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Northwest Weeds: The Ugly and Beautiful Villains of Fields, Gardens, and Roadsides Paperback – April 1, 1990
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Top Customer Reviews
valuable to me, especially in clinics when clients want answers! The pictures are excellent and
large enough to make comparison to actual plants. I would have given the book 5 stars except more pictures showing foliage as well as the flowers would be very helpful.
All photographs are very colorful and clearly shot. A paragraph or two accompany each photo of subject weed. A glossary, cross references of scientific and common names is included.
THE PERSON RECEIVING THIS BOOK AS A GIFT WAS VERY HAPPY TO HAVE THIS INFORMATION AVAILABLE WHILE ON HIKING AND BACK PACK TRIPS.
Really answers the question "When is a weed not a weed". A good book just to plow through for information, with excellent illustrations.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased mostly as a reference book to figure out which weeds are which. Only saw one weed that we have yet to identify on a recent trip,Published 7 months ago by R. Bacon
This in an excellent book- It is very informative and detailed. Great photos are included, which are clear and well detailed!Published on December 2, 2013 by gramag4
Wanted to learn names etc of some of the local nuisance plants and book has
good pics to help with idenity.
Good pictures and descriptions. Need sixteen words to file this review, I guess. Don't waste your time reading the rest of this.Published on June 16, 2013 by GrandmaSam