Washington wildflowers by Charles Gurche

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Published by Westcliffe Publishers in Englewood, Colo .

Written in English

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Statementphotography by Charles Gurche ; with selected prose & poetry.
SeriesWashington littlebooks
LC ClassificationsTR724 .G87 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL817585M
ISBN 101565791371
LC Control Number95062431

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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. This book does have very good pictures and descriptions, but is limited in the number of flowers listed.

If you also buy Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest you can use the pictures in this book to help with identification(if you are lucky enough to find the flower you want to ID is in this book.)/5(9).

University of Washington Herbarium at the Burke Museum, the authors of Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest, and High Country Apps have partnered to produce the new Washington Wildflowers plant identification app for iOS and Android devices.

The app provides images, species descriptions, range maps, bloom period, and technical descriptions for more than common wildflowers, shrubs, and. WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS includes supporting documents with extensive information on the ecoregions of Washington, descriptions of habitats found across the state, wildflower destinations with best time to visit, insights into how the climate influences the plant communities found here, as well as detailed instructions on how to use the app /5(5).

While many wildflowers have roots here, but these mysterious hills are best enjoyed when Washington's native camas blooms blanket the rolling open landscape. This destination is a good one for families looking to just spend the day outside, and has paved trails for strollers or wheelchairs.

US Wildflower's Database of Wildflowers for Washington Click on thumbnail for larger version of image, scientific name for detail page. *=Multiple images on detail page: Search Our Database: Enter any portion of the Scientific, Common Name, or both.

A Field Guide to Pacific States Wildflowers: Washington, Oregon, California and Adjacent Areas (Peterson Field Guide) 2nd Edition by Theodore F. Niehaus (Author) › Visit Amazon's Theodore F.

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Wildflowers of Washington by C. Lyons. Color photos and complete descriptions of nearly species of Washington wildflowers. Photos from the 1, images found in Turner’s book are used in the Washington Wildflowers app.

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Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest, by Turner and Washington wildflowers book, and the University of Washington’s Herbarium website are helpful tools for learning about and identifying wildflowers.

If you’re stuck, call the Plant Answer Line at the University of Washington’s Elisabeth C. View pictures of native wildflowers, bunchgrasses, cactus, shrubs, bushes and trees that grow in the desert, lithosol, shrub-steppe, grassland and ponderosa pine woodland habitats of eastern Washington.

Wildflower Books There is a tremendous amount of great information that you can find when searching the Internet (like this blog!), but I often find myself doing a lot of my research with books. Perhaps I’m old fashioned (or, just old), but I like to start looking for information about where to hike, and what I might find there, with a good book.

The identification tool is intended to help hobbiests identify wildflowers based on easily observable characteristics. The database is searched for flowers that have ALL of the characteristics that you selected, so leave the "search all" option selected for any information that your're not sure of.

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Greg Farley's Washington Wildflowers Vol. 1 book is his fifth book published and third here on Blurb and like his other books, the photography is simply beautiful. His ability to capture the essence of the flowers is truly spectacular.

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Wildflowers of Washington book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From seashore to mountain peak, the wild, untended blossom /5. The Washington Wildflowers app is based in large part on Turner and Gustafson’s book, Turner says.

The descriptions of the plants are drawn from the book, as are many of the photographs. “When we developed the app I went through my entire library and chose between three or four images that would best tell the story of a particular flower.

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By our estimate, Washington contains nearly 3, species of vascular plants and over species of lichens." According to a representative of the University of Washington Herbarium, this is the most visited online resource for Washington Wildflowers.

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Fine range maps.” —The Seattle Times “The Northwest’s most complete field guide ever, this lovely volume pictures 1, wildflowers that grow from the Siskiyous to. 20 Smartphone Apps for Plant Lovers "High Country Apps offers four wildflower recognition apps that are getting rave reviews from users: Glacier Wildflowers for $, Colorado Rocky Wildflowers for $, Idaho Wildflowers for $ and Washington Wildflowers for $ Search for flowers by family, color, name (common and botanical), and more.

The best way to encounter the wildflowers in the alpine zones of Mount Washington (or anywhere else for that matter) is to hike. But if you aren’t able to hoof it all the way to the top on your own, you can cheat and drive your car or catch a van ride up the Mount Washington Auto Road.

But, please, hike it if you can. It’ll do you good. The University of Washington Herbarium and its partners have released plant identification apps for the wildflowers of Washington (1, species) and Idaho ( species), based in part on information contained in the Burke Herbarium Image Collection web site.

The apps run on Apple, Android, and Amazon Kindle mobile devices (both phone and tablets). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations (chiefly color), 2 maps (1 color) ; 22 cm. Series Title. To find wildflowers in March, the east side of the Cascades is the best bet. The Lyle Cherry Orchard Trail in Washington features a good chance of.

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Detail (The Peterson Field Guide Series ; 22) Niehaus, Theodore F. and Ripper, Charles L. This is the first book I check when I find a new flower and, although it is called "Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest," I very seldom have a flower I can't find within it's pages.

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Brenner, Pamela. Camp, Brent. Cunderla, Gary. Haase, Maggie. McManus, Diane. Priebe, Rich.Washington wildflowers, including species of wildflowers most commonly found in the State of Washington and adjacent areas of Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia.

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