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Prairie Seedling and Seedling Evaluation Guide

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This lay-flat spiral-bound guide is unique because it includes photos and drawings of seeds, seedlings, and mature plants. Perfect size for a glove box or backpack so you can identify native plants wherever you go.

  • Seed measurements are included in mm
  • Seedlings are photographed next to a penny for easy size comparison
  • Line drawings of mature plants are included
  • Look-alikes are also identified, along with tips on differentiating imposters from the real thing
  • Habitat and flowering times are listed to help with identification

 

Weight9 oz
Dimensions8.5 × 6 × 1 in

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