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Wildflowers of the Adirondacks, the only field guide for the Adirondack region, is now in a revised and updated edition (c) 2000 and under a new publisher (EarthWords). This popular guide has 120 color photos of both common and rare flowers, arranged by both color and season. There are also drawings of leaf styles, an index of current botanical names, descriptions of the flowers and where they may be found, and space for the reader's own field notes and drawings. The book is a must for wildflower lovers of New York State and New England.
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ORANGE HAWKWEED.................ORANGE Hieracium aurantiacum...........June-Sept. Aster Family....................Plate 26 Flower: heads 3/4" wide;
Plant: 1-2' high A small cluster of red-orange flower heads are at the top of the hairy stem of this plant. Each head is made up en- tirely of ray flowers, finely fringed at the tips. There are no disk flowers. Green bracts around the flower heads are covered with dark gland-tipped hairs. Coarse, blunt, lance- shaped, hairy leaves, 2-5" long, are in a basal rosette. Hawkweed is common in fields, clearings and along roadsides. It is also known as Devil's Paintbrush because farmers consider it such a troublesome weed. It was once thought that hawks ate the plant to strengthen their vision.Review:
The photography is superb...the layout of the book is excellent. --Nancy C. Olmstead, co-author of The Audubon Society
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