Traces the history of such iconic Californian vegetation as orange trees, giant redwoods, and palm trees, including the impact the vegetation had on the people living and working in the state.Sequoia ofthe Sierra Nevada (1975), which, though dated, is better than the revised edition of 2002; and Dwight Willard, A Guide to the Sequoia Groves ofCalifornia (2000). Walter Fry and John R. White, Big Trees, rev. ed. ... On matters of size, see Robert Van Pelt, Forest Giants ofthe Pacific Coast (2001); and Wendell D. Flint, To Find the Biggest Tree (2002). On coast redwood, start with Michael G.
|Title||:||Trees in Paradise: A California History|
|Publisher||:||W. W. Norton & Company - 2013-10-28|