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|Statement||Peter Green and Diana Miller ; with a chapter on Jasmin in the perfume industry by Robert Calkin ; edited by Martyn Rix.|
|Genre||Identification, Pictorial works|
|Contributions||Miller, Diana, 1940-, Rix, Martyn.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.O44 G74 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||2009675239|
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A superb new Kew Magazine Monograph, edited by Martyn Rix, destined for gardeners, nurserymen, botanists, and lovers of botanical art.
The Genus Jasminum details the historical and cultural use of jasmine, its role in perfumery and medicine, cultivation in temperate and tropical gardens, and taxonomy, including a key to cultivated species.
Mar 30, · About the Author. Peter Green was Keeper of the Kew herbarium and Deputy Director of Kew Gardens. Diana Miller is a horticultural botanist and Keeper of the Royal Horticultural Society Cited by: 9. The book The Genus Jasminum in Cultivation, Peter Green and Diana Miller is published by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
The Genus Jasminum in Cultivation, Green, Miller About. This volume deals with the 43 species of the Jasminum genus that are cultivated as garden plants and much prized for their scented flowers. Along with the species descriptions, the book includes chapters on the history of jasmine and its use in the perfume industry.
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The book details the historical and cultural use of jasmine, its role in perfumery and medicine, cultivation in temperate and. Genus Jasmimum in Cultivation by Peter Green,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Distribution, history, conservation, classification and cultivation are covered in detail, making this Brand: Peter Green. New and used books on botany, trees, forestry and natural history.
Official stockists for BSBI and Field Studies Council. Jasmine (taxonomic name Jasminum [jasˈmɪnʊm]) is a genus of shrubs and vines in the olive family (Oleaceae).
It contains around species native to tropical and warm temperate regions of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. Jasmines are widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance of their fredjaillet.com: Oleaceae.
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The Jasmine is a very popular flower around the world especially in the tropics because of its unique fragrance. References: Green, P. & D. Miller. The genus Jasminum in cultivation ; International Society for Horticultural Science. International Cultivar Registration Authority (on-line resource).
Jasmine, (genus Jasminum), also spelled jessamine, genus of about species of fragrant-flowered shrubs and vines of the olive family (Oleaceae). The plants are native to tropical and to some temperate areas of the Old World.
Several are cultivated as ornamentals. Jasminum officinale, known as the common jasmine or simply jasmine, is a species of flowering plant in the olive family Oleaceae. It is native to the Caucasus, northern Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the Himalayas, Tajikistan, India, Nepal and western China (Guizhou, Sichuan, Xizang (Tibet), Yunnan).Family: Oleaceae.
However, relatively few jasmines are used in cultivation in temperate regions as Jasminum is primarily a palaeotropical genus. Jasminum officinale has been cultivated for so many centuries that its country of origin is unknown, but it is thought to originate within the area that extends from Persia to northern India.
A comprehensive listing of hybrids registered to date is provided, together with a cultivation calendar which experienced growers and novices will find invaluable. Highly authoritative, richly illustrated and printed in full colour throughout The Genus Pleione is a book professional botanists, orchid growers.
Genus: Jasminum Species: Jasminum sambac (L.) summer growing season but reduce watering in winter. It Blooms from June to September but it can bloom all year long in the greenhouse. Flowers are ¾ to 1 inch across and are powerfully fragrant.
It can be planted cm either way in a square any Cited by: 2. Encyclopedia of Tropical Plants - Identification and Cultivation of over 3, Tropical Plants Publication Author Ahmed Fayaz Publisher Firefly Books Ltd.; New Zealand Year ISBN Description A good photograph and terse but detailed information for over 3, species of tropical plants.
An excellent reference.]. production of perfume and as a flavor-ing for tea. In many countries the flow-ers are also used in garlands and worn in the hair. Currently there are at least ten spe-cies of Jasminum cultivated in Florida.
Of these, seven species have escaped cultivation, which include Gold Coast The Genus Jasminum In Florida jasmine (Jasminum dichotomum) Brazil. Phylogenetic analysis and evolution of morphological characters in Jasminum Table 1.
Sections of the genus Jasminum with key characters and taxa selected for the present study. Section Taxon Important morphological characters Jasminum P.S. Green (Sect. Pinnatifolia DC.) J. grandiﬂorum L. Pinnately compound, opposite.
Mar 08, · With a range of natural distribution that extends from Africa to Asia, takes in Australasia and also includes a solitary American representative, the genus Jasminum.
About GRIN-Global Choose language Český ENG English Español Français Português System Русский العربية Jump to: Synonyms Common Names Economic. This book is a guide to growing, cultivating, and exhibiting Bursera, with the primary objective to preserve these hidden jewels of the New World through horticulture.
The scientific classification of Bursera is put into context with its horticulture for a holistic understanding of the genus in habitat and in cultivation.
Chrysojasminum, a new genus for Jasminum sect. Alternifolia (Oleaceae, Jasmineae) Enrico Banfi Sezione di Botanica, Museo di Storia Naturale di Milano, Corso Venezia 55, Milano, Italia.
Genus: Jasminum. Jasminum nudiflorum ‘Aureum’ Fast growing to 10′ tall and 8′ wide in 10 years as a free standing shrub. It may also be trained as a vine – train as per a climbing rose. Attach the longest whips of growth to a frame. Blooms on current wood. Jasminum species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available on net) Closest I can go as per comparative images at Jasminum is Jasminum sambac (L.) Sol.
only. InCarl Linnaeus first described the plant as Nyctanthes sambac in the first edition of his famous book Systema Naturae. InWilliam Aiton reclassified the plant to the genus fredjaillet.com: Angiosperms. Jasminum tortuosum, Twisted Jasmine, Vine, San Marcos Growers. Web Site Search The genus name is a Latinized word that Carl Linnaeus made from the Persian 'yasameen' which means a "gift from God" and the specific epithet is from Latin, describing something that is winding or very twisted.
if this information is contrary to what we. Oct 24, · Jasmine plants are available for a range of growing conditions.
This genus, Jasminum, is comprised of individual species, includes frost-tender tropicals and cold-hardy varieties. There are deciduous, evergreen and semi-evergreen jasmine plants. Sep 09, · This long-needed book, despite a few minor shortcomings, is the standard reference work on the Boswellia genus of which Frankincense, of religious notoriety, is the best-know species.
There is likely not another book like it in its focus on the genus and its wealth of information on all aspects of cultivation/5(9). Cultivation and Utilization of Aromatic Plants. characters of some species belonging to the Oleaceae family in Iraq,which included a study of five species of the genus Jasminum that are J.
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£ Product Code: Postscript is a. The Plant List (TPL) was a working list of all known plant species produced by the botanical community in response to Target 1 of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC).
TPL has been static sincebut was used as the starting point for the Taxonomic Backbone of the World Flora Online (WFO), and updated information can be found at fredjaillet.com How to Grow and Care for Jasmine Plants Jasmine (genus Jasminum) is a tropical plant that is has over species native mostly to Asia, Africa and Europe.
For growing in the United States, jasmine plants will grow hardy in zones 9 to genus Jasminum comprises of around species (Rendle, ; Bailey, ) which programmes or for other purposes such as commercial cultivation for its flowers or growing as garden plants, insight on floral biology of the species Table.1 Floral biology studies in certain lesser known species of jasmine (Jasminum spp.) Table.2 Month.
Jasminum odoratissimum is a deciduous Shrub. It is hardy to zone (UK) 9. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil.
Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. Jasminum officinale is a deciduous Climber growing to 10 m (32ft) by 10 m (32ft) at a fast rate.
It is hardy to zone (UK) 7. It is in flower from June to September. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil.
T]his is the best book there is about this genus." BloembollenVisie "With Diana Everett’s The Genus Tulipa: Tulips of the World we now have a superb new survey, immaculately produced and jam-packed with the kind of up-to-date information that botanists and gardeners need [Everett] possesses a rare combination of talents—outstanding Author: Diana Everett.
Jasminum officinale is a vigorous, twining, bright, deciduous climber with sharply pointed pinnate leaves and clusters of starry, pure white flowers in summer, which are the source of its heady scent. Garden history.
Jasminum officinale is so ancient in cultivation that its country of origin, though somewhere in Central Asia, is not certain.The genus Jasminum is a group of shrubs and vining plants native to the old world mostly in tropical and mild temperate regions.
They bloom freely, and generally, the flowers are either white or yellow with a few cultivars in pink tones.jasminophagus in Jasminum nitidum P Manimaran, M Ganga and M Suganthy production of jasmine concrete, which is used in cosmetic and perfumery industries.
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Lawless J. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential fredjaillet.com: P Manimaran, M Ganga, M Suganthy.