Flowers Of The Field - Steve Nicholls
From the grasslands of the Outer Hebrides to the chalk cliffs of Kent, Britain offers a richly varied array of habitats for wild flowers. The distinguished science and natural history producer and filmmaker Steve Nicholls presents a visually stunning survey of Britain's best-loved wildflowers, illustrated with the his own beautiful photographs of flora in their habitat.
Flowers Of The Field probes deep into the social and cultural history of wild flowers to tell a plethora of fascinating stories, from the 'daffodil trains' which transported Londoners to the 'golden triangle' in Gloucestershire to experience woodlands carpeted with wild daffodils, to the odd case of the Bath asparagus which isn't an asparagus at all, but rather the edible flower buds of the rare spiked star of Bethlehem, which used to grow in abundance around Bath.
Apollo (3 Oct. 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN: 978-1789540543
- Dimensions: 18 x 3.5 x 24 cm
- 448 pages
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