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|Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture|
Hamamelis virginiana, Linn. Fig. 1785. Shrub or small tree, attaining 25 ft.: lvs. oblique and cordate at the base, obovate, coarsely crenate, pubescent on the veins beneath, 4-6 in. long: petals bright yellow, ½ - ¾ in. long; calyx dull brownish yellow inside: fr. surrounded by the calyx to one-half. Sept., Oct. Canada to Fla., west to Neb. and Texas. Em. 472. S.S. 5:198. B.M. 6684. L.B.C.6:598. A.G. 11:657; 17:771; 44:657 (1890). Gn. 33, p. 589; 39, p. 547.
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