A Plant Walk 8-DVD Series - with Mors Kochanski
This 8 DVD set goes through to identify approximately 240 plants both with the Latin and Common names on each video. Although Mors explains how to identify the plants, he also goes into detail as to whether the plants are edible, medicinal, or poisonous. Although the plants represented in these videos are mainly found throughout Canada, it doesn't mean these plants don't exist elsewhere.
This Set Contains:
- Volume 1 (70 minutes)
- Volume 2 (68 minutes)
- Volume 3 (77 minutes)
- Volume 4 (56 minutes)
- Volume 5 (87 minutes)
- Volume 6 (71 minutes)
- Volume 7 (70 minutes)
- Master Tape (55 minutes)
This video covers 240 slides in 40 minutes. Each plant is on for ten seconds, giving you the opportunity to challenge your knowledge. Then if you think you are really good, all 240 slides are on for less than 10 minutes. Sheets with the Common and Latin names of all 240 slides are included with this video. A list of all plant names in both Latin and common names are included.
Volume 1 (70 minutes)
Plants identified are: Silverweed, Marsh Hedge Nettle, Plantain, Brown Eyed Susan, Yellow Ladies Slipper, Meadow Buttercup, Alpine Bistort, Pink Pussytoes, Cream-Colored Peavine, Purple Vetch or Common Vetch, Canada Thistle, Arrowleaf and Palmated Coltsfoot, Sundew, Round Leaf Orchid, Caraway, Ox-Eye Daisy, Wire Rush, Macoun’s Buttercup, Heart-Leaved Alexanders, Blue- Eyed Grass, Common Red Paint Brush, Alpine Milk-Vetch, Bear Root, Western Wood Lily, Wild Lily of the Valley, Smooth Fleabane, Purple Avens, Drummond’s Thistle, Mealy Primrose, Balsam Groundsel, Northern Green Bog Orchid, Elephant’s- Head, Pink Pyrola, Bunchberry and Fireweed. Questions on the plants are included.
Volume 2 (68 minutes)
Plants identified are: Death Camus, Wood Betony, Alpine Rock Jasmine, Cusick’s Paint-brush, Yellow Columbine, Lance Leaved Stonecrop, Alpine Goldenrod, Monkshood (Mountain), Moss Campion, Wooly Lousewort, Marsh Valarian, Tall Larkspur, Shooting Star, Field Chickweed, Alpine Pussytoes, Sheep Sorrel, Sweet Grass, Showy Locoweed, Yellow Rattle, Short Beaked Agoseris, Elk Thistle, Yellow Mountain Avens, Common Bladder Campion, Northern Gentian, Richardson’s Geranium, Tall Jacob’s Ladder, Smooth Blue Beardtongue, Pasture Sagewort, Toad Flax, Tansy, Timothy, Quack Grass, White/Red/Alsike Clover, Stiff Club Moss/Ground Pine and Yarrow. Questions on the plants are included.
Volume 3 (77 minutes)
Plants identified are: Water Smartweed, Nodding Beggarticks, Rough Hair Grass, Water Arum, Small Fruited Bulrush, Marsh Marigold, Marsh Cinquefoil, Canada Anemone, Calla Lily, Buckbean, Marsh Skullcap, Tule Reed (Great Bulrush), Giant Burreed, Floating Bog, Common Cattail, Bulbiferous Hemlock, Water Parsnip, Water Hemlock, Rat Root (Sweet Flag), Cow Parsnip, Western Dock, Blue Columbine, Veiny Meadow Rue, Western Canada Violet, Strawberry, Dewberry,Stinging Nettle, MacKenzie’s Hedysarum, Wild Sarsaparilla, Blue Bells. Questions on the plants are included.
Volume 4 (56 minutes)
Plants identified are:
Nodding Onion, Common Greater Burdock, Fringed Aster, Pasture Sage, Rabbitbrush, Goat’s Beard, Baby’s-Breath, Old Man Sage, Prickly Pear, Curly Cup Gumweed, Tufted White Prairie Aster, Giant Wild Rye Grass, Three Tip Sagebrush, Common Mullein, Crested Wheat Grass, Common Wormwood, Milkweed, Spreading Dogbane, Gromwell or Yellow Puccoon, Wolf Lichen, Pearly Everlasting, Hooded Ladies Tresses, Pink Pyrola, Spotted Knapweed, Bull Thistle, Greater Northern Aster, Skunk Cabbage, Self Heal, False Box, False Hellebore, False Solomon’s Seal, Sweet Scented Bedstraw, Eyebright, Wild Catnip and Fairy Bells. Questions on the plants are included.
Volume 5 (87 minutes)
Plants identified are:
Buckbrush, Snowberry, Bracted Honeysuckle, Twining Honeysuckle, High Bush Cranberry, Red Raspberry, Buckbrush, Red Osier Dogwood, Bebb’s Willow, Alder, Labrador Tea, Bog Rosemary, Northern Gooseberry, Northern Black Currant, Pin Cherry, Choke Cherry, Saskatoon, Bog Birch, Yellow Witches Broom, White Spruce, Black Spruce, Spruce Resin, Balsam Fir, Balsam Fir Cones, Tamarack. Questions on the plants are included.
Volume 6 (71 minutes)
The plants identified are:
Limber Pine, Western Hemlock, Western Red Cedar, Douglas Maple, Hazelnut, Western Mountain Ash, Engelmann Spruce, Sub Alpine Fir, Dwarf Birch, Shrubby Cinquefoil, Yellow Mountain Heather (Heath), Hoary Willow, Buffalo Berry, Pink Spirea, White Admiral (butterfly), Thimble Berry, Red Elderberry, Spiny Wood Fern, Goat’s Beard, Bracken Fern, Red Osier Dogwood, White Spruce, Pear-Shaped Puffball, Ponderosa Pine, Black Hawthorn, Oregon Grape, Snowberry, Prickly Rose, White Virgin’s Bower, Great Burdock and an identification talk on cones of the Limber Pine, Lodgepole Pine, Jack Pine, Tamarack, Ponderosa Pine, Fir, Balsam Fir, White Spruce, Black Spruce and Engelmann. Questions on the plants are included.
Volume 7 (70 minutes)
The plants identified are:
Aspen, Choke Cherry, Dogbane, Common Juniper, Devil’s Club, Baneberry, Paper Birch, Spider, White Poplar/Black Poplar, Aspen Conk, Aspen Stocking Moss, Aspen Burl, Fire Killed Lodgepole Pine, Ants in Lodgepole Pine, Woodland Agaric, Belted Conk, Fairy Stool, Aspen Rough Stem, Field Mushroom, Fluted White Elfin Saddle, Brown Cup, Grasshopper, Smoky Polypore, Aspen Rough Stem, Sketch Pad Fungus, Orange Jelly, Delicious Lactarius, Low Bush Cranberry, Crowberry, Prickly Wild Rose, Mountain Cranberry/Small Bog Cranberry, Hemp Nettle, Red Elderberry/Stinging Elderberry, Wolf Willow and a Group Identification.
Questions on the plants are included.