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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 180 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 180
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Oakland.  - Dr. Hackett [Hachett?] says: About 8 miles above Boulder Creek on "China Grade" I found 3 or 4 miles of Foxglove, great patches of it here and there, pink flowers, white flowers, the latter especially in shade near springs  Pescadero country a great country! Fine country! Great lot of Redwood in there still, fine timber. Plenty of Douglas Fir mixed with it. Scattered Redwood as far north as Palo Alto. Great show of wild flowers in the lower country near ocean -- Asters and Goldenrod in great show in October. (- July, 08) ::::::::: Berkeley, Aug. 08  - Trichostemma oblongum. 4 miles east of Toll House, Mt. St. Helena, July 25, 1908., fide W.W. Carruth.  - Bigelow, J.M., for places visited in Sierras see Pac. R. Rep. 4, 21. ---------- - Redwood, bark, used ground for shipping grapes east in cold storage. Works better than cork used in shipments from Spain. U.S.D.A. bulletin on it. Stubenrauch [?] hs something to do with it. -- Apr. 17, 1909.
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