This image is a public domain image, which means either that copyright has expired in the image or the copyright holder has waived their copyright. Alamy charges you a fee for access to the high resolution copy of the image.
. How plants grow [microform] : a simple introduction to structural botany with a popular flora, or an arrangement and description of common plants, both wild and cultivated. Botany; Ferns; Botanique; FougÃ¨res. f J l6o POPILAR FLORA. 1. OAKDEN'OoosKBramY. Thorns large ; flower-stalks short; berry bristly or smooth. R. Ui'n-cri,yxt. 2. I'KU'Kf-V "Wli.D G. Thorns slender or none ; flowers j^reenish, long-stalked ; stamens and style not projecting ; berry prickly ; le;ives downy. AVoods, N. R, Cyndxhati. 3. R.MAI.I. Wll.l) Ci. TlioriiH very short or none; flowers i>urplish or greenish, very short-stiilked ; stamens and 2-cleft style a little i)rojecting ; berry small, smooth. Low grounds, N. R. liirtcUum. 4 SMOOTJr WiM) (J. Tliorn.Â«8tout or none; flowers greenish, on slender stalks; stamens and thetwo styles very long and projecting (V long); berry smooth. Wood.s, common W. R. rotluvii folium. Currant. Rilxs. Stems neither thorny nor i)rickly. Flowei-s in racemes, appearing in early spring. T'erries small. 1. llEI) CuiiUANT. Leaves rounded heart-shaped and somewhat lobeii ; racemes fmm lateral separate buds, hanging ; flowers flat, greenisli or purplish ; berry smooth, red, and a white variety. Gardens, &e. "Wild on Mountains, N. /â¢'. ru'ivum. 2. Fktio C Steins )eclined ; leaves de(>ply heart-sha])ed, 5-li)l)ed ; racemes erect ; flowers grecrush, tlattish ; pale red berry ami its stalk l)ristly, sti-ong-snielling. ("old wooils, N. R. /jmstratum. 3. "Wild IJlack C. Leaves on long foot-stalks, slightly henrt-shape<l, sharply lobed, sprinkled with dots both sides; racemes ratlier drooping; flowers oblong, yellowi'-li-white ; berries oblong, black, rather sjiicy. "Wooded banks. R. Jforiditm. 4. Gahoen lilACK (\ Leaves on shorter footstalks, less dotted ; racemes looser, and black berrio.* larger than in Xo. 3. Gardens. /.'. tnijruin. 5. IMl.ssoi'KI or Hl'KKAl.o C. Leaves smooth ; raci-mes witli leafy bracts; flowers (caly.x) l