The Floral Magazine: Comprising Figures and Descriptions of Popular Garden Flowers, Band 2

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L. Reeve & Company, 1862
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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 54 - THE GIFT OF FRANCIS SKINNER . OF DEDHAM IN MEMORY OF FRANCIS SKINNER (HC 1862) ' Received FLOKAL CABINET, MAGAZINE OF EXOTIC BOTANY.
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...
Seite 99 - Garth had long ceased to raise new flowers, though he was one of the first to give an impetus to the great improvement that has taken place in this beautiful flower.

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