. Gray's new manual of botany. A handbook of the flowering plants and ferns of the central and northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. Botany. 844. A. Polifolia. End of fruiting branch x %. Man,. Oct. EiG. 845. § 2. PORTtFNA (Nutt.) Gray. Corolla ovoid-urceolate; each anther-cell bearing a deflexed awn ; seeds scobiform. 3. A. florib;inda Pursh. Very leafy, 5-15 dm. high; young branchUts, etc., strigose-hairy; leaves lanceolate- oblong, acute or acuminate, oiliate-serrnlate, glandular-dotted beneath, 4-6 cm. long; racemes crowded in short terminal panicles, densely flowered. {Pieris B.

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. Gray's new manual of botany. A handbook of the flowering plants and ferns of the central and northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. Botany. 844. A. Polifolia. End of fruiting branch x %. Man,. Oct. EiG. 845. § 2. PORTtFNA (Nutt.) Gray. Corolla ovoid-urceolate; each anther-cell bearing a deflexed awn ; seeds scobiform. 3. A. florib;inda Pursh. Very leafy, 5-15 dm. high; young branchUts, etc., strigose-hairy; leaves lanceolate- oblong, acute or acuminate, oiliate-serrnlate, glandular-dotted beneath, 4-6 cm. long; racemes crowded in short terminal panicles, densely flowered. {Pieris B.
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. Gray's new manual of botany. A handbook of the flowering plants and ferns of the central and northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. Botany. 844. A. Polifolia. End of fruiting branch x %. Man,. Oct. EiG. 845. § 2. PORTtFNA (Nutt.) Gray. Corolla ovoid-urceolate; each anther-cell bearing a deflexed awn ; seeds scobiform. 3. A. florib;inda Pursh. Very leafy, 5-15 dm. high; young branchUts, etc., strigose-hairy; leaves lanceolate- oblong, acute or acuminate, oiliate-serrnlate, glandular-dotted beneath, 4-6 cm. long; racemes crowded in short terminal panicles, densely flowered. {Pieris B. & H.) — Moist hillsides, in the Alleghenies from Va. to Ga. May. 18. LVdNIA Nutt. S45. A. glaucophylla. End of fruiting branch X %. Similar to Andromeda. Filaments hairy and often toothed or appendaged; anthers oblong, uuappendaged. Capsule 5-angled, the dorsal sutures with a thickened ridge, which usually divides in dehiscence of the capsule; the placentae borne both upon the columella and the walls of the cells. Seeds scobiform, with a loose thin testa. — Shrubs with fascicled, racemose, or panioled white flowers. (Named for John Lyon, early American botanist and explorer of the southern Alleghenies.) * Leaves coriaceous and evergreen. 1. L. nitida (Eartr.) Fern aid. (Fetter Bush.) G-labrous shrub, Q.5-1.5 m. high; branches sharply triangular; leaves glossy, oblong-ovate to lanceolate, acuminate, entire, with a. conspicuous nerve next the revolute margin; flowers in axillary umbels; filaments appendaged at summit; capsule subglobose. (Andromeda Bartr. ; Pieris B. & H.)—Low woods and barrens, Va. to Fla. and La. May. * * Leaves thinnish and deciduous. 2. L. mariana (L.) B. Don. (Stagger-bush.) Mostly glabrous, 5-10 dm. high ; leaves oblong or oval, 3..5-8 cm. long ; fascicles of nodding flowers race- mose on leafless shoots; filaments 2-toothed near the apex; capsule ovoid- pyramidal, truncate at the contracted apex. (Andromeda L.; Pieris B. & H.) — Low g