Hortus lignosus londinensis or, A catalogue of all the ligneous plants, indigenous and foreign, hardy and half-hardy, cultivated in the gardens and grounds in the neighbourhood of London: with all their synonymes, scientific and popular, including their French, German, and Italian names; and with their native country, habit, habitation in the garden, etc. To which are added the prices of hardy trees and shrubs in the principal nurseries of London and Edinburgh, and at Bollwyller in France, and in Hamburg. by John Claudius Loudon

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StatementBy J. C. Loudon.
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LC ClassificationsSB435 .L88
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Pagination2 p. l., 174 p.
Number of Pages174
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LC Control Number12003740
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The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor 'Sarniensis', known variously as Guernsey Elm, Jersey Elm, Wheatley Elm, or Southampton Elm, was first described by MacCulloch in from trees on Guernsey, and was planted in the Royal Horticultural Society's gardens in the s.

It was listed in the Loddiges catalogue of as Ulmus sarniensis and by Loudon in Hortus lignosus londinensis. Hortus Lignosus Londinensis: Or, a Catalogue of All the Ligneous Plants, Indigenous and Foreign, Hardy and Half-Hardy, Cultivated in the Gardens and Grounds in the Neighbourhood of London: With All Their Synonymes, Scientific and Popular, Including Their Hortus lignosus londinensis book - Common.

An Encyclopaedia of agriculture, comprising the theory and practice of the valuation, transfer, laying out, improvement and management of landed property, and the cultivation and economy of the animal and vegetable productions of agriculture a general history of agriculture in all countries with suggestions for its future progress in the British isles, by J.

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Hortus suburbanus Londinensis, or, A catalogue of plants cultivated in the neighbourhood of London: arranged according to the Linnean system / by Robert Sweet Printed for J.

Ridgway London Australian/Harvard Citation. Sweet, Robert. Hortus suburbanus Londinensis, Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; In Wikipedia.

Español; Asturianu; Edit links. This page was last edited on 30 Juneat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. J C Loudon is the author of books such as Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum.

Books by J C Loudon. Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum. The Gardener's Magazine and Register Of Rural Domestic Improvement.

Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum, Or. An EncyclopDia Of Agriculture. He turned in to botanical writing, having already published Hortus Suburbanus Londinensis (), and the first of the five-volume Geraniaceae (–30).

The first edition of Sweet's Hortus Britannicus was published inand this revised second edition in Sweet uses Jussieu's 'natural' system of classification, but concedes.

Hortus Lignosus Londinensis: Or, a Catalogue of All the Ligneous Plants, Indigenous and Foreign, Hardy and Half-Hardy, Cultivated in the Gardens and Grounds in the Neighbourhood of London: With All Their Synonymes, Scientific and Popular, Including Their (Paperback) J.

This book, Encyclopaedia londinensis. Volume 5, by John Wilkes, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.

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Hortus Suburbanus Londinensis: or a Catalogue of Plants Cultivated in the Neighbourhood of London; Arranged According to the Linnaean System (). Robert Sweet. James Ridgway. London. Hortus. Hortus (). Bailey and Ethel Zoe Bailey. The Macmillan Company.

New York. Also includes information from Hortus Second, published in A. Standard Form Hort. Suburb. Lond. IPNI Life Sciences Identifier (LSID) urn:lsid::publications Dates Jun-Jul Remarks INTERNET LINK: http://books.

The first career of Robert Sweet (–) was as a gardener in private employment and as a nurseryman. He turned in to botanical writing, having already published Hortus suburbanus Londinensis (), and the first of the five-volume Geraniaceae (–30).

A Prunus persica (L.) Batsch. cultivar. ‘Fruit large, depressed, hollowed at the summit, with a moderately deep suture, and swelled considerably on one of its sides, and a wide cavity at the base; the side marked by the suture is shorter than the opposite one.

Hortus third. Note: = Dolichos lignosus; Maréchal, R. et al. Étude taxonomique d'un groupe complexe d'espèces des genres Phaseolus et Vigna (Papilionaceae) sur la base données morphologiques et polliniques, traitées par l'analyse informatique. Boissiera Rehm, S.

Multilingual dictionary of agronomic plants ; Verdcourt, B. hortus lignosus londinensis or a catalogue of all the ligneous plants indigen 4/ 5 arboretum et fruticetum britannicum or the trees and shrubs of britain native / 5 an encyclopdia of gardening comprising the theory and practice of horticultur 3 / 5.

Hortus suburbanus Londinensis, (embrivíu Hort. ), ye un llibru ilustráu con descripciones botániques editáu pol botánicu, horticultor y pteridólogu inglés, Robert Sweet n'a l'añu Ver tamién.

Cronoloxía de la botánica; Llista de naturalistes y epónimos; Llista de florilexos y códices botánicos. Encyclopaedia Londinensis: Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature, Comprehending, Under One General Alphabetical Arrangement, All the Words and Substance of Every Kind of Dictionary Extant in the English Language Embellished by a Set of Copper-plate Engravings Compiled, Digested, and Arranged, by John Wilkes, of Milland House, in.

Hortus suburbanus Londinensis: or, A catalogue of plants cultivated in the neighborhood of London, arranged according to the Linnean system, with the addition of the natural orders to which they belong, references to books where they are described, their native places of growth, when introduced, time of flowering, and reference to figures / by.

The field elm cultivar Ulmus minor 'Stricta', known as Cornish elm, was commonly found in South West England (Cornwall and West Devon) and Brittany until the arrival of Dutch elm disease in the late s. The origin of Cornish elm in England remains a matter of contention.

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Anonymus Londinensis (or Anonymus Londiniensis) is the name given to an anonymous Ancient Greek author of approximately the 1st century AD whose work On Medicine (Ancient Greek: Ἰατρικά, Latin: De Medicina) is partially preserved in a papyrus in the British Library (PBrLibr inv.

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The elm cultivar Ulmus 'Tortuosa' Host, the Wiggly Elm, was described by Host in Flora Austriaca () as Ulmus tortuosa, from low, twisted, small-leaved trees that grew in the hilly districts of Hungary. A contemporary herbarium specimen () from Central Europe labelled U. tortuosa Host appears to show small field elm-type leaves.

Henry distinguished 'Tortuosa' Host from. Collation: [iv], [with two un numbered pages between p],[1-blank],[32 &Index]pp. The unnumbered pages in the text have a note in Latin that appears to indicate the reason for the blank pages.

The entire leaves forming the text were bound tightly. Reading all names or comments requires opening the book wider to see into the gutter.Original printed post incunable leaf on paper from: Ortus sanitatis with handcolored woodcuts from the Strasbourg edition of / Age: B.

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