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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 138 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 138
Perth, Scotland [Sept. 8, 1905]  in the 35th year of his age Endowed with an acute and vigorous mind which he improved by diligent study this eminent botanist uniformly exemplified in his conduct those Christian virtues which invested his character with a higher and more imperishable distinction than he justly acquired by his well-earned reputation for scientific knowledge a dutiful son a kind and affectionate brother a sincere friend he secured by the rectitude of his moral and religious principles not less than by the benevolence of his disposition the esteem and regard of all who knew his worth. ::::::::: [Perth, Scotland] Sept. 8, 1905  (reverse Inscription)  The following are a few of the numerous trees and shrubs and ornamental plants introduced by Douglas. Trees. Acer circinatum  Pinus Lambertiana  Acer macrophyllum  Pinus ponderosa Amelanchier florida  Pinus nobilis Arbutus procera  Pinus amabilis Crataegus Douglasii  Pinus Menziesii Pinus Douglasii  Shrubs Berberis Aquifolium  Ribes sanguineum Berberis glumacea  Ribes speciosum Garrya elliptica  Rubus spectabilis Gaultheria Shallon  Annual, Biennial and Perennials Clarkia pulchella  Gilia tricolor Clintonia elegans  Nemophila insignis
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