Wildflowers of Alabama and Adjoining States by Laura F. Dean

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Published by University Alabama Press .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Botany & plant sciences,
  • Trees & wildflowers,
  • Nature,
  • Flowering Plants (Angiospermae),
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Flowers,
  • Nature / Flowers

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8073097M
ISBN 10081730147X
ISBN 109780817301477

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University of Alabama Press, Seller Rating: % positive. Alabama, with nearly 4, species of native or naturalized pteridophytes and seed plants, is the fifth most floristically diverse state in the United States. The Alabama Plant Atlas provides a source of information for each species including the distribution within the state using historical and recent data.".

My favorite wildflower ID book, at Amazon: Wildflowers of Tennessee, the Ohio Valley and the Southern Appalachians: 2nd Edition primarily a Florida species, but also found in the adjoining Southeastern states of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.

texanus is a more western species, found TN. The USDA Plants Database doesn't list it as. Wildflowers of Alabama and adjoining States. University: University of Alabama Press.

MLA Citation. Dean, Blanche Evans. and Mason, Amy. and Thomas, Joab L. Wildflowers of Alabama and adjoining States, by Blanche E. Dean, Amy Mason [and] Joab L. Thomas University of Alabama Press University Australian/Harvard Citation.

Dean, Blanche Evans. Wildflowers Of Alabama has 6, members. This is a group of wildflower enthusiasts who share photos and other information about wildflowers found in.

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Wildflowers of Alabama and Adjoining States. U of Alabama P, Patricia Kyritsi Howell. Medicinal Plants of the Southern Appalachians. Botanologos Books, Jan Midgley. Alabama Wildflowers. Sweetwater Press, Felder Rushing. Bashful Wakerobin From the northern mountains to the southern coastal plains, Alabama's landscape is blanketed with a diverse array of wildflowers and native species found in Alabama are also common throughout the southeastern United States, including spring-blooming flowering trees and shrubs such as the southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora), flowering dogwood (Cornus florida.

The purpose of the Alabama Wildflower Society is to enjoy the fellowship of shared interest in native plants and to promote the knowledge, appreciation, and use of native plants. We strive to preserve areas of significant interest because of their native flora. Alabama is home to a remarkably diverse variety of habitats, from the mountainous north to the boggy and sandy habitats are host to numerous species of wildflowers that range from the showy pitcherplants of the bogs to the delicate wildflowers of the mountain spring to fall, vines, shrubs, perennials, and annuals blossom in woods, open fields, and wetlands throughout.

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An easy-to-use pocket guide for identifying regional flowers and shrubs. Each plant description is accompanied by color photos and information on habitat, bloom season, and viewing locations   “Wildflowers of Alabama and Adjoining States,” “Butterflies of Alabama” and “Mammals of Alabama” (all from the University of Alabama Press) should be in public libraries throughout the.

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The University of Alabama Press, University, AL. xxii, p. Duncan, Wilbur H. and Leonard E. Foote. Wildflowers of the Wild flowers of the United States: vol. two: the. Polygala nana, commonly known as candyroot or low bachelors' buttons, is a very small herbaceous plant which is native to the southeastern United root has a sweet liquorice flavor when it is chewed, but it is usually hidden underground until the plant flowers.

The seeds of candyroot are dispersed by : Polygalaceae. adjoining areas of Mississippi and Florida This site is intended as an aid to the identification of wildflowers which are found in the area of Mobile, Alabama.

Of course, most of these plants have a much wider distribution, throughout the Southeast and beyond in many cases. A prolific research scholar and seasoned outdoorsman, Thomas was a co-author of several books, including Wildflowers of Alabama and Adjoining States, Poisonous Plants and Venomous Animals of.

Blanche Evans Dean (J – ) was an American naturalist, conservationist and schoolteacher. Biography. Dean was born Viola Blanche Evans in to John James and Catherine Evans, the youngest of their twelve children.

She was raised on her parents' farm in Clay County, Alabama, where she first developed an interest in attended Lineville High School and. Here, we present a variety of floras and wildflower books by geographical area that our botanists and non-botanists frequently use.

Some are technical, such as the major regional or state Floras directed at the advanced or professional student; and, some are colorful picture-rich field guides aimed at the general wildflower viewer.

She earned the non-fiction award for her five books: Wildflowers of Alabama and Adjoining States (with Ann Mason and Joab L. Thomas), Ferns of Alabama, Trees and Shrubs in the Heart of Dixie, Happy Trails, and Let's Learn the Birds in Alabama (reprinted in a revised and expanded edition as Birds).

She was also honored with a special citation. Alabama Wildflowers __ Gallery of 'mostly' annotated pictures of Alabama wildflowers taken in Wildflowers of Alabama __ "Few states have the diversity and variety of wildflowers as are found in Alabama. Look for them in the woods, along roadsides, and in your own yard.

Wildflowers Native to Alabama __ This is a commercial site with an. Wildflowers of Alabama are the subject of this page. This site is dedicated to helping you find and learn about wildflowers in the United States of America.

These areas are a great place to visit with the family and provide ample opportunities for recreation and photographs. “Wildflowers of Alabama and Adjoining States,” “Butterflies of Alabama” and “Mammals of Alabama” (all from University of Alabama Press) should be in public libraries throughout the state.

Wildflowers of Alabama and Adjoining States by Blanche E. Dean: Non-Fiction [special award], Alabama: One Big Front Porch by Kathryn Tucker Windham: Non-Fiction, The gold disc of Coosa by Virginia Pounds Brown: Fiction, In the Hours of Night by William Bradford Huie: Fiction, Pacific Northwest Wildflowers contains wildflower photographs by Mark Turner, available for license as stock photography for editorial or commercial use.

The photos were created throughout the Pacific Northwest and in other parts of the United States and Canada. Most are from locations in Washington, Oregon, and northern California.

Introduced, Invasive, and Noxious Plants NRCS Invasive Species Policy Invasive Species Executive Order Alabama State-listed Noxious Weeds records returned.

Click on an accepted name below to view its PLANTS Profile with more information, and web links if available. Wildflowers of Alabama and Adjoining States, by Blanche E.

Dean, Amy Mason, Joab L. Thomas,HC. Will We Find Our Way?, by Lucile Johnston, Winds of Fury, Circles of Grace, Life After the Palm Sunday Tornadoes, by Dale Clem,soft cover. A variety of plants grow wild across the state of Alabama.

Woodland plants thrive in the northern mountains, while wetland plants grow in the swamps and coastal plains of the southern part of the state. These native plants can thrive in the home garden with little maintenance because they are adapted to the local.

The majority of the images in this collection were photographed by Caroline R. Dean in the wild lands and along roadsides throughout Alabama. This collection has been created to share the beauty and knowledge of our most colorful of all natural resources, and to promote the appreciation, use, and conservation of native plants.

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the plants of Alabama, USA. The goal of this website is to provide the user with the necessary information to identify plants found growing wild within the political boundaries of the state of Alabama, USA.

Some commonly cultivated plants are also included as they can often be. Dean, B. E., A. Mason, J. L. Thomas. Wildflowers of Alabama and adjoining states. University of Alabama Press, University, AL. pp. Dorman, C. Wild flowers of Louisiana: including most of the herbaceous wild flowers of the gulf states, with the exception of mountainous regions, and the sub-tropical portions of Florida and Texas.“Wildflowers of Alabama and Adjoining States,” “Butterflies of Alabama” and “Mammals of Alabama” (all from University of Alabama Press) should be in public libraries throughout the state.

“A Guide to the Wildflowers of South Carolina” (University of South Carolina Press) .

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