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GENERAL NOTICES.

DOMESTIC NOTICES.

New Method of potting Plants, or Onc-Shift

ENGLAND.

System, 318; Disbudding Shoots with the

Leaves on, 648; A new Plough for raising Pota- Horticultural Society of London's Show, 378 ;

toes, 137; Stephens's Plant-protecting Flower-

Exbibitions in the Horticultural Society's

pot, with double Rim, 136; Saul's Fountain Garden, 453; The new Royal Gardens at
Flower-pot, 136; Brown's 'Pot with hollow Frogmore, 138 ; Royal Botanic Society of
Sides, 135 ; Garden Pots, 646; Hunt's improved London's Exhibition, 37€; Second Exhibition
Garden Pots and Saucers, 317 ; Improvements

of the Royal Botanic Society, 454 ; Waterer's
in Garden Pots, 316; Covered Garden in Paris,

Exhibition of American Plants, 378; Botanical

617; Articles of Cream-coloured Clay: Paving

Section of the Tower Street Mutual Instruction

Tiles for Walks, and Edgings for Beds in

Society, 326; The Lane-End Horticultural

Flower-Gardens, 507; Johnston's improved

Society, 139; The Chislehurst Horticultural

Portable Garden Engine, 316 ; A Pocket Society for Cottagers, 139; Kew Gardens,

Plant Case for Ladies, 131 ; Welch's Bricks

454; Naming of the Trees and Shrubs in Ken-

for forining circular Flues, 134 ; Draining-

sington Gardens, 649 ; Grounds of the Chis.

Pipes, 675; Edging of Seyssel Asphalte, 507;

wick Villa, 453; Bowood, Wiltshire, 677;

Parchment Labels, 646; Baillie's rounded Bicton Gardens in February, 1843, 138; Lea-
enamelled Case Locks, 453; Rendle's Tank mington Spa, Warwickshire, $28; Metropolitan
System of heating by hot Water, 505 ; To dry

Model Institution for improving the Dwellings
moist Air, 647; Asphalte Walks, 452 ; Turf

of the Industrious Classes, 85; Smoke given
Drains, 134 ; Wooden Houses, 647; Scott's off from the Chimneys of manufacturing Esta-
Patent Improvements in Cast-Iron, Wrought-

blishments in the Neighbourhood of the Metro-
Iron,and Soft-Metal Pipes, 321 ; Juckes's Smoke- polis, 327; Pinus Sabiniàna, 86 ; Picea spec-
consuming Furnace, '314; The Oropholithe,

iábilis, 86 ; Araucària Cunninghami, 85 ; Mag-
83 Wirework, 83 ; Consuming the Smoke

nolia conspicua at Wormleybury, 85; Oak at
;
of Hothouse Furnaces, 451; Distribution of

Hazel Grove, Castle Cary, Somersetshire, 86;
Sea Water all over the Country, 675; Distribu-

Missletoe on the Oak, 86; Paulownia impe-
tion of filtered Sewer Water, 675; Application

riàlis, 619; Verbena Melindres and V. Tweedie.

of the Principle of the Balloon to Landscape-

dna, 86 ; American Aloe, 649 ; Melons grown

Gardening, 646; Rockwork in the Walton in Leaves, 86 ; Cucumbers, 86 ; Gigantic Rasp-
Nursery, Liverpool, 452 ; Forcing Hyacinths so berries, 328 ; Victoria Rhubarb, $28 ; Mush-
as to bloom at Christmas, 676; Conservatory

rooms, 86; Practical and Scientific Associa.
Climbers, 676; Dámmara orientalis, 18+; The

tion for the Promotion of improved Street

Scotch Pine, a Substitute for Candles. Distil- Paving, 327; Royal Agricultural Society of

Jation of Oil of Turpentine from its Roots, 137 ; England, 455 ; Warping Lands on the Thames,

Grafting and Budding the Rhododendron, 647;

326 ; Draining, 326; Tile-Draining in North

Clématis azàrea grandifldra, 42; Cytisus Adàmi

amptonshire, 327.

(purple Laburnum), 315; Best Time for eating

SCOTLAND.

Pears, 619; Manuring Vince, 619; The most

economical Mode of dividing a square Plot of Testimonial to Dr. Neill, 455 ; Bust of Dr.

Ground, 321 ; Gregson's Green. Ilesh Melon, Neill, 87; Sir Walter Scott's Monument, 619;

84 ; Trap for the Wireworm, 646; Palmer's Tablet for the Indication of the Name of a

Universal Steamer, 507; To prevent Mice from Street, or a Guide Post to a Cross Road, 88;

Destroying early sown Peas, 184 ; Destroying Kirkintilloch and Campsie Horticultural So.

Wasps, 42; Wireworm destroyed by the Mole, ciety, 328 ; New Public Cemetery at Edin-

315; The Tree-Creeper (Cérthia familiaris) burgh, 459; Pine Cones a valuable Fuel, 328;

and the green Fly that infests Geraniums, 315; Remarkable Mountain Ash, 329; Foreign

Verbenas and Petunias, 619; The Stimulus of Trees which thrive in Shetland, 88; Yucca

Competition in Agriculture, 137 ; Use of Sul- gloridsa, 556 ; Glasgow Cathedral' saved by a

phate of Ainmonia in Agriculture, 82; Agri- Gardener, 677; Highland and Agricultural

cultural Implements, 82 ; Palmer's Improved Society of Scotland, 459.

Economical American Oven, 507 ; Cicer arieti.

IRELAND.

num L., 316; A Statesman become a Farmer,

676; Imperishable Bread, 618; The “Rule" | Agricultural Improvement, 89.

and the “ Rca on," 617; How a young Gar.

dener should travel by Railroad, 616; Ap-

RETROSPECTIVE CRITICISM.

proaching Similarity of Manners all over the

World, 617.

Cemeteries, 379; The Volume on Cemeteries,

329; Thoughts on modern Burying Grounds,

FOREIGN NOTICES.

90; Cemeteries and Churchyards, 380; Ceme-

teries, 185 ; Improving Churchyards, 3:9;

FRANCE.

Improvements in Kensington Gardens, 650;

Study of Bees, and of Chemistry and Vegetable

Grafting the Vine, 322; Camellias, 322.

Physiology, 508; Charcoal and Charcoal Dust,

110 ; Use of Charcoal in the Culture of Plants,

195; Professor Henslow's Lecture on Ma.
ITALY.

nures, 139; Garden Walks, 351 ; Double
U'lmus fúlva, 84 ; Nelúmbium tibetianum, 84 ;

Flower-Pots, 187; Yellow Glass suggested for
Exotic Trees and Shrubs at Monza, $22.

Plant-houses, 332 ; Saul's Potato Planter, &c.,
91 ; Lime water for killing Worms, 90; Ha-

bitations for the Poor, 44; Nutritive Proper-

NORTH AMERICA.

ties of Elm Leaves, 332; Transplanting large

Trees, 43; Roots and Tops of Trees, 90 ; The

Indigenous Trecs of North America not yet in- Bokhara Clover, and Physospermum cornu-

troduced, 324; State of the Country, 324; biénse, 187; Preservation of Grapes, 186;

Culture of American Vines in Germany, 327. Preservation of Fruits, 330; Cato's Method of

Shepherdia argentea Nutt., 42; Philadelphia preserving Grapes, 331 ; The River Delaware,

Horticultural Sociсty, 85; Boryanthes excelsa, 459 ; Errata, 89, 90, 459, 677.

85.

Lareh, 92; The Reason why Bees sometimes

OBITUARY die while they have Plenty of Food, in answer Sir John Robinson, K.H., 188 ; John Penn, Esq., to a Lady Bec-keeper, 187; Curious Cater- 380; John Milné, 880; William Sawrey Gilpin, pillar, 652; Caterpillar on Geraniums, &c., 459. Esq., 332 ; Mr. Robert Lymburn, 677.

LIST OF ENGRAVINGS.

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DIAGRAMS.
6. Cloth for tying over the Surface of Pots

69. Plan of the Serpentine River with sug-
gested Alterations

287 when syringing the Plants

50

70. Plan of the Basin in Kensington Gardens 289 7. Mode of placing Plants in Pots when

73. Plan of a Flower-Garden surrounded by springing them.

51

a Shrubbery 10. Berry of the Hubshee Grape

67

89. Plan of an Elizabethan Flower Garden 379 13. Bricks for circular Flues 14. Section of a Turf Drain

- 134 100. Plan of the Roccoco Garden of Baron 15. Peat covering for a Turf Drain

Hügel, at Hietzing . 135

111. Plan of a Garden for the Natural Ar16-18. Sections of Flower-Pots

136 52. Illustrative of a Mode of binding Birch

rangement of Herbaceous Plants 118. Plan of a Flower Garden for a Hill with 178

548

a sandy Soil 53–15. Sections of Flower-Pots

119. Plan of a Flower Garden adapted for a 74. Illustrative of the Growth of Grass Seeds

Hollow with a peaty Soil

550 sown at different Depths

308 79. Ilustrative of the most economical Mode

125. Plan of a Flower-Garden with angular

Beds of hurdling off a Field of Turnips

- 321

126–128. Ground Plan and Views of Garden 80. Section of the Hedge and Ditch Fences

Scenery, intended to point out errors

326 101. Section through Ground, showing the

in Landscape-Gardening - 608-661

135. Plan of a Flower Garden prevalent about advantage of laying it in Beds, to ex.

the Middle of the Seventeenth Century 667 pose it to the action of the Atmosphere 474 GARDEN STRUCTURES.

APPARATUS FOR HEATING WITH

HOT WATER, 67. Plan and Section of a Propagating House 267 75. Section of a House heated according to

51. Hot-Water Apparatus in use at StrathMr. Rendle's Tank System

fieldsaye 309

PLANS AND VIEWS OF CEMETERIES, INSTRUMENTS, IMPLEMENTS, UTEN.

WITH DIAGRAMS, &c., ILLUSTRATIVE

OF WHAT IS REQUIRED IN THEM. SILS, AND MACHINES. 2 Lancashire Potato-Dibber

41

19. Mode of Laying out a Cemetery in 3, 4. Saul's Potato-Planting Machine

- 144 41

imaginary Squares 5. Besom in use in Bicton Gardens

47

20. Manner of marking the Stones at the 12. Snow-Plough for Walks •

145 117

Angles of the Squares 76. Section of Johnston's portable Garden

21-28. Plans of Beds and Borders for 316

Flowers and Shrubs für each side of a 77, 78. Hunt's improved Garden Pot and

Cemetery Walk

150, 151 317

29. Ground Plan of the Entrance Lodge to 108–110. Views and Elevations of Crane

the Tower Hamlets Cemetery

153 necked Hoes

495, 496

30. Section of a Vault fitted up with Catacombs

154 31. Section of a Brick Grave and a common GROUND PLANS AND VIEWS OF

Grave

155 BUILDINGS

32. Pedestal on an under-ground Pier 156 8. Ground Plan of a Cottage

53

33. Double Foundation for Head-Stones - 157 9. Improved Ground Plan of a Cottage 5+ 34. Monumental Tally of Cast Iron

157 58–62. Views of Cottages in different styles

35. Double Bed for two Rows of Graves 158

158 254, 255

36. Section of a Cesspool 71. View of the Fountain in the Serpentine

37–44. View, Plan, Elevations, and Sections River in Kensington Gardens - 291

of Grave-Boards used in Cemeteries 120-129. Ground Plans and Elevation of

159_161 Five Suburban Dwellings with their

45, 46. Screw Lever and Plank Hook - 608, 609

56, 57. Concealed Brick and Tile Edging for 123, 124. Side and End View of Chimney-tops 611

Cemetery Walks

72. Mr. Jukes's Truck-Hearse PLANS OF GARDENS, AND VIEWS OF

81. Ground Plan of Cambridge Cemetery GARDEN SCENERY.

82, 83. Sections of the Ground at the Cambridge Cemetery

$59 111. Plan of a Flower-Garden on Gravel 70 84. Ground Plan of the Chapel at the Cam47. A Lawn laid out in the Gardenesque

bridge Cemetery

. 379 Style

168 85. View of Entrance Lodge designed for 48. A Lawn laid out in a mixed Style 169

the Cambridge Cemetery

360 49. Plan of a Flower Garden in the Geomc- 86, 87. View and Section of the Chapel de

signed for the Cambridge Cemetery 360 50. Plan of an Architectural Flower Garden 173 88. Isometrical View of the Cambridge 63. Plan of a Flower Garden on Turf

- 262
Cemetery

S61 64, 65. Plans of Gardens for American 90. Design for Laying out and Planting a

Engine

Saucer

- 162

Gardens

- 217 - 299

$57

tric Style

- 171

400 - 586 - 588 - 620

264, 265 Cemetery on hilly Ground 66. Plan of a Garden for Dahlias and Holly. 91, 92. Views of the Soutlı Metropolitan

- 266

Cemetery 68. Plan of the Serpentine River in Ken

93, 91. Views of Turkish Cemeteries 401, 405 sington Gardens 286 95. View of a Chinese Cemetery

- 406

Plants

hocks

402, 103

- 476

a

96. View of the Cemetery of Hafiz . 407 115. Plan for a Cemetery Chapel

- 535 97. View of a Chinese Cemetery

• 408 116. Diagram showing how the Mephitic Gas 102. A Churchyard proposed to be planted as

may be collected and carried off from a Cemetery Garden

Catacombs 103. View of a Churchyard planted as 117. Hand-bier for Cemeteries Cemetery Garden

- 479 104, 105. Monuments in Dumfries Churchyard

489, 484

PLANTS. 106, 107. Isometrical View and Ground Plan 1. Plagianthus Lampènii

35 of a Churchyard adapted for an Agri. 98. Raspberry attacked by the Larva of the cultural Parish

491. 493
Raspberry Beetle

412 112. View of the Entrance Lodge to the Newcastle Cemetery

533 113. Roofing Tiles used in the Cambridge

INSECTS.
Cemetery Chapel
531 99. The Raspberry Beetle

413 114. Geological Diagram, showing the Strata

in which Interments may be made, 129_194. Human Figures to illustrate the without injuring the Springs and Wells 535 Science of Phrenology

663, 664

LIST OF NEW AND RARE PLANTS FIGURED IN THE BOTANICAL PERIODICALS FOR THE YEAR 1843.

- 418

499

- 499

- 616

- 448

- 499

500 - 616 - 500

500

LA LAGE

hovexfolia New Holland . 445 | LA'THYRUS

nervdsus U South Brazil - 445 pubéscensu South Brazil

LIPA'RIA

párva Hu Cape of Good Hope OXYLO'BIUM 614 obovatum u Swan River ZI'CHYA

villosa LU Swan River . 446

Onagraceae.
FUCHSIA

alpestris AU Brazil
- 614 exoniensis Hybrid

spléndens Mexico GODE TIA

grandiódra o California 446

Melastomàceæ.
CENTRADE'NIA

ròsea Mexico • 46 MARCE TIA

excoriàta O Mexico MEDINI'LLA 416 erythrophylla eu East Indies PLEROMA

Benthamidnum # O Brazil - 447

Myrtàccæ.
EUCALYPTUS

splachnicárpon 'IU K. G. Sound - 447 HYPOCALYÄMMA robústum mu New Holland

Passiflòrea. 447 PASSIFLO'RA

actinia LO Brazil

. 501

- 501

- 501

Ranunculacce. HELLEBORUS

olympicus A Bithynia TROLLIUS acaulis A

Cashmere

Dilleniaceæ. CANDO'LLEA tetrandra

Swan River

Winteraceæ. ILLI'CIUM religiosum

Japan

Caryophyllàccæ. VISCA'RIA oculata O Algiers

Malvàccæ. MA'LVA campanulata m

Ternstræmiàceæ. SAURAU?I4 spectábilis 0 Bolivia

Malpighiàceæ. STIGMAPHY'LLUM heterophyllum e o Tucuman

Geranidccæ. GERA'NIUM eriánthum A California

Tropæolàcea. TROPA OLUN azureum Iu Chili

Ostalidàcece. OXALIS rubrocincta Au Guatemala

Rutacere. ACRONY'CHIA

Cunninghami J Moreton Bay CORRAA

bicolor BU Hybrid ERYTHROCHII TON brasiliensis O Brazil

Leguminòsæ. Acacia

rotundifolia mu New Holland BossiÆ A

virgata 2U Swan River CYTINUS

Weldenii de Dalmatia GASTROLO‘BIUM

acutum nu Swan River HO'VEA

racomuldsa nu Swan River

spléndens ku Swan River INDIGO FERA

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Loasàceæ. LOA'SA or Cajd PHORA 447 Herbértii Hybrid

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Dósua su Nepal

stachyddes * N. E. of India LABICHÆ°A

bipunctàta Swan River

Cactàccæ. - 615

ECHINOCACTUS

centetèrius Mexico

MAMMILLA`RIA
• 615 pyenacantha 1. Mexico

turbinata J Mexico
448 RuI' PSALIS

brachiata U Buenos Ayres
- 615

Grossulacea.
RIBES
- 616

álbidum Hybrid
. 448

Rubiacea.
- 448 GARDENIA

Sherboúrnice Lo Sierra Leone
500 Mane'UTIA
- 500

bicolor LU Brazil

RONDELETIA - 616

longifidra mo Brazil

- 503

- 502

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Orchidaceae. AB'RIDES crispum EA East Indies

623 BARKERIA spectábilis EA Guatemala

624 BROMFIEA'DIA palustris Ea Sumatra

624 CATASETUM globifòrum E Brazil

625 plániceps ED Spanish Main 625

viridi-flavum El Central America 625 CATTLE'YA supérba E a Guiana

625 CIRRHOPE'TALUM chinense EA China

• 625 CLOWE'SIA rosea EA Brazil

625 COMPARE'TTIA rosea EA Spanish Main

- 625 CYCNO'CHES

pentadáctylon EA Brazil CYMBI'DIUM devoniànum EA India

626 DENDRO BIUM àqueum EA India

.626 cucumérinum E A New Holland 626 macranthum EO Manilla

626 rhombeum EA Manilla

626 sanguinoléntum EM Ceylon -626 taurinum EA Manilla

· 626 EPIDENDRUM lancifolium EA Mexico

627 LÆ'LIA flàva EA Brazil

.628 LYCA'STE plàna EA Bolivia

- 628 MAXILLARIA

acutipétala EA Central America 628 MILTO'NIA Clowèsia EA Brazil

629 ONCI'DIUM bicalldsum En Guatemala

- 629 microchilum Ea Guatemala

.699 unifidrum EA Organ Mountains - 629 urophyllum A Brazil

- 629 ODONTOGLOSSUM citrósmum EA Mexico

- 629 PERISTERIA

Humboldti EA Venezuela - 630 RENANTHERA matùtina E Manilla

630 STANHOPEA Martiàna E Mexico

630 STELIS atropurpurea EA Mexico

630 VANDA cristàta E A Nepal

• 631

spléndens ho Brazil GLOXI'NIA

tubifòra A South Brazil HYPOCK'RTA strigillosa a

Organ Mountains NEYATA'NTHCS longipes ho Brazil

Ericacea. COMAROSTA' PHYLIS arbutöldes

Guatemala MACLEANIA

angulata no Peru RHODODENDRON fràgrans u Hybrid

Apocynacea. . Echi TES

atropurpurea LD South Brazil hirsuta Lo Organ Mountains spléndens LO

Organ Mountains

Gentià neæ. LEIA'NTHUS nigréscens J Guatemala

Convolvulacese.
IPOMENA

Tweedidi I u Parana
PHARBITIS
Ostrina 1o Cuba

Boraginaceae
ECHIUM
petræ'um Dalinatia .

Solanacea. CE'STROM viridiforum O South Brazil

Scrophularinea. SCHIZA'NTHUS

cándidus o Coquimbo TETRANE'MA mexicànum w Mexico

Labiatæ.

620

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692 spléndens E Mexico

622 Acanthacea. ERA'NTHEMUM montanum to India

622 Primulàceæ. ANDRO'SACE lanuginosa A Himalaya

622 Begoniaceæ. BEGONIA crassicaulis

Guatemala - 622 coccinea no Organ Mountains hydrocotylifolia E ?S. America - 623

Protekceæ, Isopo'GON scàber ku Swan River

Flæagnaceæ. ELBAGNUS parvifdlia • North of India

623

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fúlgens ♡ Cayenne

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LIST OF PLANTS

MENTIONED OR TREATED OF IN THE PRESENT VOLUME.

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A List of New Holland Plants at Bicton Gar.

A List of Hardy Trees and Shrubs growing in dens

the Royal Gardens, Monza

323 A List of Camellias and other Plants at Bic- A List of Rhododendrons in the Collection at ton Gardens

26 Dysart House. A List of Stove Plants at Bicton Gardens 31 A List of Spiræas, North American Oaks, Lists of Hardy Trees and Shrubs at Bicton Abiétinæ, and Cupressinæ, in the Garden of Gardens 47. 111, 112 the Conductor

439 A List of rare or select Plants in British Nur- A List of Hall-Hardy Plants growing in the series and private Gardens - 55.69 Royal Gardens, Monza

499 Lists of Plants adapted for Flower-Gardens 74. A List of Trees, Shrubs, and Herbaceous 172-176. 260-264, 373 Plants adapted for Cemeteries

- 512 Abies canadensis 125 | Arctostaphylos nítida 36 Castanea vésca

474. 038 Douglasii 36. 612. 669 Aria Theophrasti - 641 | Catálpa syringæfdlia - 642. 649 excélsa

125. 612
Areca sápida
129 Catasetuin globiflorum

· 625 Acàcia bifidra • 500 dristolochia gigas

029 nàso dealbata

sipho
85 plániceps

695 discolor - 616 A rum cordifolium

- $37
viridi-flavum

• 625 Julibrissin

- 230
Dracunculus
444 Càtha paniculata

448 rotundifolia.

Arundo Donax
638 Cattleya supérba

625 spectábilis 500. 615 A'ster cabulicus

617 Ceanothus americanus 689 Acer platanoides 37 Avena flavescens 183 divaricatus

449 Pseudo-Platanus 641 Azalea indica

616 Cedrus Dcodara. 36. 418 sacchárinum 37. 638

Victdria

S9 Libani . 125. 474. 638. 611 nigruin

638
procumbens -

550 Centradèmia dsea
platanifolio

638
Barbacènia squamata

Centranthera punctata
Achillea Millefolium - 183

Barkèria Lindleydna 624 Cephaldtus follicularis S5 Achimènes grandiflora

spectábilis

· 624
Cérasus lusitánica

- 608 hirsuta

Barnadèsia rosea
617 Ceratonia Síliqua

75 multi Adra -618 Beatònia atráta.

624 Cèreus biformis

502 Acianthera punctata

- 624
purpurea
631 bifrons -

. 79 Acinata Huinbóldtii .62+

Bècium bicolor
622 coccineus

79 Bárkeri

- 694
Begonia crassicaulis

cubénsis

79 Acriópsis picta

624
coccinea
38. 692 Curtisů.

79 Acronychia Cunninghami - 447

hydrocotylifolia

erióphorus

79 Adenocarpus intermedius 39

Berberis Coriària
36 flagriformis

79 Æchmèa fúlgens

- 683
rotundifolia
S6 flagelliformis

79 Aérides Brooki

umbellata
446 octagonus

79 crispum

.623
Wallichidna
S6 platycarpus

- 79 odoratum 623 Bifrenària inodora 624 Royèni

79 virens

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longicornis
631 setắceus

79 Æ'sculus Hippocastanum 88 Bignònia grandifldra 929 speciosíssimus var. miAgapanthus umbellatus var.

jasininöldes

- 620
nimus

502 máximus

picta

undàtus

• 79 Agàve americana

. 556
Blandfórdia grandisidra

-633
Céstrum viridifldrum

. 62 Agrostémama Cæli- Rosa

marginata
633 Chelidonium måjus

- 568 Agrostis stolonifera

183 Bolbophyllum adenopéta- Chimonanthus fràgrans 482 Ailántus glandulosa

Juin

621 Chionanthus virginicus 027 A'inus glutinosa incisa 210 calamarium. 64 Chorozema varium

21 Alstræinè, ia chorillépsis 632 Bossiæ a criocárpa

418 Cineraria Webberiana 30 Légtu

699
virgata

448 Cirrhopétalum chinense magnifica

Bovista gigantea

461 Cleisóstoma dealbatum Neillii.

Brássia brachiata

621 Clématis azurca grandiflora 42 nemorosa

Wrayce

. 62

Vitálba Amaryllis Banksid na

Bromhexdia palustris 624 Clianthus puniceus • 75 grandiflora

632
Brongniartia sericea. 616 Clitanthes humilis

.639 minor

Burchéllia capensis
503 Clowesin rosca

- 622 striàta Cáctus cochinillifera

79 Coburghia humilis Amicia zygómeris

• 499
campechiana
79 versicolor

630 Andrómeda floribunda . 38

79 Colax jugosa

625 Drummondi

S6
pusilla

625 Androsace lanugindsa

placanthèra -
622
Calógyne testacea
625 viridis -

625 Anemone apennina

. 447
Caióplora Herbérti. • 501

Collèlia spindsa

. 36 palmata 417 Caladium esculentum

129 Colocasia oddra

- 837 Angræ'cum ashanténse 62+ Calanthe Masuca

625 Colúmnca grandifldra -618 vesicatum

621
Callipsyche eucrosiöldes 683

spléndens

- 618 A'nia bicórnis

624 Calystègia sèpium - 569 Comarostaphylis arbutöldes 619 Anisanthus spléndens var. Campanula Læslingii 618 Combrètum grandifloruin - 500 hybridus

grándis.
618 Commelina scabra

78 Aquilegia glandulosa 118

pyramidalis -
- 618 Comparéttia rosca

625 A'rachis hypogæ'a 70 Candollea cuneiformis - 445 Comptonia asplenifdlia

6.8 Araucaria Cunninghami

85
tetrandra

415, 614 Córnus fórida imbricata

36. 612
Carpinus Bétulus

Coronilla vària
A'rbutus Andráchne

75 38. 612 Cássia fistula

75 Corræ 'a alba mucronata

- 448 83 emarginata

75 bicolor procèra

28
lanceolata
75 pulchella

. 48 toinentosa

39
Senna -

75 Corvisártia indica

- 633

- 690

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- 642

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- 669

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folida

- 631

- 688

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