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Wild Flowers of Britain and Europe by Margot Spohn, Roland Spohn

Wild Flowers of Britain and Europe


Part of the Black's Nature Guides Series


Wild Flowers of Britain and Europe by Margot Spohn, Roland Spohn

This indispensable guide to the Wild Flowers of Britain and Europe is part of the new Black's Nature Guide series. Over 450 species of wild flower are covered, each beautifully illustrated with detailed paintings and clear photographs. The images not only show you what the plant looks like in its habitat, but also focus in on specific features such as the leaves or flower head, to aid identification. Clear and concise information is provided, such as when the plant is in flower, the approximate petal size and preferred habitat.


A must have for flower fans Amateur Gardening (August 2008)
well produced and colourful

Wildflowers Society (October 2008)

About the Author

Margot and Roland Spohn have combined their skills to produce this wonderful guide. They have previously produced the standard work on the subject of wild flowers, What flower is that - the encyclopedia.

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Publication date

27th May 2008


Margot Spohn, Roland Spohn

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A & C Black Publishers Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC


320 pages


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