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Wild Flowers and Where to Find Them in Northern England: Northern Limestone

Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Laurie Fellows
144 pages, 150 col photos, illus, maps
Wild Flowers and Where to Find Them in Northern England: Northern Limestone
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  • Wild Flowers and Where to Find Them in Northern England: Northern Limestone ISBN: 9780711220300 Paperback Feb 2004 Out of Print #137812
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This is the first part of an illustrated three-volume guide to the wild flowers of northern England, with non-technical descriptions of their features and attributes, when and where to find them, and details of about 60 spectacular walks. It provides details of the identification, the habitat, the folklore and the culinary and medicinal use of all the common wild flowers of northern England, and the recommended walks (with maps) should provide an easy way to find them.

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Laurie Fallows has been a teacher and school inspector all his life. For fifty years he has conducted guided walks for the National Parks, and for educational and recreational organisations in Northern Britain. He lives in Windermere.
Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Laurie Fellows
144 pages, 150 col photos, illus, maps
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