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. Wayside weeds, or, Botanical lessons from the lanes and hedgerows : with a chapter on classification . Botany; Wild flowers. 26 WAYSIDE WEEDS. fer«, or cross-like plants, the petds being arranged in the shape of a cross, as a very little examination will show. Turning for a moment from wild to culti- vated blossoms, you will find the characters of the crucifers well marked in any turnip, cabbage, or radish, which may chance to run to seed in your garden. In an economical point of view, there are few plant families more valuable to man than these crucifers. Buttercup, poppy, wallflower, each

. Wayside weeds, or, Botanical lessons from the lanes and hedgerows : with a chapter on classification . Botany; Wild flowers. 26 WAYSIDE WEEDS. fer«, or cross-like plants, the petds being arranged in the shape of a cross, as a very little examination will show. Turning for a moment from wild to culti- vated blossoms, you will find the characters of the crucifers well marked in any turnip, cabbage, or radish, which may chance to run to seed in your garden. In an economical point of view, there are few plant families more valuable to man than these crucifers. Buttercup, poppy, wallflower, each  Stock Photo
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. Wayside weeds, or, Botanical lessons from the lanes and hedgerows : with a chapter on classification . Botany; Wild flowers. 26 WAYSIDE WEEDS. fer«, or cross-like plants, the petds being arranged in the shape of a cross, as a very little examination will show. Turning for a moment from wild to culti- vated blossoms, you will find the characters of the crucifers well marked in any turnip, cabbage, or radish, which may chance to run to seed in your garden. In an economical point of view, there are few plant families more valuable to man than these crucifers. Buttercup, poppy, wallflower, each types of their own particular family, have regular flowers; you can divide them in any direction through the centre into. Fig. 22.—Blo8BOm of Violet, a, corolla; b, caljx; g, pednncle or flower-Etalk (2, bracts; e^ spur of corolla. two equal halves. Not so our sweet little violet (Fig. 22), which holds its place beside them. It, too, is many-petaled, and has stamens and petals attached Hke the others, but its flower is irregular; to divide its five petals equally, you must cut the centre in one direction only. The stamens and. 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.. Thomson, Spencer, fl. 1848-1883. London : Groombridge