Wildflowers of Texas
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Wildflowers of Texas

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Ex-Library with usual marks, stickers and stamps. In reinforced protective cover - shows ordinary signs of shelf wear and use, but all pages are clean and bright in tight binding. SHIPS NEXT BUSINESS
Paperback, 544 pages
Published March 1st 2003 by Shearer Publishing (first published February 1st 1988)
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Dorothy
On Earth Day, it seems appropriate to consider some of the gifts that Earth gives us. One of the loveliest and at the same time most useful of these is wildflowers.

If you are an admirer of wildflowers, you know very well that you need a field guide to help you identify what you see. If you live in Texas and/or want to know about the wildflowers of this state, one of the very best guides you can pick up is Wildflowers of Texas by Geyata Ajilvsgi.

I got my copy of this book several years ago on a...more
Tamara
Thoughtfully and simply organized according to flower color, as well as alphabetically by common name followed by the scientific name. This sounds like a small thing, but makes a big difference when you're not super sharp on latin and identifying by genus or species. The organization according to color is especially helpful and easy to use, and one of the reasons that I rate this field guide so highly.
Krissy
I had to find and photograph 50 (!) unique wildflowers for a class. Flowers are surprisingly copious and diverse. This book did not list many of them; however, it's accurate and has an easy to understand organization.

Also: sage and salvia common and scientific (latin) names, respectively, for the same plant family.
Chewtastic
first edition, shearer publishing, bryan, texas, 1984
Michaela Dubec
how do i read it?? i need it for school!!!
Alan Culler
This is the best field guide to Texas flowers.
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