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" Of this numerous and beautiful tribe of plants, we know of none whofe flowers in point of prettincls can vie with thofe of the prefent fpecies ; they are marked with numerous fine dots, like thofe of the London Pride, (Saxífraga umbrofa) but in a fuperior... "
The Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed: In which the Most ... - Page 424
by William Curtis - 1797
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Curtis's Botanical Magazine Or Flower-garden Displayed, Volume 17

William Curtis, John Sims - Plants, Ornamental - 1803
...Of this numerous and beautiful tribe of plants, we know of none whofe flowers in point of prettinefs can vie with thofe of the prefent fpecies ; they are...rotundifolia as one would expeft. This fpecies fucceeds beft in a fituation fomewhat moift and lhady, with a foil inclined to ftiffnefs, flowers in May and...
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Saxifragearum enumeratio: Accedunt Revisiones plantarum succulentarum

Adrian Hardy Haworth - Saxifragaceae - 1821 - 269 pages
...numerous fine dots, like those of the London Pride (Saxifraga umbrosa Linn.), but in a superior style of beauty; and appear to great advantage when viewed with a magnifier." Curtis I. c. OBs. All the 'Robcrtsania? (of which the London Pride is one) are marked in the same manner...
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign ..., Volume 2

James Burnett - Botany - 1836
...species; they are marked with numerous small dots, like that of umbrosa, but in a superior ,-*tyle of beauty, and appear to great advantage when viewed with a magnifier. This species succeeds best in a situation somewhat moist and shady, with a soil inclined to stiffness....
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