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  1. Key Resource 2006-11-01 Turn your Florida yard into a beautiful cornucopia of delicious fruit. You can grow many of the world's best-tasting fruits in Florida's subtropical environment. Complete profiles of 80 native and non-native fruiting plants, ranging from the familiar, such as the strawberry and orange, to the...
  2. This easy-to-carry pocket guide presents key descriptions of over 250 bird species that occur in southern Florida, either as residents or migrants. The 335 generally excellent color photographs combined with good copy entitle this book to inclusion in general as well as specific birdwatcher...
  3. Make bird watching in Florida even more enjoyable! With Stan Tekiela’s famous field guide, bird identification is simple and informative. There’s no need to look through dozens of photos of birds that don’t live in Florida. This book features 140 species of Florida birds, organized by color for...
  4. Expertly researched and photographed, this guide offers an excellent reference book for anyone interested in the Florida landscape. 274 color photos of Florida's more popular turfgrass, bedding plants, perennials, groundcovers, palms, shrubs, trees, vines and interior foliage. Each plant has the...
  5. 1969-01-05 This gives an overview of the history of soybeans in Florida with information on growing and using the soybeans for animal feed. 120 pages, illustrations, photos
  6. 1998-01-01 The most comprehensive field guide available to the flora and fauna of Florida--a portable, essential companion for visitors and residents alike--from the go-to reference source for over 18 million nature lovers. This compact volume contains: An easy-to-use field guide for identifying 1,000 of...
  7. Five Decades with Tropical Fruit is the personal journey of WIlliam Francis Whitman. This 496-page book contains his collected papers and hundreds of photographs extending back to when he got the tropical fruit "bug" on a 1947 trek to Tahiti. 2 Copies
  8. A "Florida native plant" refers to a species occurring within the state boundaries prior to European contact, according to the best available scientific and historical documentation. Florida native plants include those species understood as indigenous, occurring in natural associations in...
  9. This book lists sources for regulatory, permitting, production, marketing, export and financial assistance information.
  10. 2007-03-01 This book features both common and hard-to-find fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices and bamboo for Southwest Florida. It includes fruiting trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants, fruiting vines, brambles, tropical vegetables, herbs, spices, bamboo, tropical and subtropical fruit tree ripening chart,...