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THE PLANTS 

THE FIRST FIFTY- THREE VOLUMES 

C OR OLD SERIES COMPLETE ) 

BOTANICAL MAGAZINE; 

To which are added, 

A FEW INTERESTING MEMOIRS OF THE AUTHOR, 
MR. W. CURTIS : 



By SAMUEL CURTIS, F. L. S. 



LONDON : 
OR THE^PROPRrETOR,' SAMUEL CURTIS, 



PREFACE. 



Fifty-three Volumes of the Botanical M^ 
having appeared, the necessity of new General In- 
dexes is, we helieve, universally felt by the Subscrib- 
ers ; none having been published, except that which 
was given at the end of the Twentieth, and another 
full and very valuable one, at the end of the Forty- 
second volume ; and which was prepared under the 
direction of its late excellent Editor, Dr. Sims. The 
difficulty of forming that series of Indexes was ac- 
knowledged ; and it may well be supposed, that the 
Work having increased to so much greater a length, 
and the advanced state of the Science having occa- 
sioned a prodigious change of names, the difficulty 
now, of constituting Indexes to the whole Work is 
proportionably increased; so as to render it scarcely 
possible to compile such, as shall be simple, for the 
purposes of reference, and, at the same time, useful, 
for its synonymy. In the present instance, we have 
found it necessary to differ from the arrangement of 
the Indexes to the earlier volumes, just alluded to, 
and we trust we have thereby rendered them even 
more intelligible. 

From our own experience, we have found, that 
the enumeration of plants, in the order of the time of 
publication, is not attended with that degree of utility 
commensurate with the labor of the work, and the 
space it would occupy ; and we have considered, that 
the Index of English Names required the number of 
each plate to be attached to it. 

It has been an object with us to render the Indexes 
strictly applicable to the Work itself, and referable to 



the names which they bear in it ; or to those which 
may have been given to the plants in the best known 
and most standard Botanical publications of the day. 
The arrangement, then, is as follows : we have given, 

I. An English Alphabetical Index ; 

II. A Latin Alphabetical Index ; and 

III. A Systematic Index, following the order 

of Sprengel, in the latest edition of 
Linnjeus's Systema Vegetabilium. 

The two first will be of essential consequence to 
those who have had their sets bound up according to 
the order of publication; the latter will be useful to 
those, who may wish to bind their sets systematically; 
or who may wish to see an arranged catalogue of the 
Genera and Species contained in the Work. 

As many years may intervene, before it will be 
necessary to publish another General Index, We have 
added blank leaves at the end of this, for the conve- 
nience of those who wish to continue a Manuscript 
Index ; and although this Index is complete for the 
Old Series, consisting of the first Fifty-three Volumes 
of this Work, several years hence, it may be desirable 
to amalgamate the Old and New Series under one 
General Index ; we have, therefore, provided for such 
a contingency, by carrying the numbers on in nume- 
rical order beyond the Fifty-third Volume ; and those 
who possess the whole of the Work will number their 
next Volume Fifty-four, disregarding the distinction 
ot Old or New Series, which has been made princi- 
pally to mark a new epoch in the arrangement under 
a new Editor, and to give many an opportunity of 
commencing the Work convenientlv, who may not 
have the means of purchasing the former Series. 



E M O I R S 



LIFE AND WRITINGS 



MR. WILLI A 31 CURTIS. 



Several sketches of the life of the late Mr. William 
Curtis have appeared in different forms before the public 
eye ; but none has been attached to the Botanical Magazine, 
which was one of his principal Works. It was therefore 
thought desirable, that a short Memoir should be affixed 
to it, as affording matter of interest to the Subscribers, 
many of whom were the personal friends and acquaintance 
of the late author. 

It would be useless and unentertaining to enter largely 
into the early life of a person who had to struggle with the 
world in a profession he did not like, not only for his own 
maintenance, but to provide for sundry little expences his 
adopted fancy required, and which claimed every moment 
of his leisure, as well as time also borrowed from his pro- 
fessional duties. 

The subject of this Memoir was born at Alton, \\\ 
Hampshire, in 1746, and educated at a village called Holly- 
bourn, about two miles from that town (not at Burford), 
and at a suitable age was placed as an apprentice to his 
grandfather, in the same town, to learn the Arts and Myste- 
ries of the Medical Profession. After going through the 
routine of studies requisite to his commencing practice on 
his own account, he left his native town for London, carry- 
ing with him his favorite taste for Natural History in 
every branch, — a taste in unison with Medical research, if 



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the possessor is in sufficient affluence to indulge in so wide 
a field. Not so our friend, who was doomed to live by his 
profession ; which took up his time, whilst his thoughts were 
roving after Plants, Birds, Insects, &c. He was a short 
time an assistant to Mr. George Vaux, of Pudding Lane ; 
and afterwards with Mr. Thomas Talwin, of Gracechurch 
Street, a gentleman in an extensive practice, whose busi- 
ness he afterwards purchased; and from necessity, rather 
than choice, kept up a practice, which, in all probability, 
would have proved more lucrative than his after pursuits 
did, had it been congenial to his mind; but he was so 
much occupied in his favourite studies of Nature, that he 
would have lessened his professional practice had he not 
taken a partner into it : thus setting himself more at 
liberty to pursue his inclinations, at the expence of sacri- 
ficing half its emoluments. 

The partner selected for keeping together their Medi- 
cal practice (Mr. Wavell) was also of the same turn of 
mind, although less ardent than Mr. Curtis. They were 
engaged in the same pursuits at all leisure opportunities ; 
and one of their herbarizing excursions on Clapham Com- 
mon, brought about an interview betwixt Mr. Wavell 
and some rich relation of his at Richmond, which shortly 
ended in marriage with a Miss Smith, a visitor there. From 
Mr. Wavell's good fortune, and the desire of Mr. Curtis to 
leave the profession altogether, and follow his adopted 
fancy, he sold the whole of his practice in Gracechurch 
Street to Mr. Wavell ; and taking a piece of ground, in 
the Grange Road, Bermondsey, first commenced the cul- 
tivation of plants, towards the formation of a regular 
Botanic Garden. Whether Mr. Curtis continued long with 
Mr. Wavell afterwards is uncertain ; but it is probable, a 
close intimacy was kept up betwixt them, until they both 
left the City altogether : Mr. Wavell for Edinborough, 
where he took out his diploma, afterwards establishing 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. gjj 

himself as a physician at Barnstaple ; and Mr. Curtis for 
the entire pursuit of the Natural History of his own country. 
It is certain, that up to the death of Mr. Curtis they kept 
up a friendly correspondence. [Mr. Wavell disposed of 
the old established Medical business in Gracechurch Street, 
to Mr. Cleaveland, who afterwards moved to the corner 
of Dowgate Hill and Cloak Lane, where he died.] 

Thus unfettered, as to his pursuits, Mr. Curtis was left 
to the bias of his own mind ; and had his pecuniary con- 
cerns been flourishing, he would have earlier began the 
development of those plans, which had budded, and were 
ready to shoot forth ; but which were not only retarded, but 
almost stifled for want of means to bring them forth. At 
this momentous period of Mr. Curtis's life, when he was 
anxiously enquiring into every branch of Natural History, 
being of an excellent temper, and a warm heart, he court- 
ed and was courted by almost every one of congenial 
habits about the metropolis, who had a turn for the same 
pursuits of life. He collected and studied all the useful 
works which had been written on the subject ; was in 
constant communication with almost every scientific person 
throughout the country, and most of the distinguished 
foreign Naturalists of his time : thus gleaning from all, 
and not only storing his own memory, which was very 
retentive, with the most useful knowledge of his subject, 
but committing, in methodical order, every thing that 
could be of lasting use to himself and the science to 
paper. His facility of writing a short -hand freely, rendered 
this an easy task. 

We would at this period, from 1770 to 1780, draw the 
attention of the scientific student to the materials then in 
the power of Mr. Curtis to call in to his aid. Scarcely a well 
approved list of names existed; and the whole mass of in- 
formation was so unorganized, that in the present times it 
would not easily be believed. With the exception of the la- 
a2 



bours of Ray, Hudson, Sir John Hill, and Miller, the know- 
ledgeof plants and their useswas but little better understood 
than in the times of the writers of the old Herbals. From 
this chaotic mass order was to be brought forth, by strictly 
examining every plant then known ; observing all that had 
previously been written on it ; and by the most scrutinizing 
observation of its habit, uses, and favourite places of growth, 
to draw forth the probable conjectures of how far each 
plant might be made more useful to man under proper 
culture. Here was the field laid open ; and although an 
undertaking scarcely within the compass of a long life to 
accomplish, it was arently entered on, and pursued with 
zeal during the remainder of his life. 

His discernment into the hitherto hidden parts of 
nature was soon appreciated by his friends and acquaint- 
ances. His friend Mr. Hudson, the well-known author of 
the Flora Anglica, gave up his appointment in the Apothe- 
caries' Company, and, in 1772, Mr. Curtis was elected to 
the vacant office of Demonstrator of Plants and Prafectus 
Horti of that Company, an office more honourable than 
lucrative. His ardour in accepting this appointment was 
for the advancement of the scientific knowledge of plants; 
and he proposed to give Lectures on this branch of his 
profession (Medical Botany) before the members and stu- 
dents in medicine, at the hall of the Company, which pro- 
posal was accepted by the Committee at that time; but 
what, prevented its being carried into effect does not 
appear. He continued in this office until 1777, when he 
resigned it for want of time to attend to the duties of it 
and was succeeded by his friend Mr. Thomas Wheeler. 

His zeal for the advancement of Botany was too ardent 
to be restrained by the want of proper artists to enter into 
his views of the subject ; and one of his first productions 
was a Key to the Linnaean System, which he drew and 
etched himself [This incident must have given him the 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. j x 

credit of being a draftsman and engraver with Dr. 
Thornton, who wrote a sketch of the life and writings of 
Mr. Curtis, to accompany the three volumes of Mr. Curtis's 
Lectures.]; but although his eye was as correct as any one's, 
in discovering the slightest error in the drawings of others, 
he never could draw well himself. Mr. Curtis about this 
time, also, published a valuable little tract on the Classes 
and Orders of Linnaeus, with two plates, coloured, 
illustrating the subject most clearly. This he dedicated to 
his friend John Gideon Loton, Esq., and it had a very con- 
siderable sale. Several of his smaller works, such as the 
Fundamenta Entomologiae ; Plates, &c. to illustrate the 
Materia Medica ; a work on Ornithology ; a history of the 
Brown-tailed Moth ; and several others, were never pursued 
to a sufficient extent to deserve particular notice at this 
time ; but in them was laid the foundation of several 
excellent after publications, on the same subjects; such as 
Dr. Woodvill's Medical Botany, &c. 

Mr. Curtis was unusually correct and critical in every 
subject on Natural History which came under his notice. 
But, as notes and descriptions are not complete in describing 
plants of very near affinity to each other without drawings, 
Mr. Curtis early felt the want of a correct artist, under his 
own guidance, to set forth the nicer distinctions ; and, for 
this purpose, he became acquainted with an artist of the 
name of Kilburn, who lived in the neighbourhood of his 
garden, in the Grange Road. This artist made many ex- 
cellent drawings of plants, under the immediate inspection 
of Mr. Curtis, some of which bear his name on the early 
numbers of the Flora Londinensis ; but the excellence of 
his drawings attracted the notice of some of the principal 
calico printers of that day, who enticed him, for better pay, 
from Mr. Curtis; and he afterwards became eminent in 
that business, at Beddington Corner, near Croydon, where 
he died in comparative affluence. 



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It does not appear in any of Mr. Curtis's papers, at 
this early period of his researches., that he constantly em- 
ployed any one artist ; but as cases occurred, requiring 
faithful representations, he sought and became acquainted 
with those who had good taste in drawing from nature. 
Mr. Milton, the celebrated engraver (a descendant of the 
eminent poet), assisted Mr. Curtis at this time ; although 
his after avocations rendered his time of too much import- 
ance to be long retained in this inferior branch of his art. 
But it is most likely, from Mr. Curtis's finances, and the 
constant occasion he had for a person who could readily 
delineate on paper the nicer distinctions in plants, that he 
found it requisite to bring up in his own habits, an artist of 
his own selection. Mr. Sansom was at first intended to have 
supplied this place ; but his skill was more confined to en- 
graving, than drawing from nature. Several of the early 
plates of the Flora Londinensis and Botanical Magazine, 
however, bear his name as draftsman and engraver ; and 
he continued to engrave the whole of the plates of the 
latter work until he became blind, several years subse- 
quent to the death of Mr. Curtis ; after which calamity, his 
son executed them for the remainder of both his father's 
and his own life. But the artist of most use to Mr. Curtis 
was Mr. Sydenham Taste Edwards, who was introduced 
to him for the purpose of his patronage, by a Mr. Den- 
man; who (if we are not mistaken,) was, at the time, 
town-clerk of Southampton ; and Mr. Denman being of a 
scientific turn of mind, and happening to be at Aberga- 
venny, noticed young Edwards, whose father was a school- 
master, and the organist there. Young Edwards, whilst a 
boy, had copied some of the plates of the Flora Londi- 
nensis, which were shewn to Mr. Curtis; who was so 
pleased with the performance of them, that he sent for him 
to London, and had him instructed in drawing, &c. ; in 
which he improved very rapidly, and soon became able to 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. x j 

draw and etch the plates of the Flora Londinensis and 
the Botanical Magazine. The drawings of the Magazine 
were entirely his own for many years, and were executed 
with a correctness not before known in periodical publica- 
tions. It was not to plants alone that Mr. Curtis had 
directed the genius of Edwards ; he attended him on most 
of his excursions into the country, in search of Natural 
History; and whenever any curious bird was shot, any 
curious insect taken, or any natural object of curiosity pre- 
sented itself, it was his business to make a correct draw- 
ing of it ; to which Mr. Curtis attached a most minute 
description; which was often so intermixed with short-hand, 
for brevity sake, as to be unintelligible to most persons but 
himself; more especially as many of his characters were 
his own. In this manner many years were spent; and 
Edwards was the companion, rather than the servant of his 
patron up to the death of Mr. Curtis ; at which time, ma- 
terials, on subjects connected with Natural History, had 
accumulated to a very great extent ; but which were doomed 
to a state of uselessness by this much to be regretted event. 
After the death of Mr. Curtis, Edwards continued for years 
to draw entirely for the Botanical Magazine ; which taking 
up but a small portion of his time, he was noticed and 
employed by many persons of distinction, who were either 
fond of science, or lovers of correct and highly finished 
drawings of plants or animals. He published a work on 
dogs, in large quarto, on his own account ; and it would 
have been more in unison with common gratitude ; and 
more to his own peace of mind, in his last illness, if he had 
not been persuaded to begin a work in direct opposition 
to the Botanical Magazine ; by which he had risen, and 
which work, after his patron was dead, was the support of 
his widow, daughter, and grandchildren. Besides, there 
was no necessity for such a work, as the public were well 
satisfied with the Magazine, in every respect, without 



xii MEMOIRS OF THE 

burthening science with another exactly the same except 
the title; which Mr. Gawler and Mr. Edwards to distinguish 
it from " Magazine" called " Register/' and charged it a 
higher price. The principal merit of the Botanical 
Register, and for which it was in the beginning patronized, 
has many years ceased to exist ; and Mr. Edwards left an 
opposition to the Magazine without the means of con- 
tinuing its merits. Prior to Mr. Edwards being able to 
draw for the Flora and Botanical Magazine, Mr. Curtis was 
in the habit of employing, not only as a colourer, but 
afterwards as a draftsman and engraver, the late Mr. 
James Sowerby, whose name appears on many of the 
plates in each work. This artist, in conjunction with 
Doctor (now Sir James Edward) Smith, brought out the 
octavo work called English Botany, in opposition to Mr. 
Curtis's Flora Londinensis. This unexpected opposition, 
from supposed friends, cost Mr. Curtis much uneasiness. 
But the two works, when compared together, for execution 
and price, will, as Dr. Thornton observes, ec leave the first 
work of Mr. Curtis to shine with undiminished splendour." 
Although this may seem a long digression from our 
object in this memoir, it seemed of sufficient importance to 
explain the trouble and difficulties Mr. Curtis had to con- 
tend with in his early career, to produce those parents of 
most of our esteemed modern coloured works on the same 
subjects ; and as reasons for the slow progress they made, 
particularly the Flora Londinensis. The ground was new 
and unexplored ; and the patrons, although ardent, were too 
few to support a work of its price, although published so 
low. Had Mr. Curtis increased the price of the work at its 
commencement, it would most likely have paid him very 
well, as few short of the same number would have been sold; 
w hereas it was published so near its actual cost, as, with the 
outlay upon the stock remaining on hand, involved the au- 
thor in difficulties, which his best friends were sorry to see. 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. x jjj 

But, although it is difficult to find a friend in need, yet such 
a one stepped forward at this juncture in Dr. Lettsome, the 
well-known patron and encourager of all scientific pursuits, 
who had long been a friend and pupil of Mr. Curtis's ; he 
generously offered to lend him five hundred pounds, with 
which assistance, the work moved on regularly for a time. 
But as Mr. Curtis had kept up the work out of the profits 
of his other concerns, he had rendered himself poor ; and 
on the completion of the sixth fasciculus, making in all 
seventy-two numbers, he closed the work ; partly from its 
being too great an outlay to conduct ; and because his 
health began to decline. (This work, although since con- 
tinued at so great an advance in price, has gone on very 
irregularly, and not been very productive.) 

Although Mr. Curtis's proposal for reading Lectures 
on Botany to Medical Students, at the Hall of the Apothe- 
caries Company, was approved by the Committee, but not 
carried into effect, he wrote a Course of Lectures, which he 
read to a numerous body of Medical Students, as well as 
persons interested in vegetable economy. 

The manuscript of these Lectures, with the drawings 
to illustrate them, Mr. Curtis gave to his daughter ; which 
coming into the possession of Mr. Samuel Curtis (her hus- 
band) he published them, in three volumes octavo, to match 
the Botanical Magazine in size, which sold very well ; but, 
it is feared, the spirit of them, as delivered by the author, 
was much wanting, as a great deal of his short hand, with 
which they were frequently interlined, could not be made 
out. In these Lectures he was well attended, as well as in 
his herbarizing excursions to a few miles round the environs 
of London ; and, at the same time, establishing his Botanic 
Garden at Lambeth Marsh, he seems to have been almost 
the first regular teacher of Botany that we have heard of. 

Mr. Curtis now further developed his plan for dissemi- 
nating Botanical knowledge. Having made himself more 



xiv MEMOIRS OF THE 

completely master of the subject than any other person, he 
commenced, by issuing the following proposals. 

" It must be allowed, that all human knowledge ought 
to be subservient to the good of society ; and in proportion 
as this is advanced by any science, so ought that science to 
be held in esteem. 

" Providence, in his unerring wisdom, having allotted 
to mankind different capacities, and implanted in them pro- 
pensities to particular pursuits, so that what is matter of the 
greatest satisfaction to one, shall be perfectly insipid to 
another ; it is no wonder that they should differ so widely 
in the apprehended utility of their respective employments; 
each, from a principal predominant in the human mind, 
being willing to think his own of the greatest importance. 
And so strongly is this idea impressed on the minds of 
some, as to betray them into narrowness of thinking, incon- 
sistent with that liberality of sentiment, which would excite 
a wish for the universal increase of science, when connected, 
even in the remotest degree, with the interests of mankind. 
Without derogating, then, in the least from the utility of 
other arts, I shall, in a few words, endeavour to point out 
the advantages of Botany ; a science which this design is 
particularly intended to promote. 

" Among all the studies which engage mankind, few 
are attended with circumstances equally pleasing in their 
pursuit ; few can boast that infinite variety of objects, which 
are perpetually engaging our attention, and inviting us to 
partake of pleasures equally rational and innocent. 

" It is a science, which has been cultivated by the 
wisest of mankind ; and particularly, by the most distin- 
guished professors of the Medical art. Here, as philoso- 
phers, we may admire and contemplate the wonderful works 
of an Almighty Being. What an infinite display of wisdom 
is observable in the different modes of the growth and 
propagation of plants ! What care is taken in perpetuating 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. xv 

the succession of each species ! How admirably are they 
adapted to grow in every different soil and situation, so as 
to leave no part of the globe, not even rocks and stones, 
uncovered ! With what regular order, and in what con- 
stant succession do they flower and produce their seeds ! 
In short, a person of an inquisitive or contemplative turn, 
will find in plants, an endless source of innocent delight. 
Another world, as it were, opens to his view ; he beholds 
the face of nature through a new medium of vision ; and 
has the superior pleasure of being able to read in that 
book, which, to the generality of mankind, is a mere blank. 
The importance of this science, as a branch of Medical 
knowledge, is happily expressed, by the late ingenious Dr. 
Gregory, the ornament of his profession, and, I may add, 
of human nature. In his advice to the young physician, 
he thus delivers his sentiments on this head. c The Science 
of Botany is subservient to the practice of physic as far as 
it facilitates the knowledge of plants, by reducing them 
into the most commodious and perfect system ; and although 
it is not necessary to be particularly acquainted with the 
name and history of every plant, yet every one ought to be 
so well founded in the principles of Botany, as to be able to 
find its place in the system, and to describe it scientifically : 
and we ought to be particularly acquainted with every 
material circumstance relative to those plants which are 
used in medicine.' 

ec It is, however, to be much regretted, that this pur- 
suit is so little atteuded to by gentlemen of the faculty in 
this country : hence they are often obliged to depend upon 
the skill of the ignorant and illiterate, for many of their 
efficacious officinal plants, frequently at the expence of 
their own characters, and of all that is valuable to their 
patients. Although newly discovered chemical remedies 
and foreign drugs may have justly superseded many of our 
English plants, yet a great number are still retained in our 



xv i MEMOIRS OF THE 

Pharmacopeias, and many possess,, very poisonous quali- 
ties ; to be acquainted with these at least, is the duty of 
every one that takes on himself the important character of 
guardian of the health of mankind. 

cc But it is not to physic alone that Botany is subser- 
vient ; perhaps it is applied with as much advantage to 
Agriculture, which is still extremely defective. In this 
enlightened age, when arts and sciences are carried to a 
pitch unthought of in former times, we might expect a 
nation celebrated not less for its arts than its arms, would 
be the first to promote a science, whose improvements are 
the only solid check to the baneful and enervating effects 
of luxury and dissipation ; and, accordingly, we find many 
of our nobility, gentlemen of landed property, and public 
societies, fully aware of its importance, and endeavouring 
by premiums, and a variety of other means, to improve it. 
Much, however, still remains to be done; nor is it probable 
that their endeavours will be crowned with success, till 
Botany is more cultivated, and plants, particularly the 
Grasses, better understood. 

" How incapable most of our modern writers on 
agriculture are, of communicating their discoveries for 
want of botanic information, and how much the progress 
of this most useful science is thereby retarded, must be 
obvious to all those who have perused their writings with 
any degree of attention. 

" I am inclined to suppose, that this inattention of the 
faculty and others to Botany proceeds, in a great measure, 
from a want of opportunity to acquire it ; and that if the 
means were afforded, there would no longer be cause of 
complaint or censure. 

" To afford the means of obtaining this knowledge is 
the object of the present institution ; — an institution 
which has been attended with considerable expence, and 
cost the author much time and attention. Should he have 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. xv ii 

the pleasing satisfaction of seeing it become productive of 
national utility, that time he shall think usefully employed, 
and that attention most happily bestowed. 

" The more effectually to succeed in promoting the 
knowledge previously recommended as so essential to the 
interests of individuals and the community at large, he has 
selected from the boundless field of vegetable productions, 
certain classes of plants, universally acknowledged to be 
either the most useful, or the most necessary to be known ; 
by which means the student's attention is more immediately 
directed to the objects of his pursuit. These are the Me- 
dicinal, Culinary, Poisonous, Agricultural, and British 
plants ; all of which classes are kept in separate and dis- 
tinct quarters, expressed in the plan of the garden. To 
these are added two other quarters; the one containing 
such plants as are calculated to instruct the student in the 
principles of the Linneean system, being living examples 
of most of his classes and orders ; the other furnished with 
hardy, ornamental flowers and shrubs, chiefly exotic, and 
cultivated in the gardens of the curious. 

ec As the practical part of Botany, as well as of every 
other science, is the most useful, so it is presumed, the 
mode of communicating this knowledge is such as will 
meet with general approbation : this is effected by having 
the generic and trivial name of each plant, according to 
Linnasus, painted in a legible hand, and affixed to it ; and 
that none may lose the advantage of acquiring a know- 
ledge of plants from a non-acquaintance with Latin, the 
English names also are added, with a view, that Botany, 
in this familiar dress, might be instructive to those whom 
the bare mention of a long hard-sounding Latin name 
might tend to discourage. And the author is ready to 
flatter himself that many persons, who are naturally fond 
of plants and flowers, will be ready to encourage an under- 
taking of this kind ; by which, at the same time that they 



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indulge their particular taste, they may insensibly acquire 
knowledge. 

" It has been objected by a few, that a knowledge of 
plants thus easily acquired, is as easily forgotten; but this 
must certainly be more the fault of the students than the 
method ; as they may without molestation spend as much 
time as they please in investigating them, and becoming 
perfectly acquainted with their characters; and still farther 
to assist them in their studies, a library of those books most 
necessary for the students is open to their inspection." 

The above proposals being circulated, his Lectures 
and herbarizing excursions well attended, and his Botanic 
Garden established, the encouragement Mr. Curtis met with 
from very distinguished characters of that time was very 
flattering ; and it is still in the recollection of several of 
his pupils, how pleasant a maimer he had in explaining 
whatever could be useful or interesting to every one, whilst 
engaged in collecting specimens on these excursions. 

Amongst his greatest encouragers and pupils, he had 
to enumerate the family of the Earl of Bute, Sir Joseph 
Banks, the Hon. Daines Barrington, Dr. Fothergill, Dr. 
Lettsome, Dr. Goodenough, (late bishop of Carlisle) 
Thomas White, Esq., and many of the most celebrated 
enquirers into Natural History of his day. These, and 
many others who wished well to the science, or to encou- 
rage the teacher, became annual subscribers to the garden ; 
which was not only the support he had to depend on for 
himself, but the only means he had to establish so expensive 
a plan as a regular school for studying plants from nature, 
under a systematic arrangement of them ; and to form a col- 
lection of books for reference in the garden library, to be 
consulted at all times by the pupils and subscribers. 

At the same time a printed catalogue, with an en- 
graved plan of the garden, arranged into quarters, expres- 
sive of the different qualities of the plants they contained, 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. x i x 

such as, the Medical, the Culinary, the Agricultural, the 
Poisonous, the British, &c, was given to each subscriber; 
which catalogue contained very appropriate remarks on 
each head, to direct, and stimulate the student to improve- 
ment. We shall, in this place, transcribe his preface to 
the quarter containing' British Plants ; and that, because it 
shews, in his own words, how slender were the means to 
accomplish so great an undertaking at that time. 

On the fifth, " British Plants," is given the following 
admirable preface. " To the distinguished abilities, unwea- 
ried assiduity, and communicative disposition of Mr. Ray,as- 
sitsed by many of his contemporaries, we are indebted for the 
first British Flora, which could in anywise be considered as 
complete; such was his ' Synopsis Stirpium Britannicarum,' 
the third edition of which still remains to be deservedly 
valued. In this work we have an enumeration, and fre- 
quently a description, not only of the more perfect plants, 
but also of the Musci, Fuci, Fungi, &c, all arranged 
according to a system of his own. To this system of our 
great predecessor succeeded that of the celebrated Linnajus, 
the ornament of Sweden ; the excellence of which was 
such, as to create general admiration, and insure it an 
almost universal reception : hence it became necessary (if 
I may be allowed the expression), to Linnaeanize Mr. Ray. 
This arduous task was attempted by Mr. Hudson; and 
Mr. Ray's Synopsis, to speak metaphorically, transmigrated 
into Mr. Hudson's Flora Anglica ; in which form, though 
it retained the advantages of a new body, it lost a portion 
of its original spirit ; much useful information being sup- 
pressed, and many distinct species made into varieties : it 
was, however, enriched with many new plants, discovered 
by Mr. Hudson and his friends. 

"In the year 1777, Mr. Lightfoot having accompanied 
Mr. Pennant into Scotland, for the purpose of making 
discoveries in Natural History, favoured the public, on his 
return, with an ample account of the plants discovered in 



XX MEMOIRS OF THE 

his Northern tour, under the title of • Flora Scotica ;' the 
value of which was greatly enhanced, by the new lights 
thrown on the cryptogamous plants in general ; and 
the excellent plates of several rare plants which accom- 
panied it. In the succeeding year appeared the second 
edition of Mr. Hudson's book, in which the plants of the 
Flora Scotica, with many additional ones, previously dis- 
covered, were inserted. The works of these three different 
authors, the only practical ones of any note that have been 
published in this country, form the basis of the present 
catalogue. Where I have not had an opportunity of ob- 
serving or cultivating the plants which they enumerate, 
I have relied implicitly on their accuracy ; where I have, 
as an enquirer after truth, I presume I should have been 
censurable not to have used the lights, which perhaps a 
more minute enquiry, or better opportunities of cultivation, 
had afforded me ; hence I have in several instances differed,' 
both from Mr. Ray and Mr. Hudson, and am sorry to have 
occasion to differ so materially from the latter, in the ac- 
count he has given of the Grasses, in the second edition of 
his work. The reasons at large for such differences will be 
given in the Flora Londinensis (vid. Ranunculus hirsutus, 
Polygonum minus, Sedum sexangulare, &c.) : the only 
notice taken of them here, will be to print in Italics those 
plants which I apprehend to be species, and which Mr. 
Hudson considers as varieties. As the garden contains 
more than two-thirds of the more perfect British plants, it 
was apprehended, that the addition of the remainder, which 
either cannot be made to grow, or have not yet been ob- 
tained, would render this publication more useful, not only 
to those who may have opportunities of visiting it, but to 
those also who have only the garden which nature affords 
them : they are incorporated with the rest, and distin- 
guished by having no figures prefixed to them. Such as 
have an asterisk, are considered as doubtful natives." 

This catalogue of about six thousand plants, and the 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. xxi 

practical arrangement of the garden before the eyes ot so 
many curious enquirers on the subject, may be considered 
the first great step towards the scientific arrangement of a 
Botanic garden. The foundation being laid in this first 
attempt (for his garden in the Grange Road was only to 
cultivate without arrangement), Mr. Curtis, during the 
remainder of his life, laboured to improve, both by practice 
and precept ; in which he was so far successful, that lie 
lived to see his example followed by many, and a general 
taste diffused for his own favourite study. 

Mr. Curtis not only made his researches into the cu- 
rious, but the useful ; and he never lost sight of the best 
purpose to which science can be applied — the benefit of 
mankind. We cannot forbear transcribing his remark on 
the Agricultural plants, because for its brevity, we cannot 
better explain his then notions on this important subject : 
he says, (C it is presumed the present catalogue is the first 
of the kind ever offered to the public ; it will be no wonder, 
therefore, if it should fall short of perfection. Most of the 
plants contained in it are of British growth. Of the useful 
ones, many have long been known and cultivated in this 
country. Several new ones are inserted, as deserving to be 
more generally known to the husbandman ; of these, the 
Grasses, a much neglected tribe, form no inconsiderable 
part. At present, out of a hundred and three species, the 
produce of this country, considered by surrounding nations 
as most fertile in its herbage, only one is cultivated for 
pasturage, and that confessedly deficient in many of the 
requisites of a good grass. Mr. Stillingfleet, in his Miscel- 
laneous Essays, has taken much pains to recommend several 
others as superior ; and about as many more are here added 
from my own observations. If the agriculturist has been 
inattentive to the plants of the useful kind, the noxious 
plants have engaged still less of his attention, though 
highly deserving of it. Future observations will doubtless 



XXU MEMOIRS OF THE 

make it necessary to add many other plants to those here 
enumerated; perhaps retrench some of the present list; 
and throw a much greater light on the whole." What Mr. 
Curtis at this time only surmised, he found to be correct in 
practice. He cultivated plots of the most likely to be use- 
ful Grasses ; and,, after careful examination of the result, 
put forth a most useful pamphlet on the subject of the 
Grasses, which has improved the state of agriculture in that 
department more than any other work. 

Mr. Curtis's writings were, for his extensive know- 
ledge, few in number, as he seldom gave his thoughts to 
the public, but for their benefit, and with rather two scru- 
pulous a regard for his own gain, considering his circum- 
stances. Of this description, but with a laudable view to 
allay the dreadful apprehensions of many persons of im- 
pending famine and pestilence, he wrote his treatise on the 
Brown-tailed Moth ; whose destructive ravages in 1783, in 
the Caterpillar state, were considered as a pestilence and 
public calamity. 

The lovers of horticulture may also thank Mr. Curtis 
for introducing amongst their Culinary vegetables, the 
Crambe maritima, or Sea Kale, now so common in the 
markets, and on their tables; to bring which into gene- 
ral notice, he published a pamphlet, and, with each pam- 
phlet, sold a box of the seed; and that it might be the 
more speedily brought into common cultivation, he planted 
a large plot of it, which he sold or distributed amongst his 
acquaintance. 

Hitherto we have said but little of the Botanical Maga- 
zine, the only work which has been of material assistance 
to Mr. Curtis. In comparison of the productiveness of the 
two works (the Magazine and the Flora Londinensis), to use 
his own expression, " One brought him pudding, and the 
other praise." The idea of such a work was new, and on 
ta being talked of amongst his most intimate acquaintance, 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. xx jjj 

he was strongly recommended to carry it into effect; and 
amongst those who were most earnest for it, we believe 
Robert Barclay, Esq. (now of Bury Hill, near Dorking) 
was very sanguine of its success ; perhaps, little thinking 
that, at a future period, he should prove the most valuable 
contributor of new and rare subjects to it. Accordingly 
the work was commenced in 1787, in monthly numbers, 
at one shilling each, containing three plates in each num- 
ber, with three descriptions; and although afforded at 
so cheap a rate, and so beautifully executed, such was 
its sale, that it placed him in easy circumstances, although 
he had so many unproductive schemes in hand at the same 
time. During the life of Mr. Curtis, the monthly sale 
was about two thousand copies of the current number ; 
and from the number of reprints since its commencement, 
it is supposed of each of the early numbers upwards of 
five thousand have been issued. Mr. Curtis conducted 
this work, from its commencement to his death in 1799, 
regularly every month ; and left a large store of mate- 
rials for its continuation, under the direction of one of his 
executors, Dr. John Sims; who, from the 172d number, 
for the more convenient division of the paper to half a 
sheet, increased it to four plates in each number. But, 
about this time, the love and knowledge of rare plants 
began to have an ascendency amongst the middle classes of 
society, and it was thought advisable to increase the quan- 
tity still farther. Accordingly, the number of plates was 
doubled ; and each number has since contained eight plates, 
with descriptions. Although it had a very extensive sale 
after this increased quantity, and advanced price, still many 
of those who spent their shilling per month would not go 
so far as three shillings and sixpence, so that the sale of the 
current number was very much reduced; and from the 
commencement of the Botanical Register, and several 
works of a similar nature, the quantity per month was re- 



XXiv MEMOIRS OF THE 

duced to about one thousand copies ; and at the present 
time is considerably below that number. 

Last year, 1826, Dr. John Sims, at an advanced age, 
gave up the editorship of the work, and retired from his 
practice and London altogether, and has settled at Dorking 
in Surrey, in quiet retirement. Mr. Samuel Curtis (who 
married the daughter of Mr. William Curtis, the author of 
it) has become the sole proprietor, and is conducting it, 
under the editorship of Dr. Hooker, the Regius Professor of 
Botany in the University of Glasgow, under whose able 
and judicious selections, and whose great taste and skill in 
the drawings, with the addition of minute dissections to 
completely illustrate every part of the subject described, 
it is hoped that the work will meet with the extended 
patronage its merit deserves. 

We forbore, in the long article we made on the artists 
employed by Mr. Curtis, to mention one, as coming more 
properly in this place ; we allude to Mr. William Graves ; 
whose name cannot appear on the work, like the drawer or 
the engraver, but whose skill is set forth on the face of 
almost every plate : for, singular to relate, he was the con- 
stant, undeviating friend and assistant to Mr. Curtis, from the 
time he commenced business in 1771, and has continued to 
colour the whole of his works from their commencement. 
From such extensive practice, it is supposed he has coloured 
more plates on Natural History than any living artist in the 
same time ; and even now, at the age of seventy -three, is in 
full and lively possession of every faculty ; and we could 
even call the attention of those capable of judging of his 
art to the volume of the present year, as a comparison with 
any work extant. 

To return to the period of the commencement of the 
Botanical Magazine, we find Mr. Curtis at his garden at 
Lambeth Marsh; where, although the situation was most 
unpropitious for many plants which cannot bear the smoke 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. xxv 

of London, still, he was unwilling to quit a spot on which 
he had bestowed so much time and labour, until the lease 
expiring, his landlord exacted terms for a renewal, which 
were too extravagant to be complied with. To use his own 
expressions, Mr. Curtis says, ee disappointed, but not dis- 
heartened, I resolved to attempt its re-establishment else- 
where. I looked over the names of those who had pa- 
tronized my former attempts, and finding that the majority 
of my subscribers resided to the westward of the city, I 
fixed on a spot at Brompton, with the advantage at least of 
some experience in the cultivation of plants; and here I 
have witnessed a pleasure I had long wished for, that of 
seeing plants grow in perfect health and vigour. 

<e That I have good grounds also to expect that my 
labours will be crowned with success, the list of those per- 
sons who have honoured my garden with their subscriptions 
the first year of its formation, affords me the most pleasing 
proof. Indeed, whilst vegetables shall constitute a part of 
our food, and there is a necessity to distinguish wholesome, 
from poisonous ones ; — whilst medicines for the cure of our 
diseases shall be drawn from the vegetable kingdom; — 
whilst agriculture, the grand source of the wealth and 
strength of all nations, shall be capable of being improved 
by a closer attention to our native plants — whilst Botany 
shall be studied as an instructive science, or as an object 
of rational amusement — or whilst the beauties of nature 
shall have power to charm ; so long a garden, on the plan 
of the one I am endeavouring to establish, will, I humbly 
presume, meet with the support of the public." The Bo- 
tanic Garden at Brompton and its appendages occupied 
about three and a half acres, and he had about seven acres 
more adjoining which was used for Sea Kale, and expe- 
rimental ground for agricultural crops, &c. The various 
quarters were disposed with plants of similar growths, 
systematically arranged to the best advantage for the 
-i tidt.it thus: — 



A Plan of the Botanic Garden at Brompto 











No. 1. 

Medicinal Quarter. 








No. 2. 
Agricultural Quarter. 








No. 3. 
Foreign Grass Quarter. 








No. 4. 
British Grass Quarter. 


-1 
I 






A Bower. 




i 


No. 5. 
Quarter containing Bri- 
tish Herbaceous Plants 














No. 6. 
British Wood. 








No. r. 

British Plants of small 
Growth, with Aquatics. 





on 



Foreign Alpine and 



Foreign Hardy Herbace- 



( No. 11. 

ilthrating the dif- 
ferent Varieties of 
^ Bulbous Roots. 



:».- ,-n>.-\; <i 







MEMOIRS OF THE LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. XXv fi 

The plan being completed, and the plants from his 
Lambeth Marsh Garden being arranged in it, the constant 
desire of procuring additional species, and propagating for 
extensive dissemination those possessed, was one source of 
active and profitable amusement. His old pupils situated 
in every part of the kingdom were pleased to keep up a 
friendly correspondence with him; and the discovery of 
native plants, which are thinly scattered over the face of 
the country, or living specimens of rare hardy exotics, often 
gave them an opportunity of increasing his collection, and 
gratifying themselves, with a renewal of his former friend- 
ship. The works which he then periodically carried on 
continued also to occupy a portion of his time. Still his 
active mind was constantly planning improvements on the 
then deficient parts of the Natural History of this country; 
and his preparations of drawings and descriptions, whether 
of plants (especially in cryptogamia), quadrupeds, birds, 
fishes, or insects, were now become very numerous, but not 
complete enough, to his mind, to enter into such an ar- 
rangement, as his ardent wishes aspired after. He made a 
journey to Settle, in Yorkshire, to explore the native plants, 
&c. of the hilly country around that part of the kingdom ; 
from whence he brought some excellent gleanings ; and 
afterwards to Mersea Island, on the Essex coast, during 
the season for taking wild fowl. Here he had an oppor- 
tunity of getting excellent specimens of the scarcer water 
fowls which migrate, and only visit our shores in the most 
intemperate of seasons ; at which place, the incredible num- 
ber of them would astonish any one not acquainted with the 
subject. Here, with Edwards at his elbow, was a scene of 
enjoyment to him; and a great quantity of drawings were 
made. He also entered minutely into the mode of taking the 
young oysters (called here the Spat), by dredging for them, 
which are afterwards laid on mud beds, flooded by the sea 



xxviii MEMOIRS OF THE 

at every tide to feed. The apparatus for every part of this 
operation was minutely drawn and added to the store. 
Thus years passed on, adding highly finished drawings by 
Edwards, and his own minute description to each, until, 
about 1797, when commenced the uncomfortable feelings 
on his chest, attended, at times, with extreme nervous irri- 
tability, from which he was seldom free long together to 
the time of his death. This uncomfortable sensation made 
him thoughtful of the state of his property ; and having no 
one in his family who was likely to succeed him in his gar- 
den, he cultivated an acquaintance with Mr. William Salis- 
bury, who was at the time the gardener of Simmons, 

Esq., of Paddington ; and for the introduction of him to 
the Botanic Garden (more as a profitable business, than 
as a learned successor, to support the well-merited 
fame of its founder) he was associated as the partner 
of Mr. Curtis, and an agreement was entered into, 
that on Mr. Curtis's demise, Mr. Salisbury should pay 
certain annual sums as interest, until he paid six hundred 
pounds principal money, for the whole establishment 
as it then stood, with houses,, library, &c. This sum 
was paid by Mr. Salisbury, who continued the garden many 
years after the death of Mr. Curtis; but removing it to 
Sloane Street, in hope of more patronage, the spot was 
neglected, and is now part of a nursery ground, with few 
vestiges of its former state. Mr. Curtis, in his will, left 
the money arising from the Botanic Garden and other 
sources, with the property of the Flora Londinensis and 
the Botanical Magazine, to his widow and daughter ; and 
the control and management of his works and papers to 
his friend Dr. John Sims, one of his executors ; but it was 
not thought advisable to add to the Flora Londinensis, on 
account of the unavoidable heavy expences of it ; and it 
was sold, in 1813, to Mr. George Graves with a few old 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. xx j x 

copper plates of birds which he afterwards published, pur- 
porting the work to be part of the late Mr. Curtis's, who 
had little or no hand in it. 

We cannot, perhaps, conclude this memoir of Mr. 
Curtis better than with the concluding article in the sketch 
by Dr. Thornton, which is in its main parts, very correct. 

" The reader may here expect us to say something on 
the character of Mr. Curtis. No one ever showed from the 
earliest period a greater love for Botany, or ardour in its 
pursuit, than Mr. Curtis. His eye was truly microscopic : 
for seldom had he recourse to a glass to examine the 
smaller parts. Nothing escaped his remark, and his dis- 
cernment was most critical. His descriptions of plants are 
therefore perfect. Neither too profuse, or contracted, these 
are models for our imitation. Able to draw himself, and 
engrave, which appear in him to be self-taught, he could 
direct the artist to express what he himself felt ; and if ever 
he suffered his mind to be ruffled, it was when the painter 
had not fulfilled his part exactly to his mind. 

" He was patient of bodily labour ; and careless of what 
he partook in his reseaches after plants. Bread and cheese 
and beer, or eggs, were his usual repast when herborizing ; 
and this chiefly with a view not to lose his time. He ra- 
pidly traversed on foot, considering his make, a prodigious 
extent of country ; and he suffered nothing to escape him. 
It was wonderful the multitude of plants he found growing 
upon any spot ; for when herborizing with a large party, 
his keen sight always collected twenty times as many dif- 
ferent plants as were obtained by the whole company. 
Although thus superior, no one was more modest or diffi- 
dent. He never indeed boasted, and but seldom spoke of 
himself. When correcting an error, he performed the task 
in the handsomest manner ; ever accompanying his remark 
with some previous compliment to the person. He was 



XXX MEMOIRS OF THE 

studious not to give offence. Truth was his delight ; and 
he imagined all must willingly bow before her shrine. He 
may be said to be the founder of the only national work on 
English Botany ; for though he did not live, or rather was 
not encouraged enough, to accomplish what would have 
justly entitled him to that character ; yet he has opened 
the road of glorious renown to some one, who will here- 
after achieve what he has commenced. The fault in not 
succeeding cannot be imputed to him, but in the times : 
' Magnis, tamen excidat ausis.' He was, however, the 
precursor of the glorious lights of the present day ; for he 
paved the way for the full reception of their labours. He 
impressed on the public a taste for the Science of Botany, 
although not then sufficient to maintain all his own works. 
He promoted, therefore, even his own contemporary rivals. 
His garden was the only public thing of the sort in England ; 
which evinces his ardent endeavours for the science. All 
his works were original : the contrivance of them sprang 
entirely from his own mind. His sacrifice of a lucrative 
profession may be blamed by some ; but he apologized for 
this, in the bias implanted by Providence, for wise reasons, 
in different minds ; and there is no lack of persons carry- 
ing on this honourable art. His attention to the Grasses, 
his publication on the Sea Kale, with his several works, 
evince a patriotic spirit ever glowing in his breast. He 
looked beyond this scene ; for in none of these but he like- 
wise recalls us to that power and goodness whence all 
things proceed. His person was rather short, and thick - 
built; his dress was uncommonly neat ; his face was full 
and ruddy, and bespoke beneficence : health, at one pe- 
riod, glowed in his cheek. He possessed a politeness, 
intermixed with some formality ; the approaches to him, 
therefore were easy, but obligated not to be too free ; but 
where he saw a desire of learning, he was the first to follow 
the student, and point out to him instruction. 



LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. xxx i 

" To sum up the total : he was a sincere believer in 
Christianity; although it is doubted whether he died a 
Quaker. He was a true and faithful husband ; an affec- 
tionate and tender father to an only daughter, on whom he 
bestowed a most liberal education, and implanted the best 
principles ; a kind and generous friend, disinterested in the 
extreme, although the want of encouragement drove him 
from the difficult path of true and lasting fame — of that 
fame, which, if a fault, was his only one. Here let the cur- 
tain of our narrative be dropt, and the sympathizing tear 
be shed on those beautiful lines, which are inscribed on the 
tomb-stone of Mr. Curtis, who departed this life, July 7, 
1 799, aged about 53 years : 

" Wliile living herbs shall spring profusely wild, 
Or gardens cherish all t!,, t- I. lithe and gay, 
So long thy works shall please, dear Nature's child, 
So long thy mem'ry suffer no decay." 

The remains of Mr. Curtis were deposited, at his own 
request, in Battersea church-yard, opposite the west en- 
trance of the church ; a place selected by him, probably 
from its being a pleasant place, adjoining the Thames, 
and the neighbourhood of frequent scenes of enjoyment 
in herborizing excursions with his pupils; for which the 
weedy fields of Battersea were a peculiarly desirable spot. 

The Botanical Magazine was continued, as before 
stated, by Dr. John Sims up to 1826, and since by Profes- 
sor Hooker, for the benefit of the daughter and grand 
children ; the daughter having married in 1801, Mr. Sa- 
muel Curtis, then a florist at Walworth, and now a very 
extensive cultivator in most branches of horticulture at 
Glazenwood, near Coggeshall, in Essex. And it is with 
extreme regret we have to state, that this amiable lady, who 
possessed, in a great measure, the mind, disposition, and 



XXXii MEMOIRS OF THE LATE WILLIAM CURTIS. 

pursuits of her father, died on July the 2d of this year 
(1827) leaving six sons and seven daughters to regret 
their loss. Her complaints were also similar to her fa- 
ther's for a year or two previous to her decease ; but the 
immediate cause of her death was inflammation of the lungs, 
from a cold, which lasted but a fortnight; during which 
time she evinced the fruits of a well-grounded hope of a 
happy eternity ; perhaps mainly attributable to the studies 
she made in Natural History; looking through the works 
of Nature up to Nature's God. 



INDEX, 

THE ENGLISH NAMES OF THE PLANTS 
The First Fifty -Three Volumes of the 

BOTANICAL MAGAZINE, 

( OR OLD SERIES COMPLETE ) 

ARE ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED, 

Together with their Latin Names. 



jc\.CACIA, awl-leaved Acacia diffusa 

black- wooded melanoxylon 

linear-leaved liniaris 

long-leaved longifolia 

i simple-leaved prickly . . armata 

square-stalked quadrangularis 

thick spiked long-leaved longifolia, 0. 

two colour-leaved discolor 

I ! two-spiked lophanta 

i j unequal-winged nigricans 

i Acanthus, prickly Acanthus spuu.Mis, 2- 

Achania, lobe-leaved woolly . . . Achania mojKfi 

scarlet inah.ivi -<■>!- 

Aclivranthes, crimson headed . . Achyrantlies p.»rri-eii-» 

. Raucous Yucca glauca 

. Lyon's narrow-leaved. . stricta 

narrow-leaved angustifolia 

superb gloriosa 

tall-stemmed Gloriosa B. B 

folia 

thready filamentosa 

Adonis, vernal Adonis vernal 

. dcm Agapanthus umbellatua 

Agave, broad-leaved Vera Gruz. Agave lunda 



Agave, spike-flowered Agave virginiea 

Ageratum, blue-flowered Ageratum ccclestinum 

Mexican Mexicanum 

Ageratum, upright Ageratum strictum 

Aitonia, Cape Aitonia caponsis 

Albuca, bristly-rooted Albuca setosa 

dingy-flowered physodes 

— grass-green viridiflora 

J ar £ er ! major 

Iesser Iutea, & Lam. 

P^-Aowered exuviata 

Aletris, wave-leaved Aletris capensis 

wliite-flowered American— farinosa 

Alkanet, pale-flowered Anchusa ochroleuca 

Allamanda, willow-leaved AIlamau.L 

Allspice, Carolina Calycanthus floridus 

Almond, dwarf .'.'.' .\\\\" .WW Amygdalus, hidicaest, 

~ ; double pumila 

Aloe, apple-green-leaved Aloe virens 

— Bourbon purpurea 

dwarf pale net-veined . W reticulata 

Fan •;• • plicatilis 

great hedgehog . f erox 

great scymitar-leaved .... Kmadftlfift 

hard-leaved marginata 

Keel-leaved carinata 

mitre, least mitraeformis 

narrow sword-leaved WW ■ perfoliate^ 

' ■■iiirue.... — —lingua 

partridge-breast , variegata 

P ear J ! east ; margaratifera 

pearl-leaved middle-sized . • . var 

Pen*Vonal pentagon* 

polished nitida 

rasp-leaved ra d u i a 

recurved recurva 

red-spined glaucous rhodacantha 

rough-flowered spiralis, var. 

rough-leaved cushion .... ntirabllu 

saw-leaved serrulata 

short-leaved perfoliate . . . depressa 

small-leaved foliolosa 

small spined microcantha 

■ soft-spined humilis 

spider, dark-leaved , pumila 



LIfH INDEX. 





; « -kly Anthyllis erinacea 

silver-].., ,f ( 

piter's beard \ bai ba Jovis 

us, villous Aotus villosa 

Aphelandra, dense-spiked Aphelandra cristata 

Apono^eton, forked-flowered.. . Aponogeton distachvon 



Apple-tree, Chinese. 
Aralia, hispid .... 






s spectabilis 
- .JaponitM 
i hispida 



2 ! si 


Archangel, balm-leaved 

Arctotis, chamomile 

shewy .' 

Artlisia, acuminated 


:;^i^;;i u !™ 


1677 

•j:;<'>4 


nightshade-like 

panicled 


. . paniculata 


2;"}42 
12.51 
4.")S 
I-V7 


Argemone, Mexican 

white-flowered . . . 


. Argemone Mexican 
. . — ■ albiflora 


grass-leaved 


. melaleuca 


1749 


Arnica, daisy -leaved 


. . Arnica bellidiastrun 


1445 
1 * .5.2 


ArroAvgrass, bulbous-muti'd . 
Arrowhead, brittle-stalked .. 


. Trisrlochin bulbosui 


17! '2 
2307 
2350 

1421 

_>:i_M 

2072 

24.12 
22-2 

222.1 










. 1) road-leaved . 

panicled 

Arum, auriculate tinvf-hihed. 
bulb-bearing 


. Arthropodium cirra 
. Arum trilobatuin 
. bulbiferum, i 


spiral-flowered 


; — ^ Iium 


b20 

950 

788 
22;;;) 










Ascb-pia.. thick-leaved 


:g£3S 








2;;2!» 


oval-spiked 


. callnsa 


2'.2<; 

773 
24!'!» 
lit!* 
33 
2380 
2:;:n 
1350 
2503 
U.i'< 
227'"' 


Asphodel, branched 

slender-leaved 


. Aspbodelus ramosus 


Aspidistra, dingy-flowered. . . 
Aster, alpine 


• 1: ! r n .iL!;;- rila 


Astragalus, broad-sti; uied . . . 
short-fruited 


. Astragalus stipilatus 


Astrapoea, Wallich's . ... . -• . 
A stroloma, juniper-leaved. . . 

:;ual . .- 


. Astrapoea Wallichii 
. Athanasia 



Bird's-foot, trefoil, hairy Lotus hlrsutus 

trefoil, sweet-scented . . odoratus 

Birthwort, broad-leaved Aristolochia sipho 

downy-leaved tormentosa 

evergreen sempervirens 

glaucous-leaved glauca 

Marcgraves labiosa 

Bittervetch, black Orobus niger 

hairy hirsutus 

parti-coloured varius 

upright lathyroides 

Bixa, heart-leaved, or amotta. . Bixa orellana 
Bladdersenna, Nepal Colutea Xepulensis 

small-leaved galegifolia 

Blakea, three-ribbed Blakea trineivia 

Blandfordia, showy Blandfordia nobilis 

Bletia, Lady Tankerville's Bletia Tankervilla 

BUte, strawberry Blitum virgatum 

Bloodflower, many-flowered ... Hjemantbu> multiilnn;- 
round-leaved orbicularis 

. . multiflorus, var. 

tiger spotted tigrinus 

Bocconia, heart-leaved Bocconia cordata 

Boltonia, starwort-flowered Boltonia asteroides 

woad-leaved glastifolia 

Borage, bell-flowered Borage laxifolia 

tteher's. broom-) „ , 
leaved .... \ Borbonia ruscifoha 

Bnruiiia. l):uvrhorn--ct-;ited . . . . Boronia pinnata 

Bossisea, flat-stemmed Bossitea scolopendria 

narrow-leaved lanceolate 

narrow-leaved linopliylla 

Bouvardia, three-leaved Bouvardia triphylla 

Bowstring hemp, African Sansc dent ininiceiisis 

Boxtlmnt, Japanese Lycium Japonicurn 

Brachysema, broad-leaved Brachysema latifblia 

Bracbystelma, tuberous rooted . Brachystelma tubcrosa 
Bramble, double rose-leaved . . . Rubus rosaefolius, $. 

Brassia, spotted-flowered Brassia maculata 

Brodiea, [\ia-Iike Brodiea Ixioides 

Bromelia, pyramidal-flowered . . Bromelia pyramidalis 

Broom, flax-leaved Genista linifolia 

— long-twigged Spartium virgatum 

— Spanish junceum 

■ starry radiatum 



Browallia, spreadin 



. Browallia demissa 



unsfelsia, American Brunsfelsia Americana 

unswick lily, Josephine's . . . Brunsvigia Josephinae 

> multiflora 

— falcata 
elephant^ Bryonia tamus elephantope3 

quinqueloba 

Bryophyllum calcynum 




Buckler 
Buckwheat-Tree . 
Buddlea, round-he: 
Bugloss, Barrelier 
Cape 



Biscutella hispida 
Mylocarum I'. 
Bnddlea globosa 
Anchusa Barrelieri 



jl ' > angustifolia 

-leaved undulata 

Bug-wort, heart-leaved Cimieifuga cordifolia 

palmate-leaved palmata 

)ocodium, vernal Bulhocodium vernum 

Burchellia, Cape Burclui! 

Burnet, smooth, shrubby Poterium caudatum 

Bursaria, thorny Bursaria spinosa 

Butcher's broom, broad-leaved . Ruscu- 

androgynus 

Buttonweed, cross-wort Spermacoce stri^u-a 

.... Cacalia coccinea 
ringent-flowered ........ Cactus truncatus 

Caladium, large-leaved Catadku 

poison, or dumb-cane . . seguinum 

two-coloured . 
Calanthe, hellebore-leave 

<r,spotted-flow- 




• Callicarpa cana 

< - li •■■',: t. saw-li r.i-d < allieoma serratifolij 

M dliel t.-.r, .. oval-leaved Callistachys c 

Calostenuiia, purple 



Calathamnus, four-cleft Calathamnus quadrifida 

Camellia, anemone-flowered . . . Camellia Japonica, var. anemo- 

axillary-flowered axillaris 

Japan rose \ Japonica 

sasanqua sasanqua 

red myrtle-leaved Japonica, var. myrtifolia 

Waratah, Knight's .... Japonica 

Cameraria, doubtful Cameraria dubia 

Campanula, azure Campanula azurea 

C a F- Capensis 

Camphor tree Lauras 

Campion, or rose cockle Agroste 

fringe-flowered Silene fimbriate 

four-leaved Cucubalus stellatus 

. :Iiate-leaved Iberis ciliata 

Gibraltar Gibraltarica 

Purple umbellata 

smooth-leaved • . saxatilis 

Canna, Nepal or Queenstee . . . Canna speciosa 
nodding-flowered iridiflora 

Caper shrub Capparis spinosa 

Capraria, wave-leaved Capraria undulata 

Capsicum, dark-fruited Capsicum bicolor 

Carex, Frazer's Carex Fraseri 

Carnation, wheat-ear Dianthus caryophyllua 

Carolinea lesser Carolinea minor 

Carthamus, blue-flowered Carthamus cairaleus 

woolly, or yellow dis-> 

taff thistle \ lana * u s 

Cassia, or bastard cinnamon . . . Lauras cassia 
contrary-flowered Cassia aversiflora 

Australis 

' \ ' \ \ \ \ biflora" 11 * 

Castor oil plant, or palma christi Ricinus communis 

>mmon Catalpa syringifolia 

Catananche, blue Catananche caerulea 

Catasetum, Trinidad Catasetum tridentatum 

Catchfly, Armenian Silene chlorafolia 

dark ornata 

jagged-flowered. ...... lacera 

Morocco vespertina 

narrow- leaved pro- ) 

nbent * supina 

pendulous pendula 



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1175 


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494 


19 


421 


52 


2551 


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1752 




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737 


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1884 


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2257 


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47 


2187 


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2274 


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707 


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511 


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ENGLISH INDEX. 



Catchfly, stone Silene saxatilis 

Catesbaea, thorny Catesbsea spinosa 

Catmint, tang-tubed Nepeta longiflora 

Celsia, ^eat-flowered Celsia cretica 

linear-leaved linearis 

nettle-leaved urticsefolia 

Centaury, Caucasian Centaurea Caucasica 

golden aurea 

prickly-headed globe sphaerocephala 

prickly-branched spinosa 

Swiss Rhapontica 

woad-leaved glastifolia 

yellow large-headed . . . macrocephala 

Cerbera, linear-leaved Cerbera thevetia 

spear-leaved manghas 

Cereus, creeping Cereus flagelliformis 

— S^ P :^ c **»° «**** 

Cestrum, honey-suckle Cestrum fastigiatmn 

willow-leaved parqui 

Chaptalia, woolly -leaved Chaptalia tormentosa 

Chaste tree, five-leaved Vitex chinensis 

three-leaved trifolia 

Chelone, Lyons Chelone major 

Cherry, eurnelian Cornus mascula 

Cfakbet, Of chich pea Cicer arietinum 

duckweed, glaucous Cerastium amplexicaule 

Chironia, berry-bearing Chironia baccifera 

cross-leaved decussata 

narrow-leaved angustifolia 

shrubby frutescens 

larger Allium niveum 

Chloranthus, one-spiked Chloranthus monostachys 

Chl0 ered!' t . l ! m :f!! e .f! l ; fl0W 1 Chlorophytum inoratum 

Chorizema, dwarf Chorizema nanum 

Christ's thorn Zizyphus Paliurus 

— Nepal Paliurus virgatus 

Chry wWt^Zn. C ^ aWe ^ Chrysanthemum Indicum 

— expanded, light purple . indicum 

— Indian indicum 

— three-coloured 

Cineraria, blue-flowered . . 

butter bur-leaved petasitis 

orange-coloured . . 
purple-flowered . . 




I Cineraria, Siberian 

I small-" 

— woolly 



. Cineraria Siberica 
. purviflora 



cluster-leaved . 



rosemary leaved 

rough dwarf 

Claytonia, chick weed . , 

perfoliate , 

Siberian 

.-Virginian 

Clematis, or virgin' 



Sibirica 
Virdnica 




Clethra tree Clethn ^ 

Clitoria, hooded-flowered Clitoria heterophylla 

wing-leaved .......... — ternatea 

Clover, grey Trifolium canescens 

(hum. I.road-leaved Cluytia pulchella 

narrow-leaved alaternoides 

Cmcu9,Barbary,ortwin thorn) „ . 

thistle £ l mcus af t'f 

-— feathery-headed spinosissimus 

Cobaea, climbing Cobsea scandens 

Cockle rose Agrostemma Coronaria 

Coffee tree Coffea Ar'alma 



( .Hi .,.,! 



Tussilago alpina 

le, Canadian Aquilegia Canadensis 

wo-coloured . . — hybrida 

a, climbing Columnea rotundifoUa 

< '"l'«tea. tree Colutea arboresm.s 

Combretum, Madagascar Combretum purpureum 

Comfrey, eastern Symphyl 

pneHy Mperrinrain 

Commelina, tuberous Commellna md.-Mis 



How, Cape Coromelina Africans 

olet-flo-wered ... Conanthera bifolia 
broad-leaved . . . Commersonia platyphylla 
< ouvoIvhIus, azure Convolvulus nil 

silky-leaved althreoides 

small, or bind-weed . . . tricolor 

Coral tree, cockscomb Erythrina crista galli 

herbaceous herbacea 

Con-horns, Japan, double Coreliorus Japonicus 

Cordia, rough-leaved Cordia sebestena 

Coreopsis, arkansa Coreopsis tinctoria 

fennel-leaved ferula -folia 

spear-leaved lanceolata 

Coriariftj New Zealand Coriaria sarmentosa 

Coris, Montpellier Coris monspeliensis 

Cornel, Canadian Cornus Canadensis 

great flowered florida 

Cornelian Cherry mascula 

,, dotted-flowered ...... Cornutia-punctata 

. . Gladiolus communis 

'. .' .' .' '. '. " Watsonius 

blandus, «. 

flesh-coloured carneus 

large-flowered grandiflora 

large-flowered, var. . . . versicolor, ». 

leafless, shaggy, flow-) hirsutus, *. 

Miller's' .... Milleri 

painted trimaculatus 

pale purple blandus, y. 

pencilled — lineatus 

perfumed orchidiflorus 

round-seeded segetum 

slender gracilis 

small changeable versicolor 

s^uare-leavea'Vrt'r abbreviatus 

square-leaved, var tristis 

tall cuspidatus 

i galeatus 

■ -I raved trichonemifolius 

Turkish communis 

two-flowered, shaggy .. : hirsutus 

variegated, shaggy .... — hirsutus, 0. 

violet-scented alatus 

Watson's Watsonius, a. 

wave-flowered — undulatus 



ENGLISH INDEX. 

Cor % fl ut;eCvId\ fl T. r . e . d :^ Gladlolus tristis ' *• 

— weak debilis 

— winged, var alatug, /3. 

— wing-flowered galeatus 

milla, crown-flowered Coronilla montana 

— Iberian Iberica 

— Jacquin's least minima 



macrocarpon 




, bearded Crepis barbata 

n, aquatic Crinum aquaticum 

- blush-coloured erubescens 

- blush-coloured, sand., 

- Broussonet's , 

- Cape, v 

- Cape, erubescent hybrid - 
udrd, flowered .. . . - 




Crossandra, wave-leaved . 

Crotalaria, channel-stalked Crotalaria juncea 

— pulchella 

- pulchei ' 





Cudweed 



New Zealand, globe- > 

flowered $ 

Cullumia, ciliated 

Cuphea, enchanter's .night- > 

hade-like § 

.■nt. 



Ranunculus parnassifolius 

amplexicaulis 

; aperialifl 

Cryptostemuia calendulacea 
Cardamine trifolia 
Mediola Virginiana 
Momordica elaterium 
Gnaphalium eximium 
leontopodium 



- broad-leaved 

Currant, clammy 

— long-spiked 

Cu^tanl apple, broad-leaved 
Cyanella, purple-flowered . . 



Cullumia cilians 
Cuphea circseoides 

procumbeng 

serpyllifolia 

Curculigo orchioides 

latifolia 

Ribes resinosum 
multiflorum 

Cyanella C 




- pale-flowered. 

- purple-flowered . 

- smooth-leaved straddling divaricatus 

Daffodil, great Narcissus major 



;e, long-flowered . 

! and yellow, garden bicolor 

Dahlia, fertile rayed Dahlia superflua 

Dais, cotinus-leaved Dais cotinifolia 

Daisy, great double Bellis perennis 

• Portugal, large sylvestris 

Dalea, changeable Dalea mutabilis 

Dalibarda, strawberry-leaved . . . Dalibarda fragarioides 

sonium, E. Indian Damasonium Indicum 

5 violet, large-flowered... Hesperis grandiflora 
Daphne, altaic Dap line altaiea 

- Cretan oleoides 

- twin-flowered pontica 

Daviesia, broad-leaved Daviesia latifolia 

Day lily, blue-flowered. . . . 

- Japan, sweet-scented . . Japonic 

- narrow-leaved gramine 

obium, hooded 

- Pierard's Pierardi 

thus virgatus 

la, blue Dianella, carulea 

- whitish-flowered ensifolia 

isia, northern Diapensia lapponica 

11a, yellow-flowered Diervilla humilis 

Dilleuhi, shewy. Dillenia speciosa 

Dillwynia, cross-leaved Dillwynia obovata 

" grey cinerascens 

- heath-leaved ericifolia 

- short-leaved parvifolia 

- smooth-leaved glaberrima 

DiONM, anniiatic Diosma fragrans 

.... pulcheUa 

.... serratifolia 

.... ericoides 

ibel-flowered umbellate 

, cyme-flowered Diphylleia cymosa 

Disandra, trailing Disandra prostrate 

Distaff-Thistle Carthamus lanatus 

Dittany of Crete Origanum dictamnus 

Dodartia, oriental Dodartia orientalis 

Dodecatheon, Mead's, or Ame-) D decatheon Media 

i cowslip S 

Dog's tooth, or dog's tooth violet Erythronium dens canis 
- violet , yellow-flowered • Americanum 



ENGLISH INDEX. 



Dog's-bane, tutsan-leaved Apocynum androssemifoliui 

Dolichos, I. lack-seeded Dolichos lablab 

Chinese sinensis 

Purple lignosus 

Donia, Miuke -headed Donia squarrosa 

Dorstenia, arum-leaved Dorstenia art folia 

Houston's Houstoni 

Doryanthes, gigantic, A. & B. . Doryanthes excelsa 

Drat i, fea-green Draba azoides 

Dracaena, ovate-leaved Dracaena ovata 

purple ferrea 

sweet-scented fragrans 

upright striata 

Dracophyllum, slender Dracophvllum gracile 

Dragon's head, betony-leaved . . Dracocephalum grandifloru 

Siberian Sibericum 

toothed denticulatum 

Virginian Vinrinianuiii 

Drimia, fringe-leaved Drimia ciliaris 

lesser, plain-leaved. . . . lancesefolia, ft 

Dryandra, long-leaved Dryandra longifolia 

many-flowered floribunda 

Drypis, prickly Drypis spinosa 

Duck's foot, or May apple Podophyllum peltatum 

Duranta, prickly Duranta ellisia 

Ebony, smooth-leaved, mountain Bauhinia porrecta 

Echites, clove-scented Echites caryophyllata 

Edwardsia, small-leaved Edwardsia microphylla 

Elaeocarpus, blue-fruited Elaeocarpus cyaneus 

Elichrysum, shining Elichrysum splendens 

Elsholtzia, crested Elsholtzia cristata 

silky Embothnum sericeum 

- at, ton Enkianth 

Entelia, New Zealand Entelia a 

, crimson Epacris grandiflora 

red-flowered, pungent . pungens 

n ^ d purpurascens 

sweet-scented pulchella 

[rum, aloe-leaved Epidendrum aloifolium 

Chinese sinense 

fringed ciliare 

hooded cucullatum 

long-stalked elongatum 

purple-flowered cochleatum 

sweet-scented fragrans 

two-leaved cochleatum 

umbelled umbeUatum 

i, plantain-leaved Erigeron bellidifolium 

alpine Erinus alpinus 

phlox-like lychnidea 



Eryngo, alpim 

Erythrina. Cape Erythrina Caffra 

Euralypl us, lieart-leaved Eucalyptus pulveruli 

Eucomis, dwarf Eucomis nana 

— spotted-leaved punctata 

— stripe-leaved striata 



Eucrosia, party-coloured 
Eugenia, myrtle-leaved 

— elliptica 

Eulophia, Sierra Leone . 

B, sage-leaved 
Euphorbia, honey-l 

keel-leaved . 

Euryule, prickly Euryale 

Eustrephus, broad-leaved Eustrephui 

Evening flower, cinnamon Hesperantha c 

grass-leaved . . pilosa, #. 




Evening prim 



se, corymb, 
dandelion-leaved - 

Frazer's Frazeri 

glaucous-leaved. 

matted 

Missouri Missouriensis 

pal Antennaria tripliniTvis 

Gnaphalium npi«-ul turn 



, iEnothera corymbosa 



- <"i^j'it> >u 



Everlasting, 

- New Holland 

- proliferous 



- shrubby . 

- strong-scented . , 

Fabricia, smooth 

Fairouia Cretian 

■ 'ping 

Fan -palm, dwarf 

Fennel, Persian giant Ferula persica 

Fennel flower, garden, or love> Nigella d 



F i^-'t.'Li < r«-tio; 
Falkia repens 



Ferraria, curled . 



• green variegated 



, East Indian... 
a^old, bearded . . . 

epres^ed-tnn^m' 



, Ferraria undulata 



Tigridia 
Feuillea pedata 
Pyrethrum indie am 
Mesembryanthemum 1 



Fly-trap, Vei 
Fothergilla, blunt-leaved 

broad-leaved . 

Foxglove, dwarf, Spanish 



. Halleria lucida 
. Dionaea museipula 

. Fothergilla alnifolia 




Furcrcea gigantea 
Gagea lutea 

Galangale Ksempferia galanga 

round-rooted — rotunda 

;wo-coloured Galardia bicolor 

Galax, Carolina Galax aphylla 

Galaxia, large-flowered Galaxia grandiflora 

)w-leaved graminea 

_ _ le-flowered — ovata purpurea 

Galinsogea, three-lobed Galinsogea trilobata 

Gardenia amcena 




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Geodorum 
im, anemone-leaved .... Geranium i 

dwarf J reichardi 

heart-leaved cordifoliui 

ivy-leaved peltatum 

prickly-stalked Pelargonium echii 



- »|tr;ir-li .iVi- 






itriped or pencilled . . 

Gerardia, purple 

Germander, betony-leaved .... 

broad-leaved, shrubby . 

great- flowered 



-"]■■? V 



Geropogon, smooth Geropogon glabrum 

Gesueria. woolly Gesneria tninrnt..^ 

Gethyllis, thread-leaved Gethyllis spiralis 

Ginger, broad-leaved Zingiber Zerumbet 




Globularia, 

Gloriosa, greenish-flowered 
Gloxinia, rough -leaved 

- spotted-stalked 

• . 

- dingy-flowered . . . 



- tuberous-rooted 
Gnaphalium, compact-flo 



vulgaris 
Gloriosa virescens 
Gloxinia speciosa 



ered . Gnaphalium congestum 



. <; (! i,i 



- opposite-leavea i 

- smooth-scaled i 

Goat's-rue, oriental Galega c 

Goldenrod, tarragon-leaved .... Solidago 1 

Goldylocks, great-shrubby . " 

Gomphocarpus, willow-] 



Goodenia, large-flowered . 

Goodia, hairy 

Goodyera, purple- 



bay . 



• Goodenia grandiflora 

. Goodia pubescens 

. lotifolia 

. Goodyeiy discolor 



Gordonia lasianthus 



f Parnassus, Carolina . 

alerian, creeping- 

a, flesh-coloured, li-j 






Grevillea I 



Grewia, elm-leaved Grewia occidentalis 

Grislea, Woodford's Grislea toraentosa 

well, yellow Lhhospernrara oriant^B 

Ground-ratan, male dwarf Rhapis stabelliformis 

Groundsel, purple Senecio eleg 

Guava, purple-fruited 



catleianum 

. Gunnera perpensa 
. Gypsophila repens 



(uiim.ra. (ape 

creeping 

Habenaria. yellow-fringed. 

Habranthus, changeable Habrantlm> rerneoloi 



Haemanthus, fan-leaved, or the) TT , . 

poison-bulb \ Hrcmanthu toxicarms 

hairy-leaved, scarlet . . . quadrii al\i 

white-flowered . albiflos B. 



igy-flowered . . Heemodorum plan 

Hakea, many-flowered Hakea florida 

'i.iiur-leaved nftida 

' nated Hallia imbricata 



spread] 

Harebells, pifil 

■ Spanish 

Hawthorn, Indian Crataegu 



Hamelia grandiflora 
Scilla nonscripta 



- arbutus-flowered . 
-bearded-leaved... 



■2*2-2 


Heath, blood -spotted, white J 
andromeda-flowered . . . . j 


Erica andromedreflora, (3. 


342 


blush-flowered 










4>4 


ciliated 


. ciliaris 


!.")4S 


cowslip 


. primuloides 


447 


crowberry-leaved .... 


. empetrifolia 


22*13 


dark- flowered 


. sanguinolenta 


480 


downy-flowered 




! )<>(', 






303 


flask 




706 


flesh-coloured, long-j 


longifolia, v. carnea 














;,><» 






1-214 


globular-tubed 


. Thunbergii 


l.si» 


great-flowered 


' Ebacca™ 


i;;>s 




. Hibbertiana 


•221) 


honeywort-flowered . 










1720 


Lawson's 


. Lawsoni 








471 


Mediterranean .... 


. Mediterranea 


I .",70 


— monadelphous 








2:i4> 
















2140 


pendent-flowered . . . 


. propendens 


13!)<» 


perfumed 




350 

3»;»; 


pyramidal 


. pyramidalis 


302 


recurved 




402 


flowered 


vestita coccinea 


481 


rough-flowered 




44:5 




. physodes 

. sulphurea 


1!»S4 


sulphur-coloured .... 


210.-, 


thrift-flowered 


. rubella 






. bucciniflora 


ii:3«» 






Walker's 


. fastigiata 


1 s 1 .1 


yellow, imbricated. . . 




i!»;ti 


Hebenstretia, shrubby 


. Hebenstretia fruticosa 


4s:j 

242:} 






Hedgemustard, sweet-scented, 
alpine 


Erysimum lanceolatum 


2078 


Hedychium, narrow-leaved . . 


. Hedychium ii \ 


23(H) 






282 
172-2 










harems ear-leaved 


, bupleurifolium 



5LISH INDEX. 



Hedysarum, rose-coloured .... Hedysarum roseum 

scepter-flowered . . capitatum 

Heliconia, parrot-beaked Heliconia psittacoruni 

Heliophila, club-pointed Heliophila arabioides 

Heliotrope, glaucous Heliotropium curassavicum 

Peruvian Peruvianura 

HelI tr:^ c ^T. c ^ s . tm . a . s ;i Heiieb ° rus ni ^ er 

purple or livid lividus 

green Veratrum viride 

winter or aconite ..... Heleborus hyemalis 

Helonias, channel-leaved Helonias lseta 

grass-leaved asphodeloides 

grass-leaved graminea 

leafy-flowered bracteata 

^d ?!7.°. W .! h !^ e . 1 .!?. V ^ angustifolia 

« smooth-leaved glaberrima 

spear-leaved bullata 

spike-flowered lutea 

Virginian virginica 

Henbane, annual, black Hyosciamus niger, /3. 

oriental orientalis 

pendulous-flowered .... Scopolia 

purple physaloides 

Hepatica, or noble liver-wort . . Anemone hepatica 

Hermannia, alder-leaved Hermannia alnifolia 

fine-leaved tenuifolia 

lavender-leaved lavendulifolia 

marsh, mallow-leaved . . althaeifolia 

night-smelling flammea 

Heron's-bill, Gusson's Erodium Gussonii 

ternate-leaved .... hymenodes 

Herpestis, purslane-leaved .... Herpestis monnieria 
Hesperanthus, carex-leaved.. .. Hesperanthas radiata 

Heynea, walnut-!ike . Heynea trijmra 

Hibbertia, brown-leaved Hibbertia dentata 

coris-leaved corifolia 

gooseberry-leaved grossularisefolia 

nn-leaved Hibiscus pre 

bladder trion 

military , . militaris 

palmate-leaved — 

superb specie 

Syrian Syriacus 

Hillia, long-tubed Hillia longiflora 

bby H" 

Holly, Chinese II 

Hollyhock, Seringapatam H 



NGLISH INDEX. 



Hollyhock, West Indian Althaea Caribaea 

Honeysuckle, blue-berry Lonicera caerulea 

Carolina trumpet sampervirens, B 

crimson-flowered punicea 

great trumpet sempervirens, a 

Honeywort, great Cerinthe, major 

Horse-shoe, Vetch, shrubby. . . . Hippocrepis baleanca 

Horse-chesnut small-flowered> mac rostachya 

or Buck s-born tree .... J J 

Houseleek, ciliated Sempervivum ciliatum 

clammy glutinosa 

cobweb arachnoideum 

globula globiferum 

gojity 

hispid-stemmed . . . 

villous, globular globiferum 

Houud's-tuiigue^ Madeira Cynoglossum pi. mm 

Houstoqb, blue-flowered...... Houstonia caerulea 

Hovea, broad-leaved Hovea celsii 

lance-leaved lanceolata 

Hovenia, sweet Hovenia dulcis 

Hyacinth, amethyst-coloured... Hyacinthus amethystii 

garden Orientalis 

grape — — 

Hydrangea, garden 

oak-leaved 

shrubby 

Hydropeltis, purple-flowered 

Hymenocallis litoralis 

Hypoxis, creeping Hypoxis sobolifera 

large-flowered,serrate-> «prrita 8 

ived 5 ' 

star, white-flowered . . . stellata, B. 

star, yellow-flowered . . stellata, «. 

upright erecta 

Hyssop, oriental Hyssop - 

>otted-flowered . . . Ibbetsonia gemstoides 

greater Tropseolum majus 

Cactus opuntia 



•colour-flowered. . . phyllanthoides 

Indian-reed, buff-coloured, or> CaQna kuca 
glaucous-leaved J 

— Ne^ul . '. '. '. .WW" '. '.'.'• '■ speciosa 

(I peduuculata 




Indian-reed, tall Canna gigantea 

tuberous-rooted edulis 

yellow i ut ea 

tndlgo, angular-stalked Indigofera cytisoides 

long-spiked _ psoraloides 

narrow-leaved angustifolia 

— — white-leaved candicans 

Inula, glandulous Inula glandulosa 

Ipecacuanha, white Ionidium ipecacuanha 

Ipomea, blood-flowered Ipomea Magnmea 

broad-leaved speciosa 

magnificent ins i g „j s 

— — P"ckly Bona Nox 

puce-coloured atrosanguinea 

scarie t ■ coccinea 

silky-leaved splendens 

trumpet-flowered bignonioides 

— — - wing-leaved Quamocfit 

Ins, bastard, creamed-coloured . Iris stenogyna 

sweet-scented spur i a 

brown-flowered sambucina 

chalcedonian susiana 

Chinese Chinensis 

crested cristata 

dwarf pumila 

elder-scented [ sambucina 

Hibbert's orientalis 

Horneman's neglecta 

Martinique Martiniensis 

New Jersey prism-ttiei 

Pallas' Chinese Pdla.'lj 

party-coloured versicolor 

Persia^ ^^ 

P^y ' pumilis 

poisOOOUS-rooted trachycaspis 

Siberian Sibirica r 

snake s head tuberosa 

C P?" 0US — spuria, ,3. 

tal1 ochroleuca 

tawny, or copper-coloured fulva 

variegated variegata 

- water, yellow-pale pseudacorus 

Ironwood, lance-leaved Sideroxylon mite 

Ismene, basket-flowered , 

Itea, Virginian 

Ixia, ameth 
bendii 

cream-coloured, spotted . . 

crimson 

■ crimson . 

Bulbocodiura 




ENGLISH IN 



2122 Jussieua, great-flowe 

2530 oval-leaved 

1870 Justicia, bloody-veined 




leaved 

Kaulfussia, Cape, aster-like . 

Kennedia, many-flowered scarlet Kennedia < 

oval-leaved ■ o 

Kidneybean-tree, Carolina .... Glycin< 

Anthyllis Cretica 



Kitaibelia, vine-leaved 
Knightstar-lily 




ENGLISH INDEX. 



Laclmaea, glaucous, box-leaved. Lachnsea buxifolia, (2, 

- green, box -leaved buxifolia, a. 

' !-flowered purpurea 

eriocephala 

, four-leaved Antln rffia I 

, comely Cypripedium venustui 







La^asca, soft-leaved 
Lagunea, Norfolk Island 




— mallow-like . 

— three-lobed . 
Lavender, pinnated Lavendula pinnata 

tooth-leaved ■ dentata 

Leadwort, European Plumbago Europsea 

— Phlox-like capensis 



Lebeckia, naked Lebeckia nuda 

Lechenaultia, handsome Lechenaultia formosa 

Lessertia, de Vandes' Lessertia pulchra 

Lettuce, perennial Lactuca perennis 

Leucadendron, great-flowered.. Leucadendron grandiflora 
Liatris, xarions-cupped Liatris scariosa 

. Syringa vulgaris 

, Amaryllis Atamasco 



ENGLISH INDEX. 



Ha, spathula-leaved Lobelia RWzopkjti 

- spotted bicolor 

- yellow ......!'. ;.*".". ! hitul 

Loddi^e-ia oxalis-leaved Loddi-esia oxalidifoli 

Looking-glass. Venus's Campanula speculum 

Loosestrife, bulb-bearing- Lysimachia Imllulera 

- four-flowered quadriflora 

- verticillate verticillata 

Lopezia, Mexican Lopezia Mexieana 

L<>[)liiolii. gulden-crested Lophiola aurea 

Lotus black-flowered Lotus jacobams 

- New Holland australis 

- winged tetragonolobu 

s-wort, Canadian Pedicularis Canadcnsi 

, stinking L u ffa fcetida 

Lung-wort, blue-flowered Pulmonaria paniculate 

soft vulgaris 

Virginian . Yirginiea 

Lupine, i !, nge Idc-tbiv nil. . . Lupin us mutaliilis 
Lee's blue-flowered N " 

perennial pe 

small-podded m 

yellow .' .' .' .' .' .7. '. '. '. '. '. ! ! luteus 

Lyehnid". a, early-flowering Phlox divaricata 

Lychnis, alpine Lychnis alpina 

- Chinese '. '. .... '. \ '. '. '. '. '. coronata 

- scarlet chalcedonies 

Lythrum, hexandrous Lythrum alatum 

, clammy Madia viscosa 

Magnolia, blue Magnolia acuminata 

- dwarf pumila 

- ear-leaved auriculata 

- large-leaved macrophylla 

- lily-flowered or yulan . . conspicua 

- long laurel-leaved grandiflora 

- purple purpurea 

- swamp Thomson's new . — glauca 

Mahernia, cut-leaved Mahernia incisa 

- winged pinnata 

Malaxis, lily-leaved Malaxis Ulif.dia 

Mallow, Bahama Malva abutiloides 

- pimpernel-flowered prostrata 



ENGLISH INDEX. 



sin Malva Alcea 

Manulea, woolly Manuka tomentosa 

Maranta, narrow-leaved Maranta amrit-tifolia 

stripe-leaved zebrina 

Mario nan lav. ni! i -*vuted ... Origanum maru 

Mar'iea, broad-stemmed Marica northiana 

marsh paludosa 

streak-flowered striata 

yellow-flowered — caiifornira 

Mark-old. bonding-stalked Calendula tragus 

— French Tagetes patula 

large-flowered CaienA 

Peruvian Tagetes tenuifolia 

Ti^sssrr^;.^ «*-**»■ 

Martynia, horn-capsuled Marty: i. jiroboscido;; 

Marvel of Peru, common Mirabilis Jalapa 

Massonia, broad-leaved Massonia latifolia 

Cape or hyacinth corymbosa 

shagreen-leaved — pustulata 

sweet-scented aag n st ifolia 

Masterwort, hellebore-leaved . . Astrantia maxima 

Mastic-tree, common Pistacia lentiscus 

Maurandya, climbing Maurandya semperflorei 

snap-dragon-flowered . . antirrhiniflora 

Meadowrue, alpine Thalictrum alpinum 

columbine-leaved . , . . . 

— purple-flowering aquilegifolium 

Meadcw^affrcr. chequer-flow j Colchicim variegatum 

crocus-flowered - 

Meadow saxifrage, dichotomous Seseli c 
gummy .... gummiferum 

Mediek. rit , i'T.].m--i-,Hitfd Medicau-o car>tien>i- 

Melaleuca, decussate Melaleuca decussata 

oleander-leaved neriifolia 

thyme-leaved thymifolia 

sui'l.'n'.L: Melanthium viride 

many-flowered monopetalum 

rush-like junceum 

star-flowered spicatum 

yellow — uniflorum 

Melasphzerula, grass-leaved . . . Melasphserula gramine 

; . ; . • 

Commerson's granulosa 

corymbosus corymbosa 

large, blue-fruited hirta 

— osbeckia-like 



Melastoraa, villous 

- woolly-leaved . . . 

Melianthus, small Melianthus minor 

Melilote, trefoil Trifolhun caT.ileun 

Melodiuu-. i:.i.-t Indian Melodinu* innnoirvi 

.Mcnt/.dia, few-seeded Mentzelia . .;■-;»-[ u- 1- 

Menzie^ia, Carolina Mcnziesia tViTuirinr 

Metrosideros, !>Tecn-h\>\\ered .. MetroMderns \ nidi 

- rough his])ida 

reon, Neapolitan Daphne collina 

Michauxia, rou^h-leaved . MkIiiun i ii| i n 

mi- sweet-scented) . 

Reseda \ Uost ' dil u(lo,llta 

Milfoil, silvery-leaved Achillea claven.x 

Milkvetelu Moiitpelier Astra-rains mon-jie- 

Milkwort, hitter .'.'.' Poh _ 

- hox-leaved ■ chanuebaxu 

- heart-leaved cordifolia 

- heath-leaved Heisteria 

- officinal, or rattle- ) 

nake root $ senega 

- opposite-leaved oppositifolia 

- shewy speeiosa 

- spear-leaved hracteolata 

- stipuled stipulacea 

.);. --teinmed Mim»a puhe-eens 

- myrtle-leaved m\ i -rif.dia 

Mimulus, Langsdorffs .... 

Mirhelia, net-leaved Mirbelia re 

Molucca Balm, smooth Molucella 1 

Momordica, tuberculated. . 
Monarda, crimson 

Monkey-flower, narrow-leaved . Mimulus ringens 

nsonia, broad-leaved Monsonia lobata 

Moonseed, Canadian Menispermum Canadense 

Moraa, blueish-flowered ciliate. Morsea ciliata, 6. 

- branching raniosa 

- brown-flowered tenuis 

- ciliate-leaved ciliata, «. 

- curled-leaved crispa, y. 

- dwarf papilionacea 



MYirv.t. equal-flowered Morsea collina, a. 

European, or Spanish nut sisyrinchium 

flexuous flexuosa 

long-clawed ■ unguieulata 

long-flowered lonjriflora 

long-leaved edulis 

orange-coloured Pavonia 

perennial-leaved ■ iridioides 

rolled-leaved angusta 

short-spathed crispa 

spiral-flowered spiralis 

straw-coloured, equal-) collina 

three-petal-like tripetala 

trident-petaled . 

yellow-flowere 

yellow, trident-petaled . tricuspis, y. 

Moutan, single-flowered Psconia moutan 

Mullein, borage-leaved Verbascum myconi 

cut-leaved pinnatifidum 

purple-flowered ...... Phceniceum 

oval-leaved ovalifolium 

Musk, hyacinth, yellow Muscari moschatum 

MussEenda, Chinese Mussaenda pubescens 

Myoporum, small-leaved Myoporum parvifolium 

procumbent debile 

Myrtle, globe-berried Myrtus disticha 

South-Sea, large-leaved. Leptospermum grandifoliui 

woolly-leaved tomentosa 

Nandina, garden Nandina domestica 

Narcissus, Cyprus, or Double) XT . . ., 

D om ' " t Narcissus orientalis, ... 

hoop-petticoat Bulbocodium 

Italian, or paper-white. papyraceus 

jonquil-scented bifrons, «. 

jonquil-scented compressus 

large yellow Spanish. . . major 

of the Levant orientalis, y. 

cream-coloured orientalis, @. 

many-flowered orientalis 

Macleay's — Maclaii 

narrow-leaved angustifolius 

narrow-leaved triiohus 

pale, cupped, white orientalis, «. 

pale-flowered papyraceas 

polyanthus Tazetta 

— slender tenuior 

— two-flowered biflorus 



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365 


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352 


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flowered Narcissus triandrus 

. gr . eat . e . r .! n . dkn i Tro p^ oiiim *«*» 

Navel-wort, bent-flowered .... Cotyledon curviflora 

blue Cynoglossum omphalode 

round-leaved Cotyledon orbiculata 

sparkling Cotyledon coruscans 

Nauclea, myrtle-leaved Nauclea Adina 

Nemnpbila.'Arkansian Nemophila pbacelioides 

Ncottiu, frosted-flowered Neottia orohinides 

glandulous glandulosa 

nodding-flowered cernua 

spotted-leaved ■ acaulis 

tall elata 

Nerine, pale-pink Nerine pulcbella 

rose-coloured rosea 

Nettle, imbosoraed Urtica involucrata 

net-leaved reticulata 

New Jersey, Tea Ceanotbus Americanos 

Nicandra, physalis-like Nirandra pbysaloides 

Nigbt-sbadc'Balbis's Solanum Balbisii 

■ Lambert's N\ (•t-.-i-iiuu Ama/unimn 

lance-leaved Solanum laaceelafeam 

orange-tborned pyraeaothani 

— plane-tree-leaved p 

Seaforth's .Seak.rthiauuh. 

white-margined marginatum 

Nolana, trailing Nolana prostrata 

iolet-colored paradoxa 

Nut, Malabar lusticia Adbatoda 

-',... vni Nu tailia digitata 

(Edera, proliferous (Edora prolifera 

Oenothera, anomalous (Enothera anomala 

corymbous corymbosa 

dwarf pumila 

long-flowered longiflora 

pubescent,great-flowered grandiflora, 0. 

purple purpurea 

rose-colored rosea 

shrubby fruticosa 

slender twigged tenella 

sweet-scented, var odorata, $. 

white-flowered tetraptera 

Oleander, flesh-colored Neriiuu odorum, y. 

Rosebay, double,) odorum. 

cented S 

Olive, sweet-scented Olea fragrans 

( >:.i-idium. two-leaved Oncidium bifolium 



Oncidium, zig-zag Oncidium flexuosuni 

i, the common, var Allium cepa, &. 

- Welch fihtulosuin 

Onobrvehi-., imrrf.v- leaved, > 

llussian \ Astragalus onohrychis, var 

ma, golden-flowered Onosma taurica 

- Siberian simple siinnliris>ima 

Opera girls Mautisia saltah.ria 

" " )xylum, three-leaved Ophioxylum aerpentinum 

Ophrys, black spider Ophrys'araehnites 

Oplotheca, Florida Oplotheca I 

Orange-lilv, umbel-flowered, > T ... 

bulb-bearing f Lllmm bulbiferum, 0. 

Orchis, long-spurred Orchis longicornid 

Ornithogalum, golden. . Ornithogaluiu an renin 

Ornbu^, early flowering Orobus vermis 

tium, Japan Orontium Japonicum 

ie, evergreen Sedum anaeampseros 

ma, leaf-clasped Othoiuia ampiexieanlK 

- pinnated pinnata 

- wormwood-leaved pectinata 

< Kalis, crimson Oxalis rosea 

- lohed-leaved lobatum 

- red-flowered rubella 

Ox-eye, silky Buphthalmum sericeum 

Oxyanthus, tube-flowered Oxyanthus spoeiosus 

Oxylobium, heart-leaved < Jxyluhunn ordindium 

- tall arl,, ; < mvu, 

Oxytropis, hairy Oxytropis p3osa 

- Lambert's Lamberti 

Pachysandra, trailing Pachysandra procumbens 

Pceony, Chinese tree, or Moutan Preonia moutan 

— papave-> moutan> var . 

- crimson peregrina 

- daurica daurica 

downy pubens 

- eatable, Chinese edulis, r. sinensis 

-jag-leaved, Siberian ... anomala 

erod sessiliflora 

- single-flowered common officinalis 

- white-flowered albiflora 

Pal it'oxia, lavenfler-b.-aved Palafoxia linearis 

Palma Christi Ricinus communis 

Palmetto, swamp Sabal Adansoni 

Panax, or Ginseng, five-leaved . Panax quin.|uet'oiia 

Pancratium, Amboyna Pancratium Amboynense 



Pancratium, fan-leaved Pancratium distichum 

golden Amancaes 

Illyrian Illyricum 

sea-shore, lesser littorale, /3. 

West Indian Caribamm 

Paper mulberry tree Broussonetia papvriiVra 

Parthenium, cut-leaved Parthenium hysterophoru 

Pasque-flower, pale spread-> Anemone pratensis, 0. 

pale-flowered meadow . . patens 

Passerina, great-flowered Passerina grandiflora 

FVsiou-tlower, squaiv-stalked. . Passiflora quadrangularis 

fringe-leaved ciliata 

Princess Charlotte's racemosa 

palmate filamentosa 

silky-leaved holoserieea 

stinking fcetida 

Patersonia, long-scaped Patersonia glauca 

- silky sericea 

sweet, or vetchling Lathyrus odoratus 

- Tangiers tingitanus 

^alpine Pyrus a 

Pelargonium, night smelling) p ekr(ron 
" pwort-leaved § 6 

— fleshy-leaved 11 

— thick stemmed dfeyeau&M 

IV!iir.H v of Spain Anthemis pyrethruv 

Pelk»an*he», dwarf Peliosai 

Penstemon, bell-flowered Penstemon campani 

broad-leaved, hairy pnfcBMMU 

Foxglove, like digitalis 

Nuttall's glabra 

Pepper, dwarf, pointed-leaved . . Piper 

.vod PeriUa, oeymoides 

Pergularia, bloody-juiced Perpulari; 

IVripl .*• .. common Periploca 

Periwinkle, herbaceous 

Madagascar 

Persicaria, tall Polygon! 

Persoonia, linear-leaved Persoonia 1. 

Petalo^temon, purple-flowered . Petalostemon i 

.' Petrea vohibilN 

Petunia, hir^-isou ■ ml Petn ; 

.\,m Liliago 




Phalangium, lesser grass-leaved Phalangium, liiniirn, .-. 

Pharnaceum, hoary Pharmu-enm iiu-aimm 

Pliuvlopsis. long-leaved Ph;;vlo>>si> bmunfnlia 

Philadelphia, Carolina, scentie^ Phii'adelplms inodorus 
ijrmock) 

> ■ coronaris 

Philydrum, woolly Philydrm h j, o 

— lamp wick Lychnites 

—■ lion's tail Leonurus 

— tuberous tuberosa 

Phlox, awl-leaved Pblox subulata 

— creeping 1 reptans 

— fine-leaved sa'tacea 

— flesh-coloured carnea 

— Frazer's hairy pilosa, var. 

— hairy pilosa 

PhvrclU. fiery, var Phycella ignea 

IMiylica. heath-leaved Phvlica ericoides 

Phvlhmthus, shining-leaved Ph'vllantlms turbinatus 

PbyMc-nur, liddle-leaved Jatropha p 

mma, three-flowered . 
Phytolacca, tall Phytolacca i 

lea, flax -leaved 

— rose-coloured 

Pimento, long-leaved Myrtus pimenta 

Pimpernel, broad-leaved Anagallis latifolia 

— Italian Monelli 

— shrubby fruticosa 

Pine apple, narrow-leaved, wild Bromelia sylyestris 

— the queen ananas 

, alpine Dianthus alpinus 

mam"** 1 :. .°. r . ?7.T. . \ — barbatus 

— Carthusian, var Cart 

— ( MeaMkfl Caucaseus 

— China, or Indian Chinensis 

— cluster-headed atrorubens 

— field campestris 

— Georgian orientalis 

— long-scaled 

— narrow-petaled 




— two-flowered 

— white-flowered .... 
Podolobium, holly-leaved . . 
Poke, Virginian 

n-oak, rooting Khus toxico< 

Polygonum, curled Polygonum 

Pomaderis, oval- leaved Pomaderis e 

— woolly lanif 

Pomegranate, common, A. B. . . Punica gran; 

-dwarf -nana 

Pontederia, heart-leaved Pontederia c 

Poppy, Caucasean Papaver Cai 



- orange-coloured naked 



\— ' 



- prickly .\rgemone iuexican 

india, great-flowered .... Portlai 
PotentiUa, or cinquefoil Clu-> p otentiUa Cluskna 

large- flowered grandiflora 

Pothos, arrow-leaved Pothos sagittata 

five-leaved 

stinking, or scunkweed. ftetida 

> sweet-scented odorata 

i d . . . . Prenanthes alba 



Rampion, betony-leaved Phytenma IwtpriidfeKa 

— liorned — . cordatu 

— Boheuchzer's Schenehzeri 

Raspberry, flowering Ruhus odoratus 

Ilauwolfia, three-leaved Rauwnltia ternifolia 

Reaumuria. Iivperinmi-Iike . . . . Reauinuria livjierieniil-^ 

Redwood, St." Helena Pentapetes erythroxyhm 

Restharrow, round-leaved Ononis mtund'itolia 



— yellow-flowered natrix 

Rhamnus, I. road-leaved Azorian Rhamnus latifolia 

ia, Viirinian Rhexia Virjriniea 

RhipsaHs, platrrort-like Rhipsalis nBeoraHet 

Rhododendron, Carolina, dot-,' 



Rivi 



. Rhodora Canadensis 






V Robinia. dutim-a 

e halodendron 

Rocket, nig-lit-smelling- Hesperis tristis 

Roella. prickly Roella ciliata 

Rom, Austrian Rosa lutea 



i y.-r.„ 



- IJauk. 



■ bramble-flowered , 

- hispid stemmed.., 

- Lawrence's , 

■ Macartney , 

■ mossed 

- Pompone 



! Rose campion, umbelled . 
1500 Roxbunrhia, -loriosi-leav, 
•J:il<» Rudbeckia, frasrrant. pimu 



. AgTostemma Flos Jov 
. Roxlnirarlita edoriosa 
, Rudbeckia pinnata 



Rudbeckia, small-hairy Rudbeckia fulgida 

I Rue, broad-leaved Thalictrum aquilegifolium 

large-flowered, flax- ) . . 

leaved... \ ^P""™ 

• narrow-leaved Ruta angustifolia 

Ruellia, splendid Ruellia formosa 

Rulingia, cloth-leaved Rulingia pannosa 

Rushbroom, leafless Viminaria denudata 

Russellia, many-flowered Russellia multiflora 

Sal.al dwarf, or swamp Palmetto Sabal Adansoni 

Sabbatia, dicliotomous Sabbatia calycosa 

Sage, azure-flowered Salvia azurea 

Forskohls Forskohlei 

— germander chama;drioides 

golden aurea 

Hablitz's Hablitziana 

Indian Indica 

long-bracted, or Clary . — braeteata 

nodding nutans 

shining-leaved formosa 

two-coloured bicolor 

Saint John's wort, broad- ) „ ™ 

leaved Olympian $ Hypericum Olymp.cum, 0. 

Chinese — 

large-flowered — 

myrtle-leayed — 

Salmea, climbing Salmea s 

Samyda, rose-coloured Samyda : 

Sandwort, mountain Arenaria 

Sanicle, bear's ear Cortusa matthioli 

Sanseviera, Chinese Sauseviera sessiliflora 

long-tubed longiflora 

Sarophyllum, Cape Sarcophyllum •■arnoswn 

- dbul (e Sa-aiujua camellia 

Satyrium, Cape Satyrium carneum 

leathery-leaved coriifolium 

Savanna flower, larger Echites suberecta, #. 

nodding nutans 

Saw-wort, five-leaved Serratula quinquefolia 

one-flowered simplex 

purple-scaled pulchella 

S.L\ifi'a--. iiodder-like Saxifrage cusoutifurmls 

round-leaved rotundifolia 

shining-calyxed ■ ceratopbylla 

Virginian Virginiensis 

Scabious Caucasean Scabiosa Caucasea 



Scalia, knapweed Scalia jaceoides 

Sehi>amlra, scarlet-flowered . . . Sehisandra coccinea 

Sehizanthus, spreading Sehizanthus pnrri<rens 

winged-leaved [.inuatus 

Schizopetalon, Walker's Schizopetalon Walkeri 

Schotia, broad-leaved Schotia tamarindifolia 

Scorzonera, Tangier Scorzonera Hngitana 

Screw-tree, nut-leaved Helicteres Isora 

Scutellaria, lar^e-flowered Scutellaria grandiflora 

daffodil, balsam-scented . . . Pancratium speciosum 

broad spear-leaved .... amcenum 

lavender, sbewv Statice conspicua 

spatule-leaved spathulata 

onion, common red-rooted . Ornitlioiralum squilla 

Sea-side laurel, mountain Xylopbylla montana 

Sedum, bastard Sedum spurium 

- houseleek-like sempervivoides 

- opposite-leaved 

j, oval -beaded Selago ovata 

Selfheal, broad-leaved Prunella grandiflora, «. 

- great-flowered grandiflora 

., scorpion Coronilla emerus 

i, globe-flowered Septas globifera 

Sesamum, Indian, or oily grain Sesamum Indicum 
Seseli, shining Seseli divaricatum 

ium, purslane-leaved .... Sesuvium portalaeafltgM 
Sheepsbeard, great-flowered . . . Arnopogon c 

Sbeepsbit, perennial Jasione perennis 

: Sida cris'ata 

ear-stipuled aurita 

shuttlecock periptera 

hook-leaved variolaris 

yellow flava 

Sisyrinchium, grass-leaved .... Sisyrinchium gTamineur 

- iris-leaved iridioides 

- loose-flowered laxum 

- narrow-leaved tenuiflorum 

Skullcap, tall Scutellaria altis-dma 

- yellow-flowered orientalis 

Slipperwort, corymbose Calceolaria corymbosa 

- Fothergill's FothergiBn 

- pinnated pinnata 

- sage-leaved rugosa 

- scabious-leaved scabiossefolia 

;ina, northern Smilacina borealis 

oval-leaved umbellata 

i, trlaucous-leaved Smilax glauca 

- herbaceous herhacca 



Snake-gourd Trieosaathes aikguinea 

Snake s-bcard, Japan Ophiopogon Japonicus 

Snap-dragon, heart-leaved Antirrhinum asarina 

three bird-bearing triornithoph 

Snowberry Symphoria racemosa 

Snowdrop, Clusius> Calanthus plicatus 

Snowdrop-tree, four winged . . . Halesia tetraptera 

Snowflake, autumnal Leucojum autumnale 

i . .... — vernum, j3. 

spring vernum' 

Soap-aloe, largest common Aloe saponaria, ft 

Soap-wort, common Saponaria vaecaria 

■ basil ocymoides 

Solander, great-flowered Solandra gramlifiom 

green-flowered viridiflora 

Soldanella, alpine . Soldanella alpiua 

Solomon's-seal, cluster-flowered Convallaria racemosa 

wing-podded tetraptera 

Sevctbcft, rush-leaved Sowerbea juncea 

Sparaxis, streak-flowered Sparaxis grandiflora, (3. 

three-colored tricolor 

Sparmannia, African Sparmannia African* 

Sparrow-wort, shaggy Passerina hirsuta 

Speedwell, cross-leaved Veronica decussata 

fine-cut , multifida 

perfoliate perfoliata 

orchis-flowered orchioides 

vein-flowered — gentianoides 

Sphrerolobium, twigiry Splnerololuuin vimineKin 

Spider-wort, branching ... Phalangium raniosum 

crest-bunched Tradescantia erifltata 

purple-leaved discolor 

tuberous-rooted crassifolia 

Spielmannea, Ilex-leaved Spielmannea Af'rieanu 

Spiirelia. Maryland Spigelia Marilandica 

Spilanthes, saffron-flowered Spilanthes crocata 

Spindle-tree, broad-leaved Euonymus latifolius 

■ly Spiraea bella 

three-leaved trifoliata 

- -colored Sprengelia incarnata 

Spurge, broad-leaved Euphorl.i R 

emetic Ipecacuanha 

long-stalked petiolaris 

pye-ballcd variegata 



Bethlehem Narhonne . . Ornithooralum Narbonense 

one-leaved unit'olium 

revolute-flowered revolutum 

rush-leaved .... juncifolium 

thyrse-flowered . thyrsoides 

Chinese Astranthus Cochinchinensis 

Starpheta, changeable Stachytarpheta mutabilis 

Starwort, fine-rayed Aster alwartensis 

fluted-stemmed liratus 

musk-scented argophyllus 

reflex -leaved reflexua 

shrubby frutieulosus 

:h-leaved .... Stenochilus glabei 



- t'.;u- (l 



Strvi i. h. |» :■-■!■] • like ... 

hyssop-leaved byssoptfefia 

seven-cleft pedata 

Stoboea, carthamus, like Stoba>a pinnata 

Stock, dark-flowered Cheirantlms tristis 

Stonecrop, blue-flowered Seduni caeruleura 

■ poplar-leaved popuhfoliuni 

Storax, smooth Styrax Uevigatum 

StMrksl.ill di-eelou,, black- > _ . . ... 

flowered § Pelargonium dioicum 

Strawberry, one-leaved Fragaria monophylla 

Strawberry-tree, oriental Arbutus andrachne 

Teueriffe Canadensis 

entire-leaved. . unedo, c, 

Strelirzia, canna-leaved Strelitzia regina 

Strumaria, glittering-flowered.. Strumaria crispa 

spiral-stalked spiralis 

Struthiola, long-tubed Struthiola longiflora 

Stylidium, fine-leaved Stvlidium tenuit'olium 

grass-leaved .... — ■ — ■ graminifoliuui 

Styphelia, cluster-flowered Styphelia triflora 

Sunflower, dark -purple-eyed Helianthus atrorubens 

many-flowered multiflorus 

Missouri diffusus 

narrow-leaved angustifolius 

ronillifolia 
Swallowwort, almond-leaved . . . Asclepias nivea 

variegated variegata 

Sweetpea, perennial Lathyrus l 

Sweet-William Dfcmthus barbatus 

Tacea, entire-leaved Tacca integrifolia 



Talinum, reflex-flowered . 

'J'aii-\ . fan -leaved 

Tea-tree, Bohea. 
Templetonia, glaucous-leaved . 




mema, crimson Trichonema speciosum 

— rose-coloured roseum 

Trillium, funnel-flowered Trillium erithrocarpum 

upright erectum 

white-flowered, up- > g 

right stalked $ erectum, p. 

toma, glaucous-leaved Tritoma media 

serrulate-leaved uvaria 

Tritonia, bending-flowered Tritonia rochensis, «. 

— copper-coloured deusta 

— curled-leaved crispa 

— greenish-flowered viridis 

— late-flowering miniata 

— lessor-trumpet rosea, h'. K. fst i 

— long-flowered longiflora, £. y, 

— long-tubed capensis 

— open-flowered fenestrata 

— sweet-scented squalida 

Triumfetta, annual Tfiumfetta annua, /S. 

Tr01 dltS ^"^ Tropcotam pcregrinum 

Troxiinou. daueous-Leaved Troximon glaucum 

ipet-flower, ash-leaved. . . . Bignonia radjcane 

— Chamberlayne's ( h> 

— Chinese grandiflora 

d capreolata 

— hook-tendrilled unfiata 

— Norfolk island Pandora: 

Tuberose, common Polyanthes tuberosa 

Tulbagia, narcissus-leaved Tulbagia alliaeea 

Tulip, Cape Melantbium uniflorum 

— claramond Tulipa suaveolens, 8. 

— Clusius's Clusiana 

— early dwarf suaveolens 

Tulip tree, common Uriodendron tulipifera 

Tupistra, Amboyna Tupistra squalida 

Turmeric, aromatic Curcuma zedoaria 

Turnera, narrow-leaved Turnera augustifolia 

V r enice, mallow-flowered trioniilora 

Turnsole, or Heliotrope, Indian Heliotropium Indicum 

large -flowered corymbosum 

Peruvian — 

Umbrella-wort, viscid Oxybaphi 

Uvularia, brown flowered Uvularia 

— green-flowered, downy . — 

— large yellow grandiflora 

— perfoliate perfoliata 




Venus s looking glass . . . 
Veratrum, dark-flowered . 
Verbesina, oil-seed 

wing-stalked . . 

Vernonia, zig-zag. 

Vervain, Lambert* 



Vanda Roxburghii 
Veltheimia glauca 
Companula speculum 
Veratrum nigrum 



three-leaved triphylla 

upright stricta 

Vestia, boxthorn-like Vestia lycioides 

Vetch, fine-leaved Vicia tenuifolia 

saintfoin onobrychoides 

shrubby Ettppoereplg btlearii 

Viburnum, oval-leaved Viburnum nudum 

Vine, kanguru Cissus antarctica 

male, sweet-scented Vitis riparia 

\ "i..lt 't, out-leaved Viola pedata 

- hollow-leaved - 



Virgin's-bower, Am 



s-> Scorzonera purpurea, £. grandi- 
. $ flora 

. . . Virgilia intrusa 
. . . capensis 

. . . Clematis c 



Wachendorfia, dingy-flowered 

panicled 

panicled, Naples . . 

tall " 




:' i brevifolia 



Wall-flower, Armenian Cheiranthus Armeniaetts 

changeable mutabilis 

ah .... . Embothrium speciocissimu 

Water lily, blue Nymphrea crerulea 

changeable versicolor 

cup-flowered. ....... nitida 

Egyptian, or Lotus lotus 

2058 large-flowered, starry stellata, 0. 

1525 pigmy ■ pygmsea 

1280 red-flowered rubra 

1364 ■ rose-coloured rubra, 0. rosea 

sweet-scented — odorata 

three-coloured advena 

nnia, aletris-like Watsonia aletroides 

lake coloured hnmilis 



largest Merian s, or) 

scarlet Tuberose \ meriana > * 

lesser, broad-leaved. . marginata, & 

long-spiked • marginata 

long-tubed rosea alba, «. 

variegated rosea alba, & 

scarlet. Bag-leaved. . . iridifolia 

short-leaved brevifolia 

small-flowered pltotagfaiea 

Whortleberry, box-leaved Yaceinium buxifolium 

bushy dumosum 

Madeira Arctostaphylos 

red-flowered, clammy . . resinosuni, -2. 

red-twigged, decumbent 

shining-leaved diffusum 

thick-leaved cra^sitnliuiu 

Willow herb, fine-branched .... Lythruin viryatmn 

narrowest-leaved.. Kpilobii 

Winter cberry, clammy-berried. Hu>ali 
Winter green, spotted-leaved . . Pvrola 

umbelled 

Witsenia, corvmbose 

Wolf's-bane, Carpathian . . . 

hook-flowered 

pale yellow 

- .-■:■■ 

1318 Woodbine, yellow-flowered Lonicera flava 

2146 Woodruff, Arcadian , \sperula Areailien-i- 

1549 Wood-sorel, five-fingered Oxalis pentaphylla 

— goat's foot caprina 

— lobe-leaved lobata 

— red-flowered, variable . . variabilis, t\ l 




Wood-sorel, rose-coloured Oxalis rosacea 

stripe-flowered versicolor 

white-flowered, variable. variabilis, v. albifl. 

Wormgrass, annual Spigelia antheliniiitica 

Wormwood, biennial Artemesia biennis 

Wulfenia, Carinthian Wulfenia Carinthiaca 

Xerantbemum, brown-tipped. . . Xerantbemum variegatuni 

great, yellow-flowered. . fulgidum 

superb sesamoides, var. 

X\ Iopbylla, hioad-leaved Xylophylla latifolia 

Xyris, cup-fruited . Xyris operculata 

Zamia, broad-leaved Zinnia furfuracea 

dwarf inteprrifuliji 

least pygmsea 

small-leaved pumilla mas. 

Zanthmi/a parslev-leaved, or > r , , .,. ,. 

yellow root.. .. i Zanthonza appifoha 

shining-leaved .. Zantboxylui 
ZephjnsAhes, keel-leaved Zephyrs ' 

- Peruvian ........ 

- rose-coloured 

Zieria, lanceolate Zieria Smithii 

Zinnia, lar^e-niuvered Zinnia hybrida 

-many-flowered mnbinVra 

- slender-flowered tenuiflora 

- violet-coloured elegans 

Ziziphora, hairy-headed Ziziphura l'< m-r-bkin 

- sweet-scented serphylho 



INDEX, 



THE LATIN NAMES OF THE PLANTS 
The First Fifty-Three Volumes of the 

BOTANICAL MAGAZINE, 

( OR OLD SERIES COMPLETE ) 

ARE ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED, 

Together with their English Names. 



x\.CACIA armata Acacia, simple-leaved, prickly 

deeipiens paradoxical 

discolor two-coloured-leaved 

linearis linear-leaved 

linifolia flax-leaved 

longifolia long-leaved 

longifolia, /3 thii'k-*pii<ed ; loii«--haved 

lophantha two-spiked 

meluiioxvlon black-wooded 

myrtifolia Mimosa, myrtle-leaved 

[Mimosa mvrtifolia.] 

nigricans Acacia, unequal-winged 

pubescens Mimosa, hairy-stemmed 

[Mimosa pubeseeng.] 
quadrangularis 

verticillata whorled-leaved 

[Mimosa verticillata.] 

Acanthus spinosus, Acanthus, prickly 

tvisCUS Ych;.:.i.. ■ 

mollis, « lobe-leaved, woolly 

Achillia clavena: Milfoil, silvery-leaved 

Achyranthes porrVei» Vchyranthes, crimson-headed 

■ imra Wolf s-1 



nitum ochroleuca Wolf's-bane, pale yellow 

uncinatum hook-flowered 

• septentrionale, (3. . . . Carpathian 

m/ia -eilluide,. W. est) v ... . .. ri 

I',.m ■hkinia soilloidc* . . . J Puschkl ™> squil-hke 

Adonis vernalis Adonis, spring 

. ' . > Knowltonia, blistering 
.Esculus macrostachya Horse-chesnut, small-flowered 

'•TESTES «£J —* —.-—«' 

umbellatus Agapanthus, African 

— lur'nla Agave, broad-leaved A era Cruz 

— Virginica spike-flowered 

sratum ccelestinum Ageratum, blue-flower 

, Mexicanum Mexican 

strictum upright 

ostemma coeli-rosa Cockle, sraootb-leaved 

coronaria rose 

Flos-Jovis Rose-campion, umbelled 

mia Capensis r .. Aitonia, Cape 

"""&£%££££$ S — i-, Pursta.e-.eaved 
Albuca exuviata Albuca, pale -flowered 

— major larger 

— physodes dingy-flowered 

— setosa bristly-rooted 

— \ iiiditluta grass-green 

Aletris Capensis Aletris, waved-leaved 

c^n f rfragr a „r:r/.^i DraCJena > sweet-scented 

"~Tetek^ L . "I Veltheimia > ^ucous-leaved 

ZSS^oSJtiJ!'.'.) Bo^t»ng-Hemp, African 

hyacinthoides, /3. L.) .,.. 

est Sanseviera Guineensis. \ Af " Can 

—^t^±^ Tritoma, lesser 

^raTnaovatrr. .!". j »—> «**»* 

Tr ™m°e S dia v. * 7?| Trit0ma > tf"™-**"* 

to"m U a V u r varia L . V.\ ^~\ serrulate-leaved 

Allamanda cathartica AUamanda, willow-leaved 

Alisma flava. L. est Limno-> f . , . ™ . . 

chads Plumieri \ **««"*™> P»u»»r » 



um altaicum. Pall, est ns-> 0n{m> Wdgh 

tulosum > 

ampeloprasuni Garlic, -reat round-headed 

ampeloprasum, purple, Cape 

angulosum angular-scaped 

hisuleum jonquil-leaved 

paniculatum rose-coloured 

eernuum bowed-umbeLW 

ciliatum hairy-leaved 

deseendens purple-headed 

fistulosum Onion, Welsh 

flavum Garlic, yellow 

inodorum Carolina 

tongwpathum. Red.) pale-flowered 

«<pallens S * , 

magicum Homer s 

moly yellow, or moly 

cepa Onion-Tree 

nutans Garlic, flat-stemmed 

obliquum twisted-leaved 

pallens pale-flowered 

pauiculatum pendulous-flowered 

— -ramosum. Jacq. est ) twisted-leaved 

obliquum ) 

roseum, (3 rose-coloured 

schcenoprasum Chives, larger 

senescens Garlic, narcissus-leaved 

spluerocephalum round-headed 

stellatum Missouri 

stellatum, white Missouri 

striatum streak-leaved 

[A. ciliatum] 

Tataricum Tartarian 

triquetrum three-edged 

vietorialis long- rooted 

»o aeinaeifolia Aloe, great scymitar-leaved 

- acinaciformis. De C. est} _ keel . leaved 

carinata S 

- albicans hard-leaved 

- arachnoides spider-footed-leaved 

- arachnoides, i3. pumila . . . dark-leaved spider 

- arachnoides, y. reticulata. . pale netted-leaved 

-arachnoides, I translu-> transparent-leaved 

- arborescens narrow-leaved sword 

-at.nuuta. Haw. est radula. rasp-leaved 

- hrevifolia. Haw. est mi- J least j^^ 

traformis $ 

__ egrfnata keel-leaved 

- cylindracea, (3. Lam. est) stiff-leaved 

rigida S 



Aloe qgtW - Lam., S ^ Aloe , roug h-flowered 

cymbiformis tender-leaved 

depressa 

■I ft, 3. L. es£ verrucosa warted 

disticha. Mill, est sapo-> 

naria, & ! . . J lar ^ est COmmon SOa P 

expanse. Haw. est rigida stiff-leaved 

ferox great hedge-hog 

glauca. Haw. est rho-> , . , . 

dacantha \ red-spined glaucous 

!irri.;ic.',i. Mill, est mar-) , . , 

garitifera \ least pearl 

humilis soft spined 

imbricata. Haw. est spi-) 

lingua, « 

lingua, /3. crassifolia thick-1 

margaritifera, 8. var. media • m 

maiuaritimni. y. minima . . least pearl 

rinata. W. est Phyl-) 

aloifolium v . § the Bo ™ hon 

■ rough-leaved cushion 

mitrseformis, /3. brevifolia . least mitre 

nitida polished 

obliqua. De C. est ma-) ' , 

culata,0 f s P otted 

— EtPl ':: .^fZ\ — ^ " 

perfoliate W. et H. K.) 

est Africans \ narrow sword-leaved 

rhodacantha 8 !'. JJ .*?,} red-spined glaucous 

arborescens narrow-leaved sword 

perfoliate, K Sp. PI.) 

es£ saponana $ * 

— succotrS £ .?;.! I ;.7.1 — iar ^ est soccotrine 

perfoliata, v. brevifolia.} 

H. K. est mitrseformis,?- least mitre 

var. brevifolia. ........ j 

I't-i-t'uliitta, „. saponaria.} 

H. K. 1. est saponaria,> largest common soap 

var. latifolia J 

serrulata saw-leaved 

perfoliata succotrine 

. purpuraseens largest soccotrine 




- uvaria, est Tritoma uvaria Tritoma, serrulate-leaved 
jrsia citrodora Orteg. est) V ervain, three-leaved 
Verbena tnphylla > 



Kcempferia galanga . 



Galangale 
Alpinii 



- 



ine montana. Vent. 
Arenaria montana. . . 
Alstrffimeria edulis. B. R. > Alstra > meria , po tatoe-root, 
st Salsilla S 

- ligtu striped-flowered 

- pelegrina spotted-flowered 

- pulchella speckled 

- pulchra fair 



Althaea Caribsea . 



frutex. Hort. est Hi-> 



Hollyhock, West Indian 
Hibiscus, Syrian 
Hollyhock, Seringapatam 
Alyssum, purple 



Alyssum saxatile Alyssum, yellow 

utriculatum bladder-podded 

Amaranthus speciosus Amaranths. sl.,u v 

Atama"! " ' " Ama ^ 1Iis ' streaked-flowered 

aurea Amaryllis, golden 

Australasica. B.R. est ) n > 

Crinum flacciduni . '..... 5 Cnnun », Macquarie 

belladonna. .......... Belladonna, lily 

? an j- a . "W" n ' Amai 7 m s> blusli-lily 

< andida. B. R. est) „ ' 

Zephyranthus Candida.. § Zephyranthes, Peruvian 

Capensis. L. est Hy-) 

poxis stellata \ Star-hypoxis 

crispa. J. et H.K. est) 

Strumaria crispa $ btumana, glittering-flowered 

curvifolia, Amaryllis, glaucous-leaved 

cvrr.u.rlmides cyrtanthus-like 

disticha. L. est Hse-i Haemanthus, fan-leaved, or poi- 

manthus tuxicanus $ son-bulb 

equestris Amaryllis, Barbadoes 

falcata. L. Her. est) 

Brunsvigia falcata ) Brunswick lily, sweet-scented 

tWmuH,M [1);l ....';;;.. U l y , Jacobean 

gigantea (Amaryllis > 

ornata, /3.) £ My, white, Cape coast 

= S?b: kv^-pi,- :>• Amaryffis - ■*««*— 

cella ignea, j3 .". . . I Phycella, fiery, glaucous 

— Josephine. Red. 'est) Brunswick-lily, or chandelier- 

*ia multiflora... J flower 

— 1 ^lriV';;n' Amaxjma ' lone ^ ed 

Brunsvigia falcata C Brunswick-Hly 

longifolia. W. est Cri-5 n . 

num Capense i Crinum, Cape 

lu * ea ' Amaryllis, yellow 

" m " il ™ Lak*-lilv, mountain 

multiflora. Britor. est) „ 

Brunsvigia multiflora . . . § Brunswick-lily 

Brunsvigia multiflora . . \ Brunswick-lily 

— J^ f Lily, white, Cape coast 

— numuv *W n Ara aryU?s! Gallon and white 
punulis. W. e«; Gas-> „ 4 

tronema clavatum. , 5 txastronema, striped-flowered 

E!!!- PUrea cinnabar-flowered 

~ re S? n£ e Lily,Mexican 

-r£ s -:;;;.;::::;;z=^r ,iowered 



a 



tubispatha Amaryllis, Mr. Griffin's 

^JlT^l'revoTula^ !!!( revoluta 

venusta poppy-coloured 

vittata , superb, or ribband 

c"yStSl8oWiquus'.. e *.^ C y rtanthus > oblique-leaved 

undulata Amaryllis, wave-flowered 

Amethystea ccerulea Amethyst, blue 

Ammobium alatum Ammobium, winged-stalked 

Am °Zh^e7 U zTr b umbeT.\ .^^ Gin S er > br o^-leaved 

Amorpha nana Bastard indigo, dwarf 

Amsonia salicifolia Amsonia, willow-leaved 

Amygdalus Indica, nana Almond, dwarf 

pumila don 1 1 le dwarf 

arachnoides Anacampseros, white-flowered 

.... Pimpernel, shrubby 
broad-leaved 

Kicatoriaj Knowltonia, blistering 

A ;:n;;t,^.f.! k :i ^a PP ie 

lisj -leaved 
Anchusa augustifolia, /3 Bugloss, purple-flowered, nar- 

Capensis Cape 

Barrelieri Barrelier's 

• ocbroleuca Alkanet, pale-flowered 

~~ 14^'o^Y:} Gromwe11 - yeUow 

undulata Bugloss, wave-leaved 

- Andersonia, sprengelia-like 

Andromeda arborea Andromeda, Tree, or sorrel-tree 

axillaris, jS fine notched-leaved 

-baccata. Wang, est) Whortle . berrVj red . flowered 

\ aecinium resmosum. . .) 

buxifolia Andromeda, box-leaved 

cassinifolia shining oval-leaved 

Catesbsei Catesby's 

calyculata, v. ventricosa globe-flowered calycled 

;.i.-i._r:i;..lKt. <■ ^1 Itec.j Whortle _ ber rv, thick-leaved 

est V accunumcrassitouum^ 



Andromeda mariana et ovalis . . Andromeda, oval-leaved Mary- 
pulvemlenta oval-leayed 

mTZ s LL\ml d . a :. \ 8hMn * 

Androsace coronopifolia Androsace, buckthorn-leaved 

villosa hairy 

Anemone alba Anemone, white 

alpina, a. alpine 

apiifolia. W. est alpina alpine 

hortensis 

narcissiflora 

palmata, y pale-flowered cycla- 

patens, )3 Pasque-flower, pale spreading- 

pratensis, '0 pale-flowered 

meadow 

sylvestris Anemone, snow-drop 

tluilictroides meadow rue-leaved 

Anigozanthus flavida Anigozanthus, russet-green- 

Anisomeles Malabarica Anisomeles, Malabar 

Ann t;rrox.. B :.. R :j *■**.*>** 

Annona tripetala Custard-apple, broad-leaved 

Ano tida"r^ta^;.r::h ida ' crested 

hattaJf?: C Z\ !!'. .^^i halbert-leaved Mexican 

Antennaria triplinervis Everlasting, Nepal 

Antlit hii- pyrethrum Pellitory of Spain 

Antbericum alooides Antbericum, aloe-leaved 

• asphodeloides. H. K. > glaucous-leaved 

est longiscapum } 

Albu X ca V exuv^ata IaCq ^i Albuca ' pale-flowered 

frutescens Antbericum, onion-leaved 

iiliastrum Antbericum, Savoy 

longiscapum glaucous-leaved 

mileflorum. Red. est) 

Artlimpodiuin paniculatum) 



Anthericum pugioniforine \nthericum, round-roote 

— ramosum. W. est Pha-> Spider . wort branching 

— revolutum 

Jac( l" I Helonias, narrow channel-leav 
■>sf Helonias beta ) ' 

— sulpliureum Anthericum, pale yellow 

— vesperthnim afternoon-flowering 

\, ; - • ' \ :;■■ ; ..■'..•.. . •! 

a'thiopica, B lesser scarlet 

"ZSH^^Si^^i ^atsonia, aletris-like 
cunonia Antholyza, scarlet-flowered 

Meriaua red-flowered 

TS ' E2&3 «>-*• rose-ca.oured, M* 

' quadrangularis. I 

-SsriS.r'.i — •-* »-* 

TjSTtaJtfc .!!'] Wa, 5 „ n ia, shelved 

Irats'SatetrrfdS ."'J small-flowered 

Merianella Antholyza, dwarf 

Anthyllis barba-Jovis Anthyllis, silver-leaved, or Ju- 

piter's-beard 

— Cretica Kidney- vetch, Cretan 

— erraacea prickly 

— Hermanniic lavender-leaved 

— tetraphylla Ladies'-finger, four-leaved 

Antirrhinum alpinum Toad-flax, alpine 

^^"eiSk"' ^ U \ tal1 broom - like 

purpureum ■ purple 

triornithophorum Snap dray'!, fhn r-f-iiu-ln-.u ia- 

triphyllum Toad-flax, three-leaved 

triste black-flowered 

viseosum clammy 

Aotus villoma Aotus, villous 

ri-i-tata Aji!nlamlr:i, dense-spiked 

N8 Lily-pink, rush-stalked 

Apucymim aii.livsu'miff.lium . .. P.^'s-bam-. tutsan-leaved 
Aponogeton angustifolium Aponogeton, narrow-leaved 

— distachyon fork-flowered 

coloured 



1221 






1-2-21 
22»> 

■j(N»; 


vulg. var. specios. H. 

K. est hybrida 

Arabia alpina 


two-coloured 

. Wall-cress, alpine 


■22 l U 






ID-.-, 
2il_>4 
I.-.77 


Amli;i !ii-ji'n!a 

Arbutus andrachne 

Canariensis 


. Aralia, hispid 

. Strawberry-tree, oriental 

Teneriffe 






2252 
2252 


calendula. L. est Cryp- 

tostemma calendulacea, « 

calendulacea. W. est 

Cryptostemma calendula- 


Cryptostemma, marigold-flow- 
— ■ marigold-flow- 








21*2 


















■2;k*,4 






K--77 
Ills 


solanacea 


.- -nightshade-like 


.'.'04 




2:\42 

2 4:; 


Argemone albiflora 

Mexicans 


. Argomono, white-flowered 
. Poppy, prickly 








r>05 
1277 


major. B. R. est capitata tallest 


I2:)l 












111.3 






nit; 












;»:;4 
I :;•;:» 


sipho 


. broad-leaved 


nw; 






1 74!) 






I«i2:i 
2472 
J.V.U 

U21 
820 


Arnopogon dalechampii 

Arthropodium cirratum 

Arum bicolor 


. Sheep's-beard, great-flowered 

. biennial 
, AtTl)ni|iu<linm, broad-leaved 

. panicled 

. Arum, two-coloured 


2508 
24;{-2 

JJ2M 

2^2 


bulbiferum 

Italicum 

spirale 


. bulb-bearing 

. spiral-flowered 








_*;;-_'4 






(Ml) 
902 


— triphyllumwar.Zebrinum zebra-flowered 

A " '\ ' ! '";' '" T ™ lle «l Snap-dragon, heart-leaved 
Antirrhinum Asanna . . .) * h ' ,ttt ' c 



Asclepias camosa Asclepias, thick-leaved 

— — rruticosa. . es mm f <;,,i n phoearpus, willow-leaved 

:■ tlCOSUB . . . ) r r 

_hybrida.Mich.e^vari-^ Swallow _ wortj variegated 

— nigra. L. est Cynan-> C ynanchum, black-flowered 
chum nigrum ) * 

— nivea Swallow-wort, almond-leaved 

Aspalathus araneosa Aspalathus, hairy 

— callosa oval-spiked 

— camosa fleshy-leaved 

— chenopoda goosefoot 

— eiliaris ciliated 

— pedunculate small-leaved 

.ragus termina is. . es ( j) ra <r 0U -tree J purple 
Dracaena ferrea S 

Asperugo divaricata. Mur. est) Gromwell eUow 
Lithospermum onentale) J 

Asperula Arcadieiisis Woodruff, Arcadian 

I Asphoxelus comosus. HorU Eucomigj str iped-leaved 
$ est fcucomis punctata. . . ) 

.... ''.-.'■:' • imi-leaved 

.... yellow, or King's-spear 

.... slender-leaved 

Aspidistra lurida Aspidistra, dingy-flowered 

Aster alpinus Aster, alpine 

. ftlwartensis Star-wort, fine-rayed 

fruticulosus shrubby 

liratus fluted- stemmed 

reflexus reflexed-leaved 

tenellus bristly-leaved 

i Astragalus, short-fruited 

lotoides. Lam. est sinicus umbellated 

monspessulanus Milk-vetch, Montpelier 

Onobrycbis, var Onobrychis, Russian narrow- 

pilosus. L. est Oxy-> t ; hairy 

tropis pilosa § 

sinicus Astragalus, umbellated 

stipularis broad-stipuled 

Astranthus Cochinchinensis . . . Star-flower, Chinese 

rophylla. W. est) Master _ wort) heUibore-leaved 

: .'!iii ^'>- ■ "■ 

Astiuiunia humifusum Astroloma, Juniper-leaved 

Athana-'iL annua Athanasia, annual 

s-bowcr, Austrian 

Americana American 

Capensis Ca P« 

Siberica Siberian 



Aucuba Japonica Aucuba, Japan 

Azalea calendulacea, a. Azalea, flame-coloured 

calendulacea, 8. crocea . orange-coloured 

hybrida hybrid, Rhododendron- 

Indica, 8 double rose-coloured 

Indian 

Indica, y clu>ter-rlo\vered Indian 

nudiflora, var. coccinea scarlet 

pontica yellow 

pontica, var Thompson's white 

EicHa Babiana, hyacinth-scented 

plicata sweet-scented 

rubro-cyanea Ixia, red blue 

sambucina Babiana, elder-flower-scented 

■ spathacea stiff-leaved 

stricta, « dark blue-flowered up- 
right 

stricta, upright 

stricta, y ■ purple-flowered 

sulphurea pale-flowered 

tubiflora, a ■ long-tubed 

tubiflora, 8 long-tubed 

villosa crimson 

Bfeckia camphorata Bseckia, fragrant 

virgata twiggy 

Bseobotrys Indica Breobotrys, Indian 

la Banksia, rival 

latifolia broad-leaved 

marginata green-flowered 

Barleria eristata Barleria, crested 

Bartonia decapetala Bartonia, ten-petaled 

Bauera rubioides Baurea, madder-leaved 

Bauhinia porrecta Mountain- Kbony. smooth-leavr.i 

Beaufortia decussata Beaufortia, splendid 

liana Begonia, two-coloured 

Bellidiastrum alpinum. M. est ) Arnica d a i sv _i e aved 

Arnica Bellidiastrum . . . $ ' ' y " 

Bellis annua Daisy, lesser 

rTpkn em ! 5S mr ' " iaj0r | ^ eat d0uWe 

sylvestris large Portugal 

Berberis aristata Berberry, Chitrian 

fascicularis fasciculated 

Berckheya ciliaris. W. est Cul-> Cullumiaj ciliated 

lumia ciliaris $ 

grandiflora Berckheya, large-flowered 

Besleria pulchella Besleria, striped-flowered 

Betonica grandiflora Betony, great-flowered 



Betonica incana Betony, rose-coloured 

^t:i™"i Tn, m pe t -«owe r , Norfolk-,*,,,, 

capreolata four-leaved 

Catalpa. H. K. est > c . 

Catalpa syringifolia . . . .§ Latal P a > common 

Chamberlaynii Trumpet-flower, ChamWrlayn * 

Chinensis. Lam. est ) r , • 

grandiflora $ ^'""ese 

H K nd T. .?*. ?!! t . r . aU ^ Norfolk-island 

radicans ash-leaved 

uncata hook-tendrilled 

Ballardiera longiflora Billardiere, blue-berried 

mutabilis changeable-flowered 

Biscutella hispida Buckler's-mustard, hispid 

Bixa Orellana Bixa, heart-leaved, or Anotta 

Blakea triuervia Blakea, three-ribbed 

Blandfordia nobilis Blandfordia, showy 

IJI.-ria Tankervilla Bletia, Lady Tankervill's 

Blitmn virgatum Elite, strawberry 

Boceonia eordata Boceonia, heart-leaved 

Boltonia asteroides Boltonia, starwort-flowered 

glastifolia wood-leaved 

BOm me e ria S Sal L sma!!^ A l S . t " < r^ Alstrameria, potatoe-rooted 

BOm ^C?roh"n 1 mo^i Carolinea > lesser 

Borago laxiflora Borage, bell-flowered 

Borbonia crenata Barbonia, heart-leaved 

ruscifolia butcher's -broom-leaved 

tit Boronia, hawthorn- scented 

linophylla narrow-leaved 

prostrata procumbent 

seolopendria flat-stemmed 

Hi Bouvardia, three-leaved 

; ilia Brachysema, broad-leaved 

Braehystelma tuberosa Brachystelma, tuberous-rooted 

Brassia maculata Brassia, spotted- flowered 

Briza maxima Quaking-grass, great 

Brafiea brioidea Brodisea, Ixia-like 

Bromelia Ananas Pine-apple, the queen 

pyramidalis pyramidal-flowered 

sylvestris narrow-leaved wild 

— zebrina Bromellia, white-barred 

Broussonetia papyrifera Paper-mulberry-tree 



LATIN INDEX. 

Browallia demissa Browallia, spreading 

elata tall 

Bruufelsiu Americana Bntnfclsia, American 

Brunsvigia faleata Brunswick-lily, sweet-scented 

Josephine?, y. — Tate's variety of 

Bryonia quinqueloba Bryony, five-fingered Cape 

ISryoj.ln Hum calycinum Bryophyllum, pendulous-flow- 

Bubon galbanum Bubon, lovage-leaved 

***%£$££?.$ Cyrim " «-**»-* 

viscosa clammy 

hKismoides.L'Her. ) „ ... _ 

est Lycium Japonicum. . J Buckthorn, Japanese 

lobosa Buddlea, round-headed 

Bulbine Asiatica. Gsert. est ) „ . , 

Crinum Asiaticum \ Cr ™> lar ^ est 

H. CI. est) . tl . . . . 

lt escens. . \ Anthencum, omon-leaved 

m Bulbocodium, vernal 

sericeum Ox-eye, silky 

Burchellia bubalina Burchellia, Cape 

Brtrsaria Epinosa Bttrsaria, thorny 

Cacalia coccinea Cacalia, scarlet-flowered 

Cactus flagelhtormis Cereus, creeping 

nigricans. Haw. est C.) T ,. - , ,, , . , 

Tuna var. nigricans. . . .\ I^n-fig, lesser black-spmed 

opuntia Tuna. Dec. > , , , , . , 

«<C.Tuna.t»«r.nigricans5' leSSCr Wack - s P med 

phyllanthoides , rose-flowered 

polyantbos Cactus, free-flowering 

phyllanthus spleenwort-leaved 

speciosa. B. R. est ) T 7 . - „ . 

phyllanthoides \ Indmn-fig, rose-flowered 

>e '* Torch-thistle, crimson-flowered 

us, triangular, or 
y-pear 

truncatus Cactus, ringent-flowered 

Tuna var. nigricans . . . Indian-fig, lesser black-spined 

^„r«!f iS ' HaW ' " " j common dwarf 

Caladium bicolor Caladium, two-coloured 

grandifolium large-leaved 

— seguinum, /3 poisonous, < 



V„l 


W». 


94 


1409 


35 


1436 


53 


2615 


50 


2418 


10 


348 


50 


2405 


2 


41 


52 


2523 


.-.(> 


2405 


42 


1734 


45 


I'M 


48 


2218 


12 


40s 


21 


S32 


4!» 


2279 


43 


1831 


47 


.'107 




isn 




1925 


:;:. 


1002 


46 


2101 


4<; 


2100 


37 


1500 


14 


5i.;; 


13 


400 


46 


2047 


2 


42 




1054 


.V> 


2571 


52 


2.», 7 


39 


1670 


40 


20>0 


40 


L646 


53 


2040 


23 


912 


31 


1 25s 


•>4 


057 


Hi 


:>:> i 


31 


125s 


13 


444 


20 


782 


•>l 


811 




117 


24 


927 


18 


691 



LATIN INDE 



• -innate. Pers. est) Bryophyllum, 

Bryophyllum caleynum . S ered 
_- verea. Pers. est Co- J Naval . wort sco lloped-leaved 

tyledon creuaU S l 

Calanthe veratrifolia Calanthe, hellebore-leaved 

Calceolaria corymbosa Slipper-wort, corymbose 

FotherjrilHa FothenjiU's 

he.erophyllum.W.,^ scaMo „ s . Iea ,, 4 

scabiosseiolia J 

scabiostefolia scabious-leaved 

Calea lobata , . . . . Cnlea, yellow-flowered 

Calendula tragus, /3 Marigold, white-flowered, bei 

fog stalked 

chrysanthemifolia large-flowered 

tragus bending-stalked 

('alia .Ethiopica Calla, Ethiopian 

> ina Callicarpa, Malabar hoary 

Callicoma serratifolia Callicoma, saw-leaved 

( a!i~r .,hvs ovata Callistachys, oval-leaved 

^^^^^^dk^or 8 .^.'! Gakrdia ' ^ -^onreA 
Calostemma luteuin .......... Calostemma, yellow 

purpureum • purple 

as quadrifida Calothamnus, four-cleft 

Calycanthus floridus Allspice, Carolina 

precox . Japan 

Camellia axillaris Cam. 

nifolia ....!...". \ Waratah 

• Japonica, var. it Chandler's new 

Japonica, var. ? Knight's new Warata 

Japonica, var. myrtifolia myrtle-leaved 

sasanqua, 8 Sasanqua 

Cameraria dubia Cameraria, doubtful 

Campanula aggregate W. est) BeI1 . flower shewy 

speciosa ) ' 

—z££Tr.. l !:.T.\ — ""»"•— 

. allionii. Vill. est barbata bearded 

azurea Campanula, azure 

barbata Bell-flower, bearded 

Canadensis. L. est > Canarv 

Canarina campanula . . . ) ' 

Capensis Cape 

capitata clustered 

collina sage-leaved 

gracilis slender 



252 

2n:i2 


Campanula grandiflora 

infundibuliformis 


. Bell-flower, great-flowered 
. funnel-shaped 


-2.-,y.) 






25 M 
it 1 2 


lorei 

macrophylla. B. R. \ 

est alliariefolia £ 


. Pollini's 

large-leaved 


125/ 
397 


peregrina 

persicifolia, var. maxim 


. rough-leaved 

a peach-leaved great 


512 

172.4 

512 
512 


puroila 

punctata 

pusilla. Jacq. est pumi 

rotundifolia, j3. L. est} 


. <'ampaimla, dwarf 

. Bell-flower, spotted 

i, dwarf 


•2.;:,:; 












•;:,!. 






~I02 

1290 


speciosa 

speculum 

thyrsoidea 


3B Venus's 
. Bell-flower, long-spiked 


249* 






2.410 






2085 


Indica. (3.H. K.kW.i 


i = or !hotrmmon UCOU 


1968 

20*5 


iridiflora 


. Canna, nodding-flowered 


2323 

2;; 17 


pedunculata 


. peduncled 


291 

1550 
781 


( . [iparis speciosa 

(apraria undulata 

(.'"apritolium sempervirens. '. 
Mich, est Lonicera sem- 


. Caper, shrub 

. Capraria, wave-leaved 

Honeysuckle, great-trumpet 


is:;.-. 
|-:;r, 

2202 
4.-, 2 

104!* 

1366 

1391 

1412 

22!':; 


1 ', js-irum i.ifolor. 

Cardamine asarifolia 

pcntaphvlla. H. K. est\ 

Deutaria pe'ntaphylla ...» 

Cardiospermum halicacabum . . 
Carduus BphtuaiBsiraws. La. j 

Carex Fraseri. B. R. est Fra-< 

Carolinea minor 


. Capsicum, dark-fruited 

. Lady's-Miiock, kidney-leaved 
Tooth-wort, five-leaved 

. ( i ic k a u- fl o wer, three-leaved 

. Heart-seed, smooth 
Cnicus, feathery-headed 
Cai-ex, Frazer's 

. Carolina, lesser 


2142 






2t..;> 
2070 


Australis 


. Cassia, contrarv-flowered 
. Mtw Holland 



< . .:.:'. . . . . 

- chamcecrista .... 

Castalia magnifica. P. L. 
Nymphsea rubra .... 
— pygmaea. P. L. est ) 
Xynipluea pygmaea § 

Catalpa syringifolia 

Catananche cserulea , 

turn tridentatum 

Catesbsea spinosa 

Ceanothus Americanus . 

Celastrus buxifolius, &. 



| i 



. Catananche, blue 
. Catasetum, Trinidad 
. Catesbaea, thorny 
. New Jersey Tea 



ocbroleuca .... 

glastit'olia. . . 

maci ( 1 1 iK 



'i— « 



', or Knap-weed, golden 



. large-beaded, yellow 

. Blue-bottle, greater 
. Centaury, Caucasian 



- UlnqMiutica . . 

- sphaerocepbala 



■ prickly, srloln'-lu'iilrd 

■ prickly branched 

Cerastiuni amplexicaule duckweed, glaucous 

Cerbera ahovai Cerbera, oval-leaved 

nianghas spear-leaved 

thevetia linear-leaved 

Cercis siliquastrum Judas-tree, common 

C-re... ibi-ellitbrmis. Mill.™*) Cereus , cree ping 

Cactus flagellit'orinis . . . S 
Cerintbe ulal.er. Mill. ,-<t maj.-r H-n.-y-wort, greater 






X Palmetto, swamp, or dwarf sabal 
. . Fan-palm, dwarf 
. . Chaptalia, woolly-leaved 
Wallflower, Armenian 
rysimoides. L. est V Hedge-mustard, sweet-scented 
tatum,ft* Alpine 

it< uanean 



Sabal Adansnni 

Chaptali 



LATIN INDEX. 

Cheiranthus mutabilis Wallflower-changeable 

odoratissimus. ) 

W. est Matthiola odora- > Stock, Persian 

tissima. H. K > 

tristis est Mat-} , , „ 

thiola tT-i-ri- If K I dark-flowered 

Chelone laevigata. Pers. est i 

Penstemon Isevigatum . . J 
Penstemon. h.estPen-i 

stemon pubescens J broad-leaved, hany 

major Lyons's 

Chironia angustifolia Chironia, narrow-leaved 

baccifera berry-bearing 

calycosa. Mich, est 1 

Sabbatica calycosa de- > cross-leaved 

frutescens shrubby 

latifolia. Hort. est de-> . , 

cussata \ cross-leaved 

• linoides flax-leaved 

<■ :i ys Chloranth 

Chlorophytum inornatum Chlorophj 

Chorizema nanum Chorizema, dwarf 

Tm "ff Podolobium, holly-leaved 
Chrysanthemum coccineum . . . Chysanthemum, red-flowered 

Indicum Indian 

Indicum, £ changeable-white Indian 

sinense, var. 17 .. . expanded light-purple 

tricolor three-coloured 

. . Goldy-locks, great, shrubby 
| Golden-rod, tarragon-leaved 
Chrysophiala flava. B. R. est) „ t . , , M 

" enomessonflavum....J Stenomesson, slender-toothed 

Cicer arietinum Chich-pea, or chiches 

Bog-WOTt, heart -leaved 

palmata palmate-leaved 

ia amelloides Cineraria, blue-flowered 

aurantiaca orange-coloured 

aurita purple-flowered 

cruenta purple-leaved 

discolor hoary 

parviflora small-flowered 

Petasitis butter bur-leaved 

Siberica Siberian 

Insa [ Manca,marsh 

- 
Cfmct.8 spinosisBimusJ Cmcus, feathery-headed 

Cissus quinquefolia Cissus, five-leaved, Brasil 

Antarctica Kanguru-vine 



Cistus Algarvensis Cistus, Algarve" 

Barrelieri rosemary-leaved 

formosus beautiful 

sampsucifolius Dwarf-eistus, rough 

Clavtonia alsiuoides Claytonia, duckweed 

cubensis. Boupl. est) rf K 

perfoliata S * 

Vlrginica Virginian 

Clematis balearica. La. est ) VirginV bower, Minorca 

calycina ) 

cirrbosa ever-green 

cordata heart-leaved 

crispa ■ curled-flowered 

cylindrica long-flowered 

florida large-flowered 

integrifolia entire-leaved 

^reticulata. Mich, est) long-flowered 

cvluidnca ) 

viticella purple 

Cleomc candelabrum Cleome, chandelier 

pubescens villous 

pentaphylla five-leaved 

spinosa prickly 

Clerodendron fragrans Clerodendron. fragrant 

macrophyllum broad-leaved 

urea . . .' Clethra, tree 

Cliftouia. Herb Banks, est ) Sea- Lavender, shewy 

Mvlocarmm liffiistrnmm $ 
(lirnii.t lu-terophylla Clitoria, hooded-flowered 

Clutia abterno&CS. L. est ) Cluytia, narrow-leaved 
Cluvtia alatenioides . . . . \ J 

pulchella broad-leaved 

Cnicus Afer Cnicus, Barbary, or twin-t 

spinosissimus feathery-headed 

Cobsea scandens Cobaea, climbing 

Coffea Arabica Coffee-tree 

Coix Lachryma Jobi Job s-tears 

Colchicum byzantinum Colchicum, broad-leaved 

, Collinsonia, anise-scented 

serotina. With, est) anise-scented 

Columnea rotundifolia. P. h.) ro i limne . dimbimr 



y,.i 


JVo. 


3 


81 


« 


1S1 


21 


792 


53 


•2*2-2 


4fi 


•2102 


35 


14.41 


41 


1095 


35 


1435 


53 


2(544 


41 


1094 




IS 13 


51 


24! it; 


39 


1.-.90 


15 


510 


27 


1004 


20 


1044 


29 


1155 


10 


359 


48 


22o;» 


24 


944 


Ml 


r,99 


30 


1228 


39 






4.19 


53 


2*509 


27 


1067 


48 


220.1 


38 


1572 




2*9 




188 


44 


1949 


39 


H504 


30 


1228 


47 


2141 


4 


143 




loo;* 


41 


Mo2 


M» 




51 


2440 


1 


27 


4<; 


20: •:} 


32 


1290 



Colutea arborescens Colutea, or bladder-sen na-tra 

frutescens. est Suth-) 

erlandia frut. H. K § scarlet 

galegifolia est Swain-) 

sonia galegif. H. K ) small-leaved 

Nepalensis Nepal 

Combretuni purpureum Combretuni, Madagascar 

Commelina Africana Commelina, yellow Cape 

caelestris. Wen. est ) 

tuberosa § tuberosa 

df> ( - ; uiti':i rri-r aa . . * Spider-wort, crest-bunched 

deficiens Commelina, two-petaled 

tuberosa tuberous-rooted 

> Commersonia, broad-leaved 

Conanthera bifolia Conanthera, violet-flowered 

• 

Lophiola aurea \ Lopluola, golden-crested 

Convallaria bifolia Solomon' s-seal, least 

— Japonica. Th. est > „ , , , , ■" 

Ophiopogon Japonicus. .) Snake s " bear ^ Ja P an 

■ racemosa Solomon's-seal, cb 

stellata star-flowered 

. umbellidata. Mich, est) a „ . 

Smilacine borealis 5 Smilacina, oval-leaved 

C.iivol vulus althieoides Convolvulus, silky-leaved 

bicolor Bind-weed, two-coloured 

bryoniajfolius bryony-leaved 

« airicus • : Egyptian 

( ananensis Canary 

candicans Tanassee 

cneorum silvery-leaved 

Dahuricus Daurian 

erubescens maiden-blush 

est Wwlor™. I !'. ...... '.} two-coloured 

Jalapa Jalap, the true 

linearis Convolvulus, narrow-leaved 

panduratus Bind-weed, fiddle-leaved 

panduratus. Mich, est) ' •„, 

ranllicans \ Tana ^« 

pennifolius. PI. est ) 

Canariensis J Canar y 

pentanthus Jacquin's East Indian 

purpureus, var. elatior . tall, spotted-flowered 

■ sepium,t'«r. Americanum great American 

speciosus. W. est Ipo-> T , , , , 

nuea speciosa ........ . J I P omea ^ broad-leaved 

tricolor Convolvulus, small 

Turpethum Biud-weed, Turbith 

Coi-rhoru? Japonieus Corchorus, double-flowered 



Cordia sebastena . Cordia, rough-leaved 

Coreopsis ferulrefolia Coreopsis, fennel-leaved 

— 1 1 Tti< iilata whorled 

iria sarmentosa Coriaria, New-Zealand 

3 Monspeliensis ('oris, Montpelicr 

Cornus Canadensis Cornel, Canadian 

- florida great-flowered 

- mascula Cornelian, cherry 

itia punctata Cornutia, dotted-flowered 

Coronilla coronata Coronilla, crown-flowered 

- glanca Coronilla, sea-irreen 

- lberiea Iberian 

- minima, a. Jacquin's least 

- valt -ntimi , . rue-leaved 

Cornea virens CorrBea, green-flowered 

- speciosa red-flowered 

( ' l ' 1 ^ ] ; l ;; | l ;' i ! ;; l ;,: : U "- ''" Fu 4 Fumitory, great-flowered 
< 'osmea hipinnata Cosmea, fine-leaved 

- lutea vellow-flowered 

Cotyledon arbowscenj Mill.) CrMBuIai ^ 

•st ( rassula cotyledon . . J 

- coccinea Navel-wort, scarlet 

- coruscans .. . ■ sparkling 

- curviflora bent-flowered 

^'BBi ^:f ; !} CotyledircrosI^Led 

- piunata. Lam et H. ) B rv ,ml,vl]um, pendulous-flow- 

vcinum '° P Um T\ " " ed 

Cra-'ula albiflora Crassula, white-flowered 

- coccinea scarlet-flowered 

- falcate sickle-leaved 

- jasmiuea jasmine-flowered 

- versicolor changeable 

: ibra Hawthorn, smooth Chinese 

Indica Indian 

Crataeva capparoides. B. R. } CratEeva, sweet-scented 

est fragrans S 

' ^V^rUi ran. - Haw. est) Euphorbia, keel-leaved 
Euphorbia cannata .....) * 



Crepis barbata Crepis, bearded 

> Agapanthus, African 
. . . Crinum, Sir Abraham Hume's 
. . . few-flowered, Wot I uuuui 

erubes^n/.' . f ? '. \ Wash-coloured 

angustifolium. L. est ) ~ . .. . , 

Cyrtanthus angustif. . . . \ Cyrtanthus, narrow-leaved 

aquaticum Crinum, aquatic 

arienarium Water-island, sand 

arienarium, (3 blush-coloured, sand 

Asiaticum largest 

augustum stately 

Broussonetti Broussonet's 

Capense, var Cape, black river, var. 

Careyanum Dr. Carey's 

confertum crowded flowered 

declinatum sloping-flowered 

elegans elegant 

erubescens blush-coloured 

~r*£SPiL*: "!\ ■—•*■*. «•*— *» 

flaccidum Crinum, Macquarie 

~ iJffitoZL*:?} ™£*" c »p« 

O^fTj^T^} h y ],M - •"*•«»* Cape 

longifi i 

Amaryllis longif. \ Amaryllis, long-leaved 

Moluccanum Crinum, Molucca 

^nttarowTciu^".'. .^! Cjrtanthus, oblique-leaved 

procerum Crinum, tall Rangoon 

scabrum rough-edged 

-iJSSi ::'.} *-*»* *.-*>*™- 

speciosum Crinum, specious-flowered 

— strictum Crinum, upright 

— submersum lake 



XDEX. 



nm Zeylanicum. L. est ) 

Amaryllis oniata ) 

aria eoccinea Cristaria, scarlet 

Cn Z££Z: F !'. . G . r : .?' \ Crocus > ■ 

biflorus Scotch 

lagemeflorus, « pale gourd-flowered 

Tjuf 118 ' Lam ' est m *~l cream-coloured 

vermis spring 

. nuesiacus, & spring cream-coloured 

~« vfrlf Ne/por" I" J **> <"""»' *** 

"~^SWfe.^.T;| — """"j^f SFi " g 

sulphurous, ...... worst yellow, or old cloth 

of gold 

sulphurous, & self-coloured cloth of 

gold 

susianus cloth of gold 

triflorus. Bur. P. est) Trichonema rose -coloured 

Trichonema roseum....* 
vernus. B. M. MUU Crocus , Scotch 

est biflorus > 

^aN^« T !:| large purple spring 

vernus, ft Neapolitans . large purple spring 

vernus, y largest purple spring 

versicolor party-coloured 

Crossandra undula^folia Crossandra, "waved-leaved 

Iba. Sp. PI. est) po^aivria white-flowered 

Podalyria alba $ 

fenestrata Crotalaria, window-calyxed 

juncea . . . '. channel-stalked 

oxalidifolia. Hort est) Loddigesiaj oxa lis-leaved 

Loddigesia oxalidifolia . . $ 

pulcherrima Crotalaria, Mysore 

pulchella large-flowered 

purpurea crimson-flowered 

retusa wedge-leaved 

triflora " three-flowered 

, ,„,,.. , Ii U nk ".'.'.* .'.'.*.' .'.'*'.. Crowea, willow-leaved 
Cryptostemma calendulacea . . . Cryptostemma, marygold-flow- 

' l :L est i Button-weed, cross-wort 

Spmnacoce strigosa ...) 

Cucubalus stellatus Campion, four-leaved 

Cueuuus acutangula. Sp. PU Luff st iuking 

e^Luffafcetida $ . 

CuUumia ciliaris Cullunua, ciliated 

(■.m.-niiL antholyza. Mill, est) Ant holyza, scarlet-flowered 
C»p 1 i n SX^::::lcuph ? a,E„ C ha nl er 8 m g h t -.hade 



Cuphea lanceolata. H. K. est) n . 

procumbens j Cu P hea > Procumbent 

serphyllifolium Trinidad 

Curciiligo latifolia Curculigo, broad-leaved 

orchioides lance-leaved 

bica. P. L. est) „ 

Zedearia * Tumenc > ^matic 

Cyamus misticus. P. L. est ) „ . „ T ,. 

Nelumbium speciosum . . $ Bean > sacred > of India 

Nelumbo. Ex. Bot. eat) , <. , ,. 

Nelumbium speciosum . j ' sacred ' of India 

Cyanella Capensis Cyanella, purple-flowered 

lutea yellow 

lamen coum Cyclamen, round-leaved 

Europaeuni. Mill, est) ' , , . , 

hedenefidium $ sow-bread, ivy-leav< 

Persicum Persian 

W flora Cylista, white-flowered 

■ 
Epidendrum aloifolium .\ Epidendrum, aloe-leaved 

— cofcineum Cymbidimii, scarlet-flowered 

— hyacinthinum hvaeintliiue 

sinense H. K. Epiden-) ,, ., , „,. 

drum sinense \ Epidendrum, Chinese 

Cymbarus mutabilis. P. L. est) Cj _ , 

Stachytarpla-u im.tabilM Star P heta > changeable 
i discolor Cynanchum, Virginian 

— nigrum — black-flowered 

— viridiflorum green-flowered 

Cynoglossum omphalodes Navel-wort, blue 

— nitidum Hounds-tongue, smooth, or 

— pictum Madeira 

Cypripedium acaule Ladies'-slipper, two-leaved 

— album (C. spectabile> . u 
a. K.) \ white-petaled 

— Calceolus. M. est par- ) „ 

mmtA \..\ y ellow 

-humile. H. K. (C. ) . , . 

icanle) \ i% \ two-leaved 

m yellow 

— spectabile. H. K. (C.) , ^ 
dbum) \ white-petaled 

Cyrilla pulchella Cyrilla, scarlet-flowered 

— racemiflora Carolina 

Cyrtaiitlm-, anirustit'olius Cyrtanthus, narrow-leaved 

— obliquus oblique-leaved 

— pallidus pale-flowered 




IVtalostomon, purple-flowered 
Dalea, changeable 



Damasoniun 
Daphne altai 



MetelThnni. 
est l Rush-1 



hinium grandiflo: 

nrceolatum . 

Dendrobium cucullati 



. Tooth-wort, broad-leaved, or 



tue De«ni;uithii>, l.m«j:-t«"iii _ ir»-tl 

est MeIas-> Melasphserula, grass-leaved 



Dianthus barbatus Pink, Sweet William 

campestris, y field 

Carthusianorum, &., . . . Cartbusian 

caryophyllus Franklin's, Tartar Carnation 

*uEZ£^. • ™ T .'. . \ Carnation > ^eat-ear 

Caueaseus Pink, Caucasean 

Chinensis China 

fragrans sweet-scented 

leptopetalus ■ narrow- petaled 

orientalis Georgian 

petneus rock 

— profiler. Forsk est ) Li] ; nk> rush . stalked 

Apbyllanthes monspelensej J r 

pseudarnieria Pink, long-scaled 

superbus superb 

virgineus virgin 

Diapensia Lapponica Diapensia, Northern 

Diervilla humilis Diervillia, yellow-flowered 

Digitalis ferruginea Fox-glove, iron-coloured 

— minor dwarf, Spanish 

obscura willow-leaved 

orientalis Levant 

tomentosa woolly-leaved 

Dillwynia cinerascens Dillwynia, grey 

ericifolia heath-leaved 

glaberrima smooth-leaved 

obovata cross-leaved 

parvifolia short-leaved 

I >n >n.t-;t M uscipula Fly-trap, V enus s 

Diosma ericoides Diosma, sweet-scented 

• ovata oval-leaved 

pulchella blunt-leaved 

c7os r a U !! Sa ;. D< ! ni !'.t^.?. e ^ umbel-flowered 

serratifolia serrated, or saw-leaved 

speciosa \imbel-flowered 

umbellata est speciosa . ■ umbel-flowered 

uniflora one-flowered 

IHph.ii. in ( -ymosa Diphylleia, cyme-flowered 

Disandra prostrata Disandra, trailing 

Dodartia orientalis Dodartia, oriental 

Dodecatheon Meadia Dodecatheon, Mead's 

Dolichos Lablab Dolichos, black-seeded 

lignosus purple 

sinensis Chinese 

DombeyaErytl.ruxNlon.rV .,,-fi lled _ wood St . Helena 
Pentapetes ErythroxylonJ 



Doromcum Belhdiastrum. J.) A . daisv-leived 

est Arnica Bellidiastrum} Arn,ca > rt£US y leaved 

Dorstenia arifolia Dorstenia, Arum-leaved 

Houstoni Houstoun's 

Doryanthes excelsa Doryanthes, gigantic 

Draba aizoides Draba sen-green 

Pyrenaica yelluw-nmveml 

Dracama borealis. H. K. est) Smilacina North ern 

Smilacina borealis \ 

— ensifolia. H. K. est) Dianclla, whitish-flowerec 

Dianella ensifolia ) ' 

ferrea Dragon-tree, purple 

fragrans Dracaena, sweet-scented 

Ph to^Sflo^um '. ^ Al0e ' the Bourbon 

ovata Dracaena, ovate-leaved 

stricta upright 

terminalis. W. est ferrea Dragon-tree, purple 

Dracocephalum altaiense. > D , g 

Lam. est grandiflorum . . 5 ! 

grandiflorum Dragon' s-liead, betony-leaved 

perejrrhium 

Virumieum Virginian 

Dracontium fcEtidum. L. est > PothoSj stiuIdng) or scunkwe ec 

Pothos foetida § 

pentaphyllum Aub. > fi ve -leaved 

est Pothos pei " J 

ui Drimia, tallest 

ciliaris fringed-leaved 

lanceaefolia, lesser, plain-leaved 

Dryandra floribunda Dryandra, many-flowered 

longifolia long-leaved 

Drypis spinosa Drypis, prickly 

Duranta Ellisia Duranta, prickly 

Ebe Thym r 8 e Cretica:. "'. *"'} Kidney-vetch, Cretan 

Echinops strictus Globe-thistle, upright 

— strigosus annual 

Echites caryopliyllata Erhit.'s, clove-scented 

suberecta, 8 Savanna-flower, larger 

i.um Viper's-bugloss, Cretan 

fruticosum, £ lesser shrubby 

Edwardsia, small-leaved 

' So " I Sophora, winged-leaved 

1 tetraptera $ 

Elseocarpus cyaneus Elceocarpus, blue-fruited 

Eliehrysum splendens Elichrysum, shining 

, . . . proliferous 




Elsholtzia eristata 

•ireum ytiS ° id ' ^ "' } Embothrium, silky 

Cav. est) Lomatkj suiphur-wort-leaved 

Enibothrium, silky 

Lomatia rilaifolta*™'. ''.'.] ^> m ^. sulphur-wort-teavcd 

Enkianthus quinqueflora Eiikianthus, Canton 

Entelea urborescens Entelea, New Zealand 

Epacris grandiflora. ... 

longiflora. Cav. 

grandiflora 

sweet-scented 

red-flowered pungent 

rigid 

ft 1 ? ™* K \ Epidendrum, aloe-leaved 

fringed 

TrnT,hMiuTcocS„ P H.K!} CjmMta, scar.et-nowered 

cochleatum Epidendrum, purple-flowered 

cucullatum hooded 

elongatum long-stalked 

cocbleaium two-leaved 

fragrans sweet-scented 

^aei 1 se) S . e .. (Cy . , ! Md !"?i CMlxse 

Ta^htenenT:H.' K^i E ' itod ™' •V'^& 

umbellatum umbelled 

.ui Willow-herb, narrowest-Iea\ i-ii 

Erantbemum uulchellum. B.) , .. . V1 „ , 

R. est Justicia nervosa . \ Justlcia > Wue-flowered 
Erica Aitonia Heath, Alton's 

- albens pallid 

- ampullacea 

- andromedseflora 

- aristata bearded-leaved 

- baccans Arbutus-leaved 

- Blandfordiana Lord Blandford's 

i Bonpland's 

- bucciniflora trumpet-flowered 

est berbacea herbaceous 

- cerinthoides honey-wort-flowered 



dilocta rst primuloide* . . . Heath, cowslip 

— elegans elegant 

— empotrifnlia erowbervy-leaved 

— fasti giata Walker's 

-< ( ;:^:: ":.*:} — — * 

— flava, imbricated, yellow 

— fragrans fragrant 

— gemmifera pim-1 » mg 

— Slauca gJaawjw^ 

»!". '.'.'." Y.Y. Hil.lKTt's 1 

— hertiflora rough-flowered 

— h»jgifuiia,\'«r. c'anicu' ! flesh-coloured long- 
leaved 

— Massonl Massoa'a 

— medioleflora. Salesb. > globular-tubed 

'st Thunbergu $ 

— metula:flora nine-pin 

— monadelpha monadelphous 

— Monsonise Lady Ann Monson's 

— mutabilis mutable 

— odorata perfumed 

— persoluta — blush-flowered 

— physodes sticky-flowered 

— primuloides cowslip 

— propendens pendent-flowered 

— pubescens downy-flowered 

Wis pyramidal 

— rubella YYYYY * .' '. '. thrift-flowered 

— sanguinolenta dark-flowered 

Tirl^V 1 !^' Berg " \ blush-flowered 

— sulphurea sulphur-coloured 

— Thunbergii globular-tubed 

— t< igata . large-cupped 

— ventricosa porcelain 

— vestita, var. coccinea . . tremulous, red-flowered 

iron bellidifolium Erigeron, plantain-leaved 

is alpinus Erinus, alpine 

— lychnidea phlox-like 

Eriocephalus Africanus Eriocephalus, cluster-leaved 

racemosus. Gsert. } cluster-leaved 

est Africanus $ 

Eriospermum latifolium Eriosp 

Erodium chamaedrioides Geranium, dwarf 

— Gussoni Herons-bill, Gussone s 



Erodium hymenodes Hei 

Crane's-bill, flesh-coloured 

Roman 

| i Hum Eryngo, alpine 

> one-horned 

.3 Hedge-mustard, sweet-seen 

alpine 

Vra Erythrina, Cape 

crista galli Coral-tree, cock's-comb 

Erythronium Americanum .... Dog's-tooth, violet, yellow-f 

Dens Canis pink-coloured 

Krytlirurl,-,/,, n.rmHlirHlia > 
Mich, est Galax, aphylla. ) 

Eucalyptus pulverulenta Eucalyptus, heart-leaved 

Eucomis bifolia Eucomis, two-leaved 

punctata spotted-leaved 

— striata. Donn. est ) striped-leaved 

Punctata, var. striata. . . J v 

undulata undulated-leaved 

Eucrosia bicolor Eucrosia, parti-coloured 

Eugenia elliptica Eugenia, round-fruited 

fragrans sweet-scented 

frag^T'. ™ !*. .?.. \ sweet-scented 

-uniflora. Sp PI. est) p lini dunculated 

Plinia pedunculata ) ' r 

myrtifolia Eugenia, myrtle-leaved 

Jamhos narrow-leaved 

Kulophia Guimviisis ......... Kuluphia, Sierra Leone 

^VS^SSr^S pi — *"**»- 

h7tifolui°s P r. U . S : f; . L .' 6 !t. \ *&*»*** broad-leaved 

Eupatorium salvisefolium Eupatorium, sage-leaved 

Euphorbia anacantha Spurge, scaly finger-flowere 

carinata Euphorbia, keel-leaved 

epithymoides Spurge, broad-leaved 

globosa roundish-jointed 

iSF-' 1 ™- "l EupborbUoLy-bearbg 

petiolaris Spurge, long-s 

punicea scarlei 

variegata pye-ba 

Euryale ferox Euryale, prickly 

Eustrephus latifolius Eustrephus, broadest-leaved 

H - K " <"j Goodenia,dichotomous 
Goodema tenella % 

Ex ^rnI i vL°cosT. w ;r/. G !?.i Gentian ' clamn, y 



Fabricia laevigata Fabricia, smooth 

7 y ;o": t :,e.^? b :.: ! /i ■*-*«-* t*-*™* 

-'"'' 7 ,!' •"'">-( Hv,H,xi s -m,,m, K 

pone Boboluera > 

Fagonia Civiira Fatronia, Cretian 

Falkia repens Falkia, creeping 

F, ' ,Ua ^ , m" i Snlriri"' ''*' Va '\ Val " ian > Siberian 
Ferraria antherosa Ferraria, green-variegated 

— elegans. P. L.est Ma-) M ar ; C o bnrid-stommed 

rica Nortbiana $ 

fte^^.T™.'^} Ferraria ' ^en-variegated 

— parviflora. P. L. est) Marf 8maU .fl owere d 
Manca phcata > 

— Pav '' :iia - * v - est Tl l Tiger-flower, Mexican 
gridia Pavonia } 

lber V osa diS ' B ' R ' "' "" \ Ferraria ' &reen-variegated 

ila Persica Fennel-giant, Persian 

Usea pedata, fern Feuillaea, female pedate 

Filago leontopodium. Lair iest) Cudweed Liou Vfoot 
Gnapbahum leontopodium J 

Flaveria contrayerba Flaveria, broad-leaved 

Fluggea Japonica Rich, est ) S nakeVbeard, Japan 
Ophiopogon Japonicus .) 

luifolia, y. major .. Fothergilla, broad-leaved 

-Gardeni', Mich ' est l blunt-leaved 

phylla Strawberry, one-leaved 

-^purpurea est I Fritillary, lesser, Persian 

autumnalis. Mil. est) Eucomis, undulated-leaved 

Eucomis undulata } 

Cantoniensis. Lour. ) Uvu i ar i a , brown-flowered 

est U vulana Chmensis . . $ 
Caucassica. Adann. est) Fritillar „ violet-flowered 

obliqua % 

imperialism * Crown, imperial 

imperialis, 8 imperial yellow 

latifolia Fritillary, largest, broad-leaved 

latifolia, y. lutea yellow 

latifolia broad-leaved 

nand. B. urm. est Eu-> E ucomis, two-leaved 

comisbifolia $ 

nigra. Mill, est Race-) j-ntillary, hunch-flowering 

—obliqua " .' . . .' .' ........ violet-flowered 

Persica, • lar S est > Pe f sian 

Persica. B lesser Persian 



iC " S> ':. V] :.\ Fritillary, bunch-flowering 

Pyrenean 

>liq_ua f!! ,\ violet-flowered 

racemosa, a oriental 

racemosa, £ bunch-flowering 

ttrescens Fuchsia laurel-leaved 

- decussata cross-branched 

- lycioides box-thorn 

IbOR*. W. est cava. . . Fumitory, hollow-rooted 

Ibosa. est cava, var. . . white hollow-rooted 

miliaria two-spurred 

bills gTeat-flowered 

npervirens. L. est) . 

iida solid-rooted 

Furcrcea gigantea Furcroea, gigantic 

Gagea fascicularis. Sal, e$i lutea Gagea, yellow 

(l.ilantiius pliratus Nnop-drop, Clusius's 

icolor Galardia, two-coloured 

lanceolata. Mich, est) , , 

bicolor S two-coloured 

Galax aphylla Galax, Carolina 

minea Galaxia, narrow-leaved 

?randiflora. B. R. est) , fl , 

, > large-flowered 

monadelpha. Red. est) orange-coloured, monadel- 

Ixia monadelpha, $. . ..... J phous 

ovata Galaxia, large-flowered 

ovata, y. purpurea purple- flowered 

Galega orientnlis Goats'-rue, oriental 

lobata Galinsogea, three-lobed 

Philydrumlanugenosum \ Phdydrum, woolly 

Gardenia amena Gardenia, crimson-tipped 

crassicaulis. P. L. est) 

rjfia 5 StaiTy 

florida, var or Cape Jasmine, oval- 

inermis. Thunb. est) ,. , a , 

Rothmannia .\ spotted-flowered 

radicans rooting 

Randia round-leaved, or Indigo- 

Rothmannia spotted-flowered 

Thunbergia starry 

v-ertieiilata. Lam. est) . 

Thunbergia ) starry 

GarideBa Nigeilasti i . •,,■-, m d-leaved 



bHa.Ha^ Aloe f 



'I Geissorhiza, ycllow-flowert 
. . . Ixia, one-ranked 



chensis) .,..-.. 
Genisiphylla asplenii 



'•I Xylopli 



- adrendens, x.. 

- adscendens, p. 

- asele|iiadea. . . 

- Caueasea . . . . 



&*• I porce lai 

:h*::| — -* 



[\ pakM 



Geodorum citrmum . . 

Geogina variabilis. W 

Daldia. superflua , 



Dahlia, fertile-rayed 



est Pelargonium pinnatum \ Cranes-bill, pinnated 

betulmum. L. est. Pe-> 

largonium betulinum ...5 birch-leaved 

- — tricolor. J acq. est Pe-> , , 

largonium bicolor \ two-coloured 

ceratophyllum est ) , , , 

Pelargon. ceratophyllum.* horn-leaved 

eitiatum. B. E. est Pe4 a , , . 

largonium radiatum . . . . \ fleshy-fnnge-leaved 

cordifolium. Cav. est) , , , , 

Pelargonium cordifolium .\ heart-leaved 

crassicaule est Pelar-) ., . , , „ ■ , 

gonium crassicaule j thick-stalked 

^ESSLZ.??} «~^ prickly- stalked 

TelargSm'.^mff Crane's-bill clammy 

^odl^hymen^.r^ Heron's-bill, ternate-leaved 

- — Ibericum Crane's-bill, Iberian 

'• R - est ^ Pelargonium, fleshy-leaved 

' i Geranium, spear-leaved 

. . . long-rooted 

'JSSSSLUT:^ anemone-leaved 

-i^^^^r} - — *#-* 

^Pin^^j Crane's-bill, pinnated 

Pelargonium quinatLT.1 five-fingered 

tst Pelar-5 

gon. pulchellum £ nonesuch 

quinatum est Pelar-) a - 

gon quinatum \ nye-hngered 

Kachtla. Cav. est Pe-> „ , 

largon. radula .... \ Geranium, rasp-leaved 

S££|£j dwarf 

Trme'. P ?! a . r f m . 1 ! I ! m . reU ' i ^ Crane's-bill, kidney-leaved 

^largon^radulf . a ? q '. ™\ rasp-leaved 

^r^n'i.'.M, 1 ,;; .'?.'. !V ;| tcrnate 



Geramumtetragonum. h. est} Geranium, square-stalked 
Pelargon. tetragonum . . . ) ' 

- tomentosum. . ./ Cnaatft-IXIL, penny roval 
<?jtf Pelargon. tomentosum} ' r J J 

"^tricoW ^ Pelar "i " three-coloured 

— — trifolium. Cav. est) H eron's-bill, ternate-leaved 

LrtKiiiun liunnodes S 

tnste. j. est e ar-£ p e i arfi r 0n ; um drop-wort-leaved 

gon.tnste , ( * ' 

—— viseosum. Cav. est) CraneVbm clammy 
Pelargon. glutinosum . . $ J 

Wallichianum Wallich's 

Gerardia purpurea Gerardia, purple 

Geropogon glabrum Geropogon, smooth 

(u'sm-ria tomentosa Gesneria, woolly 

; Oralis Gethyllia, thread-leaved 

~'"a"capitata Gilia, cluster-flowered 

diolus abbreviate. B. R.> Cornfl square - s talked 

est quadrangulans y 

aiatus. Schn. est re-) violet-scented 

aiatus wing-flowered 

aiatus, B winged, Algoa-bay, var. 

aiatus. Thunb.««vi-> perfumed 

peratus S 

albidus. Vahl.es* blan-) fairegfc 

alopecuroides.Th. est) Watsonia amall-flowered 

Watsonia plantagmea ... J 
amabilis. Sal. est Ano-> Lapevrousiaj cut -leaved 

matheca juncea $ ■ J 

Augustus. Thunb. est) GladioluSj wave d-leaved 

undulatus J 

Augustus Cornflag, narrow-leaved 

l^bfcoto ThUDb * ^ Ula ' ringent 

blandus, '*. '. '. '. '. '. ...... Cornflag, fairest 

blandus, /3 snow-white 

blandus, y pale-purple 

> brevifolius. H. K. ...> leafless-flowering, shaggy 

i (Glad.hirsutus,<r.et£.$ 

■ Byzantinus Turkish 

■ raVdiuaLU Gladiolus, superb 

- carneus Cornflag, flesh-coloured 

- carneus. B. R. est Mr-> shaggy, variegated 

-carneus. Red. <?s*blan-> painted 

#. 'carneus '. 1 flesh-coloured, common 

Mill, est! Turkish 



(ilfuli.ilns ooncolor. P. L. est) Cornflag,yellow-flowered square- 

tristis § leaved 
crispus. L. est Trito-> T . 

nia crispa \ Tntoma, curled-leaved 

Cunonia Antholiza, scarlet-flowered 

cuspidatus Coruflag tall 

cuspidatus. B. R. est) 

cameus i flesh-coloured 

debilis . ___ we ak 

fissifolius. J acq. est) T . , 

Lapeyrousia fissifolia . . . \ La P e yousia, leafy, spiked 
fistulosus. Jacq. est) T . , ,. 

Wateoida spicata \ Ixia ' hollow-leaved 

floribundus Cornflag, large-flowered 

biana plicata \ Babian*, sweet-scented 

galeatus.Burm.esf alatus Cornflag, wing-flowered 

galcatus B. R. est na-> 

maqueensis § thick-leaved 

...*... \ Watsouia, pyramidal 

gracilis Cornflag, slender 

MefaTpTemlagraminer.^ Melasphaerula, grass-leaved 

grandiflora. B. R. est) „ a , 

l fi \ Cornflag, large 

hastatus the spade 

hirsutu.s, *. anhyllus . . . ■ h'ailess.flowerinjr.shaggy 

«. 0. brevitohus . shaggy, variegated 

. villuMis. . . , tuo-i]o\vvre<l, slui^v 

inflates. Vahl.erfblan-) . . 

dus, Z \ painted 

us. Jacq. est) m t . „ 

WatSMin* indicia \ ^ atsoma, scarlet, flag-leaved 

junceus. Thunb. est) T 

Anmiiatheca imirea. . . \ ,J ' 1 'r"'. v "" l>ia > cut-leaved 

baccatus. Jacq. est) „. ... 

Wutsuina humiJis \ * at-onia, lake-coloured 

..'!.' .*. . . . . "f Cornflag, pencilled 

longiflorus.L.Sup.^ T . . 

Triton! i tongiflora . . .. .( Ixia ' lon g-flowered 

longiflorus. B. R. est) „ ,. , . , , 

S Babiana, long-tubed 

as. Jacq. est) m ., . , 

Trituuia l.-ndflora, 0. ..f ^itonia, long-flowered 

l«>i.i:ilhjrus.Thunb.Mrt , ,. 

> bending, flowered 

marginatus, y. Th. est) „ . • , 

Watsonia iridifolia \ * atsoma ' scarlet ' lag-leaved 

marginatus, ft Th. est) 

Wats., ,,ia l.re vif.dia \ short-leaved 

IMTginates, c.Th. est) . .. , 

Watsonia marginata . . . . § long-spiked 



as,ATh.«*> w . jpyr amidal 
Watsoma rosea $ 

"Wrsut'us! 1 !! 1 ! 1 ! 8 ;. Th .'. .7.1 Cornfla &' rose - coIo »^d, hairy 

merianus. Til. es£) Watsonia, largest Merian's, o 

Watson. Meriau J scarlet, tube-rose 

Millcri Cornflag, Miller's 

orchidiflorus. B. R. est) ™„a,_i 

viperatus , P erfumul 

Tn"a P llic a aia' Th '^ ,;Bilbi 1 Babiana ' sweet - sc « ntetl 

I'urp. Th.} cr i mS on 

est Babiana villosa ) 

— pHdtfus. Sp. PI. est) iht 

Babiana stricta $ * b 

— plicatus Jacq.«* Ba-> h yac inth- S cented 

plicatoj. B.R. «#Ba-; pale-flowered 

— polystachius. 15. K. es/) T jEip< , vrims i a cut -leaved 
Anomatheca juncea $ 

7aEe. B '. R .'.. e .1 Cornflag, Watsons dwarf 

— I"" ' '.- VJl1 - ***\ Babiana, purple flower 
llabiana stricta $ r r 

»• »•**"** Watsonia, pyramidal 

quadrangularis Cornflag, square-leaved 

-;r;j:;;:;';:-.. T, : u ':':'.;:1'--'^- fl »- 

recurvus Cornflag, violet-scented 

— / v ^f ns ; B - R ; es \ "J violet-seented 

MfWateonfcsiSii Watsonia, long-tubed 

t F0S fi US ' m I Cornflag, rose-coloured, hairy 

~^':;;; ."< ,,;'S. ."!} Trit °» ia ' '°°s- tube " 

~T7,~. : '" " lt '"";" - ' ,u 'l" ''•■( Baliiana, elder-flower-scented 

acuta s 

_ securiger. H. K. l.ettf Cornfla „ copper-coloured 

T ritonia secungera $ B ' il 

segetura round-seeded 

Vicea' 1 ' €St \ Babiana ' stiff-leaved 
spieatus. L. est segetum Cornflag, round-seeded 

— ,t rictus H. K. 1. estf VtM upright 

\ 



Gladiolus strictus. Vahl. est) „ .. 

Babiana stricta \ Babiana, purple-flowered 

sulphureus. Jacq. est) . _ 

ihurea $" pale flower 

trichonemifolius Cornflag, trichonema-leaved 

trimaculatus.Vahl.^> . a 

blandus J I painted 

tristis square-leaved 

tristis, 0. concolor yellow-flowered, square- 

tubatus. Jacq. est Ba-> , , , 

biana tubiflora \ Babiana, long-tubed 

tubiflorus. L. est Ba-> . , , 

biana tubiflora \ long-tubed 

tubulosus. Burm. est) , , _ 

Watsonia spicata $ *»■» hollow-leaved 

tubulosus. Jacq. est) _ ... ,., 

Watsonia aletroides ....£ Watsonia, aletns-like 

versicolor, a. et E Cornflag, large-flowered 

versicolor, y. tenuior . . small cbangeable 

\ ipt rat us perfumed 

itWbf.'. !'. .7!} Tritonia, greenish-flowered 

undulatus, a. Gladiolus, waved-flowered 

undulatus, j3 waved-flowered 

"~0d2L. ,... . . . ff! ™| Cornflag, tall 

Wat» .nii, a Watson's 

Watsonii, & dwarf, Watson's 

Globba, bulbifera. Roxb. est) „. , , ., „ , 

sessiliflora \ Globba ' sessile-flowered 

radicalis. Roxb. eti _ _. , 

H. K. est Mantisia salta-f °P era Girls 

toria > 

sessiliflora Globba, sessile-flowered 

Globularia vulgaris Globularia, common or blue daisy 

Globulea cultrata. Haw. es<) „ . , , . . 

Crassula cultrata \ Crassula, sharp-leaved 

Gloriosa virescens Gloriosa, greenish -flowered 

( ilnxii.iii niaculata Gloxinia, spotted-stalked 

— speciosa rough -leaved 

Glycine Apios Glycine, tuberous-rooted 

bimaculata (Kennedia> , 

monophylla. H. K.) . . . . \ purp 

frutescens Kidney-bean-tree, Carolina 

phascoloides Glycine, lesser red-bead 

rubicunda (Kennedia) j:„„„ «„„,„„ i 

rubicunda H K > I dingy-flowered 

Sinensis Chinese 

I inata Liquorice, prickly-headed 

lepidota silky-leaved 

Gnaphalium apiculatum Everlasting, New Holland 



, congestum Gnaphaliutu. «'i>riip;u-t-ilii«tT!ii- 

. ericoides or Everlasting, 

heath-leaved 

, — — eximium Cudweed, giant 

fcetidum Everlasting, strong-scented 

fruticans shruhby 

^lr7ticIns < ! ifl0rUm :. W i Shrubb y 

Cudweed, globe-headed, New 
Zealand 

Gnidia aurea. llort.'est simplex Gnidia, flax-leaved 

-filamentosa. h. est) Lach box-leaved 

Lachnsea buxifolia, a $ ' 6 

grandis. Hort. est) g i auC0U s 3 box-leaved 

Lachncea buxifolia \ 

imberbis Gnidia, smooth-scaled 

oppositifolia opposite-leaved 

prnifolia pine-leaved 

pinifolia. Wendl. est) smooth-scaled 

imberbis ) 

simplex flax-leaved 

b7rbiT leX ' B ' R '.f!! i . m ;} smooth-scaled 

Gomesa recurva Gomesa, recurved 

Gomphocarpus fruticosus Gomphocarpus, willow-leaved 

'" "po^rpwi Go m pho.o M „m,v^ W e 
- maculatum. i 

B. R. est Ibbetsonia ge-> Ibbetsonia, spotted-flowered 

nistoides J 

— polymorphum . . Gompholobium, variable 

Gomphrena perennis Gomphrena, perennial 

Goodenia grandiflora Goodenia, large-flowered 

laevigata (Scaevola) smooth 

macrocarpa. H. K.) J 

— ^r^*?::} — «~ 

Goodia latifolia Goodia, lotus-leaved 

pubescens hairy 

Goodyera discolor Goodyera, purple-leaved 

pubescens, &. — small, pubescent 

Gordonia Lasianthus Gordonia, smooth 

Gorteria ciliaris. L. est Cullu- ) Cul]umia) ciliated 

mia ciliaris J 

rigens Gorteria, rigid-leaved 

uniflora. h. est Gaza-) Gazani go id en -flowered 

nia uniflora S 

Gratiola Monnieri. L. est Her-) jjerpestis,, purslane-leaved 

pestis Monnieri $ 

Grevillea linearis, var Grevillea, flesh-coloured, hnear- 

-— sUaifolia Donn est) Lomati su i p h U r, wort-leaved 

Lomatia silaifolia ) 



m -leaved 
. Grislea, Woodford's 

nnera perpensa Gunnera, Cape 

psophila prostrata Gypsophila, trailing 

repens creeping 

Habenaria ciliaris Habenaria, yellow-fringed 



- 






gracilifolius . 

versiciilor . . 



'■■■>•> \ 



■ slender-leaved 

■ changeable 

, white-flowered 



, Blood-flower, salmon-coloi 
TnlnlTigkValcita . . ff. . \ B ™«swick Lily, sweet-see 

m.iltiiliu-vis Blood-flower, Sierra Leom 

multiflorus many-flower 

orbicularis. Donn. 

rotundifol 



Brunsvigia multifl. , 
quadrivalvis . . . 



i Blood-flower, round-leaved 
\ Brunswick-lily, 



>, waved-leaved 

- hairy-leaved, scarlet 






: 

Hallia im 

- imbricata 
Hamelia grandiflora. 



. . . . Hsemodorum, dingy-flowered 
. . . . Hakea, many-flowered 

. . . . shining-leaved 

. . . . Snow-drop-tree, four-winged 
.... Fly-honeysuckle, African 
....Hallia, tiled 



H. K. > 



-ilecruid.-- . , 
Hartogia poll 

Diosma pulchella . . . 
Hebenstretia dentata 



Hamelia, broad-leaved 

■ spreading- scarlet 

Harrisunia, honeysuckle-likv 
Diosma, blunt-leaved 








Pitcairnia bromelisefolia . 
InifbRa 

althseifolia 

flammea 

laveudulifuliu 






Eierpestis Motmieria, £ li irslane-leaved 

Hesperantha cinnamomea Evening-flower, cinnamon 

pilosa, « hairy 

■ ;mdiflora Dame's-violet, large-flowered 

tristis Rocket, night-sinclling 

Heynea trijugra Heynea, walnut-like 

Hibbertia corifoiia Hibbertia, coris-leaved 

gTossulari^foli'a I^f.} gooseberry-leaved 

grossularbjefolia gooseberry-leaved 

Hibiscus Malvaviscns Acania, scarlet 

Maniliot Hibiscus, palmated-leaved 

palustris marsh 

~1^Z?£L£J:?!'} L ^"-- N ° rf ° Ik ■*■■ 

pramorsus . . Hibiscus, bitten-leaved 

radiatus radiated 

Rosa Sinensis China-rose 

Syriacus Syrian 

Trionum bladder 

Hillia longiflora Hiffia, long-tubed 

ZT^ a '^. e . S !! \ long-tubed 

.ii pulverulentum". . . Knight's star-lily, bloom-leav 

solandriflorum solandra-flowered 

spathaceum hybrid .... long-spathed hybrid 

stylosum long-styled 

subbarbatum slightly-bearded 

Hippia frutescens Hippia, shrubby 

kilearica Horse-shoe-vetch, shrubby 

Hovea Celsii Hovea, broad-leaved 

Hovenia, sweet 

Houstonia, blue-flowered 

BouYardiatriphylla . 6 .".'.\ B » u ™>-ilia, three-leaved 

stpett'rbata!!: ."'.} Sto P e,k ' be " de " 

thystinus Hyacinth, amethyst-coloured 

"" "• M " S j ^pe 

S*fe^..?.'J «I*»**-M. Cape 




H. K. ) 

est Scilla campanulata,> Hare-bell, Spanish 

H pink-coloured 

> two-coloured 

\\ Hyacinth, Cape 

Muscari. Sp. PL est) „ . , 

Muscari moschatum . . . . I Gra P e **"*?*> musk 

■ orchioides. Sp. PI. est) T . ,. ., a , 

Lachenaliaorchioides ..$ Lachenaha, sessile-flowered 
orientalis Hyacinth, garden 

revolutus. H. K. est) ^ • • i i • i 

Drimia lancercfolia \ Dnmia ' lesser P^m-leaved 

serotinus, h.est Scilla > 

serotina \ brown- flowered 

Hydrangea arborescens Hydrangea, shrubby 

quercifolia oak-leaved 

radiata. Smith est) , , 

quercifolia } oak-leaved 

Hydropeltis purpurea Hydropeltis, purple-flowered 

HymenocaUis iitoralis, J. Hymenocallis, sea-shore narro 

Hyoscyamus aureus Henbane, golden-flowered 

physaloides 

Scopolia pendulous-flowered 

Hypericum balearicum St. John's-wort, warty 

calycinum large-flowered 

coris heath-leaved 

monogvnum Chinese 

Olympicum. W. et H.) . — -— broad-leaved, Olym- 

iii, 8. . .) pian 

uralicum myrtle-leaved 

Hypoxis Caroliniensis Mic. ) „ . . , 

est erecta i Hopoxis, upright 

- Fabricia.' Chertn. ' 'est ) . 

sobolifera \ creeping 

rata S ser-/ serrate-leaved 

— ovata smooth-leaved 



Hypoxis stellata, var. lutea .... Hypoxia, yellow-flowered Sta 
stellata, ■ white-floweivd .star 

lasc^.v.?.* — •»*■* 

Hy><opu> onentalis, >Z Hyssop, oriental 

.ivalifolia Jacaranda, oval-leaved 

lurantiaca . . . Jacquinia, orange-flowered 

... ... ?!$ Sh eep's-bit, perennial 

... . yellow 

. . . hairy, Indian 

- officinale common 

- Sambac, y Tuscan 

- simplicifolium simple-leaved 

Jatropha integerrima . . . . Jatropha, spicy 

.... Physic-nut, fiddle-leaved 
"^SSl^ **— * spo«ted-»owered 
ta Candy-tuft, ciliate-leaved 

- Gibrakarica Gibraltar 

- sa\at\i:s, ,1. fofitwllu . . .. llncU caudy-tuft, smooth-leav 

- umbellata 

Jeffersonia Bartoni. Mir Jeffersonia, Barton's 

Hex Cliiucnsis Holly, Chinese 

Illicium floridanum Illicium, red-flowered, or A 

Impatiens coccinea Balsam, glandular-leaved 

Indigofera angustifolia Indigo, narrow-leaved 

cytisoides angular-stalked 

psoraloides long-spiked 

\ Inula, glandulous 

.lonidium ip.'.'a.uahha, ,5 Ipecacuanha, white 

.liist'phiaM's*ili>. Sal. t'.vM)ry-J v» j a ■, 

Lira iWil mla f.J Dryandra, many-flowered 

. Ipomoea, puce-coloured 

bignonioides trumpet-flower-like 

Bona Nox prickly 

coccinea scarlet 

Jalapa Pursh est Con-) T , • ., „ . _ 

Upa \ ^lap, the true 

insignia Ipomoea, magnificent 

niacn.rhiza. Mich. e.,7> ,, , 

Convolvulus Jalapa . . . .§ JfUap ' the ™ 

quamoclit Ipomoea, wing-leaved 

sanguinea bloody-flowered 

speciosa broad-leaved 

splendens silky-leaved 



Vol 

AW 


20!i:J 


31 


1276 


22 
2 

26 


.10 
1045 


49 


1012 


19 


693 


20 


7fifl 


32 
12 
37 


1 284 
412 
1514 


17 
31 
11 


613 

I2:;s 
373 


29 


1163 


is 
36 

1^ 
22 


671 

I4i«; 

2361 
67<» 
875 


28 


1 L31 


34 


1393 


17 


613 


52 

is 
2.1 
IS 
12 


252s 
669 
9S6 
»!79 

416 


50 

22 


2435 

870 


2 


61 


39 


1604 


49 

18 


233 1 
685 



LATIN INDEX. 99 

Ipomoea Turpethum. B. R. 1 
i est Convolvulus Turpe-> Bindweed, Turbith 

Iris an^usta. Th.' est Mora. > M rolled -l e aved 

angusta S 

aphylla, y, plicata Flag, orange-flower-scented 

bi.-olor. Mill, rst SU.erica. Iris,. Siberian 

rxTbhmnl^ola' '*' M ° £ Moraa > yellow-flowered clammy 

brachycuspis Iris, poisonous-rooted 

Chinensia Chinese 

rf cuiatt!^'. "! .I 1 . :} Moraa ' ciliate - leaved 

— r ri p ridiofdes h -. :f. . M .°:j — ■— -**«* 

uteris ^'. S .?.'.r/. *!j short-spathed 

crispa, y curled-leaved 

cristata. Iris, crested 

S^ria^Tsertomm "' \ sweet-scented bastard 

} "^eduHs l St m ™°™\ Moraa, yellow 

ntnsi?^' ^^ *** P^If Iris ' Chinese 
flexuosa. Murr. esf Sibe-> ,-r, „ _i,t*. i. mr .j - _— j. 

„ > rlag, white-flowered meaao 

Florentina Iris, Florentine 

furcata '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. * ". '.'.'.'. .* forked 

Germanica German 

halophila. Pall, est spu-> p. } , d 

na, *. major $ h ' h 

halophila. H. K. I. est) smaller sulphur-colon 

spuria, £ halophila § bastard 

—«&**• r*..T.| **>** 

— rLTeXt. 8 :!^.?. 1 . .^ MonM - •»»B-'««* 

longispatha Flag, long-spathed 

) — lurida dingy 

$ — lurida dingy-coloured 

Lusitanica Portuguese 

Mnrini,,,-!,. Th. est ) Martinico 

Manea Martnucensis.. .J 

ne^lecta Iris, Horneman's 

A^lla" 118 ' Ifcata' ".'} Mag, orange-flower-scented 

ochroieuca. L. est Spu-> Irig taU 

ria, y. ochroieuca $ ' 

ruT^tan 'rfnea*' ^'l Mr ' Hibbert's 

Pallasii! B Pallas's Chinese 



N.Vf \ 



papilionacea. L. est Mo-> ,, , 

r<ea papilionacea \ Mor **> dwarf 

- Pavonia. Curt, est Mo-) , . 

nra tricuspis f Irls ' P eacock , 

- Pavonia. L. est Morsea) ,. , 
Pavonia $ Moraea, orange-coloured 

- Persica Iris, Persian 

- plicata est aphylla, y. ) „, 

plicata . . \ %' orange-flower-scented 

- pratensis. Lam. est Si-) 

birica . \ white-flowered meadow 

- prismatica Iris, New Jersey 

- pseudacorus, £ Water-Iris, pale-yellow 

- pumila Iris, dwarf 

- pmttila, ear. lutea yellow-dwarf 

- pumila, par. violacea violet blue-dwarf 

-ramosa. Th. est Moraa) , r 

ramosa X ^l° raa > "ranching 

- ruthenica Iris, pigmy 

- ruthenica, /3 pigmy 

est pallida . pale 

- Sjunbucina, vmr. squalens . brown-flowered 

• white-flowered meadow 

- Sil.irica. y . sanguinea .... Mr. Hibbert's 

in. L. es*Mo-> Morsea, European, or Spanish 

- spuria, &. minor, var Iris, spurious 

- spuria. £. desertorum sweet-scented bastard 

- spuria, £ halophila smaller, sulphur-coloured 

bastard 

- spuria, y. ocbroleuca tall 

- spuria. C -tt-noo-yiui cream-coloured bastard 

- squalens. Mill, est Ger-> p 

- squalens. W. est Sam-) 

luuMiui. ear. squalens . . . \ brown-flowered 

- stenogyna. Red. est Spu-) 

ria, t. stenogyna . V cream-coloured bastard 

- subbiflora . purple 

- Susiana Chalcedonian 

- tricuspidata. L. est Mo-) , T 

nra trfcngpb \ Morffia - tndent-petaled 

- tricuspis, a. Th. est Mo-> ™ , . 
raa villi >-a i Flag, hairy 

- tricuspis. Th. est Moraea) ,r 

tricuspis \ Morsea, tndent-petaled 

- tricu-pis. Jacq. est M..-jf , 

raa tenuis . C brown-flowered 

tripetahw . . , . ?. . , . °™*\ three-petal-like 



577 
531 


Iris tristis. Th. est Mor?ea> ™ , ,. , , 
trlstis J Haf, dull-coloured 

tuberosa Iris, snake's-head 

| hium" '" ' ' UH tS ' J Fla ^ S P anish 


16 


variegata 


. Iris, variegated 




villosa. B. R. est Mora?a 


Flag, hairy 








587 


viscaria. Th. est Morsea, 


bird-limed 


687 

687 
2685 


Xiphioides 

Xinluum .- 

Xijiliium. Jacq. est Xi-j 

pbioides < 


. Pyrenean 

. Spanish 

Pyrenean 


24.10 
2400 


Itea Cyrilla. W. est Cyrilla) 
racemiflora < 


Cyrilla, Carolina 
. Itea, Virginian 


>:>M) 












14-.';; 

432 


, ' i, '" 1,,r 


. Justii'ia, dotted-flowered 


Is47 


cristata. Jacq. est Ap-j 


Aphelandra, dense-spiked 


"430 


Eustachiana 

furcata. H. K. (Peru-j 


. Eustaehia 

Peruvian 








21 si; 


infundibuliformis. L.j 

est Crossandra undulse-] 
folia < 


Cro>sandra, waved -leaved 


1014 






32.1 






l.r.s 






-2:j«*»7 






ls-|i 
4; ;ii 

1358 


■ pulchella. Roxb. est} 


. bloody-veined 

Peruvian 


1578 

21)60 


pulcherrima. Jacq. est} 

Aphelandra cristata . . . . $ 


Aphelandra, dense-spiked 


1578 

458 


tetragona. Vahl. est > 

Aphelandra cristata ....$ 
Ixia Africana. L. est Aristea> 


Aphelandra, dense-spiked 
Ari^tea, crass-leaved 


673 

.-.S!» 


■ angusta. W. est radiata . . 


s- flowered 


1013 


K.^Capilla-J 
Hs.. y. aulica ? 


— rose-cok.urert 



-bicolor. B.M. est spa-> . 

nix is bicolor > b 

-WMfera. L. «* grandi-^ ve i vet -flowered 

-buTbifer'a. L. e ^Sparaxi S > su ipi mr . co loured 

bulbitera $ y 

-Bulbocodium. L. est ) crocus . leaved 

roseum ... .y 

— Bulbocodium, var. spe-i 
ciosum est ] Bk% crimson 

speciosum _._ J 



Trichonema, rose-coloured 

-mttftt. P«r .arnica ) rose -coloured 

H. K.) > ' 

- capillaris, var. gracilima . . slender 

. . flesh-coloured 

- cartilaginea. Lam. est ) 

Watsonia marginata. var.> Watsonia, lesser, broad-leaved 

-ChmeiiVisVL.'«t'Par-) f . n -^ 

danthus Chinensis $ lx,a ' Cnmese 

13. R. est) sickle-leaved 

- cinnamonea.Th.^H.sj Eveni flower . cinnamon 

" * ., variegated 

. Salisb. est patens . . crimson 

orange-coloured 

usia corymb'ol.!?^ Lapeyrousia, level-topped 

- crateroides Ixia, crimson 

- crispa curled-leaved 

-*g* L ' eCi Moraa | Mow*, curled-leaved 

-"■N-in-na: li.u: ;;;lv-> l usi level . t 

(.. •yr-.iNiu eorymbosa . ..$ * * Fi 

~tonia a cro C rta M * '" \ lx ™> saffron - coloured 

-rr.-'.n. J.,yest Tri-> Trichonema) c hannel-leaved 

chonema crueiata ) 

- cu?ta. IJ. U. m* mona-> Ix! 
delpha S 

-dtusra. U.K. l.^fTri-i Tr 

- erecta Ixia, upright 

- erecta, rar. odorata yellow, sweet-scented 



LATIN INDEX. I 

Ixia erecta, var. violacea, Th.) j x - a fl exuose 

est flexuosa $ ' 

~sk Wia" ^.^.TT} L W° usia > cut-leaved 

fHe8pe'r«m-> Ixia BickU ,. leaved 

tha taicata > ' 

~toi!ia S f t M» ""t rata i".7' ™r| THt0nia ' °P en - flowered 

- filiformis. Vent, est pa-) j . cr : mson 

- fistulosa hollow-leaved 

- ftstalosa. B. H. m* radiate. nodding-flowered 

lis. Sal. est ) jJabiana crimson 
i'.ahiana villosa S 

- flexuosa Ixia, flexuose 

- flexuosa. L. est Hybrida. . bending 1 - stalked 

fugacissima. L. est Ga-) Gakxi narrow _ leaved 

laxia graminea > 

'ovah^"' L '^ G9 ^f*\ large-flowered 

- gibba. Salis'b. est Trito-) Tritoni copper . coloured 
ma deusta $ 

~^!T^^' eSfGeiS '\ Tile - root > narrowest-leaved 
-ppdkaj^V^flfr l xia ,. s lender 

- .-raudinnra, -u. I J. M. est} velvet-flowered 

[mora, a. .} 

- grandiflora ,8. est Spa-) g j streaked-flowered 

-• - $ " 

- holosericea. Jacq. est ) Ixi velvet . flowered 

randiflora, a. .$ 

- hybrida bending-stalked 

-incarnate. Jacq. est Ca-) glender 

pillans var. gracihma . . . S 

- laneca. Th. est Tritonia) Tritoni Swee t- S cented 
squalida \ 

- longiflora. H K. est ) long-flowered 

Tritoma longif. $ 

longifolia. Jacq. est Mo-) MonEa flexuouse 

rsea flexuosa \ 

• maculata, var. amethyst . . Ixia, amethystine 

- maculata, var. ochrofeuca. cream-coloured, spotted 

- ma.'ulata, var. viridis green-stained 

- maculata Th. est conica. . orange-coloured 

) — marginata. H K. est j Watsonia l on g-spiked 
5 Watsonia margmata,a...$ * 6 * 

liniata. Jacq. est Trito-) Tritonia i ate -flowering 

t lmniata $ 

a Ixia, monadelphous 

orange-coloured, monade] 

• est I Geissorhiza, yellow-flowered 



jeiS "S Ixia, dwarf 

'.. L '.!!!. S . C !!"i squil-flowered 

"tha^osa'f l^T.™^ Evening-flower, grass-leaved 

- plantaginea. H. K. l.est) Watsoni small _ nowe red 

taginea . . .} 

- polystachia. L. est erecta. Ixia, upright 
-Hv-tu.hh, axiaretusa^ Lily of the Valley scented 

- pudica! 'H.'B.'esi Tri-> Tricho Wugh 
chonema pudicum ) 

"anrvmosl!?:.!^ ^"J Babkna ' Crim3 ° n 

^SSSSSt^.T!^} purple-flowered 

- pusilla. B. It. rsl ^er-umla. Ixia. mie-ranked 

\ ; ); *^\ Tile-root, narrowest-leaved 
"* Hes "£ Ixia,nodding-flowered 

*"<K££ nfseuni?.'. J^\ ****»»«* rose-coloured 
-reflex, B. R, »i Scil-J ^ 3quil „ flowered 

il . K. (Ixia po-j L . % Qf the yalley gcented 

' nc °"i Trichonema, channel-leaved 

i Trichone-) rose-coloured 

)-cyanea. Jacq. <?s* > ._. red . Wue 
1 i-cyanea.. .J * 

- scillaris, a. latifolia squil-flowered 

.::: , : T ;. , ::'^— L % 0f ^VaUey scented 
Kffl.*.«#Ba-S Babiana, upright 

VoXza^ecunda'a ^'\ Ixb ' one - ranked 

- secimda. Vahl. csHrv]--) Gfis-orhi/a, white- flowered, one 
sorhiza secunda, /3 J ranked 

- serotina. Sal. est erecta . . Ixia, upright 
"sorhTzTseSea?/. ^T\ Tile - r00t ' narrowest-leaved 
'T^te' **™&l Tritonia, sweet-scented 




Kitaibelia, vii 

blistering 
now-leaved 
cowled, • 



-flava. B. R. es<Trico-> 



•l gloss; 



- mixed-coloured 

jieras-leaved 



Lachenalia lanceaefolia. Jacq. ) ~ . . . , . . , 

est Drimia lancezefolia S Dnnua > Iess er plain-leaved 

lucida Lachenalia, glossy-leaved 

luteola. Jacq. est Tri-) „ . . 

color, ,«r. luteola \ yellow-floored 

nervosa nerved-leaved 

orchioides, « spotted-leaved, orchis- 
like 

orchioides, y sessile-flowered 

orchioides. Jacq. est\ . 

pendula, /3. W. est > spotted-leaved, four-co- 

Quadricolor > loured 

purpuro-caerulea purple-blue 

pttrtulata ...c ■ = — blistered 

quadricolor four-coloured 

quadricolor, spotted-leaved, four-co- 

quadricolor, y, lutea . . . spotted-leaved, yellow 

racemosa starch-scented 

mia lance-pfolia 4 Drimia, lesser, plain-leaved 
rubida . . . . Lachenalia, dotted-flowered 

la serotina*." ..*.!.„... A S 1 uil > brown-flowered 
TTda^\^!^^:i Lachenalia, dotted-flowered 

tricolor three-coloured 

tricolor, /3. luteola yellow-flowered 

tricolor. Jacq. est } spotted-leaved, four- 

quadricolor ) coloured 

unicolor, (3. plain-leaved, self-co- 

unifolia one-leaved 

b ox-leaved 

— buxifolia, 13. glauca .... glaucous, box-leaved 

— eriocephala woolly-headed 

— glauca. Sal. est buxi-) , , 
fbHa, <3 \ glaucous, box-leaved 

— purpurea purple-flowered 

Lactuea perennis Lettuce, perennial 

Lagasca mollis Lagasca, soft-leaved 

Lagerstrcemia Indica Lagerstrcemia, Indian 

Lamium Orvala Archangel, balm-leaved 

tna aculeata Lantana, prickly 

— Africans. L. est Spiel- > c ., . .,. 

m . $ Spilmanma, Afncana 

— uivea white-flowered 



Lantana trifolia Lantana, three-leaved 

Lanevrousia rorvmbosa Lapeyrousia, level-topped 

sissifolia leafy-spiked 

— juncea. B. M. ) cut-leaved 

est Anomatheca juncea . ) 

Lasidpetalum ferrugineum Lasiopetalum, rusty 

purpureum purple-flowered 

quercifolium oak-leaved 

solanaceum solanum-leaved 

S^S^.f^.TfJ solauum-leaved 

Lathyrus articulatus Lathyrus, jointed-podded 

odoratus Pea, or vetchling sweet 

sativus Lathyrus, blue-flowered 

spectabUis Forsk. est) cntori wing . ]eaved 

Clitona Ternatea \ 

tingitanus Pea, Tangier 

tuberosus Lathyrus, tuberous 

Lavandula dentata Lavender, tooth-leaved 

Lavateraakhsifolia. M. est) Lavatera , annual 

bispida — hairy 

plebeia mallow-like 

thuringiaca great-flowered 

triloba 

Laurus aggregata 

Canella. Mill est Cas- J 

Cinnamonium Cinnamon-tree 

diospyroides. Mic. esO B t . 

diospyrus $ 7 ' g5y 

melissffifolia. Watt, est} twiggy 

Lebeckia nuda Lebeckia, naked 

Lechenaultia formosa Leeheuaultia, handsome 

1 'i'-r'f -V Vi , cana ' MilL est l Phlomis, lions-tail 

Phlomis Leonurus > 

Leptospermum flavescens Yellowish, South-sea-myrtle 

gnu -myrtle, large-leave 

Lessertia pulchra Lessertia, Comptesse de Van 

L„u : .1. adron acaulon. L. est) p rot stemless 

Protea acauhs S 

cynaroides. L. est ) artichoke-flowered 

Protea ( vuaroules $ 

cynaroides, 0. L. esO broad-leaved, great- 

Protea grandiflora, a $ flowered 

grandiflorum great-flowered 

lepidocarpon. Sp. Pl.> black-flowered 

est Protea lepidocarpon . ) 



Protea £ ^f!*. ,\ Protea > honey-bearing 

— Scolymo cephalum. J 

Sp. PI. est Protea scoly-> small smooth-leaved 

Leucojum sestivum Snow-flake, summer 

autumnale autumnal 

pulchellum. P. L. est} 

sestivum £ summer 

vernum, # Carpathian, spring 

scariosa scarious-cupped 

spicata spiked 

squarridosa. Mich, est) . , 

hicidum Privet, Chinese, or Wax-tree 

itVrum Lily, orange 

bulbiferum, #. umbel-) umbel-flowering-, bulb- 

latum 5 bearing- orange 

bulbiferum. Th. est > r . 

concolor J Chinese oran £ e 

Canadense, a Canadian 

Canadense, (3 deep-coloured Canadian 

Carolinianum Carolina Martagon 

Carolinianum. Mich. ) , 

erfsuperbum \ SU P erb 

Catesbsei Catesby's " 

. . . Chinese orange 

— martagon, a. smooth- stalked martagon 

— martagon, /2 Turks-cap 

— monadelphum monadelphous 

.U.K. ...^ Pensylvaman 

— Philadelphicum Philadelphian 

— pompon, «. rubra scarlet-pompone 

— - pompon, 0. lutea pompone 

Red. est) 
pomponium, jS \ pompone 

— Sarniense. Don. est) ^ 
Amaryllis Sarniensis . . . $ Guernsey 

— speciosum. B. R. est ) A . ^ , OI _ , 
tigrinum \ tiger-spotted, Chinese 

— spectabile. Sal. est ) ^ £ t , 
Catesb*i \ Catesbys 

— superbum superb 

— tigrinum tiger-spotted, Chinese 

nocharis Plumieri Limnocharis, Plumier's 

K i Limodorum, tall 



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46 2097 



Liinodorum falcatum 
— hyacinth. D< 

Cymbi " 



B. If 

. Tankervillue. W. est\ 

[etia Tankervillise ' 

• tuberosum. (Calopo-i 
in pulchellus.) J 



. Limodorum, fragrant 
Cymbidium, hyacinthir 



i. 




venustum. B. R. 

liyppricifolium 

erica 



mallow-flowered 

four-leaved 

three-styled 

iiKillmv-tlmvciviI 




LnliHia iiiii(l(Mit.ita Lobelia, s 

Loddigesia oxalidifolia Loddigesia, oxalis-leaved 

I !f< ilia Lomatia, sulphur-wort-leaved 

LO t"ettul n aU n L a.r. f . B . U . r ^ "^drilh. Cape 
cseralea Woodbine, blue-berried 

1796 — sTKB. ;::.^.\ ■«— * ?«-< 

1318 flava Woodbine, yellow-flowered 

punicea crimson-flowered 

sempervirens, «. major great-trumpet 

sempervirens, /3. minor CarolinaHrumpet 

Lopezfc M«*\ieana Lopezia, Mexican 

zT*ssr:>2r.:~\ — ««*«- 

Lopbiola aurea Lopbiola, golden-crested 

Lotus Australia Lotus, New Holland 

birsutus Bird's-foot trefoil, hairy 

Jacobseus Lotus, black-flowered 

odoratus Bird's-foot trefoil, sweet-scentei 

tetragonolobus Lotus, winged 

Luffa foetida Luffa, stinking 

Lupinus arboreus Lupin, tree 

microcarpus small-podded 

mutabilis changeable-flowered 

Nootkatensis Nootka sound 

Nootkatensis, p Lee's, Mi-. 

perennis perennial 

/ 
Dec. est Phlox 4 . imidea, rough-stemmed 

i Lychnis, Alpine 

coronata Chinese 

fulgens fulgent 

TorlZ^T:. ?":.'?} chinese ■ 

:ium foetidum. L. Sup. est} 

Japonicum. (Serissa foe-J Boxthorn, Japanese 

tida. H. K.) 

Indicum. Retg. est > Japanese 

Japonicum § v 

Lysimachia Epheraerum Loosestrife, willow-leaved 

— quadriflora four-leaved 

— bulbifera bulb-bearing 

— thyrsiflora tufted 

— verticillata — - verticillate 

Lythrum alatum Lythrum, hexandrous 

*g A a"um?™ m .f"?:."!i T™"**' fine-branched 

fruticosum. L. est } n • , „ w , f ,, 

Grisleatomentosa \ Gnslea, Woodford s 



Ill 



Lvthrum virgatum « ill ■ ■«-■ l^rh. tine-branched 

Madia, clammy 

Magnolia acuminata Magnolia, blue, or cucumber-tree 

~ tata ffif ° lia ' P ' L ' \ brown-stalked 

tris.P. L. estl ear-leaved 

- conspicua. lily-flowered, or Yulan 

-discolor. Vent, est ) purple 

— v £Sr { ' *■* est . *r!l - — «**»** 

fuscata » brown-stalked 

glauca, y Thompson's new-swamp 

macrophylla large-leaved 

versicolor. P. L. est) brown-stalked 

Maherniii incisa ■ • Mahernia, cut-leaved 

..'.* Malaxis, lily-leaved 

Malcomia maritima. H. K ) Stock Mediterranean 
(Cheiranthus mantunus .1 $ 

: , liarbadoes-cherry, smooth-leaved 

lucida wedge-leaved 

volubilis twining 

Malva abatiloides Mallow, Bahama 

, Amrena lively-flowered, Cape 

prostrata' pimpernel-flowered 

Manulea tomeutosa Manulea, woolly 

•;t'.'!':i Maranta. narrow-leaved 

Zebrina Maranta, striped-leaved 

M ' , « ' ', V { Marica, yellow-flowered 

elmim ( ahti.iniia. H. K.)> 

Martinicensis Martinique 

Northiana broad-stemmed 

paUudosa marsh 

plicata. (Sisyrinchium) sma ll-flowered 

■ S tum a H S K y ) rinChiUm i streak-flowered 

Martynia annua. L. est pro-> Martvni ^ horn-capsuled 

Louisiana. M3L est} horn-capsuled 

proboscidea S 

j — perennis. L. est > Gloximaj spotted-stalked 



Martynia proboscidea 
Massonia angustifolia , 
- corymbosa . . , 



Martynia, horn-capsuled 
m t-scented 

Hyacinth, Cape 

:• net-flowered 




Medeola Virginiana 

i -.rieusis Medick, Civ* pin--! 

Melaleuca decussata Melaleuca, decussa 

neriifolia (Tristania) 



• 



Helonias, channel-leaved 




Melasphaerula graminea 
Melastoma coi 

- granulosa 



I Helonias, Virginian 

branching 
da, grass-leaved 



,-\u-: 



Melia Azedarach 

Melianthus minor 

Melodinus monogynus . 



, Melodinus, East India 



.M.li--i ft andiflora Balm, great-tlnweiv.i 

ATmispermuin Canadense Moonseed, Canadian 

Menyanthus exaltata Buck-bean, tall 



Mentzelia oligosj)enna 



great bearded-leaved 
two-coloured 

bearded-flowered 
depressed-tongue 




Mirabilis Jalapa Marvel of Peru, common 

^blphuTvisc^sus . I'!. \ Umbrella-wort, viscid 

Mirbelia reticulata Mirbelia, netted-leaved 

Molucca lsevis Molucca-balm, smooth 

MoinoHli. (Ii. i.m-; M.. , ,,;\ tui.crculated 

Elaterium Cucumber, squirting 

; ma Monarda, scarlet-flowered 

Russilliana ■ dotted-flowered 

• 

Speciosa \ Monsoma, large-flowered 

lobata broad-leaved 

speciosa large-flowered 

Morrea angusta Morsea, rolled-leaved 

bituminosa yellow-flowered clammj 

tea^JSa" ^"l^} Aristea ' taUe <* 
Chinensis^Pardan-> , . „ 

thus Cliiiiensis $ Ixia ' Chinetlsls 

ciliata, a Morsea, ciliate-leaved 

ciliata, j3 blueisb-flowered ciliate 

flowered 
crispa short-spathed 

edulis long-leaved 

edulis, y yellow esculent-rooted 

flexuosa flexuose 

iridiuuies. Mant. est) . , , 

Iris moraoides * perennial-leaved 

y, miniata minor A lesser equal-flowered 

iriopetala. W. est Col-? 

lina, y, miniata minor. . . t lesser equal-flowered 

longiflora long-flowered 

lmrens. I,, est Aristea) . . 

melaleuca \ Anstea, mourning-flowered 

melaleuca. Th. est ) 

Aristea melaleuca ] mourning-flowered 

Northiana. B. R, est) AT . . . 

Marica northiana i iVlanca > broad-stemmed 

odora. P. L. est edulis . Moraea, yellow esculent-rooted 

palmifolia. Jacq. est) , T • „ „ 

Marica pBeata ........ \ Manca > small-flowered 

papilionacea Moraea, dwarf 

— — - Pavonia Moraea, orange-coloured 

rica P pUca a ta ..*"„ ?f. ^i\ Marica ' s malI-flowered 




- tricolor. B. 

- tl'H'U-jiis, at. 

- ttii'ilsp'is, ,2. 

- tncu<|)is, y. 



t tri-ri^ Klair, dull-coloured 

Moraea, trident-petaled 

Iris, peacock 

Moraea, yellow trident-petaled 

Flag, dull-coloured 



Morns p-i;>\ riff r: 



, . . . Moraea, long-clawed - 
> Paper, mulberry-tree 

Musa coccinea Banana, scarlet 

Muscari anihrosiarum. H. est) ,, , , . , „ 
Lachenaliaorchioides ..\ Musk-hyacmth, yellow 

botryoides Hyacintb, grape 

comosum two-coloured 

moschatum Grape-Hyacinth, musk 

moschat, 0, flavum .... Musk-Hyacinth, yellow 

orchioides. Mill, est) T , ,. ., „ . 

Lachenaliaorchioides . .\ ^achenaha, sessde-flowered 

i Grape- Hyacinth, musk 



. Chinese 
Buck-wheat, Tree, or Privet- 
leaved Mylocaryum 



Mylocarium ligustri 

Myoporum debile Myoporum, 

J chusa Barrelieri \ Bu S loss ' Barrels 

Myrtus Braziliana. L. est Pli-> 



Myrtle, globe-berried 
longifolia . . Pimento, long-leaved 
Myrtle, woolly-leaved 



■ - 

«f Sida napsea S '* 

lams. L. <?s*SidaNa-> 

P*a S 



1 Virginian 



LATIN INDEX. 



Narcissus Tazetta Narcissus, Polyanthus 

tenuior slender 

1, (Narcissus oriental) .§ ° f the Levant 

triandrus Daffodil, reflexed 

triandrus, var. luteus . . Narcissus,yellow,reflex-flowered 

H. k!) .^. . ( . N : ™!T.\ } narrow-leaved 

viridiflorus Jonquil, green, autumnal 

Narthecium Americanum Narthecium, American 

Nauclea Adina Nauclea, Myrtle-leaved 

Nclumhiuni speciosum Bean, sacred of India 

Nemophila phacelioides Nemophila, Arkansia 

Neottia acaulis. Ex.Bot.es^picta Neottia, spotted-leaved 
cernua nodding-flowered 

glandulosa glandulous 

orchioides frosted-flowered 

picta spotted-leaved 

speciosa red-flowered 

Nepenthes Phyllamphora Pitcher-plant, Yentricose 

Nepeta longiflora. (N. Mus- ) n . . . , , , , 
^, ri ( , K V < at-nunt, long-tubed 

Anisomeles Malabariea . \ Anisomeles, Malabar 
Willdenoviana est } r . . . , . . , 

longiflora 5 Cat - mmt ; long-tubed 

Nerine pulchella Nerine, pale-pink 

rosea rose-coloured 

Nerium coronarium Rosehay, broad-leaved 

odorum, y Oleander, flesh-coloured, sweet- 

odorum double sweet-scented 

Newdorffia Peru i.-'N.-/ . 

1 a, trailing 

I iiysaloides Nicandra, Physalis-like 

i Nicotiana Langsdorffii Tobacco, Langsdorff's 

repanda stem-clasping, Havannah 

undulata New Holland 

quadrivalvis Missouri 

Nigella damascena Fennel, flower-garden 

Hispanica Spanish 

latifolia. MiU. est His- J e . . 

panica \ S P amsh 

orientalis , . . . . — oriental 

Nolana paradoxa Nolana, violet-coloured 

prostrata trailing 

ra Nuttalia, disitate-leaved 

Nyct.mtln >s Sambac. L. est } Jasmine, Tuscan, or Kudda- 

Jasminum Sambac § Mulla 

Nycterium Amazonicum Night-shade, Lambert's 



Nymphsea ad vena Water-lily, three-coloured 

Kalmiana Canadian 

Lotus Egyptian 

lutea. Mic. est Kalmiana Canadian 

Nelumbo. L. est Ne-> „ 

lumbium speciosum . . . . J Bean > sacred of India 

nitida Water-lily, cup-flowered 

odorata . sweet-scented 

odorata, /3, minor lesser Sweet-scented 

pygmaea pi^y 

rubra red-flowered 

rubra, /3, rosea rose-coloured 

stellata, /3 larger-flowered, Starred 

tetragona. Georg. est) 

pygmrea ] P 1 ^ 

— — versicolor changeable 

Ocimum canum Basil, hoary 

scutellarioides skullcap-like 

CEdera prolifera (Edera, proliferous 

(GauraTuTabilis) .'.....} ^nothera, anomalous 

— cespitosa Evening-primrose, matted 

— corymbosa CEnothera, corymbose 

— Fraseri Evening-primrose, Frazier's 

— frufieosa (Enothera, shrubby 

— glauca Evening-primrose, glaucous- 

— grandiflora, CEnothera, pubescent, great- 

flowered 
tgis est ma-) _, 
crocarpa < Evening-primrose, Missouri 

— longiflora Oenothera, long-flowered 

— odorata, sweet-scented 

— P umil » dwarf 

— purpurea purp i e 

— tetraptera _ white-f 

undulata. H. K. est ) ^ tl 

odorata, i CEnothera, sweet-scented 

° 1,:i Nfrana Olive, sweet-scented 

1 1, two-leaved 

Carthagenense. H.i 

K. (Epidendrum undula-V Epidendrum, spread-eagle 

flexuosum Oncidium, zigzag 

Ononis fruticosa Rest-harrow, shrubby 

11 Hispanica small-leaved 

11 itn \ • ' : " yellow-flowere 

1 round-leaved 

jima Ouosma, Siberian simple 



119 



(i - . t '..urica Onosma, golden-flowered 

Ophiopogon Japonicus Snake's-beard, Japan 

Ophioxylum serpentinum Ophioxylnni, throe-leaved 

Ophrys arachnites Ophrys, black-spider 

-cernua. Mich, est ) Neo ttia, nodding-flowered 

Neottia cernua $ 

insectidora, ,, L. est) Ophrys, black-spider 

arachnites S - - 

tenthredinifera Saw-fly 

Oplotheca Floridana Oplotheca, Florida 

Opuntia nigricans. Haw. est) 

Cactus tuna. ear. nigri-> Indian-tig, ksser hlack-spmcd 

Orbea bufonia. Haw. est Sta-> stanelia, toad-flowered 

peliaBufonis $ r 

iTaculo^" HaW * ^ StaP i spotted-leaved 

Orchis acuminata.' ."." Orchis, pointed-flowered 

— cornea. H. K. 1. est) Sat mm , great-flowered, Cape 

Satynuni carneuni $ 

ciliaris. W. est Ha-> Habenaria, yellow-fringed 

longicornis Orchis, long-spurred 

Sulphurea pale-yellow 

Orelia grandiflora Aubl. est) AUamanda> ^Mow-leaved 

Allamanda cathartica . . . y 

I hi gamma dietanmus Dittany of Crete 

maru Marjoram, lavender-scented 

. . . , . Star of Bethlem, large-flow- 
ered 

aureum Ornithogalum, golden 

bivalve. L. est Allium) QarU strea k-leaved 

striatum S 

McamSr 6 " ^ "' \ MhUC&} l&TgeT 

Capense! L.'e^Erio-> Eriospermum, short-pedicled, 

spermum latifol ) broad-leaved 

caudatum Star of Bethlem, long-spiked 

concinuum. Sal. est ) Gibraltar 

unifolium $ 

— giganteum. Jacq. est) Drimia taUest 

Dnmia altissima y 

gramineum Star of Bethlem, grass-leaved 

juncifolium rush-leaved 

lacteum milk-white 

latifolium broad-leaved 

— tlT enm ' L ' est Gagre i Gageaj yellow 

nanum. Brot. est uni-> gtar of Bethlem , one-leaved 

folium S 

Narbonense * arbonne 

nutans ■ Neapolitan 

punctatum. Th. est ) Eucomigj spo tted-leaved 

Eucomis punctata ) 



. Star of BetJdem, revulttte-tlms - 

Squilla (SciUa mari-> Onion, common sea, or officinal 

tima. H.K.) $ squill 

thyrsoides Star of Bt'tl.h-m, thyr-e-ilmver 

unifolium one-leaved 

glaucum. P. L. est ) ,,, , .. . . , . 

Orobus hirsutus Bitter-vetch, hairy 

lathyroides upright 

niger black 

varius party-coloured 

vernus early-flowering 

Onmtiiun Jiiptmicum Orontium, Japan 

> Olive, sweet-scouted 

est Olea tragrans } 

Othonna amplexicaulis Othonna, leaf- clasped 

denticulata tooth-leaved, African 

pectinata worm-leaved 

pinnata pinnated, or African rag- 

Oralis caprina (cernua. H. K.) . Wood-sorrel, goat's-foot 

grandiflora. Jacq. esti , . „ . 

v-.vr.il.ilw '■"■• alliill \ white-flowered 

hirta. Jacq. est rubella. Oxalis, red-flowered 

lobata Wood-sorrel, lobed-leaved 

pentaphylla five-fingered 

rubella red-flowered 

variabilis, var. rubra. . . red-flowered, variable 

versicolor striped-flowered 

violacea violet-coloured 

-j-eciosus Oxyanthus, tube-flowered 

Oxybaphus viscosus Umbrella-wort, viscid 

OxylnVmm arlx.rescens Oxylobium, tall 

cordi folium heart-leaved 

Oxytropis Lamberti Oxytropis, Lambert's 

Pachysandra procumbens Pachysandia. trailing 

Paeonia albiflora Peony, white-ilowered 

anomala jagged-leaved 

Daurica Daurian 

edulis, var. Sinensis . . . Cbinese-eatable 

humilis dwarf 

Moutan Moutan, or Chinese-tree Peony 

Moutan, var Peony Moutan, single- flowered 

officinalis common, siii^l.' ■ilmvered 

peregrina crimson-flowered 



.... Peony, hne-leaved 

'iris Palafoxia, lavender-leaved 

Paliurus vir-atus < hnst's-thorn, Nepal 

i i (trifolia. H. K ) . . Panax, lesser 

- quinqnefolia livr-leaved, or Ginsenir 

Paneratimn amancaes Pancratium, golden 

Amboinense Amboyna 

amcenum Sea-daffodil, broad spear-leaved 

calathiforme. R. est ... Pancratium, white Brasil 

calathinum white Brasil 

Caribceum,t;ar.l467-6/ w . , „ 

(speciosum. H.K.) ....} ^ est Indian 

declinatum. Jacq. est) Wegfc j ndian 

disciforme. Red. est\ . 

distichum fan-leaved 

expansum spreading-flowered 

^:;;;r."::.r:':-.::'.::'.1- — »■—*-- 

Illyricum Illyrian 

Mexicanum. Mich.es?) . , . 

lHM-vifdl'uun. P. L. est) . . 

Amboinense \ Amboyna 

rotatum, a. American 

rotatum, /3 large-crowned 

speciosum Sea-daffodil, balsam-scented 

■^r:'.! d : "'} p — «»■»■ *« '■*» 

~.:: ! . : :'r:. s :"::-:'. ni :1 — «**■ 

Zeylanicum one-flowered, or sea- 
daffodil 

Papaver Caucasicum Poppv, Cam- asean 

le, &, flavus .... naked-stalked ■ 

stalked 

Parnassia Caroliiiiana Grass of Parnassus, Carolina 

thenium Hysterophorus .... Parthemum. cut-leaved 

"mSTm h :.::'\ s,ratM * s ™"°"' 

grandiflora Passerina, great-flowered 

Pa-Mflora alata Passion-flower, winged 



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Passiflora cuerulea Passion-flower, common 

ciliata fringe-leaved 

edulis purple-fruited 

foetida stinking 

holocericea silky-leaved 

incarnata,/3,Bot.Reg.) , , . . 

est edulis * \ purple-frmted 

lunata crescent-leaved 

quadrangularis square-stalked 

racemosa Princess Charlotte's 

■ notch-leaved 

Patersonia, long-scaped 

Pedicularis Canadensis Louse-wort, Canadian 

Pelargonium acetosum Crane's-bill, sorrel 

betulinum birch-leaved 

bicolor two-coloured 

ceratophyllum horn-leaved 

cordatum (cordifolium). heart-leaved 

crassicaule thick-stalked 

dasycaulon thick-stemmed 

glaucum . H .' K. ' (Ian- ) * ^ ^^ *"* f § , 

ceolatum) \ spear-leaved 

glutinosum Crane's-bill, clammy 

incrassatum fleshy-leaved, or Crane's- 
bill 

lanceolatum. B. M.est) „ , 

glaucum. H. K \ Geranium, spear-leaved 

lobatum, a Crane's-bill, cow-parsnip-leaved 

peltatum Geranium, ivy-leaved 

pictum. B. R. est pul-> „ , .... 

chellum 5 Crane S_ML none-such 

pinnatum pinnated 

pulchellum none-such 

quinatum five-fingered 

radicatura fleshy, fringe-leaved 

radula Geranium, rasp-leaved 

rapaceum, Crane's-bill, yellow fumitory- 

reniforme kidney-leaved 

ternatum ternate 

tetragonia Geranium, square-stalked 

tomentosum penny-royal 

tricolor three-coloured 

triste, /3, filipenduli-> Pelargonium, drop-wort-leaved, 

f° Juim § night-smdiiiiir 

Peliosanthes numilis Peliosanthes, dwarf 

Teta Teta, green-flowered 

V ' '<-'■• ' '■■ ■ " t u 

Pterospermum acerifol .§ Pteros P er mum, maple-leaved 
Erythroxylou Red-wood, St. Helena 



Pentapetes suberifolia. L. est) 
Pterospermum suberifol.f 

Pentstemon campanulata Pentstemon, bell-flowered 

digitalis Foxglove-like 

glabra Nuttall's 

pubescens, a, latifol broad-leaved, hairy 

Pergularia minor Creeper, West Coast 

sanguinolenta Pergularia, bloody-juiced 

Pcripbica Grreea Periploca, common 

Perilla ocymoides Perilla, balm-leaved 

ir-leaved 

Petalostcmum violaceum Petalostemum, purple-flowered 

ja volubilis Petrea, twining 

mhHa pulcheUa H. K. > Protea fennel . leavcd 

(Protea pulcheUa) $ 

IVtimiu nvotiiii-iiiirtm-a Petunia, large-flowered 

i;; ~(^i A„ t ,,encu m , 1 e SS er g ra s8 -.eav«d 
lilbistrum Savoy 

^xz*+r* ::'.. \ ***- »— «• °* *~* 

ramosum Spider-wort, branching 

spicatum. L. est Wat- J Watsoni smaU .fl wered 

• iginium ) 

Pharnaceum incanum Pharnaceum, hoary 

- longifolia Phaylopsis, long-leaved 

a Philadelphus, common 

inodorus C'arulina, si-cutlt's- 

Phylidrum lanuginosum Philydrum, woolly 

icosa Phlomis, larger-shrubby, or Je- 

— herba venti rough-leaved 

— lunarifolia Russell's, honesty -leaved 

— lyclmitis lamp-wick 

— Samia Samian 

PUox acuminata Phlox, cross-leaved, or Lych- 

carnea , . . . . flesh-coloured 

Carolina Lychnidea, rough-stemmed 

divaricata early-flowering 

— pilosa -'baby 

— pilosa. Mich, est amsena Fraser s, hairy 

— reptans. B. R. est sto-> creeping 

— setacea" '. fiue-leaved 



LATIN INDEX. 

Phlox stolonifera Phlox, creeping 

subulata or Lyehnidea, awl-leaved 

Phormium aloides. L. est La-) - , .. . . , 

chenalia tricolor J Lachenaha, three-coloured 

Phycella ignea, /3 Phycella, fiery, glaucous-leaved, 

Phylica ericoides Phylica, heath-leaved 

spicata spike-flowered 

rMnaftls Pliyllantlm-. -hining-leaved 

Phylloma aloiflorum (Dracaena) . , , _ 

marginata. H. K.) \ Aloe ' the Bourbon 

Physalis edulis Physalis, eatable or Cape goose- 
berry 

viscosa clammy-berried 

Phyteuma betoniceefolium Rampion, betony-leaved 

campanuloides three-flowered 

cordata horned 

Scheuchzeri Scheucher's 

scorzonerifolia scorzonera-leaved 

scorzonerifolia. W. est) ., , , 

betonicsefolia J betony-leaved 

Phytolacca decandra Poke, Virginian 

Phytolacca, tall 

Pimelia, flax-leaved 

rose-coloured 

Piper acuminatum Pepper, dwarf, pointed-leaved 

Piqueria t ' 

Pistacia Lentiscus Mastick-trce, common 

loa Pitcairnia, white 

■ angustifolia narrow-leaved 

bracteata, (3. yellow-flowered 

bromelisefolia scarlet-flowered 

integrifolia entire-leaved 

latifolia broad-leaved 

staminea long-stamened 

sulphurea. B. R. est) 

bracteata \ yellow-flowered 

Pittosporum ferrugineum Pittosporum, rusty-leaved 

tobira glossy -leaved 

viridiflorum — ■ green-flowered 

i'iensis Plantain, Brasilian 

Platylobium formosum Flat-pea, large-flowered 

microphyllum (Bos- ) 

sieamicrophylla. H. K.).] small-leaved 

parviflorum small-flowered 

est Bossiea scolopendra . \ Boss,i£a > flat-stemmed 

triangulare Flat-pea, triangular-leaved 

Plectranthus scutellarioides.i 

Br. Pr. est Ociraum scu-> Basil, sculcap-like 



Forskohkei Forskohl's 

Plumbago Capensis Lead-wort. 1'hlox-like 

Zeylanica. Burin. J 

est rosea } 

Australis (Baptisia ) <, , ,, 

Australia. II. K... !" S "P"°™, blue 

biflora Podalyria, two-flowered, o 

^ gMET j w* ^-*— 

styracifolia storax-leaved 

tinctoria (Baptisia > 

tinctoria. H. K J D > u h 

Podalepis acuminata. H. K. J g ,. 

<^ Scalia jaceoides . . . . f bcalia ' kn »P-*eed 
l\>dolobium triln!.;uii PiMlulobium, holly-leaved 

^rsssfi&sss j «< «■*-■■ 

peltatum Duck's-foot, or May-apple 

Pogonia tuberculata.} 

Hort. <?s£ Myoporum par-> Myoporum, small-leaved 

vifolium J 

Poinciana puleherrima Flower-fence, Barbadoes 

Polemonium reptans Greek Valerian, ereepinjr 

Polyanthes tubero-a Tulierose, common 

Polygala alopeeuroides Milk-wort, fox-tail 

Chamrebuxus box-leaved 

cordifolia heart-leaved 

Heisteria heath-leaved 

oppositifolia opposite-leaved 

• senega officinal, or rattle-si 

■ speciosa shewy 

stipulacea stipuled 

Polygonum crispulum Polygonum, curled 



-2i:i 
1510 

\s-2li 
Ii."»c, 
286 

1367 


Polygonum orientale . 

Pomaderris elliptica ........ 


. Persicaria, tall 

. Pomaderris, oval-leaved 


Pontederia cordata 

andiflora 

Portulaca arachnoides. W, est\ 
Anacampseros arach. . ..[ 

filamentosa. Haw.^ 

est Anacampseros fila- 


. Pontederia, heart-leaved 

. l'urtlamlia, great-flowered 
Anacampseros, white-flowered 






26S!) 
75 

■j;j-H 


Potentilla Atro-sanguinea . . . 

Clusiana 

grandiflora 

splendens 

Pnterumi caudatum 


. Potentilla, deep blood-coloured 

. Clusius's 

large-flowered 

. ■ shining Nepal 

. Burnet, smooth, shrubby 








«;o;} 


odorata. Andor. est , 


sweet-scented 


1375 

1.1S4 
107i» 
•22U 


pentaphylla 

sagittata 


. five-leaved 


Primula acaulis, var. fl. pl.| 


Primrose, lilac, double 
. Primula, cortusa-leaved 


"42 


integrifolia 


. Primrose, entire-leaved 




mafSa 


. Primula, long-leaved 


1161 

2564 


nivalis. Donn, est P.j 

Sinensis 


. Primrose, Chinese 


•24:54 


villosa, /3, nivea 

Prostanthera lasianthos 


. Prostanthera, villous-flowered 








697 


anemonifolia i I-opo-j 

gon anemifol. H. K.) . ..< 


fork-leaved 


171.' J 


n7rm r sa nata ' B ' R ' "' \ 


crown-flowered 


770 


cynaroides 


. artichoke-flowered 








2447 










fl0W ra re c d d flo 


674 


Lepidocarpon (mela- j 

leuca. H.K.) J 


black-flowered 


:u»i 






933 


mucronifolia 


, daggrer-leaved 



Scolymus 

speciosa. 




Coronaria Crab-tree, sweet-scented 

Japonk-a Apple-tree, Japan 

a amara Quassia, bitter 

Quisqualis Indica Quisqualis, Indian 

ia trifloi ■.. ' I / 

talaria triflora £ Crotalana, three-flowered 

!!■.: . / 

> Crow-foot, mountain 
• • • • upright, double 

- Cassubian 

p-amineua uiass-leaved 

nodiflorus, (3 Sicilian, knot-flowered 

parnassifolius Parnassia-leaved 

cut-leaved 

• ; rte-leaved 

Reaurauria, Hypericum-Iike 

^ ~> Alpinia, large-drooping 

Reseda odorata Mignonette 

dius Rhamnus, broad-leaved Azorian 

Paliurus. L. est Zi-> „, . , , 

zypbus Paliurus \ Chr,st s - thorn 

Is. W. est Sabalj „ . _ . -'■•' . , 

■ £ Palmetto, -wanip, ur ibvart sal.al 

stabelliformis. Mas Ground-ratan, dwarf, male 

Rhexia Virginica Rhexia, Virginian 

i i >i*l»'- Uhipsalis, glass-wort-like 

Rhododendron Catawh" 

Caucasian 

.... thyme-leaved 

dotted-leaved 

.... ever-green, daurian 

.... Carolina, dotted-:. -iv.d 

> Rhodora, Canadian 

Rhus toxicodendron, a Poison-oak, rooting 

Ribes multiflorum Currant, Long-spiked 

resinosum clammy 

Ricinus communis Palma-Chn-ti,<H-eastor-tnl-p[; ttl t 

\ 

est caragana, (3 C Robirua > sand > or pea-tree 

■ Halodendron salt-tree 

hispida (viscosa. H. K.) rough-stalked 

ftoefia eQi ita Roella, prickly 

■ decurrens. B. R. est) n , ~ 

Capensis...* Campanula, Cape 




1077 
1377 

10.14 

l"77 
17! '4 
1570 
363 
K'77 
1H.1«» 
69 
1.170 

407 

-»'*.. i 

17*'-' 
cm 

1 .100 
1.100 
132 

I7>:; 

WiOl 
lO'Mi 

2310 

2 
1.17S 

14(10 
13,1s 

2i\n 

1h«»S 

2040 

2311 
22,14 
201 > 
10S4 

1434 

<;,».. 
638 

1792 

<;;>2 
K.31 


bicolor. Hort. est lutea, 


. . Rose, the Ayrshire 

' red and vellow Austrian 


•.-■■■■;-|;ta 


. Macartneysn.se 


— <r ; ;iii t -a/,2. ..'...*... ... 


=iV;i-; : ii' HV ^* 


lutea, #, bicolor 


' ZZ J^kCer.Ml USfriai ' 






provincialis, £ pompone 

repens. \V. es/ arvensis, £. Ayrshire 


Seinperflorens, y, minima 

Rothmannia Capensis. Th. est 

Roxburghia gloriosa (glorio-, 
soides. H.K.) 

viridiflora. Ex. j 

Bot. est gloriosa 1 

Rubus Arcticus 

odoratus 


. Miss Lawrence's 

Gardenia, spotted-flowered 
Roxburghia, gloriosa-leaved 


. Bramble, dwarf 

. Raspberry, flowering 


Rudbeckia columnaris 


. Rudbeckia, high-crowned 










Ruellia cristata. B. R. est \ 
Aphelandra cristata . . . . \ 

varians. Vent, est Jus-j 


Aphelandra, dense-spiked 
. Ruellia, splendid 
Justicia, blue-flowered 


Rulingia pannosa 

Riiscus uiirtrogynus 

hypophyllus 


th-Ieaved 
. Butcher's-broom, climbing 


Ruta angustifolia 


. Rue, narrow-leaved 






Rujochiana verticillara. Mill.) 
est Dracocep. peregTin. . ] 


Dragon's-head, twin-flowered 


minor. Pers. est Adansoni. swamp, or dwarf Sabal 

Sabbatia calvcosa Sabbatia, dichotomous 

S ^ it r5da b ! db °. . a : . D !" n ". * ! ' \ Arrow - head > brittle-stalked 


rigida 

sagittifolia. Lour. ) 

est Sinensis > 


. brittle-stalked 

Chinese 



Scsevola macrocarpa. H. K. > annA* n i„ emnnth 
(Goodenia laevigata) .... $ ^ 00den,a ' sm00tn 
dosa atropurpurea Scabious, sweet 

Scalia jaeeoides (Podolepis ) Scalia knap-weed 
acuminata. H. K ) 

Schisandra coccinea Schisandra, scarlet-flowered 

Srlii/ai.tims pinnatus Schizanthus, wing-leaved 

Schizopetalon Walked Schizopetalon, Walker's 

Schotia tamarindifolia Schotia, broad-leaved 

maena Squill, Byzantine 

nST K f bWCa (S1 1 Siber5an 

bifolia two-leaved 

brevifolia root-sheathed, Cape 

< Spanish Hare-bell, three va 

m ~i Hare-bells, pink-coloured 
scnpta, |3 $ 

" ' "68.. Hyacinth, Cape 

hyacinthoides. Jacq. > Spanish Hare-bell, three vs 

est campanulata ) rieties 

hyacinthoides Squill hyacinth 

Jacquini. Gemel. est) Spanish Hare-bell, three vi 

campanulata $ rieties 

Italica Squill Italian 

Lusitanica Portugal 

nonscripta, /3, carnea . . Hare-bells, pink-coloured 

Peruviana Squill, corymbose 

jT.P^ cox - Donn - est S H Siberian 

Romana Roman 

serotina, var. 1185 brown-flowered 

- serotina, a, et /3. (**-| p j n ^ late-flowering 

chenalia serotina. H. K.) J » 

nl ^Sibiric"^" (amaC i Siberian 

unifolia. H K. (Orni-> gtar of Bethlem> one -leaved 

thogalum umfohum) . . . S 
Scopolia carniolica Jacq. est) Henbanej pendulous-flowered 

Hyoscyamus Scopoha . . \ 
Scorzonera purpurea, @ . . . , 

tingitana 

tissima Scull-cap, tall 

grandiflora Scut- 

■ orientalis Scull-cap, yellow-1 




Sedum oppositifolium Seduni, opposite-leaved 

populifolium Stone-crop, poplar-leaved 

semperviroides Sedum, houseleek-like 

spurium bastard 

ternatum purslane-leaved 

Selago ovate Selago, oval-headed 

ManX n toment 1 osa "'. . \ ^anulea, woolly 
Sempervivum arachnoideum . . . House-leek, cobweb 

ciliatum ciliated 

globiferum globular 

globiferum, « villous, globular 

dyvarf 

hen-and-chicken 

Senecio elegans Rag-wort, purple 

Septas globifera Septas, globe-flowered 

aJa. H. K. (Lyciumi _ _. 
Japonicum) ........... \ Boxtll °™; Japanese 

Serratula pulchella Saw-wort, purple-scaled 

quinquefolia five-leaved 

simplex one-flowered 

"~ iz«r;Sa.a p :. p . L .r::i ««*. *w 

Sesamum Indicum Oily-grain, or Indian Sesamum 

Seseli dichotomum Meadow-saxafrage, dichotomous 

. . Seseli, shining-leaved 
. . Meadow-saxafrage, gummy 
> Sesuvium, purslane-leaved 
Sibthorpia peregrina. So. Pl.> ^. 

F prostata.. j »^andra, trailing 

Sida, ear-stipulated 

crested 

....... . a . S . \ halbert-leaved, Mexican 

na P ffia smooth, Virginian 

periptera shuttle-cock 

Sideroxylon Mite Iron-wood, lance-leaved 

Silene bipartita. Desf. est yes-) r 4 . _ ., 

pertmum C c&t< &fiy, Morocco 

. . Armenian 

. . Campion, fringed-flowered 

. . jagged-flowered 

. . Catchfly, dark-flowered 

• • narrow-leaved procum- 




Silene Virginica, var. Mich. > p^ lendid 

est regm S J 

Sisyrinchium anceps. H. K. ) si inchium grass -leaved 

(gramineum) S : 

angustifol. Mill, est ) grass-leaved 

gramineum <. . . . \ 

Berraudiana. H- K. J Iris-leaved 

drirlioides) S 

-californium. H K. ) Mar . ; yeIlow _ flowered 

{ Marica cahfornica) % 

collinum. Cav. est ) Morcea, equal-flowered 

Monea collina, (3 $ 

collinum. Cav. est ) 

Moraa collina, var. Mi-> lesser, equal-flowered 

niata minor j 

elegans. Red. estMo-) straw-coloured, equal- 

raa collina S flowered 

iridioides est Benrni-) Iris-leaved 

diana. H. K $ 

rka la StT H ' K ' \ M * iea ' small - flowered 

-laxum Sisyrincliium, loose-flowered 

palmifolium. Cav. est) jtf ar i ca small-flowered 

Marica plicata $ 

micranthum Sisyrinchium, small-flowered 

— spicatum. Cav. est ) Marica streaked-flowered 

Marica striata $ 

-striatum. H. K. (Ma-> streaked-flowered 

I tenuifolium i Sisyrinchium, narrow-leaved 

;eria Japonica. Des. est) SnakeV beard, Japan 

Ophiopogon Japon % 

Smilacina borealis (Drac*na> S niilacina, Northern 

Borealis. H. K.) $ 

umbellata oval-leaved 

ax glauca Smilax, glaucous-leaved 

herhacea 

Solandra grandiflora 

viridiflora 

Solanum Amazonium. B. R.l 

est Nycterium Amazo-> Nightshade, Lambert s 

- Bafcisa Balbis's 

giganteum tall 

luriuiatuin cut-leaved 

lanceolatum • 

nrirnnatum " wliit<--iuarum.'<I 

plane-tree-leaved 

, (3 orange-thorned 

Saponaceum Solanum, soap-berried 



. . Solatium, Lord Seaforth's 
Soldanella Alpina Soldanella, Alpine 

. . . Golden-rod, tarragon-leaved 
Coptaalba. L.*«M4r*£ Podalyria white . flower ed 
Australis. h.estPoda-} 

lyria Australis ] blue 

biflora. Retz. est Po-> . 

dalyriabiflora \ two-coloured, or sophora 

—^^^ 9 h :::i v r.l ™^> ****** 

"^i!£Sf!5ita..i IbbetS0 ^ spotted-flowered 
^n=^^j Rush-broom, leafless 

daljX"uptnoide's!^ P . ^ Pod % ria * lupine-leaved 

microph M v 

Edwardsia microphylla .\ Edwardsia, small-leaved 

oroboides. Berg, est) ,,. ... t , - , 

Virgilia Capensis . .... .\ Vlr S llia ' vetch-leaved 

tetraptera es£ Edward-? , . , ,, , 

sia tetraptera \ So P hora ' wim J ed -podded 

tinctoria. L. est Po-> „ , . . T ^ , 

daljnitmctoria. .. .\ Podalyria, Dyer s 

Sowerba;a juncea Sowerbsea, rush-leaved 

color Ixia, ringent 

bulbifera sulphur-coloured 

grandiflora, « velvet-flowered 

grandiflora, ft . Sparaxis, streaked-flowered 

tricolor, a. Ixia, three-coloured 

tricolor, B.y.$. Sparaxis, three-coloured 

Africana Sparmannia, African 

11 etnense Broom, three-seeded 

jimceum Spanish 

monospermuni white, single-seeded 

virgatum long-twigged 

^oce Strigosa Button-weed, cross-wort 

. . . Sphserolobium, twiggy 

Spielmannia Africana Spielmannia, Ilex-leaved 

Sp'melia Anlhelinintica U'nnn-grass, annual 

Marilandica Spigelia, or Worm grass, Mary- 

Spilanthes crocata Spilanthes, saffron-flowered 

Spiraea, comely 

trifoliata three-leaved 

■■ " 'arnata Sprengelia, flesh-coloured 

Stachys arenaria Stachys, purple-flowered 

Stachytarpheta Jamaicensis . . . Bastanl-v< , vain, Jamaica 
mutabUis Stachytarpheta, changeable 



Srrutliioiii Hvcf.i. . Sfn:tli!ola, upright 

longiflora. Lam. e»#> . . 

rubra. Doim. est) . .. . 

pubescens \ long-tubed 

virgata. Ex. Boi. est} , , , 

pubescens \ long-tubed 

Stylidium adnatum, & Stylidium, one-celled 

■ — graminifolium — grass-leaved 

tenuifolium tine-leaved 

i flora Styphelia, cluster-flowered 

>rvra\ Anu'i-ira.ti;i. Lam. est) 0i 

hevigatum \ Storax, smooth 

glalii-u Cav. / 

viuarum I sraooth 

lsevigatum smooth 

octandrum. L'Her. est ) 

brvi-ratimi. ._.._... \ ■ - Sm00th 

S\v:ii],,uii!a nirimiUitnliu Sv.ah'-imiu. purple-flowered 

acemosa Snow-berry 

Symphytum as[)errinuin t'omfrey, prickly 

Syringa Persiea Lilac, Persian 

H. K. est Nerium corona- > Rose-bay, broad-leaved 

Tacca iiitegritulia Tacca, entire-leaved 

• !a Tagetes, sweet-scented or < fa 

Marigold 

patula Marigold, French 

tenuifolia Peruvian 

am, reflex-flowered 
:-!iantipe 3 Bryony, female Cape, or EJ 

phant's-foot 
Tanacetum flahi'Uit\n m : > Tansey, fan-leaved 

Hi^ia'frutls^n-. !'.' . ™[\ U] V1™> *l>™l>»y 
Teganium procumbeng. Schm.) ,- , 

est Nolana prostrata . . .\ * 0,ana ' tnulin S 

ulauca Templetonia, glauoou>-I. aved 

retusa wedge-leaved 

Tetragonia expansa Spinach, New Zealand 

> 
liosautli'.-^ Teta 4 Teta ' £ r een-flowered 

est Betonicum \\ Feticnum, hoary 

hyreanicum Hetony-leaved 



Ibata Thalia, mealy 

— Alpinum Meadow-rue, Alpine 

— aquilegifolium Columbine-leaved 

aquilegifolium, y purple-fl.-u Bring 

Thea Cantoniensis. Lour, est} 

Chinensis,j3,TheaHohea,> Tea-tree, Bohea 

*, H. K > 

Tliunbergia alata Tliunbergia, winged-leaved 

^G^^^J^i Gardenia, starry 

fragrans Tliunbergia, twining 

grandiflora — ■ — blue-flowered 

ThvinKru {'amlitii.ina. Wal. est) rri , « , 

* Thymus grandiflora . . . . \ Th ?™' ^-flowered 

Thymus Alpinus Alpine 

^-olinic. ** g-andi-^ large-flowered 

nummularius marjoram-leaved 

Thysaiiotus juuceus Thysanotus, rush-like 

Ti:u - Ila onh't'olia Tiarella, heart-leaved 

Tigridia Herberti Tiger-flower, Herbert's 

Pavonia Ferraria, Mexican 

Tillandsia stricta Tillandsia, frosted, stiff-leaved 

Tradescantia crassifolia Spider-wort, tuberous-rooted 

cristata » . . crest-bunched 

discolor purple-leaved 

fuseata stemless 

spathacea. Sw.est) , , 

discolor T. \ purple-leaved 

Virginica Tradescantia, Virginian 

*435SSS SheepVWd, , re at- fl „„W 

Trichonema caulescens Trichonema, caulescent 

cruciatum channel-leaved 

pudicum blush 

■ roseum, 0. . . rose-coloured 

speciosum crimson 

Trichosanthes anguina Snake-gourd 

tuberosa Trichosanthes, tuberous-rooted 

eruleum 




LATIN INDEX. 

Trifolium incarnatum Trefoil, crimson 

bay-coloured 

Triirlorhm bulbosum Arrow-grass, bulbous-rooted 

Trillium cernuum Trillium, nodding-flowered 

..... white- flowered, upright- 
stalked 

funnel-flowered 

>st i white-flowered, upright- 

...$ stalked 

- enrandiflorum. P. L. > - , „ . 
t erithrocarp \ funnel-flowered 

- rhomboideum. Mich.* white-flowered, upright- 

- sessile sessile 

Tristania nerufolia. H.K.Me j ^^ 01eander . lMved 

Tritoma media Tritoma, glaucous-leaved 

- pumila lesser 

- uvaria serrulate-leaved 

ia Capeusis Tritonia, long-tubed 

- Capensis, /3 lesser, long-flowered 

- crispa curled-leaved 

- crocata Ixia, saffron-coloured 

- deusta Tritonia, copper-coloured 

- lineata Corn-flag, penciled 

- longiflora, a Ixia, long-flowered 

- longiflora, j3, y Tritonia, long-flowered 

- miniata late-flowering 

- rochensis bending-flowered 

msis 8 ?.' ...'.. .".!!'. . T.\ lesser ' long-floored 

- securigera Corn-flag, copper-coloured 

- squalida Tritonia, sweet-scented 

- viridis greenish-flowered 

fetta annua, & Triumfetta, annual 

is Americanus Globe-flower, American 

- Asiaticus Asiatic 

Tropseolum majus Indian-cress, greater 

small 

Tropoelum, ciliated, or Indian- 

Troximon, glaucous-leaved 

Tulbagia alliacea Tulbagia, Narcissus-leaved 

iaia Tulip, Cape 

, Clusius's 

early-dwarf 



ui. 
30 
40 

8 
4/ 

3 


No. 

12(12 
loi.i 
281 

21 Of. 
84 


;j-.» 


K107 


25 

24 


974 

928 


29 

28 


11.12 
1607 

IKMi 

2506 
1550 


32 

53 

43 


1288 
2fi70 
1 s2.-» 


19 


714 


49 

4!) 


2325 

2325 


48 

17 


620 


28 


1137 


14 
-'7 
20 


501 

io:»i 
764 


20 


744 


14 


.10! 


20 


758 


35 


mo 


27 


1096 


27 


I (Hi 2 


24 
•27 
25 


963 

1096 

!«S5 


43 


1777 



Tulipa sylvestris Tulip, wild 

Tupistra x^iiilida Tupistra, Amboyna 

- -tit'olia Tiimeni, narrow-leaved 

trioniflora Venice, mallow-flowered 

Tussilago Alpina Colt's-foot, Alpine 

fragrans sweet-scented 

VM S"LT-" un :. ™. c :i ™*»**j. a*****-* 

Aretostaphylos Madeira 

brachvcerum. Mic. > . . , 

est buxifolium \ box-leaved 

crassifolium tbick-leaved 

diffusum sbiuinir-li i a\ T*d 

macrocarpon Cranberry, American 

myrsinites. Don. est) Whortle-berry, red-twigged de- 

nitidum, var. decutnbens* cumbent 
resinosum, /3 i red-flowered 

Valantia Taurica Valantia, fragrant 

-■:'■ ma. ,£ Valerian, roiiud-h'avi'il. Mnun- 

tain 

bTriT^.^.^I SfteriM 

-!iii Vanda, chequer-flowered 

Veloga xylocarpa. Adans est) 

Pterospermum acerifo- > Pterospernnun, maple-leaved 

HSstS^S Goodeni8 '" ' " s 

Veltheimia Capensis Aletris, wave-leaved 

glauca Veltlieiiuia. uiaueous-leaved 

-^Sa 8 -":'.:^ Bl auc„ US -.e,ved 

viridifolia. L. est > ., . . , , 

Aletris Capensis $ rib ' vvave_leave 

to^uvaria" ^' "* \ Tritoma, serrulate leaved 

eti i Astroloma Juniper-leaved 
Astroloma humifusum . . ) 
Veratrum album. Mich, est > Hellebore, green 
Helonias viridis $ 

— i£^.^ Helonias ' s P ike - flowered 

■ — viride Hellebore, green 

-T i fg i ? ica ™- . H : H Helonias, Virginian 

est Helonias YirginicumJ 

-' 



miconi Borage-leaved 

■ Phceniceum purple-flowered 

Verbena Aubletia Vervain-rose 

Aubletia. B. R. est) . , , 

Lamberti \ ' Libert s 

Stachytarpheta Jamai-> Bastard-Vervain, Jamaica 

Lamberti Vervain, Lambert's 

mutabilis. W. est Sta-) „ 

chytarpheta mutabilis . . . $ u "H>e'a, changeable 

stricta Vervain, uprigbt 

triphylla three-leaved 

Verbesina alata Verbesina, winir-stalked 

Vernonia flexuosa Veronia, zigzag 

Veronica decussata Speedwell, "cross-leaved 

Derwentia. B. R. est) . . . . 

labiata ... \ labiated 

gentianoides veined-flowered 

labiata labiated 

multifida fine-cut 

orcbioides Orchis-flowered 

perfoliata perfoliate 

Vestia lycioides Wstia, Box-tboni-like 

r^o"sum U . & ! ...... . . "[ \ Laurestine > Canary 

onobrychoioides Vetch, Saint-fob 

tenuifolia fine-leaved 

tucopis. De C> , r . , 

est Morsea tricuspis .... J Moraa ^ tndent-petaled 

Pavonia. De C. est) 

Morsea Pavonia \ orange-coloured 

tripetaloides.DeC.) , 

est Mora* tripetala . . . . \ three-petal-hke 

Viminaria denudata Rush-broom, leafless 

a herbacea Periwinkle, herbaceous 

- rosea Madagascar 

I altaica Hearts-ease, Tartarian 

biflora Violet, two-flowered 

hispida. Lam. est rotho-) rT _.. „ 

magensis \ Heart s_ease > Rou en 



141 



palmata palmated 

pedata cut-leaved 

rtithomasraisis Hearts-ease, Rouen 

Virgilia Capensis Virgilia, veteh-leavcd 

heliuides L'Hcr. est) «,,.,. 

Galardia bicolor \ Galardia, two-coloured 

gundo \ Chaste-tree, five-leaved 

trifolia three-leaved 

Vitis riparia, masc Vine, sweet-scented 

e*/ClerodendnuHT<>!ii»'ii-> < 'lercdendron, downy 

Urtica involucrata Nettle, imbosomed 

reticulata nettcd-leavcd 

Uvularia Chinensis Uvularia, brown -flowered 

grandiflora large-yellow 

lanuginosa green-flowered 

perfoliata, a perfoliate 

-~^gg£- - Mk •"•• • • .1 ^zz kr r t; 

sessilifolia ! .* .' .' ! 1 '. 1 '. '. '. sessile-leaved 

Wachendorfia brevifolia Wachendorfia, dingy-flowered 

hirsuta hairy 

paniculata, B panicled, Naples 

yellow, var. 

thyrsiflora tall-flowering 

geeidefl Waldsteinia, Aven's-like 

r-lt ^ y Sr^%^i BUCk myYoc^um° r P™ 1 - 1 ^ 6 * 1 

Watsonia aletroides, /3 Watsonia, Aletris-like 

brevifolia short-leaved 

Inmiilis, fi large lake-coloured 

iridifolia scarlet flag-leaved 

marginata long spiked 

marginata, 8, minor . . . lesser broad-leaved 

— s ar. ^ *!»** "«-«— 

Meriana, y Watsonia. largest Merian's, or 

Scarlet Tuberose 
plantaginea small-flowered 

roseo-alba, j3 variegated long- 

■ strictiflora straight-flowered 

Witsenia corymbosa Witsenia, corymbose 



Wrightia, scarlet 

Wulfenia Carinthiaca Wulfenia, Carinthian 

Wurml.i -';t bulbata. "W. est Ale-} Aletris, white-flowered Ame- 

Melanthium monopet;i-> McLmr'himii. many-flowered 

1«™ 3 

Xeranthemum canescens Xeranthemum, elegant 

B. R. > . 

Sesamoides \ straw-coloured 

fulgidum great yellow- 

sesamoides, y straw-coloured 

variegatum brown-tipped 

Xerophyllum setifolia. Mich.) 

est Helonias asphode-> Helonias, grass-leaved 

IrN Xiphioides \ Flag, Pyrenean 

Persicum. Mill, est) T . „ 

IrisPersica } Ins, Persian 

vulgare. MiU. est *-,«., 

IrisXiphium \ Flag, Spanish 

Xylophj lla latifolia Xylophylla, hroad-leaved 

XyiM o p e r en l a t a Xyris, cap-fruited 

Y'ucca aloifolia Adam's-needle, tall stemmed 

angustifolia narrow-leaved 

glauca glaucous-leaved 

gloriosa. B. R. est aloi-) .. , 

itricta Lyon's narrow-leaved 

Zaraia forfcracea Zamia, broad-leaved 

integrifolia dwarf 

pumila, mas small-leaved 

pumila. L. est integrifolia dwarf 

pygmaja least 

Zanthoriza apiifolia Yellow-root, or Zanthoriza pars- 
ley-leaved 

Zanthoxylum nitidum Zanthoxylum, shining-leaved 

Zephyranthes Candida Zephyranthes, Peruvian 

carinata keel-leaved 

rosea rose-coloured 

Zieria lanceolata. Br. est } „.. , _ . . 
ffaritha i Ziena, lanceolate 



Zigadenus glaberrima. Mich.) - . . 

est Helonias dalicrrima.J' Helonias > smooth-leaved 

Zingiber casnmunar Casmunar, or ha4ry ginee 

zerumbet Ginger, broad-leaved 

Zinnia elegaiis Zinnia, \dolet -coloured 

hybrida large-flowered 

multiflora many-flowered 

tenuiflora slender-flowered 

violacea. Cav. est ele) 

gans i violet-cob. uml 

Zizyphora Pouschkini .' . . Zizyphora, hairy-headed 

— serphyllacea sweet-scented 

Zizypbns paliurus Christ's-thorn 

in insuave. (foeti-) „ 

dum. H. K.) £ B ean-caper, ""pleasant 

sessilifolium, a...,. sessile-leaved 



GENERAL INDEX; 
W&9 Plant* 

The First Fifty -Three Volumes of the 

BOTANICAL MAGAZINE, 

( OR OLD SERIES ) 

ARE ARRANGED SYSTEMATICALLY ; 

And to facilitate reference to other Works, both the Latin and English 
Names are subjoined. 



MONANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 

V^ANNA co 
(C. Indica 

gigante; 



H " K ;| Indian Reed, or Shot, commoi 
■ tuberous-rooted 



- Nepaul 

- peduncled 






zebrina Maranta, striped-leaved 

M Thalia, mealy 

Hrdyrbiuiii .•..r.uiarium Garland-flower, sweet-scented 

spicatum Hedychium, spike-flowered 

flavum Garland-flower, yellow 

cameum flesh-coloured 

an-iKtitolmm HrdyHmim, narrow-leaved 

Alpinia tubulata Alpinia, Demerara 

— cernua small drooping 

— — - • nutans large drooping 

niuinar Casmunar, or hairy ginger 

Zerumbet Ginger, broad-leaved 

Ksempferia rotunda Snap-dragon, heart-leaved 

galanga Galangale 



Globba sessiliflora Globba, sessil 

Mantisia saltatoria. (Globba} 

radicalis. H. K.) subu-V Opera Girls 

lata. Spreng } 

'hilydnun laiuiguio-um Phylyilnmi. v 

Chlorantbus 
Jacq. et { 






' 



MONANDRIA DIGYNIA. 

Blitum virgatum Blite, strawberry 

DIANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 

Jasmine, Tuscan, o 
Mulla 

hairy Indian 

simple-leaved 



Privet, Chinese, or Wux-Tiv.- 
Olive, „weet-scented 
Lilac, common 

Schizanthus, wing-leaved 
Catalpa, common 

\ -leaved 
rose-coloured 




Wulfenia Cannthiaea . 
Calceolaria Fothergilli 
— corymbosa , 




Stachytarpheta 

Jamaicensis , 

iirirm-i' 

Spreng.) 

Anu'thystiu crerulea 

Zi/.y|)licira serpyllacea 

Pousehkiua ^la-y- 

antha. Spreng.) 




DIANDRIA DIGYMA. 

Gunnera perpensa Fig-marigold, tiny 

TRIANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 

■ 



>i!„ r j 



Spreng) . . . 
Siberica 

Spreng) 
Oxybaphus viscos 



, Umbrella-wort, viscid 
, C rocus. lar-f purple, spring 
largest purpb- -prine- 



< rocne versicolor (vermis. ) „ , , 

- 3ren -v > Crocus, party-coloured 

- lagenEeflorus, a pale gourd-flowered 

- biflorus Scotch 

- susianus Cloth of Gold 

- sulphureus, a worst yellow, or 01 

Cloth of Gold 

- sulphureus, & self-coloured, Cloth 

Gold 

- nuesiacus (C. vermis) . . spring 

- maesiacus, (9 cream-coloured 

- serotinus (nudiflorus. } 

preng.) $ mountain 

Witsenia corymbosa Witsenia, corymbose 

>B S^rS^nc"a). K 'i Lapeyrousia, cut-leaved 

et Spreng. Ixia radiata. . \ Ixia > "odd.ng-flowered 

radiata, y, caricina Hesperanthus. carex-leaved 

— faleata. H. K. et > T . . , , , 

Spreng. Ixia falcata. . . . \ Ixia ' sickle-leaved 

cinnamomea Evening-flower, Cinnamon 

pilosa, « hairy 

pilosa, (3 grass-leaved 

(ieissorhiza rochensis, a, H.) 

K. et Spreng. (Ixia ro-V Ixia, plaid 

chensis) > 

secunda. H. K. et ) 

Spreng. (Ixia secunda) .\ one-ranked 

secunda, /3 Geissorhiza, white-flowered, or 

obtusa yellow-flowered 

excisa Ixia, dwarf 

setacea Tile-root, narrowest-leaved 

Trichonema bulbocodium. ) . . . 

Spreng. Ixiabulbocodiumf Ixia > crocus-leaved 

cruciatum Trichonema, channel-leaved 

- speciosum crimson 

Sparaxis tricolor. H. K. et > T . ^ 

Spreng. (Ixia tricolor). \ I«a, three-coloured 

tricolor, 0, y, I Sparaxis, three-coloured 

grandiflora. H. K. et/ T . . t . . 

Spreng. (Ixiagrandiflora) \ Ixia > velvet-flowered 

grandiflora, & Sparaxis, streak-flou nvl 

bulbifera. H. K. et > T . . . . . 

Spreng. (Ixia bulbifera)? ^la, sulphur-coloured 

bicolor. H. K. et > 

Spreng. (Ixia bicolor) .$ nn & ent 

Watsonia spicata. H. K. et > . „ . 

Spreng. (Ixia fistulosa).* hollow-leaved 

Watsonia, small-flowered 




. . . Gladiolus, waved-flowered 
. . . Corn-flag, large-flowered 

B . superb 
. . . Corn-flag, round-seeded 




Tritonia. !<mg-spiked 

copper-coloured 

bending-fiowcred 

.-tubed 

long-tubed 

stiff-leaved 

pale-flowered 

sweet-scented 

dark blue-flowered, 



' 



- orange-coloured, 
phous 

- variegated 

- amethystine 



In, 


No. 


16 


594 


15 


542 


15 


522 


15 


539 


17 


623 


22 


846 


17 


629 


17 


599 


17 


615 


Iff 


561 


•><> 


117-' 


i:: 




17 


605 


15 


580 


31 


1277 


3(1 


1231 


30 


1610 


4 i 


2.326 


52 


2528 


IS 


«J79 


49 




IS 


6S6 


18 


687 




53 i 


18 


681 


38 


1123 


34 




37 


17.1)4 


2 


56 


:>!> 


n 63 


48 


22:;:* 


36 


1496 


1!) 


-u;j 


.,.) 


875 


s 


58 


-> 


61 


28 


1131 


37 


1514 


37 


1515 


is 


f.7D 


18 


671 


18 


685 


:.ii 


2435 




669 


25 






187 



scillaris, * squill-flowered 

conica orange-coloured 

ereeta, a upright 

ereeta, |S, aurant yellow-Hpright 

^ e Hy S r t e a n C,lia ( retusa - H - K j Ixia,Lily of the Valley, scented 

crispa curled-leaved 

hybrida. G. (flexuosa) . . . beading-stalked 

s " i -:.-h;.. 1 . , .i,.:-. t %:'^\ iM ^ ™*.»-i— 

Autholyza .Ethiopiea, a Antholyza, flair-leaved 

iEthiopica, £ lesser, scarlet 

Aristea cyanea Aristea, grass-leaved 

capitate (major. Spreng.) tallest 

_ ^™t1 M U "a tfnSL)} *"•■ H**"— "* 

melaleuca Aristea, mourning-flowered 

pusilla flat-stemmed 

Hamodorum planifolium Hsemodorum, dingy-flowered 

Iris Persica Iris, Persian 

brachycuspis (Fisch.) .... poisonous-rooted 

limiris'jtatha (Fisch.) Flag, long-spatbed 

Lusitenica Portuguese 

Pallasii, &. (Fisch.) Iris, Pallas's Chinese 

Xiphium Flag, Spanish 

Xiphioides Pyrenean 

tuberosa 

ruthenica, (3 Iris, p'igmy 

prismatica New Jersey 

Siberica Siberian 

Siberica. |3 white-flowered, meadow 

Pseud-Acorus, |3 Water-Iris, pale-yellow 

— : — versicolor Iris, parti- coloured 

■ fulva (cuprea. Spreng.) . . copper-coloured 

■ VIrginica Flag, Virginian 

spuria, «, major long-leaved 

spuria, /3, minor Iris, spurious 

spuria, y, ochroleuca .... tall 

spuria, <?, halophila Flag, smaller, sulphur-coloured 

bastard 

spuria, t, desertorum .... sweet-scented bastard 

spuria, £, stenogyna cream-coloured bastard 

Germanica German 

Florentina Florentine 

pallida ——pale 

luriila i^ ( u;d--iis. Sjin-nir.) dingy-coloured 

'."... '.'.1 In? ' elder - SCeilted 



<squalens,> „ , a 

rar. Sp, Sf. j [ . . " [\ Fla £> brown-flowered 

• Susiana Iris, Chalcedonean 

• subbiflora (biflor. Spreng.) Flag, purple 

• fimbriate (Chinensis. \ T . „,. 
Spreng.) \ ^Chinese 

— aphylla, y Flag, orange-flower-scented 

variegata Iris, variegated 

pumila dwarf 

pumfla, var. lutea Flag, yellow-dwarf 

pumila, var. violaeea violet-blue dwarf 

Morsea ciliata, Morsea, blueish- flowered, ci- 

— ciliata, y ciliate-leaved 

— Herberti. B. R. (sub- j 

nom. Tigridia Herberti-> Tiger-flower, Herbert's 
ana)... } 

— papilionacea Morsea, dwarf 

— Step inchium European, or Spanish 

— angusta rolled-leaved 

— iridioides (Iris more-) 

oides. H. K. et Spreng.)^ perennial-leaved 

edulis long-leaved 

— edulis, y — yellow esculent-rooted 

longiflora long-flowered 

— ramosa branching 

— tristis * IrN) Flu-, dull-coloured 

— viscaria (Iris) bird-limed 

— bituminosa Morsea, yellow-flowered, clammy 

C"sp» short-spathed 

cnspa, y curled-leaved 

spicata flexuose 

collhia, a equal-flowered 

collina, y straw-coloured, equal- 

flexuosa (Sisyrinch. > 

Spreng.) $ flexuos e 

trfpctaloides. sJJ^)^ three-petal-like 

tricusnis. x . < Vim-) 

seuxia. Spreng.) \ tndent-petaled 

-Jricuspi, Mri 3 p,| ,, Sjpeacock 

tricuspis, y, lutea Moraea, yellow, trident-petaled 

tenuis. (Vicusseuxia.) 

Spreng.) \ brown-flowered 

rillasa i fris Virus- ) ™ , . 

seuxia. Spreng.) \ Fla S> hau 7 

pavoola ( Vicusseuxia.} .. 

Spreng.) \ Moraea, orange-coloured 



SYSTEMATICAL INDEX. 

PardantUus Chinensis. H. K. i 

et Spreng. (Ixia Chi- V Ixia, Chinese 

Marica paludosa Marica, marsh 

Northiana ■ bruail-stvuum 

Martinicensis. H. K. , 

et Spreng. (Iris Martini-}* Iris, Martin 

piicata'(Sisyrini 

plicatum. Spreng.) S. lati V Marica, 

fol. H.K 

Califon;. - 

California. H. K. et 

Spreng.) . . ... ...... 

striata (Sisyrinch. 

striata. H. K. et Spreng.) f 

, now-leaved 

micranthum small-flowered 

laxum loose-flowered 

Bermudiana. H.K. (S.> . . ,-, 

Iridioides) $ 

anceps. H. K. (S. gra-> ?rass 4eaved 

mineum) } 

Patersenia aericea Patersonia, silky 

glauca long-scaped 

Galaxia ovata, a. Galaxia, large-flowered 

ovata, y, purpurea purple-flowered 

Ferraria undulata Ferraria > curled 

^hT* Spren") j green-wiegated 

W a.-h, sad orfia thyrsiflora Wachendorfia, tall-flowering 

paniculata panicled 

paniculata, |3 panicled, Naples 

hirsuta hairy 

-brevifolia (hirs. var.) dingy-flowered 

Spreng.) $ * y 

Html'iaia K'u.i.lcs Hrodiaea, Ixia-hke 

Commelina tuberosa Commelina, tuberous-rooted 

Africana yellow Cape 

TRIANDRIA DIGYNIA. 

Xyris operculata Xyris, cap-fruited 

iia Job's-tears 

Briza maxima Quaking-grass, great 



I'nl 


No. 1 




2250 


7 


247 


23 


886 


53 


2070 


47 


2146 


:;s 


1558 


5 


169 


50 


2428 


51 


2505 


43 


1854 


47 


2135 


47 


J 107 


II 


370 


5 


174 


53 


2010 


:u 


1305 




24ss 


51 


24 43 


.).) 


880 




2075 




520 




I7M 


4') 


2333 


30 


1212 


7 


222 


47 


2138 


22 


878 


40 


1650 


23 


881 


21 


796 


19 


697 


20 


770 


41 




20 


1 1 S3 


41 


1713 


18 


074 


.,11 


2430 


1(1 




51 


2447 


19 


698 



TETRANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 

Globularia vulgaris Globularia, common 

Scabiosa atropurpurea (Aste-1 

rocephalus atro. purp.> Scabious, sweet 

Spreng.) S 

Caucasea (Asteroce-) _, 

pbalus Caucasians. Spr.) J Caucaseaii 

flex. Spreng.) \ ? a,entia > fragrant 

Asperula Arcadiensis Woodruff, Arcadian 

strigosa. Button-weed, cross-wort 

Ixora coccinea . scarlet 

' rosea rose-coloured 

• 
Spreng.) . ............ ,\ Bonrvardia, three-leaved 

Gentiuna viseo>um Gentian, clammy 

ana Callicarpa, Makln.r, lioary 

Merulea Houstonia, blue-flowered 

">^a Buddies, round-headed 

Plantago Brasiliensis Plantain, Brasilian 

Zieria Smithii I lanec iat. Spr.) Zieria, lanceolate 

Cissus Antarctica Kanguru, Vine 

quinquefolia Cissus, five-leaved Brasil 

Cornus Canadensis Cornel, Canadian 

mascula Cornelian-cherry 

florida Cornel, great-flowered 

i- Rivina, downy 

" l«vis smooth 

Struthiola pubescens Struthiola, long-tubed 

juniperina. H. K. > 

(S. erecta. B. M. et Spr.) \ smooth 

—-erecta (glabra. Spr.) . upright 

Leucadendron concolor (Pro-> „ 

tea globosa) $ Protea, globe-flowered 

grandiflorum(P.gran-> T , , 

diflorum < Leucadendron, great-flow* red 

stellare (P. stellaris) . . Protea, starry 

Petrophila pulchella. H. K. et> 

Spreng. Protea pulchella.} fennel-leaved 

Isopogon anemonifol. H. K.S 

et Spreng. (Protea ane-> fork-leaved 

monifolia) \ 

;<1 ^ Artichoke-flowered 

latifoha rayed-flowered 

formosa crown-flowered 

Lepidocarpon black-flowered 

kevis (longifol. Spreng.) smooth 

mellifera ". . honey-bearing- 

grandiflora, « broad-leaved, great- 
flowered 
Scolymus blllu l|. , 1U uoth h av, ,1 




Telopea speciosissimus (Em-) 

bothrina spath'mlat. Spr.)$ 

Lomatia silaifolia 






r>a "' longifolia 
Ilex Cliinensis .... 
Dorstenia Houstoni 



pentaphyi 

Spreng.) $ 



PENTANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 



- corymbosum . 



Marvel 


of Peru, common 


Lead-w 






- Phlox-like 




— European 






Turnsol 






— large-flowered 




— glaucous-leaved 




— Indian, or Heliotrope 



Indicum (Siaridium 

im Orientale . . Grorawell, yellow 

Davurica (Lithosper-J Daurian 

in >:.,:■ r. Spreng.). . $ 

Virginica (Lithosper.) Virginian 

crum. Spreng. )....$ 



Onosma, golden-flowered 

. Siberian simple - 

. Viper's-bugloss, lesser shrubby 



Borrago laxiflora Borage, bell-flower 

Spreng.).... \ B^ss, Italian 

Barrelieri Barrelier's 

undulata waved-leaved 

. Alkanet, pale-flowered 
. Bugloss, purple-flowered, nar- 
row-leaved 

Capensis Cape 

ST "&£2S^} Co-frey, Taurian 

asperinum prickly 

Orientale Taurian 

Cynoglossum pictum Hound' s-tongue, Madeira 

nitidum smooth,.., navel- 

Omphalodes Navel-wort, blue 

Nemophila pliacelioides Nemophyla, Arkansian 

Coris Monspeliensis Coris, Montpelier 

QartoM Matrhioli Sanicle, bear's-ear 

Anagallis fruticosa (collina. ) n . , , . , 

Spreng.) . § Pimpernel, shrubby 

latifolia broad-leaved 

Monelli , Italian 

stricta. H. K. et Spr.) . _ . . 

(bulbifera) \ bulb-bearing 

verticillata verticillate 

quadriflora (longifol.) . 

Spring.) ....... \ four-flowered 

Cyclamen Persicum Cyclamen, Persian 

coum ■ round-leaved 

Dodecatheon Meadia Dodecatheon, Mead's 

Soldanella Alpina Soldanella, Alpine 

) ■ Clusius's, greater 

. Primula, Cortusa-leaved 
Primrose, lilac, double 

. Primrose, snowy 

. Chinese 

. Auricula, comely 

. Primula, silver-edged 

. Primrose, Siberian bird's-eye 

longifolia Primula, long-leaved 

. . Primrose, entire-leaved 

tifl. Spreng.) \ buckthorn-leaved 





maiden-blush 

Con vol vi 
Bindweed, silvery-leaved 
Convolvulus, narrow-leave 
Henbane, pendulous-flowered 
purple-flowered 



Hyoscyamus orientalis Henbane, oriental 

aureus coition-flowered 

Nicotiana repanda Tobacco, stem-claspin<r, Havan- 

undulata New-Holland 

? Langsdorfii £ Langsdorffs 

quadrivalvis Missouri 

IVt.n.iii nvctiginiflora Petunia, large-flowered 

Verbascum ovalifolium (com-) ,, * . 

pactum. Spreng.) L..* Mullein, oval-leaved 
cupreum (rubisrinos. ) 

Spreng.) \ copper-flowered 

Phceuiceum purple-flowered 

bipinnalifidum (pin- ) 

natifid. Spreng.) ...... \ cut-leaved 

Myconi est (Ramon-) . 

dia Pyrenaica. Spreng.). \ borage-leaved 

Diapensia Lapponica Diapensia, Northern 

ivptans Greek-Valerian, creeping- 
Phlox ovata Phlox, ovate-leaved 

Carolina Lychnidea, rough-stemmed 

divaricate early-flowering 

■ stolonifera (reptans. ) „, . 

Spreng.) \ Phlox > seeping 

acuminata cross-leaved, or Lych- 

carnea flesh-coloured 

amcena (pilosa. Spreng.) . Eraser's hairy 

pilosa hairy 

setacea fine-leaved 

ubulata or Lychnidea,:iHl-h-a\.'d 

Vestia lycioides Vestia, box-thorn- like 

f :' Gilia, cluster-flowered 

a seandens Cobaea, climbing 

a Metel , Thorn-apple, downy 

Aaak» Indiea Azalia, Indian 

- Indica, (2 double -rose-coloured 

- Pontica yellow 

- Pontica, var. albiflos . . —± Tliompson's white 

- nudiflora, « scarlet 

.a., (spe-) a , 

iosa. Spreng.)....... \ flame- coloured 

- calendulacea, 8 orange-coloured 

- hybrida, var. enneandra. Hybrid 

like 

Epacri^ iriandiflora Epacris, crimson 

— pulchella sweet-scented 

— pungens (purpuras- ) . .. 

cens. H.K. et Spreng.). § "*"* 

— pungens, ft rub red-flowered, pu 



Oleander, flesh-coloured, s> 

coron ^)tn"!)1 R ° BClmy ' ^^^ 
Apoevnmn aiulnisieniitblium . . . Dogs-bane, tutsan-leaved 

Wrightia coccinea Wrightia, scarlet 

Cameraria dubia (Wrightia ) 

dubia. Spreng.) $ 

Viuc:i licrhaeea Periwii 

Amsonia salicifolia Amsonia, willow-leaved 

Cerbera Aliouai Cerbera, oval-leaved 

Manghas I 

Thevetia 

Cordia Sebestena Cordia, l 

Srvpli.iia tritlora 

Astroloma humifusum (Sty-) Astrol j un i pe r-leaved 

pheha humit. Spreng.) .$ 

Nolana paradoxa Nolana, violet-coloured 

prostrata trailing 

Ardisiu acuminata Vrdi>ia, acuminated 

solanacea night-sluuk-like 

SiaerMvyl!!; , i ia MitV jilVrshia) Iron _ WOO(L Iauce . le aved 

Jacquinia aurantiaca (macro- > j in ; orange -flowered 
carpa. Jacq. et Spreng.) . $ 

Cestrum Parqui Cestrum, willow-leaved 

fastigiatum honeysuckle 

ttorthi: 

..WW. V. ... Balbis's 

Night-shade, lance-leaved 

Capsicum bicolor (frutescens.) Caps ; cunij dark-fruited 

Sprmg) r „„ 

Physali* viscosa M inter- cl er cla n j be. 

edulis(pubesc. Spreng.) Physalis, eatable, or Cape-goose- 
berry 

Nicandria physalodes Nicandria, Physalis-like 

Nycterium Amazonicum (So-) Nignt _ shade , Lambert's 



. Solandra, great-flowered 



t^r: 



^ Lobeli; 



- senecioides (Ker. Iso-j 

ma; axillaris) I 

-gracilis ; 

- pedunculata 



- Cardinalis . . 



- lutea . * . 

- !,ii.-..l..r.. 



Spreng 




iria formosa. . 
Goodenia gr 
Euthalis trinervis. H, 



Slllfflt 

Kalm's 

. Lechenaultia, handsome 
. Goodenia, large-flowered 




Bell-flower, Pollini's 

large-flowered, giant 

£ ■ Taurian 




- Siberica . 

ciefolia. Spreng.) 

ophvlla ulliari- ( 

.K. et Spreng.)-) 

sarmatica(guminifera.> 

H. K. ft Spreng.). 

great-flowered 

Campanula, Cape 
Bell-flower, slender 
Loi.kiinr-idass, Venus's 
Nauclea, myrtle-leaved 
Coffee-tree 
Boxthorn, Japanese 

"cera flava (Fraseri. Pep.} w ,, . ,. a . 

et Snrens- \ \ " oodbme > yellow-flowered 

— semperviren^, » great 

— -.Mtiju'rvirens, (3 Caro 







■ MI. 



berried 
punicea crimson -flowered, up- 

Bseobotrys Indica Ba;obotrys, Indian 

Oxyanthus speciosus Oxyanthus, tube-flowered 

Gardenia amcena Gardenia, crimson-tipped 

aculeata. H. K.et Spr.) round-leaved, or [ndigo- 

(Randia aculeata) ...... J berry 

florida, var or Cape Jasmine, oval- 



Rotbmannia 

liabubalina (Capensis.) 
Spreng.) . $ 

Dier fp^g™ m !. (C ;r. de ""i S i DierviUa ^ y^«'-flowered 



rooting 
spotted-flowered 



Hamclia, large-flowered 

•atens spreading scarle 

latifolia Rhamnus, broad-leaved, i 

Palieurus (Palieu-j 
lustralis. Spreng.) \ 
< e;iui>tlius Americanus . . . . . . 

Hovenia dulcis 

Celastrus Pyracantha Staff-tree, Pyracantba-leaved 












neless, box-leaved 



cymosa (mu 

Lam. et Spreng.) 
Pomaderris elliptica . . 



Pomaderris, oval-lea 

woolly 

Lasiopetalum ferrugineum Lasiop 

purpureum (Thoma-> 

sia purpur. Spreng.)...} 
solanaceum (Thoma-S 

sia solanaea. Spreng.) . $ 
quercifnl 

quercif. Spreng.) $ 

Vitis riparia , 



purple-flowered 

Sulunum-leaveil 






i saw-leaved 



Euonymus latifolius Spindle-tree, broad-leaved 

Claytorria Sibirica Claytonia, Siberian 



perfoliata perfoliate 

\ 'irginica Virginian 

Pittosporum Tobira Pittosporum, glossy-leaved 

rusty-leaved 



Galax cordifolia. H. K. 

phylla. Spreng. et B 

-;.iuosa 



Billardiera, climbing 

changeable-flowered 

blue-berried 

^ Galax, Carolina 

Ir-iniai/ 




Achyranthes porrigens 
Oplotheca ™" * 

(iiMiq.lin-i 
Phylica er 

Strt-litzia retina' 




Brachystelma tuberosum 



SYSTEMATICAL i 



Hoyacamosa. H. K. (Ascle-> .,.',.,, 

pias carnosa) \ Asclepias, tlnck-leaved 

Pcrun! iria sanguinolenta Pergularia, bloody-juiced 

minor Creeper, West Coast 

Asclepias nivea Swallow-wort, almond-leaved 

: variegata variegated 

Gomphocarpus fruticosus Gomphocarpus, willow-leaved 

Cynanchum nigrum Cynanchum, black-flowered 

viridiflorum — green-flowered 

discolor (gonolo-> ... . . 

bus. Br. et Spren|.) . . . . \ Virginian 

Harrisonia loniceroides Harrisonia, honeysuckle-like 

Gentiana asclepiadea Gentian, swallow-wort-leaved 

macrophylla long-leaved 

acaulis Gentianella 

Pneumonanthe, j3 Calathian-violet, spotted-flow- 

incarnata Gentian, Lyons's 

intermedia intermediate 

Saponaria barrel-floAvered 

ascendens, a Porcelain-flowered 

ascendens, £ dwarf, Porcelain-flow- 

septemfida, a crested 

septemfida, & spotted-flowered, crest- 

crinita jagged-flowered 

Caucasea (Caucasica.> _ 

Spreng.) \ Caucasian 

Falkia repens Falkia, creeping 

Eryngium Alpinum Eryngo, Alpine 

corniculatum Eryngium, one-horned 

Astrantia maxima (major. ) 

Spreng. Helleborifolia. > Master-wort, Hellebore-leaved 
Seseli divaricatum Seseli, shining-leaved 

tidus. (Spreng. Seselii 

vrum , _. £ gummy 

Selinum Galbanum Bubon, lovage-leaved 

Ferula Persica Fennel-giant, Persian 

PENTANDRIA TRIGYNIA. 

Viburnum tinus Laurustinus, common 

rugosum Laurustine, Canary 

nudum Viburnum, oval- leaved 

Rhus toxicodendron, « Poison-oak, rooting 

Paliurus virgatus Christ's-thorn, Nepal 



Turnera angustifolia (ulmifol.) Turnera narrow leaved 

var. Spreng.) ...,| 

n^^sfren^ s^"""*' 01 " J Venice, mallow-flowered 

Drypis spinosa Drypis, prickly 

Zanthoxylon nitidum Zantlioxylou, shining-leaved 

Pharnaceum incanum Pharnaceum, hoary 

PENTANDRIA TETRAGYNIA. 

Parnassia Caroliniana Grass of Parnassus, Carolina 

PENTANDRIA PENTAGYNIA. 
i Aralia, hispid 

; lata Sea-lavender, spatula-leaved 

speciosa Thrift, Plantain-leaved 

Sren SP ) CUa (Sp6Ci ° Sa '. } Sea-lavender, shewy 

sinuafa Thrift, purple-cupped 

iEgyptiaca (Thonirii. ) Effvntian 

Spreng.) $ Sn 

Li ^Sl f * m .. ( . M :?f:J ^■ w -«< 1 ^ 

■ hypericifolium mallow-flowered 

— flavum yellow 

trigynum three-styled 

. quadrifolium four-leaved 

Austriacum Austrian 

Crassula coccinea Crassula, scarlet 

- cultrata sharp-leaved 

- centauroides centaury-flowered 

- versicolor changeable 

- arborescens. H. *L > 

Cotyledon) S 

- albiflora white-flowered 

- jasminea ............ jasmine-flowered 

iifofia Yellow-root, or Zanthoriza, 

ria pannosa Rulingea, cloth-leaved 

HEXANDR1A MONOGYNIA. 

slia ananas, /3 Pine-apple, the Queen 

- Zebrina (Herb.) Bromelia, white-barred 

- pyramydalis (nudicau- ) pyramydal-flowered 

«• Spreng.) S U ' 



Vol 


Ao. 


50 


2092 


50 


2411 


53 


2042 




1462 


22 


850 


84 


1416 


•21 


824 


37 


i;»47 


53 


-"-; 


37 


1529 


39 


1590 




800 


•21 


804 


19 


720 


40 




26 


n»4»; 


96 


1481 




1329 


22 


871 


22 


848 


10 


559 


17 


642 


19 


736 


16 


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14 


500 


30 


1200 


50 


2419 




653 


2". 


972 


22 


876 


51 


2510 




I 134 


21 


805 


8 


•267 


6 


190 


29 


1164 


19 


728 


24 


935 


24 


953 


23 


918 


34 


1385 


3M 


MOO 


28 


1143 


3H 


140!, 


42 


1764 



Bromelia sylvestris Pine-apple, narrow-leaved, wild 

:--taraeued 

integrifolia entire-leaved 

latifolia broad-leaved 

■ bracteata, & yellow-flowered 

■ bromelifolia scarlet-flowered 

angustifolia narrow-leaved 

furfuracea mealy 

Tillandsia stricta Tillandsia, frosted, stiff-leaved 

■ trea Lophiola, golden-crested 

-lliacea Tulhagia, Narcissus-leaved 

Albuca major Albuca, larger 

minor lesser 

physodes (Anther. } 

physod. H. K. Cassia S- dingy-flowered 

physod. Spreng.) J 

setosa bristly-rooted 

exuviata (Anther ex- J 

in .at Sphmg et H K.)\ pale-flowered 

Mr^.niu latifulia Massoma, broad-leaved 

scabra. H." K.'et SpV.J' P "° * ^ 

pustulata ] shagreen-leaved 

angustifolia sweet-scented 

ensifolia trumpet-flowered 

Agapanthus umhellatusi Agapanthus, African 

\*m luteum. H. K.) _ 
etSpr. (Gagealutea).J Gagea-yellow 

gramineum Star of Bethlem, grass-leaved 

revolutum revohite-flowered 

juncifolium rush-leaved 

latifolium broad-leaved 

Narbonense Narbonne 

lacteum milk-wbite 

- caudatum _ long-spiked 

aureum Ornithosfalum, golden 

thyrsoides Star of Bethlem, Thyrse-flower- 

Arabicum large-flowered 

unifolium. (Scillauni-) 

folia. H. K. et. Spr.) . .§ one-leaved 

unifolium, |8. (Scillaf __ , 

unifol. H. K. et Spreng.) \ Gibraltar 

Squilla (Scilla mari-i Onion, common-sea, or Officinal- 

tima. H.K.et Spreng.) J squill 

doprasma, « Garlic, great round-headed 

Ampeloprasum, /3 purple, Cape 

' nutans flat-staDxed 

' cepa, <3 Onion-tree 

sphaerocephalum Garlic, round-headed 



i descendens. (spluero- 



> Garlic, purple-headed 






W5™»- j Homer's 

atumfi hairy-leaved 



< A i 



- angular- scaped 

- Narcissus-leaved 

- howed-umlu'lled 



- rose-coloured 

- .Missouri 



- Tartaricum. (odori 



»3 



I.1-J4. 



Spreng.) . 

- streak-leaved 

- streak-leaved 
- fistulosum Onion, Welsh 

Garlic, yellow 

(globo- > r 



Bulbocodium i 
Blandfordia nc 
Yucca gloriosa 



. Blandfordia, shew 



- glaucous-leaved 

- Lyon's, narrow-leaved 



- Jonquilla . .. 

- tenuior. (Jonquil. Spr.'t XareisMis, slender 

- Tazetta Polyanthus 

- papyraceous, (niveus.i . nr 



- pale-capped, white-gar- 



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2101 
2685 


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1224 
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1419 
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264 ! 

1 



rcissus, orientalis, y Narcissus, yellow-garden 

orientalis, £ fl. pi Cyprus, or double 

Roman 

trevianus. (oriental, a) f the Levant 

Italicus. (oriental, i 

Spreng. N. Tazetta, y, V pale-flowered 

angustifolius (radii-) 

florus. Spreng.) § narrow-leaved 

biflorus two-flowered 

iiu'umjmrai.iiis. x I »atV,, I il, peerless 

incomparabilis, o Narcissus, cream-coloured 

ketus. H. K. (cala-i 

thinus, £. Ker. odorus.S- Jonquil, great 

Bot.Mag.) \ 

calathinns, a. (N. ) 

odorus. H. K. et Spreng.) \ great-yellow 

triandrus Daffodil, reflexed 

triandrus, & Narcissus, yellow, reflex-flower- 

trilobus , narrow-leaved 

major. (N. bicolor. ) 

H. K. N. Pseudo-Nar- S Daffodil, great 

cissus.^ Spreng.) } 

major, et y Narcissus, large yellow, Spa- 

min or, * Daffodil, lesser 

Spreng.) .'.... ,\.\ white an d yellow garden 

lns > a white, long-flowered 

(MoadL'i" sma er ^ " e, , pams i 

Spreng.) J Narcissus, Macleay's 

bulbocodium .. ..." hoop-petticoat 

ostemma purpureum Calostemma, purple 

; lutei ™ yellow 

Bot "Mag!) J Ismene > basket-flowered 
m Pancratium, white, Brasil 

Amancaes go i den 

Zelamcum one-flowered, or Sea 

. Daffodil 

f < J > *WB Illyrian 

■ Amboinense Ambovna 

expansum spreading-flowered 

'■" J ' • ^ lesser, Sea-shore 

Mexicanum. (Hvme-) „ „. „ 

nocallis litoral, *. B.*M.)J H y m enocallis, Sea-shore 

H. K) 1 . ....-, !!?? ™.'| Pancratium, West Indian 

amoenum Sea-daffodil, broad, spear-leaved 

speciosum balsam-scented 

flavum. (Stenomesson) Ci 

flavum. Bot. Mag.) ... J Stenoraesson, slender-toothed 



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22! 11 


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2583 


53 


2607 


52 


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2594 


52 
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13 

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47 
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305 

2475 


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53 


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52 


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iVSTEMATICAL INDEX. 1< 

curvidentatum. i 

urvid. > Stenomesson, curved-toothed 

Bot. Mag.) } 

Galanthus plicatus Snow- drop, Clusius's 

Leucojum vernum Snow-flake, s|»rin<>- 

vernum, Carpathian, spring 

Amaryllis Atamaseo Lily, Atamaseo 

tubispatha Amaryllis, Mr. Griffin's 

~ ^ P Zi"„ m . (G B. S M°" e :| G— nema, striped-flowered 

verecunda. (zephy- ) „ , 

ranthes verecunda. B. M.) \ Z ^Y™^™, modest 
Candida (zephyran- ) 

the S . b. m.) . : . : \ Per ™ 

^ef 't'MoT^tr.j stri P ed 

_ i^^*)^ 3 ^:! keel-leaved 

rosea, (zephy ranthes) . rose-coloured 

formosissima Amaryllis, Jacobean 

Reginae Lily, Mexican 

miniata Lake-lily, mountain 

equestris Amaryllis, Barbadoes 

subbarbata. (Hippias-) Knight's-star-lily, slightly- 

trum. B. M.) $ bearded 

stylosa. (Hippeastr. i 

B. M.) (A. maranensis.S- — long-styled 

Spreng.) ) 

aimn-rus. Habran- > „ , . 

thus. B.M \ Habranthus, narrow 

bifidus. Hal»ranrhus.> 

B.M. . \ tw °- cleft 

versicolor . changeable 

gracilifolius. Habran-> . . . 

thus. B.M \ slender-leaved 

-solandraflora,/3.(Hip-> Knight' s-star-lily, Solandra- 

piastrum soland. H. M.)l flowered 

(Hippiastrum spathacea> long-spathed, hybrid 

B.M.) S 

blanda Amaryllis, blush-lily 

cyrtanthoides Cyrtanthus-like 

— — lignea. (Phycck ignen j p^^ g^ 

Belladonna, « Lily, Belladona 

vittata Amarylis, superb 

purpurea Cinnabar-flowered 

curvifolia glaucous-leaved 

^nSnf ** s r o"7 d 



33 


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2217 


49 


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47 


•J I>() 


47 


2133 




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■2397 


27 


I..73 


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2231 


49 


2333 


52 


2.131 


47 


2121 



Amaryllis Sarniensis Amaryllis, Guernsey 

Spreng. Sarniensis, £.> poppv-coloured 

H.K.) ) 

longifolia, a. long-leaved 

Capensis. (Crinum. > n . _ 

Herb, in Bot. Mag.) \ Crmum > Ca P e 
revoluta Amaryllis, revolute 

Sp^engT' "'.. . . 7. ,T C . a .j Lil J r ' Cape-coast 
ornata, Amaryllis, crimson and white 

ad vena Amaryllis, streaked-flowered 

reticulata, jS. (Cobu'r-)' , ... 

gia. Herb, in B. M.) . . C wittin s netted-n-im'ti 

pulverulenta. (Hip- > __ . , , ,., , , 

pi ast . B . m !*■ Bter-Bly, bloom-leaved 
pulcheUa. (Nerine. > XT . , . , 

Bot. Mag.) ... J \ Nerwe, pale-pink 

' undulata Amaryllis, waved-flowered 

lutea. (Sternberg!' tat* > " 

Spreng.) \ yellow 

Brunsvigia multiflora. (Ama-j Brunswick-lily, or Chandelier- 

ryllis orientalis. Spreng.) $ flower 
falcata. (Amar. falca-> 

ta. Spreng. etH.K.)..£ sweet-scented 

Josephinae, y, (Ama-5 — Tates var. of 

ryllis.Jusephhue. Spr.) . J Josephines 

Cnnum Americanum, Crinum, few-flowered, West In- 

erubescens blush-coloured 

" defixum deep-rooted 

SricYum" 111 ' ' ' " ^Carey's 

hybridum, erub. Capens. hybrid, erubescent Cape 

numde humble 

speciosum specious-flowered 

aquaticum aquatic 

scabruni rough-edged 

flaccidum Macquarie 

— — amabile. A. B Sir Abraham Hume's 

Asiaricum largest 

declinatum (Asiatic, i t . 

Spreng) £ sloping-flowered 

arenarium, « water-island, sand 

arenarium, & blush-coloured sand 

■ Broussoneti Broussonet's 



Crinum procerum Crinum, tall Rangoon 

confertum crowded-flowered 

elegans elegant 

Mnliit ■ / 

Moluc-r, Spreng.).....* M ° ,UCCa 

Eucrosia bicolor Eucrosia, parti-coloured 

Ha'Kiaiithus coccineus Blood-flower, salmon-coloured 

tigrinus tiger-spotted 

quadrivalvis Ha-manthus, hairy-leaved, scar- 

puniceus Blood-flower, waved-leaved 

rotundifolhis ■ . • round-leaved 

Sprenff ^ escent> - I Ha-raanthus, white-flowered 

multiflorus Blood-flower, many-flowered 

multiflorus many-flowered 

toxicarius (Amaru; iruved, or poi- 

disticha. Linn, et Spr.) . $ son-bulb 

Strumaria spiralis Struniaria, spiral-stalked 

crispa (Amar. cris-) ,. ^ . a 

pa. H. K.) . 4 glittering-flowered 

gemmata jewelled-flowered 

Cyrtanthus obliquus I • - . ,; 

striatus striated 

pallidus pale-flowered 

Hypoxis stellata, a. Star Hypoxis, yellow-flowered 

— stellata, Hypoxis, white-flowered, star 

— serrata, serrate-leaved 

— ovata smooth-leaved 

— sobolifera creeping 

Curculigo brevifolia. H.K. et) n .. , , . 

M-r. ..r.,.r..hi..id, s ,,3) .\ Curcuhgo, lance-leaved 

latifolia broad-leaved 

: ilum, a. H. K Lily, white 

— bulbiferum, a. orange 

— bulbiferum, $ umbel-flowering, bulb- 

bear in g-orange 

^SS^SStJ^^ ~ *«»Jl~<» 

— concolor Chinese-orange 

Catesba;i Catesbv's 

— Philadelphia Philade'lphian 

— pomponium, a. < scarlet-pompone 

— pomponium, & pompone 

— Chalcedonicum Chalcedonian 

— monadelphum monadelphous 

— tigrinum tiger-spotted, Chinese 

— Carolinianum Carolina Martagon 

— Canadense, & Canadian 

— Canadense, a deep-coloured Canadian 



Lilium Martagon, a Lily, smooth--ta!kt>d Mam<r.ih. 

or Turk's-cap 
Vfai < u . p Turk's-cap 

Tulipa sylvestris Tulip, wild 

Clusiana Clusius's 

suaveolens, a, early-dwarf 

suaveolens, B Claramond 

Gesneriana garden 

■ritillaria latifolia, « Frkillary, largest broad-leaved 

latifolia, B broad-leaved 

imperialis, a. Imperial-crown 

imperialis, B Crown, imperial, yellow 

nigra. F. Pyrenaica . Fritillary, Pyrenean 

Pyrenaica, a. F. ra-> 

cemosa. \ oriental 

Pyrenaica, /3. (F. ) _ , „ 

racemosa, B $ bunch-flowering 

Persica, « largest Persian 

Persica, B lesser Persian 

obliqua.(F. Persica.) . , 

UK") \ ' violet-flowered 

Erythronium Dens Canis Dog's-tooth, violet 

Americanum (Ian-) violet, yellow-flow- 

ceolatum. Spreng.) ... J ered 

PuM'hkinia ^-illoi.U-- < Adam-) „ . , . . .„ ,. 

3 ia scilloides. Spreng.) . \ P<«chkinia, squill-like 

Gloriosa virescens Gloriosa, greenish-flowered 

Htiiit rircalli- flava Day-lily, yellow 

f U Tv n a lhiea zzzz grass " leaved 

Japonica (Funckia) of Japan, sweet- 

ancifolia. Spreng.) .... J scented 
cierulea (Funckia ) 

Hyacmtfena orientals Hyacinth, garden 

amethystiims amethyst-coloured 

Romanus. H. K.) c .„ _ 

et Spr. (Scilla Romana) .\ S 1 mll » Roman 
Muscari moschatum (Hyacin.) „ . , 

Spreng.) \ Grape-Hyacinth, musk 

moschatum, B. (Hy-) 

acinth. Spreng.) $ yellow 

(Hyacinth, comos. U.K.i Hyacinth, two-coloured 

et Spreng.) \ 

racemes. i,Hyac. ra-) 

cem. Spreng.) $ starch 

but, . Ides (Hyacinth) 

botryoid. H.K.etSpr.)} ^" a P e 

;ans. Spreng. Hyacinth^ Hare-bells, pink-coloured 
lon-scriptus. H. K.) . ..) 



r»j 


No. 




m 




1102 


25 


991 


36 


1468 


r»o 


2408 


26 


1025 


?i) 


74<> 


10 


341 


18 


663 


33 


'»!!» 


38 


L574 


20 


249 




1999 




i L40 


13 


455 


3."» 


1452 


21 


S02 


32 


1314 


34 


1417 


90 


756 


33 


1361 




13.-.4 


33 


1353 




1345 


21 


815 


21 




33 




33 


1352 


35 


1455 


33 


I33S 


20 


765 


25 


979 


50 


2369 


39 


1322 


22 


S3* 



la campanulate, * Squill, bell-flowered 

ita, & Harebell, Spanish, three varieties 

— corymbosa (Massonia.) i 

(Hyacinth corymbosa. > Hyacinth, Cape 
H. K. v. 14. 686.) > 

— hrcyholi.-u Ijyacin.l. bre-> g m root . sheath ed, Cape 

\iioha. U.K.) S 

— mnoMiula (ccrnua. Spr.) . few-flowered 

— Sihirii-a. H. K. et Spr.> Siberian 

— bifoHa ...'. two-leaved 

— Itelica Italian 

— autumnalis, j3 purple flowered, Autum- 

nal 

Spreng.) $ 

— Peruviana corymbose 

— Lusitaiiiea Portugal 

— Hyacinthoides — Hyacinth 

— albican's '.!!!!.' 'hard-leaved 

— cymbiformis tender-leaved 

— reticulata. H. K et Spr.> , netted . leaved 

(A. arachuoides, y) $ 

"st?5!Sita5£ t \ — trans P arent - ieaved 

— arachnoides, a. spider-foofed-leaved 

— arachnoides, |3 dark-leaved spider 

— mirabilifi rough-leaved cushion 

— radula rasp-leaved 

fera, y middle-sized, pearl-leaved 

— viscosa triangular 

— rigida stiff-leaved 

— foliotosa (imbricata. > .j i eaved 

Haw. et Spreng.) \ 

— spiralis rough-flowered 

— pentagons (spiral. Spr.) pentagonal 

— maculate, 0. (A. pulcra.) d 

Spreng.) . . . . S 

— uiiwulata, (3. (A. oblique.? narrow-leaved tongue 

Spreng.) S 

— acinacifolia (excavate. ) great scymitar-leaved 

Spreng.) S * 

— lingua, *, angustifol common-tongue 

— lingua, /3. crassifol thick-leaved tongue 

— verrucosa warted 

— nitida polished 

— carinata keel-leaved 

— micrantha small-spined 

humilis ot — — soft-spmed 

— humilis,' /3 .' narrow-leaved, stemless 

— virens ' apple-green-leaved 



depressa ............... Aloe, short-leaved perfoliate 

rhodocantha (A. glauca.) , . , , 

H. K. et Spreng.) \ ' ^-spmed S^ous 

variegata partridge-breast 

saponaria, a. (umbellata.) 
Spreng.)..... \ common-soap 

iXTHal. { 7*£T} — ^ common-soap 
succotrina, (var. 1474.)) 
(A. perfoliata, var. suc-> 

-!-) S 

picta 

narrow leaved-sword 

great hedge-hog 

vifolia. Spreng.) ) eas mi re 

PhyUoma Aloiflorum. Dra- } .. „ . 

cama marrinat H K \ Bourbon 

Tritoma Uvaria Tritoma, serrulate-leaved 

Aletris farinosa (A. alba. ) Aletris, white-flowered, Amer 

Spreng.) $ can 

<£**| waved-leaved 

Velthemia, glaucous-leaved 
«. f Drimia, lesser plain-leaved 

fringed-leaved 

tall 

altissima (Ornithoga-) . - 

lum altissimum. H.K.).\ tallest 

Polyanthes tuberosa Tuberose, common 

Eucomis nana Eucomis, dwarf 

bifolia two-leaved 

undulata undulated-leaved 

punctata, * spotted-leaved 

SiTEX) . t . ! E : } striped-leaved 

Eriospermum latifolium Eriospermum, short-pedicled 

broad-leaved 
I. / , 
pendula,& H. K. et Spr.)5 Lachenaba ' f ™r-™l°ured 

spotted-leaved, four- 
coloured 

lor, y spotted-leaved, yellow 

pendula pendulous 

rabida dotted-flowered 




'hree-coloured 



in? 



[-coloured 
r-leaved 

leaved, self-colour- 






- racemosa. (purpuro-} 
cserulea. Spr.) . $ 
• pustulata 





serotina, JL H. K.J 



- -t ;ur!:--<-iMiT.-ii 



- spotted-leaved, Orchis- 

- sessile-flowered 



- pink late-flowering 



Furcrcea gigantea. (. 

fcetida. Spreng. 

Doryanthes exeelsa . 

Alstrcemeria pelegrin; 



rU 



— pulchra 

-salsilla 

Get hy Hi- spiralis 

Asphodelus Fistulosus ♦ 



. Doryanthes, gigantic 

, Alstrcemeria, spotted-flowered 

. speckled 

. striped-flowered 

. potatoe-rooted 

. Gethillis, thread-leaved 
. Ashphodei, onion-leaved 

. branching or King's-spear 

. slender-leaved 

. yellow, or King's-spear 



— liliago, a. H. K. ) 

^ 

liliaso, 8. H. K. > 



(Phalangium.) 
ramosura. 



— curled-flowered 

Phalangium, lesser, grass- leaved 

lesser, grass-leaved 

Slipper-wort, branching 



i. (Bulbine an-) 

la. Spreng.) \ 

- longiscapum. (Bui- > 
ne longisc. Spreng.) . \ 



■ glaucous-leaved 



(Bul-^ _ 

aloid. Spreng.) f muc " 1,:ilvcu 

Arthropodium paniculatum .... Arthropodium, panicled 

cirratum broad-leaved 

Phalangium liliastrum, y. } 

(Auth. liliastr. H. K.> Anthericum, Savoy 

Czackia liliastr. Spreng.)} 
Clilorophytum inornatum Chlorophytum, greenish-flower- 

Thysanotus junceus Thysanotus, rush-like 

Conanthera bifolia Conanthera, violet-flowered 

cferulea blue 

Dracaena fragrans Dracaena, sweet-scented 

ferrea Dragon-tree, purple 

ovata Bowstring-hemp, African 

stricta Dracaena, upright 

Sanseviera guineensis Dracaena, ovate-leaved 

longiflora Sanseviera, long-tubed 

sessiliflora. (S. carnea.) .-,,. 

H. K. et Spreng.) ] Chlnese 

tifolius Eustrephus, broadest-leaved 

Smilacina bifolia Solomon's-seal, least 

borealis Smilacina, Northern 

stellata Solomon's-seal, star-flowered 

racemosa cluster-flowered 

Ophiopogon Japonicus Snake's-beard, Japan 

Uvularia perfoliata, a Uvularia, perfoliate 

-Tamlirtora large-yellow 

Chinensis brown-flowered 

'• rosea. (Streptonus i , „ „ 

ros. Spreng.) ........{ red, small-flowered 

p^knut Spr^g e ) Pt .°i green-flowered 

Peliosanthes Teta Teta, green-flowered 

stalked 
Tradescantia fuscata Spider- wort, stemless 

subaspera Lion's-new 

crawifolia tuberous-rooted 

Virginica Tradescantia. Vir ginian 

Orontium Japonicum. (Rob-) n T 

dea Japon. Spreng . . 1 °™*«™> J"P« 



TnplBtra Amboyna 

i intesrrifolia Tacca, entire-leaved 

Berberis fascicularis. (B. fas-> „ , . , 

nculata. Spreng.) \ Barberry, fasciculated 

ina domestica Nandina, garden 

flleia cymosa Diphylleia, Cyme-flowered 

. longiflora Hillia, long-tubed 

■ina campanula Bell-flower, Canary 

HEXANDRIA TRIGYNIA. 

Colcbicuni Crociflorum Meadow-saffron, Crocus-flow- 

— variegatum 




irma. Spreng. 

laeta, j3. (erythro- 

sperma. Spreng.) . . . . , 

graminea(Xerophyll.) 

irraniin. Spreng.) ) 

asphodeloides (X« 

rophyll. asphodel. Spr 

glaberrima (Zigade-) 

nus glaberrima. Spreng.)) 

bracteata (auZigaden.) leafy-i 

Triglochin bulbosum Arrow-grass, bul 

— Ilium sessile Trill; 

grandiflorum (T. ery 

throcarpum. H. K. e: 



(rhomboid 






H. K. et > white-flowered, upright- 
rectum, £.)$ stalked 
a Cucumber, Indian 



Y.-ratrum viride. (H. K. et) Hellebore ^^ 

imeng.) S 

Yir-rhueum. H. K.) 

Mrlai.thhuii Virulnie.V Virginian 

5m. Helionias Virginic.)) 

l distachyon Aponogeton, forked-flowered 



HEPTANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 



iEsculus niacrostachya, 



ll-flowered, 
or Buck's-horn tree 
. Calla, Ethiopian 



HEPTANDRIA TETRAGYNIA 

Astranthus Coehin-Chinensis. . Star-flower, Chine; 
HEPTANDRIA HEPTAGYNIA. 

OCTANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 




. Heath, Lawson's 
', Walker's 






- pubescens (h 
H.K.) \ 

t 




Arbutus-leaved 

Thunbergii globular-tubed 

fragrans fragrant 

uginea, fr (srlo-> , r . . ~ ,. 
bularis. H. K.) . ...... \ Menziesia > Carohna 

. npanuidides Miehauxia, rough-leaved 

R0Xb eTlp^G£;f) K .] Roxberghia,Glorios,-le»ved 

Boronia pinnata Boronia, Hawthorn-scented 

Con-sea speeiosa Corraea, red-flowered 

— green-flowered 

Grislea tomentosa Grislea, Woodford's 

Bseckia camphorata Beeckia, fragrant 

rgata twiggy 

Tropeeolum minus .... Tropseolum, or Indian-cress, 






Jeffersonia diphylla (Podo-> Jeffe „ onia B&rt ^ s 

phyllumdiphyllum. H.K.)) 
(Enothera grandiflora. B. . . 



CEnothera, long 

bose 



slende 

shrubby 

. .arose, Dand< 





OCTANDRIA TRIGYN 

Cardiospermum halxcacabum . . Heart-seed, 



glaucous, Box-leaved 

Aspidistra, dingy-flowered 



^ si-r.M \tk a i. i\i)F.x. 



Polygonum crispulum,*,(Tra-> Po]vB . oniim rurlp<1 
gopyrum buxifol. Spr.)} ^ljgonum, curled 
orientale Persicaria, tall 

OCTANDRIA TETRAGYNIA. 

Br ^lTpS^^ C £j B *!flP* Pendulous-flow- 

(Cotyledon crenatum. > Navel-wort, scallop-leaved 
Bot. Mag.) > 

ENNEANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 

irus aggregata Bay, cluster-flowered 

-— geniculate (Tetran-) 

then ii-stivalis. Spreng)* 
diospyros (Tetranth.) t . 

diospyros. Spreng.) . . > 86J 
Cinnamomum ( Persea) Cinnamon-tree 

Cinnamomum. Spreng.) £ 
—Cassia (Persea Cassia.) Cassi m bagtard Cinnamon 

Spreng.) $ 

— Camphora (Persea ) c hor .^ e 

Campnora. Spreng.) . . ) r 

ENNEANDRIA TRIGYNIA. 

ja tenuifolia Pleea, Grass-leaved 

DECANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 

in Storax, smooth 

Cauariensis Teneriffe 

Andrachne Oriental 

Enkianthus quinqueflora Enkianthus, Canton 

ultheria procumbens Gaultheria, trailing 

Andromeda calyculata, « Andromeda, Globe-flow I r. ea- 

lycled 
mariana, a. oval-leaved, Maryland 

^'T Hi sw? (spe ^ sliinin? ' ° val - leaved 

lento (spe-J oval-leaved 

:iosa,fr Spreng.) $ 

coriacea (nitida. Spr.) shining-leaved 



of 


No. 




.':;.-. 7 • 


.»:; 


90.-) - 


$8 


I ;.*',»; . 


IS 


050 


4!) 


2285 - 


17 


030 - 




l.sSs 


> 


114.", - 


4;< 


1 853 


40 


1071 


14 


4s S 


5 


175 


5 


177 


10 


33 1 


4 


138 


25 


008 


4s 


-.'•_'.;.» 


51 


2441 


I.". 


529 


:>;>, 


2630 


4!t 


2337 


4S 


2-241 


23 


904 


40 


•20J4 


.1(1 


2410 


20 


1057 


39 


1025 


20 


778 


23 


897 


42 

-'7 


1738 



Andromeda axillaris 



Rhododendron maxin 

- ponticum . . 
• pii tit 1 a 
■ Davuricum . 

- Davuricum, 

- Ciuica-t'uni. 

- hirsutum . . . 

- Catawbiense 

Kalmia latifolia 



. Andromeda, fine notched-leaved 

tree, or Sorrel-tree 

conical-flowered 

. Rhododendron, Laurel-leaved 



Catawba 

Thyme-leaved 

ilmia, broad- leaved 



Rhexia Vh-'mioa Rhexia, Virginian 

Osbeckioides Melastoma, Osbeckia-like 

-^anulo S a(Fontanesii. j Commerson's 



'■ ! 



■ Cinnamon-leaved 



- red-veined 



(Glycosnus) Limoni tree 

arborea. Npreng.) $ 

parviflora small-flowered 

Clethra arborea Clethra, tree 

Mylocaryum ligustri. (Clif-> Ruckwheat-tree, or Privei 

r.mia I'mustri. Spreng.).) leaved Mylocarium 

Pyrola umbellata (Chinxa-> Wint een , umbe ll a ted 
phila umbel. Spreng.) .$ 6 > 

maculata (Chimaphila> spot ted-leaved 

nianilata. Spreng.) . t . J l 

Hernia trijutra lleynia. W aluut-like 

Meiia azedarach Read-tree, common 

Quassia amara Quassia, 1 

Rutai 

narrow-leaved 

large-flowered, Flax-leaved 

Crowea saligna Crowea, Willow-leaved 

Zygophyllum sessilifolium, « . . Rean, caper, sessile-leaved 

— ■ foetidum (insuave) unpleasant 

Fagonia, Cretan 
Desmanthus, long-twigged 



Fagonia Cretica 

Desmanthus virgatus . . . 
Schotia Tamarindifolia , 



Schotia, 
Fly-trap, Venus 

Combretum purpureum Combretu 

Quisqualis Indica (pubescens. > 0uisauali , 

Spreng.) J ^ H ' 

Rhodora Canadensis Rhodora, Canadi; 

Rauhinia porrecta Mountain Ebony 



Vol 


No. 


S3 


2638 


53 


2070 


17 


«33 


49 


|S29 




S|.) 


3 


107 


25 


995 


28 


11 3s 




1923 




I.1S0 




753 


25 


D74 


39 


1 007 


28 


M or. 


32 


12ss 




11.12 


:;s 


1.1.10 


24 


92S 


.12 


2.is*; 


34 


i:wi 


15 


509 


27 


1099 


29 


1177 


38 


1590 


53 


2017 


31 


12.19 


5 


167 


35 


14 42 


2<i 


1032 


;>.. 


1477 


37 


2442 


37 

2.1 


';«!;; 


4s 


2212 




1925 


34 


1394 


40 


2991 


40 


2061 


40 


20s«i 


14 


475 



SYSTEMATICAL INDEX. lOJ 

Cassia adversiflora Cassia, contrary-flowered 

Australis New Holland 

corymbosa corymbose 

ligustrina Privet-leaved 

chamEecrista dwarf 

Poinciana pulcherrima (Cae-i 

salpinia pulcherrima. > Flower-fence, Barbadoes 

Spreng.) ) 

(fri'is siliqiiastruiii hulas-tree, common 

Podalyria sericea Podalyria, silky 

Styracifolia Storax-leaved 

■ biflora two-flowered, or Sophora 

Vaccinium Arctostaphylos Wortle-berry, Madeira 

-diffusum (arboreum.) shining-leaved 

Spreng.) $ 

resinosum, & red-flowered, clammy 

crassifolium thick-leaved 

nitidum, /3 red-twigged, decumbent 

Buxifolium Box-leaved 

macrocarpum Cranberry, American 

- Lupinoides. H. K.) 

(Podalyria. B. M. Ther-> Podalyria, Lupine-leaved 

mea. Spreng.) J 

fertKa. II. K. etS 

Spreng. (Sophora Aus-> Sophora, blue 

trails.) } 

Virgilia Capensis Virgilia, vetch-leaved 

intrusa small-flowered 

Ibbetsonia genistoides. (Cy-> Ibbetson j a spo tted-flowered 

clopia genistoides. Spr.) $ 
' • grandiflora. H. K.} 

et Spreng. (Sophora te-S- Sophora, winged-podded 

— microphylla Edwardsia, small-leaved 

_.izema nanum Chorizema, dwarf 

Podolobium trilobatum Podolobium, Holly-leaved 

a-borescens Oxylobium, tall 

cordifolium heart-leaved 

Gompholobium polymorph .triable 

Sphserolobium vimineum Sphserolobium, twiggy 

i.ilobum Gastrolobium, two-lobed 

vuta CallistaehyB, oval-leaved 

Pultenaa Daphnoides Pultensea, Daphne-leaved 

stricta upright 

biloba lobed-leaved 

retusa obtuse-leaved 

tenuifolia! .... ! fine-leaved 

stipularis scaly 



Dillwynia parvifolia . 



- floribunda (H. K. ( 
5pr. (ericifolia, errore 
Aotus villosa 



i^— > 



Brachysema; 1 

Mirlielia rt-tiri 
Samyda rosea . 



Rush-broom, leafless 

Brachysema, broad-leave' 

Mirbelia, netted-leaved 

Samyda, Rose-coloured 

Dais, Cotinus-leaved 



DECANDRIA DIGYNIA. 



i arborescens Hydrangea, shrubby 



- Dodder-like 

- round-leaved 

- Saffron -coloured 

- shining-calyxed 



lia-ll 



-■iria. Spr. i 

ocimoides 

Gypsophila repens Gypsophila, creeping 

s.Spr.) Pink, two-coloured 



. Sweet-William 

. China 

. Carthusian 

. cluster-headed 

. Franklin's Tartar 

. Carnation, Wheat-ear 
. Pink, fleld 



-Chi 



- caryophyllus 

- Caucasicus . 

- leptopetalus 



1 — 



is:> 



Diauthus petrous Pink, rock 

- fragrans sweet-scented 

DECANDRIA TRIGYNIA. 

Malpiirhiii glabra Barbadoes-cherry, smooth-Ieav- 

- volubilis twining 

- lucida wedge-leaved 

i-lil..i- : ,.f..lia Catch-fly, Armenian 

- ornata dark-coloured 

- pendula pendulous 

-vespertina (bellidifo-> 

u Spreng.) $ 

- supina, a narrow-leaved, procum- 

- regia splendid 

- fimbriata Campion, fringed-flowered 

- saxatilis Catch-fly, stone 

- lacera jagged- flowered 

?ucul»alus stellatiis ^(SUene^ Campioil) four . leaved 

Garidella Nigelastrum Garidella, fennel-leaved 

DECANDRIA PENTAGYNIA. 

Cceli rosa (Lychnis. > rf . , 

Spreng.) \ smooth-leaved 

Flos Jovis ( Lychnis. > „ . .... 

Snrene- 'i \ Kose_cam P 10I1 » umbelled 

:hnis coronata (erandiflora) T , . -,.. 

Spreng.) \ Lychnis, Clunese 

fulgens fulgent 

Alpina Alpine 

ilis lobata Wood-sorrel, lobed-leaved 

variabilis, & red-Cowered, variable 

violacea violet-coloured 

caprina (cernua. H.> ,, f . 

K.et! Spreng.) $ goats-foot 

rubella Oxalis, red-flowered 

Rosacea Wood-sorrel, Rose-coloured 



um oppositifolium Sedum, opposite-leaved 

Populifolium Stone-crop, Poplar-leaved 

spurium Sedum, bastard 

Anacampseros Orpine, evergreen 

ternatum Stone-crop, Purslane-leaved 

^p oM s s P rL s g .)i ^;;" ou ™ ke d 

Cotyledon orbiculata Navel-wort, round-leaved 

curviflora fascicularis . . bent-flowered 

decussata. Cotyledon, cross-leaved 

coruscans Navel-wort, sparkling 

Coriaria Sarmentosa Coriaria, New Zealand 

DECANDRIA DECAGYNIA. 

Phytolacca decandra Poke, Virginian 

asandra Phytolacca, tall 

DODECANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 

Iria ..?....£ 
rachnoides i 

H. K. > Aua.amp^-rns. white-flowered 
et Spreng.) \ 

.) s 

num reflexum ♦ Talinum, reflex-flowered 

im Willow-herb, fine-branched 

alatum Lythrum, hexandrous 

Cupheaserphyllifolia (parvij Cuphea> Trinidad 

. . . procumbent 

' i,Night-shade 

. ;e-ribbe 

Halesia tetraptera Snow-drop- 

Bocconia cordata Bocconia, heart-leaved 

DODECANDRIA DIGYNIA. 

, Callicoma, saw-leaved 

DODECANDRIA TRIGYNIA. 

Reseda odorata Reseda, sweet-scented 

Euphorbia globosa Spurge, roundish-jointed 



SYSTEMATICAL 



Euphorbia anacantha Spurge, scaly, finder-flowered 

• petiolaris long-stalked 

- raellifera Euphorbia, honey -bearing 

1494 Ipecacuanha Spurge, emetic 

variegata pye-bald 

2258 epithimoides broad-leaved 

punicea scarlet-flowered 

DODECANDRIA DODECAGINIA. 

Sempervivum ciliatum House-leek, ciliated 

grouty 

clammy 

hispid-stemmed 

villous-globular 

hen and chickens 

...... dwarf 

ICOSANDRIA MONOGYNIA. 

Amygdalus pumila Almond, double-dwarf 

Prunus nigra Plumb-tree, black 

Eugenia uruflora^ H K. (Pli-£ ^^ pedunculated 

^s^rJ — *-*— 

-Jambos (Myrtus. i „ arr0 w-leaved 

Spreng.) } 

S~re r ng r ) a !! . ^T.\ j sweet-scented 

Myrtus tomentosa Myrtle, woolly-leaved 

disticha globe-berried 

Pimenta, « Pimento, long-leaved 

Psidium Catleianum Gnava, purple-fruited 

cordatum spice 

Punica granatum Pomegranate-tree, common 

Metrosideroshispida (Ango-j Metrosideros , rough 

phora cordifoba. bpr.).* 
lanceolata. H. K. et> harsh-leaved 

Spreng. (citnna) $ 

speciosa shewy 

saligna Willow-leaved 

viridiflora green-flowered 



spermum quadrifolium . . . South-sea Myrtle, large-leaved 
flavescens Myrtle, yellowish South-sea 

Fabricia laevigata Fabricia, smooth 

i> coronarius ...... Philadelphus, common 

inodorus Carolina, scentlesfl 

Bart Tp i Lt.) ape . t " Ia . . ( .°. r ? at . a i Barton5a - ten -p etaled 

Curtii- -j.cr!..-i--miu- — p.'rio-} „, , ... ,, . . . 

sus Snrene- ^ \ orch-thistle, crimson-flowered 

triangularis Creeping-cereus, triangular, or 

Strawberry-pear 

flagelliformis Cereus, creeping 

truncatus Cactus, ringent-flowered 

opuntia Indian-fig, common dwarf 

MS. Sprang.) .T^"} leSSei% black - s P ined 

polyanthes Cactus, free-flowering 

phyllanthus Spleen-wort-leaved 

phvllanthoides (ele-> T ,. „ „ _ 

gans. Spreng.) ....... \ Indian - fi g> Rose-flowered 

F tus salicorn. Spreng.) . J BMpi*vGiMWWrt*ta 

Eucalyptus pulverulenta Eucalyptus, heart-leaved 

ICOSANDRIA DI-PENTAGYNIA. 

Waldsteinia geoides Waldsteinia, Aven's-Iike, wax- 
tree, see Privet 

Spiraea bella Spiraea, comely 

trifoliata three-leaved 

Sesuvium Portulacastrum, |3,i 

( revolutifolium. H. K.> Sesuvium, Purslane-leaved 

et Spreng.) ) 

Mespilus odoratissima (orien- ) TT 

talis. Spreng.) \ Hawthorn, sweet-scented 

» •■■.:-! : .tphiole-i . „ 

pis Indica. Spreng.) . .$ Indian 

glabra (Photinia ser-> . ' 

rulata. Spreng.) \ smooth > Chinese 

Pyrus Japonica Apple-tree, Japan 

spectabilis Chinese 

coronaria Crab-tree, sweet-scented 

Amelanchier Pear, Alpine 

Mesembryanthemum pinnati-) _,. . ,, . , , 

fidum \ Fig-mangold, jagged-leaved 

pomeridianum great yellow-flowered 

obcordellum heart-shaped, or glau- 
cous checquered-dumpling 
testiculare, J3 yellow-flowered, round- 



Mesembrvanthemum albidu 

hatchet-leaved 

. . green-flowered 

glittering 

, great bearded-leaved 

H. K. et> two-coloured 

Spreng. (bicolorum) ...) 

aureum golden 

spectabile shewy 

inclaudens never-* -losing 

Tetragonia expansa Spinach, New Zealand 

ICOSANDR1A POLYGYNIA. 

Dalibarda fragarioides Dalibarda, Strawberry-leaved 

Rubus Rossefolius, Bramble, Double-Rose-leaved 

odoratus Raspberry, flowering 

Arcticus Bramble, dwarf 

uophylla Strawberry, one-leaved 

endena (lineatU Potentffla, shining Nepal 

Spreng.) > 

Clusiana Clusius s 

grandiflora large-flowered 

atrosanguinea deep blood-coloured 

Calycanthua Floridus Allspice, Carolina 

-- precox (chiroo-J j 

nanthus fragrans. Spr.)$ F , 

Rosa bracteata • • Rose, Macartny s-rose 

hispida hispid-stemmed 

provincial^ £ (centi- J p0 mpone 

folia. Spreng.) S l P 

muscosa (centifol. Spr.) moss 

gallica, (3 striped-red, or Rosa Mundi 

semp'erflorens, & ever-blowing 

semperflorens y. > Miss Lasvrence's 

(Laurenceana. Spreng.) $ 

multiflora bramble-flowered 

Banksia Lady Banks's 

POLYANDRIA MONOGYNTA. 

Papaver nudicaule, & Poppy, naked-stalked 

nudicaule, $ orange-coloured, naked- 
stalked 
Caucasicum Caucasean 

Entelea arborescens Entelea, New Zealand 

inosa Caper, shrub 



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12 


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1710 


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Crataeva fragTans Crataeva, sweet-scent 

Gtrewia ocddentalia (Elaeocar-) 

pus cyaneus peticylatus.f Grewia, Elm-leaved 

"iSS'S *— ■ v. «-*- 

Cisttts ineanus Cistus, hoary, or Ros 

ladaniferus gum 

formosus (Helianthe-J ^.^ 

iiitiin tonnos. bpreng.J . > 

— — Algaryensis (Helian-) ^ 

rhenium Alirarveiise. fc>pr.)} 

loevipes (Helianthe-) _ J _ 

mum laeva. Spreng.) . . § 

mum Barrel. Spreng.) . $ 

sampsucifolius Dwarf-cistus, rough 

Bixa orellana Basil, Skull-cap-like 

x hi u t iii i purpurea Side-saddle- flower, broad-lipped, 

purple 

-— variolaris (adunea.) hook-leaved 

H. K.) $ 

Loasa nitida Loasa, shining-leaved 

Mentzelia oligosperma Mentzelia, few-seeded 

Lagerstrcemia Indica Lagerstrcemia, Indian 

Sanguinaria Canadensis Puccoon, Canada 

Argemone Mexicana Poppy, prickly 

aibiflora Argemone, white-flowered 

Podophyllum peltatum Duck's-foot, or May-apple 

Nymphaea caerulea Water-lily, blue 

stellata, (3 larger-flowered starred 

Lotus Egyptian 

rubra, ex.. ... . red-flowered 

versicolor changeable 

odorata, « sweet-scented 

odorata, /3 lesser sweet-scented 

nitida cup-flowered 

pygmaea pigmy 

Euryale ferox Euryale, prickly 

■ liana. H. K. et } 
Spreng. (Nymphaea Kal-> Water-lily, Canadian 

HSS^'iSS •— — 

POLYANDRIA DIGYNIA. 

Bauera rubitefolia. H. K Bauera, Madder-leaved 

Potereum caudatum Burnet, smooth, shrubby 

Fothergilla alnifolia Fothergilla, blunt-leaved 



L9I 



Pffionia nioutan, a. Moutan, single-flowered, var. 

moutan or Chinese Tree Peony 

albiflora Peony, white-flowered 

edulis, ». (albiflo. var. Spr.) Chinese, eatable 

anomala jagged-leaved 

rubens downy 

nrtii'iiiulis common, single-flowered 

Daurica Daurian 

humilis dwarf 

sessiliflora sessile-flowered 

peregrina crimson-flowered 

POLYANDRIA TRIGYNIA. 

Hibbertia dentata Hibbertia, brown-leaved 

grossularifolia Hibbertia, Gooseberry-leaved 

-Corifolia (peduncu-> Coris-leaved 

lata. Spreng.) $ 

Delphinium grandiflorum Larkspur, large-flowered 

urceolatum Bee Larkspur, hollow-leaved 

Aconitum Anthora Wolfs-bane, wholesome 

S pre„") ( . L . y :^° lf - b -' C ^ hk » 

' den -l pale-yellow 

uncinatum hook-flowered 

POLYANDRIA TETRAGYNIA. 

Cimicifuga palmata Bug- wort, palmate-leaved 

cordifolia heart-leaved 

POLYANDRIA PENTAGYNIA. 

Aquilegia Canadensis Columbine, Canadian 

hybrid* (vulgaris, var.} two-coloured 

H. K. viridiflora. Spr.) . J 

Nigella damascena Fennel-flower, garden 

Hispanica Spanish 

orientalts oriental 

Reaumuria Hypericoides Reaumuria, Hypericum-like 

POLYANDRIA POLYGYNIA. 

Limnocharis Plumieri Limnocharis, Plunder's 

Nelumbium speciosum Bean, sacred, of India 



Tre!^?^ (Cherira .° Ua ] Custard-apple, broad-leaved 

Liriodendron Tulipifera Tulip-tree, common 

Magnolia grandiflora, y Magnolia, long-leaved 

- glauca, y Thompson's new swamp 

- aunculata ear-leaved 

- macrophylla large-leaved 

- conspicua Lily-flowered, or Yulan 

- purpurea (obovata. > ^ 

I. K. et Spreng.) § * *" 

- pumila dwarf 

llii.imn tb.ridanum Illicium, red-flowered, or Ani- 

Atragene Austriaca (Alpine,? r . . . . . • 

ar. Austriaca) ( V 1Vgln i'™™' Austrian 

- Siliiri.a Atragene, Siberian 

— Americana American 

-Capensis (Pulsatilla* c 

Uncana. Spreng.) ....) 

ltonia vesicatoria Knowltonia, blistering 

is Vernalis . Adonis, Spring 

Ranunculus pedatus Crow-foot, cut-leaved 

— ParnasBifoliuB Parnassia-leaved 

— gramineue Grass-leaved 

— Cassubicus Cassubian 

— acris, j3 upright, double 

— nodiflorus, # Sicilian, knot-flowered 

Trollius Asiaticus Globe-flower, Asiatic 

Helleborus hyemalis Hellebore, Winter 

— niger black 

mone Hepatica, y ....... . Hepatica 

palmata, y Anemone, pale-flowered, Cycla 

men -leaved 
hortensis (stellata. Spr.) star 

-vl\ tstiis snow-drop 

- alba (sylvestris,™r.> M 

Spw^O S 

Narcissiflora Wind-flower, Narcissus-flow- 

Alpina, .. (Pulsatilla) '" ... 

Alpina. Spreng.) S Anemone ' Alpme 

pratensis, ft (Pulsa-i Pasque-flower, pale-flowered, 

tilla pratensis. Spreng.) \ meadow 



none Tlialictroides (Tha-) . . . 

run, \ .'iii..noi<les Snr ) I Anemone, meadow-rue-leaved 

— integ-rifolia Clematis, or Virgins-bower, 

entire-leaved 

— Viticella Virgins-bower, purple 

— crispa curled-flowered 

— florida large-flowered 

— cylindrica long-flowered 

etnim ftquilegifolium Meadow-rue, Columbine-leaved 

— nqnUegifolinm, y purple-flowering 

— Alpinum Alpine 

DIDYNAMIA GYMNOSPERMIA. 

Ocymum canum Basil, hoary 

'" tranthus seutellarioides i 

Mag.) S 

— ternatus Plectranthus, ternnte-leaved 

— Forskohlei Forskohl's 

lella granditlora. x Self-heal, broad-leaved 

grandiflora, j3 : great-flowered 

Melissa grandiflora Balm, great-flowered 

icocephalum Virginianum. .. Dragons-head. Virginian 
deuticnlatum toothed 

| r iiniinorum Betony-leaved 

— - Siliirieum Siberian 

tamis. Spreng.) \ n>yme ' **J<****-k*™i 

Alpinus Alpine 

— - grandiflorus (Melittis> large-flowered 

( iirohmana. Spreng.) .$ 

tellaria grandiflora Scutellaria, large-flowered 

orientalis Skull-cap, yellow-flowered 

i.iiilu;- I'n^tanthera, villous-flowered 

i ocimoides (Perilomia ) ^.^ balm ., eaved 
emiiu.les. >preng.) . . . ) 

n. :» - Malaharica Anisomeles, Malabar 

ium latifolium (fruticans. ) Gennander,broad-leaved shrubby 
preng.) $ 

— hyrcanicum Betony-leaved 

— orientale great-flowered 

Lavandula dentata Lavender, toothed-leaved 

Origanum Maru Marjoram, Lavender-scented 

Dictamnus Dittony of Crete 

Hyssopus orientalis (angusi-* H Qriental 

fohus. Spreng.) S 



tzia cri-rj)ta Elsholtzia, crested 

Lamium orvale , . . Archangel, Balm-leaved 

Nepeta longiflora. Spreng. } „ ^ . ^ , __ . , 
Mussov, U.K. ......J Cat-mint, long-tubed 

Stachys armaria Stachys, purple-flowered 

coccinea scarlet 

Betonica incana Betony, Rose-coloured 

grandiflora great-flowered 

i'hlunii-. tVuticosa Phlomis, larger shrubby, or Je- 

lychnitis lamp-wick 

Iunarifolia, Russell's, Honesty-leaved 

Herba Venti rough-leaved 

tuberosa tuberous 

■ Leonurus (Leonotis > ,. , „ 

Leonurus. H. K. et Spr.) ) hon s ~ tal1 

Molucella lsevis Molucca Balm, smooth 

Selago ovata Selago, oval-headed 

DIDYNAMIA ANGIOSPERMIA. 

Verbena ^triota Vervain, upright 

Aubletia r o S e 

Lamberti Lambert's 

triphylla (Lipnia ci-) 

treodora. Spread) . . . .$ three-leaved 

Hebenstretia dentata Hebenstretia, toothed 

iruticosa shrubby 

..-leaved 

negundo. .-reng. (in-> , 

cisa. H. K. $ ~ five-leaved 

Clerodendrum macropbyflum . . Clerodendrum, broad-leaved 

- fragrans fragrant 

- viscosura clammv 

Petrea volubilis Petrea, twining 

• a< a (piramidata. > -, . , 

H. K. non Willd. ) \ onultia > dotted-flowered 

Lantana aculeata Lantana, prickly 

ni . vea . white-flowered 

trifolia three-leaved 

Africana Spielmannia, Ilex-leaved 

- ■- Duranta, prickly 

Myoporum oarvifolium Myoporum, small-leaved 

" ~ dt ; bile — procumbent 

- ! . :l ,er Stenochilus, smooth-leaved 

Ennus Lychmdea Erinus, Phlox-like 

Alpinus Alpine 

tscosa (BuchneraJ „ , 
Bot. Mag.) ,\ Bucn «era, clammy 



Pedieularis Canadensis Louse-wort, Canadian 

Digitalis tomentosa Fox-glove, woolly-leaved 

tVrnisrinea iron-o.loun'd 

lanata Woolly-spiked 

minor dwarf. Spanish 

obscura willow-leaved 

Antirrhinum Asarina Snap-dragon, heart-leaved 

Linaria genista-folia, y Toad-flax, tall, Broom-like 

triphylla. H. K. et ) 

Spreiur. (antirrhin. tri-> three-leaved 

p»yi.) S 

triornithophorum. 1 

H. K. et Spreng. (an- > Snap-dragon, three-bird-beai 

tirrh. trionithop) \ 

purpurea. H. K. et i 

Spreng. (antirrh. pur- > Toad-flax, purple 

pur.) \ 

Spartia. H. K. et S 

Spreng. (antirrh. Spar-> branching 

-trisjis. H K etSpr.J black-flowered 

(antirrhin. tnste) § 

-Alpina. H.K.etSpr.> A] ine 

(antirrlun. Al|nnum) . . . $ 

Anarrhinum bellidifolium Anarrhinum, Daisy-leaved 

Mimidus glutinosus. Spreng. > Monke fl orange 

H. K. (aurantiacus) . . . S 

ringens narrow-leavi 

luteus Mimulus, Langsdorff's 

H«r^Moiuaen^{ca^> Hwpwt Pll , e , e , 

>urea.< Gerardia, purple 

BrOV ^gt".! L : Q "^?:^ ^owa,Ua,tall 

S^ng t ) mi . S . S ". ( . Li "' i r. n . a .'i spreading 

Alonsoa uricifolia.' H . K.'(Cel-J 

sia urticivfol. Hot. Mag.> C.lsia, Nettle-leaved 
Hemimerisurtica^ful.Sji. < ) 

linearis. H. K. (Cel-1 

sia linear. Bot. Mag.S- linear-leaved 

Hemimeriscoccinea. Sp.)) 

Celsia Arcturus scallop-leaved 

great-flowered 

atus Schizanthus, winged-leaved 

gens spreading 

Angelonia salicarifolia Angelonia, violet-flowered 

Russelia multiflora Russelia, many-flowered 

Cyrilla pulchella (Trevirania> £ m scarlet . flowered 
Spreng.) ...I' 



Chelone major Chelone, Lyor 

Penstemon glabra (Chelone) p enst N 

glabra. Spreng.) S 

pubescens, «. (Che 



broad-leaved, hairy 

Fox-glove-like 

Bell-flowered 



Isevigat. Spreng.) 5 

Capraria undulata Capraria, waved-leaved 

" semperflorens Maurandia, or bastard Fox-glove 




- Snap-dragon-flowered 



Acanthus, prickly 
Ruellia, splendid 
Asphelandra, dense-spiked 
4r.)^ Crossandra, waved-leaved 

Phaylopsis longifolia Phaylopsis, long-leaved 

Bsrieria eristata Barleria, crested 

Thunburgia grandiflora Thunbergia, blue-flowered 

alata winged-leaved 

■ fragrans twining 

;■:•<•. ilara Trumpet- flower, four-lcavfil 

I Chamberlaynii (aequi--) 

; noctialis. Spreng.) $ 

grandiflora (Incar- > 



lifl. Spreng.) 



- riiaiiihi'd ivn'- 

- Chinese 



j radic. Spreng.) . 

Jacaranda ovalifolia . . . 
j Martynia proboscidea . 



Besleria pulchella 

Brunfelsia Americana, , 

Halleria lucida 



Ash-leaved 

. Jacaranda, oval-leaved 

■ . . - < ■ : i ; ■ - u i t - < 1 
. Gesneria, woolly 
. Besleria, striped-flowered 

. Columnea, climbing 
. Fly-honeysm 
. Gloxinia, spotti 
. hairy 



TETRADYNAMIA SILICULOSA. 



Biscutella hispida Buckler's-wheat, hispid 

Petrocallis Pvrenacia. H. K.> . . 

,t Spr. , 1 >raba l-wnaira , f W '"'low-grass, mountain 

Iberis (iibialturica Candy-tuft, Gibraltar 

saxatile, |3 Rock, candy -tuft, smoi 

ciliata Candy-tuft, ciliate-leaved 

Farsetia deltoidea. H. K. ) 

(Alyssum deltoideum. > Alyssum, purple 

culatum) 3 

Draba aizoides Draba, sea-green 

TETRADYNAMIA SILIQUOSA. 

Dentaria dipbylla Tooth -wort, broad-leaved, or 

pentaphylla (digitata > five-leived 

Spreng.) $ 

Carihiiiiiin.' a>:irii'iilta La<!i<'- --nim-k. I\ 

trifolia Cuekuw- flower, three-leaved 

Arabis Caucasica (albida. Spr.) Wall-cress, early-flowering 

Alpine ■ Alpine 

nutans (bellidifol. Spr.) nodding 

Cheiranthus mutabilis Wall-flower, changeable 

Armeniacus (Ery-> Armenian 

simum Ibericum. Spr.) } 

Mathiola odoratissima Stock, Persian 

~l^(CnSne£^j dark-flowered 

Malcomia maritima. H. K. i 

et Spreng. (CheiranthusS- Stock, Mediterranean 

Hesperis tristis Rocket, nijrht-sivielliim 

^randiflora Dames-violet, large-flowered 

Cheiranthus. Spreng.) . S Alpine 

Schizopetalon Walkeri Scliizopetalon, Walker's 

striata upright 

Cleome pentaphvlla Cleome, five-leaved 

- Candelabrum Chandelier 

- pubescens villous 

- spinosa prickly 



STEMATICAL INDEX 

Ge^hnceolatum)! "^ 
betulinum Crane's-bill, birch-leaved 

reniforme kidney-leaved 

-cordatum H. K et> heart-leaved 

Spreng. (cordifolium) . . $ 

tetragonum Geranium, square-stalked 

echinatum prickly- stalked 

pulchellum (Willde-) Crane's-bill, None-such 

novii. Spreng.) ) 

peltatum. H. K. et \ 

Spreng. (Geranium pel-> Geranium, Ivy-leaved 

glutinosum . , Crane's-bill, clammy 

radula. H K et SprJ Gerani rasp .i eave d 

(Geranium Radula) .... $ ' 

quinatum Crane's-bill, five-fingered 

dasycaulon Stork's ill, thick-stemmed 

ceratophyllum Crane's-bill, horn-leaved 

MONADELPHIA OCTANDRIA. 

Aitonia Capensis Aitonia, Cape 

MONADELPHIA DECANDRIA. 

Geranium Anemonfefolium Geranium, Anemone-leaved 

. macrorhizum Crane's-bill, long-rooted 

anirulatum Geranium, angular-stalked 

AVallichianum (Van.- <-l.ill, \) allien s 

Ibericum — Iberian 

argenteum Crane's-bill, silver-leaved 

MONADELPHIA DODECANDRIA. 

Maple-leaved 
Cork-leaved 
lania Erythroxylon. H.rO 
(Pentapetes Erythroxy-> Red-wood, St. Helena 

lon> S 

Screw-tree, Nut-leaved 

Monsonia speciosa Monsonia, large-flowered 

lobata broad-leaved 

MONADELPHIA POLYANDRIA. 

Astrapea Wallichii Astrapea, Wallich's 



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cinea. Spreng.) 
;unsea Patera 

mea. Spreng-. Hibisc. 

Paters. H. K.) 

olinea minor (princeps ?) 



(CameUia Axilla] 
Camellia Japonica, a 



Lagunaea, Norfolk Island 

. Gordonia, smooth 
Camellia, Axillary-flowering 

. . Myrtle-leaved 

. Anemone -flowered, or 

Warratah 

. Chandler's new 

. Knight's, new War- 



DIADELPHIA PEXTANDRIA. 

Petalostemum violaceum > Pe taIostemon, purple-flowered 
(Dalea violacea. Spr.) . $ ■ ■ 

DIADELPHIA HEXANDRIA. 

Fun,anaruc,.Uaria( ('orydalis.) FumitorVj two-spurred 

^*™? 8a ^ Cor - vdalis - | blush 

-'bufbosa'. ' H." K." (Co-) 

rvdulis hulli. Spreng. > hollow-rooted 

Cava. Bot. Mag.) > 

bulbos. Spreng.) ) 

solida (Corydal. Hal-> soU d-rooted 

leri. Spreng.) > 

sempervirens. H. K.l 

(glauca. Bot. Mag. Co-> glaucous 

rydal. glauca. Spreng.)) 
-iiobilis. (Bot. Mag) grea t-flowered 

Corydalis nobihs. Spr.) J * 

DIADELPHIA OCTANDRIA. 

Polygala cordifolia Milk-wort, heart-leaved 

oppositiiolia opposite-leaved 

speciosa (virgata. Spr.) shewy 

Chamjebuxus box-leaved 

amara spear-leaved 

Senega officinale, or Rattle- 

Snake-root 

Heisteria (Muraltia.) Heath-leaved 

Spreng.) $ 

alopecuroides (Spreng.) fox-tail 

mixta (Spreng.) Heath-leaved 

stipulacea (Spreng.) . stipuled 

DIADELPHIA DECANDRIA. 

. . . Broom, white, single-seeded 
long-twigged 

(genista. ) Spmuk 

(Spreng.) . . three-seeded 

s ( Flax-leaved 

Genista triquetra Genista, triangular-stalked 




Ononis fruticosa Rest-harrow, shrubby 

natrix (pinguis. Spr.) . yellow-flowered 

Hispanica small-leaved 

rotundifolia round-leaved 

Aiitln His Barba Jovis Anthyllis, silver-leaved, or Jupi- 

Cretica Kidney-vetch, Cretan 

Hermannite Lavender-leaved 

Erinacea Anthyllis, prickly 

tetraphylla Ladies'-finger, four-leaved 

Borbonia crenata Borbonia, heart-leaved 

ruscifolia Butcher's Broom- 

Hovea Celsi Hovea, broad-leaved 

lanceolata lance-leaved 

Goodia lotifolia Goodia, Lotus-leaved 

pubescens hairy 

Aspalathus Chenopoda (Che-> A ___ Whll _ „.„ , . 
nopus. Spreng.) J Aspalathus, goose-loot 

ciliaris ciliated 

pedunculatus (bracte-) „ , , 

ata. Spreng.) \ small-leaved 

How C vlista, white-flowered 

H alii i imbricate Hallia, imbricated 

imbricata imbricated 

Glycine phaseoloides Glycine, lesser, red-bead 

Apios (Apios tuberos.) 

Spreng.) ......... .. . \ tuberous-rooted 

S^e f ^ Ce Spr ( eng 1S ) ta r. a ^ Kidney-bean-tree, Carolina 
Sinensis (Apios. Chin.) „, . „, . 

Spr.) Mistaria De Cand.f G1 y cine > Chluese 
Kennedia rubicunda. H. K.} 

et Spreng. (Glyc. rubi-S- dingy -flowered 

cunda.) \ 

prostata. H. K. et i 

Spreng. (Glycine cocci- > scarlet 

monophylla. H. K. J 

et Spreng. (Glyc. bi- > purple 

maculata.) ) 

coccinea Kennedia, many-flowered, scar- 

Psoralea corylifolia Psoralea, Hazle-le.ived 

glandulosa striped-flowered 

aphylla leafless 

aculeata prirkly 

I j Melilotoides Melilot-like 

— arborea tree-like 



< ; lycirrliizii lepidota Liquorice, silky-lf 

Chich-pea, c 
Melilot-trefoil, l)lue 




- perennis 

- Nootkatensis (lutea-i 
is. Spreng.) $ 

- Nootkatensis, & 

- microcarpus 



-rinn,-n li-trei 



Lebeckia 

aia triflora. H. K 
(Crotalaris 



i5!« 



Lebeckia, naked 
Crotalaria, three-flow* 

n, Cape 
Flat-pea, large -flowered 



- parviflorum small-flowered 

- triangulare triangular-leaved 

Bossifea scolopendria Bossisea, flat-stemmed 

peterophylla. H. K. ) narrow-leaved 

er Sprernr. < lanceolata) .$ 



- prostrata procumbent 

- microphylla. H. K. i 

Spreng. (Platylob. V Flat-pea, small-leaved 



Crotalaria pulcherri 

— feue>rnira. . 



. Crotalaria, Mysore 

. wedtred-leaved 

. wiad 



Vul 


No. 


:>:i 


■2<;-2> 


ij 


792 


41 


1 725 


6 


18! 


4*. 


2004 


50 


24; >! 


47 


2101 


22 


*77 




1SS(J 


20 


1010 


16 


rm 


9 


311 




2232 


23 


s«m; 


ll 


.380 


."57 


1542 


47 


•2111 


40 


20!'s 


4!» 


2;>4.-. 


IS 


07.-. 




22'M 




2,'.:; 




115 


3 


MM) 




193* 


2 


01, 


47 


2141 


4s 


22<u; 


31 


1241 


4s 


222;; 


6 


198 


14 


476 


20 


742 


1.3 


40,:, 


4s 


2192 


:\:> 


130,1 


10 


330 


30 


1233 


5 


151 


23 


909 


;.(> 


23*0 


51 


24*3 



Colutea Nepalensis Bladder-Senna, Nepal 

Swains, «ia ffa legifolia. H..IO 

et Spreng. (Colutea ga-V small- leaved 

eoronillsefolia Swainsonia, purple-flowered 

Sutherlandia frutescens. H.K.) 

et Spreng. (Colutea fru-> Bladder-Senna, scarlet 

Lesfwrtfo pulchra Lessertia, Comptesse de Vant 

Erythrina Caffra Erythrina, Cape 

crista galli Coral-tree, cock's-comb 

herbacea Erythrina herbaceous 

ragana, j3 Robinia, sand, or Pea-tree 

balodendron Salt-tree 

viscosa. H. K. et > 

Spreng. (glutinosa) . . .§ clammy 

bispida. . rough-stalked 

Dolichos Chinensis Dolicbos, Chinese 

lignosus p urp ie 

Chtoria ternatea Clitoria, wing-leaved 

~ heterophylla hooded-flowered 

Orobus lathyroides Bitter- Vetch, upright 

vermis Orobus, early-flowering 

varms Bitter- Vetch, parti-coloured 

— — ni & e r • ; black 

"rticulatUB Lathyrus, jointed-podded 

sativus blue -flowered 

tingitanus p ea , Tangier 

grandiflorus Sweet-pea, perennial 

odoratus, * p ea , or Vetchling, sweet 

- tuberosus Lathvrus, tuberous 

N "" ia tenuifnlia Vetch, fine-leaved 

onoliryehuides Saint-foia 

Li P aria spharica (p. 1241.) ... . Liparia, ruscus-leaved 

t j- c vestlta concave-leaved 

lndigofera candicans Indigo, white-leaved 

puoraleoides long-spiked 

cytisoah-s amjular-stalked 

— angustifoha narrow-leaved 

Galega orientalis Goat's-rue, oriental 

Lotus Jacobfeus Lotus, black-flowered 

-Australia (non Indigof.J ^ T „„ . 

simplicifol. Spreng.) . . \ New Holland 

- hirsutus Birds-foot Trefoil, hairy 

— odoratus (suaveolens. i 
Spreng.) ( " ~~ sweet-scented 

Tetragonolobus" (Te-i 

tragonolobus purpureus.V Lotus, winged 

Spreng.) V 

dicago carstiensis Medick, creeping-rooted 

ragalus stipularis Astragalas, broad-stipuled 

pilosus (Oxytropis) . . . Oxytropis, hairy 



. Onobrvehis, Russian, 



- Miins|n^sulanus 

- brachycarpus 

- I.ainberfi (Oxytropis). Ox' 

- montaiius (TbiiVa. Spr.) Mil 



Rose-coloured 

. Hares-ear-leav. 

. Hurst-sliue-vetch, shrubb 

. Senna, Scorpion 

. Coronilla, Rue-leaved 



--Mnu.ua .va-maii*. < JacquinVleast 

>preng.) ) 

- varia purple 

2646 Iberica Iberian 

2112 Amorpha nana Bastard-indigo, dwarf 

2486 Dalea mutabilis Dalea, changeable 



POLYADELPHIA. 

1868 Melaleuca Thymifolia Melaleuca, Thyme-leaved 

2268 

1935 squarrosa Myrtle-leaved 

1058 

neriifol.) 

Calothanmus quadrifida Calothamnu>. tour-eleft 

Beaufortia decussata Beaufortia, splendid 

Hypericum Uralum St. Johns-wort, Myrtle-leaved 



large-flowered 
broad-leaved Olym- 
Heath -leaved 



-Cons 

SYNGENESIA POLYGAMIA iEQUALIS 



lieropogon giaDra ^iusui 

Arnopogon Dalechampii i > 

(UrospermumDaIechani-> Sheep s-beard, 



Scorzonera purpurea. $ Viper's-«-rass, large purple- 

Sonchus Tingitanus. H. K. et) 

Spr. (Scorzonera Tingi-> Scorzonera, Tangier 

Ltcteca pereunia Lettuce, perennial 

Prenanthes alba Prenanthes, white-flowered 

Tnlt.U iMii.i-ta. H.K. etSpr.) „ . , , , 
,<rrpisharhata)......J Cre P ls ^ earded 

Troximon glaucum Troximon, glaucous-leaved 

Serratula quinquefolia. Saw-wort, five-leaved 

simplex one-flowered 

pulchella — : purple-scaled 

Catananche cserulea Catananche, blue-flowered 

i -issimus (Cir-> n . , Al , , , 

cium. Spreng \ Cmcus, feathery-headed 

Afer. (Carduus. Spr.) . Barbary.ort 1 tl ml 

Thistle 

Stobaea pinnata Stobaea, Carthamus-like 

Carthamus Lanatus (Centau-> Distaff-thistle, or Woolly Car- 
le*. Spreng.) $ thamus 

caeruleus (Onobroma.) „ Al 

Spreng.) \ Cartha «J«8, blue-flowered 

idens (Hopkirkia.) c , .. , . 

Spreng.) \ Salmea > «*"*«»* 

Spilanthes crocata (Platyple-> ., , 

ris crocata. Spreng !) . . $ S P 1,anthes > Saffron-flowered 

Cacalia coccinea Cacalia, scarlet-flowered 

Piqueria trinervia Piqueria, three-nerved 

Lagasca mollis Lagasca, soft-leaved 

Veronica flexuosa Veronica, zig-zag 

niosa Liatris, scarious-cupped 

spicata (macrostachya.) ., , 

Spreng.) .\ s P lked 

Eupatorium Salviaefolium Eupatorium, Sage-leaved 

Ageratum caelestinum Ageratum, blue-flowered 

striatum — upright 

MfMcanum Mexican 

Stevia Eupatoria Stevia, Hemp, Agrimony- 

Hyssopifolia Hvssop-leaved 

~$ii%z;t™™.\ — seven - cieft 

Palafoxia linearis Palafoxia, Lavender-leaved 

Pteronia pauciflora Pteronia, few-flowered 

BOmanrea Goldy-locks, great shrubby 

Calealobata(Neurochlena. Spr.) Calea, yellow-flowered, or Hal- 

Ixodia Achilkeoides Ixodia, Milfoil-like 

(Tanacetum flabell. Bot.f fp . , 

! Mag. Balsanista flabell.f ranse ?> fan -I««ved 
s preiig.) ) 



SVXCKNKSIA POLYGAMIC SUPERFLUA. 




;um (X( 

variegat. spirale. H. K.)^ 

canescens (Xeranth.) elegant 

splendens Elichrysum, shining 

sesamoides. «. (Xe-> Xeranthemum, superb 

ranthemum sesammdo \.\ 
t'a-cietilatuin. H.K. et} 

Spreng. (XeranthemumV straw-coloured 



►*).. 



erlasting, proliferous 
Madia viscosa (Sativa. Spreng.) Madia, clammy 

Erigeron Bellidifolium Erigeron, Plantain-leaved 

Tussilago Alpina Golfs-foot, Alpine 

— sweet-scented 
talia, woolly-leaved 




blue-flowered 

Butter-bur-leaved 
Siberian 



)lepis acuminata. H. K. J 
(}. rugata. Spreng. Sca-> Scalia, Knapweed 
lia jaceoides. Bot. Mag.)) 

Inula glandulosa Inula, glandulous 

ia sqoarrosa (Grhidelia) ~ . , .* , , 

inuloides. Spreng.) . . . .\ ^ma, snake-headed 
ca Montana Arnica, Mountain 

- Bellidiastrum Daisy-leaved 

is annua Daisy, lesser 

- sylvestris large Portugal 

- perennis. & great-double 

liafrustranea. H.K. (coc-i 

cineaGeorgina variabilis. > Dahlia, scarlet-flowered 
Spreng.) ) 

- superflua. « — fertile-rayed 

Tagetes patula Marigold, French 

— tenuifolia Peruvian 

— l«cida Tagetes, sweet- scented, or 

Chili Marigold 

B elegans Zinnia, Violet-coloured 

— hybrida large-flowered 

— multiflora many-flowered 

— tenuiflora slender- flowered 

Chrysanthemum carinatum. ) „. , t 

H. K. et Spr. (tricolor) . \ Chrysanthemum, three-coloured 
Indicum Indian 

Sinense. var. 1 7.) expanded light-pur- 

I'tdicmn $ pl e 

Pyrethrum roseum. H. K.i 

{Chrysanth. coccineum.) $ red-flowered 

Indicum Fever-few, East Indian 

Bnlronia Asteroides. Boltonia, Star-wort-flowered 

glastifolia Woad-leaved 

Anthemis Pyrethrum Pellitory of Spain 

Achilla* Clavense Milfoil," silvery-leaved 

Verbesina alata Verbesina, wing-stalked 

Sativa oil-seed 

Galinsogea trilobata Galinsogea, three-lobed 

i sericeum Syn-) 
geuesia $ Ox-eye, sdky 

POLYGAMIA FRUSTRANEA. 

Helianthus atrorubeus Sun-flower, dark-purple-eyed 

diffusus (atrorubens.> 

Galardia bicolor Galardia, two-coloured 

" uata Rudbeckia, fragrant-pinnated 

ta, 8»<» small hairy 



KATICAL INDEX. 




— Ferulaefolia Fennel-1 

<"iillumia cffiaria Cullumia, ciliated 

Berekheya grandiflora Berekheya, large-flowered 



Cryptostemma Calendul, 
Sphenogyne Anthemoides, 




Ochrol 



. . . Centaurea, Wbad-leaved 
. . . Blue-bottle, greater 
. . . Centaury, Cretan 



sphserocephala 

Rhapontica (' 

tula. Spreng.) . . . 



- or Knapweed, golden 

- prickly, globe-headed 



POLYGAMIA NEC ES.s.lRlA 



— Tentia 






> Othonna, leaf-clasped 



E ri „ce i h^ ru e r ,„.K.^ Eriocepha|u5) 
Partheniura Hysterophoni* . . . Parthenium, c 



POLYGAMIA SEGREGATA. 

a prolifera QSdera, proliferous 

Echinops strictus Globe-thistle, upright 

— ritro small 

— strigosus annual 

GYNANDRIA MONANDRIA. 

Orchis longicornu Orchis, long-spurred 

acuminata pointed-flowered 

sulfurea (Romana. Spr.) pale-yellow 

Habenaria ciliaris Habenaria, yellow-fringed 

Satyrium carneum Satyrium, great-flowered, Cape 

— coriifolium leathery-leaved 

Ophrys Arachnites Ophrys, Black-spider 

Tenthredinifera Saw-fly 

2540 Goodyera pubescens, /3 Goodyera, small, pubescent 

2055 discolor purple-leaved 

■2-2' 14 .\ rethusa bulbosa Arethusa, bulbous 

2097 Limodorum falcatum Limodorum, fragrant 

Calopoffou pulchella. H. K. et) ., ^ , 

Spr. (Limodor.tuberos.)* tuberous-rooted 

Neottia speciosa (Stenor-> XT ... . a , 

rhynchus. Spreng.) ...J Neottia ' red-flowered 

— orchioides (Stenor- > . , _ . 

rhynchus. Spreng.)... ] frosted-flowered 

— cernua(Spiranthes. Spr.) nodding- flowered 

— elata (Spiranthes. ) 

Spreng.)..^. ] taU 

Spreng!) . J 8 !!?"! 1 !! 8 ; . . \ spotted-leaved 

Ponthieva glandulosa. H. K.) , , , 

et Spr (Neottia glandul.) \ Sedulous 

Vanda Roxburghii Vanda, chequer-flowered 

Eulophia Guineensis Eulophia, Sierra Leone 

Cymbidium ensifolium Cymbidium, sword-leaved 

Chinense. H. K. et) 

Spreng. (Epidendrum > Epidendrum, Chinese 

Aloifolium (Epidend.) A1 , 

Aloides) \ Aloe-leaved 

Catasetum Tridentatum Catasetum, Trinidad 

Geodorum Citrinum Geodorum, Lemon-coloured 

Oncidium bifolium Oneidium, two-leaved 

flexuosum zig-zag 

~^zr..^y *■*-*-* ^-^ 

Brassia macuiata Brassia, spotted-flowered 

Cyrtopodium Andersonii Cyrtopodium, Anderson's 

Woodfordii ■ . Woodford's 

Gomesa recurva Gomesa, recurved 

"in (( vmliid i < ■ hidi mi • .irlet-flowered 

Epidendrum ciliare Epidendrum, fringed 

cochleatum purple-flowered 



Epidendmm frasjrans Epidendn 

N. B.— Fig. 152. (errore E. 
rorlikatum) delenda. 

Epidendrum umbellatum umbclled 

_ elongatum ....... long-stalked 

Dendrobium cucullatum Dendrobium, bonded 

Pierardi Pierard s 

Malaxis Liliifolia (Liparis. > Malaxi ^ Lily-leaved 

C.dantlu' v'-'ratritolia.'. .' Calanthe, Helebore-leaved 

Bletia Tankervillias Bletia, Lady Tankerville s 

verecunda (Liniodorum ) y modoruuij tall 

Hyacinthina. H. K. i 

et Spreng. (Cymbid. > Cymbidium, Hyacmtlune 

hyacinth.) J 

Brassavolea cucullata. H. K.i 

et Spreng. (Epidendr. > Epidendrum, hooded 

cucull.) * 

GYNANDRIA DIANDRIA. 

Cypripedium parviflorum Ladies'-slipper, yellow 

— spectabile. H. K. et) white-petaled 

Spreng. (album) S , 

— humile. H. K. et / two-leaved 

Spreng. (acaule) $ 

Stylidium tenuifolium (Cari-> St Udium> fi„ e -leaved 

cifolium. Spreng.).... S „ 
graminifolium Grass-leaved 

Chloranthus monostachys ..... Chloranthus, one-spiked 

GYNANDRIA HEXANDRIA. 

Aristolochia Sipho Birth-wort, broad-leaved 

tomentosa downy-leaved 

rfauca glaucous-leaved 

sempervirens evergreen 

MON(ECIA MONANDRIA. 

Calla aromatica (Zantedes- ) Call ^ aromat ic 
ehia. Spreng.) S 

MONCEC1A TRIANDRIA. 

Carax Fraseriana Cares, Fraser's 



MONCECIA TETRANDRIA. 

Japonica Aucuba, Japan 

rtica involucrata Nettle, imbosomed 

netted-leaved 

Pachysandra procumbens , Pachysandra, trailing 

MONCECIA PENTANDRIA. 

Luffa fcetida (Cucumis acuO T „ .. . . 
tangula. Spreng.) ....J L* stinkmg 

Schisandra coccinea Schisandra, scarlet-flowered 

ciosus Amaranthus, sbewy 

MONCECIA DECANDRIA. 

Coriaria, New Zealand 

MONCECIA POLYANDRIA. 

caudatum Burnet, smooth, shrubby 

Sinensis Arrow-head, Chinese 

" i:mr| t"li;'. ■ lance-leaved 

■ "£» da brittle-stalked 

Begonia discolor. H. K. et ) 

Spreng. (Begonia Evan-> Begonia, two-coloured 

siana) } 

im triphyllum, «, Zebri- > , 
num r t * \ > Arum, Zebra-flowered 

- tenuifolium Scorzonera-leaved 

~ s P irale spiral-flowered 

- Italicum Italian 

■ three-lobed 

- trilobatum, (3 auriculate, three-lobed 

- bulbiferum bulb-bearing 

- bulbiferum bulb-bearing 

adium Seguinum, . Caladium, Poisonous, or Dun 

Cane 
grandifolium large-leaved 

bicolor (Arum) Arum, two-coloured 

MONCECIA MONADELPHIA. 

Jatropha integerrima Jatropha, spicy 

-— — pandunefolia Physic-nut, fiddle-leaved 

Xylophylla latifolia (Phylan-> 



SYSTEMATICAL INDEX. 213 

Xylophylla montana (Phyl- > e ., T , 

lanthus. Spreng.) /...J Sea-side, Laurel, mountain 

Phyllanthus turbinatus Phyllanthus, shining-leaved 

Palma-Christi, or Castor-Oil 

Plant 

Anguina Snake Gourd 

tuberosa (cera-> m . , ., jt _. . 

tosanthes. Spreng-.) . . A Tncnosanthes ' tuberous-rooted 

Momordica Elaterium Cucumber, squirting 

charantia Momordica, tuberculated 

Bryonia quinquiloba Bryony, five-fingered Cape 

DKECIA TETRANDRIA. 

Broussonetia papyrifera Paper Mulberry-tree 

Feuillsea pedata Feuillsea, female pedate 

DKECIA PENTANDR1A. 

Pistacia Lentiscus Mastick-tree, common 

DKECIA HEXANDRIA. 

Smilax glauca Smilax, glaucous-leaved 

herbacea herbaceous 

Tamus Elephantipes Bryony, female Cape, or Ele- 

phant's-foot 

DKECIA DODECANDRIA. 

Menispermum Canadense Moonseed, Canadian 

DICECIA POLYANDRIA. 

Zamia furfuracea Zamia, broad-leaved 

integrifolia dwarf 

media intermediate 

pygnuea least 

pumila small-leaved 

DKECIA MONADELPHIA. 
Ruscus Hypophyllum Butcher's-broom, broad-leaved 



DIGECIA GYNANDRIA. 

Cluytia alaternoides Cluytia, narrow-leaved 

pulchella broad-leaved 

POLYGAMIA MON(ECIA. 

Veratrum vid. Hex. Trig. 
Musa vid. Pent. Monog. 
Ophioxylum serpentinum ..... Ophioxylum, three-leaved 

Desmanthus virgatus Desmanthus, long-twigged 

Acacia decipiens Acacia, paradoxical 

armata simple-leaved, prickly 

stricta (Mimosa) ..... Mimosa, twin-flowered 

diffusa Acacia, awl-leaved 

melanoxylon black-wooded 

Myrtifolia (mimosa) . . . Mimosa, Myrtle-leaved 

linifolia Acacia, Flax-leaved 

linearis linear-leaved 

longifolia, a long-leaved 

longifolia, Q thick-spiked,long-leaved 

verticillata (Mimosa) . . Mimosa, whorled-leaved 

lophantha Acacia, two-spiked 

nigricans unequal-winged 

-^SfTSS) ( .'::.| — *<— > M 

discolor two-coloured-leaved 

= pubescens (Mimosa) . . Mimosa, hairy-stemmed 

Rhapis flabelliformis, Ground-ratan, dwarf, male 

acaulis. H. K. (8a- j 

balAdansoni. Bot. Mag.S- Palmetto, Swamp or Dwarf Sabal 

S. minor. Spreng.) . ..} 
Chamaerops humilis Fan- Palm, dwarf 

POLYGAMIA DICECIA. 

linn Panax, five-leaved, or Ginseng 

trifolium. H. K. (P.)