Manual of cultivated plants; a flora for the identification of the most common or significant species of plants grown in the continental United States and Canada: for food, ornament, utility, and general interest, both in the open and under glass
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The First PartExplanations
English Equivalents and Pronunciation of the Latin
The Second PartThe Flora
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