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Any suggestion's for new wild flower book that has most British wild flower's I have rather a lot of old one's newish Collins 2006 book and a rare wild flower book but none have everything in or maybe it does not exist.
Depends what you want to do and how seriously you want to take it. Clive Stace's new flora of the british isles 3rd ed (2010) is our standard work though mostly text and sciency; coupled with good illustrations (say Garard & Streeter, one of my favourites) will cover everything well for a non-expert. If you want one relatively simple book only, Francis Rose's wild flower key 2nd ed is still very good all round (though grasses rushes and sedges are not included, and some of the nomenclature is a little out of date). I don't know the collins book. From the amount you put on iSpot you obviously enjoy the wild flowers so go for Stace
Will get it ordered,I do have a serious interest in wild flower's and feel it is worth getting this one,I understand most of the science stuff as I went to Horticultural college many year's ago.I did get a good one on sedges,grasses and rushes by Rodger Gilbert which is fine for me at the moment.
Thank's for the help.
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