From seashore to mountain peak, the wild, untended blossoms of Washington flourish throughout the growing season. This easy-to-use guide by the late Chess Lyons is loaded with brilliant color photographs and complete descriptions of nearly 500 species. Features historical notes from the writings of Lewis and Clark, David Douglas, and others as well as notes on Native American uses of certain plants.
Features: Paperback. 1999. 192 pp. Hundreds of color photos. 5.5 x 8.5 in.