10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WEYMOUTH PINE»
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Remarks on Forest Scenery, & Other Woodland Views
The Weymouth Pine has very little picturesque beauty to recommend it. It is
admired for its polished bark. The painter's eye pays little attention to so trivial a
circumstance, even when the tree is considered as a single object. Nay, its
Arboretum et fruticetum britannicum: or, The trees and ...
The pine and fir tribe do not, in general, succeed so well when transplanted as
the broad-leaved trees; for which reason, most of the sorts planted for ornament,
such as the cedar, stone pine, Weymouth pine, Siberian pine, &c, should always
John Claudius Loudon, 1838
Arboretum et fruticetum Britannicum; or, The trees and ...
2280 The Strobus, or Weymouth, Pine. V.foliis qu\nis, Ac, Gron. P. canadensis
quinquefolia Du Ham. P. virginidna Pluk. Ldru canadensis Tourn. New England
Pine, White Pine, Pumpkin Pine, Apple Pine, Sapling Pine, Amer. Pin du Lord,
John Claudius Loudon, 1838
The Weymouth Pine, (Pinus strobus, Linnaeus.) THE WEYMOUTH PINE. —
WHITE PINK Of COMMERCE. This beautiful species of Pine, so well known for
many years past as the Weymouth Pine of our shrubberies, appears to have
The Botanic Annual, Or, Familiar Illustrations of the ...
With Notices of the Way in which They are Affected by Climate and Seasons : and
a Short Sketch of Coniferæ Robert Mudie. WEYMOUTH PINE. 357 Pinus Strobus.
— Weymouth Pine. Perhaps the most handsome and valuable of all the pines ...
Sylvan sketches; or, A companion to the park and the ...
The Weymouth Pine, Pinns strobus, called in North America, its native country,
the White Pine tree, is one of the tallest species, often attaining the height of an
hundred feet in its native soil. The bark, especially when young, is very smooth
Elizabeth Kent (botanist.), 1825
south of France. In Switzerland it is frequently cut into shingles for the roofs of
houses; in the south of France, the young trees are cut for stakes to support vines.
The Weymouth Pine, Pinus strobus, called in North America, its native country,
Pinetum Woburnense; Or, A Catalogue of Coniferous Plants, in ...
Weymouth Pine. P. strobus. P. strobus. P. strobus. P. Canadensis quinguefolia. P.
Viryiniana. P. larix Canadensis. P. strobus. Lamb. Pin. t. cccxxv. Linn. Sp. PI.
1419. Marsh. Arbor. Amer. 101. Duhajiel. Arbor, vol. ii. p. 127, n. 19. PujK. Aim.
Engineering Geology and the Environment:
and European larch (Larix europaea L.), then Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga
menziesii Mirbel Franco), Scots pine (Pinus silvestris L.), Weymouth pine (Pinus
strobus L.), birch (Betula pendula Roth) and finally Austrian pine (Pinus nigra Arn
Handbook on Mushroom Cultivation and Processing (with ...
Among the European species it is the Cembran Pine (Pinus cembra), among the
North American species the Weymouth Pine (Pinus strobus), much planted and
cultivated in woods and parks. It is worth noting that under Weymouth Pines it ...
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