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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 146 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 146
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West Branch San Pablo Creek  due to difference of development than any grove I have seen elsewhere, or any other species of oak. The shades were so marked and set against each other so sharply: dark green, light green (new leaf growth), gray (old frosted leaf growth), light yellow (flowers), pink (tinted young leaves), lavender (tinted young leaves). All in the full sunshine it was very beautiful.  - Calandrinia menziesii. Lot of it among cultivated Monterey Pine on summit Berkeley hills. One patch had ::::::::: April 4, 1908.  about 25 clear albinos in a place 15 ft. sq!  Miss Laura McDermott has received definite and also confirmatory information that this species is called "Kisses" at Vacaville.  Castilleia she says is called Indian Pink in Nevada, the yellow one called "Bread & Butter". They also have a flower called "Soda Crackers"  - The inheritance, traditions and sentiment of the English-speaking peoples demand certain flower-names for daily usage as part of
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