Geographical Guide to Floras of the World: An Annotated List with Special Reference to Useful Plants and Common Plant Names : Part II, Western Europe : Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Great Britain with Ireland, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Spain, Portugal, Andorra, Monaco, Italy, San Marino, and Switzerland
U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1961 - 742 páginas
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Página 214 - Handbook of the British Flora ; a Description of the Flowering Plants and Ferns indigenous to, or naturalized in, the British Isles. For the use of Beginners and Amateurs. By GEORGE BENTHAM, FRS 4th Edition, revised, Crown 8vo, 12s.
Página 256 - WT, BA THE FLORA OF MIDDLESEX : A Topographical and Historical Account of the Plants found in the County. With Sketches of its Physical Geography and Climate, and of the Progress of Middlesex Botany during the last Three Centuries. With a Map of Botanical Districts. Crown 8vo, 12s.
Página 307 - Illustrations. 6s. 6d. net. SONNTAG (CO). A POCKET FLORA OF EDINBURGH AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT. A Collection and full Description of all Phanerogamic and the principal Cryptogamic Plants, classified after the Natural System, with an artificial Key and a Glossary of Botanical Terms.
Página 214 - The British Flora Medica : A History of the Medicinal Plants of Great Britain. Illustrated by a Figure of each Plant, COLOURED BY HAND. By BENJAMIN H. BARTON, FLS, and THOMAS CASTLE, MD, FRS A New Edition, revised, condensed, and partly re-written, by JOHN R.
Página 219 - COTTAGE GARDENER'S DICTIONARY. With a Supplement, containing all the new plants and varieties down to the year 1869. Edited by GW JOHNSON. Post 8vo. cloth, 6s. 6d. BOTANIST'S POCKET-BOOK. By WR HAYWARD. Containing the Botanical name, Common name, Soil or Situation, Colour, Growth, and Time of Flowering of all plants, arranged in a tabulated form, 2nd Edition, revised.
Página 6 - THE WORLD'S COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS. A Descriptive Account of the Economic Plants of the World and of their Commercial Uses. By WG FREEMAN, B.Sc., FLS, and SE CHANDLER, D.Sc., FLS With contributions by TA HENRY, D.Sc., FCS, CE JONES, B.Sc., FLS, and EH WILSON.
Página 224 - Svo. 4s. 6d. Index of British Plants, according to the London Catalogue (8th edition) , including the Synonyms used by the principal authors, an alphabetical list of English names; also references to the illustrations of Byrne's ' English Botany ' and Bentham's
Página 557 - The Flora of the Alps, being a description of all the species of flowering plants indigenous to Switzerland; and of the alpine species of the adjacent mountain distriuts of France, Italy and Austria, including the Pyrenees.
Página 260 - J. Sketch | of the | Natural History | of | Yarmouth | and its neighbourhood, | containing | Catalogues of the Species | of | Animals, Birds, Reptiles, Fish, Insects, and | Plants, at present known. | — | By CJ and James Paget. | — | Yarmouth : | printed and published by F. Skill, Quay; | sold in London | by Longman, Rees, and Co., Paternoster row; and Simkin | and Marshall, Stationers