By Roger Tory Peterson; Margaret McKenny
This e-book is a advisor to the wildflowers within the Northcentral and japanese areas of the U.S.. Map of sector coated via this booklet -- advent -- thesaurus -- The households of flora -- White or whitish flora -- Yellow plants -- Orange flora -- purple to crimson plant life -- Violet to blue plants -- eco-friendly and brown vegetation -- eco-friendly plant life -- Brown flora -- Index
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A field guide to wildflowers : Northeastern and North-central North America by Roger Tory Peterson; Margaret McKenny