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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 122 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 122
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Berkeley ----------  - Manzanita. Carl Purdy says he "has succeeded admirably in transplanting Manzanita"  Young plants 1/2 to 2 ft. h. Lose very few. "Madrone very difficult, lose 4/5, but not so with Manzanita which I am using freely in garden work. Also using Ceanothus, especially integerrimus which I consider very fine".      Manzanita seedlings may be found in quantity in any burn two years after a fire or in any cutover land. It doesn't make any difference. But they won't come up under old trees. Now Ceanothus is ::::::::: 28 May 1913. ----------  like and is different from Manzanita. Ceanothus comes up as seedlings on burns but not on cutover lands.    I once saw yellow Brodiaea ida-maia on a hillside east of Eureka, all yellow!    All the poppies can best be propagated by root-cuttings: Oriental Poppy, chop up fine like salad; Romneya, ? -- yes, I've done it; and I believe you can do it with Meconopsis. I am sure you can". -- C.P.  - Lyon, W.S. Calif. Collector. Cf. Sargent, Silva, 4:133.
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