Scientist Edmond Boissier (1810-1886)

Switzerland. Botanical author. Edmond Boissier collected extensively in Europe, North Africa and western Asia, on occasion accompanied by his daughter, Caroline Barbey-Boissier and her husband, William Barbey.

Also see Hybridizer Edmond Boissier.

Iris publications:

Boissier, P. E., (1839-45), Voy. Bot. Espagne, 602. t. 170. Iris filifolia

Boissier, P. E., (1859), Diagnoses Plantarum Novarum Praesertim Orientalium, Series Secunda, #4.

Boissier, P. E., (1882), Herborisations au Levant, t.7 Iris lorteti.

Boissier, P. E., (1867-1883), Flora Orientalis 5vol. (1867-1883). v. 124. Iris danfordiae v. 120 Iris palaestina v. 132. Iris helenae. 123 Iris stocksii.

Boissier, P. E. & P. Cornuault, (1915), Revue Horticole, 87, 547-549. I. billounii.

Boissier, P. E. & T. H. H. von Heldreich, (1874). Atti Congr. Bot. Firenz. 1874 (1876) 234. Iris monophylla

Boissier, P. E. & W. Reuter, (1853), Diagnoses Plantarum Novarum Praesertim Orientalium Ser. I. xiii. 15. Iris suaveolens

Boissier, P. E. & W. Reuter, (1877), Journal of the Linnean Society xvi. 142. I. heylandiana.

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