Reviewer: A reader from Bristol, FL United States
"I like to take this book in the field. The organization allows me to quickly scan what flowering plants I can expect to see in the habitat I'm in. This is especially useful for a lay person who doesn't yet know how to identify family or genus by sight."
"A must have guide for anyone interested in wildflowers of Fl, June 25, 2000
Reviewer: GC from Brevard County, FL
This is an easy to use guide that provides quick identification of Florida wildflowers. The organization is intuitive. Each species treatment is thorough and the photography is top notch. This user highly recomends this book."
Reviewer: A reader from Florida "This reference guide is nicely divided into 8 terrestrial communities: Pine Flatwoods, Sandhills and Clayhills, Scrubs, Temperate Hardwood Forests, Coastal Uplands, Rockland Pinelands, Rockland Hardwood Hammocks, and Ruderal Sites. Each community is described and further subdivided. The descriptions and pictures of the typical plants in each community are are good and nicely organized."
Paperback: 400 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.94 x 9.19 x 6.29
Publisher: University Press of Florida (T); (January 1999)