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The genus Galanthus

by Aaron P. Davis

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Published by Timber Press in Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Snowdrops.,
  • Snowdrops -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAaron P. Davis ; illustrations by Christabel King.
    ContributionsRoyal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.A484 D28 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination297 p. :
    Number of Pages297
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL390358M
    ISBN 100881924318
    LC Control Number98056148

    The genus Galanthus Note: Timber Press, Portland, Oregon; Lledó, M. D. et al. Phylogenetic analysis of Leucojum and Galanthus (Amaryllidaceae) based on plastid matK and nuclear ribosomal spacer (ITS) DNA sequences and morphology. Pl. Syst. The book Snowdrops has this to say about ‘S. Arnott’: 1, types of cultivated snowdrops all originated from just 20 snowdrop species found in the wild and making up the genus Galanthus. This post is the second in a series of posts profiling the important snowdrop species, which are all great garden plants in their own right.

    Galanthus plicatus Dionysus has a mainly double flower, but sometimes will have a single or semi-double. A green upside down heart marks the outside of the inner petals. This flower stands 8"" tall.   In this book, Gail Harland explores the role snowdrops have played in gardens and popular culture alike, as a treasured genus for enthusiast growers and an important symbol of hope and consolation. Harland explores a variety of cultural meanings for the deceptively petit flower.

    The generic name Galanthus, from the Greek gala (milk) and anthos (flower), was given to the genus by Carl Linnaeus in He described Galanthus nivalis in his Species Plantarum published in Clade: Angiosperms. Snowdrops and snowflakes: a study of the genera diploid Distribution Dobruja elwesii Erinosma Ewbank filaments white filiform flowers form of G Galanthus nivalis Garden 45 genera genus geographical glaucous Gottlieb-Tannenhain graecus green markings round grows Highdown Hort ikariae subsp imperati a study of the genera Galanthus and.


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The genus Galanthus by Aaron P. Davis Download PDF EPUB FB2

This monograph treats the 18 species & includes most of the more than named cultivars. From the Publisher. The genus Galanthus, commonly known as snowdrops, is a well-known and much-loved group of plants. Among its species are some of the most charming late-winter- /5(2).

The genus Galanthus, commonly called snowdrops, numbers among its species the most charming of the late-winter- and early-spring-flowering bulbs. They are hardy, and their ethereal white flowers appear when all else in the garden is still bound by winter.5/5(1).

The definitive work of reference for the genus Galanthus, describing both wild species and horticultural cultivars in an accessible and interesting way.

Stunning photographic illustrations throughout/5. This monograph mentions the 18 species of Genus Galanthus, commonly called snowdrops, and their subspecies and varieties. It is published in conjunction with the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. List Bulbs, Catalogue: Fall Planted, Genus: Galanthus.

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The Genus Galanthus: A Botanical Magazine Monograph. Davis, Aaron P.; Royal Botanic Kew Gardens Staff. The Genus Galanthus: A Botanical Magazine Monograph Davis, Aaron P.; Royal Botanic Kew Gardens Staff Published by Timber Press, Incorporated ().

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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Genus Galanthus by Aaron P - AbeBooks Passion for books. The genus Galanthus, commonly called snowdrops, are natives of Europe and the Near East.

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bei - ISBN - ISBN - Timber Press - - Hardcover4/5(1). Galanthus genus All galanthus species are part of the Amaryllicaceae family, which is named after the Amaryllis genus from South-Africa. Notable other members of this family include daffodils (Narcissus), Sternbergia, Hippeastrum, Clivia and of course the closely related genera of Leucojum and Acis.

At £35 this is indeed a valuable addition to the genus Galanthus books everyone has a different approach for me this is well worth the asking price, cheers Ian the Christie kind «Last Edit: SeptemAM by Maggi Young». Galanthus ikariae ex DA closed flower ( kB, x - viewed times.) Galanthus ikariae ex DA ( kB, x - viewed times.) Galanthus ikariae ex DA leaves ( kB, x - viewed times.) Galanthus ikariae ex DA leaves ( kB, x - viewed Galanthus is a small genus of perennial bulbs in the Amaryllis family.

Galanthus nivalis is the best known species, but others are in cultivation, particularly by collectors. Description. All species of Galanthus have bulbs, linear leaves, and erect flowering stalks, destitute of leaves but bearing at the top a solitary pendulous bell-shaped : Amaryllidaceae.

Galanthus elwesii, JD Hooker, Curtis's Botanical Magazine Galanthus elwesii (Elwes's snowdrop, greater snowdrop) is one of a number of species of the genus Galanthus, herbaceous, perennial, bulbous plants belonging to the family : Amaryllidaceae.

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We promote the cultivation, conservation, and knowledge of rock garden plants, their value, habits and geographical distribution. This includes woodland and alpines as well as desert, bog and steppe. Taxonomy of the Genus Galanthus L. R.H.S. Daffodil and Tulip Year Book. Bishop, M. The appearance and diversity of inverse poculiform snowdrops.

Galanthus is a small genus of approximately 20 species of bulbous perennial herbaceous plants in the family Amaryllidaceae. The plants have two linear leaves and a single small white drooping bell shaped flower with six petal-like (petaloid) tepals in two circles (whorls).

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Davis and Christabel King | 15 Sep More buying choices £ (10 used & new offers) Plant Lover's Guide to Snowdrops (Plant Lover's Guides).Snowdrops and Snowflakes: A Study of the Genera Galanthus and Leucojum by F.C.

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