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" It is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was brought to Holland, and in 1692 it was cultivated at Hampton court. This plant is propagated by offsets, taken at the latter end of June, planted in separate pots, with light kitchen-garden earth,... "
Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed: In which the Most ... - Page 871
by John Sims - 1805
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The gardeners dictionary: Containing the methods of cultivating ..., Volume 2

Botany - 1754
...Clijf. Low flirubby Galenia. This is alow fhrubby Plant, rarely growing above three feet high : it is a Native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was brought into the Gardens in Holland. There is very little Beauty in the Plant ; for the Flowers are...
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The Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed: In which the ..., Volume 9

William Curtis - Botany - 1795
...appendages of a brown colour. This magnificent fhrub, a principal ornament of the CapeHoufe at Kew, is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was introduced by Mr. MASSON, in 1774 (Ait. Krwj; it flowers chiefly in the Spring, and often during the...
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The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 1

William Nicholson - Science - 1809
...at the end of August, or beginning of September, and frequently continue in beauty till spring. It is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was brought to Holland, and in 1692 it was c\iltiv.itc'd M t Hampton Court. This plant U propagated by...
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The Botanical Register: Consisting of Coloured Figures of Exotic ..., Volume 3

Sydenham Teast Edwards, John Lindley - 1817
...of the same disagreeable smell when rubbed or bruised. The present species, the only published one, is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was introduced by Mr. Masson in 1774. Recorded in the Hortus Kewensis as a biennial greenhouse plant, flowering...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 1

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1819
...at the end of August, or beginning of September, and frequently continue in beauty till spring. It is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was brought to Holland, and in 1692 it was cultivated at Hampton court. This plant is propagated by offsets,...
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The British Flower Garden: Containing Coloured Figures & Descriptions of the ...

Robert Sweet, Edwin Dalton Smith - Flowers - 1831
...cloven. This very curious and pretty plant, which, as far as we can trace, has hitherto been undescribed, is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was brought to this country by Mr. Synnot, who we believe introduced more new and rare bulbs from that...
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The British flower garden, (series the second,): containing coloured figures ...

Robert Sweet - Flowers - 1831
...cloven. This very curious and pretty plant, which, as far as we can trace, has hitherto been undescribed, is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was brought to this country by Mr. Synnot, who we believe introduced more new and rare bulbs from that...
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Paxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants, Volume 1

Sir Joseph Paxton - Horticulture - 1836
...peat, and may be propagated by dividing the roots. DMA, D. GRANDIFLORA.— This most splendid species is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was received into this country by W. Griffin, Esq. of South Lambeth, in 1825. It grows about a foot high,...
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Paxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants, Volume 16

Sir Joseph Paxton - Botany - 1849
...SY.VONVMKS. — Erica Linn. E. pulverulenta, Bed/. Eric. Wob. 20. THIS very pretty species of heath is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it was introduced into this country in 1820, and is now pretty generally cultivated. The neatness of its habit,...
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Book of natural history; containing a description of animals and birds

Francis Orpen Morris - 1852
..."follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man chalí sre the Lord." RATEL. • THE ratel is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, from whence it is frequently known by the name of the Cape ratel. The height of this animal is about ten or twelve...
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