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Pictured are the bottom and top views of a blue pearmain apple.
The Calville Blanche Apple is best used for desserts. This apple is one of the larger varieties. This…
Pictured are the conical (left) and ovoid (right) forms of the apple. These are the typical forms of…
The Court Pendu Plat apple is used is desserts and other cooking purposes. This apple can be found November…
An illustration of an early York apple.
Pictured are the top and bottom views of an esopus apple. It also known as the spitzenberg apple.
Pictured are the flower cluster and the leaf cluster of an apple tree.
Pictured are the oblate (left) and spherical (right) forms of apple.
Pictured are the top and bottom views of a gano apple.
Pictured are the bottom and top views of a grimes apple.
A young apple blossom beginning to grow, almost too late to spray for coddling moth.
A description of how an apple grows from a flower.
Pictured are the bottom and top views of a Hubbardston apple.
Pictured are two examples of lady apples. They are a small dessert apple.
Pictured are the top and bottom views of a northern spy apple.
Pictured is a four feet tall Northern Spy Monument. The tablet reads "The original northern spy apple…
Illustration of a red Canadian apple.
Illustration of a cross section of a red Canadian apple.
The Reinette Du Canada apple is used as a dessert apple. The skin is a greenish-yellow and brown color.…
The Reinette Grise apple is a dessert apple. The apple has a sugary flavor. It can be found November…
Pictured are the top and bottom views of a Rhode Island greening apple.
Pictured are the bottom and top views of a Rome beauty apple.
Pictured are the bottom and top views of a stayman apple. It is also known as the winesap apple.
Pictured is the first tablet in New York state in memory of any apple. The tablet was erected in the…
Pictured is a Tompkins King apple. It is the flat or oblate American apple.
Pictured are the top and bottom views of a wealthy apple.
Illustration of a cross section of a westfield seek-no-further apple.
Illustration of a westfield seek-no-further apple.
The worm of the codling moth eating and burrowing through an apple.
"Section of wormy apple; a, codling moth; b, cocoon." — Goff, 1904
Pictured are the top and bottom views of a Yellow Newtown apple.
Pictured are the top and bottom views of a York Imperial apple.
The blossom of the well-known apple tree.
Shoot with its leaves 5-ranked, the sixth leaf over the first; as in the Apple-tree.
Two apples. One is whole and the other is split in half.
Two apples. One is cut in half on the plate, beside the knife. The other is still whole.
Two Jonathan apples
Two Pewaukee apples
Illustrated are good exhibition plates of apples.
A bunch of Seckel apples
Two Wagner apples
"Apricot (Prunus Armeniaca)."-Whitney, 1902
Pictured is a characteristic branch of apricot. The fruit grows close together, appearing to be in clusters.
The fruit buds of the apricot are borne beside the leaf-bud and also on spurs. This is similar to the…
Pictured are good apricot fruits. Apricots are considered as a dessert or fancy fruit.
Illustration of a hemskirke apricot.
Pictured are young apricots shedding the ring. This happens as the fruit begins to swell.
"Aptandra Spruceana. 1. an expanded flower; 2. a petal; 3. tube of stamens, with 4 petaloid glands at…
"Aquilaria Agallochum. 1. a flower; 2. the same split open; 3. a section of the ovary." -Lindley, 1853
A group of trees or shrubs native to North America and Europe.
A genus of the plant family Araliaceae, consisting of about 30 species of deciduous and evergreen trees…
The common name of Aralia chinensis is Chinese Angelica Tree. The tree grows forty feet tall. The leaves…
Araucaria bidwillii is rather narrow in growth. The branches are simple and the leaves grow in two rows.
The araucaria excelsa is commonly known as the Norfolk Island Pine. The leaves are sharply pointed,…
The common name of Araucaria excelsa is Norfolk Island Pine. The plant is light green and has curved,…
The common name of Araucaria excelsa is Norfolk Island Pine. Pictured is a unsymmetrical tree grown…
The common name of Araucaria excelsa is Norfolk Island Pine. Pictured is a poor specimen. It is a poor…
The common name of Araucaria excelsa is Norfolk Island Pine. The branches resemble fronds.
Araucaria Imbricata is commonly known as the Monkey Puzzle. This tree grows between fifty and one hundred…
The common name of Araucaria imbricata is monkey puzzle. The tree has a pyramid shaped habit of growth.…