Book by Torsten Ulmer John M MacDougal
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If you know anyone who has a passion for passionflowers, then there's a new gift book out just for you. -- Becky Homan St. Louis Today 20040925 The outstanding images of the species are organized according to the most up-to-date phylogenetic hypothesis for Passifloraceae classification. -- L. C. Ewart Choice 20050225 [This book] is a great resource if you, like me, just have to find out. -- Vern Nelson Oregonian 20050224 If you weren't overly excited about passionflowers before reading this book, the over 300 excellent color photos of blossoms should change all that. -- Susi Torre-Bueno Let's Talk Plants 20050122 A passion for Passiflora will surely be rewarded by this compendium of the vine with mysterious flowers and legendary fruit that can also be a shrub or a tree. ... It is hard to imagine anything that one would want to know about Passiflora that could not be found in this book. -- Marge Howard-Jones California Garden 20050510 The authors ... have created a worthy and unique work that will be welcomed by botanists and gardeners alike. -- January Adams American Reference Books Annual 20050511 This book will certainly convince you to experiment! -- Jim Kemper Current Books on Gardening & Botany 20050830 This huge compilation of the world's passionflowers includes a vast bank of knowledge on cultivating and growing - as well as identifying - these charming perennials. Lavishly illustrated with line drawings and color photographs, one look at Passiflora is sure to captivate you, too. -- Lynette Walther Palatka Daily News 20061104Reseña del editor:
Since they were first described in Europe in the 16th century, passionflowers have held a special fascination among plant collectors for their bold, beautiful, complicated blossoms and delectable passionfruits. Most are perennial climbers, but some are trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants, or even annuals, and all lend a dramatic, tropical flavor to any situation. Since they have such a broad range of cultivation requirements, passionflowers can be grown by just about anyone, and cold-hardy species can be grown outdoors year-round. This authoritative, comprehensive volume describes 207 Passiflora species and 31 hybrids. A chapter is devoted to the remarkable coevolution of passionflowers with Heliconius butterflies, which many passionflower enthusiasts now raise alongside flowering vines in the greenhouse. As lushly illustrated as it is informative, Passiflora: Passionflowers of the World reveals the immense variation found among members of this extraordinary genus.
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