Wildflowers of the Eastern United States is richly illustrated with over six hundred color photographs, this useful guide describes more than 1,100 eastern species from Maine to northern Florida, including forbs, grasses, rushes, and sedges. More than 700 of these species are also found west of the Mississippi. Wildflowers of the Eastern United States describes range, blooming season, and typical habitat for each species and includes a list of plants with unusual traits as a further aid to identification. The succinct text is arranged by family with the corresponding photographs in a separate section at the back of the book. A glossary and line drawings define and illustrate botanical terminology, and the authors provide a brief guide to plant structure.
380 pages, softcover, 6¼ x 8¼, black & white line drawings, full-color photographs.