Flowers of Europe describes 2800 of the most common and interesting wild flowers to be found growing in Europe. For over 1900 of these species, the book provides detailed descriptions, their distribution across the continent, and their uses as poisons, dyes, foodstuffs, or medicines. It also includes keys to the families and genera. The book's outstanding feature is its 192 pages of color plates containing roughly 1000 beautiful photographs of flowering plants in their natural settings. Line drawings are used to illustrate ...

Flowers of Europe: A Field Guide 1969, Oxford University Press, USA, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780192176219