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" Stem leafed, downy ; branches upright , leaves alternate, petioled, rarely slightly downy on the edges ; flowers axillary, single, inodorous; peduncles very long ; petals purple and yellow, reverse heartshape. "
A Natural Arrangement of British Plants: According to Their Relations to ... - Page 667
by Samuel Frederick Gray - 1821
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A popular description of the indigenous plants of Lanarkshire: with an ...

William Patrick - 1832 - 399 lehte
...the Clyde at Ross, entrance to Bothwell haugh &c. Stems angular, branched, diffuse, leaved, downy. Leaves alternate petioled, rarely slightly downy on...— peduncles very long — petals purple and yellow (but varying much) reverse heart shaped, twice as long as the calyx. A favourite flower with many names,...
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