Kate Carter is the author of Wildflowers of Cape Cod and Shrubs & Vines of Vermont. She is also the editor of Vermont Sports and a frequent contributor to Vermont Magazine and Vermont Life. She lives in Waterbury Center, VT.
Wildflowers of Vermont: 255 Wildflowers From Vermont's Trailsides, Roadsides, Alpine Summits, Woodlands & Bogsby Kate Carter
Written for novice naturalists and everyday plant admirers alike, this pocked-sized guidebook contains beautiful color photographs throughout and written descriptions of more than 200 wildflowers growing in
A full-color, pocket-sized field guide to 255 color photos of wildflowers that grow on Vermont's trailsides, roadsides, alpine summits, woodlands and bogs.
Written for novice naturalists and everyday plant admirers alike, this pocked-sized guidebook contains beautiful color photographs throughout and written descriptions of more than 200 wildflowers growing in Vermont. The book is protected by a clear vinyl cover, and the size makes in practical for carrying along on any outdoors excursion. The photos are clear and crisp, so there will be no mistaking the identity of any of the species included in the book. A must-have for hobby botanist or nature lover.
Key features include:
� Flowers organized by color
� Common names, scientific names, family names
� Basic descriptions of each flower
� At-a-glance flower size and plant height
� Bloom time and habitat
� Look-alike flowers
� Date and location of each flower photographed
- Cotton Brook Publications
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- Product dimensions:
- 3.60(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.70(d)
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