Wetland Plants of New England: A Guide to Trees, Shrubs, and Lianas
Wetland Plants of New England provides information on the rich woody flora of the region’s wetlands and offers a ready means of identifying these plants at any time of the year. Aimed at students, conservationists, interested citizens, and professional fieldworkers in the wetland sciences, it is intended to bridge the gap between more technical floras and overly-simple field guides with a focus on wetland trees, shrubs, and lianas. Coverage includes all woody species—native, naturalized, or escaped—within the six New England states that one may encounter in or around swamps, bogs, and marshes. 124 plant species, common or rare, are fully described, mapped & illustrated with an additional 50 species discussed for comparison purposes. Identification keys are provided for both summer or winter conditions.
Padgett, Donald J. (2016). Wetland Plants of New England: A Guide to Trees, Shrubs, and Lianas. Middleboro, MA: Spatterdock Press