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Weatherproof, spiral bound, pocket-size book – specially designed for you to take out of doors in town or countryside, to help you identify the family to which a wild flower  belongs.  It has 36 sturdy pages, including a flowchart to 50 wildflower families and descriptions of the 24 most common, with 80 colour photos and 80 line drawings. There are introductory pages with diagrams to explain the characteristics and types of plants you may see, plus a glossary for all the terms used in the book.


  • 'You want to identify wildflowers, but don't know where to start? . . . This colourful booklet will help you . . . Jargon is kept simple and explained when needed. A little gem.'  Richard Aisbitt, Chairman of Wiltshire Botanical Society and VC Recorder.


    'Attractive and useful. Multum in parvo.  Refreshingly helpful.'  Dr Goronwy Wynne, former botanical VC Recorder for Flintshire


    'These little books are an excellent resource to put in the hands of beginners and improvers.'  Michael Philip, VC Recorder for Lanarkshire


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