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Flowers in the Field How to Find, Identify and Enjoy Wild Flowers

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Faith Anstey
172 pages, Col photos, b/w line drawings, dist maps
Publisher: Whittet Books
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This book explains what wild flowers are, how to go about identifying specimens, where to find them and how to enjoy them to the full.

It takes the general reader at an easy pace from the basic characteristics of flowers through various techniques for identifying them. It explains why plants have different habits and grow in different places and examines how the plant kingdom is organised with the use of botanical keys.

This is an essential companion to any of the many field guides currently available.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Faith Anstey
172 pages, Col photos, b/w line drawings, dist maps
Publisher: Whittet Books
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