This user-friendly field guide to 600 wildflowers found in North America is organized by color and alphabetically to enable wildflower enthusiasts and nature lovers to identify and learn about the natural and cultural history of flowering plants.
Color photographs accompanied by plant descriptions, range, flowering periods, and other natural history notes such as historical uses, etymology, pollinator associations will entice and educate readers from coast to coast.
Damian Fagan is a naturalist and guide with a B.S. in Botany from the University of Washington currently living in Bend, OR. Fagan has lived in the Pacific Northwest for over 20 years and has traveled through much of the region in search of wildflowers, wilderness, and wild animals. He is the author of Wildflowers of Oregon and Canyon Country Wildflowers, as well as other Falcon Guides.