The Shrubs and Woody Vines of Florida: A Reference and Field Guide
Florida ranks third in the U.S. in the number of plants about 4,000 species that cover its landscape. Here at last is an easy-to-use field guide to them all, chock-full of line drawings and color photos. This book will be useful to professional botanists, landscape architects, and homeowners alike.
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Clethraceae White Alder Family
Cornaceae Dogwood Family
Euphorbiaceae Spurge Family
Flacourtiaceae Flacourtia Family
Hamamelidaceae Witch Hazel Family
Lauraceae Laurel or Bay Family
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