Philip A. Munz

California Spring Wildflowers


An identification guide to over 100 of California's most common or spectacular wildflowers, native and new, ranging from the foothills of the Sierra Nevada to the Pacific. Each plant is accompanied by either an illustration or a photograph and details on where the plant might be found, with occasional folkloric tidbits or tips for usefulness scattered throughout. Organized by flower color for ease of navigation.

Soft cover with black and white illustrations and color photographs.

Edition: 1972.

Condition: Good, sound condition, with a lovely cover patina and a stamp on the inside back cover.

Measures ~6"x9". 122 pages.