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Walter Alexander Ironton Ohio (Lawrence Co.) O.R. WOOLMAN'S PLANT ANALYSIS W.P.A

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INDEX 1 Bluets 2 Saxifrage 3 Violet 4 Lilac Page 5 Columbine 6 Phlox 7 Larkspur 8 Solomon's Seal, 10 9 Cinquefoil 10 Pawpaw 8 11 Trillium S.T. 12 " G.D.F. 13 (Rhododendron) azalea 14 Ground Ivy 15 Speed well 16 wood Sorrell 17 Catch fly Pink 18 Speedwell 19 Pentstemon Figwort F. 20 Bleeding Heart 21 Stonecrop. 22 Rock Cress 23 Spring Beauty 24 Crowfoot 25 Hounds Tounge 26 Pale Violet 27 Locust tree 28 Carpet weed 29 Blue Bell 30 Star Grass 31 Jacobs Ladder 32 Wild Lily 33 Red Hounds Tounge 34 Mock-orange 35 Waterleaf 36 Corn Cockle 37 Vervain 38 False dragonhead 39 Dockmackie 40 Skullcap 41 Violet Wood Sorrel 42 Bellflower 43 Blue-Eyed Grass 44 Yellow Crowfoot 45 Hedge Hyssop 46 False Indigo 47 Drummond Phlox 48 Yellow lily 49 Catalpa 50 Greenbriar

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1. Monocotyledonous, Dicotyledonous or Fern type.: Monocotyledonous 2. Inflorescence: Solitary 3. Flowers a. Perfect or Imperfect. Why ?: Perfect has Stamens, Pistils b. Complete or Incomplete. Why?: Complete has all the parts c. Regular or Irregular. Why: Regular parts of each sort alike 4. Calyx a. No. of Sepals. Free or Connate?: 4 lobed b. Superior or Inferior?: Free c. Shape, Length and Color of?: Parted Green 5. Corolla a. No. of Petals. Free or Connate?: 4 lobed b. To what Attached?: [crossed out] Receptacle [end crossed out] Ovary c. Shape, Length and Color of Petals?: Oblong d. Praefoliation, {Valvate, Involute, Convolute, etc.,: 6. Stamens a. No. Distinct or United?: 4 distinct b. Insertion of {On Calyx or Corolla " Receptacle, " Ovary,: Ovary c. Relation to Each Other?: Tree d. Anthers, {Position, Attachment, Dehiscence,: omit 7. Pistil a. Simple or Compound? Why?: Compound more than 1 cell b. No. of Carples. Placentation: Wall c. Ovules {Number Position Kind: Many " d. Fertilization {Self, Wind, Insect: Self 8. Fruit a. Kind {Berry, Pome, Drupe, etc.: Pod b. Structure {Simple, Multiple,: Simple c. From what Formed?: Ovary 9. Leaves a. Simple or Compound, form of?: Simple Oblong b. Use: 10. Roots and Rootstock a. Manner of Growth {Tuber, Corymb, Bulb,: b. Use {Absorption, Anchor, Store House: c. Duration {Annual, Biennial, Perennial,: Leaves.: Cross Section of Ovary.: Stamen.: Plan of Flower.: Order: Rubiacaeae Genus: Houstonia Species: Bluets Scientific Name: Common Name: Habitat: Fields Locality: S. Ohio Date: 18 Apr 189_: 1897

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