Wildflowers of the Sierra Nevada
A Guide to Common Native Species

Text & Photos by Steven Hartman

Covers 107 of the most prevalent Sierra species. Arranged by color, each listing includes common and scientific name, size and description of flower, plant, leaf, and months of bloom. Includes key, glossary, and short "How to Protect Wildflowers".


4” x 9” folded, 25.5” unfolded. 2017. Published by Quick Reference Publishing. ISBN 978-1-936913-64-0

$7.95

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