Wildflowers of the Mountain Southwest (Natural History Series)
Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2003
Every summer in the American Southwest and northern Mexico the region's mountain grasslands and mountain ranges are carpeted by an astounding variety of colorful wildflowers. Indeed, the blooming of upland wildflowers constitutes a "second season" for Southwest residents and visitors, alike.
In Wildflowers of the Southwest Mountains, botanist and educator Meg Quinn identifies and describes the most common and showy wildflowers native to the region's grassland and woodland habitats. Depicts more than eighty species in 86 detailed color photographs organized by color for ease of identification.
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