Wondering about Wildflowers? enables amateurs to identify plants in the Northern Rocky Mountains especially those in Idaho and Montana, including the Lolo Trail, and four parks: Craters of the Moon National Monument and Glacier, Grand Teton, and Yellowstone National Parks. Over 1,000 color photographs of over 490 different plants arranged by colour. Plant characteristics in ordinary language, not technical jargon. Descriptive text includes blooming period and other important details.
Sharon Huff earned her master's degree from Arizona State University and taught English to high school students. She and her husband live in Phoenix but spend summers in Mackay, Idaho, her old hometown. As a hobby, she photographs wildflowers in Montana and Idaho, especially those in Blaine, Butte and Custer County.
Sharron Akers earned her Master's in World Missions, a Doctorate in Ministry and is an author. Her love of wildflowers was influenced by her father, who every spring as a child, would take her up on their cattle range under Mt. Borah and show her the breathtakingly beautiful purple, yellow, red or white flower-blooming foothills as one will see illustrated in this book.
Dr. Stephen L. Love is an amateur botanist and extension horticulturist for the University of Idaho. He earned his bachelor's degree at Brigham Young University and Ph.D. at Clemson University. Dr. Love develops native plant products for use in water-conserving landscapes and has collected over 1,200 species of Intermountain native wildflowers and shrubs.