Wildflowers of the Sandia and Manzano Mountains of Central New Mexico
This is a beautifully illustrated wildflower book for nonprofessionals, focused on the mountains of central New Mexico, including 715 color photographs of different organs and developmental stages of 201 common species occurring at approximately 6,000-11,000 feet elevation. Plant descriptions include their typical habitats, blooming period, floral and vegetative characteristics, uses by southwestern Native American tribes, the plant’s common and scientific names and plant family. Plants are divided first by flower color, then by family common name, then by scientific name.
Title: Wildflowers of the Sandia and Manzano Mountains of Central New Mexico
Author: Larry Littlefield; Pearl Burns