Plants, Trees and Wildflowers

Trees of the San Francisco Bay Area

This compact field guide covers 45 native trees of the San Francisco Bay Area, providing photographs of key features such as leaves, flowers, fruit, and bark to make identification easy.

This 12-panel folding guide is lightweight, pocket-sized, and durably laminated for outdoor use. Authored by a local expert, this guide features a species selection and notes on range and distribution specifically tailored to the region.

It offers comprehensive coverage of the native trees found in the nine primary counties of the Bay Area and also includes most native trees found throughout the California coastal region.

ISBN: 978-1-732875-23-4

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Trees of South Florida

Trees of South Florida: Packed with vivid color photographs, novice and expert tree enthusiasts can use this handy field guide to identify 64 native species—both common and rare—found in south and coastal central Florida, from Titusville area on the east, south to Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, numerous state parks, and the Florida Keys to the Dry Tortugas.

The trees in this guide are grouped by mature size and the accompanying text indicates size, bloom period, and other characteristics of each tree to make identification as easy as possible.

The guide’s six double-sided panels fold up into a packet narrow enough to fit in a back pocket. Lamination makes it both waterproof and sturdy enough to stand up to repeated use.

ISBN: 978-0-9828856-2-8

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Trees of Central Texas

Trees of Central Texas: Trees are a key part of the habitat of a region and can give an area it’s unique character. This beautifully illustrated, waterproof pocket guide will help you get to know the most important native species that make up the habitat of the Texas hill country and surrounding areas.

Over 250 stunning illustrations — leaf shapes, fruits, nuts, berries, flowers and tree shapes — depict 54 of the most common native trees and cover the basics of tree identification.

Easy to understand text descriptions cover key info for each species. A section includes a brief, illustrated primer on how a tree grows and the anatomy of life inside the trunk. Designed as a quick, easy-to-carry reference for naturalists of all ages and education levels.

ISBN: 978-0-9824905-2-5

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Peppers: From Sweet to Heat

The health benefits of peppers, both sweet and hot, are widely known. They’re packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory properties, and they’re low in calories. And then, there’s the varieties of flavors—from the sweet to the heat!

This guide is an easy-to-use visual reference to a wide variety of peppers and includes a handy introduction to the Scoville Scale to show you where each pepper ranks of the scale of sweet and mild to hot, hotter, and hottest. There’s also Information on when to harvest the ripened fruit, and suggestions on how the fruit is commonly used in the kitchen.

Whether you’re a gardener looking for purely ornamental plants, a backyard farmer looking to plant and harvest for the table, or the chef shopping for the perfect spicy note for tonight’s dinner keep this handy, folding, laminated guide in your shopping bag for your next trip to the garden center, the produce aisle or your farmer’s market.

ISBN: 978-1-943334-57-5

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Trees of New York City, including Central Park and Long Island

Trees of New York City, including Central Park and Long Island: A Guide to Common Native Species
What trees are in your favorite grove in Central Park, or along the roadsides on Long Island?

Now you can identify them quickly with this convenient, easy-to-use field guide, containing more than 60 vibrant color photos.

Grouped by mature size and photographed to display their most distinguishing characteristics—leaf shape, flower, seed, nut, or fruit—common native trees in this guide can be found in Central Park, Prospect Park, the High Line, Jones Beach and Robert Moses State Parks, Gateway National Recreation Area, Fire Island National Seashore, and on the streets of New York City.

Accompanying text points out the unique features of each tree, to help you tell one tree from another in no time. Six double-sided, waterproof panels fold up to fit into your back pocket, waist pack or purse.

ISBN: 978-1-936913-18-3

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