Chrysanthemums. I. n 1796 William Curtis (1746–1799), botanical writer and editor of the Botanical Magazine, widely known as Curtis's ... the 'Indian' chrysanthemum or (in the classical language of botanists) the Chrysanthemum indicum.
Author: Twigs Way
Publisher: Reaktion Books
Drawing its allure from the gold of the sun and the rule of the emperors, the chrysanthemum winds its way through ancient Chinese culture into the gardens of French impressionist painters and onto the pages of American novels. The flower signifies both life and death, as parts of Europe associate it with mourning while others celebrate it for its golden rays that light the autumnal gloom. In this fascinating book, Twigs Way follows the fortunes of the flower through philosophy, art, literature, and death, recounting the stories of the men and women who became captivated by this extraordinary bloom. With a range of vibrant illustrations, including works by Hiroshige, Monet, and Mondrian, Chrysanthemum will captivate lovers of art, flowers, history, and culture.
E CHRYSANTHEMUM SOCIETIES Chrysanthemum Society of India , New Delhi , A - 267 , Defence Colony , New Delhi , Pin - 110027 . National Chrysanthemum Society , 65 , St. Margaret's Avenue , Whetstone , London , N209HT .
Author: S. C. Dey
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
Category: Social Science
The Culture Of Chjysanthemum, As A Hobby Or For Commercial Purpose, Provides An Extensive Field For Pleasure And Study. No Other Cultivated Flower Can Be Compared With Chrysanthemum With Regard To The Delicacy Of Lasting Beauties. The Range Of Colour Is So Wide, Variety Of Forms Is So Great And The Multitude Of Novelties Is Rushing So Fast That A Sensible Grower Can Well Satisfy His Thirst For Beauty, Longing For Variation And Craze For The New. The Primary Purpose Of This Book Is To Help Growers Understand The Principle And Procedure For Raising Blooms Of An Improved Quality. The Professionally Advanced People Will Have The Major Portion Of The Text Written In Details Analysing The Horticultural Principle Based On The Latest Developments In This Field.
40 incl . postage and packing PESTS , DISEASES AND NUTRITIONAL DISORDERS OF CHRYSANTHEMUMS £2 . 95 incl . postage and packing Dr . Nigel Scopes has updated and expanded the book previously published by the Society .
... if the season is favourable , for the beautiful arrangements it can derive from the varieties of Chrysanthemum of ... arrangements are much easier to realise when the chrysanthemums have attained their full development in pots .
Bibliography Ueber Das Chrysanthemum indicum, j. B. Rupprecht. (1833), Germany. ... Cultivation of the Chrysanthemum, G. Talyor. (1851), England. ... Catalogue of Chrysanthemums, National Chrysanthemum Society. London, (1884).
Author: Dattajirao K. SalunkhePublish On: 2012-12-06
Chan AP (1950) The development of crown and terminal flower buds of Chrysanthemum morifolium. Proc Am Soc Hortic Sci 55:461 Dirkse FB (1981) Preharvest treatment of chrysanthemum against Botrytis cineraria. Acta Hortic 221 Ovlikowski LB ...
Author: Dattajirao K. Salunkhe
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The floricultural industry has been undergoing an unprecedented revolu tion in terms of the type of commodity produced and the production and marketing technology in both developed and developing countries. As a result of this revolution, as we know today, there is a flower for every purpose and for every person in the world, as is evident from the slogan of the Society for American Florists: "say it with flowers". In re cent years, the Latin American and European countries have become sizeable competitors for the North American fresh flower markets and the trend continues growing. Like any other crop production, floricultural production can be divided into three basic factors: (1) production costs (2) quality (3) transportation costs. All these must be optimum for this area or industry to be safe from competition. With increasing consumer awareness and the current recession, the pressure from the artificial floral products in dustry and also of neighbouring countries on the American fresh flower industry, and continued competition even amongst the growers, whole salers and retailers, quality in floricultural industry is becoming increas ingly important to all those concerned with handling these products. The visual quality aspects of the product are the sole determiner of consumer acceptability in this industry and, unlike fruits and vegetables, flowers cannot be marketed by just discarding the damaged portion.
The Atlas of Seeds and Fruits of Central and East-European Flora presents nearly 4,800 seed illustrations, supplemented with detailed seed descriptions, brief plant descriptions, and information on the locality and the native source of plants. The Carpathian flora covered here occurs not only in the Carpathian Mountains, but also in large lowlands extending towards the south, north and east and involves introduced and invading flora of more than 7,500 species. This publication is unique on two counts. Its scope extends to an unprecedented number of different plant seeds from a wide-ranging region. Moreover, it presents descriptions in unusual detail.
CHRYSANTHEMUM LITERATURE . C. Harman Payne , the well - known English chrysanthemum specialist , sends us advance sheets of a bibliography of the golden flower . The portion devoted to writings in English is here transcribed for ...
Tis called * The Gay Chrysanthemum , " I hope the words mean nothing wrong , I've often heard my aunt them hum . Pioneer The crowde all assemble , both great and both small , The little Japs , mister Jap , and the mum , To hail the full ...