At first sight the interior of the cup will show the leaves scattered about apparently haphazard and with no arrangement; just a jumble of tea-leaves and nothing more. In reality they have come to their positions and have taken on the shapes ... Read more of GENERAL THEORIES IN READING THE CUP at Tea Leaf.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Pomaceae Apple Family




Trees or shrubs; leaves simple or pinnate, mostly alternate, with

stipules free from the leafstalk and usually soon falling; flowers

regular, perfect; calyx 5-lobed; calyx-tube adnate to ovary; petals 5,

inserted on the disk which lines the calyx-tube; stamens usually many,

distinct, inserted with the petals; carpels of the ovary 1-5, partially

or entirely united with each other; ovules 1-2 in each carpel; styles

1-5; fruit a fleshy pome, often berry-like or drupe-like, formed by

consolidation of the carpels with the calyx-tube.





PYRUS. MALUS. AMELANCHIER. CRATAEGUS.





=Pyrus Americana, DC.=



Sorbus Americana, Marsh.






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