2 edition of Hand-list of hardy rock plants grown in the Botanic Garden of Harvard University. found in the catalog.
Hand-list of hardy rock plants grown in the Botanic Garden of Harvard University.
Harvard University. Botanic Garden.
in Cambridge, Mass
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
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Hand-list of Hardy Rock Plants grown in the Botanic Garden of Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., Plans: 1. Map of Harvard Botanic and Observatory Grounds, Printed in blue; 2 copies 2.
Plan for Herb Garden in the Harvard Botanic Garden for the Herb Society of America, G.H.H. Kirkwood. Blueprint, 2 copies 3. The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor 'Viminalis Betulaefolia' (:'birch-leaved') is an elm of uncertain origin.
An U. betulaefolia was listed by Loddiges of Hackney, London, in the catalogue ofan U. campestris var. betulaefolia by Loudon in Arboretum et Fruticetum Britannicum (), and an U. betulifolia Booth by the Lawson nursery of Edinburgh (from ).Species: Ulmus minor. The putative Wych Elm cultivar Ulmus glabra 'Dovaei', or Doué elm, was raised by the André Leroy nursery at Angers, France, as Ulmus dovaei, before The Baudriller nursery of Angers marketed it as Ulmus Dowei, "orme de Doué", suggesting a link with the royal nurseries at nearby Doué-la-Fontaine, which stocked elm.
Green considered it a form of s: Ulmus glabra. Full text of "Catalogue of the library of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University;" See other formats. ALPINES AND ROCK PLANTS Anon.
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can be sent by post to the address shown on the front cover, telephoned to either of the telephone numbers shown on the front cover, faxed. HAND-LIST OP HARDY HERBACEOUS PLANTS (price Is.).— and was subsequently appointed Curator of the Botanic Garden at Harvard. In he was engaged as head gardener to Mr.
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Within a few weeks the sad intelligence arriAed of the death of yet another of our Foreign Members, M. Francois Crepin, the distinguished Director of the Royal Botanic Garden in Brussels.
Crepin had attained a deservedly high reputation as a systematic botanist, and was a leading authority on certain groups of plants, notably the genus Rosa. " Dabam Upsaliae,d. 2 Oetobris." That all may now come in order concerning my desire to enter a botanic garden, I will here relate how iu the yearin November, I was elected without any difficulty to the Botanic Garden of the Univer^^ity of Oxford.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.The Herbarium at the Botanic Garden, valuable for the types of Yahl and other early botanists, has been in modern times enriched by the extensive Mexican collections of Liebmann, the Brazilian ones of Lund and others ; whilst (Ersted's Central- Ame- rican and Warming's Brazilian plants are also at Copenhagen, but whether public or private.Having acquired a taste for plants from visiting the Botanical Garden, Chelsea, then under the care of Forsyth, he sailed to Newfoundland in in search of new species, return- ing the same year.
In he embarked for Charleston, whence he returned in .