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The Genus Watsonia

A Systematic Monograph (Annals of Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens)

by Peter Goldblatt

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Published by National Botanic Gardens .
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ISBN 100620125179
ISBN 109780620125178

Information and translations of watsonia in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. Login. The STANDS4 Network Watsonia. Watsonia is a genus of plants in the iris family, subfamily Crocoideae. Watsonias are endemic to South Africa. The genus is named after Sir William Watson, an 18th century British botanist. Genus: Watsonia; Species: Watsonia tabularis: Table Mountain Watsonia. Flowering season November to February. Long tube, exceeding the tepals, the color indicates this is the northern Peninsula form.


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The Genus Watsonia, A Systematic Monograph - (Annals of Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens) by P. Goldblatt and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Genus Watsonia - AbeBooks. The Genus Watsonia: A Systematic Monograph Annals of Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens, Volume ISSN: In protective wraps, can be safely removed.

Very Good Condition. The horticultural potential of the genus has yet to be fully realized, and many more species await introduction into cultivation. All species in this volume are described, classified, and illustrated, and are accompanied by detailed information on their history, morphology, phylogeny, phytogeography, pollination biology, cultivation, and by: 3.

52 species of Watsonia are described in complete biological detail with distribution maps and details of thei characteristics.

Illustrations include line drawings for mos species and life size water colours for 24 species. The book is intended for gardeners as well as trained botanists and may be described as a synthesis of science and art.

Genus number: Last updated: Jul Accession Count: 53 (0 active, 0 available) in National Plant Germplasm System: Comments: conserved (nom. cons.) under Shenzhen ICN Art. 14 (see App. III). Watsonia Growing and Care Guide.

Common Names: Bugle Lily, Bulbil bugle-lily. Life Cycle: Hardy bulb. Half hardy bulb. Height: 12 to 80 inches (30— cm). Native: Southern Africa. Growing Region: Zones 8 to 10; and as an annual in cooler areas.

Flowers: Late summer. Flower Details: Pink, white, red, orange, purple. Trumpets. Showy spikes of up to 25 flowers. The genus Watsonia was named by Philip Miller of Chelsea after his friend Sir William Watson (), a London physician and naturalist.

The Genus Watsonia: a systematic monograph. Cape Town: National Boatanic Gardens. Monograph that includes history, morphology, ecology, pollination and geography along with species descriptions, cultivation information, and a key.

There are 26 color plates illustrating a few of the species beautifully drawn by a number of botanical artist. Yeo, P.F. The growth of Euphrasia in cultivation. Watsonia 6 (1), ; pdf MB. Ferguson, I.K. Notes The Genus Watsonia book the stigma morphology and flowering behaviour in British ia 6 (1).

Common Name: Watsonia Genus: Watsonia Cultivar: 'Stanford Scarlet' Skill Level: Experienced Exposure: Full sun Hardiness: Tender Soil type: Well-drained/light Height: cm Spread: 15cm Time to. Corpus ID: The genus Watsonia @inproceedings{GoldblattTheGW, title={The genus Watsonia}, author={Peter Goldblatt}, year={} }.

The Genus Watsonia book Watsonia. Cape, South Africa: National Botanic Gardens, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Goldblatt. Check other web resources for Watsonia meriana (L.) Mill.

Flora of North America: Collaborative Floristic Effort of North American Botanists ; PLANTS: USDA-NRCS Database of Plants of the United States and its Territories ; BONAP North American Plant Atlas of the Biota of North America Program: ; Flora del Conosur: Catálogo de las Plantas Vasculares del Conosur.

Introduction. The prolific flowering of South African fynbos geophytes within the first year after a fire is well known (Le Maitre and Brown, ), but species of the geophytic genus Watsonia (family Iridaceae) do not only flower after a fire, they also flower well after the surrounding vegetation has been cleared manually (Goldblatt, ).

The book begins with a series of chapters that provide a comprehensive introduction to the genus, covering the history, cultivation, conservation, ecology, morphology and cytology of the genus. Lachenalia, while not being the most well-known of cultivated plants, has a surprisingly long history in cultivation, with the first introductions to.

Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 54 are accepted species names. The Plant List includes a further 21 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.

These are primarily included because names of species rank are. Simpson, D.A. A short history of the introduction and spread of Elodea Michx in the British Isles. Watso ; pdf Mb. Smith, P.H. The distribution, status and conservation of Juncus balticus Willd.

in England. Watso ; pdf Mb. Minihan, V.B. Watsonia in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: Oct. USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network.

Watsonia in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Item Details A copy of The Genus Watsonia by Peter Goldblatt.

Watsonia is a genus of southern African plants which are attractive and valuable in horticulture. The hardcover book includes a historical review of Watsonias, their morphology, distribution, and cultivation.

Watsonia inclinata: Watsonia knysnana: Watsonia (Watsonia laccata) Watsonia latifolia: Watsonia lepida: Watsonia (Watsonia marginata) Watsonia marlothii: Bulbil Bugle Lily (Watsonia meriana) Watsonia minima: Watsonia mtamvunae: Watsonia occulta: Watsonia paucifolia: Bugle Lily (Watsonia pillansii) Watsonia pondoensis: Watsonia pulchra: Watsonia.

The Genus Watsonia. A Systematic Monograph. Kirstenbosch, National Botanic Gardens, Quarto; papered boards; an excellent copy with the excellent dustwrapper lightly sunned on the spine, and very slightly creased and marked, with a tiny closed tear to the front panel.

striking, and a host of new models is discussed (a major component of Dispersal in particular, but prevalent in both volumes) that spans the conceptual gradient from dispersal functions centered at individual progenitors to movements among discrete patches and populations to geographic range extensions.

The interest in and development of dispersal theory is attested to by its representation in. Goldblatt, Peter, The Genus Watsonia. National Botanic Gardens, Cape, South Africa, Greenlee, John, The Encyclopedia of Ornamental Grasses. Rodale Press, Emmaus, Pennsylvania, The Genus Watsonia by Peter Goldblatt.

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Watsonia (bugle lily) is a genus of plants in the iris family, subfamily Crocoideae. Watsonias are native to southern Africa (South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland). The genus is named after Sir William Watson, an 18th-century British botanist.

Diversity. There are 56 accepted species in. Peter Goldblatt has 23 books on Goodreads with 42 ratings. Peter Goldblatt’s most popular book is Temperate Garden Plant Families: The Essential Guide to. The Genus Watsonia, A Systematic Monograph - (Annals of Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens) P.

Goldblatt Published by National Botanical Institute, South Africa (). The Genus Watsonia: A Systematic Monograph (Annals of Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens) (, ) The Woody Iridaceae: Systematics, Biology and Evolution of Nivenia, Klattia and Witsenia.

Timber Press, Portland, Oregon (). Sold:The Genus Watsonia by Peter Goldblatt, National Botanic Gardens, - Rand The Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs, by John C. Manning, Peter Goldblatt & Dee Snijman, Timber Press, With John Mannings' signature.

Wild flowers of the fairest Cape, by W.P. Jackson, Howard Timmins, Timber Press, - fair condition - R Genus: Synonym(s): Common Name(s): bugle-lily [English] Taxonomic Status: Current Standing: accepted Data Quality Indicators: Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met Global Species Completeness: unknown: Latest Record Review: This page was last edited on 23 Decemberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may watsonia definition: Noun (plural watsonias) 1.

Any of several species of flowering plants in genus Watsonia within the family Iridaceae, the bugle. Watsonia (Bugle Lily) is a genus of plants in the iris family, subfamily Crocoideae, native to South Africa.

The genus is named after Sir William Watson, a British botanist. There are 52 species in southern Africa; all are perennial herbs growing from corms and producing erect spikes of showy flowers, and are adapted to a mediterranean-type.

Watsonia borbonica (Pourr.) Goldblatt. Similar to W. meriana but the 'petals' are longer ( to cm) and are pale pink to magenta in colour. A garden escape naturalised in the South Belgrave area.

Many other Watsonia species and their hybrids are cultivated in gardens in Australia. Bulbil watsonia is often confused with montbretia, Crocosmia X crocosmiiflora (Lemoine ex Morren) N.E. Common Name: IRIS FAMILY Habit: [(Annual), shrub], perennial herb generally from [bulb], corm, or : generally erect, generally +- round in ×: generally basal (few cauline), 2-ranked, +- sword-shaped, blade edge-wise to stem, with midvein or not; bases overlapped, escence: generally +- terminal; spikes, umbel-like cymes, or flowers 1; flowers in.

Any of several species of flowering plants in genus Watsonia within the family Iridaceae, the bugle lily. Watsonia angusta: Watsonia bachmannii: Watsonia bella: Watsonia (Watsonia borbonica) Watsonia borbonica subsp. ardernei: Watsonia borbonica subsp.

borbonica: Watsonia canaliculata: Scarlet Bugle Lily (Watsonia coccinea) Watsonia confusa: Bugle Lily (Watsonia densiflora) Watsonia distans: Watsonia dubia: Watsonia elsiae: Watsonia emiliae.

The Genus Watsonia: A Systematic Monograph. Cape, South Africa: National Botanic Gardens, This work includes a historical review of Watsonias, their morphology, distribution, and cultivation. Included within are life-size watercolors of 24 of the 52 species painted by Fay Anderson and other artists.

pages. Watsonia is a genus comprising 52 species that are split geographically into the winter-rainfall region of the western and southern Cape, and the summer-rainfall region of central and eastern South Africa (Goldblatt, ).

The genus is closely related to Gladiolus, with plants. genus Published in Miller, P. Figures of Plants in the Gardeners Dictionary. 2 ed. Micro-reference (page) Watsonia Mill. (In use by NZOR) NZOR Concept Id c9ff3bdc9-b88b-b28ac4e2e2b7 According to Mabberley, D.J.

Mabberley's plant book, a portable dictionary of plants, their classification and uses. 3rd ed. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes.

While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in.Tutin, T.G. A contribution to the experimental taxonomy of Poa annua L. Watsonia 4, Boecher, T. & Larsen, K. Cytotaxonomical studies in the Chrysanthemum leucanthemum complex.Genus Watsonia are cormous perennials with erect, linear to narrowly lance-shaped leaves and curved, tubular flowers with spreading lobes, borne in simple or branched spikes Details W.

pillansii is a cormous perennial with sword-shaped leaves and branched spikes of curved, tubular orange-red flowers 5cm in length, with spreading lobes, from.