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Green Guide to Wild Flowers of Britain & Europe

by David Sutton

illustrations by Colin Emberson

Green Guide to Wild Flowers of Britain & Europe
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Aimed at both the general reader and the amateur naturalist, this guide presents 150 of the best known species of wild flowers common to Britain and Europe. Each species is described in detail and is illustrated with a colour painting. The introduction contains advice on identifying wild flowers, the different families and a detailed key to flower species.

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