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. Ornamental shrubs of the United States (hardy, cultivated). Shrubs. Fig. 371. — American Elder. Fig. 372. — Golden American Elder. species. The silver-leaved, ar- g6ntea, is a variety of the European and the glaucous-leaved, glaiica, of the American. It is generally easy to determine the species by the taller growth and smaller pith of the European elder. [Eoot cuttings; tv?ig cuttings.] Symphoricdrpos. The Snowberries or 'Waxberkies, and CoRAL-BERRiKS are shrubs with close-clustered fleshy 2-seeded globular white or red berries lasting on the bushes through the fall and part of the win- ter

. Ornamental shrubs of the United States (hardy, cultivated). Shrubs. Fig. 371. — American Elder. Fig. 372. — Golden American Elder. species. The silver-leaved, ar- g6ntea, is a variety of the European and the glaucous-leaved, glaiica, of the American. It is generally easy to determine the species by the taller growth and smaller pith of the European elder. [Eoot cuttings; tv?ig cuttings.] Symphoricdrpos. The Snowberries or 'Waxberkies, and CoRAL-BERRiKS are shrubs with close-clustered fleshy 2-seeded globular white or red berries lasting on the bushes through the fall and part of the win- ter Stock Photo
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. Ornamental shrubs of the United States (hardy, cultivated). Shrubs. Fig. 371. — American Elder. Fig. 372. — Golden American Elder. species. The silver-leaved, ar- g6ntea, is a variety of the European and the glaucous-leaved, glaiica, of the American. It is generally easy to determine the species by the taller growth and smaller pith of the European elder. [Eoot cuttings; tv?ig cuttings.] Symphoricdrpos. The Snowberries or 'Waxberkies, and CoRAL-BERRiKS are shrubs with close-clustered fleshy 2-seeded globular white or red berries lasting on the bushes through the fall and part of the win- ter. The species are all American, all hardy, and are popular because of the abundance and brightness of the berries. The flowers are inconspicuous in size but pinkish in color, in July. The fruit soon forms and, in the cultivated species, is exceedingly abundant. The leaves are opposite, simple, short-stemmed, feather- veined with entire (sometimes lobed) edges. They. Fio. 373.—Coral- berry.. 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.. Apgar, A. C. (Austin Craig), 1838-1908; Draycott, Ada (Apgar). New York, Cincinnati [etc] American Book Company

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