Hortus Britanno-Americanus: Or, A Curious Collection of Trees and Shrubs: The Produce of the British Colonies in North America; Adapted to the Soil and Climate of England ...
W. Richardson and S. Clark, 1763 - 41 Seiten
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Es wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.
alſo alternately America appear bark beautiful become Bermudas berries bloſſoms branches bunches capſula Carolina cedar climate cluſters cold colour common conſiſtence containing covered curious divided earth ends endure England feeds feet feet high firſt five floribus flowers foil foliis folio foot-ſtalks four frequently fruit gardens giving grain green ground hanging hard height inches long increaſe Indians kind land larger laying leaves leſs manner middle moiſt moſt native naturalized North northern nuts particularly petals places plant pointed procured produce purple Quercus raiſed require reſembling retains ripe riſes river root ſame ſeeds ſeems ſet ſeveral ſhaped like thoſe ſhining ſhoot ſhort ſhould ſhrub ſide ſingle ſize ſmall ſmooth ſome ſometimes ſomewhat ſpecies ſpread ſtalks ſtamina ſtanding ſtems ſucceeded Theſe trees Theſe trees grow thick thoſe trunk twelve twenty uſe uſually Virginia Virginiana warm winter wood yellow