On the Cultivation of the Plants Belonging to the Natural Order of ProteēŠ: With Their Generic as Well as Specific Characters and Places where They Grow Wild

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W. Savage, Printer, 1809 - Proteaceae - 127 pages

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Page vi - Perhaps few works have greater claims to originality than the present, not a single line being copied from any other.
Page 70 - Clap ham.' when it first flowered without any simple leaves ; the following year it produced both 2-pinnatifid and spatulated leaves, and in 1807, the leaves on the same plant, except a few 3-fidones, were all spatulated.
Page 50 - NIVEN, and is already common in our collections, growing freely from cuttings, and thriving in almost any soil.
Page 126 - It is not easily propagated except by seeds, which should be sown soon after they are ripe, for it seldom sends out any branches till it flowers, and then only 2 or 3 immediately under the spike.

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