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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
horticultural, raised, living or bred in [botanical or horticultural] gardens: hortensis,-e (adj.B), q.v.; contrasted with sylvestris,-e (adj.B), ‘wild;’ may also indicate deliberate hybridization;

- var. hortensis, = horticultural; var. sylvestris, = wild, native, natural.

- sunt variationes hortenses parum notabiles, var. gynantherus, antheris nempe in carpella mutatis (DeCandolle), there are somewhat notable horticultural variations: var. gynantherus, with the anthers, of course, altered into carpels.

- specim. sylvestre videtur vix palmare demissnm, hortense erectum 2-3-pedale (DeCandolle), a native specimen seen low-lying, scarcely 3 inches, a horticultural [specimen] erect, 2-3-feet.

- folia ex L'her. mss. ficta, aut var. hortensis (DeCandolle), the leaves according to a L’her. manuscript is fabricated, or it is a horticultural variety.

- hybrida hortensis progenies sed parentes ign. (DeCandolle), a hybrid horticultural progeny but the parents unknown..

- progenies hortensis sed parentes ign. et affinitas dubia (DeCandolle), the progeny horticultural but the parents unknown and the relationship is doubtful.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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