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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Rhamnella (referring to its close affinity to Rhamnus). Rhamnaceae. About 6 species in E. Asia. Deciduous shrubs or small trees: lvs. alternate, stipulate, serrulate: fls. small, green, in axillary clusters; sepals, petals, and stamens 5; ovary incompletely 2-celled: fr. a black drupe with a 1-seeded stone. In habit resembling Rhamnus, but in fls. and frs. more like Berchemia. Only the following species is in cult.; it seems somewhat tender and has no particular ornamental qualities; cult, and prop, like rhamnus. R. franguloides, Weberbauer (R. japonica, Miq. Micro- rhamnus franguloldes, Maxim.). Small tree, to 30 ft.: lvs. ovate-oblong, acuminate, finely serrulate, with 5-10 pairs of veins, glabrous except on the veins beneath, 2-5 in. long: fls. in 5-15-fld. clusters: fr. cylindric- oblong, black, 1/3in. long. Japan, Korea, E. China. S.I.F. 2:48. Alfred Rehder.

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