8 edition of Plants of the Coast Redwood Region found in the catalog.
Revised and reprinted in 2003 by the Shoreline Press, 2551 South Rodeo Gulch Road, Suite #12, Soquel, California 95073
|Other titles||Coast redwood region.|
|Statement||text by Kathleen Lyons and Mary Beth Cooney-Lazaneo ; photography by Howard King ; [pen and ink illustrations by Emily Silver].|
|Genre||Identification., Pictorial works.|
|Contributions||Cooney-Lazaneo, Mary Beth., King, Howard.|
|LC Classifications||QK149 .L95 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 197 p. :|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||89161990|
Redwood National And State Parks is a United States National Park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the North Coast of the state of park protects several groves of massive redwood trees, which can live for years, grow to heights of up to feet, and be as wide as 22 feet at the base of the :// Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast sets the standard for all future coverage is all one could ask for, the text is clear and helpful, and the photographs are a joy to see. —GARY LINCOFF, author of The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast is at a whole new level for regional mushroom ://
California's unique plants range in size from the stately Coast Redwoods to the minute belly plants of the southern deserts and in age from the four-thousand year-old Bristlecone Pines to ephemeral annuals whose life span can be counted in weeks. Available at last in a thoroughly updated and revised edition, this popular book is the only concise overview of the state's remarkable flora, its Plants of the Coast Redwood Region (Lyons, Cooney-Lazaneo and King) (QK L95 Hum Co Coll) Popular work containing short descriptions and color photographs organized into five categories--conifers, broadleaf trees, flowers, ferns and exotic (non-native) plants. Covers the redwood forest, mixed evergreen and oak woodland plant ?g=&p=
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This book is a field guide to plants commonly found in the coast redwood forests. Full color photographs of each plant are accompanied by descriptive and informative text. Wildflowers are grouped by color, which helps to simplify identification of the plants.
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Plants of the San Francisco Bay Region, Eugene N. Kozloff and Linda H. Beidleman. Sagen Press, Pacific Grove, California. Sagen Press, Pacific Grove, California. Plants of the Coast Redwood Region, Kathleen Lyons and Mary-Beth In the Company of Redwoods.
By Casterson, David Nonfiction | Ages: 8 and up In the Company of Redwoods is a book that everyone will love, for it makes it easy to learn the names, facts and faces of the understory plants most commonly associated with the Coast Redwood.
It is designed to be carried on walks in each of the more than 60 Redwood State Parks and Preserves in coastal California from Plants of the San Francisco Bay Region: Mendocino to Monterey by Linda Beidleman. This is the definitive botanic guide to the wetlands, woodlands, coastlines, hills, and valleys of the beautiful and diverse San Francisco Bay Region.
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