Though often considered exotic and rare, orchids can be found across climates and continents—and Minnesota is no exception, with forty-nine wild orchids. Native Orchids of Minnesota features detailed drawings and color photographs that make reliable identification practical even for beginners—a guide and a resource for the serious naturalist, the weekend botanist, and the connoisseur of natural beauty.
Subjects: Botany & Plant Sciences
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