By: Phil Wilson and Miles King
312 pages, 88 col photos, illus
Concentrates on plants which grow among crops, which have showed the steepest decline of the British flora over the past 25 years. Covers history and includes practical recommendations for managing the places where these plants still occur. 100 plant profiles include information on key features to aid identification, their flowering and germination times and indicates differences with similar species. Colour distribution maps show where they have been seen in the last 25 years while the accompanying text makes clear the current position.
Published in association with English Nature.
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