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  • Original price was: $27.95.Current price is: $13.77.

    TITLE : “TREES of WEST VIRGINIA”

    (936) 462-0672

    Size of Book:  5.5″ by 8.5″   Number of Pages: 92

  • Original price was: $28.45.Current price is: $18.27.

    TITLE – “Winter Key to Deciduous Woody Plants of East Texas” by Dr. Mike Fountain

    This Winter (Twig) key covers approximately 120+ species. IF you need a reference key for the woody plants in east Texas in the growing season, you need the book -” Trees, Shrubs and Woody Vines of East Texas“. This book covers 340+ species.

  • Original price was: $115.00.Current price is: $45.95.

    Title : “Trees, Shrubs and Woody Vines of East Texas”  First Edition by Dr. Elray Nixon

    This book contains keys and illustrations for over 340 woody plants. It contains an illustrated glossary of 200 terms and keys that rely mostly on leaf, twig, and stem characteristics. This book can be used by botanists, naturalists, and foresters in nearby states to the north and east. This book is well known throughout Texas and has become the “Bible” of field manuals for East Texas Woody Plants.Dr.Nixon and Mr. Cunningham started working together on this project in 1975 and finished 1985 and published the book that year.
  • Original price was: $105.56.Current price is: $64.96.

    Title : “Trees, Shrubs and Woody Vines of East Texas” by Dr. Elray Nixon

    3rd Edition

    (936) 462-0672

    This book contains keys and illustrations for over 340 woody plants. It contains an illustrated glossary of 200 terms and keys that rely mostly on leaf, twig, and stem characteristics. This book can be used by botanists, naturalists, and foresters in nearby states to the north and east. This book is well known throughout Texas and has become the “Bible” of field manuals for East Texas Woody Plants.
  • Original price was: $86.00.Current price is: $47.95.

    TITLE – “GYMNOSPERMS of The United States & Canada”

    (936) 462-0672

    Key Field Manual to 115 species of Conifers found the United States & Canada.
    This full color book contains keys and illustrations for 115 conifers in the US and Canada. It contains an illustrated glossary of over 100 terms. The keys rely mostly on cone, leaf, bud, and bark characteristics. This book can be used by botanists, foresters, naturalists, and plant lovers as a field manual and self-teacher. It is written in layman’s terms to help even children to identify. When it was first published, Stephen F. Austin State University Library helped me find reviews. I was given several top reviewers addresses. This book was reviewed by everyone, including Choice, Library Journal, Midwest Journal, Taxon (The International Journal of Plant Taxonomy) and The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard U. In 2012, the book was also nominated for an award by the Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries. In 2015 it was awarded the Donocan Stewart Correll Memorial Award by the Native Plant Soceity of Texas. The softcover ISBN is 978-0-934115-03-2 and the hardcover is 978-0-934115-05-6.
    SOFTCOVER – Reg. Price $66.00 
    HARDCOVER – Reg. Price $86.00 

  • Original price was: $66.00.Current price is: $33.95.

    TITLE – “GYMNOSPERMS of The United States & Canada” ISBN – 13 : 978-0-934115-05-6

    (936) 462-0672

    Key Field Manual to 115 species of Conifers found the United States and Canada.
    This full color book contains keys and illustrations for 115 conifers in the US and Canada. It contains an illustrated glossary of over 100 terms. The keys rely mostly on cone, leaf, bud, and bark characteristics. This book can be used by botanists, foresters, naturalists, and plant lovers as a field manual and self-teacher. It is written in layman’s terms to help even children to identify. When it was first published, Stephen F. Austin State University Library helped me find reviews. I was given several top reviewers addresses. This book was reviewed by everyone, including Choice, Library Journal, Midwest Journal, Taxon (The International Journal of Plant Taxonomy) and The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard U. In 2012, the book was also nominated for an award by the Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries. In 2015 it was awarded the Donocan Stewart Correll Memorial Award by the Native Plant Soceity of Texas. The softcover ISBN is 978-0-934115-03-2 and the hardcover is 978-0-934115-05-6.
    SOFTCOVER – Reg. Price $66.00 
    HARDCOVER – Reg. Price $86.00 

  • Original price was: $37.00.Current price is: $27.55.

    TITLE : “SAMSON’S TREE IDENTIFIER”

    (936) 462-0672

    35 trees species on the wheel. SIZE: 11″ Diameter   Designed by Dr. N. T. Samson

    Artwork by Bruce Lyndon Cunningham

  • Original price was: $127.95.Current price is: $88.55.

    TITLE – “PLANTS of the PINEYWOODS of East Texas & West Louisiana” 

    This book was Nominated for  the CBHL Award for 2024 here is the letter from CBHL. ……..Dear Bruce,

    I’m following up on my earlier email to make sure you received my letter announcing the nomination of your book.  I also realized that I had two email address on file, so am sending this message to both.  I’m also copying the address I found for your text author, James Van Kley.

    In the letter, I requested that the review copies be received by February 2nd.  As that is just a week away, I will suspend that deadline, but please send the review copies as soon as possible.

    Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

    Best wishes,

    –Brian

    Co-chair, CBHL Annual Literature Award Committee

    Brian R. Thompson, MLS

    Manager and Curator of Horticultural Literature

    Elisabeth C. Miller Library

    PH  206.543.1434  EM bthomp@uw.edu

    uwbotanicgardens.org  millerlibrary.org

     

    Part 1 : Herbaceous Eudicotyledons, Herbaceous Magnoliids & Nymphaeiids

    By James Van Kley       Illustrated by Bruce Lyndon Cunningham

    ISBN : 978-0-934115-18-6

    This manual covers the herbaceous (non-woody) vascular (not mosses or liverworts) Eudicotyledons (largest of flowering plant groups) along with the herbaceous Magnoliids & waterlilies  (Nymphaeids) of the Pineywoods of east Texas & west Louisiana. Filling a major gap in earlier treatments, it marks the first time that there has been comprehensive coverage of the entire flora for this region in a local manual. Pages – 464; Size – 8.5″ x 11″  with 4″ French Folds