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London is a Forest (Hardcover): Paul Wood London is a Forest (Hardcover)
Paul Wood 1
R333 R260 Discovery Miles 2 600 Save R73 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Can a city be a forest? At first glance, this does not chime with our childhood idea of the `wild wood' - a dark entanglement of trees, where humans fear to tread. But a forest does not need to be dense and impenetrable, and it's not unheard of for people to live in them either. In London, 8.6 million people are crammed into just 600 square miles alongside 8.3 million trees, and millions upon millions of other plants, insects and animals. According to one UN definition, this makes the city a forest. The Forestry Commission agree, describing London as the world's largest urban forest. And it's a very special, urban forest at that. Following a number of trails through the rich diversity of London, this book will look closely at the urban forest, our relationships with it and attitudes towards it and will uncover the fascinating stories and secrets it holds. Through these paths that meander through the urban forest, author Paul Wood explores its geography, its past and future, and looks at the remarkable variety of life supported in this unique metropolitan ecosystem. From the edgelands to the beating heart of the clamorous 21st century megacity, a wealth of arboreal details, history, legend and anecdotes will be revealed along the way. You'll discover some of the species found here, and the people who have helped to shape this remarkable environment over many centuries. Complementing the trails, Wood will look in more detail at the fascinating stories of some of the iconic, and some of the more hidden species that define the urban forest. These will include familiar tree species like the London Plane, Oaks, Cherries and Hornbeam, alongside the rare Wild Service Tree and the surprising Tree of Heaven. Other inhabitants of the forest such as parakeets, urban foxes and, of course, humans will also be featured.

Wildflower Meadows: Survivors from a Golden Age (Paperback): Margaret Pilkington Wildflower Meadows: Survivors from a Golden Age (Paperback)
Margaret Pilkington; Illustrated by John Pilkington
R710 R492 Discovery Miles 4 920 Save R218 (31%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Wildflower Meadows focuses on untouched, ancient and historic meadows and is stunningly illustrated with historic as well as recent photographs of ancient meadows The book features a wide variety of meadows and their flowers, from grasslands, and heathlands to chalklands and wetlands. From the same publisher that brought the highly acclaimed and award winning Where Have all the Flowers Gone? by Charles Flower Hay meadows with their wonderful profusion of wildflowers and butterflies are disappearing from the UK countryside at an alarming rate. This book celebrates in words and photographs the meadows that remain tucked away in odd corners in every part of the UK. Taking the most common type of meadow, Margaret Pilkington shows how, with the help of the National Vegetation Classifcation we can understand the unique collection of plants present and explains the Biodiversity Action Plan for wildflower meadows that it was hoped would ensure no further loss of this special, vulnerable habitat. She gives a clear, concise account of the challenges posed and the practical steps being taken to halt its decline, including the use of ecosystem services to highlight its value. Meadow flowers are adapted to survive and reproduce in grassland that has been managed in a particluar way for centuries. The voices of those who farmed in this way describe traditional hay making and the changes that have led to the loss of these meadows, a loss that has led to a huge decrease in the butterflies and other wildlife that depended on them for food and shelter. Margaret Pilkington explains the intimate connections between flowers and the insects that visit them, an explanation brought to life in John Pilkington's close-up photographs. Wildflower Meadows is a beautiful record of the meadows that survive and a practical guide to their preservation in the future to be enjoyed by all who appreciate and care for our countryside.

Remarkable Trees (Hardcover): Christina Harrison, Tony Kirkham Remarkable Trees (Hardcover)
Christina Harrison, Tony Kirkham 1
R735 R569 Discovery Miles 5 690 Save R166 (23%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

‘To discover so many intriguing things about trees from around the world is truly wonderful. This beautifully illustrated book reveals just how much these useful, fascinating, dangerous yet beautiful living beings really contribute to our lives’ Dame Judi Dench

More than 60,000 species of trees are found in an amazing variety of forms, sizes and habitats. Every tree has its own story and here are over 60, selected for their particular resonance and connection with humankind and representing most of the world’s major zones and ecologies. In portraits that combine vivid cultural and historical narrative with a firm scientific grounding, the authors reveal the details of trees from around the world, both familiar and strange. We use timbers for building and creating, have discovered which tree fruits and seeds taste delicious, and which can kill or cure us, and which species can add colour and spirituality to our lives – from the timber of mahogany to the delights of chocolate and pomegranate, from the medicinal tea tree to the deadly manchineel, and from fragrant frankincense to the highly prized dragon’s blood tree.

Artists and botanists alike have been inspired by trees for centuries, and a varied and beautiful range of images from the unrivalled archive at Kew illustrate the stories, to create this enlightening and enchanting book.

Orchid Summer - In Search of the Wildest Flowers of the British Isles (Paperback): Jon Dunn Orchid Summer - In Search of the Wildest Flowers of the British Isles (Paperback)
Jon Dunn 1
R268 R225 Discovery Miles 2 250 Save R43 (16%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'Remarkable ... Evoking the intensity with which orchid hunters pursue their quarry ... Vivid and expressive' Sunday Times

Orchid Summer is a heady celebration of the beauty and history of the wild orchid species of the British Isles, embraced in one dazzling summer-long hunt by naturalist Jon Dunn.

The flowers that are the focus of this treasure hunt are exquisite and diverse. Some tower above the surrounding vegetation; others are vanishingly small and discrete. Some are sweetly scented; others smell of ripe billy goats. Some are abundant; others more elusive - none more so than the last to flower, the ghost orchid.

Capturing the intoxicating beauty of these rare flowers, Orchid Summer explores their history, their champions, their place in our landscape and the threats they face. Combining infectious enthusiasm and a painterly eye with a deep knowledge that comes from a lifetime's passionate devotion to their study, Dunn sweeps us up on his adventure.

Plantsman's Paradise, A: Roy Lancaster Travels in China (Hardcover, New edition): Roy Lancaster Plantsman's Paradise, A: Roy Lancaster Travels in China (Hardcover, New edition)
Roy Lancaster
R1,199 R995 Discovery Miles 9 950 Save R204 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book successfully combines a most enjoyable and detailed account of the well-known author's many journeys through China. First and foremost, Travels in China provides a practical assessment of the plants that are either of ornamental merit or botanical interest to gardeners in the West. Roy Lancaster describes some 1,000 different plants in their natural habitat and provides an eminently readable account of a fascinating country, its people, and the plants that have enriched the gardens of Europe and North America. Hundreds of Lancaster's own attractive and colourful photographs are reproduced, interspersed with fascinating descriptions and anecdotes from his travels. This is a book about plants from a country so rich in variety that there are 50% more species on one mountain in China than there are in the whole of the British Isles. Indeed, the wide range of climatic conditions in a country as vast as China makes this book relevant to all gardeners, be they from Norway or Spain, the United

Orchids of New England & New York (Paperback): Tom Nelson Orchids of New England & New York (Paperback)
Tom Nelson
R401 R330 Discovery Miles 3 300 Save R71 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The authors scoured New England and New York in search of orchids. The result is this handy book that makes field identification a snap. Learn about all 65 orchid species found in the region, complete with photos, range maps and more.

Death Valley Wildflowers - A Visitor's Guide to the Wildflowers, Shrubs and Trees of Death Valley National Park... Death Valley Wildflowers - A Visitor's Guide to the Wildflowers, Shrubs and Trees of Death Valley National Park (Paperback)
Steve W Chadde, Roxana S. Ferris; Illustrated by Jeanne R Janish
R564 Discovery Miles 5 640 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Herbal Handbook for Homesteaders - Farmed and Foraged Herbal Remedies and Recipes (Paperback): Abby Artemisia The Herbal Handbook for Homesteaders - Farmed and Foraged Herbal Remedies and Recipes (Paperback)
Abby Artemisia
R454 R344 Discovery Miles 3 440 Save R110 (24%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Mountain Wildflowers of the Southern Rockies - Revealing Their Natural History (Paperback): Carolyn F. Dodson, William W.... Mountain Wildflowers of the Southern Rockies - Revealing Their Natural History (Paperback)
Carolyn F. Dodson, William W. Dunmire
R471 R400 Discovery Miles 4 000 Save R71 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

More than a field guide, ""Mountain Wildflowers of the Southern Rockies"" offers cultural and botanical essays that present useful and fascinating facts about seventy-five species of wildflowers, including strategies for survival, plant evolution, origins of common and scientific plant names, family characteristics, and their roles in human history. The Laramie and Medicine Bow Mountains of southern Wyoming, the principal ranges in Colorado, and the Sangre de Cristo, Jemez, and Sandia Mountains in New Mexico are home to over a thousand species of wildflowers. The striking samples included here were selected not only because they are characteristic of this region, but also because they have interesting stories to tell. Grouped by family and arranged in natural order, each featured profile is accompanied by a color photo and most include a drawing by wildflower artist Walter Graf.

Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses (Paperback, Revised edition): James H. Miller, Karl V. Miller Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses (Paperback, Revised edition)
James H. Miller, Karl V. Miller; Photographs by Ted Bodner
R840 R684 Discovery Miles 6 840 Save R156 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This guide to common and unique plants found in forests of the Southeast thoroughly covers 330 species of forbs (herbaceous plants), grasses, vines, and shrubs, with a special emphasis on the plants' role in wildlife sustenance. Packed with detailed color photographs, the book is a must-have for forest landowners, game and wildlife managers, biologists, outdoors enthusiasts, students - anyone with an interest in the intricate and often unexpected interrelationships between the flora and fauna of our region's forests.

The Wild Flower Key (Paperback, Rev Ed): Francis Rose The Wild Flower Key (Paperback, Rev Ed)
Francis Rose
R675 R551 Discovery Miles 5 510 Save R124 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This wild flower identification guide was first published in 1981 and is still widely accepted as the best of its kind for its combination of meticulous illustrations and the use of keys to aid recognition. For this new edition the Latin names have been revised in accordance with the current classification system. It is now published as the ideal book for the serious student of British and north-west European wild plants, providing a bridge between picture identification guides and the non-illustrated academic floras.

Around the World In 80 Trees (Paperback): Jonathan Drori Around the World In 80 Trees (Paperback)
Jonathan Drori; Illustrated by Lucille Clerc 1
R362 R307 Discovery Miles 3 070 Save R55 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Trees are one of humanity's most constant and most varied companions. From India's sacred banyan tree to the fragrant cedar of Lebanon, they offer us sanctuary and inspiration - not to mention the raw materials for everything from aspirin to maple syrup. In Around the World in 80 Trees, expert Jonathan Drori uses plant science to illuminate how trees play a role in every part of human life, from the romantic to the regrettable. Stops on the trip include the lime trees of Berlin's Unter den Linden boulevard, which intoxicate amorous Germans and hungry bees alike, the swankiest streets in nineteenth-century London, which were paved with Australian eucalyptus wood, and the redwood forests of California, where the secret to the trees' soaring heights can be found in the properties of the tiniest drops of water. Each of these strange and true tales - populated by self-mummifying monks, tree-climbing goats and ever-so-slightly radioactive nuts - is illustrated by Lucille Clerc, taking the reader on a journey that is as informative as it is beautiful.

The Rainbow Beneath My Feet - A Mushroom Dyers Field Guide (Paperback, 1st ed): Alan E. Bessette The Rainbow Beneath My Feet - A Mushroom Dyers Field Guide (Paperback, 1st ed)
Alan E. Bessette
R590 R492 Discovery Miles 4 920 Save R98 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A unique and useful reference guide to some of the more common and best color-producing dye mushrooms of North America. The book includes step-by-step instructions to the process from collecting the mushrooms to dyeing the wool. There is an accurate and up-to-date description for each species along with over 200 color photographs. The scope of this work goes beyond the identification of species. The authors provide information about dyeing equipment, mordants, preparing and dyeing the wool, and the dazzling array of colors that can be obtained from mushroom.

The Weather Detective - Rediscovering Nature's Secret Signs (Hardcover): Peter Wohlleben The Weather Detective - Rediscovering Nature's Secret Signs (Hardcover)
Peter Wohlleben 1
R391 R282 Discovery Miles 2 820 Save R109 (28%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Bestselling author of The Hidden Life of Trees, Peter Wohlleben, invites you to reconnect with nature As soon as we step out of the door, nature surrounds. Thousands of small and large processes are taking place, details that are long often fascinating and beautiful. But we've long forgotten how to recognise them. Peter Wohlleben, bestselling author of The Hidden Life of Trees, invites us to become an expert, to take a closer look and interpret the signs that clouds, wind, plants and animals convey. Chaffinches become weather prophets, bees are live thermometers, courgettes tell us the time. The Weather Detective combines scientific research with charming anecdotes to explain the extraordinary cycles of life, death and regeneration that are evolving on our doorstep, bringing us closer to nature than ever before. A walk in the park will never be the same again.

Field Guide to the Street Trees of New York City (Hardcover, New): Leslie Day Field Guide to the Street Trees of New York City (Hardcover, New)
Leslie Day; Illustrated by Trudy Smoke
R1,106 R998 Discovery Miles 9 980 Save R108 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Imagine an urban oasis with hundreds of thousands of trees and whose mayor wants to plant a million more. That sylvan place is New York City, and this is a guide to the diverse trees that line its streets.

"Field Guide to the Street Trees of New York City" acquaints New Yorkers and visitors alike with fifty species of trees commonly found in the neighborhoods where people live, work, and travel. Beautiful, original drawings of leaves and stunning photographs of bark, fruit, flower, and twig accompany informative descriptions of each species. Detailed maps of the five boroughs identify all of the city's neighborhoods, and specific addresses pinpoint where to find a good example of each tree species.

Trees provide invaluable benefits to the Big Apple: they reduce the rate of respiratory disease, increase property values, cool homes and sidewalks in the summer, block the harsh winds of winter, clean the air, absorb storm water runoff, and provide habitat and food for the city's wildlife.

Bald cypress, swamp oak, silver linden, and all of New York's most common trees are just a page turn away. Your evening walk will never be the same once you come to know the quiet giants that line the city's streets.

Field Guide to Grasses of California (Paperback): James P. Smith Field Guide to Grasses of California (Paperback)
James P. Smith; Illustrated by Kathy Simpson
R612 R518 Discovery Miles 5 180 Save R94 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Grasses and grasslands are of increasing interest to conservationists, biologists, and gardeners. There are more than 300 species of native California grasses and they are found in almost every climate--from cool, wet forests to hot, dry deserts. Native grasses are also important in land restoration, as they improve soil quality, increase water infiltration, and recycle nutrients. Their deep roots can tap soil water, allowing them to stay green year-round and act as fire buffers around residences. Native grasses also provide vital habitat to many species of insects, birds, reptiles, and mammals. Despite all of this, grasslands remain one of the most underprotected of California's vegetation types, and native grasslands have undergone the greatest percentage loss of any habitat type in the state. Grasses are also among the most difficult plants to identify. Organized alphabetically, Field Guide to Grasses of California covers the more common native and naturalized grasses, and features over 180 color illustrations to help identify them.

Concise Herb Guide (Paperback): Bloomsbury Concise Herb Guide (Paperback)
R170 R136 Discovery Miles 1 360 Save R34 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

This beautifully illustrated mini field guide is packed with information on the most common herbs from around the world. Many of these plants grow wild in Britain and other parts of Europe, and can also be cultivated in gardens. The guide additionally includes exotic but commonly used species such as Vanilla, Cloves, Cinnamon and Star-anise. More than 180 herbs are included, all of which are illustrated with superb full-colour artworks that show details of the flowers and leaves, roots and bark where applicable, and growth habit of each plant. A concise written account covering culinary, medicinal and other uses, size, description, habitat and distribution appears on the same page. The easy-to-follow layouts and superb artworks aid quick and accurate identification, making this book an indispensable reference in the field as well as at home. It is compact enough to fit in the pocket, yet packed with essential information. To protect it against the elements in the field, the book is wrapped in a durable plastic wallet. Also included is a fold-out insert with at-a-glance illustrations showing herbs grouped by colour. Renowned natural history artists Christine Hart-Davis, Bridgette James and David Sutton painted the illustrations.

Flowerpaedia - 1000 flowers and their meanings (Paperback): Cheralyn Darcey Flowerpaedia - 1000 flowers and their meanings (Paperback)
Cheralyn Darcey
R421 R286 Discovery Miles 2 860 Save R135 (32%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Divine Mushrooms and Fungi (Paperback): John W Allen Divine Mushrooms and Fungi (Paperback)
John W Allen
R537 R439 Discovery Miles 4 390 Save R98 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Filled with beautiful color photographs, "Divine Mushrooms and Fungi" is a must-have for anyone who wants to step into the magic mushroom field of ethnomycology. With detailed information on how to distinguish magic mushrooms from potentially dangerous lookalikes, this guide also features a detailed history of the ritual use of magic mushrooms among pre-Columbian inhabitants of the New World and the evolution of the use of psychedelic fungi from sacred rituals to today's recreational use. Common epithets used for naming mushrooms around the world are accompanied by photographs and descriptions of both magic mushrooms and their poisonous lookalikes. An ideal companion for mushroom-gathering forays, "Divine Mushrooms and Fungi" provides readers with the sacred knowledge that can lead to a visionary experience.

Britain's Ferns - A Field Guide to the Clubmosses, Quillworts, Horsetails and Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland... Britain's Ferns - A Field Guide to the Clubmosses, Quillworts, Horsetails and Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland (Paperback)
James Merryweather
R543 R495 Discovery Miles 4 950 Save R48 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The only comprehensive photographic guide to the ferns, clubmosses, quillworts and horsetails of Britain This is a comprehensive, lavishly illustrated and user-friendly photographic identification guide to the fifty-seven ferns and seventeen other pteridophytes that occur in Britain. It is the perfect companion for botanists, naturalists, professional ecologists and anyone else with an interest in this fascinating group of non-flowering vascular plants. Designed to appeal to beginners and experts alike, this authoritative book includes novel identification keys and comparison tables that have been carefully devised to present only essential, easily understood technical terms and descriptions, avoiding jargon as much as possible. Cross-referenced throughout to facilitate the comparison of similar species, this definitive field guide is the go-to source for identifying these species with confidence. Features hundreds of stunning colour photographs Comprehensive coverage of Britain's 57 species of ferns, 6 clubmosses, 3 quillworts and 8 horsetails Includes novel, easy-to-use, jargon-free identification keys and comparison tables Beautifully designed, user-friendly and accessible

Field Guide to the Wild Flowers of the Algarve - Second edition (Paperback, New edition): Chris Thorogood, Simon Hiscock Field Guide to the Wild Flowers of the Algarve - Second edition (Paperback, New edition)
Chris Thorogood, Simon Hiscock
R1,070 Discovery Miles 10 700 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Field Guide to the Wild Flowers of the Algarve is the most comprehensive identification guide to the rich Mediterranean flora of the Algarve region of southern Portugal, including the Cape St. Vincent Peninsula National Park, an area of immense botanical importance with numerous endemic and rare species. Detailed easy-to-use entries make this guide an essential companion for botanists, students and wildlife tourists. This second edition has been fully updated to the latest in plant phylogenetic relationships, with information provided on where to see plants, and descriptions of habitat and vegetation types. In addition rare and unusual plants of the region are highlighted, including orchids and parasitic plants. With over 1,000 species descriptions, the book is abundantly illustrated throughout with more than 650 stunning colour photographs and 780 line drawings.

Ancient Oaks - In the English landscape (Hardcover): Aljos Farjon Ancient Oaks - In the English landscape (Hardcover)
Aljos Farjon
R850 R694 Discovery Miles 6 940 Save R156 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

England has more ancient native oak trees than the rest of Europe combined. How did that come about? The reasons are all historical, and nothing to do with climate or soil factors. This story goes back to the Norman conquest of England in 1066. They created Royal Forests, chases and deer parks, where only the nobility could hunt or keep deer and it was forbidden to cut the trees. This was, if you like, an early form of nature conservation, but for the sake of privileged hunting. Preservation of these oaks further continued through a combination of private ownership of thousands of parks, conservatism of the landowners, overseas timber availability and the absence of ruining wars on the English landscape; the majority of which had been confined to the continent. Modernisation of forestry in England only took hold after 1920, and by that stage too late to destroy all of the old and worthless hollow trees. In contrast, modern forestry was introduced on the continent at least 200 years earlier, with devastating results for ancient trees. We owe the ancient oaks to all these circumstances which created a unique `population' of ancient oaks, highly important for biodiversity and an asset unique to England. In this book Aljos Farjon combines history with science and tells the story of how ancient oaks have shaped the English landscape over the past 1000 years. The two native species of oak, pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) and sessile oak (Q. petraea) are among the longest living trees in England. And using data made available by `citizen science' (data gathered by volunteers across the country) Aljos explains this remarkable situation by giving detailed evidence, enhanced with beautiful images of these stunning oaks as well as graphs and maps.

Sarah Raven's Wild Flowers (Paperback, New Edition): Sarah Raven Sarah Raven's Wild Flowers (Paperback, New Edition)
Sarah Raven; Photographs by Jonathan Buckley 1
R725 R601 Discovery Miles 6 010 Save R124 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In a new, practical format - the stunning book celebrating British wild flowers by award-winning garden writer Sarah Raven.

Inspired by childhood excursions with her botanist father, Sarah Raven has travelled the length and breadth of the British Isles to find 500 of our most breathtakingly beautiful wild flowers.

This lavishly illustrated book is divided by habitat, covering woods, downs and dales, lanes and hedgerows, meadows, coast, marshes and streams, moors and mountains, and wasteland. Sarah introduces a wide range of plants, telling you their names and something about them. Discover pulsatillas, fritillaries, bluebells, wild garlic, harebells, forget-me-nots, foxgloves, wood spurge, silverweed,purple cranesbill, deadly nightshade, St John's wort, comfrey, orchids,wood sorrel, snowdrops and more.

There are glorious landscape photographs by Jonathan Buckley throughout, and one of his stunning plant portraits accompanies each of Sarah's authoritative, captivating species descriptions. Informative and lovely, Sarah Raven's Wild Flowers is a botanical marvel.

A Flora of Northeastern Minnesota (Paperback, Minnesota Archive Editions Ed.): Olga Lakela A Flora of Northeastern Minnesota (Paperback, Minnesota Archive Editions Ed.)
Olga Lakela
R1,588 Discovery Miles 15 880 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"A Flora of Northeastern Minnesota " was first published in 1965. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.

A manual for the identification of the ferns, fern allies, flowering plants, trees, shrubs, and herbs of Minnesota's Arrowhead region, this volume lists 113 botanic families and describes 1,300 species, with keys for identification. There are 80 line drawings of plant species and 419 maps showing distribution.

Edible Wild Plants - A Folding Pocket Guide to Familiar North American Species (Pamphlet): James Kavanagh, Waterford Press Edible Wild Plants - A Folding Pocket Guide to Familiar North American Species (Pamphlet)
James Kavanagh, Waterford Press; Illustrated by Raymond Leung
R158 R147 Discovery Miles 1 470 Save R11 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Some wild edible plants have poisonous look-alikes, and it is important to know the difference when harvesting. Edible Wild Plants is a simplified guide to familiar and widespread species of edible berries, nuts, leaves and roots found in North America. This beautifully illustrated guide identifies over 100 familiar species and includes information on how to harvest their edible parts. It also includes a section on dangerous poisonous plants to avoid that have contact poisons that can blister skin. This convenient guide is an ideal, portable source of practical information and ideal for field use. Made in the USA.

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