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Brief History of the Cultivation of Alpine Plants 2
Index of Plant Names
5-lobed Achenes acuminate acute alpine region anthers apex Apply fertilizer once Aquilegia flabellata bracts branches broadly Calyx Capsule Carpels Cauline leaves ciliate coarse grit coriaceous Corolla cultivate Culture—Mix cyme densely diam drainage easy to grow elliptical Expose the plant filaments filiform floccose Flowers forma full sun glabrous gravel Habit—A tall Habit—Perennial Habitat Habitat & Distribution—Sunny Hara hard to grow hirsute Increased by division japonica July and August Kamtschatka Kanuma-tuia Kuriles lanceolate leaf-mould loamy soil lobes longly stalked Makino Middle and Northern Middle Honshu moisture montane Nakai nipponica Northern Honshu oblanceolate oblong obovate obtuse once or twice Ovary ovate pale pedicels peduncle perennial Petals petiole pilose plant to full Propagated by division puberulous pubescent purple raceme Radical leaves reddish Rootstock Sakhalin Scape scoriae seed segments sepals serrate sessile shortly stalked slightly species Sphagnum Stamens stop fertilizing subalpine regions Takeda twice a month Viola crassa volcanic scoriae watering Yezo