Looking for a quick guide to common wild flowers? Gardens, grassy tracks, quiet lanes, hedgerows, playing elds and canal towpaths are a great place to look. Features 42 different flowers to spot.
Can you tell apart maple and sycamore? Beech and hornbeam? Pine, cedar, spruce and fir? Straightforward questions will quickly guide you to the right answers. Co-created with the Forestry Commission.
A great introductory guide to the countryside, with beautiful colour paintings of the common woody plants, wild flowers, berries and seed heads, birds, mammals and invertebrates that live in the hedgerow.
Showing 44 indicator species, this guide will help you carry out a Phase 1 habitat survey of grassland and marsh habitats.
Showing 62 indicator species, this guide will help you carry out a Phase 1 habitat survey of heath and mire habitats.
FSC Winter trees AIDGAP is a photographic guide to 36 of the common broad-leaved deciduous trees that are most likely to be found in the UK.
FSC Trees in winter AIDGAP is an identification guide to over 70 species of deciduous trees and shrubs in winter. It's lavishly illustrated with line drawings throughout.
FSC Water plants AIDGAP is an identification guide to all larger plants found in fresh water, including emergent plants. Now updated to Stace (4th edition).
Designed to help 11-14 year olds design and carry out independent biological investigations in a familiar and accessible habitat. Colour illustrations by Carol Roberts show a selection of plants common in playing fields and lawns.
From bluebell to wood sage, and dog's mercury to yellow archangel, thisguide includes 41 species of low-growing flowers and climbers.
Featuring 64 flowering plants of grasslands on lowland acid and neutral soils. Also includes a vegetative key. Use this concise fold-out guide to quickly put a name to the flowers that you see.
Featuring 63 flowering plants of grasslands on lowland chalk and limestone soils. Also includes a vegetative key.
Featuring over 40 flowering plants and ferns that give evidence a site has been continuously wooded for centuries.
FSC Floodplain meadows guide features 48 indicator species of flowering plants from this internationally rare and species-rich habitat. Species and communities give clues to a site’s history, management, soil fertility and water regime.
31 terrestrial plants restricted by UK and Irish legislation, including Perfoliate Alexanders, Pirri-pirri Bur, Skunk Cabbage, Japanese Knotweed, Variegated Yellow Archangel and Virginia Creeper.
From eelgrass to glasswort, from sea aster to scurvy grass, this guide covers 40 species of plants found on muddy seashores.