. 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. 950 LUPINUS LUPIN US united into a closed tube : pod ll-valved, flattened, en- closing several large seeds. A very variable genus in the garden. There are numerous garden hybrids of unknown par- entage. Some of these names will be found in the sup- plementary list. Voss groups these under the name of X. hyhridus, Hort., or Florists' Lupines. They have variegated flowers. In addition to those described below the following na- tive species have been advertised, mostly by Orillett, in 1881, for western collections. Probably they are n^t in cult. They are mostly described in Bot. Calif.: L. alhlcaulis, Ohami.ssonis, clensiflorus, lepidus, lenco- pliyUus^ ornatns and vilJosus. INDEX. affinis, 13. follis rosels, 1-t. perennis, 3, itLbo-eoccineus, 20. grandifhinis, G. pilosiis, 11. idbltioms, 6. Hartwetcii, 17. Plattensis, 8. albus, 14, 15, 20. birsutiis, U. polyphylhis, G. arboreus, 1. hiteus, 1, lu. pusillus, 16. jirgenteus, 5. nucr;uitbus. 12. ruber, 14. bieolor, 6. miitabills, 18. Snow Queen, 1. ('rnekshanksii, 18. nanus, 20. siibearnosus, VA. ditfusus, 2. Nootkatensis, 7. snlphureus, 0. parviflorus, 4. A. Perenniah. B. Plants shrubby 1. arboreus BB. Plants herbaceous. c. Ijvs. with 1 h-i'fh'l 2. difSusuB 00. I/VS. with several lffs.,rlif/itafe. D. Foliage iiot conspicuously hairy above. E. No. of Ifts. r>-o. F. Lfts. shorter ihaii. pefioh's. G. Pod % in. long... 3. perennis gOt. Pod % in. long... 4. parviflorus FF. Lfts. as long as peti- oles 5. argenteus EE. iVrt. of lfts. 10-10 C. polyphyllus DD. Foliage cotispicaously hairy or silky above. E. Pis. p arti - c ol or â¬ il , striped 7. Nootkatensis EE. Fls. light blue, with a- dark spot on the stan- dard 8. Plattensis AA. Annuals.