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A Hiker's Guide to Trailside Plants in Hawaii

Field / Identification Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: John B Hall(Author)
237 pages, colour photos
A Hiker's Guide to Trailside Plants in Hawaii
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  • A Hiker's Guide to Trailside Plants in Hawaii ISBN: 9781566478724 Paperback Jan 2008 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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From arid coastal plains to chilly cloud forests, Hawaii is home to an astonishing range of flora. Many of our plant species, like the regal koa and hardy silversword, can be found nowhere else in the world. Knowing how to identify these plants, and learning about their historical uses and associated legends will greatly enrich your hiking experience. In A Hiker's Guide to Trailside Plants in Hawaii, John B. Hall introduces you to many of the plants both native and non-native that you are likely to encounter on Hawaii's trails. For easy reference, plants in this handy book have been divided into the following climatic zones: Coastal, Dry Forest, Mesic Forest, Wet Forest, and Alpine. Each colour-coded zone is further subdivided into Herbs, Shrubs, Trees, Vines, Ferns, and Miscellaneous. Along the way, author John B. Hall points out notable features of leaf shape, flower colour, and even taste that will help you to identify each plant.

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Field / Identification Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: John B Hall(Author)
237 pages, colour photos
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