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Two questions, please:

Do your book contain plenty of identifying photos/drawings?

Do you offer the series yourself as a set?

Thank you!

I&K, resident of Georgia's NE mtns

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I don't include photos in my books because 1) Field guides and phone apps are better. 2) My books tend to run 400+ pages usually and pics would make them way too long and too expensive with the photo quality paper and ink.

Thanks for asking about sets. I don't now, but i might when I finish the series. I have at least 2 more to go in the medicinal plants of the southeast series.

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Jun 6, 2023Liked by Judson Carroll

Have you field guides for our area you can recommend? Everything I pick up a foraging etc guide,I'm lucky if it has 5 plants local to our mtns.

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Sure. The Peterson Field Guides to Medicinal and Edible plants of the easter US, along with Botany in a Day are essential. Also, any field guide published by UGA - I have a few and they are very good!

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Thank you so much! Nothing beats a book in hand!

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