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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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Trees and Shrubs of Colorado
by: Carter, J.L.
Notes: From Amazon.com This guide is designed to assist those who want to become familiar with many of the trees, shrubs, and woody vines of the Colorado Rocky Mountains and plains.
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Rare Plants of Colorado
by: Colorado Native Plant Society
Notes: From Amazon.com The stunning color photographs, beautiful illustrations, and vivid text in this book describe nearly 150 of Colorado's rare plants. With unique expertise, insight, and an unwavering c...
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Wildflowers of Southwest Florida including Big Cypress National Preserve, Corkscrew Swamp, and Crew Marsh: A Guide to Common Native Species (Quick Reference Guides)
by: Hammer, R.L.
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Grasses of the Texas Hill Country
by: Loflin, B & Loflin, S.
Notes: "This field guide opens the door to this interesting and wonderful family of plants, making them accessible to botanists, naturalists, and gardeners of all levels of understanding and botanical expert...
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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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Wildflowers of the Western Plains
by: Kirkpatrick, Z.M.
Notes: From Amazon.com Stretching from western Texas and eastern New Mexico up through Oklahoma, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, the Dakotas, and into Canada, the vast western plains often app...
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