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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 182 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 182
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Berkeley ----------  - Early day Gardens in California. The early Californians cult. what they could, and in lieu of other things used the native plants. They cultivated at an early date Brodiaea volubilis, cf. Powers, Aborig. Bot.    Also Baeccharis pilularis, Prunus ilicifolia, etc. There is a paper by Wickson in Pac. Rural Press, winter 1916-1917 which bears on this matter of early day gardening. Pinus radiata was early cult. - Apr. 1917. - Teratology. Pterospora andromeda. See a spm. coll. by Rowena Beavis [?] at Tahoe. Stem fasciated somewhat and the raceme forked!! ::::::::: 1917 -----  - Erythraea. I take as typical of E. muhlenbergii my Willow Creek-Hupa 2022 and Tracy 3798 S. Fork Eel. These are conspecific with Heller's Table Mt., Oroville, no. 10777 and my Table Mt., Tuolumne Co. no. 6426. Heller's no. is from near the type loc. of E. floribundum Benth. and is doubtless floribundum. If that isn't floribundum then I have no floribundum. As I see it now muhlenbergii runs as far s. as the Santa Cruz Mts. & Tuolumne Co.    Coming in at West Berkeley (also at Ft. Bragg, Mathews, maybe) and in the Santa Cruz Mts. (see also Pajaro Hills, Chandler no. 373) and south to San Luis is something quite different. It has larger flowers and
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