(Spec) List of Articles
1. Sir Michael Foster
's 1883 six part stream of articles on hybridization; start here
2. Sir Michael Foster
's 1885 article on "So-called German Irises"
3. Sir Michael Foster
's 1893 article on Oncocyclus
4. Siehe 1901 article on Irises of the Persica Group Gardeners' Chronicle p.313, 1901
5. Reverend Ewbanks on the cultivation
of Oncocyclus Book Of The Iris, 1904
6. R. Irwin Lynch wrote in The book of Iris 1904 about Oncocyclus cultivation
7. DK on Bulbous Irises
8. Edward's Botanical Register
9. Reichenbach's Icones, 1847
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Bonap Atlas ( The Biota of North America Program, North American Plant Atlas) The Biota of North America Program, North American Plant Atlas Images reproduced wit...
D.K. on Bulbous Irises In The Garden Garden Flora. PLATE 653. BULBOUS IRISES.(with a coloured plate of I. HISTRIO, ROSENBACHIANA, PERSICA, AND KOLPAKOWSKIANA. *)...
Dykes's Analytical Key to the Genus Iris (under construction) Note: This Key is being developed further than Dykes original key. Annotations that were not his ar...
Reverend Ewbanks on Oncocyclus cultivation Taken from p. 13 27, The Book Of Iris, 1904 CHAPTER III ON THE CULTIVATION OF ONCOCYCLUS IRISES I. THERE are some thing...
Sir Michael Foster on Oncocyclus To view original article in Biodiversity Heritage library from The Garden 1893 Garden Flora. by Sir Michael Foster related links;...
So called "German" Irises Sir Michael Foster in The Garden, 1885 THE SO CALLED GERMAN IRISES I have so often to explain to my friends that the "German Irises" of ...
R. Irwin Lynch on Oncocyclus Cultivation 1904 Lynch wrote in the Book Of The Iris, 1904 about Oncocyclus cultivation; "No one has had greater success in growing t...
Irises in the Persica Group by Siehe Article in Gardeners' Chronicle p.313, 1901 IRISES OF THE PERSICA GROUP. The well known Iris persica has, in Asia Minor, a nu...
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