Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum (Google eBook)

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JLepipherum D
15
Other Species C holonerfcea
16
sibncay
17
gl longifblia Pursh M
26
Accra cotonoso
27
conspicua SaJisb
33
triloba Pers OrchidoeArpum
39
densis Hart Mill
46
nervosa Ara
52
Zanth6xylum ramifldrum Mx
56
Ovarium solitary Placenta
62
gkntea Deaf T rotundifolia
68
Tvpericum L
74
BucimpLa Ham
80
palmatum Thunb
90
rubrum L
91
Xegc vdo Mcen
122
Pa via Boerh
128
CVrasus Jlltl
131
KOLREUTER Lx I 34
134
Xathoxylum L
142
Frine Fr Eschenbldttrigcs
143
J?conymus 7V
149
ThymiUedet AlpesVr
153
Amer V hrrtiUsm Ait Hort
155
Mygindj Jacq
156
balearicaZ
160
glaber L
166
FL
168
carolinihiiusWnft
176
Gentv
177
collinus Doug
182
typhina L
188
Sophora R Br
194
Spartium Dec
202
Meth o i spindsa Fl Wet
208
alba Lam Diet Spartium
214
nigricans L
218
orientalis Lois
226
f canescens Nt
232
hispida L
236
wotginsis Spreng Syst
244
Fr Gledilschie Ger Gledit
250
canadensis Lam
255
Philadelphacese
257
AtHYGDaeJ
261
Aibicocco amcricano Ital
268
Hydriingeoe
271
candicans Balb
275
sylvestris Bauh
277
Macqui in Dec Prod
282
and Lah PI Syr Dec P
283
Padus Dec
289
virginiana Mx
291
Jrawrphn Mi Fl
293
SmMXM
297
trilobata L
303
Menziesii Hook
308
Leaves digitate
314
Cowanm U
321
flapa Bote
325
rubella Smith
331
A Species Natives of Britain
337
dumet6rum7Awi
340
tearica Deaf Cit Pers Ench
346
i Coccinea
353
cocdnea Mill N Du Ham
354
Nigra
362
fblia Walt Car and Punh
368
Till
371
Heterophylla
374
E Varieties differing in
378
Pyracantha Perc
385
Stranvs L
403
MSS M afflnis D
409
sis y rotundifblia Michx
413
the Busked Lady and
419
microcarpa Null 742
427
Amcr
430
torminalis Ehrh
436
Bor Amer S micrantha
442
a depressa L
448
f glaiicus KtVrf
454
G nana L
457
Stems more slender
464
oxyacanthoides
470
Botryenrjmm
475
atropurpiireum
487
montevidensis D
491
Cinnamdmea Lindl
492
Berries two on each
539
St helixn L
546
latifoliaD Don
552
Calluna Sal
559
aystiralis Walt Fl Car M
569
PfERis D Don
570
Arbutus C
573
Smiths Hist of Nora Scotia
580
Other Species R arboreum
590
A coccineu Lodd Bot
598
Faccinium X
604
clevitum Hort V
608
nitidum Andr
614
Halevsi Ellis
620
Zigustrum 7iu
628
spicatum Hamilt
630
which are the common
636
Rose
639
White Ash Green Ash
646
ryrmss Lin Sp F Ornus
652
Vervinea vulgaris Park Thca
658
spinosa L
660
gina Tmirn Inst Pseudo
664
Budhle L
670
Meide Ger Atriptice Ital
676
carolinensis Catcs
683
fvliis Tourn Itln Laureole
689
Nyss L
693
Other Species of Tragopyrum
694
Shephkrd Nutt
700
Moro Ital
706
a tatarica Pall
709
montana Bnnh
720
Canadian Elm the American
724
uVjlans L
732
porcina Nutt
740
caurasica Kunth
743
but not of VVilld nor the
749
Fragile Borrer
757
Platanaceao
762
vitelllna L
763
reflexa Forbes
765
obtusifoliaWAW
771
sphacelata Sm 777
777
Small Bilberrylike shrubs
786
Populus TWn
819
trcmula L 821
821
Ternata Leaves 3
837
Brtoxa Poliih
838
Chi Goth B palustris pbmila
841
Foliage deciduous
855
Beilopsi
860
Prinus Chestnut
866
Catesbi Willd
873
imbricata Willd
879
Jfalaamilcea
880
Baltota Des
882
European Kinds
889
Q pallida Blume Fl Jav 89
895
ti mexicana Humb Sf Bon
901
Romans according to BauMn
905
b Species not yet introduced into
911
? americana
918
arborescensFitch
924
occidentalis L
931
MyricAceae
934
Ephedra L
937
fPodocarpus macrvpkyllus Sw
943
iYrius L
950
Pin sauvase Pin iVKcosse Fr
951
CupreBsioae
980
northern states Ycliow Pine
987
Natives of the Canaries
994
palimis 1in Wob P
1000
macrophllaX
1006
B Cones with the Scales
1016
Natives of Nepal and Mexico
1022
P laxa Ehrh Beitr P cana
1030
Schiertings Fichte
1036
Mount Atlas
1042
Natives of Mexico
1049
Oxy cedrus L
1083
squamdsa Walt
1089
ENDOGEN
1093
Uliaceae
1099
Sophoba
1114
cific Namea
1119
Glossarial Index
1136
General Index
1142
virescens Forbes 765
1159

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Page i - ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TREES AND SHRUBS; being the "Arboretum et Fruticetum Britannicum" abridged: containing the Hardy Trees and Shrubs of Great Britain, Native and Foreign, Scientifically and Popularly Described : with their Propagation, Culture, and Uses in the Arts ; and with Engravings of nearly all the Species. Adapted for the use of Nurserymen, Gardeners, and Foresters.
Page 820 - Root creeping, and producing numerous suckers. Branches very white, and densely downy when young. Leaves angular, and generally with three principal lobes, variously and unequally toothed, blunt-pointed, veiny; dark green and smooth above, and covered with a thick remarkably white down beneath.
Page 725 - When fully seasoned, the wood is highly esteemed for the carriages of cannon, and for the gunwales and blocks of ships. The red elm is less multiplied than the white, and the two species are rarely found together, as the red elm requires a substantial soil, free from moisture, and even delights in elevated and open situations.
Page 64 - Mill.) A large deciduous tree. Europe, and Britain in some aboriginal woods. Height 60 ft. to 90 ft. Flowers yellowish white ; August and September. Fruit yellow; ripe in October. Decaying leaves yellow, or yellowish brown. Naked voung wood reddish, or yellowish brown.
Page 414 - Indians for making arrows and pipe stems; and it is thence termed by the Canadian voyagers bois de fleche. Its berries, which are about the size of a pea, are the finest fruit in the country; and are used by the Cree Indians both in a fresh and in a dried state. They " make excellent puddings, very little inferior to plum-pudding.
Page 235 - I had no means of sowing it until the year 1823. I then began sowing it, but upon a very small scale. I sold the plants; and, since that time, I have sold altogether more than a million of them.
Page 778 - Stem erect. Branches spreading, downy. Leaves broadly elliptical, nearly orbicular, slightly toothed, glaucous and downy, with rectangular veins beneath. Style as long as the linear notched stigmas. (Smith Eng.
Page 648 - The young shoots to which the leaves are attached are distinguished by four opposite membranes , 3 or 4 lines broad and of a greenish colour, 'extending through their whole length : this character disappears the third or fourth year, leaving only the traces of its existence. The seeds are flat from one extremity to the other , and a little narrowed towards the base. The wood of the Blue Ash possesses the characteristic properties of the genus , and of all the species of the Western States it is the...
Page 334 - ... Leaflets, 5 7, coriaceous, rigid, ovate or lanceolate, deflexed. Flower bud ovate-globose; Sepals spreading during the time of the flowering. Fruit, subglobose, very coriaceous. Calyx and peduncle more or less hispid with glanded hairs, somewhat viscose. A species allied to R.
Page 767 - No. 82. ; and our fig. 82. in p. 806. Leaves elliptic-oblong, convex, somewhat toothed, with a curved point ; glaucous, silky, and veiny beneath. Stipules minute. Stems prostrate, with elongated straight branches. Ovary stalked, ovate, silky. Styles shorter than the stigmas. Jt S./. 4 fa:

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