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Texas Trees: A Friendly Guide Paperback – August 1, 1988
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The book includes a map of soil types (with its natural diversity, Texas could be a country in itself!) and follows it with general drawings of leaves. Compare the leaf you see to the drawings in the book and you're sent to a tree family. From there you simply find the tree from more detailed drawings and area maps. It's easy! I am now considered a tree guru.
What else? Look through the book and find which trees will do best in your area, their size and flowers, virtually everything the homeowner, naturalist, or budding naturalist needs or wants to know.
When hiking our many parks and wildscape areas, other naturalist books stay home. This book comes with me...it's great!
The book is clear and easy to use. Even better, it gives interesting tidbits about each tree's range and habits in Texas, including the location of the largest known example in the state.
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Great for the tree identification class. Wish the pictures were in color thoughPublished 7 months ago by brosia
We get it !!! There are a lot of trees in Texas !!!!! What about a guide to bears or sharks or maybe even race cars ?? I guess it's good if you really liek trees ? Read morePublished on June 18, 2014 by Zoey Alamode
Wonderful quality. Very pleased with this item. Great gift. Highly recommend. Wonderful value and I plan on buying more very soon.Published on March 10, 2014 by Ana R. Kiegh
This is a very interesting book! I love trying to indentify the kinds of trees, especially when the colors are turning in the Fall.Published on December 14, 2012 by Linda Vise Cox
Excellent reference book for the amateur! I've been wanting something like this for a long time...and now can identify just about any tree quickly & confidently.Published on March 3, 2012 by PhilWag
I live in the Texas Hill country were Ceader is king. Once you start cutting that down though, lots of great trees start coming up. Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by Amazon Customer