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Seite 78 - Lamarckiana, a species, we believe, introduced into England by Mr. Drummond. Its height is between three and four feet; it blooms the first year, is a very hardy biennial, and is superior to any other (Enothera in the size and number of its blossoms, which measure four inches in diameter.
Seite 68 - It was first exhibited this season at a meeting of the Floral Committee of the Royal Horticultural Society, by Messrs.
Seite 69 - Disa grandiflora is a native of a ravine on the top of Table Mountain at the Cape of Good Hope...
Seite 84 - Carissima (Smith), fig. 2, is a flower of first-rate properties, and as such received a first-class certificate from the Floral Committee of the Royal Horticultural Society.
Seite 74 - Slough, by whom they were raised, at a meeting of the Floral Committee of the Royal Horticultural Society in June last, when a first-class certificate was awarded to Delicata (Fig.
Seite 78 - flowers larger than any other of the North American species, and of an agreeable scent." The Floral Magazine for 1862 gives a plate of Oenothera lamarckiana with some notes on the species from which the following is quoted: The one now figured was grown by Messrs. Carter & Co., the well-known seedsmen of High Holborn and of the Crystal Palace nursery, Forest Hill. To them we are indebted for the following particulars (Dombrain, 1862): We received, about four years ago, some seed from Texas unnamed....
Seite 80 - Slough, at one of the meetings of the Floral Committee of the Royal Horticultural Society, along with some other seedlings, and were greatly admired.
Seite 94 - From their habitat, they are both likely to be hardy ; and we should think, that it would be well worth the consideration of those interested in the...