Page images
PDF
EPUB

289. B., winter tree

Fulham Nursery. L. Martin.

(235.) 300.

Q. C. austriaca

CORYLA CEE. (OAKS, BEECH, CHEST- 301.
NUTS, HAZELS, &c.)

Q. C., winter tree, 4to

Muswell Hill. Miss M. L.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

p. 1848. (279.)

Hort. Soc. Gard. Miss M. L.

290. Quercus pedunculata)} p.1731. (282.) 302. Q. C. fulhamensis)

(the common Oak)

Hort. Soc. Gard. Miss M. L.

Kensington Gardens. J. Martin.

291. Q. p., full-grown tree

292. Q. p., winter tree

[ocr errors]

Studley Park. H. W. Jukes.

293. Q. p. fastigiata

[ocr errors]
[blocks in formation]

p. 1731. (2826.)

Hort. Soc. Gard. Miss M. L.

294. Q. sessiliflòra

p. 1736. (281.) 305.

Hort. Soc. Gard. Miss M. L.

295 Q. s., full-grown tree, 4to Woburn Abbey. W. A. Nesfield.

296. Q. s., winter tree

Studley Park. H. W. Jukes.

297. Q. E'sculus (the

(280**)

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

(the Lucombe p. 1857. (280.) Oak)

Hort. Soc. Gard. Miss M. L.

(281*) 306. Q. C. L., winter tree
Fulham Nursery. H. Le Jeune.

(280a.)

Italian Oak) p. 1844. (261.) 307. Q. Egilops (the p. 1861. (266.) }

[ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

key, or Mossy-p. 1846. (275.) 308. Q. Æ., full-grown tree

[blocks in formation]

Syon House. G. R. Lewis.
309. Q. álba (the Ameri-
can
Hackney Arboretum. H. Le Jeune.

p. 1864. (252.)

LIST OF PLATES IN VOL. VII., ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.

The Roman numerals refer to the volumes of the text where the species is treated of.

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

4. glutinosa (the III. p. 1678. (229.)

III. p. 1689. (232.)

III. p. 1678. (239.)
(231.)

4. g. l., full-grown tree, 4to

Bétula álba péndula}

(the Birch)

B. nigra

B. n., winter tree

B. papyracea

B. populifolia

Birch. See Bétula.

Broussonètia papy

rífera (the Paper

Mulberry)

Càrya álba (Hickory

III.

p. 1691. (233.) III. p. 1710. (234.)

(235.)

III. p. 1708. (241.)
III. p. 1707. (237.)

[ocr errors]

Catálpa syringafòlia
Céltis occidentàlis
C. s., full-grown tree

III. p. 1261. (169.) · (170.)

the Decidentalis)} III. p. 1417. (193.)

C. O.,
C. Tournefortii
full-grown tree
Elæágnus orientàlis
(the Oleaster)

[blocks in formation]

III. p. 1361. (180.) Fig.

Butter Nut. See Juglans cinèrea.

Nut), full-grown

tree

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]

See U. americana.

common, or English. See U. campestris.
Cornish. See U. m. fastigiata.

Dutch, or Cork-barked. See U. suberòsa.
Scotch. See U. montàna major.

Weeping. See U. m. péndula.

See Ficus.

Ficus Cárica (the Fig) III. p. 1365. (178.)
Hickory Nut.

[blocks in formation]

nöìdes angustifolia III. p. 1325. (174a.) (Sea Buckthorn)

[blocks in formation]

CONTENTS.

III. p. 1439. (198.) | P. nìgra

III. p. 1435. (197.) P. n. winter tree

4to

[merged small][ocr errors]

(197a.) P. n., full-grown tree, 4to III. p. 1423. (196.) P. trémula

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

J. r., full-grown winter tree Laúrus nóbilis (the

Sweet Bay)

[ocr errors]

Sassafras Tree)

[ocr errors]
[blocks in formation]

III. p. 1297. (171.)

III. p. 1301. (172a.)

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

Pterocàrya caucásica
Q. 'gilops
Quércus álba

[ocr errors]
[merged small][ocr errors]

Q. E., full-grown tree Q. Cérris

[ocr errors]

(220.) (221.)

III. p. 1645. (217.) III. p. 1646. (218.) III. p. 1451. (199.) III. p. 1864. (252.) III. p. 1861. (266.)

[ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small]

III. p. 1846. (275.)

Q. C., full-grown tree, 4to
Q. C., winter tree, 4to
Q. C. austriaca

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][merged small]

III. p. 1848. (279.)

Q. C. fulhaménsis nsis} III

(dentàta)

Q. C. f., full-grown tree Q. C. f., winter tree, 4to Q. C. Lucombeàna

Q. C. L., winter tree

Q. E'sculus
Q. pedunculata
Q. p., full-grown tree

Tupelo Tree), full- III. p. 1317. (173.) Q. p., winter tree

grown tree

Oak.

See Quércus.

Oak, American White. See Q. álba.

Bitter. See Q. Cérris.

Q. p. fastigiata

Q. sessiliflora
Q. s., full-grown tree,
Q. s., winter tree

British, or common. See Q. peduncu- Sàlix álba

làta, and Q. sessiliflora.

Fulham. See Q. C. fulhaménsis.
Italian. See Q. E'sculus.

Lucombe. See Q. C. Lucombedna.
Mossy-cupped. See Q. Cérris.
Turkey. See Q. Cérris.

[blocks in formation]

Paper Mulberry. See Broussonètia.

Plánera Richárdi III. p. 1409. (184a.)
P. R., full-grown tree
Poplar. See Pópulus.

Poplar, Aspen. See P. trémula.
Balsam. See P. balsamífera.
Black. See P. nigra.

- (184.)

Black Italian. See P. monilífera.
Lombardy. See P. fastigiata.
Ontario. See P. cándicans.

Populus álba (the III. p. 1638. (214.)
Abele Tree)

[merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small]
[blocks in formation]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

III. p. 1857. (280.)

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

III. p. 1844. (261.) III. p. 1731. (282.)

[ocr errors][ocr errors]

(281a.) (282a.)

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

. III. p. 1514. (208.) III. p. 1516. (205.) III. p. 1528. (206.) Sassafras. See Laúrus Sássafras. Sea Buckthorn. See Hippophae. Sweet Bay. See Laúrus nóbilis. Tupelo. See Nýssa.

U'lmus americana
U. a. incìsa

U. campestris (the}

common Elm) U. c., full-grown tree U. c. stricta, full

grown tree U. c. viminàlis U. effùsa

III. p. 1670. (224.) | U. e., winter tree

[merged small][merged small][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

III. p. 1673. (225.) | U. m., full-grown tree

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

III. p. 1375. (184a.) III. p. 1376. (185a.) - III. p. 1397. (191.)

[ocr errors][merged small]

(191a.)

[blocks in formation]

p. 1396. (188.) (187.)

(224.) U. montana major III. p. 1398. (188a.) III. p. 1398. (190.)

III. p. 1676. (227.) U. m. péndula (rùbra)

III. p. 1639. (215.) U. m. fastigiata III. p. 1399. (187a.)

[blocks in formation]

U. (c.) suberòsa
Walnut. See Juglans.
Willow. See Sàlix.

Willow, Weeping. See S. babylónica.
Huntingdon, or White.

See S. álba.

Catálpa Syringifolia.

The Syringa-leaved Catalpa.

169

[merged small][subsumed][ocr errors][graphic]

XLVII. A.

Catálpa Syringifolia.
The Syringa-leaved Catalpa.

170

[graphic]

Full-grown tree at Syon, 54 ft. high; trunk, 2 ft. in diam.; head, 48 ft. in diam.

[Scale 1 in. to 12 ft.]

« PreviousContinue »