A Guide to Florida Grasses offers an introduction to this vital and frequently neglected plant family. This richly illustrated reference includes complete details pertaining to the identification, structure, distribution, and uses of more than 200 of the most common grasses found in Florida and nearby states. With over 500 color images--some picturing species that have never been described with a published image--correctly identifying and selecting members of this important plant family has never been easier. Environmentalists, hikers, and nature lovers can take this book into the field or enjoy it at home. A Guide to Florida Grasses will be accessible and invaluable to professional botanists, commercial landscapers, homeowners, and plant enthusiasts alike.
|Publisher:||University Press of Florida|
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|File size:||78 MB|
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About the Author
Walter Kingsley Taylor, professor emeritus of biology at the University of Central Florida, is the author of Florida Wildflowers in Their Natural Communities and André Michaux in Florida, An Eighteenth-Century Botanical Journey.