5 edition of The Genus Paeonia found in the catalog.
March 1, 2004
by Timber Press, Incorporated
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
The site offers a great collection of interesting reading material on the genus Paeonia, old and new. Paeonia Newsletter. Paeonia was an international newsletter for peony hybridizers. It was published quarterly from April to spring Paeonia was started in by Silvia Saunders (daughter of Prof. A. P. Saunders) and Roy Pehrson. Advances in Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries: Proceedings of the AHFE International Conference on Human in Intelligent Systems and Computing Paul Fechtelkotter epub.
A Study of the Genus Paeonia With fifteen illustrations in colour by Lilian Snelling and drawings by Lilian Snelling and Stella Ross-Craig by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain) (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Da Cheng Hao, Pei Gen Xiao, in Medicinal Plants, Other eudicots. The section Moutan of the genus Paeonia consists of eight species that are distributed in a small area of China. A wide range of metabolites, including monoterpenoid glucosides, flavonoids, tannins, stilbenes, triterpenoids, steroids, paeonols, and phenols, have been found in this section.
A study of the genus paeonia is the foremost guide to peony species throughout the world, published by the Royal Horticultural Society in with drawings by Stella Ross-Craig and Lillian Snelling, both regarded as among the greatest botanical illustrators of the 20th century. Domestic orders are shipped via the U.S. Postal Service (Priority Mail) starting at $ for the first book. Shipping cost may be slightly higher depending on weight of book and shipping destination. Media Mail shipping rate is also available: $ for the first book and $ for each additional. Overseas orders are billed at cost.
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The Genus Paeonia: Halda, Josef J., Waddick, James W.: : Books. Flip to back Flip to front. Listen Playing Paused You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition. Learn more/5(10). The Paperback of the The Genus Paeonia by Josef J. Halda, James W.
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The Genus Paeonia - Google Books Twenty-five species of the genus Paeonia are documented in these pages, including 40 subspecies and varieties. Also included herein is the closely related genus. Documents 25 species of genus Paeonia including 40 subspecies and varieties. This book offers information on growing peony species with a full account of soil considerations, hardiness, propagation, and diseases and pests.
The Genus Paeonia by Halda, Josef J./ Waddick, James W./ Haldova, Jarmila (Ilt) Twenty-five species of the genus Paeonia are documented, including 40 subspecies and varieties, accompanied by stunning botanical paintings.
In the 21st century the peony in the Western world has come close to attaining the status and desirability it has always held in Chinese society. This book is for gardeners who have already been seduced by peonies and want to find out how to choose the Reviews: 9.
The Genus Paeonia Josef J. Halda with James W. Waddick Botanical illustrations by Jarmila Haldov á. Peonies, of the genus Paeonia, are among the most dramatic and beautiful flowers for gardens. Although species of Paeonia are found in the wild throughout the northern Hemisphere, they are mainly associated with Asia and Asian gardens.
He documents 25 species in this book, including forty subspecies and varieties. It is an especially helpful resource for those gardeners who wish to grown uncommon as well as common varieties. National Gardener There is no other comparable book available and I wholeheartedly recommend The Genus Paeonia to all peony s: Frederick Claude Stern in his book A study of the genus Paeonia recognized in his subsection Foliolatae the species P.
daurica, P. mlokosewitschii and P. wittmanniana. In China, the cultivated tree peony is known as the King of Flowers, while in ancient Greece the herbaceous peony was dubbed the Queen of Herbs—a reminder that the genus Paeonia has been one of the most important and popular groups of plants in the world for millennia, coveted in East and West alike for both its ornamental and medicinal purposes.
This fully up-to-date monograph Reviews: 1. Hong De-Yuan's recent book on the genus paeonia, Peonies of the World published in with Part 2 released recently bring a great deal of order to correcting the inaccuracies found in peony species identification.
Some of the species offered are identified as accurately as. A very beautiful book for the rather serious peony lover.
Wild plants from around the world. Nice paintings and technical texts. Helpful. 0 Comment Report abuse out of 5 stars The Genus Paeonia. Reviewed in the United States on J Verified Purchase.
Book: A study of the genus paeonia. pp pp. 1 Abstract: The author of this beautifully-produced monograph, which recalls more spacious, easy times, will earn the gratitude of all lovers of this highly decorative garden flower. It is one of the finest flowers of all the species and there is a plate of it by Miss Snelling in my book “A Study of the Genus Paeonia”.
The white-flowered P. obovata alba comes out later, usually at the beginning of June; it has a delightful cup-shaped flower and obovate leaves of a brown-green colour. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stern, F.C. (Frederick Claude). Study of the genus Paeonia.
London, Royal Horticultural Society, Peonies of the World. Cloth $ ISBN: Published July For sale in Canada, Mexico, and the USA only. In China, the cultivated tree peony is known as the King of Flowers, while in ancient Greece the herbaceous peony was dubbed the Queen of Herbs—a reminder that the genus Paeonia has been one of the most important and popular groups of plants in the world for millennia.
The Genus Paeonia Twenty-five species of the genus Paeonia are documented in these pages, including 40 subspecies and varieties. Also included herein is the closely related genus Glaucidium. Peonies are treasured by gardeners for their longevity, lush foliage, rich fragrance, and landscape uses.
Captured within these pages are not only the flavor, charm, and history of the peony and its hybridizers but also expert information about the genus Paeonia and its many cultivars. The species are discussed, and from the thousand-odd listed cultivars of both tree and herbaceous peonies, Reviews: Paeoniaceae, the peony family (order Saxifragales), consisting of only the genus Paeonia with about 33 species distributed in Europe, Asia, and western North America.
Economically, the group is important for various garden species of peonies, whose showy large blossoms grow in. This is the second part of the three-volume set Peonies of the World, a comprehensive taxonomic revision of the genus on Hong De-Yuan’s extensive field work and supported by the National Geographic Society, this book contains color photographs taken from natural sites covering all peony species and subspecies, accompanied by descriptions of morphology and distribution.
Peonies of Greece: A Taxonomic and Historical Survey of the Genus Paeonia in Greece (Greek edition). by STEARN, William T. and DAVIS, Peter H. Kifissia:: Goulandris Natural History Museum, Systematic treatment of the Genus Paeonia L.
with some nomenclatural changes (). Acta Musei Richnoviensis 4 (2) Synopsis of the Genus Haworthia Duval, with some nomenclatural changes (). Acta Musei Richnoviensis 4 (2) Dwarf succulent saxifragas (section Porphyrion Engler & Irmscher) ().
Acta Musei Richnoviensis 4 (2) Popular books.Genus Paeonia I. Subgenus Paeonia Section Paeonia Subsection Paeonia P. officinalis ssp officinalis ssp banaticus ssp humilis ssp villosa P.
peregrina P. parnassica P. clusii P. rhodia Subsection Masculae P. mascula ssp mascula ssp arietina ssp russoi ssp atlantica ssp hellenica ssp boduri ssp kesrouanensis P. daurica ssp daurcia ssp.