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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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Grasses of the Texas Gulf prairies and Marshes
by: Hatch, S.L., J.L. Schuster & D. L. Drawe
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Wild Flowers of the Yukon, Alaska & Northwestern Canada
by: Trelawny, J.G.S.
Notes: From Amazon.com In recent years, more and more nature lovers have been flocking to discover the untouched serenity of the North. Those who make the journey are rewarded with views of a remarkable lan...
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How to Grow Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest: Revised and Updated Edition
by: Nokes, J.
Notes: Since its first publication in 1986, How to Grow Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest has set the standard for both home and professional gardeners. Written when the native plant movement was just...
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Wildflowers across Texas
by: Parent, L.; P. C. Parent
Notes: Photography by Laurence Parent, with an introductory essay by Patricia Caperton Parent and a forward by First Lady Laura Bush. The simple, stunning beauty of Texas wildflowers has never been more evid...
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From Art to Landscape: Unleashing Creativity in Garden Design
by: W. Gary Smith
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Wicked Plants : The Weed That Killed Lincoln's Mother and Other Botanical Atrocities
by: Stewart, Amy
Notes: Sometimes fact is stranger than fiction. Wicked Plants describes over 200 truly wicked plants - poisonous, invasive, deadly, etc. From Amazon: "Menacing botanical illustrations and splendidly ghas...
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