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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 156 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 156
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Berkeley No. 4154. Rhus diversiloba Strawberry Ca_on, July 27, '10 No. 4155. Sambucus glauca. Trees in Strawberry very heavy with fruit.  The dense bloom is white rather than blue and is black beneath the bloom.  Strawberry Ca_on, July 27. - Cupressus sargentii (?). Six miles north of Fairfax on the Little Carson Creek grows a bunch of cypress.  Go to top and over a gap to a rolling plateau beyond - the cypress is on the plateau. - A. H. Allen, June, '10. :::::::::  July 1910. - M. C. Richter says: "Buckwheat, Dwarf" is a name for a scrub plant 6 - 12 in. h., white and pink fuzzy bloom at San Diego, Sept. - Nov. Rhus diversiloba, a bee plant, the honey from it is of very good grade and carries no poison.  Sold on a commercial scale. - Pinus ponderosa seed from Mt Shasta, Forest Service, cots = 9, 10, 9,9,8. - Bot. Gard. seedlings. - Calycadenia hispida Greene Atwater, Kern Co, Sept. 20, 1881, Greene in Cal. Acad. Hb.  Also Tehachapi, Kern Co. K. C. Sept. '83 - Noted by W. L. J.
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