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New Zealand trees a popular guide to identification of the principal species by James William Matthews

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Published by A.H. & A.W. Reed in Wellington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Trees -- New Zealand

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index

The Physical Object
Pagination92 p.
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14415423M

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About this book. A complete revision, of the best selling, award-winning landmark book on New Zealand's native trees. New Zealand's Native Trees is a landmark book, the kind that is published only once in a generation. It celebrates our unique and magnificent native forests, and describes and generously illustrates more than species. A beautiful, fun to read and comprehensive book on the native trees of New Zealand. NZ$ but well worth it. Enjoyed having it as a companion as we toured the North Island and explored the Coromandel Peninsula and Northland as well as learning more about the South Island forests that I had enjoyed for the two years we lived in Christchurch.5/5. A guide and gift book in equal measure, this treasure of a book pays homage to New Zealand's native plant species. By Robert Vennell. Meaning of Trees - New Zealand Nature. Description. THIS TITLE IS NOW OUT OF PRINT. A REVISED EDITION IS DUE OCTOBER If the monumental New Zealand’s Native Trees has inspired you to venture into the outdoors to look more closely at our unique tree flora, this field guide is the perfect companion to take along. Compact enough to fit in a day-pack, it contains detailed information on all native trees found on the main islands.

This is a new kind of tree book, not a guide to species or simply a photographic study, it is a collection of individual portraits of the most remarkable trees in New Zealand. Mysterious and awe-inspiring, these mighty and often sacred trees have fascinating lives and histories - many have been around for hundreds of years, some for thousands. Genre/Form: Local history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burstall, S.W. (Stanley Walter), Great trees of New Zealand. Wellington: Reed, © The gallery below is just a sampling of some of the introduced trees and shrubs found in New Zealand. Botany in a Day: The Patterns Method of Plant Identification works well to identify most cultivars for anyone who doesn't know the trees already. I hauled my own book all over the country, geeking out on native and introduced trees and flowers. New Zealand's Native Trees is a landmark book that describes and generously illustrates more than species. Beginning with the magnificent conifers and iconic tree ferns, and giving full treatment to the numerous flowering species, including the distinctive southern beeches, the often-overlooked coprosmas and the curious tree daisies, this Reviews: 3.

New Zealand's Native Trees is a landmark book, the kind that is published only once in a generation. It celebrates our unique and maficent native forests, and describes and generously illustrates more than species, subspecies and varieties. If the monumental New Zealand's Native Trees has inspired you to venture into the outdoors to look more closely at our unique tree flora, this field guide is the perfect companion to take along. Compact enough to fit in a day-pack, it contains detailed information on all native trees found on the main islands of New Zealand, including Stewart Island and the Chathams.5/5(2). New Zealand's native trees are truly remarkable. From the massive kauri, the third-largest tree in the world, the showy pohutukawas and ratas, and the ubiquitous cabbage tree to rare and endangered species found only on offshore islands, our glorious and diverse trees deserve to be recognised, understood and celebrated. Prior to my trip, I ordered Andrew Crowe's Mini Guide to the Identification of New Zealand Native Trees. It is a nice little book, except that it lacked family names, so I looked up each tree on Wikipedia prior to the adventure, and I wrote the family names in the book for reference, which proved to be a useful learning aid along the way.