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Appalachian Wildflowers An Ecological Guide to Flowering Plants from Quebec to Georgia

Field / Identification Guide
By: Thomas E Hemmerly
327 pages, 378 col photos
Appalachian Wildflowers
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  • Appalachian Wildflowers ISBN: 9780820321813 Paperback Apr 2000 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Field guide covering the wildflowers of the Appalachian region, encompassing the Catskills of New York, the Berkshires of Massachusetts, the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, and many mountain ranges in between.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Thomas E Hemmerly
327 pages, 378 col photos
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