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Title : Cyclopedia of American horticulture: understanding suggestions for cultivation of horticultural plants, descriptions of the species of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants sold in the United States and Canada, together with geographical and biographical sketches

Authors : Bailey, LH (Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954 Miller, Wilhelm, 1869 Digitizing Sponsor : NCSU Libraries

: New York: Macmillan

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of bright green, marked with large and small redspots. 46. ​​Var. Llndeni, Engl. (C. Lanndi, Hort.). Bladebright green, with confluent small red spots. 47. Var. Verschliehl, Engl. (C. Verschaffmn, Lem.). Petiole pale green; blade very beautiful green, with few irregular crimson spots. I.H.5: 185. B.M. 5263.L.46. BBB. Blade lanceolate-sagittate. 48. picturatum, C. Koch. Petioles usually green, variegated below, elongated; blade lanceolate-sagittate, cuspidate and submucronate at the apex, the upper lobenearly triangular, oblong or ovate-lanceolate, basal lobesover half as long, lanceolate subacute, connate 1-6-Jitheir length, separated by a triangular sinus; primary 210 CALADIUM lateral veins 4-7, erect-spreading or spreading. Brazil. -Variable, furnishing many of the faney-leaved Caladi-ums. (1) Transparent white blade. 49. Var. Belleymei, Engl. (C1-4) alkyl, Het. Fig. 311. Petiole greenish above, variegated violet beneath;

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