Author(s): Chris Clennett
Erythronium, a genus of 29 species of bulbous perennials are among of the most striking spring flowering woodland plants with their slender pendent flowers, mottled arum-like leaves. This, the first dedicated monograph on Erythronium, is an authoritative book for gardeners, growers and breeders and a major academic work that gathers together the latest research.
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Chris Clennett has been a professional horticulturist and botanist for over 30 years, beginning his career at Oxford University Botanic Garden and moving to Kew's country estate, Wakehurst Place, in 1987, where he is currently Garden Manager. He has had published scientific papers, specialist articles and plant profiles (particularly on Cyclamen) for the Linnean Society, Curtis's Botanical Magazine and for Kew magazine. Hewas also editor of the Cyclamen Society Journal from 2000 to 2010.