Get back to nature with this easy to use guide to Britain's greenery. From the experts at Westonbirt Arboretum in the depths of the Cotswolds, with one of the most beautiful gardens in the world, comes this beautiful pocket guide covering 100 popular wild plants and flowers. Categorised by type of plant, the simple layout ensures that this text is easy to use 'on the go'. Meadow Saffron, Sweet Woodruff and Solomon's Seal are just a few examples of the vibrant entries – each accompanied by two beautiful images and a short description. Illustrated with enchanting colour artwork, depicting each plant and their individual bloom or sprig, this covetable book will educate and entertain with text by two leading experts from the Arboretum and the Forestry Commission.
Dan Crowley is a dendrologist at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, where he is part of the curatorial team managing this world renowned tree collection. He is author of Westonbirt Arboretum's Tree Spotters Guide
Matt Parratt is a research biologist working for Forest Research, and teaches plant identification specialising in trees and mountain plants. He is a qualified mountain leader and when not working he can often be found indulging his passion for wild places and the plants and animals that live there.