Literature Useful To The Study Of Florida Plants
Coastal and Seaside Plants
NOTE: This listing is not being maintained. The contents are being migrated to the Herbarium Library catalog.
- Barnett, Michael R. and David W. Crewz. 1990. An introduction to planting and maintaining selected common coastal plants in Florida. Florida Sea Grant Report No. 97. Sea Grant Extension Program, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. vi, 108 p.
- Carlton, Jedfrey M. 1977. A survey of selected coastal vegetation communities of Florida. Florida Marine Research Publications No. 30. Marine Research Laboratory, Florida Dept. of Natural Resources, St. Petersburg, FL. 40 p.
- Davis, John H., Jr. 1975. Stabilization of beaches and dunes by vegetation in Florida. Report No. 7. Sea-Grant Program, Marine Advisory Program, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. iv, 52 p.
- Duncan, Wilbur H. and Marion B. Duncan. 1987. The Smithsonian guide to seaside plants of the Gulf and Atlantic coasts from Louisiana to Massachusetts, exclusive of lower peninsular Florida. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. 409 p.
- Menninger, Edwin A. 1964. Seaside plants of the world: a guide to planning, planting, and maintaining salt-resistant gardens. Hearthside Press, Inc., Great Neck, NY. 303 p.
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Last content update: 24 March 1997
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