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A Passion for Flowers Bibliography

publication date: Nov 12, 2010
stack of books about floricultureGrowing for Market editor
Lynn Byczynski presented a keynote speech to the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers in November 2010. Here is a bibliography of books she used as reference.

"A Passion for Flowers" by Lynn Byczynski to the ASCFG National Conference
Tulsa, OK, November 2010
Works Cited

  • Betts, Edwin Morris., and Hazlehurst Bolton. Perkins. Thomas Jefferson's Flower Garden at Monticello. Charlottesville - Va: University of Virginia, 1971. Print. 
  • A Centennial History of the American Florist. Topeka, KS: Florists' Review Enterprises, 1997. Print. 
  • Crozier, William, and Peter Henderson. How the Farm Pays: The Experiences of Forty Years of Successful Farming and Gardening. New York: P. Henderson &, 1884. Print. 
  • Gregory, Philippa. Earthly Joys. New York: St. Martin's, 1998. Print. 
  • Gregory, Philippa. Virgin Earth. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006. Print. 
  • Grimshaw, John, and Bobby J. Ward. The Gardener's Atlas: the Origins, Discovery, and Cultivation of the World's Most Popular Garden Plants. London: Little, Brown, 2001. Print. 
  • Henderson, Peter. Gardening for Profit;. New York: Orange Judd, 1867. Print. 
  • Henderson, Peter. Practical Floriculture. Orange Judd, 1874. Print. 
  • Leapman, Michael. The Ingenious Mr. Fairchild: the Forgotten Father of the Flower Garden. New York: St. Martin's, 2001. Print. 
  • McRae, Edward A. Lilies: a Guide for Growers and Collectors. Portland, Or.: Timber, 1998. Print. 
  • Pavord, Anna. The Tulip. New York: Bloomsbury, 1999. Print. 
  • Smith, Jane S. The Garden of Invention: Luther Burbank and the Business of Breeding Plants. New York: Penguin, 2009. Print. 
  • Stewart, Amy. Flower Confidential. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 2007. Print. 
  • Ward, Bobby J. The Plant Hunter's Garden: the New Explorers and Their Discoveries. Portland: Timber, 2004. Print. 
  • Wells, Diana. 100 Flowers and How They Got Their Names. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin of Chapel Hill, 1997. Print. 
  • Wulf, Andrea. The Brother Gardeners: Botany, Empire, and the Birth of an Obsession. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2009. Print.

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