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With habitats ranging from tidal marshes to mountains, bogs, and boreal forests, the region comprises a rich variety of botanical treasures.

Kaczmarek, Frank S. Varying Form of Title: Wildflowers. White flowers Pink and red flowers Yellow and orange flowers Blue and purple flowers Green, brown, and inconspicuous flowers Grasses, sedges, and rushes. Uniform Title: Falcon guide. Varying Form of Title: Wild flowers. Publication, Distribution, et. Guilford, Conn. Falcon Guides, (c)2009. Physical Description: 278 p. : ill. (chiefly co., col. map ;, 23 cm. Series Statement: A Falcon guide. Rubrics: Wild flowers New England Handbooks, manuals, etc. Download now New England wildflowers : a guide to common plants Frank Kaczmarek. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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New Hampshire’s wildflowers will be found on its mountains, on its roadsides, and in its fields, forests and wetlands. The diversity of the flowers is remarkable, both in color and design. The flowers may appear very simple, or wonderfully and beautifully intricate. It is estimated that more than 3500 species of wildflowers grow wild in New England. This site represents a small but growing sample of those found in New Hampshire, with new examples added regularly

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New Hampshire’s wildflowers will be found on its mountains, on its roadsides, and in its fields, forests and wetlands. This site represents a small but growing sample of those found in New Hampshire, with new examples added regularly

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Wildflowers, Cultivated Flowers and Hybrids. New plants from the dead mamas, that I planted a few weeks earlier, have also come out. They thrive in the dead zones of my pots in the deepest shade. I am pleased that eventually there is a plant that I can grow in these dark places. Common names include common bird's-foot trefoil. eggs and bacon and just bird's-foot trefoil, though the common name is often also applied to other members of the genus. It is also known in cultivation in North America as bird's-foot deervetch

New England Wildflowers features more than 300 gorgeous color photographs and detailed, yet easy-to-use, descriptions of common wildflowers and flowering plants found in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Experienced biologists and novice flower enthuisasts alike will find much to enjoy and discover in this guide.

Comments: (7)

showtime
I got this for my 5-year old son as he kept asking me to name the flowers he was picking in the medow next to our house and I had no clue. The book is great. The pictures are very nice and very vivid. The descriptions are up to the point. About one to two flowers per each page. He just turned five but he is reading at a 4th grade level, so he can read it yourself (well, he only cares about the names, if it is native to North America, and if it poisoness or not), and it is his absolutely favorite book. You can take it out and find what flower you are looking at. It is organized by white flowers, yellow flowers, pink and red flowers, grasses, etc... He brings it with him to Maine or Vermont, etc. If you are looking for a book about flowers in New England, don't look any further, get it.
Kage
This guide is limited , and the photos are rather misleading. I had to use Newcomb's Guide to ID wildflowers. Then when I looked them up in this guide, the pictures didn't match what's growing in and around my yard. Example coltsfoot (winter shot), celandine, lwhorled loosestrife. Disappointing.
Anarius
This useful book has a simple but adequate key, and hundreds of excellent photos of the wild flowers of New England. See flower, note color, guess at family (gets to be easier the more you do it), skim pictures until you find a match. Then you will find a wealth of information, all on one page. Very handy!
It's very likely that you can find the plant you want, as it does cover the common wild flowers, whatever habitat you visit. Introduced flowers that have successfully "gone wild" are included, along with natives.
There is a good index, and enough technical material that you can later go on-line or to the library for "all the details".
OTOH, the book is just a bit too big for the pockets on my coat; maybe I should get a new coat.

Perhaps we could convince the author/ photographer to write another book on how to identify plants later in the season, when what we have to work on is the fruit, leaves, or bark. I'm sure he would do a better job than the elaborate guides that exist now.
BroWelm
Great photos and information. It is what it says. I keep a copy on my nightstand and sometimes take it into the field as well. A fantastic reference book for those trying to learn about common wildflowers found in New England.
Lli
I like that it only covers New England area....my home region ..I don't have to look thru all those Western/Southern flowers - to find a flower. I also like that its by flower color. I only wish it could be by monthly bloom time.....March/April.......May/June
Feri
The pictures are true to color. Just wish it covered every flower I see.
Iesha
I was really enjoying this book until I came to Lupines and saw that, according to the author, they are "scarce in Maine". Having just passed the lupine "season" this is completely erroneous! You couldn't look anywhere and not see fields upon fields of lupines. I wonder what else is in error that I may not be aware of. Otherwise, great pictures.
Great reference Book. Easy to find and identify flowers. Colors are crisp and descriptions clear.
New England Wildflowers: A Guide to Common Plants (Wildflower Series) download epub
Biological Sciences
Author: Frank S Kaczmarek
ISBN: 0762748206
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: FalconGuides; First edition (March 3, 2009)
Pages: 288 pages