Curtis's Botanical Magazine/Volume 45
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The most Ornamental Foreign Plants, cultivated in the
Open Ground, the Green-House, and the Stove, are ac-
curately represented in their natural Colours.
TO WHICH ARE ADDED,
Their Names, Class, Order, Generic and Specific Characters, according
to the celebrated Linnæus; their Places of Growth,
and Times of Flowering:
Together with the most approved methods of culture.
Intended for the Use of such Ladies, Gentlemen, and Gardeners, as wish
to become scientifically acquainted with the Plants they cultivate.
John Sims, M.D.
Fellow of the Royal and Linnean Societies.
VOL. XLV. Being the Third of the New Series
The Flowers, whicb grace their native beds,
Awhile put forth their blushing heads,
But, e'er the close of parting day,
They wither, shrink, and die away :
But these, which mimic skill hath made,.
Nor scorched by suns, nor killed by shade,
Shall blush with less inconstant hue,
Which Art at pleasure can renew.
Printed by Stephen Couchman and Fry Throgmorton–Street
Published by Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, 20, Paternoster-Row
And Sold by the principal Booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland.
M DCCC XVIII.
In which the Latin Names of
the Plants contained in the
Forty-fifth Volume are alphabetically
- 1947 Banksia marginata (β) micostachya
In which the English Names
of the Plants contained in the
Forty-fifth are alphabetically
- 1947 Green flowered, various-leaved Banksia