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. The Gardeners' chronicle : a weekly illustrated journal of horticulture and allied subjects. astal in their range. The most south-westerly point is attained by C. salici-folium in the Uitenhage Division, whence,hugging the east coast, they pass through Ken-tani, Pondoland, Natal and the Delagoa Bay extends eastwards to Delagoa Bay, where theonly known South African Pteleopsis, viz., P.myrtifolia, has been detected within the confinesof the South African territory. T. sericeasimilarly abounds in the former region, where itaffords a wood held in high esteem by theDutch, and also by the natives

. The Gardeners' chronicle : a weekly illustrated journal of horticulture and allied subjects. astal in their range. The most south-westerly point is attained by C. salici-folium in the Uitenhage Division, whence,hugging the east coast, they pass through Ken-tani, Pondoland, Natal and the Delagoa Bay extends eastwards to Delagoa Bay, where theonly known South African Pteleopsis, viz., P.myrtifolia, has been detected within the confinesof the South African territory. T. sericeasimilarly abounds in the former region, where itaffords a wood held in high esteem by theDutch, and also by the natives Stock Photo
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. The Gardeners' chronicle : a weekly illustrated journal of horticulture and allied subjects. astal in their range. The most south-westerly point is attained by C. salici-folium in the Uitenhage Division, whence,hugging the east coast, they pass through Ken-tani, Pondoland, Natal and the Delagoa Bay extends eastwards to Delagoa Bay, where theonly known South African Pteleopsis, viz., P.myrtifolia, has been detected within the confinesof the South African territory. T. sericeasimilarly abounds in the former region, where itaffords a wood held in high esteem by theDutch, and also by the natives of Port,u6wrQfiEast Africa. The most southerly point in thedistribution of this species appears to beGrahamstown, in Cape-Colony; but this localityfor the plant is open to doubt, as it is based ononly one specimen, and there are none from anyother point south of the Transvaal. The remain-ing genus Quisqualis, represented by a solitary,shrubby or scandent species, is endemic to Nataland Zululand, and is characterised by the slenderlong-tubed flowers. In the preparation of this work, I have. [Photograph by R. A. Malby, F.R.P.S. Fig. a3.—viola gracilis var. valderia in the font de nant ALPINE GARDEN, SWITZERLAND.Cee p. 5-.) region, and then stretch northwards into tropi-cal territory, and inland into the Kalahariregion, where, in the Transvaal, they attaintheir highest concentration with 18 species,Natal being second in number of species. Themajority do not attain to any appreciable size,nor occur so gregariously as to characterise thevegetation, except perhaps towards the close ofthe year, when certain of the species assumetheir autumnal tints. Terminalia phanero-phlebia occurs sparingly in the Transvaal and • In the preface to a former paper on the Eugenias ofSouth Africa, cf. Gardeners Chronicle, lji, 127 (1912), thisgcDus was omitted, as I was at that time unaware of itstransference from the Natural Order Lvthraceje to Mvrta-ccae; cf. Bull. Herb. Boissier, v, 4, 139; Kew

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