Trees and shrubs; an abridgment of the Arboretum et fruticetum britannicum: containing the hardy trees and shrubs of Britain, native and foreign, scientifically and popularly described; with their propagation, culture and uses and engravings of nearly all the species . istak/^ - 248 Cissiis . 141 Juglans . 732 Carya - 73.) Pterocarya - 743 Ampelopsis - . 139 AlLANTUi, . 14.5 Mahon//! . Pyrus - Spib.sV G .NlST-i ?/iswinum 50 PistaVia BlGNON/^ ? 184GUU Staphyika . 147 Sambuccs - - !?l3 Xanthorhiza - 19 ^tragene . 16 i^UA.XINUS . 639 OliNUS Tecoma . - 6oi66i Negvsiio ^SCULUSPaVI/J ? - 122124 128

Trees and shrubs; an abridgment of the Arboretum et fruticetum britannicum: containing the hardy trees and shrubs of Britain, native and foreign, scientifically and popularly described; with their propagation, culture and uses and engravings of nearly all the species . istak/^ - 248 Cissiis . 141 Juglans . 732 Carya - 73.) Pterocarya - 743 Ampelopsis - . 139 AlLANTUi, . 14.5 Mahon//! . Pyrus - Spib.sV G .NlST-i ?/iswinum 50 PistaVia BlGNON/^ ? 184GUU Staphyika . 147 Sambuccs - - !?l3 Xanthorhiza - 19 ^tragene . 16 i^UA.XINUS . 639 OliNUS Tecoma . - 6oi66i Negvsiio ^SCULUSPaVI/J ? - 122124 128 Stock Photo
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Trees and shrubs; an abridgment of the Arboretum et fruticetum britannicum: containing the hardy trees and shrubs of Britain, native and foreign, scientifically and popularly described; with their propagation, culture and uses and engravings of nearly all the species . istak/^ - 248 Cissiis . 141 Juglans . 732 Carya - 73.) Pterocarya - 743 Ampelopsis - . 139 AlLANTUi, . 14.5 Mahon//! . Pyrus - Spib.sV G .NlST-i ?/iswinum 50 PistaVia BlGNON/^ ? 184GUU Staphyika . 147 Sambuccs - - !?l3 Xanthorhiza - 19 ^tragene . 16 i^UA.XINUS . 639 OliNUS Tecoma . - 6oi66i Negvsiio ^SCULUSPaVI/J ? - 122124 128 Clematis - - 2 POTENTILIA 319 186417 . 299 203654 EXPLANATION OF SIGNS, &c. Under the titles of the orders are given signs, intended to show at a glance the general habit erfthe trees or shrubs described in each order. These signs represent large, small, and middle-sizedplants, and are as follows ; the first sign in each row indicating a deciduous tree or shrub, the nextan evergreen, and so on alternately: — 1. Round-headed trees; such as the oak, ash, elm, beech, chestnut, &c. De-ciduous and evergreen. 2. & 3. Spiry-topped or conical trees ;such as the spruce fir, silver fir, larch, pine, deciduous cypress, &c. Deciduousand evergreen.. Q00SH5 .M jshS_ it rrr 4. Fastigiate trees ; such as the Lombardy poplar, evergreen cypress, pyramidaloak, &c. Deciduous and evergreen. 5 Drooping trees; such as the weepingwillow, weeping elm, &c. 6. Shrubs of the largest size, and alsomiddle-sized shrubs. Deciduous and• evergreen, but exclusive of tw. iiers, climbers, trailers, &c. 7. Under-shrubs, or shrubs of the smallestsize. Deciduous and evergreen, but ex-clusive of twiners, trailers, &c. 8. Twining shrubs; such as the honey-suckle, aristolochia, &c. Deciduous andevergreen. 9. Climbing shrubs ; such as the clematis, ampelopsis, vine, &c. Deciduous andevergreen. 10. Trailing shrubs, the branches of whichlie prostrate on the ground, but do notroot into it; such as many species ofwillow, Cyt

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