Over 340 species in full color with overall views, close-ups of leaves and flowers, details in bulleted format of the description for field identification, soil types where to find the plant, bloom times, common name(s), scientific name, and native or non-native. Area covers Gainesville to the Hill Country. Winner of the Carroll Abbott Memorial Award in 2016 by the Native Plant Society of Texas.
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Mary Curry lives in wildflower-filled Wise County, Texas, where she pursues her long-standing interests in both natural history and art. Currently she unites the two interests in nature photography, but has also worked in diverse materials from wood carving to stained glass. For many years, Ms. Curry has conducted plant, bird, and GIS mapping surveys as a volunteer with the U.S. Forest Service on the LBJ National Grasslands, for which she was joint recipient of the National Grasslands Prairie Partner Award in 2003. Her passion for nature extends to educating the public. She founded monthly “First Wednesday” nature walks at the LBJ National Grasslands in 2004, and led them rain or shine until 2013.
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