Two renowned horticulturists provide invaluable tips to help identify, cultivate, and care for 200+ species in this entertaining, easy-to-use guide. 64 color photos, 296 b&w illustrations, glossary, index.
This fourth book in the popular " Your Florida Guide to . . . " series provides information not currently available to either consumers or industry professionals for over 250 species, incl. natives. Special section on gingers, begonias, and salvias.
Marc C. Minno, Jerry F. Butler, and Donald W. Hall
This practical guide provides everything the butterfly gardener or naturalist needs to know about the relationship between caterpillars and the plants that help them turn into butterflies. Covers anatomy, biology, ecology, habitat, behavior, defense, and
A practical & philosophical foray into the secret lives of the world's most hated plants, from the author of native gardening classic Noah's Garden. Incredibly adaptive, weeds are a gardener's best teachers. Stein demonstrates what weeds tell us about a
Both a butterfly ID guide & an illus manual for butterfly gardening in Florida--the first to cover adult, larval, & pupal stages for 60+ butterfly & moth species. 400+ color photos, a butterfly checklist, & inquiry-based science activities for teachers.