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100 Roadside Wildflowers

By Western National Parks Association 911408738

In the Southwest, a parade of flowers can surprise you with their astonishing color and quantity. Blooms of red, yellow, pink, purple, and orange populate the woodlands. This book focuses on species you're most likely to see and helps you quickly identify them.

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All About Saguaros

By Carle Hodge 0916179605

Find out all you ever need to know about these majestic giants of the Sonoran Desert. 1991, 64 pp.

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Cactus of Arizona Field Guide

By Nora Bowers, Rick Bowers, Stan Tekiela 9781591930686

Learn about and identify cactus in Arizona! Full-page photos and descriptions make this the best guide to Arizona's cacti. 236pp, 2008

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Candy: Prickly Pear Box 8.5 oz

By Cheris Desert Harvest PPB8502

15 pieces of Prickly Pear candy packaged in a colorful box suitable for gift giving. No refrigeration is needed. (8.5-ounces, 15 pieces of candy).

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Edible and Useful Plants of the Southwest

By Delena Tull 292748279

All around us there are wild plants useful for food, medicine, and clothing, but most of us don't know how to identify or use them. This book includes recipes for foods, wild teas and spices, wild plant dyes and many more uses.

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Edible Wild Plants of the Prairie

By Kelly Kindscher 700603255

The book is organized into fifty-one chapters arranged alphabetically by scientific name. For those who are interested in finding and identifying the plants, the book provides line drawings, distribution maps, and botanical and habitat descriptions. The ethnobotanical accounts of food use form the major portion of the text, but the reader will also find information on the parts of the plants used, harvesting, propagation (for home gardeners), and the preparation and taste of wild food plants.

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Falcon Field Guide: Edible Wild Plants

By Todd Telander 762774210

Edible Wild Plants is a field guide to the 90 most common and sought-after species in North America. Conveniently sized to fit in your pocket and featuring full-color, detailed illustrations, this informative guide makes it easy to identify plants in your backyard, favorite parks, and wildlife areas.

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Field Guide to Oklahoma Plants

FGTOK

Commonly encountered prairie, shrubland, and forest species

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Flowers Of The Southwest Deserts

By Natt N. Dodge 0911408657

Detailed drawings and thoroughly presented information combine to make this guide to common floral species an invaluable trailside companion. Flowers are color-coded for easy identification. 1988.

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Forest Trees of Oklahoma

By Elbert Little, Jr. FRST TREE OK

How to recognize and know the forest trees of Oklahoma

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Frequently Asked Questions About the Saguaro

By Janice Emily Bowers 9781583690390

How tall is a saguaro? How old are they? How do you pronounce SAGUARO? The answers to these and dozens of other questions about this iconic Sonoran Desert giant can be found in this lavishly illustrated full-color book. Noted botanist and author Janice Emily Bowers explains the importance of the saguaro, its place in the desert ecosystem and significance to native culture. 20pp

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Guide to Oklahoma Wildflowers

By Patricia Folley 1609380460

With its Rocky Mountain foothills, hardwood forests, many rivers and streams, low mountains, sand dunes, cypress swamps, and wide swaths of rangeland and pastureland, the Great Plains state of Oklahoma is one of only four with more than ten ecoregions. Tallgrass, mixed-grass, and shortgrass prairies are native to large areas; rainfall and temperature are quite variable; and elevations drop from 5,000 to 300 feet. This diversity ensures that Oklahoma is host to hundreds of species of wildflowers, yet no guidebook to these botanical riches has been available in recent years. Patricia Folley’s beautifully photographed and carefully compiled Guide to Oklahoma Wildflowers fills this gap. Folley has photographed and described the two hundred wildflower species that are most commonly seen along roadsides and in parks throughout the state. She provides at least two photos for each plant, showing the entire plant as it occurs in the wild, outside of cultivation, along with a close-up of its flower. Each plant is keyed to a particular geographical location and a particular family, and an index to colors is a further aid to identification. If a species is native—such as big bluestem, the defining grass of Oklahoma’s tallgrass prairies—Folley presents this information in the text along with time of blooming, size and color of blooms, preferred habitat, and common and scientific names for all species.

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Guide to Plants of the Northern Chihuahuan Desert

By Carolyn Dodson 9780826350213

Each illustrated profile in this guide includes the plant's common and Latin name and a brief description, as well as its role in human history, its relationship to the surrounding flora and fauna, medicinal uses, nutritional value, habitat, toxicity, and other interesting facts. 208pp, 2012

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Illustrated Flora of North Central Texas

By Diggs, O'Kennon, Lipscomb, Heagy 1889878014

The first fully illustrated flora for any region of Texas or adjacent states. It is the most comprehensive guide to a large portion of the diverse plant life of Texas, and covers all the native and naturalized vascular plants known to occur in North Central Texas, an area about the size of Kentucky. The book presents information on the plant life of the region to meet the needs of students, teachers, wildflower enthusiasts, gardeners, ranchers, farmers, naturalists, conservationists, environmental consultants, researchers, and the general public. Of particular importance for non-botanists are the line drawing illustrations, which are provided for all species. In addition, there are 174 color photographs. The flora includes 2,223 species, or nearly half-known for the entire state of Texas. The inviting layout, vegetation maps, and extensive introductory materials on the vegetation, geology, soils, climate, and presettlement and early settlement conditions make the book useful to a wide audience. Also of general interest are a number of appendices on topics such as botanically related internet addresses, conservation organizations, native plants to use as ornamentals, phylogeny, and endemic species. The taxonomic treatments include family and generic synopsis keys and descriptions, derivations of scientific names, characters helpful for the field recognition of plant families, notes on toxic/poisonous and useful plants, and references to supporting literature. There is a literature cited section with nearly 3,000 references.

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Land of Enchantment Wildflowers: A Guide to the Plants of New Mexico

By Willa F. Finley, LaShara J. Nieland 896728226

Willa Finley and LaShara Nieland, authors of a previous field guide of Texas plants, Lone Star Wildflowers, traveled throughout New Mexico and photographed approximately 200 commonly encountered plants in all stages of growth from spring through fall. They also visited with Native Americans to learn the extensive practical ways in which they and their ancestors have used the flora. The research is presented in a colorful, well-organized format, using easily understood language appealing to wildflower enthusiasts of all levels of experience. 2013

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Manual of the Grasses of the United States Volume 1

By A. S. Hitchcock 0486227170

Volume 1 of the basic study of American grasses, both indigenous and escapes, cultivated and wild. Over 1400 species. Full descriptions, information. Total in set: over 1100 maps, illustrations. "A definitive work."

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Manual of the Grasses of the United States Volume 2

By A. S. Hitchcock 0486227189

Volume 2 of the basic study of American grasses, both indigenous and escapes, cultivated and wild. Over 1400 species. Full descriptions, information. Total in set: over 1100 maps, illustrations. "A definitive work."

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Medicinal Plants of the American Southwest

By Charles W. Kane 977133376

Inside this essential resource you will find medicinal uses for over 160 southwestern plants. Also historical, traditional and modern applications along with english, spanish and scientific names of plants.

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Medicinal Plants Of The Desert & Canyon West

By Michael Moore 0890131821

Find out which plants that grow in the canyons and desert country of the west have medicinal uses and which ones will kill you dead. 1989, 184 pp.

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Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West - Revised

By Michael Moore 0890134545

Boy, how Topsy grew! From his orginal chapbook to this massive tome, Michael Moore (no, not <i> that</i> Michael Moore) has been THE expert on all the healthy uses of whatever grows in them thar hills. He`s up to 350 pages PLUS some color plates as of this 2003 expansion.

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