-W. R. Remphrey

Descriptions of approximately 200 Species plus Cultivars

Over 2100 Images Linked to Text

Multiple Image Viewer

Searchable Database

Easy Access to Maps

Bibliography and Glossary of Terms

Design and Development

A multimedia CD-ROM with plant descriptions, photographs,

music and narration, designed to appeal to a wide audience from those interested mainly in pictures to the serious student of woody plants

  • students and teachers of landscape plants

  • home landscapers and gardeners

  • tree care professionals

  • landscape architects

  • nursery growers

  • naturalists

Easy to use software with 10 buttons that access various

components for :

  • help in identifying trees and shrubs grown in the Prairie Provinces

  • increasing knowledge of woody plant biology

  • facilitating use of woody plants in the landscape

  • increasing understanding of woody plants and prairie culture


Minimum computer requirements PC with Windows 9x, ME, NT4, 2000 or XP Video display 800 x 600, 24 bit colour, 16Mb ram (32 preferred); 75Mb hard disk space, sound blaster compatible sound card, 16X CD-ROM drive

Web page designed by: Lorne Adam, Last updated October 31, 2007

Woody Plants in the Prairie Landscape

Unique Windows Interface

Tutorial Help

Frequently asked questions

Information on locations where available


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