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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 38 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 38
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Chaparral.  - A veritable Bohemia of plants, exclusive (by reason of the physical conditions), independent, extending welcome to none save those that have its armorial bearings (the structures for water conservation or at least restriction of transpiration), -- all these are welcome to Bohemia, if they can hide to large degree the kinship of the families to which they belong and become outcasts of the chaparral.    It sometimes is to be noticed that Manzanitas if found alone are gregarious, or if with other plants, then in company with larger trees. One rarely finds springs in chaparral country. In the Vaca    [continued on 1_37] ::::::::: Redwood Peak. Dec. 1894.  - Oakland Hills. With Walter Powell.  Hardy, Mrs. M.M., worked in the herbarium for Professor Greene, about 1893. She collected a set of plants for him in Placer Co. in 1893. She was one of a number of persons who collected at University expense in the years just preceding his departure East in order to make up as large an herbarium to take along as possible._ Mrs. Hardy's handwriting is seen on label of Lupinus Grayi Wats., her collection. Mrs. Hardy's daughter married Warren Gregory, grad. U.C. and lawyer.  - July 19, 1894. Calistoga, upper Napa Valley, that is the valley above Calistoga, Toll-house and 1st Summit of Mt. St. Helena. - July 20, 1894. St. Helena.  _ That is he carried away the duplicates. I am sure, however, that the original set was not complete. The state of Cal. set (Cal. Geol. Survey) was far from complete.
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