The Little Bulbs: A Tale of Two Gardens
by Elizabeth Lawrence
Duke University Press, 1986
Paper: 978-0-8223-0739-6 | Cloth: 978-0-8223-0671-9
Library of Congress Classification SB425.L3 1986
Dewey Decimal Classification 635.944

“A beautifully written book.”—The Garden Journal

“A few garden writers offer prose that goes beyond how to spade and spray to convey the experience and pleasures of gardening. The late Elizabeth Lawrence was such a writer.”—Southern Living

“First published in 1957 and out-of-print for many years, this is a delightfully written and enormously informative introduction to the fascinating variety of little bulbs available to the gardener. The author discusses a wide variety of plants, both familiar and little-known, including crocuses, species daffodils, hardy cyclamen and lily-family members such as Brodiaea, Bessera, and Calochortus.”—American Horticulturist

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