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Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest

ISBN-10: 0881927457
ISBN-13: 9780881927450
Edition: 2006
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Description: This photographic guide provides an up-to-date listing of the native wild flowers in the Pacific Northwest and can be used in the field or as a reference.

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Book details

List price: $27.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Timber Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/20/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 512
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.2
Language: English

This photographic guide provides an up-to-date listing of the native wild flowers in the Pacific Northwest and can be used in the field or as a reference.

Phyllis Gustafson ran a small seed-collection business specializing in Northwest natives and is well acquainted with the wide flora of the region. She also worked with native plants in the nursery trade for more than 20 years. She is an officer of the North American Rock Garden Society (NARGS) and writes frequently for their bulletin. She is often asked by plant societies around the country to lecture about the plants found on her quests. She lives in Central Point, Oregon.

Preface
Acknowledgments
How to Use This Book
Climate, Geography, and Plant Habitats
Exploring for Wildflowers
Plant Families
White or Whitish Flowers
3 or 6 petals
4 petals
5 irregular petals
5 symmetrical petals (ovary superior)
5 symmetrical petals (ovary inferior)
5 irregular petals forming a tube
5 symmetrical petals forming a tube
5 petals joined into a bell
Composite flowers
Many petals
No obvious petals
Yellow Flowers
3 or 6 petals
4 petals
5 irregular petals
5 symmetrical petals (ovary superior)
5 symmetrical petals (ovary inferior)
5 irregular petals forming a tube
5 symmetrical petals forming a tube
5 petals joined into a bell
Composite flowers
Many petals
No obvious petals
Orange Flowers
3 or 6 petals
5 symmetrical petals (ovary superior)
5 irregular petals forming a tube
5 symmetrical petals forming a tube
5 petals joined into a bell
Composite flowers
No obvious petals
Pink to Red or Red-Purple Flowers
3 or 6 petals
4 petals
5 irregular petals
5 symmetrical petals (ovary superior)
5 symmetrical petals (ovary inferior)
5 irregular petals forming a tube
5 symmetrical petals forming a tube
5 petals joined into a bell
Composite flowers
Many petals
No obvious petals
Violet to Blue or Blue-Purple Flowers
3 or 6 petals
4 petals
5 irregular petals
5 symmetrical petals (ovary superior)
5 irregular petals forming a tube
5 symmetrical petals forming a tube
5 petals joined into a bell
Composite flowers
Brown and Green Flowers
3 or 6 petals
4 petals
5 irregular petals
5 symmetrical petals (ovary superior)
5 symmetrical petals (ovary inferior)
5 irregular petals forming a tube
Composite flowers
No obvious petals
About the Photographs
Additional Photography
Bibliography
Glossary
Index

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