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A Catalogue of Plants, Growing Spontaneously Within Thirty Miles of the City ...
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Americana April April–May arvensis Aug.—Oct Aug.—Sept barrens of New-Jersey Bloomingdale woods blue bog meadows boggy Borders of fields Borders of salt Borders of woods Canadensis Caroliniana cedar swamp creeks cultivated grounds ditches dry woods Eddy fields and woods Fishkill foliis glabra Gram greenish greenish-white Greenwich Hoboken island of New-York Jersey July July–Aug July–Oct July–Sept June June–July June–Oct June–Sept June—Aug Limk Long-Island Low wet Manhattanville May–July May–June moist shady places MONOGYNIA Muhl Nutt Nymphaea lutea old fields overflowed pale palustris Panicle Pennsylvanica Pers pine barrens Plandome ponds pubescens purple road sides rocks rocky hills Rocky shady rocky woods salt marshes sandy fields Scirpus Sept Shady rocky sides of hills similar situations Spreng stagnant waters swamp at New-Durham swamp at Weehawk trunks of trees Virginiana Virginica Virginicum Walt wet meadows wet woods Willd Woods and copses yellow Ziziphora
Página 1 - Webster, at their book-store in the White House,, corner of State and Pearl Streets.
Página 6 - ... were doing, and as Kuznetsov must have suspected them of doing) during the short and direct walk which took him to King George's Park. The particular section of the park he sought was not the one prudent men would have chosen. Originally the park was a strip of open land alongside the river Wandle, about three quarters of a mile in length and between two and three hundred yards in breadth, which was continuous grassland, though cut into sections by two roads and several fenced and asphalted footpaths....
Página 5 - York has been pretty well explored, particularly the woods from Manhattanville to Bloomingdale, the banks of the Hudson, and the low grounds near Greenwich.