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Taking the Photographs
The Origins of our Bulbs and Herbaceous Perennials
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100 species Agapanthus Agapanthus praecox Alstroemeria Amaryllidaceae Amaryllis Arctotis Aster attractive beautiful best known bloom throughout blue Brunsvigia bulbous Bulbs and Perennials Chlidanthus Chrysanthemum climate clumps cm 9 cold winter colour forms Compositae cultivars cultivation cut flowers deciduous Dianthus display dormant drainage and full dry conditions dry summer early summer easily grown Family fleshy roots foliage full sun genera genus Gladiolus growing Handbook of Bulbs happy hardy perennials Hippeastrum hybridists hybrids indoor decorations Iridaceae Iris irises Kniphofia known species Lachenalia large genus large-flowered late autumn late spring Liliaceae Lilium Lily long-lasting low-growing named cultivars Narcissus naturalised Nerine paeonies perennials Phlox pink popular prefer produce range of colours Ranunculaceae rockery sandy Scrophulariaceae seed selected form semi-shade shade shady single and double-flowered South Africa southern hemisphere species belong species illustrated spikes Sprekelia spring-flowering strains summer and autumn sunny taller-growing thrive Triteleia usually valuable well-drained woodlands Zantedeschia Zealand