2 edition of genus hosta found in the catalog.
Wolfram George Schmid
Includes bibliography and index.
|Statement||Wolfram George Schmid ; technical editor: Dr Gilbert S. Daniels.|
|Contributions||Daniels, Gilbert S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||428p.,(20)leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||428|
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The Tan Book (for species, varieties, and forms) was first published in print as a companion publication to the Silver Book (for cultivars) in It provided the membership of The American Hosta Society (AHS) with a List of Species, Botanical Varieties and Forms, and Specioids. Later editions of this list changed the term “Specioid”. Plants in the genus Hosta, generally referred to as hostas, are one of the premier plants for gardens that lack full sun. These resilient perennials are a mainstay of Midwestern shade gardens and.
Overdose on Hosta plantaginea may result in poisoning. The Ben Cao Medical Book (also known as Compendium of Materia Medica or Ben Cao Gang Mu; Chinese: 本草纲目) is the most famous and comprehensive medical book ever written in the history of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Compiled and written by Li Shi-zhen (~), a medical. Research by George Schmid presented in his book, The Genus Hosta, indicates that in their native habitat hosta receive over 60 inches of rainfall annually. In most of the United States this is well above the rainfall levels experienced. As a consequence, it is essential that we supplement nature and ensure that the plant receives a minimum of 1.
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Now after five printings this reference source is out of print. The Genus HOSTA, W. George Schmid, hardbound Timber Press, S. Second Avenue, Portland, ORUSA pp. A truly comprehensive scientific and horticultural study of the genus hosta.
The largest part of the book is devoted to detailed descriptions of all species, varieties, forms, and registered/non-registered cultivars. This book is a comprehensive monograph of the genus Hosta, discussing botany, taxonomy, breeding, cultivation, and ornamental and other uses. At the heart of the book is a completely new taxonomic revision.
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Hosta (/ ˈ h ɒ s t ə /, syn. Funkia) is a genus of plants commonly known as hostas, plantain lilies and occasionally by the Japanese name are widely cultivated as shade-tolerant foliage plants.
The genus is currently placed in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Agavoideae, and is native to northeast Asia (China, Japan, Korea, and the Russian Far East). For many years I used Mark Zilis's first book "The Hosta Hand book". Hostapedia is times heavier and has times more info.
Great reference on the genus Hosta. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Maximum. out of 5 stars Five Stars. Reviewed in the United States on February 5, Verified s: The Genus Hosta. George Schmid. The first complete classification for the genus, this labor of love reflects the author's long fascination with hostas.
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A book for the serious lover of Hosta. Excellent reference - Good information on taxonomy and nomenclature. I was most pleased with the Historical Account of the Genus Hosta. conservation of Hosta by the IC so was also ignored. Typification of the Genus Under the International Rules of Botanical Nomenclature (IR, ), Ed.and the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature, (ICBN, ) the genus Hosta is typified by H.
plantaginea. The latter was the first species of the genus to reach Europe in the early A biological species definition, based in zoology, like the one applied to humans (Homo sapiens) are of limited use for a plant genus like ical species are defined as populations of similar individuals, alike in structural and functional characteristics, which in nature breed only with each other, and which have a common heritage (i.e., they are genetically closely related).
The Genus Hosta by George Schmid The first complete classification for the genus, this labor of love reflects the author's long fascination with hostas. All hostas known at the time of writing are detailed including their names and synonyms in many languages ( in Japanese kana).
The beginning of the book focuses on hosta species. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Genus Hosta at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
Hosta 'August Moon'. Roughly 70 species make up this genus of mostly clumping perennials from China, Korea, Japan, and Russia. Hundreds of cultivars are available.
Botanical summary.-A classication system for Hosta cultivars.-Historical account of the genus Hosta with emphasis on nomenclature.-Hostas in the landscape.
PARTIAL APPENDICES: AHS awards, cut-leaf show schedule, and leaf sizes.-Macromorphological concepts.-Propagation and hybridization.-Economic and miscellaneous uses.-Glossary. Other Titles.
Provides a comprehensive classification system for the genus Hosta. Includes information on care and cultivation, propagation and hybridization, landscape uses, and pests and diseases.
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Genus Hosta Registration Publications. As the International Cultivar Registration Authority (ICRA) for the genus Hosta, The American Hosta Society publishes cultivar registration data s of The American Hosta Society receive this publication each year as a supplement to The Hosta onally, these registration documents are available as .