. The elements of forestry : designed to afford information concerning the planting and care of forest trees for ornament or profit and giving suggestions upon the creation and care of woodlands with the view of securing the greatest benefit for the longest time, particularly adapted to the wants and conditions of the United States. Forests and forestry. 130. Carjdnvs ieteZus.—The European Hornbeam. 1. Twig, with two male and one female blossoma. 2. A fruitful stem, with leaves. 3, 4. Male blossoms, from up- per, lower, and side points of view. 5. A single seed-capsule, with section. 6. Leaf-c

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. The elements of forestry : designed to afford information concerning the planting and care of forest trees for ornament or profit and giving suggestions upon the creation and care of woodlands with the view of securing the greatest benefit for the longest time, particularly adapted to the wants and conditions of the United States. Forests and forestry. 130. Carjdnvs ieteZus.—The European Hornbeam. 1. Twig, with two male and one female blossoma. 2. A fruitful stem, with leaves. 3, 4. Male blossoms, from up- per, lower, and side points of view. 5. A single seed-capsule, with section. 6. Leaf-c
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. The elements of forestry : designed to afford information concerning the planting and care of forest trees for ornament or profit and giving suggestions upon the creation and care of woodlands with the view of securing the greatest benefit for the longest time, particularly adapted to the wants and conditions of the United States. Forests and forestry. 130. Carjdnvs ieteZus.—The European Hornbeam. 1. Twig, with two male and one female blossoma. 2. A fruitful stem, with leaves. 3, 4. Male blossoms, from up- per, lower, and side points of view. 5. A single seed-capsule, with section. 6. Leaf-cover, with tlie inclosed female blossoms. 7. A pair of female blossoms, with the envelope removed. 8. A single pistil. 9. A ripe seed, witMlsthree- lobed seed-leaf. 30. The seed-capsule, separated and enlarged. 11. Transverse section of the same. 12. The germs, separated. 13. Twig, with three leaf-buds above, and two male flower-buds. 14. Germ, as it first appears upon sproutiug.. 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.. Hough, Franklin Benjamin, 1822-1885. Cincinnati : R. Clarke

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