Designed especially for winter use and featuring almost six hundred illustrations, this taxonomic guide describes some nine hundred plant species by their twig, bud, and bark characteristics. All the trees, shrubs, and woody ground covers that grow without aid of cultivation in the Southeast are presented here, in a single reference.The process may be lengthy if many species are involved, and the branching pattern of choices accounts for the term for this type of identification process, the dichotomous key. The dichotomous key has two popular formats, indented andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Woody Plants of the Southeastern United States|
|Publisher||:||University of Georgia Press - 2004|