WINTER BOTANY
Winter botany, photo courtesy of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serivce, taken by Robert A. Karges In the woods, in parks, in the garden and right around the house, plenty of plants can be observed and admired in the winter. Maybe the most fun comes from identifying them, and noticing their special winter adaptations. Books are the main helpers we have for that project. Here are some books you can review and order from Amazon.com:

Winter Tree Identification:

Herbaceous Plants:

Grasses, Sedges, etc.:

Gardens:

Mosses & Liverworts:

Ferns: