Veratrum in cultivation

Ferguson, Keith
June 2010
Plantsman: New Series;Jun2010, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p98
Academic Journal
The article discusses the taxonomy of the Veratrum, a genus of hardy herbaceous perennials that belongs to Melanthiaceae family. It presents several cultivated plant varieties of veratrum along with their first introduction in the market including the Veratrum nigrum, Veratrum album, and veratrum californicum. It also discusses the cultivation and propagation of the plant species as well as the necessary ways on how to eliminate pests and diseases.


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