Title: The Garden : an illustrated weekly journal of gardening in all its branches
Year: 1871 (1870s)
Subjects: Gardening Horticulture
Publisher: London : [s.n.
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: UMass Amherst Libraries
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ed habit, is beginning to show itsrosy bloom. The fairest among the white flowers of the weekis the White Buttercup (Ranunculus amplexicaulis), andamong the blue the Apennine Anemone (A. apennina), which,like many other flowers, is much later than usual. The blueGromwell (Lithospermum prostratum) begins to show itsGentian-blue blossoms, and the spring Orobus, some time open,is gradually showing more blossoms on its giaceful tuft.f.Dentaria digitata is in full bloom, a slender plant witli astock-like bloom admirably suited for quiet moist nooks, inhalf shady jiLices and among shrubs. In the Stock Order wehave also among the smaller plants in flower during the weekthe neat Mountain Alyssum (A. montaimm), and the prettywhite Cardamino trifoliata. Among the older Tulips thereare T. Oculus solis or pra^cox, and the Wood Tulip (T. sylves-tris) and its varieties. The seldom seen and beautiful Pulmo-naria virginica is slowly expanding its purplish bads, and the ArniL 15, 1876.] THE GARDEN Lu7
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