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. Familiar features of the roadside; the flowers, shrubs, birds, and insects. Natural history. GOLDEN-ROD AND ASTERS. 239 and widely distributed over the stems. Common on moist ground. The most famiUar wild aster, now extensively cultivated. 2. Aster Novi-Belgii. Willow-leaved blue aster. Blooms in September. Leaves narrow, lance-shaped, without teeth or with a very few, usually a trifle hairy ; sometimes quite rough above, and in a few forms wholly smooth, the upper ones somewhat clasping the stems. Stem smooth or slightly hairy. Flower bluish violet, showy, as large as a silver half dol- lar

. Familiar features of the roadside; the flowers, shrubs, birds, and insects. Natural history. GOLDEN-ROD AND ASTERS. 239 and widely distributed over the stems. Common on moist ground. The most famiUar wild aster, now extensively cultivated. 2. Aster Novi-Belgii. Willow-leaved blue aster. Blooms in September. Leaves narrow, lance-shaped, without teeth or with a very few, usually a trifle hairy ; sometimes quite rough above, and in a few forms wholly smooth, the upper ones somewhat clasping the stems. Stem smooth or slightly hairy. Flower bluish violet, showy, as large as a silver half dol- lar Stock Photo
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. Familiar features of the roadside; the flowers, shrubs, birds, and insects. Natural history. GOLDEN-ROD AND ASTERS. 239 and widely distributed over the stems. Common on moist ground. The most famiUar wild aster, now extensively cultivated. 2. Aster Novi-Belgii. Willow-leaved blue aster. Blooms in September. Leaves narrow, lance-shaped, without teeth or with a very few, usually a trifle hairy ; sometimes quite rough above, and in a few forms wholly smooth, the upper ones somewhat clasping the stems. Stem smooth or slightly hairy. Flower bluish violet, showy, as large as a silver half dol- lar ; the Kttle green scales un- derneath loose. This species is common along the Atlantic bor- der ; it blooms late, and is rarely over two feet high. 3. Aster puniceus. Purple- stemmed aster. Blooms about the ^''ter Novi-Beigii. first of September. Leaves very rough-hairy, oblong lance-shaped, very slightly nar- rowed at the stem-clasping base, pointed, without teeth, nearly smooth beneath, and dull green. Stem stout, rough-hairy, and madder-jmrple, particularly below. Flower lilac-purple or paler, as large as a. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Mathews, F. Schuyler (Ferdinand Schuyler), 1854-1938. New York, D. Appleton and Company

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