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WANTED: Wanted: Book of 'Trees of the Southeast'

Posted by tonone Piedmont area - Nort ( on
Tue, Dec 18, 07 at 16:49

Any fellow Carolinians know of a very good book
recently published, about :

"Trees of the SouthEast" ?

even more specifically:

"Trees of the Carolinas" ?

Of import-
Good Pictures
and Broad, Exhaustive, Thorough and Unabridged.
(without being too redundant!)

Please Advise this here Carolina Boy who has a hankering
for a tome of this sort, and who FORGOT to include it
on his list he sent to Santa. :-(


Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: Wanted: Book of 'Trees of the Southeast'

Here's a link to a book titled "Native trees of the southeast"

RE: WANTED: Wanted: Book of 'Trees of the Southeast'

Thanks Halscott.
That DOES look like a good one.
I searched/googled it and read some positive comments
by some who own the title.
The only drawback...? - The Price! whoa.
I'll try and see if I can find it and bid on it at auction
on eBay if possible. I've done that for other books and
made out okay.
Sometimes has good inexpensive used books.
Thanks for your recommendation.

RE: WANTED: Wanted: Book of 'Trees of the Southeast'

My favorite is 'The Year in Trees' by Kim Tripp and JC Raulston, and it's available in paperback.

RE: trying link again

Sorry, I copied the wrong link. Let me try this again. The Tripp/Raulston book can be previewed on google book search:

Here is a link that might be useful: Tripp/Raulston book

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