Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2015
This book is great if you're interested in tree identifying, which I have recently taken up. There are multiple detailed photos and descriptions per tree, which I love. The paper is high quality and while it's big, it is light enough to take out with you for some field work. Downsides: the page numbers don't always line up (it skips from page 224 to page 257, then from 288 to 225) which isn't good for a reference book, as at first you will be depending on the index to find content. Also, I wish they elaborated more on the Willamette Valley, as that's where I'm from - there's more Eastern Oregon shrubs than anything.