Curtis's Botanical Magazine/Volume 73

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Curtis's

BOTANICAL MAGAZINE,

COMPRISING THE

Plants of the Royal Gardens of Kew,

AND

OF OTHER BOTANICAL ESTABLISHMENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN;
WITH SUITABLE DESCRIPTIONS;


AND

A SUPPLEMENTAL OF BOTANICAL AND HORTICULTURAL INFORMATION

BY

SIR WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER, K.H., D.C.L. Oxon.
LL.D., P.R.S., and L.S., Vice-President of the Linnean Society, and Director of the Royal Gardens of Kew.


VOL. III.
OF THE THIRD SERIES;
(Or Vol. LXXIII. of the Whole Work.)



Detail of illustration from title page.


" No chilling cold deforms the beauteous year,
The springing flowers no coming winter fear."


LONDON:
REEVE, BENHAM, AND REEVE, KING WILLIAM STREET, STRAND.


1847.








REEVE, BENHAM & REEVE,
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHER OF SCIENTIFIC WORKS,
KING WILLIAM STREET, STRAND.



TO

CAPTAIN SIR EVERARD HOME, BART., R.N.

WHO HAS LARGELY CONTRIBUTED,

BOTH

TO THE LIVING COLLECTION AND TO THE MUSEUM

OF THE

ROYAL GARDENS

THE BOTANICAL RESULTS

OF HIS LONG AND DISTANT VOYAGES,

THE PRESENT VOLUME

IS DEDICATED,

WITH SENTIMENTS OF REGARD AND ESTEEM


FOR HIS FAITHFUL FRIEND AND SERVANT,


THE AUTHOR.


Royal Gardens, Kew.
Dec. 1st, 1847.