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Image from page 360 of “Manual of gardening; a practical guide to the making of home grounds and the growing of flowers, fruits, and vegetables for home use” (1910)

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Identifier: manualofgardenin01bail
Title: Manual of gardening; a practical guide to the making of home grounds and the growing of flowers, fruits, and vegetables for home use
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Bailey, L. H. (Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954
Subjects: Gardening
Publisher: New York, The Macmillan company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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endril-climbersAdlumia (biennial).*Balloon Vine (Cardiospermum) .*Cobea.Gourds. Nasturtiums (Tropceolum).Canary-bird Flower (Tropceolum peregrinum).Sweet pea (Fig. 265).Wild cucumber.*Maurandia. THE ORNAMENTAL PLANTS—CLIMBERS 311 Gourds or gourd-like plants, as, Coccinia Indica; Cucumis of several interesting species, as C. erinaceus, grossulariceformis, odoratissimus ; dipper or bottle gourd (Lagenaria); vegetable sponge, dish-cloth gourd, rag gourd (Luffa); balsam apple, balsam pear (Momordica) snake gourd {Trichosanthes); bryonopsis; Abobra viridiflora.All the above except sweet pea are quickly cut down by frost. b. TwinersBeans, Flowering.Cypress vine. Dolichos Lablab, and others.Hop, Japanese.Ipomcea Quamoclit (cypress vine) and others.Moonflower, several species.Morning-glory.Mina lobata.Thunbergia.Mikania scandens.* Butterfly pea, Centrosema Virginiana*Scarlet runner, Phaseolus multiflorus (perennial South).Velvet or banana bean, Mucuna pruriens var. utilis (for the South),

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265. Sweet pea. Perennial herbaceous climbers. (The tops dying down in fall, but the root living over winter andsending up a new top.) a. Tendril-climbers or root-climbers Everlasting pea, Lathyrus latifolius. Clematis of various species, as C. aromatica, Davidiana, heraclecefolia(C. tubulosa), are more or less climbing. Most of the clematisesare shrubs. 312 MANUAL OF GARDENING May-pop, Passiflora incarnata.*Not reliable north of Virginia.

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