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Showing Correa x harrisii
Text: "It is one of the products of a quantity of seeds gathered from an intermixture of the sexual organs of C. pulchella and C. speciosa, by Mr. D. Beaton, gardener to T. Harris, Esq., Kingsbury, and was obtained and germinated at a previous situation in Herefordshire;"
APC Comment: A name of uncertain application.