Name that Flower... They cover roadsides and blanket fields and pastures, but do they have a name? Knowing your beautiful wildflower neighbors has never been easier than with this new guide to the most common and most dramatic wildflowers of Central Texas. Organized by color and flower shape, flowers are sorted with record ease, then you verify your choice with 5–10 photos. Close-ups show the flower, leaves, and full frame shots illustrate the whole plant. Easy to understand descriptions describe the flower, its range, and details that distinguish it from similar-looking species.
★ About the Author ★
George Miller, a longtime botanist and nature photographer, wrote the comprehensive field guide, "Wildflowers, Trees, and Shrubs of Texas," and took all the photos. Now he combines his collection of flower photos with the power of digital sorting to make identification easy. His book "Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas" received the Texas Library Association Reference Round Table award for best reference book on Texas in 2008. He graduated with a MA in botany and zoology from Univ. of Texas, Austin. See a sample of his wildflower photography on his webmagazine, http://www.travelsdujour.com/Tavelsdujour/Texas_Galleries/Texas_Galleries.html
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