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Coastal Beauty Wildflowers and Flowering Shrubs of Coastal British Columbia and Vancouver Island

Field / Identification Guide
By: Neil L Jennings
290 pages, colour photos
Coastal Beauty
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This book explores the wildflowers and flowering shrubs commonly found in the coastal regions of British Columbia, including Vancouver Island, and throughout the coastal areas of the Pacific Northwest. The book will inform and intrigue all who are interested in wildflowers, while also assisting with plant identification and recognition. Exceptional photographs and interesting information about each plant make this book ideal for hikers and amblers of all skill levels. For ease of reference, the book is arranged by flower color and by plant family. A complete index is included, using common and scientific names for all plants. One final cautionary note - the pursuit of wildflowers can be addictive, though not hazardous to your health.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Neil L Jennings
290 pages, colour photos
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