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By: Matt Bishop, Aaron Davis and John Grimshaw
370 pages, Col photos, illus
The definitive new work of reference for the genus Galanthus, describing both wild species and horticultural cultivars in an accessible and interesting way. The book enables anyone to identify a named snowdrop by simple observation of its flowers and leaves. Cultivation and propagation are covered, including a section on the modern technique of twin-scaling. Another chapter presents potted biographies of eminent galanthophiles.
This 2006 reprint has been updated with a revised section of on snowdrop suppliers and gardens, and an additional easy to use alphabetical index to the cultivars has been provided.
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