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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 128 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 128
San Bernardino ----------  60 feet high in streets of San Bernardino were very twiggy in the main branches and presented a singular appearance. - Phoenix canariensis. Trees had their foliage killed or badly injured, but they will gradually recover and the damage will disappear in a year or do doubtless. - I saw a Eucalyptus viminalis at Ontario, 80 ft. high, that was not injured. - Orange. Whole orchards of young trees killed but mainly sprouting from the roots. Great quantities of dead wood being taken from old trees. Many orchards being cleared out, but usually the orchardists are simply taking out dead wood. ::::::::: May, 1913. ----------  - At San Bernardino I stopped at the Hotel Augustine but was much entertained by the Parishes. Had not seen Parish in twelve years! but found him as genial and amiable as ever. He and Mrs. Parish live in the same simple style on their farm. The house is the same rambling cottage affair, at this time with a lawn of flowering Yerba Mansa in front of it, like a small field of Anemones.    Parish took me up Waterman Canon behind San Bernardino on a day's botanizing. Another day we went to call on Prof. Spaulding (U. of Mich.) who is an invalid at La Loma. Then we took a three-day trip up the east end of San Bernardino Valley, through Parry's old botanizing ground, to Mill Creek; up Mill Creek to Forest Home and Snow Creek (See pages 109, 110, supra.)
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