By: Deirdre A Shirreffs (Author)
100 pages, 120+ colour photos
Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands. Although only 45 square miles in area, it has a wealth of natural habitats and many wild flower species. The Wild Flowers of Jersey is an introduction to these plants, covering over 120 of the most interesting of them, including many Jersey specialities. The author, a professional botanist, illustrates each species by at least one colour photograph; her descriptions include details of the history, uses and folklore of the plants with special reference to Jersey where appropriate. The book's small size makes it perfect to carry in a pocket or rucksack whilst exploring this beautiful and varied island.
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