Wildflowers of the Smokies

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400282
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$12.95
This durable, pocket-sized field guide is packed with color photographsof the Smokies' most beautiful wildflowers. Its highlyreadable text is by Dr. Peter White, a premier botanist and oneof the leading authorities on the flowering plants of the GreatSmoky Mountains. Includes sections on suggested walks, hikesand drives in the park, wildflower conservation issues, rare parkplants, wildflower value and diversity, how to identify wildflowersand more. 240 pages.
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Short Description This durable, pocket-sized field guide is packed with color photographs of the Smokies' most beautiful wildflowers.
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