Name that Flower... They cover roadsides, blanket fields, and sprawl across beach dunes, but do they have a name? Knowing your beautiful wildflower neighbors has never been easier than with this new guide to more than 200 of the most common and most dramatic wildflowers of South Texas. Organized by color and flower shape, flowers are sorted with record ease, then you verify your choice with 5–10 photos. Illustrated with 1,200+ photos, the guide shows close-ups of each flower, leaves, and the whole plant. Easy to understand descriptions describe the flower, its range, and details that distinguish it from similar-looking species.
★ About the Author ★
Long-time botanist and nature photographer, George Miller wrote A Field Guide to Wildflowers, Trees, and Shrubs of Texas and Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas. He received a masters degree in zoology and botany from University of Texas, Austin, and has published in Texas Highways, Texas Parks and Wildlife, and Wildflowers, the magazine of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. See his photography and nature articles in his web magazine Travelsdujour.
★ About Sutro Media ★
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