Flora of the Saanich Peninsula; Annotated List of Vascular Plants (Occasional Papers of the British Columbia Provincial Museum No. 16)

By: Szczawinski, Adam F.; Harrison, Antony S.

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A few illustrations, large octavo, pp 114, very slight age-toning, slightly bruised along the top edge, paperback, covers slightly age-toned, otherwise a very good copy. [The natural flora of the region include mixed forests of Douglas fir, Western red cedar, hemlock, arbutus, Garry oak, and manzanita. The ground cover includes snowberry, Oregon grape, salal, sword fern, trillium, and fawn lily. The peninsula is characterized by rolling hills and numerous freshwater ponds and lakes. Notable natural features of Saanich Peninsula include Elk Lake, Beaver Lake, Mount Newton, Bear Hill, Tod Inlet, Mount Finlayson, Maltby Lake, Prospect Lake, Durrance Lake, and Mount Work. Many of these features are protected in regional and municipal parks.]

Title: Flora of the Saanich Peninsula; Annotated List of Vascular Plants (Occasional Papers of the British Columbia Provincial Museum No. 16)

Author Name: Szczawinski, Adam F.; Harrison, Antony S.

Categories: Floras,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Department of Recreation and Conservation: 1973

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 014979