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Fothergilla






FOTHERGILLA ALNIFOLIA.--North Eastern America, 1765. This is an

ungainly habited shrub, of dwarf growth, the branches being somewhat

slender and crooked. The flowers are white, sweetly scented, and

produced in dense terminal spikes. It is perfectly hardy.






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