4 edition of The Ferns Of The Axe And Its Tributaries found in the catalog.
June 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
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Edwards, Zachary James. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. London:Hamilton, Adams and Co., EditionBook Edition: Enlarged Edition.
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The Book of Choice Ferns: For the Garden, Conservatory, and Stove: Describing and Giving Explicit Cultural Directions for the Best and Most Striking Ferns and Selaginellas in Cultivation.
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The Book of the Axe; Containing a Piscatorial Description of That Stream and Historical Sketches of All the Parishes and Remarkable Places upon Its Banks, with Nearly One Hundred Illustrations and a Map. by Pulman, George P.R. [Philip Rigney] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In the Reverend Zachary Edwards published The Ferns of the Axe and its Tributaries, and the eccentric antiquary Peter Orlando Hutchinson produced The Ferns of Sidmouth Illustrated With Impressions of the Ferns Themselves.
But the writer who did the most to advertise the ferny charms of Devon was Francis George Heath. We may consider this book as a fairly complete summary of Alaska, in most of its aspects. On the Yukon tributaries the mission gasoline launch, Pelican, with the author standing for hours at the wheel while she slowly grinds up stream is the sight-seeing craft which moves through scenery and among sparsely scattered peoples whose respective beauty and strangeness are here interestingly Seller Rating: % positive.
Cambridge Core - Plant Sciences - Fern Ecology - edited by Klaus Mehltreter. Plant these delicate, medium-sized ferns in mixed borders to show off their feathery fronds. Autumn ferns (D.
erythrosora) are one of the few ferns with seasonal color variation and their fronds change from pale gold and pink in spring to green in summer and rusty copper in ferns spread by underground stems to form swaths in garden beds.
A few ferns, such as Enterosora (Polypodiaceae) have a spongy mesophyll throughout, but this is rare among ferns (Moran, pers. obs.). One exception to a mature bifacial leaf is Pilularia (Marsileaceae, water ferns), whose leaves are terete and unifacial.
Its blade-less leaf is interpreted as a petiole that has lost its apical pinnae (Eames, ).Cited by: On the full size axe the letters "QR" are welded on to both sides on the axe and I beleive it stands for Queensland Railways (Queensland is a state in Australia).
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