by James R. Wells; Frederick W. Case, Jr.; and T. Lawrence Mellichamp
The western Great Lakes region is home to a diverse assemblage of habitats that offers exceptional opportunities to see numerous interesting wildflowers. In an approach unique to wildflower books, Wildflowers of the Western Great Lakes Region presents more than 270 wildflower species in a full-color, coffee-table format according to the habitats in which they are most commonly found. Within the 11 habitat groupings, the species follow as closely as possible the order in which the flowers bloom in this area. (1999). Hardcover. 304 pages.