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Blumenzucht und Blumenmalerei waren eine zeittypische Liebhaberei barocker Fürsten. Insbesondere die Tulpe, erst um die Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts in Europa bekannt geworden, erfreute sich wegen ihrer fast unübersehbaren Sortenvielfalt größter Beliebtheit. Für ihre Zwiebeln wurden zeitweise phantastische ... [Information des Anbieters]
www.blb-karlsruhe.de/virt_bib/tulpen/
Wageningen UR Library has an unique collection of historical and recent literature on the tulip. Wageningen University and Research Centre produces modern scientific and practical knowledge about tulips. This site is developed by Wageningen UR Library to make both available for the general public. [Information of the supplier]
www.wageningenur.nl/.../Tulip-book.htm
The information system "Historia Gagearum" has been designed for discussing and data collecting about systematic and morphology of tribe Gageeae Rouy (Liliaceae). Different authors include in the tribe from one to three genera. On this moment, the tribe includes genus Gagea Salisb. and genus Lloydia ... [Information of the supplier]
www.binran.ru/resources/current/gagearum/
Pascal Vigneron's web site aims at presenting the plant family Amaryllidaceae under all aspects - botanical, horticultural, historical, biochemical, and so on. It provides lists of species, information on nomenclature and biology, and links to digitized literature on Amaryllidaceae. [Editorial staff vifabio]
www.amaryllidaceae.org/
The aim of this site is to help you to name daffodil cultivars. Churchyards, municipal plantings and parkland are the best places to search for daffodils, and the best time to look for them is between January and April. Most of the plants you find outside gardens will have been planted intentionally or ... [Information of the supplier]
www.thedaffodilsite.co.uk/
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