. The bulb book; or, Bulbous and tuberous plants for the open air, stove, and greenhouse, containing particulars as to descriptions, culture, propagation, etc., of plants from all parts of the world having bulbs, corms, tubers, or rhizomes (orchids excluded). Bulbs (Plants). FEITILLAEIA THE BULB BOOK FEITILLAEIA tops of the stems in March and April. Grows freely in ordinary soil, and should be planted in bold groups. Native of Central Asia. {Bot. Mag. t. 7850 j Flora and Sylva, July 1903.). Fig, 143.—FHtillaria ashdbadensis. Q) P. aurea. — A CUician species with rather glaucous stems about 6 i

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. The bulb book; or, Bulbous and tuberous plants for the open air, stove, and greenhouse, containing particulars as to descriptions, culture, propagation, etc., of plants from all parts of the world having bulbs, corms, tubers, or rhizomes (orchids excluded). Bulbs (Plants). FEITILLAEIA THE BULB BOOK FEITILLAEIA tops of the stems in March and April. Grows freely in ordinary soil, and should be planted in bold groups. Native of Central Asia. {Bot. Mag. t. 7850 j Flora and Sylva, July 1903.). Fig, 143.—FHtillaria ashdbadensis. Q) P. aurea. — A CUician species with rather glaucous stems about 6 i
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. The bulb book; or, Bulbous and tuberous plants for the open air, stove, and greenhouse, containing particulars as to descriptions, culture, propagation, etc., of plants from all parts of the world having bulbs, corms, tubers, or rhizomes (orchids excluded). Bulbs (Plants). FEITILLAEIA THE BULB BOOK FEITILLAEIA tops of the stems in March and April. Grows freely in ordinary soil, and should be planted in bold groups. Native of Central Asia. {Bot. Mag. t. 7850 j Flora and Sylva, July 1903.). Fig, 143.—FHtillaria ashdbadensis. Q) P. aurea. — A CUician species with rather glaucous stems about 6 ins. high, and linear fleshy, somewhat glaucous leaves 2 to 3 ins. long. The bright yellow, solitary, drooping, bell- shaped flowers about 1 in. deep appear in spring, and are sometimes spotted or chequered with brown. (Gartenfl. t. 840; Gard. 1892, t. 867; Bot. Mag. t. 7374.) P. Bonunttlleri.—^A species related to F. av/rea, having yellow flowers {Gard. 1896, xlix. 282). P. bucharica.—^A native of Buchara, 1 to Ij ft. high, with flexuose stems, oval 'or lance-shaped leaves, and white flowers tinted with green or purple at the base {Gartenfl. t. 1171; Bot. Mag. t. 7080). P. camtschatensls {Lilium nig- rMm),BLACK Lily.—Adistinct species. 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.. Weathers, John, 1867-. London, J. Murray

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