The British Flower Garden, (series the Second): Containing Coloured Figures & Descriptions of the Most Ornamental and Curious Hardy Flowering Plants; Or Those that are Somewhat Tender ...
J. Ridgway, 1833
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3-lobed acute acutis alterna anthers apice base basi blossoms Botanical bractes branches Brown prodr bulbs CALCEOLARIA Calya Calyx Capsula Chelsea Class and Order colour Corolla Don Mss drawing was taken DRYPIS erect filaments filiform flor Flora Flores floribus flowers Folia foliis folio footstalks Francoa Garden genus glossy green hairs hairy half HEXANDRIA MONOGYNIA hort inches in length inches long inserted Involucrum keeled laciniis lanceolate leaves linear Linnean Class lobes lobis loculis longitudinally margine membranaceous Natural Order nearly Nierembergia numerous nunc oblong obovate obtuse outer Ovarium ovate ovatis pale Pedicles Peduncles perennial Perianthium petals Petioles Pistil plant plerumque pollen pubescent purple raceme Root rounded scape scapo scarcely Schult seeds segments Semina sepals sessile short shorter slightly solitarii Spathe species spreading Stamens Stamina stem Stigma Stigmata striated Style smooth Stylus Supra fol syst tapering terminated thickly clothed TRIANDRIA tube tubo upper side Willd yellow Zºº
Seite 22 - smooth, and glossy. Leaves from a span, to a foot long, impari-pinnate. Leaflets from 5 to 8 pair, with an odd one, nearly sessile, oblong, dilated, and some nearly an inch and a half broad at the base, and from one and a half to two and a half inches long,
Seite 16 - an inch and a half to three inches long, and from half an inch to an inch in breadth,
Seite 5 - The genus is principally distinguished by the long tube of the Perianthium. The name is of Peruvian origin, Tacso, being applied to several species of this genus in Peru, and was first employed by Jussieu, to denote this group. 1. Tube of the perianth split open, to
Seite 7 - who flourished at the commencement of the sixteenth century. He was author of several medical works, and an ardent cultivator and promoter of the science of Botany. The Francoa sonchifolia is the second species of Molina's genus Panke, the other being Gunnera