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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 148 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 148
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Berkeley, 1908  their mental satisfaction and spiritual pabulum. These names appeal to the imaginations of the people, as:  Blue Bells [of Scotland] applied to Lupine! in Nev.  Holly applied to Christmas Berry.  For-get-me-not -- applied to Allocarya & Cryptanthe.  Cowslip, applied to Oenothera ovata, etc.  Johnny-Jump-up -- applied to Dodecatheon, Viola, etc. ---------- - J.W. Congdon, author of a school flora (illus). for the northern U.S.? or New England. See copy in Library of Herbarium. Pub. 1856. He must have been older by far than he looked when visiting Berkeley a few years ago. ::::::::: St. Helena, May 23, 1908.  No 3006. Clarkia concinna Greene. Inside lower 1/2 sepals colored similarly to petal bases (red & white) -- upper half sepals inside dark red (maroon red?). Hills e. of St. Helena. No. 3007. Sanguisorba minor Scop. Sunkler [?] says he first noticed this in his hill pasture east of St. Helena (Hyde place) 7 years ago. Pasture very dry & barren of green in summer and no herbage. Cows cropped this plant, calling his attention to it. He paid especial attention to it because he had never seen its like before in the hills and it was new to him. He thinks
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