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Identifier: cyclopediaofamer05bail
Title: Cyclopedia of American horticulture, comprising suggestions for cultivation of horticultural plants, descriptions of the species of fruits, vegetables, flowers and ornamental plants sold in the United States and Canada, together with geographical and biographical sketches, and a synopsis of the vegetable kingdom
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Bailey, L. H. (Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954, ed Miller, Wilhelm, 1869- joint ed
Subjects: Gardening — Dictionaries Plants — North America encyclopedias
Publisher: New York, Doubleday, Page & Company
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: UMass Amherst Libraries

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rm (R. Japonicus tricolor): slender trailer, with rose-colored stems and petioles: Ivs. ovate, mostly indistinctly 3-lobed, very sharply toothed, the youngest ones pinkish whiteand the mature ones blotched green and white. Not known tobe in cult, in this country. It would probably not be hardynorth. The botanical position of the plant is not designated.G.C. III. 16:95. J.H. III. 29:60. G.M. 37:442.—ii. Moluccanus,Linn. A large Raspberry, common in India and Malaya, and tobe expected as an introduced plant in many warm countries.Very robust, the canes and branches red-hairy and spiny: Ivs.very variable, large, usually hairy, dull-pubescent beneath,shallowly 3-5-lobed, irregularly serrate: fls. white, in con-tracted terminal clusters: fr. in shades of red, succulent. B.R.6:461.—ii. stellatus. Smith, produces an edible fruit, prized inAlaska: stem simple and herbaceous, only a few inches long,1-fld.: Ivs. cordate, 3-lobed or 3-parted: fls. red. NorthwesternArctic America. £,_ jj_ g_

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1588 RUDBECKIA RUDBECKIA RUDB£CKIA (after the two Professors Rudbeck,father and son, predecessors of Linnaeus at U-psala).Compdsiice. Cone-flower. As defined by Gray (Syn.Flora N. Amer., 1886), Rudbeckia is a genus of 21 spe-cies of North American herbs, many of which are hardyand perennial, bearing in summer showy fls. which usu-

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