The New Botanist's Guide to the Localities of the Rarer Plants of Britain, Volumen1

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Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1835 - 674 páginas
 

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Página 14 - Marsfield," in the same county. See Eng. Fl. Hi., 202. It has also been seen " on the coast near Brighton." (Phyt. iv., 156. NS) In Devonshire "it came up spontaneously in a field that had been ploughed to form a garden, in the centre of the new square, at Plymouth.
Página 165 - Ufton near Reading, springing up in dry stony thickets, periodically for a year or two after they have been cut, and till choked by briars, &c.
Página 40 - On the sand and naked pebbles of Chesil Bank, running from Portland to Abbotsbury ; on the north shore, and eastward of it, at Poole, and elsewhere.
Página 38 - Lansdown, on the slope of a hill on which there is a clump of firs, about a mile and a quarter from Bath.
Página 203 - Ahberly ; at the base of the N. hill, Malvern, on the roots of Holly ; and in a thick wood on a conglomerate rock near the Terne, on the root of Maple: NBG — Yorkshire ; Round Howe, and woods W.
Página 195 - On loose earth thrown up from a quarry above Lench Ford, nearly opposite Shrawley, and in Cliffy Wood near Hanley.
Página 170 - Dandridge on the sides of a hill called Marvell Hill, by Henley Townside, and by Mr. J. Sherard on the Church walls at Henley, Ray, Syn.
Página 139 - Covers a field by the side of Mendham long lane by Harleston, and has grown there before the memory of the oldest person in the neighbourhood. Rev. H.
Página 49 - In a wood through which the road passes, about two miles and a half from Newport, Isle of Wight, to Ryde, as common as Scilla nutans in our woods ; Mr. Griffith in Bot.
Página 304 - A Concise DESCRIPTION of the ENGLISH LAKES and adjacent Mountains, with General Directions to Tourists, Notices of the Botany, Mineralogy, and Geology of the District. Observations on Meteorology, the Floating Island on Derwent Lake, and the Black-lead Mine in Borrowdale. By JONATHAN OTLEY. Keswick : published by the author ; by Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers...

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