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Published: Oct 25 2022
Size: 7 x 10
Illustrations: 1000 color photos, 1000 maps
Patrick D. McMillan, Richard D. Porcher, Jr., Douglas A. Rayner, and David B. White
Patrick D. McMillian is a botanist and host of the Emmy Award–winning television series Expeditions with Patrick McMillan. He served as director of the South Carolina Botanical Garden for ten years.
Richard D. Porcher Jr. is emeritus professor of biology at the Citadel.
Douglas A. Rayner is emeritus professor of biology at Wofford College.
David B. White is a photographer and lead videographer and editor of Expeditions with Patrick McMillan.
"A gorgeous tour de force. This book is filled with great scientific information, presented beautifully and visually. Anyone interested in the natural history of South Carolina and nearby regions should read it, and then keep a copy in their car or backpack."—Alan Weakley, conservationist and author of Flora of the Southeastern United States
"If you would like to have just one wildflower book, A Guide to the Wildflowers of South Carolina should be at the top of your list. Whether you're a professional botanist, a serious amateur botanist, or a nature enthusiast, this book is a must read. The authors' lifelong collective knowledge of plants will lead you to a lifetime of enjoying nature in all its many designs and uses."—Harry E. Shealy Jr., distinguished professor of history emeritus, University of South Carolina Aiken
"The quintessential book about wild lowers, A Guide to the Wildflowers of South Carolina insightfully documents nature's gifts and showcases the pressing need for conservation for the ages."—Angela C. Halfacre, professor emeritus, Furman University
"Through the state's plants, these remarkable botanists open the window to South Carolina's extraordinary natural history in clear, concise language understandable to the typical user, yet technical enough to provide an accurate identification and appreciation of each species covered."—John A. Brubaker, past president, South Carolina Native Plant Society and South Carolina Exotic Pest Plant Council
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