The botanic garden; representations of hardy ornamental flowering plants cultivated in Great Britain; with their names, classes [&c.]. [With] The floral register [and] The fruitist (Google eBook)
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9 inches ACONITUM VARIEGATUM Adenocarpus adopted alludes alpines America Height amongst ancients Annual Arum Arum maculatum attention beautiful Birmingham Botanic Garden botanists bulbs Calceolaria character Class cold frame colour cultivated DECANDRIA deduced derived Don's Syst Duration Perennial favourable feet Flowers in April Flowers in August Flowers in July Flowers in September foot Gagea Gailardia Gentian genus glands Greek grow growth habit Helonias HEXANDRIA Hort increased by division Introduced in 1833 Iris Iris pumila June known Lilies Linneus loam London Horticultural Society Loudon's Ency Lupinus MONOGYNIA Natural Order Native of California Native of N.America Nemophila open ground ornamental Orobus parterre peat peculiar PENTANDRIA Perennial perfectly hardy Phlomis POLYANDRIA possess present plant Primula produce propagated PUSCHKINIA raised from seeds rock-work roots sandy says SCHIZOPETALON Scilla seedling showy shrub Silene species specific name spring or autumn stamen stems SYNGENESIA tint tubers variety vegetable whilst winter word young plants