|Archive Peony General References (a little bit of everything)|
Aker, S.M. and W.E. Healy. 1991. Enterprise guide for southern Maryland: producing cut flowers-- general field crop management. U Maryland Fact Sheet 468. 7p. PDF
American Peony Society. n.d. Handbook of the Peony. American Peony Society, Availabl: http://americanpeonysociety.org/
Armitage, Allan M. 1993. Specialty Cut Flowers. The production of annuals, perennials, bulbs and woody plants for fresh and dried cut flowers. Varsity Press/Timber Press, Portland, OR
Arnosky, Frank and Pamela. 1999. We're Gonna Be Rich! Growing For Market Books.
Bachmann, J. 2006. Specialty cut flower production and marketing. ATTRA Publication No. IP025. PDF
British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. 1997. Commercial floriculture grower – getting started. British Columbia Floriculture Factsheet. PDF
Byczynski, L. Growing for Market. Monthly newsletter. Growing for Market, PO Box 3747, Lawrence, KS 66046, 800-307-8949
D'Aoust. Learn about Peonies. Available online: http://www.paeonia.com/html/peonies/about.htm
Dole, John M. and Harold F. Wilkins. 1999. Floriculture: principles and species. Prentice Hall, NJ.
Roos, D. 2005. Resources for specialty cut flower production. North Carolina Cooperative Extension. Chatham County Center. PDF
Sell, R. and D. Aakre. 1993. Dried and fresh-cut flowers. North Dakota State University Cooperative Extension. Alternative Agriculture Series. No. 13. 10p. PDF
Stevens, A.B. 1995. Commercial specialty cut flower production. Harvest Systems. Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, MF-2155. PDF
Stevens, A. 1996. Field Grown Cut Flowers: A Practical Guide & Source book. Avatar's World
Stevens, A.B. and K.L.B. Gast. 1992. Specialty cut flowers. A commercial growers guide. Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Publ. MF-1034.
Stimart, D.P. 1988. Strategies of growing fresh cut flowers of Astilbe, Liatris and Paeonia. Center for Alternative crops and Products. University of Minnesota an American Society for Horticulturl Science. pp. 121-131.
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