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- 1.Miller’sFigures of Plants, Vol, ii. 1760.—“Some Persons have affirmed it” (Fr. ananasse) “was brought from Louisiana; others, that it came from Virginia; but I received some Plants of this Kind from a curious Gentleman of Amsterdam, who assured me they were brought from Surinam.” Cf. Duchesne,.Histoire Naturelle des Fraisiers, p. 190, Paris, 1766. Also J. Gay,Annales des Sciences Naturelles, viii. 1857, p. 204. Also Knight,Tr. Hort. Soc. iii. p. 207. None of these accept the Surinam theory of the “curious Gentleman.”Google Scholar
- 1.Keens remarked on Hautbois with a dioecious arrangement,Tr. Hort. Soc. ii. p. 393.Google Scholar
- 1.Knight mentions a seedling Hautbois x Alpine in which the fruit developed though no seed was formed.Tr. Hort Soc. v. 294Google Scholar
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