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NATIVE PLANT BIBLIOGRAPHY

The National Native Plant Bibliography was compiled to make it easier to find floras, field guides, and other native plant publications appropriate for your area. Use the search bar below to locate a specific reference.

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Wildflowers of the Berkshires: Where and When They Bloom, Vol. 1
by: Pryzby, P.
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Plants of the Tahoe Basin: Flowering Plants, Trees, & Ferns
by: Graf, M.
Notes: Amazon.com This is the first comprehensive illustrated guide to the trees, ferns, and flowering plants of the Tahoe Basin. Covering more than 600 species, many of them rare, and with over 300 color p...
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Vascular Flora of the Southeastern United States: Vol. 1: Asteraceae
by: Cronquist, A.
Notes: From Amazon.com This study of the vascular plant taxa in this region includes keys, descriptions, habitats, distributional data, and pertinent synonymy to every vascular species without cultivation i...
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Roadside Plants of Southern California
by: Belzer, T.J.
Notes: Field guide contains 242 color plates of natives, book adaptable for classroom or field use. 144 pages. Paperback. "This is a good introductory book for the casual hiker or Southern Californian who h...
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Atlantic Coastal Plain Wildflowers : A Guide to Common Wildflowers of the Coastal Regions of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Northeastern Florida
by: Nelson, G.
Notes: From Amazon.com: The savannas, pinelands, and hardwood forests of the Atlantic Coastal Plain constitute one of the eastern United States' richest wildflower destinations. Botanists, naturalists, and ...
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Cacti of Texas: a field guide
by: Powell, A. M.; J. F. Weedin and S. A. Powell
Notes: From Amazon: One hundred thirty-two species, subspecies, and varieties of cacti may be found in Texas. About one hundred of them occur in the state s Trans-Pecos region, one of the most cactus-rich a...
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