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Books Books 1 - 5 of 5 on Camellia". The description of Camellia reticulata by Dr. John Lindley continues 'we....
" Camellia". The description of Camellia reticulata by Dr. John Lindley continues 'we conceive there can be no doubt of this being specifically distinct from C. japonica, from which it is distinguished by its rigid, flat, strongly reticulated leaves, and... "
The Botanical Register: Consisting of Coloured Figures of Exotic Plants ... - Page 1077
by Sydenham Teast Edwards, John Lindley - 1827
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement, Volume 3

Agriculture - 1828
...brought from China, by Captain Rawes, to TC Palmer, Esq., at Bromley. (Gard. Alag., vol. ip 3-41.) It is distinguished by its rigid, flat, strongly reticulated leaves, and also by its silky ovarium. — Psfdium (a name of Dioscorides for the Pomegranate) pyriferum, Pear-bearing Guava. P. pyriferum,...
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THE GARDENER'S MAGAZINE

J.C. LOUDON, F.L.S.H.S.&C - 1828
...species brought from China, by Captain Rawes, to TC Palmer, Esq., at Bromley. (Gard. Mag., vol. ip 341.) It is distinguished by its rigid, flat, strongly reticulated leaves, and also by its silky ovarium.—Psidium (a name of Dioscorides for the Pomegranate) pyriferum, Pear-bearing Guava. P. pyriferum,...
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement, Volume 3

Agriculture - 1828
...species brought from China, by Captain Rawes, to TC Palmer, Esq., at Bromley. (Gard. Afag., vol. ip 341.) It is distinguished by its rigid, flat, strongly reticulated leaves, and also by its silky ovanum. — Psidium(a name of Dioscorides for the Pomegranate) pyrfferum, Pear-bearing Guava. P. pyrfferum,...
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The gardeners dictionary, Volume 2

Philip Miller - 1835
...the genus that hasyetbeenintroduced. It is of a strong and robust habit; differing from C. iaponica by its rigid, flat, strongly reticulated leaves, and...aspect ; the petals are much undulated, and irregularly and loosely arranged, with none of the compactness and regularity for which the C. japonica is so much...
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Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed: In ..., Volume 54

John Sims - Botany - 1827
...plant, I adopt Mr. LINDLEY'S suggestion, of its being a new species, " distinguished from C.japonica by its rigid, flat, strongly reticulated leaves, and...aspect; the petals are much undulated, and irregularly and loosely arranged, with none of the compactness and regularity for which the C.japonica is so much...
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