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Preface 1 Introduction: the allure of mountain flowers 2 What are mountain flowers? 3 Origins and survival of our mountain flora 4 Zones of life 5 Southern outliers 6 The mountain heart of Wales 7 Peaks and dales 8 Upper Teesdale and the north Pennines 9 The Lake District and Northumberland 10 The Southern Uplands 11 The Glens of Angus and Aberdeenshire 12 Hills of the southern Highlands 13 The Breadalbane hills 14 The Cairngorms and north-east Highlands 15 The western Highlands and islands 16 Hills of the far north 17 The arctic fringe 18 Mountain conundrums 19 Looking to the future

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Bringing a 21st-century perspective to the understanding of Britain's mountain flora.

About the Author

Michael Scott became interested in the flora of Britain's mountain and sub-arctic regions while studying botany at Aberdeen University. He has walked many of the hills of Scotland, Wales and northern England looking for wild flowers in magnificent scenery, and has also botanised widely in the Arctic. For many years he ran a field course on mountain flowers at a field centre in Highland Perthshire. He is a former Scottish Officer of Plantlife, the wild plant conservation charity, and former Deputy Chairman of Scottish Natural Heritage. He was awarded an OBE in 2005 for services to biodiversity conservation in Scotland.

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Superbly written and readable ... I highly recommend this book! -- Su Gough * BTO book reviews *
Wonderfully conveys the feeling that looking for alpine plants is one of the most exciting of all the forays we can make into exploring Britain's wild plants -- Noel Kingsbury * Gardens Illustrated *
Mountain Flowers is a superb introduction to these elusive but tenacious plants. * Gardens Illustrated *
A great guide for the hill walker but also a great read for the armchair traveller. * Gardens Illustrated *
In this richly illustrated and engaging account, botanist and conservationist Michael Scott travels from Cornwall to Shetland, sharing a lifetime of knowledge of Arctic-alpine plants along the way. * BBC Wildlife *
This beautifully produced book left me wanting to climb to the high places to admire these pioneering species. * BBC Wildlife *

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