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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 68 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 68
Ord Mt. 4954 fr. = summit ever say the poppy flowers in June, that only one plant grows in a  place and that he has  seen it in only two different years since he has been here.  He describes  the flowers as the equivalent of three inches broad I should say.  Willet's calling Phacelia whitlowia "Blue Fuschia" helped to confirm me in the belief  that he didn't know  a  poppy but so far the joike is not on Willets.  No.5929. = Eriastrum eremicum (Jeps.) Mason  Gilia virgata Stend. var floccosa Millikin = Hugelia eremica Jepson! No. 5930 Delphinium parishii Gray Cor. lavender blue.  Common. Lit by the sun, the stalks shine in the evening air on the slopes of Ord. :::::::::  10 May 1914. - W. H. smith (Doc. Smith of previous pages) says: "Fan-cactus (no. 5919) with rose-red flowers best remedy for snake bite you ever see.  Throw the slabs  in the fire until  the spines are burnt off and bind on hot.  Very drawing.  Cook the slabs in an oven until  hot, not burned, and make a soft  lather and bleach tanned hands and face.  Why I believe that thing would  make a n. white."  Barrel cactus (no. 5927) has an insignificant yellow flower, very seldom in flower, the best plant to save you from thirst on the desert; chew the pulp.  One of them contains an awful lot of water.  Yes the other
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