Annals of Horticulture in North America for the Year 1889, 1891, 1892; A Witness of Passing Events and a Record of Progress

Annals of Horticulture in North America for the Year 1889, 1891, 1892; A Witness of Passing Events and a Record of Progress

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...sort.--Long Island Beauty. Brill. Ceanothus divaricatus, C. hirsutus and C. Orcuttii. Oreult "Wild lilacs " of California. Shrubs.--ovatus. Gillell 69"' Horsford. N. E. States. Celery, Salzer's Self-Blancher. Salzer. Celtis Kraussiana. Reasoner Bros. Natal, South Africa. Chaenactis artimisiaefolia and C. tenuifolia. Oreutt. Small compositous annuals, with whitish and lemon-yellow flowers, respectively. Californian. Chelone glabra var. alba. H. P. Kelsey. E. States. Chestnut, Hathaway. Loz/'ett. A large native nut, originating with Benjamin Hathaway, Little. Prairie Ronde, Michigan. 189o-1. Chilopsis saligna. Oreutt. Desert Willow, from California. One of the Bignoniacex. Chlorogalum angustifolium and C. parviflorum. Oreutt Small lilaceous Californian plants. Chrysanthemum, Alcazar. Nat/zan Smit/z 61 Son. Incurved apanese. Petals bronze-red with reverse old gold The flowers are very full and large, crimson-scarlet with reverse of old gold. On opening, the flower is slightly incurved, but gradually the petals assume a horizontal position, when the texture showsa beautiful velvety appearance. Strong grower, long-stemmed. Cross between Mrs. Weeeler and Cullingfordii. One of the "World's Fair Set."--Anna Dorner. FredDarner and dealers. A full. fine bold flower, with outer petals striped and' shaded rich carmine; center cream-white.--Anna M, Weybrecht. T. H. Spaulding and dealers. A magnificent pure white variety; petals broad and solid. A strong, vigorous grower. i Much like Mrs. Mary Morgan, but larger, and deeper pink. Astoria. U. S. Nur. Stout grower, perfectly double, petals irregularly twisted in every direction; good substance; deep rose-pink color. Atlanta. U. S. Nur. Fine high flower...show more

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  • Paperback | 140 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 263g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236891325
  • 9781236891327