. Flowers of the field. Botany. CRTTCIFEROUS TRIBE 19 received from having been " formerly used in the Mithridate confpc- tion, an elaborate hodge-podge now laid aside."—Sir E. J. Smith. The flowers are white, and very small in comparison with tiie pouches.—Fl. all the summer. Annual.. 2. T. perjvUatuin (Pcrioliatc Fcimy Cress).—Pouch inversely heart-shaped, not so large as in the last, and with smaller wings ; style shorter than the notch of the pouch ; seeds 3-4 in a cell, smooth ; stem-leaves oblong, heart-shaped at the base, clasping the stem ; height up to 6 inches. Limestone pa

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. Flowers of the field. Botany. CRTTCIFEROUS TRIBE 19 received from having been " formerly used in the Mithridate confpc- tion, an elaborate hodge-podge now laid aside."—Sir E. J. Smith. The flowers are white, and very small in comparison with tiie pouches.—Fl. all the summer. Annual.. 2. T. perjvUatuin (Pcrioliatc Fcimy Cress).—Pouch inversely heart-shaped, not so large as in the last, and with smaller wings ; style shorter than the notch of the pouch ; seeds 3-4 in a cell, smooth ; stem-leaves oblong, heart-shaped at the base, clasping the stem ; height up to 6 inches. Limestone pa Stock Photo
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. Flowers of the field. Botany. CRTTCIFEROUS TRIBE 19 received from having been " formerly used in the Mithridate confpc- tion, an elaborate hodge-podge now laid aside."—Sir E. J. Smith. The flowers are white, and very small in comparison with tiie pouches.—Fl. all the summer. Annual.. 2. T. perjvUatuin (Pcrioliatc Fcimy Cress).—Pouch inversely heart-shaped, not so large as in the last, and with smaller wings ; style shorter than the notch of the pouch ; seeds 3-4 in a cell, smooth ; stem-leaves oblong, heart-shaped at the base, clasping the stem ; height up to 6 inches. Limestone pa
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. Flowers of the field. Botany. CRTTCIFEROUS TRIBE 19 received from having been " formerly used in the Mithridate confpc- tion, an elaborate hodge-podge now laid aside."—Sir E. J. Smith. The flowers are white, and very small in comparison with tiie pouches.—Fl. all the summer. Annual.. 2. T. perjvUatuin (Pcrioliatc Fcimy Cress).—Pouch inversely heart-shaped, not so large as in the last, and with smaller wings ; style shorter than the notch of the pouch ; seeds 3-4 in a cell, smooth ; stem-leaves oblong, heart-shaped at the base, clasping the stem ; height up to 6 inches. Limestone pastures in Oxford- shire and Gloucestershire, but rare. Flower wliite.—Fl. April, May. Annual. 3. T. alpestre (Alpine Penny Cress).—Pouch inversely heart-shaped; style longer than the broad notch of the pouch ; seeds numerous ; stem-leaves narrow and clasping the stem ; str/rri simple, about 6 inches high ; fowiers white, rather larger than in the two foregoing. Moun- tainous limestone pastures in the north of Eng- land, raie.—Fl. June, J^l5^ Perennial. 2. Capsell.4 (Shepherd's Purse) Capsell.\ Burs,\ I. C. bursa Pastoris (Common Shepherd's Pastokis {Common Purse).—The only species. A common weed. Shepherd's Purse) ^^ ,,g f^^^^^j -^ ^^|^^,^^^(. ^^.^^^ p,^,.^ ^f ^j^^ ^^,^j_j^, varying considerably in luxuriance, according to soil and situation. In stony ground it grows only a few inches high, but in rich soil as much as 2 feet. The whole plant is rnore or less rough with hairs ; the root-leaves are pinnatifid, those on the stem oblong, toothed, and arrow-shaped at the base,—Fl. nearly the whole year round. Annual. 3. HUTCHINSIA I. H. fetreea (Rock Hutchinsia).—The only British species. A pretty little plant, 2-3 inches high, growing on limestone rocks in several parts of England and Wales. The leaves are pinnate; flowers minute, petals white, scarcely longer than the calyx ; the seeds 2 in each cell.—Fl. March, April. Annual.. Please note that these images are