By E. A. Bowles
The ultimate quantity in Bowles's three-volume survey of his backyard in the course of the yr. dealing with the "unwelcome" creation of wintry weather, Bowles notes the decline of many valuable vegetation we have now come to grasp within the past volumes.
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Imperati is in Spring, and a few blooms brought into the house will soon give you a reminder of Primroses and Irises, and the coming of Spring. I hope that all who read this will plant a patch or two of this cheap, reliable, and lovely plant, if only for the purpose of giving their noses a treat when autumn frosts have cut off most of the outdoor flowers that can provide so good a perfume. In Sicily saffron is collected from C. longiflorus, but only from wild plants, and I have never heard of this species being cultivated for the purpose.
E. --(Edward Augustus)--Homes and haunts--England--London, Plants, Ornamental--England--London, Autumn--England--London, Winter--England--London. 9/09421 subject : Myddelton House Garden (Enfield, London, England) , Bowles. E. --(Edward Augustus)--Homes and haunts--England--London, Plants, Ornamental--England--London, Autumn--England--London, Winter--England--London. Page iii My Garden in Autumn and Winter By E. A. A. London: T. C. & E. C. C. And Edinburgh 1915 Page v Contents CHAP. PAGE I. The Passing of Summer 1 II.
The stigmata are almost as long as those of the officinal plant, and especially gory in colour. Among corms I collected on the Lycabettos when I was in Athens, I found a good deal of variation, some being nearly white, but none lacked the veinings characteristic of the typical form. There is a good pure-white form in cultivation, however, and also a larger plant sometimes sold as Cartwrightianus albus, but more like an albino of the true Saffron. This last is one of the most lovely, for it is richly marked with a fine shade of blue-purple at the throat.