Curtis's Botanical Magazine/Volume 63
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In which the most Ornamental Foreign Plants cultivated in the Open Ground,
the Green-House, and the Stove, are accurately represented and coloured.
To which are added,
their names, class, order, generic and specific characters,
according to the system of linnæus;
Their Places of Growth, Times of Flowering, and most approved
Methods of Culture.
By SAMUEL CURTIS, F.L.S.
By Sir WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER, K.H.
LLD. F.R.A. and L.S. Director of the Royal Botanic Garden
OF THE NEW SERIES;
Or Vol. LXIII. of the whole Work.
"Nature, exerting an unwearied power,
forms, opens, and given scent to ev'ry flower;
Spreads the fresh verdure of the field, and leads
The dancing Naiads through the dewy meads"
Printed by Edward Couchman, 10, Throgmorton Street;
FOR THE PROPRIETOR, SAMUEL CURTIS,
BOTANICAL MAGAZINE WAREHOUSE, GLAZENWOOD, NEAR COGGESHALL, ESSEX:
Published also by Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper, 23, Paternoster Row; J. & A. Arch, Corahill; Blackwood,
Edinburgh; and in Holland, by Mr. Gt. Elderling, Florist, at Haarlem:
And to be had of all Booksellers in Town and Country.