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scenic photos, Plants, meadowfoam, If you ever wondered about that woman on the Table Rocks — the one nearly standing on her head, camera in hand in all kinds of weather and snapping photos of those pretty little flowers — the mystery is solved
Flowers of the Table Rocks by Susan K. MacKinnon is a flower guide for the amateur wildflower enthusiast.
The guide has multiple color photographs of each species, including close-up photos of microscopic flower parts, features not seen in any flower guide to date. It is organized by plant family rather than flower color, a more logical method of plant identification which will be helpful when looking at flowers beyond the Table Rocks. The book also makes sense of unusual flowers like orchids and sunflowers in the context of basic floral anatomy.
The 2014 revision incorporates family and name changes that have occurred since 2008. Three species have also been added.
* Available now.
* Sturdy paperback, 7x10. 478 pages, $38.95.
* 380+ color pages; coil binding allows book to lie flat.
* Color photos of all the flowering plant species on the Table Rocks excluding grasses, rushes, and sedges.
* Close-ups of minute floral parts.
* Geared to the amateur, yet of value to the experienced botanist.
munchkin chickweed (Moenchia erecta)
mission bells, checker lily (Fritillaria affinis)
showy tarweed (Madia elegans ssp. vernalis)
fiddleneck (Amsinckia menziesii)
Indian paintbrush (Castilleja pruinosa)
FLOWERS OF THE TABLE ROCKS Second edition
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