2 edition of James Bateman, on the cool treatment of orchids found in the catalog.
James Bateman, on the cool treatment of orchids
|Other titles||James Bateman, cool treatment of orchids, 1862-1864.|
|Statement||compiled and edited by R.M. Hamilton.|
|Series||Orchid history reference papers ;, no. 10|
|Contributions||Hamilton, Robert M. 1912-|
|LC Classifications||SB409 .B27 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||94146960|
Get this from a library! Growing orchids. [I D James] -- "Starting with the basics, but covering all aspects of orchid culture, this book should be useful to both the beginner and the experienced orchid grower. Illustrated in full colour, the authoritative. James Bateman, a wealthy English orchid collector, was responsible for the creation of The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala, the subject of a unique exhibition currently on display at the Missouri Botanical Garden.. Bateman wrote the text and commissioned the illustrations for the book, most of which depicted orchids that had never bloomed in cultivation in England before.
10/mai/ - Botanical illustration of Trichocentrum cavendishianum (as syn. Oncidium cavendishianum) | James Bateman (): “The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala”, pl. 3 | +. /05 May ORCHIDS Magazine Dendrobium bigibbum was described by Lindley in following collection by Dr. John Thomson in from Mt. Adolphus Island, Australia, in the Torres Strait. Various taxonomic classifications and more than 40 different names were applied to the Den. bigibbum complex over the next years.
JAMES BATEMAN. INTRODUCTION. At the time () when this Monograph was commenced, the successful application of the system of cool treatment to Orchids accustomed to a moderate temperature in their native haunts gave a fresh impulse to the cultivation of that charming tribe of plants. It was described as a new species in by the English botanist James Bateman in his book The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala (Tab XIII). Although Bateman had never been to Mexico and Guatemala, he was the world authority at the time on the orchids of these countries because of a man named George Ure Skinner, who ran a trading company in.
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James Bateman (18 July – 27 November ) was a British landowner and accomplished developed Biddulph Grange after moving there aroundfrom nearby Knypersley Hall in Staffordshire, England. He created the famous gardens at Biddulph with the aid of his wife Maria and his friend and painter of seascapes Edward William Cooke.
Armed with this information the so-called 'system of cool treatment' was developed by growers (Bateman's input included his Guide to Cool Orchid Growing, published in ), and the knowledge that those without an orchid-house could finally enjoy the beauties of the orchid gave fresh impetus to the spread of interest in orchids in general and.
The Orchids of Mexico and Guatemala is a lavishly illustrated orchid classic from the midth century. This book describes an orchid expedition and the adventures that collectors experienced in the New World.
Forty orchids are featured with beautiful full color illustrations. This book James Bateman a revised and expanded edition of the original 3/5(7). An illustration of an open book.
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Bateman, Jas. Publication date Topics Guatemala, Mexico, Orchidaceae, Plants Publisher London:. James Bateman The Orchids of Mexico and Guatemala is a lavishly illustrated orchid classic from the midth century. This book describes an orchid expedition and the adventures that collectors experienced in the New World.
Forty orchids are featured with beautiful full color book is a revised and expanded edition of the original edition. James Bateman, son of John Bateman and Elizabeth Holt, orchidologist of Knypersley Hall, Staffordshire, was one of the early developers of orchid culture.
He developed an interest in orchids when only eight years of age when he collected a specimen on a country lane. The Orchids of Mexico and Guatemala is a lavishly illustrated orchid classic from the midth century.
This book describes an orchid expedition and the adventures that collectors experienced in the New World. Forty orchids are featured with beautiful full color illustrations. This book is a revised and expanded edition of the original James was elected a fellow of the Linnean Society inand then stunned the botanical world, at the age of j by commissioning probably the greatest orchid books ever published.
The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala cost 20 guineas and was issued in parts on subscription between and This book tells you which places the plant will thrive best, whether in a window, under artificial lights or in a greenhouse.
Clear details are provided on watering, potting and fertilizing, propagating, and pollination. If you want to identify different types of orchids, then the book covers some classifications, names, and a glossary.
Bateman Pl. 4, Odontoglossum Insleayii Original Antique Print 21 7/8" x 15 1/4" (approximate) — Hand-colored lithograph A Monograph of Odontoglossum.
Born a nobleman at Redivals, Bury, England, James Bateman (—) wrote extensively on the subject of orchids and became one of the early developers of orchid culture.
Coming inthe most comprehensive treatment of Odontoglossum since James Bateman’s classic Monograph of Odontoglossum in The Odontoglossum Story is a monographic treatment with a new classification of the genus, which is divided into 6 sections, and.
James Bateman ( - ), an English horticulturist classified the Dendrobium fytchianum in one of his three orchid books in In the wild Dendrobium fytchianum orchids are considered to be rare. The small white flowers reach a size of cm and as they`re long-lasting, they`re suitable as cut flowers.
Flowering period: Spring - Summer. Bateman Pl. 11, Odontoglossum Lindleyanum Original Antique Print 21 7/8" x 15 1/4" (approximate) — Hand-colored lithograph A Monograph of Odontoglossum. Born a nobleman at Redivals, Bury, England, James Bateman (—) wrote extensively on the subject of orchids and became one of the early developers of orchid culture.
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by James Bateman. Plates → () when this Monograph was commenced, the successful application of the system of cool treatment to Orchids accustomed to a moderate temperature in their native haunts gave a fresh impulse to the cultivation of that charming tribe of plants.
By its means, what might almost be regarded as a new Orchid. Bateman, a pioneer of orchid culture, organised and paid for collectors to work in Mexcio and South America, publishing two other lavish works on orchids (The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala, ; and A Second century of orchidaceous plants, ), and was one of the first to advocate 'cool' orchid cultivation.
James Bateman () was a renowned horticulturist, specifically focused on orchidology. this volume introduces significant changes to care techniques and cultivation of orchids through his “cool orchid cultivation,” where cool orchids should reside in cooler temperatures versus the hot climate housing solely used for orchids.
Title: Orchids. A description of the species and varieties grown at Glen Ridge, near Boston, with lists and descriptions of other desirable kinds.
Prefaced by chapters on the culture, propagation, collection, and hybridization of orchids; the construction and management of orchid houses; a glossary of botanical terms and significance of their names; the whole forming a complete manual of. BATEMAN, James (). The Orchidaceae of Mexico and : J.
Ridgway & Sons for the author,  Large 2 o ( x mm). 1-page subscriber's list; addenda & corrigenda slip bound at back. Lithographic pictorial title, 40 FINE HAND-COLORED LITHOGRAPHIC PLATES, drawn on stone by P. Gauci after Miss S.A.
Drake (16), Mrs. Augusta Withers (21), Miss. “The Librarian’s Nightmare.” Such is the name given to a delightful and quirky vignette found within a very rare, and very special, orchid book: James Bateman’s The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala ().
This vignette, the work of caricaturist George Cruikshank, depicts a group of men struggling to lift an enormous book using a pulley system while a harried taskmaster with.
"James Bateman on the cool treatment of orchids: three selections,compiled and edited by R.M. Hamilton", on BATEMAN, JAMES:  "Substance of an address delivered before the Royal Horticultural Society at South Kensington on Tuesday, February 19th, by James Bateman", reprint James Bateman () "IN THIS BOOK, THE GREAT ORCHIDS OF CENTRAL AMERICA LIVE FOR US IN ALL THEIR GLORY." (Blunt).
Limited to copies, the work is "probably the finest, and certainly the largest, botanical book ever produced with lithographic plates. In size and in splendour, Bateman's giant folio eclipses the works of all who went.Gay's massive study. Other splendid books were published to document the work of expeditions.
Karl Ludwig Blume's Flora Javae includes both engravings and lithographs. Mentioned above for the importance of its large lithographed illustrations, The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala by James Bateman, depicting the orchids of Central America, is.