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Photographic Guide to Wildflowers of New Zealand

Field / Identification Guide
By: Geoff Brunsden and Liz Brunsden
142 pages, Col photos, map
Photographic Guide to Wildflowers of New Zealand
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Covers 125 common species most likely to be encountered growing wild in accessible parts of New Zealand. Some common native species are included alongside introduced species. Each wildflower is treated with colour photographs, descriptive information, habitat notes and distribution patterns. A comprehensive introduction gives an overview of the species and their distribution and identification.

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Geoff and Liz Brunsden are New Zealand's largest growers and cataloguers of wildflowers.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Geoff Brunsden and Liz Brunsden
142 pages, Col photos, map
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