"Water-proof paper flower-pot May-basket." -Beard, 1906
This shows the axillary buds on a twig of Basswood, they are alternate like the leaves.
A flower-bud of the Poppy,casting its calyx.
Magnified cross-section of a flower-bud of the American Linden.
A section of a rose bud.
An undeveloped branch or flower.
Butternut branch, with accessory buds, the uppermost above the axil.
A sugar cane stem. A are buds or eyes, B are joints, C are nodes, D are internodes, and X are dots where…
This illustration shows the verticle section of the corm of cocus; a, new buds.
The American Linden in flower.
Forking ramification of Lilac.
This is the bud of a Horse-Chestnut. This will open and the leaves will push out.
Here is a shoot of the Horse chestnut with a large terminal bed, and with very conspicuous leaf scars,…
Here is a shoot of the Hickory with a large terminal bed, and with alternate leaf scars, and just above…
Pictured are the single, double, and triple buds and nectarine and peach.
Fruit of Nelumbo, (Gray, 1858).
This illustration shows the shortened types of stems: A, corm of jack-in-the-pulpit. At left surface…
The pistil of the American Linden.
The pistil of the American Linden, cut in two.
Eleven-celled pistil White Water-Lily, (Gray, 1858).
This shows the axillary buds on a twig of Red Maple, they are opposite like the leaves.
Red-Maple branch, with accessory buds placed side by side. The annular lines toward the base are scars…
"Use the entire blossom mingled with buds and green leaves, all short stemmed, not longer than three…
A tuft of stamens with the petal-like scale of the American Linden.
This illustration shows a verticle section of the bulb of te tulip, showing its stem (a) and buds (b,…
Flower and bud of White Water-Lily, (Gray, 1858).
"The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of…