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Trees, Shrubs, & Cacti of South Texas

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Published by Texas Tech University Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Texas, South,
  • Plants - Cacti/Succulents,
  • Identification,
  • Nature,
  • Trees & Forests - General,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Trees,
  • Shrubs,
  • Cactus

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages249
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8255368M
ISBN 100896724735
ISBN 109780896724730
OCLC/WorldCa47791160

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About the book: Two hundred vivid color photographs illustrating approximately species of plants are included in this field guide to the flora of southern Texas. The trees, shrubs, and cacti described within the volume are representative of much of the plant life throughout the coastal Southwest and northern coastal Mexico.4/5(1). Trees, shrubs & cacti of south Texas by J. H. Everitt Published by Texas Tech University Press in Lubbock, Tex., : "Trees, Shrubs, and Cacti of South Texas (Revised Edition)" This revised edition of the popular field guide provides a color photograph and gives family name, scientific name, common name, and a general description for each of more than species of trees, shrubs, and sub-shrubs and more than twenty species . Woody plants and cacti are vital staple foods for cattle, deer, and other wildlife in drought-prone South Texas. Ranchers, hunters, and land managers who need to identify these plants relied on A Field Guide to Common South Texas Shrubs (published by Texas Parks & Wildlife Press and distributed by UT Press), which is no longer in print. Responding to ongoing demand for the book, Richard B 5/5(4).

Find recommended books and other items at the Native Plant Society of Texas Amazon affiliate store. A Field Guide to Common South Texas Shrubs. Texas Parks and Wildlife Press. Vines, Robert A. Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines of the Southwest. University of Texas Press, Austin. Warnock, Barton H. Wildflowers of the Big Bend Country Texas. Sul Ross State University, Alpine. Warnock, Barton H. Wildflowers of the Davis Mountains. Here are 23 of the best native plants to consider including in your commercial landscape design or installing on your sustainable Texas landscape. Native Shade Trees. Summers can be harsh in Texas, and shade trees can help protect turf and other foliage from the sun. Live Oaks (evergreen) can be planted in any region around early fall. You. Ususally a book will have many species with few pictures each or few species with many pictures each (or at least full-sized ones). Maybe it is the fact that although the title promises "shrubs" the plants covered are all over the place (including two Cacti, one Yucca, many trees and even a "perennial shrub /5(6).

Two hundred vivid color photographs illustrating approximately species of plants are included in this field guide to the flora of southern Texas. The trees, shrubs, and cacti described within the volume are representative of much of the plant life throughout the coastal Southwest and northern coastal Mexico/5(6). Get this from a library! Trees, shrubs & cacti of south Texas. [J H Everitt; Dale Lynn Drawe; Robert I Lonard] -- Profiles over tree, shrub, subshrub, and cactus species of southern Texas, providing color photos, common and scientific names, and details on their sizes, characteristics, flowers, habitats, and. Trees, Shrubs & Cacti of South Texas ().pdf writen by Dale Lynn Drawe, J. H Everitt: species of plants are included in this field guide to the flora of southern Texas. These species are representative of much of the plant life throughout the coastal Southwest and northern coasta. Below is a list of all cacti found in Texas; the main species first, those with a photograph and full description page, followed by all other species, generally less common. More species of cacti are found in Texas than iany other state; counties with the most variety (around species) are Presidio and Brewster, in the Big Bend area.