Iconography of Australian Species of Acacia and Cognate Genera (Classic Reprint)

Iconography of Australian Species of Acacia and Cognate Genera (Classic Reprint)[Read] ➪ Iconography of Australian Species of Acacia and Cognate Genera (Classic Reprint) Author Gesellschaft F Ur Schweizerische Kunstgeschichte – Tbjewellers.co.uk Excerpt from Iconography of Australian Species of Acacia and Cognate GeneraThrough the liberalityof the Victorian Government it became possible, to prepare in the Phytologic Department of Melbourne su Excerpt from Iconography of Australian Species eBook ¸ Australian Species of Acacia and Cognate GeneraThrough the liberalityof the Victorian Government Iconography of PDF/EPUB or it became possible, to prepare in the Phytologic Department of Melbourne successively several volumes, illustrative of some of Australian Species Kindle Ó portions of the Australian Flora Thus in earlier years appeared a series of lithograms in elucidation mainly of orders and genera of Victorian plants in later years an almost complete iconography of the Eucalypts of Australia became elaborated, and this was followed quite recently by Atlas of Myoporinous plants In a desire of continuing these pictorial issues it was deemed best, to devote the next volume to those native species of Acacia, of which hitherto no drawings had appeared anywhere As the genus Acacia is by far the largest in the Flora of this part of the globe, numbering thanwell marked specific forms, hardly one third of them hitherto illustrated anywhere, much difficulty was experienced by horticulturists and artisans, here as well as abroad, to identify with systematic accuracy any particular kinds of these plants, either cultivated for ornamental purposes or drawn into use for technic objects, so that a work like the present one seemed specially called for Moreover it appeared likely, that by offering additional means for naming any of the numerous Acacias of ours now known, they might become restored in European Conservatories to that favor, which they enjoyed so much in the earlier part of this century, when they were largely reared as the first harbingers of the spring, and were the objects of much admiration and delight for the profuseness of their owering or for the oddity of their fantastic foliage Since then various of the arborescent Acacias of Australia have attracted forestral attention very widely also in countries with mild climes on account of the celerity of their growth, or the technic importance of their wood, or the great value of their bark for the tanning industry, or the copious yield of mimosa gum, so that this vast genus of plants is now surrounded by a multifarious practical interest, alien to it when but comparatively few of the species were known and the significance of many for technology remained unascertained Indeed it may be readily foreseen, that through a publication, such as the present one, various branches of applied workmanship, including that of the seeds trade, will become promoted or benefitedAbout the PublisherForgotten books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooksThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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Iconography of Australian Species of Acacia and Cognate
    Iconography of Australian Species of Acacia and Cognate of orders and genera of Victorian plants in later years an almost complete iconography of the Eucalypts of Australia became elaborated, and this was followed quite recently by Atlas of Myoporinous plants In a desire of continuing these pictorial issues it was deemed best, to devote the next volume to those native species of Acacia, of which hitherto no drawings had appeared anywhere As the genus Acacia is by far the largest in the Flora of this part of the globe, numbering thanwell marked specific forms, hardly one third of them hitherto illustrated anywhere, much difficulty was experienced by horticulturists and artisans, here as well as abroad, to identify with systematic accuracy any particular kinds of these plants, either cultivated for ornamental purposes or drawn into use for technic objects, so that a work like the present one seemed specially called for Moreover it appeared likely, that by offering additional means for naming any of the numerous Acacias of ours now known, they might become restored in European Conservatories to that favor, which they enjoyed so much in the earlier part of this century, when they were largely reared as the first harbingers of the spring, and were the objects of much admiration and delight for the profuseness of their owering or for the oddity of their fantastic foliage Since then various of the arborescent Acacias of Australia have attracted forestral attention very widely also in countries with mild climes on account of the celerity of their growth, or the technic importance of their wood, or the great value of their bark for the tanning industry, or the copious yield of mimosa gum, so that this vast genus of plants is now surrounded by a multifarious practical interest, alien to it when but comparatively few of the species were known and the significance of many for technology remained unascertained Indeed it may be readily foreseen, that through a publication, such as the present one, various branches of applied workmanship, including that of the seeds trade, will become promoted or benefitedAbout the PublisherForgotten books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooksThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works."/>
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  • Iconography of Australian Species of Acacia and Cognate Genera (Classic Reprint)
  • Gesellschaft F Ur Schweizerische Kunstgeschichte
  • 12 October 2019
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