A Catalogue of the Flowering Plants and Higher Cryptogams; Both Native and Introduced, Found Within about Thirty Miles of Hanover, N. H., Including a Few Cultivated Species, to Which Is Appended a List of Vertebrate Animals of the Same

A Catalogue of the Flowering Plants and Higher Cryptogams; Both Native and Introduced, Found Within about Thirty Miles of Hanover, N. H., Including a Few Cultivated Species, to Which Is Appended a List of Vertebrate Animals of the Same

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ... C. hybridum, L. (Maple-leaved Goosefoot.) Introduced from New York. C. Glaucum, L. (Oak-leaved Goosefoot.) European. C. Bonus-henricus, L. (Blitum Bonus-Henricus, Reich.)--(Good King Henry.) European. C. capitatum, Watson. (Blitum capitatum, L.)--(Strawberry Blite.) Around dwellings; infrequent. C. Botrys, L. (Jerusalem Oak.) Claremont, Dr. Barrows; Hanover, etc.; European. C. Ambrosioides, L. (Mexican Tea.) Claremont, Dr. Barrows; from tropical America. Roubieva, Moquin. R. multiFiDA, Moq. (Chenopodium multifidum, L.) Claremont, Dr. Barrows. All the above plants of this Order are weeds in the vicinity of cultivated grounds or dwellings. Cultivated species of this Order include: --Beta Vulgaris (Common Beet), and Spinachia Oleracea (Common Spinach), both from Europe. Order 65. PHYTOLACCACE-ffi. Pokeweed Family. Phytolacca, Tourn. Pokeweed. P. decandra, L. Roadsides. Dr. Barrows. More common in southern New England. Order 66. POLYGONACEiE. Buckwheat Family. Eumex, L. Dock. Sorrel. R. Patientia. L. (Patience Dock.) This plant of northern Vt., and central Mass., should be within our limits. R. Britanica, L. (R. orbiculatus, Gray)--(Great Water-Dock.) Swamps. R. altissimus, Wood. (R. Britanica, Gray)--(Pale Dock.) Claremont, Dr. Barrows. R. verticillatus, L. (Swamp Dock.) Killington Mt., Vt., Denslow. R. Crispus, L. (Curled Dock.) Very common everywhere. R. Obtusifolius, L. (Bitter Dock.) Fields and roadsides. R. Sanguineus, L. Bloody-veined Dock.) Royalton, Vt., etc., Ward. R. Acetosella, L. (Sheep Sorrel.) The last four are weeds in fields and pastures. European. Eheum, L. Rhubarb. R. Rhaponticum, L. (Garden Rhubarb or Pie Plant.) Escaped from cultivation. Native of Asia. Polygonum, Tourn. Knotweed. Smartweed. Bindweed. P. aviculare, L...show more

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  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236641019
  • 9781236641014