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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.