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01

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02

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03

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04

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05

Gumpton, Oscar W. and Fred C. Swope 1979 Wildflowers of the Shenandoah Valley and Blue Ridge Mountains University Press of Virginia Charlottesville.

06

Sanders, Jack 2003. The secrets of wildflowers. Lyons Press. Guilford CT.

07

Eastman, John. 1992. The book of Forest and Thicket Stackpole Books.

08

Eastman, John. 1995. The book of Swamp and Bog Stackpole Books.

09

Eastman, John. 2003. The book of Field and Roadside Stackpole Books.

10

Densmore, Frank 1928. “Uses of plants by the Chippewa Indians” 44th annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1926-1927. Dover reprint 1974,

11

Medina, Barbara and Victor Medina 2002. Southern Appalachian Wildflowers Falcon Guilford Connecticut

12

Hemmerly, Thomas 2000. Appalachian Wildflowers Univ. Georgia Press

13

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14

Stefferud, Alfred 1950. How to know the Wildflowers Mentor Books New York

15

Lounsberry, Alice  and Ellis Rowan, 1901. Southern Wildflowers ad Trees Fredrick A. Stokes Co. New York

16

Terwilliger, Karen 1991. Virginia’s Endangered Species. McDonald and Woodward Publishing Co. Blacksburg Va.

17

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18

Gleason, Henry 1968. The New Britton and Brown Illustrated Flora of the Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada. Hafner Publishing Co. New York

19

Foster, Steven and Roger Caras. 1994. Peterson Field Guides. Venomous animals and Poisonous Plants. Houghton Mifflin Co. Boston, New York

20

Peterson, Lee Allen1977. Peterson Field Guides. Edible Wild Plants. Houghton Mifflin Co. Boston, New York

21

James, Wilma Roberts 1973. Know your Poisonous Plants Naturegraph Publishers, Happy Camp California.

22

Martin, Laura C 1984. Wildflower Folklore. East Woods Press Charlotte NC.

23

Martin, Laura C 1989 Southern Wildflowers Longstreet Press Marietta Georgia

24

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25

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26

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27

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28

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29

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30

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31

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32

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33

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34

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35

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36

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36

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37

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38

Cox, Donald. 2005. A Naturalists Guide to Field Plants; An Ecology for Eastern North America. Syracuse University Press.

39

Crocket, Lawrence J. 1977. Wildly Successful Plants: A Handbook of North American Weeds. Collier Books, New York

40

Gibbons, Euell 1962. Stalking the Wild Asparagus. David McKay Co. New York

41

Hutchens, Alma R. 1992. A Handbook of Native American Herbs. Shambhala Boston & London

42

Rickett, Harold W. 1963, A New Field Book of American Wildflowers. Putnam’s Sons, New York.

43

Peterson, Roger T and Margaret McKenny. 1968 A Field Guide to Wildflowers of Northeastern and Northcentral North America. Houghton Mifflin Co. Boston

44

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46

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47

Birdseye, Clarence & Eleanor. 1951, Growing Woodland Plants. Oxford University Press. Dover reprint 1972.

48

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49

Smith, Richard M. 1998. Wildflowers of the Southern Mountains. Univ. Tennessee Press, Knoxville

50

Krochmal, Arnold and Connie. 1974. The Complete Illustrated Book of Dyes from Natural Sources. Doubleday.

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56
Schneider, Anny 2002. Wild Medicinal Plants. Stackpole Books. Mechanicsburg Pa.
57
Jones, Pamela 1994. Just Weeds. Chapters Publishing Ltd, Shelburn, VT
58
Aiken, George. 1968 Pioneering with Wildflowers Prentice-Hall, Inc. New Jersey
59
Bruce, Hal. 1976 How to Grow Wildflowers and Wild Shrubs and Trees in Your Own Garden. Alfred Knopf. New York
60
Phillips, Harry. 1985  Growing and Propagating Wild Flowers.  University of North Carolina Press.   Chapel Hill
61
Steffek, Edwin  1983  The New Wild Flowers and How to Grow Them  Timber Press   Portland 
62
Andrews, Jonathan 1987. The Country Diary Book of Creating a Wild Flower Garden Henery Holt and Company. New York
63
Taylor, Kathryn, and Stephen Hamblin. 1963 Handbook of Wildflower Cultivation. MacMillan Company. New York.
64
Stokes, Donald and Lillian Stokes 1992. The Wildflower Book: East of the Rockies Little Brown and Company
65
Art, Henery W. 1986. A Garden of Wildflowers. Garden Way Publishing
66
Art, Henery W. 1987. A Wildflower Gardener's Guide: Northeastern, Mid-Atlantic, Great lakes, and Eastern Canada Edition. Garden Way Publishing
67
Miles, Bebe, 1976. Wildflower Perennials for Your Garden. Hawthror Books New York
68
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Klimas, John and James Cunningham. 1974 Wildflowers of Eastern America. Alfred A. Knopf New York