If we're talking about Park's "Success with Seeds," I've also found it
an excellent reference. Hope they'll publish a new/updated version
soon, but the out-of-print one is terrific. Good indexes; plenty of
color photos; and good info on seed-starting conditions. I really
haven't consulted it for weed ID. Pat?
Right. It's not for weed ID, the plants it depicts are
flowers and veggies and herbs, not weeds.
I don't have a weed-ID book, actually but I wish I did.
'Park's Success with Seeds' is the book I check each time I
start a seed (except the ones I already know, of course).
Well, I suppose it *does* have weed ID of an exclusionary sort. If you
plant spinach, and have a picture of what a spinach sprout should look
like, and something quite different shows up, you can be fairly sure
it's not spinach. :-)
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