The Botanical Cabinet: Consisting of Coloured Delineations of Plants, from All Countries, with a Short Account of Each, Directions for Management, &c. &c, Volume 7

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J. & A. Arch, 1822 - Flowers
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Page 592 - ... light green leaves, studded with pellucid dots, and never troubled by insects. As a screen for a window, or covering for a wall, it is most valuable. It is easily propagated, every joint rooting if placed in the earth. The flowers are strawcolored, and often produced in greatest profusion. The plant is a native of the Cape of Good Hope, and has been introduced many years. It is admirably adapted for baskets. IVY. This plant, in some of its varieties, is probably the most popular ornament of the...
Page 656 - ... the glass and not see the image in it; or to gaze on the image, and never consider whose it is: or to read the book of the Creation, and mark nothing but the words and letters, and never mind the sense and meaning.
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Page 647 - ... it will grow to the height of four or five feet, and produce during the months of June and July abundance of (lowers, fingularly and beautifully marked.
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