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Wildflowers of the BWCA and the North Shore

Field / Identification Guide
Mark Sparky Stensaas (Author), Rick Kollath (Illustrator)
105 pages, 200+ colour illustrations
Paperback | Oct 2003 | #196018 | ISBN: 0967379334
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This info-packed guide will be very useful over most of the wooded portions of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. Organized by habitat such as northern bogs and northern hardwood forests, Wildflowers of the BWCA and the North Shore will help you identify the wildflowers of the North. The 108 species in Wildflowers of the BWCA and the North Shore are represented in beautiful, detailed, full-color illustrations. Next to each species is a height icon to aid in identification and phenograms showing the season you can expect to see them. Loaded with natural history information, you'll learn common names and such things as Native American uses, folk remedies, relations to bees and other insects, and more.

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