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Anna Pavord.

An interesting social and cultural history of the tulip, a wild flower of the Asian steppes, that became the most sought after and valuable garden commodity in seventeenth century Europe, especially Holland. During the so called period of tulipomania a single rare sport bulb could change hands for a small fortune. Superbly illustrated from a wide range of sources, the book also features descriptions of eighty species of wild tulips and several hundred garden varieties. A beautiful book printed on heavy cream paper. A large heavy book.

Bloomsbury Publishing, London, 1999.

ISBN 9780747542964

Hardback with dust jacket. 439 pages.

SECONDHAND. Good condition, sunned to spine.

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