Maryland Weeds and Other Harmful Plants

Maryland Weeds and Other Harmful Plants

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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. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...III, 5; IX, 1) with large round terminal leaflets and 2 to 16 smaller lateral leaflets. 79. For plants with small or much divided leaves see 80. For plants with leaves over 3 inches across and more or less finely woolly beneath, see burdock (108, 227 ), with bur-like, purple flowered heads, and elecampane (196), with large, yellow flower heads. For other plants with leaves more or less covered with fine wool, see corn flower (191), with blue flowers; groundsel, with deeply lobed leaves and yellow flowers (196); golden aster, with almost entire margined leaves and yellow flowers (196); and the everlastings, with small, greenish or white, at least never yellow flowers (196). For other plants with large (one and one-half inch or more broad), almost entire leaves, see artichoke with yellow flowers (196) and other sunflowers, and elephant's-foot, with chiefly basal leaves and purple flowers (196). 80. For plants with much divided leaves, see corn chamomile, a low, white flowered, daisy-like plant (180); ox eye daisy (96, Plate VI, 3), over a foot high, with few-lobed or toothed leaves and larger flowers; and feverfew (196), a tall, branched plant with much divided leaves. For those with leaves only toothed or entire on the margin, see horseweed with greenish heads about IA, inch thick and many long, narrow leaves (127, Plate X, 10); fireweed with larger, cylindrical greenish, or white rayless heads and broader, toothed leaves (182); both strong scented. For tall, purple flowered plants with long, narrow leaves, see ironweed (125). For tall plants with small, white, daisy-like flowers, see whitetop (99, Plate X, 9), and asters (181). For plants with yellow-flowered heads, less than % inch across, see golden rods (114, 227). For more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236754891
  • 9781236754899