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In 1886, Kizo Tamari, a Japanese commissioner to this country, says, "Our onions do not have large, globular bulbs. " In addition to the forms mentioned above, are the top onion and the potato onion. The onion is described in many colors, such as white, dull white, silvery white, pearly white, yellowishgreen, coppery-yellow, salmon-yellow, greenish-yellow, bright yellow, pale salmon, salmon-pink, coppery-pink, chamois, red, bright red, blood-red, dark red, purplish. But few of our modem forms are noticed in the early botanies.
Agrimonia eupatoria Linn. Rosaceae. AGRIMONY. COCKLEBUR. LIVERWORT. STICKLEWORT. North temperate regions. The dried leaves are used by country people as a sort of tea but probably only for medicinal qualities. Agriophyllum gobicum Bunge. Chenopodiaceae. Siberia. The seeds are used as food. Agropyron repens Beauv. Gramineae. QUACK GRASS. Temperate regions. com Withering states that bread has been made from its roots in times of want. Ailanthus glandulosa Desf. Simarubeae. TREE OF HEAVEN. VARNISH TREE.
1644. Caepe sive Cepa rubra el alba. Bauhin, J. 2: 549. 1651. Geant de Rocca. Vilm. 387. 1883. Mammoth Pompeii. American Seedsmen. Golden Queen. American Seedsmen. Paris Silverskin. American Seedsmen. Silver White Etna. American Seedsmen. The difference at first sight between the crude figure of Fuchsius and the modern varieties is great, but ordinary experience indicates that the changes are no greater than can be observed under selection. II. Bulb round at bottom, tapering towards stem. Zwiblen.