Titel: Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest
Autor/en: Phyllis Gustafson, Mark Turner
TIMBER PR INC
März 2006 - kartoniert - 511 Seiten
Featuring more than 1,200 stunning color photographs, this comprehensive field guide describes and illustrates 1,220 species commonly encountered in the Pacific Northwest, both native and nonnative, including perennials, annuals, and shrubs.
Mark Turner is a freelance editorial photographer specializing in botanical subjects, especially Northwest wildflowers and gardens. He photographs extensively for books and magazines both in gardens and in a wide range of native plant environments. He is an avid member of the native plant societies of Washington and Oregon and has more than 25 years of experience exploring for native plants. He lives in Bellingham, Washington. Phyllis Gustafson ran a small seed-collection business specializing in Northwest natives and is well acquainted with the wide flora of the region. She also worked with native plants in the nursery trade for more than 20 years. She is an officer of the North American Rock Garden Society and writes frequently for their bulletin. She is often asked by plant societies around the country to lecture about the plants found on her quests. She lives in Central Point, Oregon.
The guide is so well organized, even beginning wildflower enthusiasts will be able to use it. The picture of the cover ... is a good sample of the spectacular color photos filling the pages of the field guide. -- Bill Andrus East Oregonian 20060324 The beauty of this book ... comes from the clever way it is organized. Specimens are arranged by flower color and shape and a range map for each flower is included. -- Marianne Binetti Seattle Post-Intelligencer 20060327 Just in time for spring blooming ... an outstanding new guide to wildflowers of the Northwest from southern British Columbia to Northern California. ... An up-to-date reference to the entire region both east and west of the Cascades. -- Kym Pokorny Oregonian 20060413 The book was designed for amateur wildflower enthusiasts and people who want to learn more about colorful native plants. -- Bill Kettler Medford Mail Tribune 20060421 Designed to be used in the field, with a durable, flexible binding and sturdy paper. There is a thorough bibliography, an extensive glossary and an index. Part of Timber Press' Field Guide series, this book is the most thorough on its subject. -- Dan Hays Salem Statesman Journal 20060423 Packing this softcover book up the trail will help you get to know the names and traits of the thousands of native plants that bloom in the Pacific Northwest, which the authors have divided into 20 specific ecoregions. Field Notes 20060401 Through their long hours, diligence, and dedication, Mark Turner and Phyllis Gustafson have given us a well-written and beautifully illustrated guide to the common wildflowers that hikers and travelers are likely to encounter while out and about in the Pacific Northwest. -- David Giblin Douglasia 20060301 The book differs from previously published guides in several critical ways. Its scale alone sets it apart: there are descriptions for more than 1,200 flowering plants. -- Bill Kettler Medford Mail Tribune 20060421 This handy book is perfect for hikers, naturalists, native plant enthusiasts, and anyone wishing to learn about the amazingly diverse wildflowers of the region. Rainy Side Gardeners 20060508 With a clear and easy format, the authors promote the flora of this region with a particular emphasis on ... areas that are often glossed over by other guides. ... This indispensable, captivating guide will be a welcome companion. -- Monica Cipnic American Society of Media Photographers Bulletin 20060401 The Northwest's most complete field guide ever, this lovely volume pictures 1,220 wildflowers that grow from the Siskiyous to southwestern British Columbia. -- Jim McCausland Sunset 20060601 Must-have. Quality. User-friendly. Colourful. -- Daniel Mosquin Menziesia 20060701 A sturdy, handsome reference work that displays three flowers per page for more than 400 pages. ... The book gives even amateur nature gawkers the chance to quickly separate the daisies from the asters. Fine range maps. -- Terry Wood Seattle Times 20060720 A 'third-generation' field guide, about as good as they get, useful to everyone interested in the flora of this region. -- Guy Nesom Sida, Contributions to Botany 20060701 Phyllis Gustafson and photographer Mark Turner make identifying wildflowers easy by breaking the book into sections by flower color. The book is durable and small enough to fit easily into a day pack or your car. -- Pat Munts Spokesman Review 20061212 Striking photography sets this book head and shoulders above others in the genre. ... This is a 'must have' book if you are traveling in the Northwest. I have several wildflower books from this area and this is simply the best I've seen. -- Lara Hartley Victorville Daily Press 20070909