A Synopsis of the British Flora: Arranged According to the Natural Orders : Containing Vasculares, Or Flowering Plants
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1835 - Botany - 376 pages
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1-celled 5-cleft acute alternate Annual anthers apex August awned axillary base beneath Bracteas branched Calyx Capsule cells Clusters Common compressed Corolla cylindrical deciduous disk distinct ditches downy elliptical embryo entire equal erect fields flat fleshy Florets Flowers Fruit glands Glumes ground hairy Heads hedges Herbaceous plants Hudson hypogynous imbricated inserted Involucrum July June keeled lateral Leaflets leafy Leaves Leaves ovate limb linear Linn lobes longer margin meadows membranous minute moist mountains naked nearly numerous oblong obovate obtuse opposite Order Ovarium Ovary ovate Panicle pastures Perennial Petals placenta places radical rare ribbed ridges Root roundish sandy scales Seeds segments Sepals serrated sessile Sheaths short shorter Shrub sides simple single slightly Smith smooth solitary sometimes Spikelets Spikes spreading stalked Stamens Stem Stigmas Stipules straight Style superior taper teeth terminal thickets toothed Tree tube unequal upper usually valves waste ground whorl Willd woods
Page 194 - July, August. 3. O. minor Smith. EB 6. 422. Stem simple. 'Corolla nearly cylindrical ; lower lip with curled segments, the middle one largest and lobed. Stamens fringed. Style smooth. Smith. In clover fields. — Annual ? July, August. '4. O. rubra Smith. EB 25.