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Image from page 44 of “Gardening in California, landscape and flower” (1909)

Image from page 44 of “Gardening in California, landscape and flower” (1909)

Identifier: gardeningincalif00mcla
Title: Gardening in California, landscape and flower
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: McLaren, John, fl.1909-1925
Subjects: Gardening
Publisher: San Francisco, A. M. Robertson
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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S/DSIA//Jl/< n € # # 1^ # # looX i8o Gardening in California Planting ListFor Lot 150X 200. Group No. 1. Specimen plants of Boxwood. 2. Retinospora obtusa. 3. Choisya ternata and Diosma ericoides. 4. Veronica decussata and Pimelia rosea. 5. Coprosma Baueriana and Aucuba Japonica. 6. Camphor and Abelia. 7. Rhododendron or Nerium splendens. 8. Wistaria, shading pergola. 9. Bamboo. 10. Portugal Laurel and Acacia mollissima. 11. Specimen plants of Laurus tinus or Laurus nobilis, 12. Acacia latifolia and Philadelphus coronaria. 13. Lilac and Myrtle. 14. Albizzia julibrissin and Spartium junceum. 15. Pittosporum eugenoides. 16. Hawthorn and Spiraea bridal wreath. 17. Hedge of Ligustrum Japonicum. 18. Huntingdon Elm or Acacia Melanoxylon. 19. Roses and other flowering plants. 20. Roses, Carnations, etc. 21. Fuchsias, Hydrangeas, etc. 22. Fruit Trees. 23. Pepper. 24. Monterey Cypress. 25. Geraniums. 26. Lawn. [26

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Stz^&z.^- m c r3 18 150 X 200 Gardening in California Planting List For Lot 200 X 350.Group No. I. Phoenix Canariensis and Honeysuckle.2 3 4 56 78 910II 12 13 141516 1718 19202122 23 24 2526 27282930313233343536 Bamboo. Choisya ternata and Daphne.Choisya ternata and Duranta plumiera.Bamboo. Coprosma Baueriana.Pittosporum eugenoides and Sweet Briar.Maytenus boaria and Diosma alba.Maytenus Chilense and Sollya Drumondii.Clematis Jackmanii and Ivy Geranium.Clematis Jackmanii and Ivy Geranium.Veronica decussata and Viola cornuta.Mandevillea suaveolens and Fuchsia.Wistaria and red Geranium.Coronilla glauca and Cytissus racemosa.Myrtle and Carnations. Juniperus Chinensis and Juniperus prostrata.Rhododendron. Camellia and Gardenia Fortuneii.Ampelopsis Veitchii and flowering plants.Retinospora obtusa and Pimelia rosea.Roses. Pittosporum eugenoides and Corynocarpus lavaegatus.Escallonia Montevidiensis and Honeysuckle.Bamboo. Arbutus unedo and Boxwood.Heteromeles serratifolia.Camphor and Jas

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