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NP001. Native Plants of the Southeast / Mellichamp
NP001. Native Plants of the Southeast: A Comprehensive Guide to the Best 460 Species for the Garden by Larry Mellichamp. Photographs by Will Stuart. Hardcover $39.95.

This complete guide shows you the best native plants and how to choose the right ones for your yard and garden. The hundreds of plant profiles -- trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, grasses, and wildflowers – give you practical information on growing and propagation, ranges, and hardiness. Includes helpful lists that recommend suitable plants for specific situations (such as dry shade) as well as plants for attracting butterflies, hummingbirds, and other wildlife. Eagerly anticipated, it will be the definitive garden reference on the Southeast’s native flora.
2014. 384pp, 8 x10.5 inches, over 500 color photos.

Larry Mellichamp is a professor of botany at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and director of the university's botanical gardens.



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NP002. Native Plants of the Northeast / Leopold
Native Plants of the Northeast: A Guide for Gardening & Conservation by Donald J. Leopold. Hardcover

With entries for nearly 700 species of native trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, grasses, and wildflowers from the northeastern quarter of the U.S. and eastern Canada, its comprehensive horticultural coverage is unsurpassed by any other single volume. Each plant description includes information about cultivation and propagation, ranges, and hardiness. An appendix recommends particular plants for difficult situations, as well as attracting butterflies, hummingbirds, and other wildlife.
308pp. 7-3/8 x 10-3/8 inches.



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NP003. Bringing Nature Home / Tallamy
Bringing Nature Home: How You Can Sustain Wildlife with Native Plants (Updated and Expanded) by Douglas W. Tallamy. Paper

Tells of the link between native plant species and native wildlife: Native insects cannot, or will not, eat alien plants. When native plants disappear, the insects disappear, impoverishing the food source for birds and other animals. And provides the resources to make smart choices for planting in your yard and in public spaces.
360pp. 6 x 9 inches.



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NP004. Growing and Propagating Wild Flowers
Growing and Propagating Wild Flowers by Harry R. Phillips. Paper

Based on ten years of pioneering research at the North Carolina Botanical Garden, Growing and Propagating Wild Flowers features practical, easy-to-follow methods for raising native plants from seeds, cuttings, and divisions specific instructions on the propagation and cultivation of plants representing nearly 100 genera of wild flowers, carnivorous plants, and ferns more than 250 illustrations, including 32 color photographs and 3 sample design plans for a perennial border.

For each species treated, the author includes descriptions of growth habits, flowers, fruits and seeds outstanding ornamental characteristics, flowering and fruiting times detailed directions on the collection, cleaning, storage, and germination of seed information on cultivation and use in the home landscape notes on related species and their propagation The native plants cited as examples are found primarily in the eastern United States. The propagation and handling techniques, however, will be useful throughout the temperate areas of the country.

1985. 341 pp., 7.375 x 9.75 inches, 32 color / 260 b&w illus.



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NP005. Growing and Propagating Showy Native Woody Plants
Growing and Propagating Showy Native Woody Plants by Richard E. Bir. Paper

Bir identifies some of the showiest woody plants native to the eastern United States and tells how to propagate and care for them. He describes more than ninety species of native plants, most illustrated with a color photograph, and includes several useful appendixes listing nurseries that stock these hard-to-find species.
1992. 202 pp., 6.125 x 9.25 inches.



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NP006. Wild Flowers of North Carolina / Justice, Bell, Lindsey
Wild Flowers of North Carolina by William S. Justice, C.Ritchie Bell, & Anne H. Lindsey. Second Edition.

This updated classic handbook, pairs hundreds of color photographs with descriptions of the wild flowers and flowering trees, shrubs, vines, herbs, and weeds found in North Carolina and many other eastern states from Delaware to Georgia. Entries provide info on habitat, range, size, months of bloom, and features for indentification. Includes comments on endangered or protected status, toxicity, and historical uses. Indicates commercial availability and offers recommendations for use, where appropriate, for the garden border or are better for a less formal "wild garden." Uses metric measurements for plant heights. Plants are presented in families.
2005. 329pp., 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 553 color illustrations. .



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NP007. A Guide to the Wildflowers of South Carolina / Porcher & Rayner
A Guide to the Wildflowers of South Carolina by Richard Dwight Porcher and Douglas Alan Rayner. Paper

More plants than NC's state guide including ones with less showy flowers. It's a great book and highly recommended, but has its drawbacks for use as a field guide. It is presented by region/plant communities rather than by botanical families, which means that different members of a genus are scattered throughout the book. And the location of a plant is somewhat arbitrary if the plant is found in more than one community. It is also a thick, heavy book and the photos often show only the flower. Through the plants you learn the various plant communities within the larger regions (mountains, piedmont, and coastal).
2002, 544pp., 7 x 10 inches, 683 color and 11 b&w illustrations.



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NP009. Tree Finder / Watts
Tree Finder: AManual for the Identification of Trees by Their Leaves by May Theilgaard Watts. Revised edition. Paper

A classic little field key for identifying trees by their leaves and needles. Includes 161 native and commonly introduced trees of the U.S. and Canada east of the Rockies and north of Florida. Line drawings point out important features of plant structure. This inexpensive guide is easy to put in your pocket and is used in upper elementary classes to college courses and good for everyone wants to identify trees. 1998. 64 pages., 4 x 6 inches.



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NP010. Winter Tree Finder / Watts
Winter Tree Finder: A Manual for Identifying Deciduous Trees in Winter by May Theilgaard Watts and Tom Watts. Paper

Even in winter deciduous trees (trees that lose their leaves) can be identified. This key show you how to look at twigs, buds, fruits, and other features. Explains structure of twigs and shows habitat and range of native and some widely introduced trees. Illustrated with the author's line drawings. 1970. 64pp., 4 x 6 inches.



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NP011. A Field Guide to Wildfowers of the Sandhills Region / Sorrie
A Field Guide to Wildflowers of the Sandhills Region: North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia by Bruce A. Sorrie. Paper

Featuring over 600 wildflowers, flowering shrubs, and vines, this user-friendly field guide is the first to focus on the rare, fragile lands and species of the Sandhills region of the Carolinas and Georgia.

Wildflowers of the Sandhills Region is arranged by habitat, with color tabs to facilitate easy browsing of the nine different natural communities and includes common plants, region-specific endemics, and local rarities, each with its own species description, and over 540 color photos for easy identification. In addition it provides an introduction to the region's geology, soil types, and special relationship to fire ecology; an overview of rare species and present conservation efforts; a glossary and key to flower and leaf structures; and a listing of gardens, preserves, and parklands in the Sandhills region and nearby where wildflowers can be seen and appreciated.

Characterized by longleaf pine forests, rolling hills, abundant blackwater streams, several major rivers, and porous sandy soils, the Sandhills region stretches from Fayetteville, North Carolina, southwest to Columbus, Georgia, and represents the farthest advance of the Atlantic Ocean some two million years ago.
2011. 392pp., 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 553 color plates., 2 drawings, 1 maps, appends., bibl., index



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