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  • Author:
    Alan Bloom
  • ISBN:
    0900963670
  • ISBN13:
    978-0900963674
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    Terence Dalton Ltd; First Edition edition (May 7, 1976)
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    143 pages
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Alan Bloom was the son of a market gardener at Over, Cambridgeshire. Aged seventeen he left school and learned his craft working in various nurseries.

Alan Bloom was the son of a market gardener at Over, Cambridgeshire. In 1926 aged twenty he rejoined his father at Oakington, transforming the family business to a wholesale nursery. ISBN 0-00-412262-3 Plantsman's Progress, Dalton Limited, Terence, ISBN 00963-67-0 Prelude to Bressingham, Dalton Limited, Terence, ISBN 00963-60-3 Steam Alive: The Story of Bressingham Steam Museum, Picton Publishing, ISBN 48251-56-5 Steam Engines at Bressingham: The Story of a Live Steam Museum, Faber & Faber, Limited

The author describes the practical skills he has developed in raising plants during his long career. He provides detailed descriptions of the wide range of genera that he has worked with.

The author describes the practical skills he has developed in raising plants during his long career.

Alan Herbert Vauser Bloom (November 191906 - March 312005) was an British Horticulturist and steam engine enthusiast. During his life he created over 170 new varieties of hardy perennial plants. These and Alpine plants were his specialities. He wrote some 30 books and appeared on radio and television. He was the founder of Bressingham Steam and Gardens. Alan Bloom was himself the son of a nurseryman. At the age of 15 he left school and learned his craft working in various nurseries. In 1926 at the age of 20 he started his own wholesale nursery business at Oakington.

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Alan Herbert Vauser Bloom (19 November 1906 – 31 March 2005) was a British horticulturist and steam engine enthusiast. Last updated March 07, 2019. These and Alpine plants and conifers were his specialities. He invented the garden feature of freestandi. This article is about the English nurseryman Alan Bloom. For the American philosopher, see Allan Bloom. Alan Bloom MBE. Born. Alan Herbert Vauser Bloom. 1906-11-19)19 November 1906. Over, Cambridgeshire, England.

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Physical description; 143p. : ill., ports. ; 23cm. Notes; Includes index. Subjects; Horticulture - England - History. Horticulturists - England - Correspondence.