By: Tony Russell (Author), Catherine Cutler (Author), Martin Walters (Author), Michael Lavelle (Author)
256 pages, 1750 colour photographs and illustrations
This comprehensive encyclopedia of North American trees and wild flowers provides an identification guide to some of the most important and best-known plants of the USA and Canada. It is a collection of indigenous and introduced species, and includes those that have been collected, imported and established.
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Tony Russell worked in forestry for over 20 years before pursuing a career in writing. Catherine Cutler is the supervisor of the humid tropics biome at the Eden Project, England. Martin Walters worked as Biological Sciences Editor before becoming a freelance writer. Mick Lavelle is a senior lecturer in landscape management at Writtle College, Chelmsford.
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