Wild Flowers by
  

Wild Flowers

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Part of the Naturetrail Series

5+ readers   
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This is a fantastic guide to identifying wild flowers, with clearly drawn examples of the plants, their flowers, leaves and seeds and also the various uses we make of wild flowers from perfume to cooking to medicines. There are flower-spotting guides for a range of environments, woodlands, seashore, mountains and heathland making it a useful companion for family days out and holidays and step-by-step guides to pressing flowers and growing your own wild flower garden.

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Wild Flowers by

An illustrated introduction to wild flowers, including a guide to identifying different species, step-by-step instructions for flower activities such as growing flowers from seed. With internet links lead readers to recommended websites with games, activities and online identification guides.

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Paperback
80 pages

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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st May 2014

ISBN

9781409577706

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