Archive image from page 194 of Cyclopedia of practical floriculture (1884). Cyclopedia of practical floriculture cyclopediaofprac00turn Year: 1884 m 3 |:3c>mice. Ouamoclit milqaris. Xatukal Order: Co)2vohulaceiC — Convolvulus Family. MOCLIT (an aboriginal Mexican name) is a vine of deli- L itL cind air- appearance, its leaves being small and feather- H«.- like, and the stem slender, growing to about eight or ten Lt in length. The flowers are small but beautifully bril- liant, and very abundant. One or two new variedes have 'appealed, introducing both white and pink, which, combined with

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Archive image from page 194 of Cyclopedia of practical floriculture (1884). Cyclopedia of practical floriculture cyclopediaofprac00turn Year: 1884 m 3 |:3c>mice. Ouamoclit milqaris. Xatukal Order: Co)2vohulaceiC — Convolvulus Family. MOCLIT (an aboriginal Mexican name) is a vine of deli- L itL cind air- appearance, its leaves being small and feather- H«.- like, and the stem slender, growing to about eight or ten Lt in length. The flowers are small but beautifully bril- liant, and very abundant. One or two new variedes have 'appealed, introducing both white and pink, which, combined with
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Archive image from page 194 of Cyclopedia of practical floriculture (1884). Cyclopedia of practical floriculture cyclopediaofprac00turn Year: 1884 m 3 |:3c>mice. Ouamoclit milqaris. Xatukal Order: Co)2vohulaceiC — Convolvulus Family. \MOCLIT (an aboriginal Mexican name) is a vine of deli- L itL cind air\- appearance, its leaves being small and feather- H«.- like, and the stem slender, growing to about eight or ten Lt in length. The flowers are small but beautifully bril- liant, and very abundant. One or two new variedes have 'appealed, introducing both white and pink, which, combined with the Lumson or scarlet, produce a pretty effect when trained ''upon a tielhs oi other support. The seeds are somewhat difficult of 1 geimination, and should be soaked in warm water for a short time 'before planting, otherwise they are apt to decay before sprouting. This vine passes varioush' under the names Ipomoea (from the Greek, and signifying, like the ips, a vine worm), Quamoclit, and Cypress Vine, and is nearly related to the morning glories and others passing under the general name of Convolvulus. \\ni\vxw\. SVT golden p.icllc From soul to sc s on truth's o'er all the be callous Id leaps or IS ye will, electric thrill. -LovM-n. /H there is one affection which no stain Of earth can ever darken; when two find. The softer and the manlier, that a chain Of kindred taste has fastened mind to mind: u. but human lo' near divine, That my heart clings Even to life like m 'Tis an attraction fi-om all sense refined; The good can only know it; 'tis not blind. As love is unto baseness; its desire Is but with hands entwin'd to lift our being higher. -Pcrcival. -: full heart reveal o\ e it would conceal. — Coleridere. Love is sweeter far than rest — That alone I know — And the soul that loves me best Will not let me go. —Mary B. Datlffe. w l\