Spring Wildflowers of Henry W. Coe State Park

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Spring Wildflowers of Henry W. Coe State Park and the Inland San Francisco Bay Area is available for sale at the park and can also be purchased by mail. The book contains over 270 color pictures of wildflowers common to Henry W. Coe State Park. Many of these flowers are also common in other inland areas around the San Francisco Bay. The book includes thumbnail photos to help easily identify different species, and descriptive as well as interesting information about the plants.

The author of the book is Barry Breckling, long-time (now retired), much admired ranger at Coe Park.

Spring Wildflowers of Henry W. Coe State Park by Barry Breckling: xix, 95 pages, 8½ x 11, 13 ounces.

New Printing with Wire Binding

The latest printing is constructed with 3:1 pitch twin-loop wire binding. Unlike the original comb binding, it is more durable and has the ability to lay completely flat when opened. The best news of all is the price is exactly the same as it was before.

Order online (U.S. addresses only)

The book is available online for $24.83 (plus $7.20 each for shipping) using a credit card or PayPal. Sales tax will be applied for California residents.

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Order by mail

If you would like to order the book by mail, send a check for $34.14 per book (which includes applicable taxes and shipping) payable to The Pine Ridge Association to:

Wildflower Book Request
9100 East Dunne Ave.
Morgan Hill, CA  95037

For bulk order inquiries on the Coe Park Map or other PRA publications, please use the PRA Contact Form.
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Available at the Headquarters Visitor Center

The book is sold at the Headquarter Visitor Center for $24.83 plus tax.

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