Identification is the first major step towards a greater appreciation and understanding of our natural environment. Wildflowers of the Maritimes was written to meet the needs of hikers, students, amateur naturalists, resource professionals, or anyone looking for an affordable, compact, easy-to-follow guide to take with them into the field.
Discover the wide array of wildflowers in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island with detailed photographs, drawings, and profile descriptions that include information on a plant's origins, leaves, flowers, fruits, frequency, habitat, and range. Naturalist Edmund Redfield profiles 150 species of wildflowers from 53 plant families in an organized and easily accessible way. Includes over 350 colour photographs and black and white illustrations.
Author Edmund Redfield
Size 5.5 x 8"
Made in Canada
Edmund Redfield has studied and worked with plants in the Maritimes and many other environments: temperate eastern hardwood forests, the wet and dry tropics of Australia and Kenya, and boreal forests in Finland and Alberta. He has a B.Sc. in forestry from the University of Missouri, an M.Sc. in restoration ecology from the University of Alberta, and is the co-author of several scientific publications. He lives in Memramcook, New Brunswick, with his wife and son.
Nimbus Publishing is a Canadian publishing company, founded in 1978, based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The company specializes in subjects relevant to the Atlantic Provinces.