The art of beautifying suburban home grounds of small extentWith descriptions of the beautiful and hardy trees and shrubs grown in the United States . silvery. We esteem this one of the most, if not the most,ornamental of the lindens. Its pendulous habit is confined almostentirely to the tops of the branches and the growing wood. The White-leaved European Linden has a peculiar whitish-gray tone of foliage that makes it a striking tree to introduce occa-sionally as a contrast or foil for the more healthy greens. Arobust tree.. 384 DECIDUOUS TREES. The Fern-leaved Linden, T. lacianata, is curiou

The art of beautifying suburban home grounds of small extentWith descriptions of the beautiful and hardy trees and shrubs grown in the United States . silvery. We esteem this one of the most, if not the most,ornamental of the lindens. Its pendulous habit is confined almostentirely to the tops of the branches and the growing wood. The White-leaved European Linden has a peculiar whitish-gray tone of foliage that makes it a striking tree to introduce occa-sionally as a contrast or foil for the more healthy greens. Arobust tree.. 384 DECIDUOUS TREES. The Fern-leaved Linden, T. lacianata, is curiou Stock Photo
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The art of beautifying suburban home grounds of small extentWith descriptions of the beautiful and hardy trees and shrubs grown in the United States . silvery. We esteem this one of the most, if not the most, ornamental of the lindens. Its pendulous habit is confined almostentirely to the tops of the branches and the growing wood. The White-leaved European Linden has a peculiar whitish-gray tone of foliage that makes it a striking tree to introduce occa-sionally as a contrast or foil for the more healthy greens. Arobust tree.. 384 DECIDUOUS TREES. The Fern-leaved Linden, T. lacianata, is curious on accountof its shredded leaves. Of its liabit of growth as it matures wecannot speak. All these beautiful or curious varieties may be readily graftedor budded on our basswood, so that persons having one or moretrees of the latter may, without marring the general contour of thetree, test and compare the varied foliage of the different varietiesof linden. THE PLANE-TREE. Flatanus. The Sycamore or American Plane Tree. P. occidentalis.—There are but two species of the plane tree, and these difter con-siderably in their characters. One of them is our native sycamoreor buttonwood, well known by its smooth and scaly gray bark, which, detaching itself in laminate pieces, reveals a whiter barkbeneath, and gives the trunk and branches a spotted or spangledappearance. Occasionally the older bark scales entirely from someof the branches, leaving them nearly as white as those of the whitebirch. It is one of the largest and mo

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