|Statement||Donald W. Stokes and Lillian Q. Stokes ; illustrations by Deborah Prince ; flower maps by Donald W. Stokes.|
|Series||Stokes nature guides|
|Contributions||Stokes, Lillian Q.|
|LC Classifications||QK110 .S76 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 371 p. :|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||84025092|
A Guide to Enjoying Wildflowers book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. With these handy paperback reference guides, illustrated t /5(11). Guide to Enjoying Wildflowers by Stokes, Donald W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A Guide to Enjoying Wildflowers on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Guide to Enjoying WildflowersManufacturer: Little Brown and Company. Buy a cheap copy of A Guide to Enjoying Wildflowers (Stokes book by Donald Stokes. This handy paperback reference guide, illustrated throughout, nature watchers know what to look for and how to interpret what they see. Whether carried into the Free shipping over $
By Donald W. Stokes, , Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Stokes, Donald W., , "A Guide To Enjoying Wildflowers" (). This fully revised edition brings a new level of beauty, accuracy, and usefulness to the field guide that wildflower enthusiasts have relied upon for more than 20 years. More than all-new, full-color images show the wildflowers of eastern North America close-up and in their natural s: Choose a wildflower field guide that contains clear color photographs of all the species it covers, so you can easily identify any bloom you find. Some field guides contain both a photo of the wildflower in its natural habitat and a detailed illustration of the bloom to help you pick up smaller identifying features. Positives: This book works by comparing two similar wildflowers that you may confuse on a field trip. The plants are compared over a double page for ease and the similarities/ differences outlined. As an example Rosa arvensis (field rose) and Rosa canina (dog rose) are compared. With the field rose the flowers are always white.
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