. The natural history of the farm; a guide to the practical study of the sources of our living in wild nature. Natural history. 290 NATURAL HISTORY OF THE FARM Study 42. The Larger Wild Vines of the Farm The program of work in this study will consist of a trip about the borders of a wood, along a fence-row, and through a bottom-land thicket, examining, one by one, the different wild vines of various sorts, and writing their characters in a table prepared with the following coltunn headings: Name (of plant). Duration of stem (annual, biennial, perennial). Grows where (in sun or shade, wet or dr

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. The natural history of the farm; a guide to the practical study of the sources of our living in wild nature. Natural history. 290 NATURAL HISTORY OF THE FARM Study 42. The Larger Wild Vines of the Farm The program of work in this study will consist of a trip about the borders of a wood, along a fence-row, and through a bottom-land thicket, examining, one by one, the different wild vines of various sorts, and writing their characters in a table prepared with the following coltunn headings: Name (of plant). Duration of stem (annual, biennial, perennial). Grows where (in sun or shade, wet or dry places, etc.). On what (name support). By what means (climbing or twining, when climbing by tendrils or holdfasts, diagram the same). f Stem (tell it in English). Character of I Leaves (diagram). (^ Flower-cluster or fruit (diagram). Foliage (character of). Season's growth, (maximum length of). Best suited to what situation and use. The record of this study will consist of: 1. The complete table, outlined above. 2. A little special report concerning some one very com- mon vine, stating in what variety of situations it is founP growing, and with what different kinds of supports.. 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.. Needham, James G. (James George), 1868-1956. Ithaca, N. Y. , The Comstock Publishing Company

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