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Native Plant References
Native Plant Reference Information
2011, Michael Laurie
Thanks to the following for providing information that was used in the creation of this list:
NATIVE PLANTS REFERENCES
The following books will further your knowledge of the
native plants of our region and help you choose the
right plants for your gardening projects:
Flora of Mount Rainier National Park.
Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2000. 506 pp.
Flora of the Pacific Northwest.
Cronquist, Arthur and C. Leo Hitchcock.
With illustrations by Jeanne R. Janish. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1973. 730 pp.
Gardening with Native Plants of the Pacific Northwest
by Arthur R. Kruckeberg; University of Washington Press, 1982.
Landscaping for Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest
by Russell Link
Artwork by Lucia Harrison
Native Plants in the Coastal Garden: A Guide for
Gardeners in the Pacific Northwest
by April Pettinger
Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast: Washington,
Oregon, British Columbia, and Alaska
by Jim Pojar and Andy MacKinnon
Sunset Western Garden Book
Kathleen Norris, ed.; Sunset Publishing Corp., 2001.
Trees and Shrubs for Pacific Northwest Gardens
by John and Carol Grant; Timber Press, Inc., 1990.
A Field Guide to the Common Wetland Plants of Western Washington and Northwest Oregon 417 pp.
Cooke, Sarah Spear, ed. Seattle: Seattle Audubon Society, 1997.
Perfect Plant, Perfect Place
by Roy Lancaster; DK Publishing, Inc., 2002.
Cascade-Olympic Natural History. Mathews, Daniel. Portland:
Raven Editions in conjunction with Portland Audubon Society, 1988. 625pp.
Wayside Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest. Strickler, Dee. Columbia Falls: The Flower Press, 1993. 272 pp.
Sagebrush Country A Wildflower Sanctuary. Taylor, Ronald J. , Missoula: Mountain Press Publishing Company, 1992. 211 pp.
A to Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants
American Horticultural Society, DK Publishing, Inc., 1996.