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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 18 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 31 page 18
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Niles (Cal. Nursery Co.). ----------  - Picea parryana, grafted plant, very blue. - Picea pallida -- Tiger Tail  Asiatic - Picea excelsa, a good deal of this used. - Thuja orientalis, ordinary form of the Chinese Arbor-Vitae.    Three or four hort. forms    1. Variegated    2. Ever-golden (aurea)    3. Round-branched    4. pendula These forms are so unlike that they might well be taken for distinct species :::::::::  Nov. 7, 1914 ----------  - Blue form of the Guadaloupe Cypress very remarkable. A large tree 40 ft. h. Stands near the lath-houses. - Sequoia gigantea, decurrent form, attracted the attention of the class very greatly. - Went to Niles, to Cal. Nursery Co. grounds, with Bot.104 -- twenty one strong. Also Professors Mulford, Pratt, Metcalfe, the new forestry men. J.P. Rixford came down with O.F. Cook & G.W. [?] Collins from Washington. They are seeking a suitable spot for Collins' corn experiments (U.S. Bur. Pl. Ind.).
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