Richard Anderson

Wildflowers of the Mountain West

This illustrated guide makes flower identification easy for outdoor enthusiasts across New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, and Oregon.
This book is perfect for anyone who has little botanical knowledge but would like to know more about the wildflowers they encounter in nature. Organized by flower color for easy reference, plant records include the common and scientific names, a description of typical characteristics, habitat information and distribution maps, look-alike species, color photographs, and informative commentary.
Stunning full color photographs make visual confirmation of flower type simple and straightforward. In addition, the book provides a useful introduction to the Mountain West region, along with line drawings to illustrate basic flower parts, shapes, and arrangements. It also features a glossary of common botanical terms, a quick search key, and a handy index.
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