Best Wildflower Field Guides

Best Wildflower Field Guide

The Best Wildflower Field Guide is one of the most popular field guides available today. These books are produced by professional botanists and other experts from around the world. They have been carefully selected based on their quality, content, and popularity among hobbyist gardeners. Some of these books include:

A Field Guide To North American Trees And Shrubs (by William L. Smith)

(by William L. Smith) A Field Guide To North American Fungi (by John M. DeFrancis & David W. Kirtley)

(by John M. DeFrancis & David W. Kirtley) An Illustrated Atlas Of Native Flora And Fauna Of The Pacific Northwest (edited by Robert Cushing, Jr.)

Edited by Robert Cushing, Jr. A Field Guide To Native Plants Of South America (edited by James E. Peckham)

Edited by James E. Peckham) A Field Guide To Native Plants Of Australia (edited by Richard T. McKeown)

Edited by Richard T. McKeown) A Field Guide To North American Mushrooms (edited by John G. Ammirati & Everet M. Coan)

These books are written for anyone who wants to learn more about plants and other aspects of the natural world. They can be used in any setting, whether you’re a school child, a dedicated hobbyist or a professional botanist. The content includes detailed line-art drawings of various plant species along with descriptions and useful information about each one. These books are very easy to use and make a useful addition to any library.

Sources & references used in this article:

The Wildflower Gardener’s Guide by HW Art – 1987 –

Electronic field guides and user communities in the eco-informatics revolution by RD Stevenson, WA Haber, RA Morris – Conservation Ecology, 2003 – JSTOR

Best Wildflower Hikes: Washington by AR Kruckeberg, K Sykes, C Romano – 2004 –