Pinks, Carnations and Dianthus Reading List

Nutley, NJ(Zone 6b)

Pinks, Carnations and Dianthus Reading List

Border Pinks (1994)
by Richard Bird

Carnations and Pinks For Garden and Greenhouse:
Their True History and Complete Cultivation. (1997)

by John Galbally with Eileen Galbally

Carnations and Pinks (2002)
by Pamela McGeorge & Keith Hammett

Carnations in Tarnation
by Jojo Sigurgeirson

Cultivating Carnation Cuttings
by Fred Greene

Carnations—Two-Way Cash Crop
by Fred Greene

Carnation Culture: [Dianthus caryophyllus semperflorens.] (1887)
by Levi Leslie Lamborn

Enumeratio specierum varietatumque generis Dianthus (1889)
by Frederic Newton Williams (1862-1923)’

Notes on the pinks of western Europe (1889)
by Frederic Newton Williams

The pinks of central Europe‎ (1890)
by Frederic Newton Williams

The Carnation Manual (1892)
by National Carnation and Picotee Society (Great Britain). Southern Section

A monograph of the genus Dianthus, Linn (1893)
by Frederic Newton Williams

The carnation manual (1897)
National Carnation and Picotee Society. Southern Section

American carnation culture. (1901)
by L. L. Lamborn

The American carnation, how to grow it. (1903)
by Charles Willis Ward

The Book of the Carnation (1904)
by R. P. Brotherston, Martin R. Smith

Carnations, picotees, and the wild and garden pinks. (1905)
by Ernest Thomas Cook

Carnations & Pinks (1911)
by T. H. Cook

The Perpetual Flowering Carnation. With a chapter on the American system of carnation culture. (1912)
by Montagu Charles Allwood

Commercial Carnation Culture:
A practical guide to modern methods of growing the American carnation for market purposes. (1915)

by John Harrison Dick, Editor

Attribution: The attached color image is from Carnations & Pinks (1911) by T. H. Cook, Plate 1.

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