BOOKS

Field Guide to Forest and Mountain Plants in Northern Arizona. 2009. Spinger, J.D., M.L. Daniels, and M Nazaire. 2009. Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University.

Native Plants for High-Elevation Western Gardens. 2010 (2d edition). Busco, J. and N.R. Morin. 2003. Fulcrum Publishing. Boulder, CO.

Plants of Arizona: A Field Guide. 2012 (2nd edition). Epple, A.O. 2012. Falcon Guides, Guilford, Connecticut.

Plant Identification Terminology: An Illustrated Glossary. 2nd edition. Harris, J.G. and M.W. Harris. Spring Lake Publishing, Spring Lake, Utah.

Weeds of California and Other Western States. 2007. DiTomaso, J.M. and E.A. Healy. University of California Publication 3488.

Weeds of the West. 2002. Whitson, T.D. (editor). University of Wyoming, Jackson, Wyoming.

Wildflowers and Other Herbaceous Plants of Utah Rangelands: A Field Guide. 2013. Banner, R., M. Pratt, J. Bowns, and C. Feid. Utah State University, Utah. 

 

Web resources

FACT SHEETS

Common Weeds of the Yard and Garden: a guidebook. Utah State University Cooperative Extension. 2011.

Fact sheets for invasive exotic plants. Learning Center of the American Southwest. 2008.

Noxious Weed Field Guide for Utah. 2010 (4th edition). Belliston, N., R. Whitesides, S. Dewey, J. Merritt, and S. Burningham. Utah State University Extension.

Grasses and Grasslike Plants of Utah: A Field Guide. 2011 (2d edition). Banner, R., M.Pratt, and J. Bowns. Utah State University Extension, Utah. 

Non-Native Invasive Plants of Arizona. 2009 (2d edition). Howrey, L.D. (editor). University of Arizona Cooperative Extension. 

 

IMAGE GALLERIES

Calphotos. Plants. University of California at Berkeley.

Noxious Weed Gallery, California Department of Food and Agriculture’s CDFA's Noxious Weed Photographic Gallery

SEINet Image Library. SEINet Arizona-New Mexico Chapter.

Weed Images. The Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. University of Georgia

Weed photo gallery. Introduction - find a weed tool. University of California Integrated Pest Management.

Weed photo gallery. University of California Integrated Pest Management

XID Services: Weed identification. Richard Old.

 

TOPICS

Forest Restoration for Homeowners. A Guide for Residents of Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests. 2007. Minard, A. and P. Friederici (editor). Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University. 

Horticulture topics. University of Nevada Cooperative Extension. Click on “Horticulture” for publications on a variety of horticultural topics, including fact sheets about invasive plants.

How to Eradicate Invasive Plants. 2013. Chace, T.D. Timber Press, Portland, Oregon. Invasive Weed Identification for Nevada. (2003) Johnson, W., R. Wilson, and J. Graham University of Nevada Cooperative Extension. 

Invasive Non-native Plants that Threaten Wildlands in Arizona. A categorized list. 2005. Arizona Wildlands Invasive Plant Working Group.

Invasive plants. U.S. Forest Service

Restoring Native Plants and Landscapes. A Guide for Residents of Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests. 2004. Minard, A. and P. Friederici (editor). Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University. 

Soil solarization for gardens and landscapes. University of California Integrated Pest Management.

 

LOCAL RESOURCES

This section is under development.

Coconino County Extension office

Coconino Master Gardeners Association

Garden in Flagstaff