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|Statement||by William Rickatson Dykes ; with forty-seven coloured drawings by F. H. Round, one coloured plate of seeds by R. M. Cardew, and thirty line drawings by C. W. Johnson.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.I75 D9 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||74076307|
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Evolution of the Genus Iris. Robert Michael Pyle writes essays, poetry, and fiction from an old Swedish farmstead along a tributary of the Lower Columbia River in southwestern Washington. His eighteen books include Wintergreen and The Tangled Bank.
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The genus Iris. [William Rickatson Dykes] -- A legendary resource in the history of botanical literature, this volume comprises the life's work of the world's foremost authority on irises.
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Iris Books; Dyke's Monograph The Genus Iris The Genus Iris: By William Rickatson Dykes published History of The Dykes Monograph: In we will be celebrating the th anniversary of the publication of the most important written work in the history of iris, William Rickatson Dykes' The Genus understand its significance one needs to understand the.
Iris is a genus of – species of The genus Iris book plants with showy takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, which is also the name for the Greek goddess of the rainbow, authors state that the name refers to the wide variety of flower colors found among the many species.
As well as being the scientific name, The genus Iris book is also widely used as a common name for all Iris Family: Iridaceae.
Books on the genus Iris tend to be technical rather than horticultural in their emphasis, like Brian Mathew's botanical survey of the genus. The American Iris Society book _The World of Irises_ has many chapters devoted to the history of the improvement of irises by breeding, which is more than most gardeners want or need/5(35).
The Genus Iris. Cambridge: University Press, Folio (/2 by /2 inches), original green cloth boards rebacked in green morocco, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, uncut. First edition of this seminal work on irises, with 48 beautiful folio color plates of irises, including a.
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The term iris is both the name of the genus and a common name used for iris and iris-like plants. Iris Types. My segregation of iris into types is not based on scientific taxonomic characteristics. Instead it is based on cultural requirements and their popularity in the garden.
I will be discussing the following types. The iris flower is of special interest as an example of the relation between flowering plants and pollinating insects.
The shape of the flower and the position of the pollen-receiving and stigmatic surfaces on the outer petals form a landing-stage for a Family: Iridaceae. British Iris Society. This volume was first published inproviding a comprehensive, botanically detailed survey of this beautiful group of plants since publication of The Genus Iris by W.
Dykes. Following the pattern of the original Dykes monograph, botanical details, Reviews: 1. Awards. Reviews. Click on the link to read a wonderful review of Robert Michael Pyle's Evolution of the Genus IRIS at Chattermarks, a publication from the North Cascades Institute:Robert Michael Pyle's Evolution of the Genus IRIS.
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Variety of plants in The Genus Iris () by one of the famous English amateur botanists, William Rickatson Dykes (–). Dykes was an expert in iris breeding. He also had a great interest in tulips, amaryllis, and other plants. He wrote many influential books on the botanical subject.
These digitally enhanced iris illustrations are. Later, Iris kingiana was classified as a synonym of Iris kemaonensis. Then init was published in Curtis's Botanical Magazine Vol on tab, with a colour illustration. Then inin Dykes in his book, The Genus Iris, pageFamily: Iridaceae.
William Rickatson Dykes’ monograph, The Genus Iris, published in by Cambridge University Press, was adopted by the new society as its botanical authority, but the nomenclature of the horticultural varieties was understood to be in disarray.
Review of the hardback: ' a beautifully produced book which will no doubt be of interest of keen Iris growers everywhere a valuable publication for the identification of species in this wonderful genus'.
Richard Wilford, Bentham-Moxon Trust Review of the hardback: ' clearly and simply written with abundant useful information'/5(4). Iris or IRIS may refer to. Syndrome, a potential complication in early HIV retroviral treatments.
Iris (anatomy), part of the eye Iris (color), an ambiguous color term, usually referring to shades ranging from blue-violet to violet Iris, a genus of praying mantis; Iris (mythology), a Greek goddess Iris, a genus of flowering plants. Iris lortetii (also known as Lortet's Iris or in Israel as the Samarian Iris) is a species in the genus has straight grey-green leaves, a 30–50 cm tall stem, and large showy flowers in late spring or mid-summer that come in shades of pink, from white, lilac, pale lavender and : Iridaceae.
Iris, genus of about species of plants in the family Iridaceae, including some of the world’s most popular and varied garden flowers, centred in the north temperate of its most handsome species, however, are native to the Mediterranean and central Asian areas.
The iris is the fleur-de-lis of the French royalist standard. It is a popular subject of Japanese flower. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. The genus Iris.
Dykes, William Rickatson, Round, F. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and Cited by: Genus Iris - perennial herb with a rhizome, or buried in soil at the surface, and the sword-shaped leaf blades.
Flowers solitary or in inflorescences at the base covered involucral bracts, with more or less pronounced tube perianth and six-membered limb; lobes consist of a narrow claw, gradually or immediately rolling in a wide plate, 3.
Iris Lyrics: And I'd give up forever to touch you / 'Cause I know that you feel me somehow / You're the closest to heaven that I'll ever be / And I don't wanna go home right now / And all I can. William Rickatson Dykes (English, – ), "The Genus Iris".
Published by The University Press, Cambridge, Folio, green morocco leather spine with gilt lettering, green cloth boards, forty-seven colored lithograph 17 x ". Iris mesopotamica ('Mesopotamian Iris') is a species in the genus Iris, it is also in the subgenus of is a rhizomatous perennial, from the middle East, within the countries of Turkey, Syria and has linear, grey-green or green broad leaves, tall stem with 2–3 branches, holding up to 9 scented flowers, in shades of violet, purple, lavender blue and light blue, with a yellow Family: Iridaceae.
Variety of plants in The Genus Iris () by one of the famous English amateur botanists, William Rickatson Dykes (–). Dykes was an expert in iris breeding. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 70 pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Garden Catalog 1 --After Birth 3 --Going Down Again 5 --The Grief of Thrushes 6 --Horseback at Dawn 7 --Silage 8 --"Rare Worm Doesn't Spit or Smell Sweet" 9 --Pink Pavements 10 --Hearth 11 --Dancing Pants 12 --Early Morning in Wyoming 13 --Life and Death in.
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Dykes (, Hardcover, Reprint) at the best online prices at. Inan American Iris Society Foundation was established to foster research to improve the genus, to stimulate interest in the plant, and to sponsor publications about irises. The first project supported by the foundation was a revised edition of an AIS book, Garden Irises (issued in as The World of Irises).
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No book to date focuses solely on the Pacifica Iris - the Californicae Series, of the Apogon Section, in the Subgenus Limniris. However many books on the genus Iris do include sections or chapters on Pacific Coast Native Iris. List Bulbs, Catalogue: Fall Planted, Genus: Iris-Dwarf.
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No eBook available A Reclassification of the Genus Iris. George Hill Mathewson Lawrence. - Irises (Plants) - 26 pages. 0 Reviews. It's a edition of The Genus Iris: By William R. Dykes which was bequeathed to the ASI (Aril Society International) by Francesca Thoolen who passed away 1 year ago this month.
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