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Juniperus communis péndula (Rivers) Gard. Mag. for 1843, p. 60., the pen

dulous common Juniper. Rare. 5s. Thùja péndula E. of T. p. 1071. A. B. p. 2461., the drooping Arbor Vitæ.

215. Said to be a hybrid between the red cedar and the Occidental arbor vitæ, raised by accident in Messrs. Loddiges's nursery. There is a fine

specimen in the gardens at Kew. Rare, but quite hardy. The foregoing kinds may all be considered as cemetery trees, par excellence. Those which follow are for the sake of variety in cemetery gardens of considerable extent, say fifty acres, and for cemetery arboretums.

Evergreen Trees with broad Leaves, of small Size and narrow conical Forms,

which may be used in Cemeteries. Cérasus Laurocérasus stricta (Rivers) Gard. Mag. 1843, p. 57., the up

right-growing common Laurel. 26. 6d. Quercus Ilex Fórdü, Ford's Evergreen Oak. 38. 6d. A very handsome low tree

or shrub, and one of the best broad-leaved evergreens for a cemetery.

* Of less fastigiate Forms, and small Size. Búxus balearica E. of T. p. 704. A. B. p. 1341., the Minorca Box, Height

15-20 ft. Is. 6d. Búxus sempervirens arborescens E. of T. p. 703. A. B. p. 1333., the Tree

Box. Height 15—30 ft. 9d. The badge of the Highland clan Mac

intosh. Búxus sempervirens variegata. 6d. The badge of the clan Macpherson.

** Of the same Kind, less fastigiate, and of larger Size. I'lex Aquifolium E. of T. p. 157. A. B. p. 505., the common Holly.

Height 20—30 ft. 6d. Decidedly the best broad-leaved evergreen

tree for a cemetery. I'lex balearica E. of T. p. 160. A. B. p. 516., the Minorca Holly. Height

10-20 ft. 2s. 6d. I'lex opaca E. of T. p. 160. A. B. p. 516., the opaque-leaved, or American,

Holly. Height 10—20 ft. 38. 6d. Cérasus Laurocérasus E. of T. p. 295. A. B. p. 716., the common Laurel.

Height 6—20 ft. 6d. Cérasus lusitánica E. of T. p. 294. A. B. p. 714., the Portugal Laurel.

Height 10—20 ft. 1s. 6d. Quercus I'lex E. of 7. p. 880. A. B. p. 1899., the common Evergreen

Oak. Height 15—30 ft. Several varieties. From 28. to 58. each. Quércus Sùber E. of T. p. 884. A. B. p. 1800. and 1911., the Cork Tree.

Height 20—30 ft. 28. 6d. Quércus Túrneri E. of T, p. 885. A. B. p. 1922., Turner's Oak. Height

40-50 ft. 28. 6d.

Evergreen Trees with broad Leaves and Shoots more or less pendulous, adapted

for being planted singly to hang over Graves. Cérasus Laurocérasus colchica (Rivers) Gard. Mag. 1843, p. 57., the pen

dulous-branched common Laurel. 58. I'lex Aquifolium pendulum E. of T. p. 1113., the drooping-branched com

mon Holly. Rare ; not yet to be purchased in the nurseries ; but capable of being easily and extensively propagated by budding on the common

holly. The badge of the clan Drummond. Quercus Cérris fulhamensis péndula (Rivers) Gard. Mag. 1843, p. 59., the

weeping Fulham Oak. Quércus Ilex péndula, the drooping-branched Evergreen Oak.

DECIDUOUS TREES. Deciduous Needle-leaved Trees of fastigiate Shapes, which may be used in

Churchyards. Làrix americana E. of T. p. 1056. A. B. p. 2399., the American Larch.

Height 80–100 ft. ls. Làrix europæ'a communis E. of T. p. 1054. A. B. p. 2350., the common

Larch. Height 80–100 ft. 6d. Taxodium distichum E. of T. p. 1078. A. B. p. 2481., the deciduous Cypress. Height 50–80 ft. 28. 6d.

* With pendulous Branches. Làrix europæ`a pendula E. of T. p. 1054. A. B. p. 2350., the weeping

Larch. 78.6d. Taxòdium distichum péndulum E. of T. p. 1078. A. B. p. 2481., the

weeping deciduous Cypress. 58.

Deciduous broad-leaved Trees of fastigiate Forms and small Size. Amelánckier flórida E. of T. p. 414. A. B. p. 876., the flowery Amelanchier.

Height 10–20 ft. 2s.6d. Amelánchier sanguínea E. of T. p. 413. A. B. p. 875., the blood-coloured

Amelanchier. Height 10—20 ft. 2s. 6d. Cotoneaster acuminata E. of T. p. 409. A. B. p. 872., the acuminated

leaved Cotoneaster. Height 10—15 ft. Is. 6d. Cratæ gus Oxyacantha stricta E. of T. p. 375. A. B. p. 832., the upright

Hawthorn. 28. 6d. Very hardy, and very suitable for a cemetery where

deciduous trees are admitted. Cratæ gus tanacetifolia E. of T. p. 372. A. B. p. 828., the Tansy-leaved

Thorn. Height 20—30 ft. 28. 6d. Gymnócladus canadensis E. of T. p. 255. A. B. p. 656., the Kentucky Coffee Tree. Height 30—60 ft. 28. 6d.

* Of larger Size. Pópulus balsamífera E. of T. p. 830. A. B. p. 1673., the Balsam-bearing

Poplar, Height 40—50 ft. Is. Pópulus fastigiata E. of T. p. 827. A. B. 1660., the Lombardy Poplar.

Height 50—150 ft. 3d. Quércus pedunculàta fastigiàta E. of T. p. 849. A. B. p. 1731., the py

ramidal Oak. 38. 6d. Very suitable from its decidedly fastigiate mode of growth, and narrow conical shape. The common oak, of which this

is a variety, is the badge of the clan Cameron. U'lmus montåna fastigiàta E. of T. p. 721. A. B. p. 1398., the fastigiate

Elm. ls. 6d.

Deciduous low Trees with round compact Heads. Acer O'palus E. of T. p. 89. A. B. p. 421., the Opal, or Italian, Maple.

Height 8–12 ft. Is. 6d. Acer monspessulànum E. of T. p. 92. A. B. p. 427., the Montpelier Maple.

Height 15-40 ft. Is. 6d. A'cer créticum E. of T. p. 94. A. B. p. 430., the Cretan Maple. Height

10-30 ft. 28. 6d, Cérasus Mahaleb E. of T. p. 288. A. B. p. 707., the perfumed Cherry Tree.

Height 10—20 ft. 28. 6d. Liquidámbar imbérbe E. of T. p. 933. A. B. p. 2053., the beardless

Liquidambar. Height 10-20 ft.

O'rnus europæ'a E. of T. p. 651. A. B. p. 1241., the European flowering

Ash. Height 20- -30 ft. 2s. 6d. O'strya vulgàris E. of T. p. 920. A. B. p. 2015., the Hop Hornbeam.

Height 30-40 ft. 1s. Pyrus Aria E. of T. p. 432. A. B. p. 910., the White Beam Tree. Is. 6d. Pỹrus aucuparia E. of T. p. 439. A. B. p.916., the Mountain Ash. Height

20–30 ft. 6d. The badge of the clan M‘Lachlan. Deciduous Trees of small Size, with Heads more or less irregular, most of

which are remarkable for the Beauty of their Flowers or Fruit. A cer campestre E. of T. p. 93. A. B. p. 428., the Field Maple. Height

15-30 ft. ls, A'cer spicàtum E. of T. p. 80. A. B. p. 406., the spike-flowered Maple.

Height 18—20 ft. 1s. 6d. A'cer striatum E. of T. p. 81. A. B. p. 407., the striped-barked Maple.

Height 10—20 ft. Is. 6d. A cer tatáricum E. of T. p. 80. A. B. p. 406., the Tartarian Maple. Height

20-30 ft. s. 6d. Amygdalus communis E. of T. p. 263. A. B. p. 674., the common Almond

Tree. Height 20—30 ft. 2s.6d, Amygdalus commùnis macrocarpa E. of T. p. 264. A. B. p. 675., the large

flowered Almond. 28. 6d. Armeniaca vulgàris E. of T. p. 267. A. B. p. 682., the common Apricot

Tree. Height 20—30 ft. 28. 6d. Bétula nigra E. of T. p. 843. A. B. p. 1710., the black Birch. Height

60—70 ft. Bétula populifòlia E. of T. p. 841. A. B. p. 1707., the Poplar-leaved Birch.

1s, 6d. Bétula populifòlia laciniàta E. of T. p. 841. A. B. p. 1707., the cut-leaved

Poplar Birch. Is, 6d. Broussonètia papyrifera E. of T. p. 710. A. B. p. 1361., the Paper Mul

berry. Height 10—20 ft. ls. 6d. Caragànå arborescens E. of T. p. 237. A. B. p. 629., the Siberian Pea

Tree. Height 15—20 ft. ls. 6d. Cérasus Pàdus E. of T. p. 289. A. B. p. 709., the Bird-Cherry Tree.

Height 12—40 ft. 9d. Cérasus virginiàna E. of 7. p. 291. A. B. p. 710., the Virginian Bird

Cherry Tree. Height 30—40 ft. ls. 6d. Cércis Siliquastrum E. of T. p. 257. A. B. p. 657., the common Judas

Tree. Height 20—30 ft. Is. 6d. Abundant in the Protestant cemetery at Lisbon, and in the Turkish cemeteries at Constantinople. (Yacht

Voyage, vol. i. p. 20. and p. 37.) Córylus Colúrna E. of T. p. 923. Á. B. p. 2029., the Constantinople Hazel,

Height 50—60 ft. 28. 6d. Cratæ gus E. of T. p. 352. A. B. p. 813., the Thorn. Fifty species, all

beautiful. 2s. 6d. each. Cydònia vulgàris E. of T. p. 450. A. B. p. 929., the common Quince Tree.

Height 15—20 ft. 28. 6d. Cytisus alpinus E. of T. p. 215. A. B. p. 591., the Alpine, or Scotch,

Laburnum. Height 20—30 st. Is. 6d. Cytisus Labúrnum E. of T. p. 214. A. B. p. 590., the common Laburnum. Height 20 ft.

Is. Diospyros Lotus E. of T. p. 625. A. B. p. 1194., the European Lotus, or

common Date Plum. Height 20—30 ft. 28. 6d, Elæágnus hortensis E. of I. p. 696. A. B. p. 1321., the garden Elæagnus,

Oleaster, or Wild Olive Tree. Height 15—20 ft. Is. 6d. Gleditschia sinensis E. of T. p. 252. A. B. p. 654., the Chinese Gleditschia.

Height 30—50 ft. 28. 6d.

Halèsia tetraptera E. of T. p. 620. A. B. p. 1190., the common Snowdrop

Tree. Height 15—30 ft. 28. 6d. Hippophae Rhamnöides fémina E. of T. p. 698. A. B. p. 1324., the female

Sea Buckthorn. Height 15—20 ft. 1s. 6d. Kölreutèria paniculata E. of T. p. 135. A. B. p. 475., the panicled-flower

ing Kolreuteria. Height 20-40 ft. 1s. 6d, Magnòlia acuminata E. of T. p. 29. A. B. p. 273., the pointed-leaved Mag

nolia. Height 30—50 st. .55. Mléspilus germánica E. of T. p. 415. A. B. p. 877., the common Medlar.

28. 6d. Mléspilus Smíthü E. of T. p. 416. A. B. p. 878., Smith's Medlar. Height

15—20 ft. 28. 6d. Morus nigra E. of T. p. 706. A. B. p. 1343. 38. 6d.; and M. álba E. of T.

p. 707. A. B. p. 1348. ls.; the common-fruited and white-fruited Mul

berry Tree. Height 20—30 ft. Ptèlea trifoliàta E. of T. p. 144. A. B. p. 489., the three-leafleted Ptelea,

or shrubby Trefoil. Height 6—10 ft. ls. 6d. Pýrus E. of T. p. 417. A. B. p. 879., the Pear Tree. Ten species. 2s. 6d. Quércus TĚgilops E. of T. p. 860. A. B. p. 1861., the great prickly-cupped

Oak. Height 20—50 ft. 2s. 60. Quercus E’sculus E. of T. p. 853. A. B. p. 1844., the Italian Oak. Height

20-30 ft. 28. 6d. Sambùcus nìgra laciniàta E. of T. p. 513. A. B. p. 1027., the common, or

black-fruited, Elder. 18. Sambucus racemosa E. of T. p. 515. A. B. p. 1031., the racemose-flowered

Elder. Height 10–12 ft. Is. 6d. Sophòra japónica E. of T. p. 196. A. B. p. 563., the Japan Sophora. Height

40-50 ft. 1s, 6d. Virgilia lùtea E. of T. p. 198. A. B. p. 565., the yellow-wooded Virgilia.

Height 10—20 ft. 58.

Deciduous Trees of larger Size, remarkable for the Beauty of their Flowers, or

the Singularity or Fragrance of their Leaves. Acer Pseudo-Plátanus purpurea E, of T'. p. 86. A. B. p. 415., the purple

leaved Sycamore Maple. ls. The maple is the badge of the clan

Oliphant. E'sculus rubicunda E. of 1'. p. 126. A. B. p. 467., the reddish-flowered

Horsechestnut. Height 20—30 ft. 2s. 6d. Ailántus glandulosa E. of T. p. 145. A. B. p. 490., the glandulous-leaved

Ailanto. Height 50—60 ft. ls. 6d. Alnus cordifolia E. of T. p. 835. A. B. p. 1689., the heart-leaved Alder.

Height 15—20 ft. ls. 6d. A’lnus incana E. of T. p. 834. A. B. p. 1687., the hoary-leaved Alder. Height

50-70 ft. Is. 6d. Céltis austràlis E. of T. p. 727. A. B. p. 1414., the European Nettle Tree.

Height 30—40 ft. 28. 6d. Fagus sylvatica purpurea E. of T. p. 905. A. B. p. 1950., the common purple

Beech. 28. 6d. Liquidámbar Styracíflua E. of T. p. 932. A. B. p. 2049., the Sweet-Gum

Liquidambar. Height 30- -50 ft. ls. 6d. Liriodendron Tulipífera E. of T. p. 36. A. B. p. 284., the Tulip Tree. Height

50-90 ft. 28. 6d. Maclùra aurantiaca E. of T. p.711. A. B. p. 1362., the Osage Orange. Height

30–60 ft. 38, 6d. Negúndo fraxinifòlium E. of T. p. 122. A. B. p. 460., the Ash-leaved Ne

gundo. Height 15-30 ft. 18. Pàvia discolor E. of T. p. 133. A. B. p. 472., the two-coloured-flowered

Pavia. Height 3–10 ft. 28. 6d.

Pàvia flàva E. of T. p. 130. A. B. p. 471., the yellow-flowered Pavia. Height

30—40 ft. Is. 6d. Plánera Richárdi E. of T. p. 726. A. B. p. 1409., Richard's Planera. Height

50–70 ft. Is. 6d. Plátanus orientalis E. of T. p. 928. A. B. p. 2033., the Oriental Plane.

Height 60-80 ft. Is. 6d. Pópulus balsamífera E. of T. p. 830. A. B. p. 1673., the Balsam-bearing Poplar. Height 40-50 ft.

Is. Quercus coccinea E. of T. p. 869. A. B. p. 1879., the Scarlet Oak. Height

80 ft. ls. 6d. Quércus palustris E. of T. p. 872. A. B. p. 1887., the Marsh, or Pin, Oak.

Height 80 ft. Is. 6d. Quercus rubra E. of T. p. 868. A. B. p. 1877., the red, or Champion, Oak.

Height 80--90 ft. Robinia Pseud-Acàcia E. of T. p. 233. A. B. p. 609., the common Robinia,

or false Acacia. Height 70–80 ft. 1s. Robínia viscosa E. of T. p. 235. A. B. p. 626., the clammy-barked Robinia.

Height 15—20 it. 2s. 6d. Salisbùria adiantifòlia E. of T. p. 945. A. B. p. 2094., the Maiden-hair-leaved

Salisburia. Height 60–80 ft. 38. 6d. Salix aurita E. of T. p. 776. A. B. p. 1560., the round-eared Sallow, or Willow.

Is. 6d. The badge of the clan Cumming. Sàlix caprea E. of T. p. 776. A. B. p. 1561., the Goat Sallow, or Willow.

Height 15—30 ft. 18. 6d. Sàlix pentándra E. of T. p. 754. A. B. p. 1503., the Sweet Willow, or Bay

leaved Willow. Height 18–20 ft. Is. 6d. Sàlix vitellìna E. of T. p. 763. A. B. p. 1528., the yellow Willow, or Golden

Osier. Height 30—50 ft. Is. 6d.

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Deciduous Trees with pendulous Branches, adapted for being planted singly by

Monuments, or over Graves as Substitutes for Monuments (Trauerbäume,

or Trees of Sorrow, Ger.). Amygdalus Pérsica péndula (Rivers) G. M. 1843, p. 57., the pendulous

branched Peach. Bétula álba péndula E. of T. p. 838. A. B. p. 1691., the weeping Birch. Is.

The birch is the badge of the clan Buchanan. Cérasus Pàdus bracteosa E. of T. p. 290. A. B. p. 702., the bracteolate

weeping Bird-Cherry. Is, 6d. Cérasus Padus péndula (Rivers) G. M. 1843, p. 57., the weeping Bird-Cherry. Cérasus semperflòrens E. of T. p. 281. A. B. p. 701., the ever-flowering

Cherry Tree. Height 10--20 ft. 1s. 6d. Cratæ'gus Oxyacántha péndula E. of T. p. 376. A. B. p. 832., the weeping

Hawthorn. Cytisus Labúrnum péndulum E. of T. p. 215. A. B. p. 590., the weeping La

burnum. 28. 6d. C'ýtisus alpinus péndulus E. of T. p. 216. A. B. p. 791., the weeping Scotch

Laburnum. Height 20—30 ft. 2s. 6d. Fagus sylvatica péndula E. of T. p. 906. A. B. p. 1876., the weeping Beech.

3s. 6d. Fagus sylvática purpurea péndula (Rivers) G. M. 1813, p. 60., the purple

weeping Beech Fraxinus excélsior péndula E. of T. p. 641. A. B. p. 1214., the weeping

Ash. 38. 6d. Fraxinus lentiscifolia péndula E. of T. p. 645. A. B. p. 1231., the weeping

Lentiscus-leaved Ash. 38. 6d. Pàvia rubra pendula, the weeping Horsechestnut. 28. 6d. Pópulus trémula pendula È. of T. p. 822. A. B. p. 1509., the weeping

Poplar. Is. 6d. The poplar is the badge of the clan Ferguson.

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