Wildlife

Common Wildflowers of the Mid-west (2011)

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CMS0026597
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The Mid-west of Western Australia is one of the most diverse wildflower areas in the world, with a great burst of colour during spring. The area is especially rich in dryandras, pea plants, wattles, smokebushes, everlastings, banksias, grevilleas, bottlebrushes, coneflowers, calytrix and leschenaultias.

This book covers a selection of some of the most common wildflowers that you will see when travelling through the Mid-west.

Part of DEC's Bush Books series, a set of practical field guides to help you learn about and discover Western Australia's unique plants, animals and special features, region by region.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS0026597
Weight (g)100 g
AuthorN/A
PublisherDept. of Environment and Conservation
EditionN/A
Edition DateJul-11
Pages72
Size100 x 148 x 6mm
FormatPaperback
ISBN9780730976080
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Mid-west of Western Australia is one of the most diverse wildflower areas in the world, with a great burst of colour during spring. The area is especially rich in dryandras, pea plants, wattles, smokebushes, everlastings, banksias, grevilleas, bottlebrushes, coneflowers, calytrix and leschenaultias.

This book covers a selection of some of the most common wildflowers that you will see when travelling through the Mid-west.

Part of DEC's Bush Books series, a set of practical field guides to help you learn about and discover Western Australia's unique plants, animals and special features, region by region.

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