Written in English
|Statement||H.P. Simpson, grower|
|Contributions||Simpson, H. P., Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
ASIA grows 4 1/2 feet and is one of the most wonderful Irises in cultivation. The flowers are of perfect shape and are very large. PARISIANA: While this is a moderate priced variety, until recent years it stood in a class entirely by itself. There are now some newer varieties of similar type, but it remains to be seen whether they are better. Bearded irises are the most widely grown type, and provide more than enough material for a book of this size. The information on how to grow bearded irises is thorough and accurate. For completeness, there is a chapter on known pests and diseases of irises, although Norris asserts (quite fairly, in my experience) that properly grown irises /5(42). Claire Austin's book A Gardener's Encyclopedia of Iris is a great book. It was sent promptly by betterworldbooks and, although more expensive than some, it is great on many types of iris and very modern. I think I will be using it as a reference for some time. The photographs are magnificent!Reviews: There are some species in the genus Iris. The most familiar irises are the tall (at least 28 inches) bearded irises (Iris germanica). These distinctive six-petaled flowers have three outer hanging petals (called “falls”) and three inner upright petals (called “standards”). Irises may be a “bearded” type or crested (“beardless”).
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With about different species scattered worldwide, gardeners probably know fewer of these flowers than any other popular group. It's all because of the intense interest in just a few of the species, for centuries. Today, of course, everything is dominated by our oversized, “bigger is better” passion for the tall Bearded Iris, also called German Iris (Iris germanica). Originally Posted on IceyBooks Irises was a book I picked up because of the cover. A hazy image of two girls, possibly sisters, overlooking moving water. Now that I've flipped over the last page, I've realized the cover depicts a type of sorrow that lingers through the pages. Irises is a tale of love and hope/5(). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dykes, William Rickatson, Handbook of garden irises. London, M. Hopkinson and Company, ltd., The Iris Published by the Associated Student Body of the South San Francisco High School. This page features a historical book or original document that was transcribed during as part of the Genealogy Today Subscription Data collection In records of this type, researchers may discover details about the educational experience.