FLORA OF HERTFORDSHIRE IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT– some specialist natural history booksellers may still have copies
A must for everyone who enjoys the Hertfordshire countryside and finding wild flowers. Includes over 2000 species of vascular plants, sub-species and hybrids recorded in the county during the Hertfordshire Flora Survey 1987-2005, with distribution maps and comparisons with earlier surveys.
Foreword by well known author and plant expert, Richard Mabey.
Published and distributed by Hertfordshire Natural History Society in December 2009. A4 format, hardback, 528 pages, full colour throughout. You can buy this book direct from Hertfordshire Natural History Society with your credit or debit card using the PayPal link below. You can choose to have the book delivered by post for £35 or collect from HNHS at 250 Sandridge Road, St Albans, AL1 4AL for £25.
Introductory sections describe the history of botanical recording, Hertfordshire's physical make-up - geology, soils, climate and hydrology, the history of our natural landscape; our wild plant habitats; their ecology and changing flora and a brief discussion of alien plants in Hertfordshire.
The species accounts include both English and scientific names, date first recorded, distribution maps by tetrad (for species with more than eight records), analysis of status and changes since the publication of the 1967 Flora by John Dony (including 634 of the 1967 distribution maps for comparison).
Appendices cover a Hertfordshire Plant Red Data list, a selected, bibliography and sources and a brief guide to places of botanical interest to visit in Hertfordshire.
Author, Trevor James, is the HNHS and BSBI recorder for vascular plants in Hertfordshire and has in-depth knowledge of both flora and other aspects of its natural history.
You can buy this book direct from Hertfordshire Natural History Society with your credit or debit card using the PayPal link below. You can choose to have the book delivered by post for £35 or collect from HNHS at 250 Sandridge Road, St Albans, AL1 4AL for £25.