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Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 150 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 26 page 150
San Bernardino, 8 Nov. 1912. ---------- - Adenostoma fasciculatum. Chamise-covered hills a great feature between Beaumont and the San Bernardino valley. Pure stand. - San Bernardino is a growing, very clean and very attractive city. Its business section is rather suprising to me, in its extent and the character of its buildings. - Sweet Potatoes, production at Yuma: 1/2 acre = 7400 lbs! cf. Univ. Ariz. Agr. Exp. Sta. Timely Hints, no. 86. ---------- - Mesquite. Cf. art. by S.J. Holsinger, The Forester, vol. 8, p. 447. ---------- - William Murray. See mss sketch of his life by his daughter in litt., Letter File, 1912. ::::::::: Vacaville, 10 Nov. 1912 ---------- - Eschscholtzia californica. There have been heavy rains and the flowering, while rather scant now, is mostly golden yellow with yellow, or only a little yellow tips. Perhaps the color could be controlled by the use of water or proper irrigation. ---------- Berkeley Hills, Nov. 23. No. 5298. Baccharis pilularis. Grows on both north and south slopes, but prefers northerly slopes or hollows. Mostly 3 or 4 ft. high, sometimes 5 ft. Top of Berkeley Hills, and all way down to Bancroft Way and Piedmont & Warring where there were formerly extensive colonies, & indeed a few of the original plants persist still.
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