qThe object of this volume is to present a systematic and descriptive account of the shrubs of California which will serve as a working manual for their identification by the forester, ranger, traveler, vacationist, teacher, landscape designer, gardener, and student of nature. While primarily planned for the use of the general public, the book has been written to serve also the professional botanist who is interested in the native shrubs of Californiaq--from Preface (page ix).Calif. Publ. Bot. 3:57 (1907). Linosyris teretifolia D. aamp; H. Type locality: aquot;All over the mountains around Tejon Valley, California.aquot; Collected ... Involucral bracts 13 to 17, in 5 vertical ranks, straw-colored, without a green apical spot. Flowers 5 to 8.
|Title||:||An Illustrated Manual of California Shrubs|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 1951|