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LOUDON, Jane Wells (1807-1858) The Ladies' Flower Garden of Ornamental Perennials. 1849 (second edition).

A very rare second edition in the original publisher’s green leather binding with tooled gilt decorations Five gilt-stamped raised bands (9 3/4" x 12") all pages are tight and clean with all tissue guards in place.

  341 gilt edged pages complete with 90 fine hand - colored lithographed plates (9 " x 11 ˝") in pristine condition, free of stains, blemishes and foxing. Including depictions of more than 450 perennials.

  'Loudon developed a simple formula for these works, combining a brief text with charming illustrations, an arrangement that appealed to her audience. For each plant a brief botanical description was provided, including its common name in English, its order and genus. Some historical notes, and instructions regarding its cultivation' (An Oak Spring Flora p.326). Jane Loudon first began her series of popular botanical works in 1838 with the intention of alleviating the debt incurred by her husband, the renowned botanist, gardener, and horticultural writer John Loudon, whom she met after the publication of her best-selling novel The Mummy, Tales for the Twenty Second Century. Having had no prior training in botany, she first learned about horticulture after her marriage, when she assisted her husband with his Encyclopedia of Gardening (1834). Taking a less traditional and more generally accessible approach to the subject, Loudon published her first gardening book, Instructions in Gardening for Ladies, in 1838. She followed this up with a series of five linked titles that could also be viewed as separate works. The first work in the series was published in 1840 and was an immediate success, others followed in 1841, the present work in 1844 (second edition 1849) and the series was completed by two further works in 1846 and 1848. Great Flower Books (1990) p.115; Nissen BBI 1237; Pritzel 5634

PLATE INDEX

 

PLATE 1.
1. Adonis vernans Spring Adonis
2. Thalictrum aquilegifoliam.  Feathery Columbine.
3. Clematis integrifolia.   Entire-leaved Clematis.
4. Hepatica triloba.   Common Hepatica.
5. H. americana.  American Hepatica.
PLATE II.
1. Pulsatilla alpina.   Alpine Pulsatilla.
2. P. patens.   Spreading Pasque-flower.
3. P. pratensis.   Meadow Pasqne-flower.
4. P. vernalis.   Spring Pasque-flower.
5. P. vulgaris.   Common Pasqne-flower.
PLATE III.
1. Anemone  coronaria.    Narrow-leaved,  or  Poppy Anemone.
2. A. stellata.  Star Anemone.
3. A. appenina.   Bue Monntain Anemone.
4. A. palmata.   Palmate Anemone.
5. A. ranunculoides.  Yellow Wood Anemone.
6. A, vitifolia.  Vine-leaved Anemone.
7. A. narcissiflora.   Narcissus-flowered Anemone.
8. A. nemorosa.   Common Wood Anemone.
PLATE IV.
1. Cultivated double variety of Anemone coronaria. Cultivated double variety of Anemone coronaria.
2. Cultivated double variety of Anemone coronaria. Cultivated double variety of Anemone coronaria.
3. Cultivated double variety of Anemone coronaria. Cultivated double variety of Anemone coronaria.
PLATE V.
1. Ranunculus monspeliacus.   Montpelier Crowfoot.
2. R. graminens.   Grass-leaved Ranuncnins.
3. R. amplexicaulis.   Stem-clasping Ranunculas.
4. R. acris flore pleno.  Acrid Crowfoot.
5. R. aconitifolius.   Palmate-leaved Ranunclus.
6. R. paniassifolius.  Parnassia-leaved Crowfoot.
PLATE VI.
1. Garden variety of Ranunculus Asiaticus. Garden variety of Ranunculus Asiaticus.
2. Garden variety of Ranunculus Asiaticus. Garden variety of Ranunculus Asiaticus.
3. Garden variety of Ranunculus Asiaticus. Garden variety of Ranunculus Asiaticus.
PLATE VII.
1. Hellebores niger.   Christmas Rose.
2. H. lividus.  Livid Hellebore.
3. H. odorus.   Sweet-scented Hellebore.
4. Trollius americanus.  American Globe-flower.
5. T. europaeus.  European Globe-flower.
6. Isopyrum grandiflorum. Large-flowered Isopyrum
1. Coptis trifolia.  Three-leaved Coptis.
8. Eranthus hyemalis.   Winter Aconite.
PLATE VIII.
1. Aquilegia Skinneri.   Mr. Skinner's Colninlime.
2. A. glandulosa.   Russian Colambine.
3. A. glauca.   Glaucous Columbine.
4. A. fragrans.  Fragrant Columbine.
5. A. sibirica.   Siberian Columbine.
6. A. Garneriana.  Misses Garnier's Colambine.
7. A. canadensis.   Canadian Columbine.
8. A. atropurpurea.   Brownish-purple Coinnibine.
PLATE IX.
1.  Delphinium Barlowii.   Mr. Barlow's Larkspur.
2, D. montanum.  Mountain Larkspur.
3. D. sapphirinum.  Variable Bee Larkspur.
4. D. Menziesii.  Mr. Menzies' Larkspur.
5. D. azureum.   Azure Larkspur.
PLATE X.
1. D.grandiflorum, var.Chinense.    Large-flowered Larkspur.
2. D. pictum.  Painted-leaved Larkspur.
3. D. triste.  Dark-flowered Larkspur.
4. D. vimineum.  Twiggy Larkspur.
PLATE XI.
1. Aconitum heterophyllum.   Various-leaved Monkshood
2. A. anthora.  Yellow Monkshood.
3. A. ochroleucum.   Pale Yellow Monkshood.
4. A. australe.  Carpathian Purple Wolfsbane.
5. A. panicniatum.   Panicled Monkghood.
6. A. versicolor.
7. A. napellns.   Common Monkshood.
8. A. variegatum.
PLATE XII.
1. Paeonia edulis
2. P. albiflora.
3. P. tenuifolia.  Fine-leaved Peony.
4. P. hybrida.
5. P. Russi.   Russ's Crimson Peony.
PLATE XIII.
1. Epimedium  macranthum.    Large-flowered Epimedium
2. Leontice altaica.  Altaiac Lion's-leaf.
3. Jeffersonia diphylla.  Two-leaved Jeffersonia.
4. Diphylleia cymosa.   Cymose Diphylleia.
PLATE XIY.
1. Nymphaea advena.   Foreign Yellow Water Lily.
2. N. odorata.  Sweet-scented Water Lily.
3. N. odorata minor.  Sweet-scented Water Lily.
4. N. nitida.   Shining Water Lily.
PLATE XV.
1. Papaver orientale.  Oriental Poppy.
2. P. alpiniim.  Alpine Poppy.
3. P. rubro-aurantiacum.  Orange-red Poppy.
4. Meconopsis cambrica.   Common Welsh Poppy.
5. Argemone grandiflora.   Large-flowered  Prickly Poppy.
6. Sangninaria canadensis.  Canadian Blood-root.
7. Macleaya cordata.   Cordate-leaved Macleaya
PLA.TE XVI.
1. Corydalis nobilis.  . Noble Corydalis
2. C. bracteata.  Bracteated Corydalis.
3. C. tuberosa (cava).   Hollow-rooted Fumitory.
4. C. longiflora.  Long-flowered Corydalis.
5. Dielytra formosa,  Beautiful Dielytra.
6. D. cucallaria.  Hooded Dielytra.
PLATE XVII.
1. Vesicaria utriculata.   Globe-podded Vesicaria.
2. Barbaria vulgaris.   Yellow Rocket.
3. Adyseon saxatile.  Rock Alyssum.
4. A. montanum.  Mountain Alyssum.
5. Dentaria pentaphylla.   Five-leaved Toothwort.
6. Arabis rosea.   Rose-coloured Wall-cress.
7. A.alpina.  Alpine Wall-cress.
8. Aubrietia deltoidea.  Spreading Aubrietia.
9. Hutchinsia stylosa.  Long-styled Hutchinsia.
PLATE XVIII.
1. Hesperis  grandiflora.    Large-flowered  Garden Rocket.
2. H. speciosa.  Showy Rocket.
3. H. fragrans.  Fragrant Rocket.
4. Malcomia littorea.   Sea-side Malcomia.
5. Moricandia arvensis. Field Moricandia.
6. Iberis Tenoreana.   Tenore's Candy Tuft.
7. I. saxatilis.  Rock Candy Tuft.
8. Morisia hypogea.   Under-ground Morisia.
9. Erysimum ibericum.  Armenian Hedge-mustard.
10.Aethionema membranaceum.   Winged Aethionema.
11.Draba brachystemon.  Short-stamened Whitlow Grass.
PLATE XIX.   
1. Matthiola incana.   Brompton Stocic.
2. Matthiola incana.  Garden variety.
3. M. sinuata.   Great Sea-Stock.
4. Cheiranthus cheiri. Double Garden-variety
5. Cheiranthus cheiri. Double Garden-variety
PLATE XX.  
1. Viola flabellifolia.   Fan-leaved Violet.
2. V. Palmaensis.  Palmese, or Tree Violet
3. V. cucullata.   Hooded Violet.
4. V. palmata.   Palmate-lcaied Violet.
5. V. pubescens.   Downy Violet.
6. V. altaica.  Altaian Violet.
7. V. rothomagensis. Roaen Violet.
PLATE XXI.  
1. Dianthus arbusculus.   Shrubby Chinese Pink
2. D. caucasicus.   . Caucasian Pink
3. D. virgineus.  Wood Pink
4. D. alpinus.  Alpine Pink.
5. D. lebanotis.   Mount Lebanon Pink.
6. D. arenarins.   Sand Pink.
7. D. pubeacens.  Pubescent Pink.
PLATE XXII.
1. D. aggregatus.   Crowded Pink.
2. D. barbatus.  Sweet William.
3. D. fischeri.   Dr. Fischer's Pink.
4. D. Carthusianorum.  Carthusians Pink
PLATE XXIII 
1. Dianthus Caryophyllus.   Picotee (Emmeline).
2. Dianthus Caryophyllus.   Picotee (Princess Frederick).
3. D. Caryophyllus.   Carnation (Bijon de Clement).
4. D. Caryophyllus.   Carnation (Prince de Nassau).
PLATE XXIV. 
1. Dianthns plumarius. (Sir Walter Scott).
2. Dianthns plumarius. (Duke of St. Alban's).
3. Dianthns plumarius. (Anne Boleyn).
4. Dianthns plumarius. (A common garden variety).
PLATE XXV.
1. Silene compacta.   Compact-flowered Catchfly.
2. S. pennsylvanica.   American Wild Pink.
3. S. onata.   Ornamental Catchfly.
4. S. virginica.  Virginian Catchfly.
5. S. laciniata.   Cut-flowered Catchfly.
6. S. regia.   Royal Catchfly.
7. S. chloraefolia.   Chlora-leaTed Catchfly
8. S. firnbriata.   Fringed Catehfly.
9. S. saxatilis.   Stone Catchfly.
PLATE XXVI.
1. Lychnis chalcedonica.   Scarlet Lychnis.
2. L. coronata.  Chinese Lychnis.
3. L.fulgens.  Fulgent Lychnis.
4. Agrostemma Bungeana. Bunge's Scarlet Campion.
5. A. coronaria.  Rose Campion.
6. Saponaria glutinosa.   Giutinous Soapwort.
7. Saponaria calabrica.   Calabrian Soapwort.
8. Gypsophylla prostrata.
PLATE XXVII.
1. Linum hypericifolium.   Clammy Flax.
2. L. monogynum.   One-styled Flax.
3. L. ascyrifolium.   Blue-and-white Fax.
4. L. sibiricum.   Siberian Flax.
5. L. flavum. Yellow Flax.
6. L. flavum Yellow Flax.
7. L. alpinum.   Alpine Flax.
8. L. narbonense.
PLATE XXVIII.
1. Althaea rosea.   Garden variety.
2. Malva Munroana.   Mr.Munro's Malva.
3. M. angustifolia.  Narrow-leaved Mallow.
PLATE XXIX.
1. Hibiscus moschatus.   Musk Hibiscus.
2. La vatera triloba.   Three-lobed Lavatera.
3. L. Thuringiaca.   Thuringian Lavatera.
4. Nuttalia digitata.  Finger-leaved Nuttalia.
5. N. papaver.   Poppy-like Nuttalia.
6. Sida maivaeflora.   Mallow-flowered Sida.
7. Cristaria coccinea.  Scarlet Cristaria.
PLATE XXX.
1. Geranium angulatum.   Angular-stalked Crane's-Bill
2. G. Wallichianum.   Dr. Wallich's Crane's-Bill.
3. G. argenteum.   Silver-leased Crane's-Bill.
4. G. ibericum.  Caucasian Geranium.
5. G. albiflorum.   White-flowered Crane's-Bill.
6. G. sanguineum.
7. Erodiam incarnatum.  Flesh-coloured Heron's-Bill.
8. E. Hymenodes.   Ternate-leaved Heron's-Bill.
PLATE XXXI.
1. Tropaeolum Moritzianum. Mr. Moritz's Tropaeolum
2. T. taberosum.  Tuberous Indian Cress.
3. T. brachyceras.  Short-horned Indian Cress.
4. T. tricoloram.  Three-coloured Indian Cress.
5. T. Jarrattii.   Mr. Jarratt's Tropaeolam.
6. T. pentaphyllum.   Five-leaved Indian Cress.
PLATE XXXII.
1. Oxalis Bowiei.   Mr. Bowie's Oxalis.
2. 0. crenata.   Scalloped Wood-Sorrell.
3. 0. floribunda.   Many-flowered Oxalis.
4. 0. variabilis.  Variable Oxalis.
PLATE XXXIII.
1. Dictamnus angnstifolia. Narrow-leaved Fraxinella
2. Aplophyllum suaveolens.  Sweet-scented Rue.
3. Melianthus major.  Larger Honey-flower.
PLATE XXXIV.
1. Rafnia triflora.   Three-flowered Rafuia.
2. Baptisia australis.
3.B.alba.  White Baptisia.  Southern Baptisia.
PLATE XXXV.
1. Oxytropis Lamberti   Laimbert's Moniitain Milk Vetch.
2. Hedysaruma roseum.     Rose-coloured   French Honeysuckle.
3. Galega persica.  Persian Goat's-Rue.
4. Coronilia iberica.  Iberian Coronilla.
5. Astragalus procumbens. Procumbent Milk Vetch
6. Dalea mutabilis.   Changeable-flowered Dalea.
PLATE XXXVI.
1. Lathyrus magellanicus.  Lord Anson's Pea.
2. L. grandiflorus.   Large-flowered Everlasting Pea
3. Platystylis cyanea.  Blue-flowered Platystylis.
4. Orobus hirsutus.   Hairy Bitter Vetch.
5. Lathyrus ellipticus.   Elliptie-leaved Everlasting Pea.
6. Orobus atro-purpureus. Dark-purple Bitter Vetch
7. 0. aurantius.   Orange-coloured Bitter Vetch.
8. Apios tuberosa.  Virginian Earth-Nut.
PLATE XXXVII.
1. Lupinus macrophyllus.  Large-leaved Lupine.
2. L. canaliculatus.  Channel-leaved Lupine.
3. L. arboreus  Tree Lupine.
4. L. Nootkatensis.  Nootka-Sound Lupine.
5. L. versicolor.  Parti-coloured Lupine.
6. L. aridus.   Arid Lupine.
PLATE XXXVIII.
1. Potentilla Hopwoodiana. Hopwood's Potentilla
2. P. atro-sanguineiim.  Dark-red Potentilla.
3. Geum coccineum.   Scarlet-flowered Geum.
4. Sieversia Potentilla.  Mountain Sieversia.
PLATE XXXIX.
1. Cenothera macrocarpa.    Large-fruited Evening Primrose.
2. CE. taraxacifolia.    Dandelion-leaved  Evening Primrose.
3. CE. Glauca.   Glaucous-leaved Evening Primrose.
4. CE. pallida.  Pale-flowered Evening Primrose.
5. CE. bipons.   Heart-leaved Evening Primrose.
PLATE XL.
1. Claytonia caroliniaua.   Carolinian Claytonia.
2. C. virginica.  Virginian Claytonia.
3. Sedum semper-vivoides.   Houseleek-like Stonecrop.
4. S. ternatum.  Ternate-leaved Stonecrop.
5. S. caeruleum.  Bine-flowered Stonecrop.
PLATE XLI.  
1. Saxifraga crassifolia.   Thick-leaved Saxifrage.
2. S. ligulata.  Nepaul Saxifrage.
3. S. appositifolia.
4. S. stellaris.
PLATE XLII.
1. Scabiosa Caucasia.   Caucasian Scabious.
2. S. atropurpurea.   Common Sweet Scabious.
3. S. graminifolia.  Grass-leaved Scabious.
4. Valeriana rubra.  
5. V. sibirica.   Siberian Valerian.
6. Crucianella stilosa.  Long-styled Crosswort.
PLATE XLIII.
1. Aster Amellus.   Italian Michaelmas Daisy.
2. A. Alpinus.   Alpine Aster.
3. Erigeron glabellum.  Smooth-leaved Fleabane.
4. Stenactis speciosa.   Showy Fleabane.
5. Leptostelma maxima.   Great Mexican Daisy.
6. Diplopappus incarnus.   Hoary Califomian Aster.
7. Beilium Bellinoides.   Common Lesser Daisy.
PLATE XLIV. 
1. Telekia speciosa.  Showy Telekia.
2. Inula glandulosa.  Glandulons Elecampane.
3. Silphium trifoliatum.  Trifoliate Silphium.
4. Ratibida columnaris.
5. Rudbeckia pinnata.   Pinnated Rudbeckia.
6. R.triloba.   Three-lobed Rudbeckia.
7. Chrysostemma tripteris.  Tripartite-leaved Golden Crown.
PLATE XLV.            
1. Eclinacea purpurea.   Common Purple Rudbeckia.
2. E. heterophylla.  Various-leaved Echinacea.
3. E. Dicksonii.   Dickson's Echinacea.
4. E. serotina.   Late-flowering Purple Rudbeckia.
PLATE XLVI. 
1. Dahlia superflua.  The Variable Dahlia.
2. The Sir Robert Peel.
3. Harris' Inimitable.
4. Levic's Incomparable.
PLATE XLVII.         
1. Dahlia Crocata.   The Saffron-coloured Dahlia.
2. D. coccinea.   The Scarlet Dahlia.
3. D.excelsa.  The tall Dahlia.
4. D. glabrata.  The Smooth Dwarf Dahlia.
5. D. scapigera.  The White-flowered Dwarf Dahlia.
PLATE XLVII
1. Coreopsis aurea.   The Golden Coreopsis.
2. C. grandiflora.  The Large-flowered Coreopsis.
3. C. lanceolata.  The Lanceolate-leaved Coreopsis.
4. .C. sernfolia.   The Six-leaved Coreopsis.
5. C. verticillata.  The Whorl-leaved Coreopsis.
6. Heliopsis laevis.  The Smooth-leaved Heliopsis.
PLATE XLIX.  
1. Helianthns pubescens.   The Downy Sunflower.
2. H. decapetalus.  The Ten-petaled Sunflower.
3. H. speciosus.   The Showy Sunflower.
PLATE L.   
1. Achillea milfolium.   The Pink-flowered common Milfoil, or Yarrow.
2. A. tomentosa.   The Yellow Milfoil, or Golden Yarrow.
3. A. Clavenae.  Clavena's Silvery-leaved Milfoil.
4. Marshallia caespitosa.  The Tufted Marshallia.
PLATE LI.      
1. Tagetes florida.   The Bright-flowering Tagetes.
2. T. corymbosa.   The Corymb-flowered Tagetes.
3. Eriophyllumesespitosum. The Tufted Eriophylinca.
PLATE Lll.
1. Gaillardia bicolor.   The Two-coloured Gaillardia.
2. G. aristata.   The Bristly Gaillardia.
3. Pyrethnimnliginosum.  The Large Marsh Ox Eye.
4. P. carneum.   The Scarlet Chrysanthemum.
5. Anthemis Pyrethrum.   The Pellitory of Spain.
PLATE Llll.
CHRYSANTHEMUM INDICUM.
1. The Early Crimson.
2. The Quilled Orange.
3. The Quilled White.
PLATE LIV.   
1. Cineraria speciosa.   The Showy Cineraria.
2. C. aurantiaca.   The Orange-coloured Cineraria.
3. Senecio speciosus.   The Showy Senecio.
4. Doronicum caiicasicum.  The Caucasian Leopard's Bane.
5. Arnica montana.   The Mointain Arnica.
PLATE LV.   
I. Arctotis tricolor.  The Three-colonred Arctotis.
2, Arctotis maculata.   The Spotted Arctotis.
S, Aretotis speciosa.   The Showy Aretotis.
4. Grindelia  angnstifolia.     The  Narrow - leaved Grindelia.
PLATE LVI.      
1. Gazania pavonia.   The Peacock Gazania.
2. G. rigens.   The Stiff-leaved Gazania.
3. G. uniflora.   The Golden-flowered Gazania.
PLATE LVII.
1. Centaurea montana.   The Mountain Centanry.
2. C. rhapontica.   The Swiss Centaury.
3. C. ochroleuca.  The Cream-coloured Centairy.
4. C. balsamita.   The Balsam-scented Centaury.
PLATE LVIII.
1. Erythrolaena  conspicua.    The Showy  Mexican Scarlet Thistle.
2. Onopordum  arabicum.     The  Arabian  Cotton Thistle.
3. Carthamus  caeruleus.    The  Blue-flowered  Carthamus.
PLATE LIX.
1. Scorzonera purpurea.   The Purple Viper-grass.
2. Lactuca Perennis.   The Perennial Lettuce.
3. Catananche caerulea.   The Blue Catananche.
4. Chaetanchera serrata.   The Serrated-leaved Chaeanthera.
5. Prenanthes alba.   The White Prenanthes.
PLATE LX.         
1. Jasione perennis.   The Perennial Sheep Scabious.
2. Michauxia Campanuloides.   The Campanula-like Michanxia, or Lyrate-leaved Campanula.
3. Phyteuma  scorzonerifolium.    The  Scorzoneraleaved Rampion.
4. Petromarula  pinnata.    The  Winged  Candiot Rarnpion.
PLATE LXI. 
1. Adenophora   intermedia.      The   Intermediate Adenophora.
2. A. denticulata.   The Toothed Adenophora.
3. A. coronata.   The Crowned Adenophora.
4. A. suaveolens.  The Sweet-scented Adenophora.
5. Platycodon  grandiflora.    The  Large-flowered Platycodon.
6. Wahlenbergia gracilis.  The Slender Wahlenbergia.
7. Symphiandra pendula.  The Pendulous Symphiandra.
PLATE LXII.
1. Campannia  macrantha.    The  Large-Flowered Campanula.
2. C. lactiflora.  The Milk-flowered Campanula.
3. C. Speciosa.   The Showy Bell-flower.
4. C. pulla.   The Dark-coloured Campanila.
5. C. collina.   The Hill Campanula.
6. C. ucranica.   The Ukraine Campanula.
PLATE LXIII
1. Campanula medium.   The Canterbury Bell.
2. C. alpina.   The Alpine Bell-flower.
3. C. macrophylla.   The Large-leaved Campanula.
4. C. barbata.  The Bearded Campanula.
5. C. Sarmatica.   The Polish Bell-flower.
6. C. punctata.   The Spotted Campanula.
PLATE LXIV.
1. Campanula peregrina.  The Wandering Bell-flower.
2. C. persicifolia var. maxima.   The Large-flowered Peach-leaved Campanula.
3. C. Carpatica.  The Carpathian Bell-flower.
4. C. Portenschlagiana.   The Dalmatian,  or Wall Campanula.
5. C. garganica.   The Garganian Bell-flower.
6.  C. fragilis.   The Brittle Campanula.
PLATE LXV.
1. Lobelia fulgens.   The refulgent Lobelia.
2. L. speciosa.   The Showy Lobelia.
3. L. colorata.  The Coloured, or Red-leaved Lobelia,
4. JJ. piuberula. The Downy Lobelia.
PLATE LXVI. 
1. Lobelia Tupia.   The Common Tupa.
2. L. Bridgesii.   Mr. Bridges' Tupa.
3. L. polyphylla.   The Many-leaved Tupa.
4. L. Syphilatica.  The Blue American Lobelia.
PLATE LXVII.    
1. Lobelia heterophylla.  The Various-leaved Lobelia.
2. L. caerulea.   The Azure-blue Lobelia.
3. L. coronopifolia.  The Buck's-horn-leaved Lobelia.
4. L. Kalmii.   Kalm's Lobelia.
5. L. erinus.  The Ascending Lobelia.
6. L. Campanuloides.   The Campanula-like Lobelia.
7. L. lutea.   The Yellow Lobelia.
8. L. urndentata.  The Single-toothed Lobelia.
PLATE LXVIII
1. Pyrola umbellata.  The Umbellated Winter-Green
2. Vinca herbacea.   The Herbaceous Periwinkle.
3. Gonolobrns hirsntus.  The Hairy Gonolobus.
4. Amsonia latifola.  The Broad-leaved Amsonia.
5. Apocynum androsaemifoliirn.   The Tutsan-leaved Dog's-bane.
PLATE. LXIX.
1. Asclepias tuberosa.  The Tuberous-rooted Swallow-wort.
2. A. incanata.   The Rose-coloured Swallow-wort or Water Silk-weed.
3. A. decumbens.  The Decumbent Swallow-wort
PLATE LXX.
1.  Gentiana crinita.   The Jagged-flowered Gentian
2.  G. ciliate.   The fringe-flowered Gentian.
3.  G. Caucasica.   The Caucasian Gentian.
4. G. verna.   The spring Gentian.
5. G. acaulis.   The  Stemless  Gentian,  or Common Gentiaiiella.
PLATE LXXI.
1. Gentiana   Saponaria.     The   Soapwort-like, or Barrel-flowered Gentian.
2. G. adscendens.   The Ascending,  or Porcelain flowered Gentian.
3. G. firnbriata.   The Fringe-flowered Gentianella
1. Phlox Coldryana.   Mr. Coldry's Phlox.
2. P. odorata.  The Sweet-scented Phlox.
3. P. canadensis.  The Blue Canadian Phlox.
4. Van Houtte's Phlox.
PLATE LXXIII.    
1. Phlox stolonifera.   The Creeping Phlox.
2. P. procambens.   The Procumbent Phlox.
3. P. setacea.  The Bristle-leaved Phlox.
4. P. subulata.  The Awl-leaved Phlox.
6. P. nivalis.   The Snow-white Phlox.
PLATE LXXIV.  
1. Convolvulns sepinm Americanus.   The American Convolvulus
2. C. reniformis.  The Kidney-leaved Convolvulus
3. C. Blyoniaefolius. The  Bryony-leaved Convolvulus
4. Ipomaea pandurata.  The Potatoe Vine.
5. I.sagittifolia.   The Sagittate-leaved lpomaea.
PLATE LXXV.     
1. Verbascam formosum.   The Handsome Verbascum.
2. V. phoeniceum.   The Purple Verbascum.
3. V. cupreum.  The Copper-coloured Mullein.
4. Celsia sublanata.  The Woolly Celsia.
5. Ramondia Myconi. ThePyrenean Ramondia.
PLATE LXXVI.             :
1. Digitalis Canariensis.   The  Canary Island Foxglove.
2. D. ambigua.   The Ambiguous,  or Large Yellow Foxglove.
3. D. purpurea  var.  superba.    The  Purple,  or Common Foxglove.
4. D. laciniata.   The Cut-leaved Foxglove.
5. D. lutea.   The Yellow Foxglove.
PLATE LXXVII.
1. Mimulus Maclayana.
2. M. cardinalis.   The Bright Scarlet Mimiilus.
3. M. Smithii.  Mr. Smith's Mimulns.
4. M. Luteus.  The Yellow-flowered Mimulus.
5. M. roseus.   The Rose-coloured Mimnlus.
PLATE LXXVIII.
1. Antirrhinum majus var. quadricolor.   The Four-coloured Flowered Snap-dragon.
2. A. majus var. Caryophylloides.  The Carnation-flowered Snap-dragon
3. A. Asarina.  The Asarina, or Heart-leaved Snapdragon.
PLATE LXXIX.
1. Pentstemon speciosum.   The Showy Pentstemon.
2. P. triphyllnm.  The Three-leaved Pentstemon.
3. P. Scouleri.   Dr. Seouler's Pentstemon.
4. P. pruinosnm.   The Broom-leaved Pentstemon.
PLATE LXXX.
1. Pentstemon gentianoides  var.  splendens.    The Gentian-like Pentstemon.
2. P. gracile.  The Slender Pentstemon.
3. P. laevigatum.   The Smooth Pentstemon.
4. P. Campanulatum. The Bell-flowered Pentstemon.
PLATE LXXXI.
1. Pentstemon  Murrayanus.    Mr.  Murray's  Pentstemon.
2. P. argutus.  The Cut-leaved Pentstemon.
3. P. cobsea.   The Cobaea-like Pentstemon.
PLATE LXXXII.
1. Pentstemon  digitalis.   The  Foxglove-like Pentstemon.
2. P. angnstifolius.   The rose-flowered Pentstemon.
3. P. venustum.   The Graceful Pentstemon.
4. P. heterophyllum.    The Variable-leaved Pentstemon.
5. Chelone barbata.   The Bearded Chelone.
6. C. Lyoni.   Mr. Lyon's Chelone.
PLATE LXXXIII.
I. Salvia fulgens.   The Brilliant-flowered Sage.
2. S. patens.  The Spreading Sage.
3. S. Grabami.   Mr. Graham's Sage.
4. S. angustifolia.   The Narrow-leaved Sage.
PLATE LXXXIV.  
1. Dracocephalum Sibiricum.   The Siberian Dracocephalum
2. D. altaiense.  The Large-flowered Dracocephalum.
3. Scutellaria alpina.  The Alpine Scutellaria.
4. Monarda  Russelliana.  The  Dotted-flowered Monarda.
PLATE LXXXV.
1. Verbena Melindres.   The Scarlet Buenos Ayres Verbena.
2. V. teucroides.  The Germander-lite Verbena.
3. V. caerulescens.   The Bluish Verbena.
4. V. Tweediana.  Mr. Tweedie's Verbena.
PLATE LXXXVI. 
1. Dodecatheon  Meadia.    Dr. .Mead's  American Cowslip.
2. Cyclamen   repandum.     The   Angular-leaved Cyclamen.
3. C. Vernum.   The Spring Cyclamen.
4. C. persicum.  The Persian Cyclamen.
5,  Soldanella moutana.   The Mountain Soldanella.
PLATE LXXXVII.
1. Primula praenitens.   The Chinese Primrose.
2. P. amoena.   The Purple Caicasian Primrose.
3. P. Sibirica.   The Siberian Primrose.
4. P. ciliata.   The Fringed Auricula.
PLATE LXXXVIII.
1. Primula   elatior   var.  polyanthus,   (Burnard's Formosa.)
2. P. Auricula.    The Auricula (the Conqueror of Europe.)
3. P. vulgaris.   The Common Primrose (four double varieties.)
PLATE LXXXIX.
1. Iris susiana.   The Chalcedonian Iris.
2. I. florentina.   The Florentine Iris.
3. I. Nepalensis.   The Nepal Iris.
4. I. tridentata.  The Three-toothed Iris.
5. I. verna. The Spring Iris.
PLATE XC.             
1. Tradescantia virginica.   The Common Spiderwort.
2. Commelina caelestis.  The Sky-blue Commelina.
3. Funkia fulva.   The copper-coloured Day Lily.
4. Sisyrinchium grandiflorum.   The Large-flowered Sisyrinchium.

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