Vascular Plants

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Miller, P. (28 January 1754), The Gardeners Dictionary abridged Edn. 4, 1 (Section) Miller, P. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Abutilon Mill.
  2. Acacia Mill.
  3. Acetosa Mill.
  4. Adhatoda Mill.
  5. Alchimilla Mill.
  6. Alkekengi Mill.
  7. Alnus Mill.
  8. Ananas Mill.
  9. Anil Mill.
  10. Arisarum Mill.
  11. Asteriscus Mill.
  12. Aurantium Tourn. ex Mill.
  13. Azedarach Mill.
  14. Boerhaavia Mill.
  15. Bonduc Mill.
  16. Borrago Mill.
  17. Cakile Mill.
  18. Calaba Mill.
  19. Calamintha Mill.
  20. Cassine L.
  21. Ceiba Mill.
  22. Cereus Mill.
  23. Chamaedrys Mill.
  24. Chamaemelum Mill.
  25. Cirsium Mill.
  26. Citreum Tourn. ex Mill.
  27. Colocynthis Mill.
  28. Corallodendron Mill.
  29. Cyanus Mill.
  30. Cydonia Mill.
  31. Damasonium Mill.
  32. Dodonaea Mill.
  33. Dorycnium Mill.
  34. Douglassia Mill.
  35. Elichrysum Mill.
  36. Eruca Mill.
  37. Fagopyrum Mill.
  38. Foeniculum Mill.
  39. Racosperma Mart. sect. Racosperma

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