By: Elizabeth L Horn (Author)
179 pages, 200+ colour photos
In nature, harsh environments commonly yield great beauty. Such is the case along the coast of the Pacific Northwest, where flowering plants lend brilliant color to expanses of shifting sand, windswept bluffs, and fog-shrouded forests. With over 200 colour photographs covering 164 plants from British Columbia to Mendocino, California, Coastal Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest introduces the most common wildflowers and shrubs of the rugged Pacific shore. Organized according to five habitats, this guide will help wildflower enthusiasts not only identify individual plants, but begin to know enire plant communities.
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