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  • The Plant Lover's Guide to Snowdrops

    …are a collection of full colour hardback books in which expert authors share their enthusiasm for and knowledge of popular garden plants. The series will grow into a handsome reference library that gardeners will treasure. This book focuses on snowdrops with their pure white flowers, intricate…

  • RHS Daffodil, Snowdrop and Tulip Yearbook 2018

    …daffodil bulbs (a technique that is also applicable to snowdrops), hot-water treatment of daffodils, extending the season by growing autumn-flowering daffodils, the first pictures of some new or rare snowdrop cultivars, the 21 snowdrops given an Award of Garden Merit by the RHS, an illustrated…

  • RHS Daffodil, Snowdrop and Tulip Yearbook 2016

    …amateurs and specialists growing and showing daffodils, snowdrops and tulips. The 83rd edition of what began as the Daffodil Yearbook and has grown into the Daffodil, Snowdrop & Tulip Yearbook bring topical notes and articles, show reports, book reviews and news of awards to plants and people.…

  • RHS Daffodil, Snowdrop and Tulip Yearbook 2019

    …as well as sections on remembering Clive Postles and Peter Barr. Further articles include information on growing snowdrops in pots, snowdrops at Dial Park, a round-up of snowdrop events in the UK and abroad, searching for tulips in Kygyzstan, the development of Dutch tulips, growing show-ready…

  • RHS Daffodil, Snowdrop and Tulip Yearbook: 2015

    …in daffodils; eccentric arrangements of petals in snowdrops; the results of a major tulip trial at RHS Garden Wisley in 2015, with a gallery of pictures of the 24 new AGMs ratified by the RHS Bulb Committee; an account of much sought-after snowdrop selections made by Margaret Owen; and a sumptuously…

  • Sarah Raven's Wild Flowers

    …travelled the length and breadth of the British Isles to find 500 of our most breathtakingly beautiful wild flowers. This lavishly illustrated book is divided by habitat, covering woods, downs and dales, lanes and hedgerows, meadows, coast, marshes and streams, moors and mountains, and wasteland.…

  • Flora of the Mediterranean

    …and a secret landscape populated by a dazzling variety of wild flowers and plants, from spectacular orchids and ancient olive trees to delicate snowdrops and hardy cacti. Following on from their widely acclaimed Flora of the Silk Road, Chris and Basak Gardner present a stunning selection of 600 of…

  • Alan Titchmarsh: Growing Bulbs

    Daffodils and tulips herald the arrival of spring, but from the earliest snowdrops to autumn crocosmias, bulbs bring colour and interest to gardens all year round. They can be naturalized in lawns, planted in containers, fill gaps between shrubs or form the basis of stunning borders. This definitive…

  • Highgrove: A Garden Celebrated

    …planted by The Prince of Wales over thirty years ago. The gardens at Highgrove evoke intense emotion. In January, the dramatic light and early snowdrops of the Stumpery are exquisite; the glistening emerald lawns and tree blossoms in Spring lift the spirits with a promise of what is to come; in…

  • Gardening at Longmeadow

    …can do the same in our own. Following the cycle of the seasons, Gardening at Longmeadow will introduce readers to the garden from the earliest snowdrops of January through the first splashes of colour in the Spring Garden, the electric summer displays of the Jewel Garden, the autumn harvest in the…

  • Pick of the Bunch : The Story of 12 Treasured Flowers

    …considered desirable at that time: the rose, iris, carnation and lily, old favorites redolent of the Middle Ages and religious symbolism; the snowdrop, violet and fritillary, 'natural' flowers of the meadow; and the tulip and hyacinth, fashionable bulbs that could command huge sums. A reader poll…

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