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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture
Ostryopsis (meaning Ostrya-like). Belvlaceae. A. shrub most nearly related to Ostrya, but frs. tightly inclosed by the 3-parted involucre collected into slender-stalked heads or short racemes: anthers and filaments not divided. In habit and foliage it resembles Corylus. The only species is O. Davidiana, Decne. Low shrub: winter-buds obtuse: Lvs. ovate, doubly serrate and slightly lobed, pubescent beneath, 1 ½-2 in. long: involucre narrowed above the nutlet, ½ in. long. N. and W. China, Mongolia. L.I. 3.—Has proved hardy at the Arnold Arboretum. Cult, and prop, like ostrya or corylus.
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