Curtis's Botanical Magazine/Volume 60
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In which 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, and most approved
Methods of Culture.
By SAMUEL CURTIS
By WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER
F.R.A. and L.S. and Regius Professor of Botany in the University
OF THE THIRD SERIES;
(Or Vol. LX. of the Whole Work.)
"Who can paint
Like Nature? Can Imagination boast
Amid his gay creation, hues like these,
And lay them on so delicately fine,
And lose them in each other."
Printed by Edward Couchman 10 Throgmorton–Street
FOR THE PROPRIETOR, SAMUEL CURTIS
BOTANICAL MAGAZINE WAREHOUSE, GLAZENWOOD, NEAR COGGESHALL, ESSEX
Also by Sherwood, Gilbert, & Piper, 23, Paternoster Row ; J. & A. Arch, Cornhill; Treutell & Wurtz Soho Square; Blackwood, Edinburgh: and in Holland, of Mr. Gt. Elderling, Florist. at Harlem: And to be had of all Booksellers in Town Country.
In which the Latin Names of
the Plants contained in the
Sixtieth volume are alphabetically
- 3236. Dryandra armata.
In which the English Names
of the Plants contained in the
Sixtieth are alphabetically
- 3236. Sharp-pointed Dryandra.