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. 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. Gardening. 856 KAULFUSSIA KENTIA the plants are to grow; or they may be started indoors and the plants transplanted to the open. The f:?enus Kaulfussia was founded by Nets in 1^20. In 1817, how- 'Vv3. 1208. Charieis heterophylla. commonly known as Kaul- fussia amelloides. ever, the plant was described by Cassini as Charie

. 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. Gardening. 856 KAULFUSSIA KENTIA the plants are to grow; or they may be started indoors and the plants transplanted to the open. The f:?enus Kaulfussia was founded by Nets in 1^20. In 1817, how- 'Vv3. 1208. Charieis heterophylla. commonly known as Kaul- fussia amelloides. ever, the plant was described by Cassini as Charie Stock Photo
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. 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. Gardening. 856 KAULFUSSIA KENTIA the plants are to grow; or they may be started indoors and the plants transplanted to the open. The f:?enus Kaulfussia was founded by Nets in 1^20. In 1817, how- 'Vv3. 1208. Charieis heterophylla. commonly known as Kaul- fussia amelloides. ever, the plant was described by Cassini as Charieis heterophylla, and this name should stand. S.Africa. L. H. B. KENILWOETH IVY. Liuarla CuuihaJ'tria. KENNEDYA (Kennedy, of the nursery firm of Ken- nedy & Lee, important English nurserymen of the lat- ter part of last century). Legnminosa;. Australian woody trailers or twiners of about a dozen species, making excellent plants for the intermediate house or conservatory. Fls. red to almost black, pea-like: Ivs. mostly pinnately 3-folioiate: standard orbicular or obo- vate, narrowed to a claw, and bearing minute auricles; â wings falcate, joined to the keel; stamens diadelphous, â 9 and 1: pod linear, flattened or cylindrical, 2- valved, with pithy divisions between the seeds. Ken- nedyas are easily grown from cuttings of nearly ripe wood; also from seeds. They are mostly spring and summer bloomers, and should rest in winter. Give plenty of water during summer. They should be given support: they grow from 3-10 feet high, making stiff, woody stems. They may be trimmed back freely when at rest. The taller kinds, like K. rublciciida and A". coccinea, are excellent for rafters. Well-rooted plants may be planted permanently in the greenhouse border. A. Fls. nearly black. nigricans, Lindl, Twining, robust, somewhat pubes- cent: Ifts. (sometimes reduced to 1) broad-ovate or rhomboid, entire, obtuse or emarginate: fls. slender, 1 in. or more long, in short one-sided axillary r

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