These species, like most cultivated plants, have seedlings which vary in form and color, some much finer than others. ... The flowers, on stems three feet high, all face one way, and are generally of a fine red ; but a new variety has sprung up in our borders of a flesh color. .... be understood to say that the inseca#39;. referred to by us belongs to the genus Lymax; but merely that the true Slug or naked Snail does .
|Title||:||The New Genesee Farmer and Gardener's Journal|
|Author||:||John J. Thomas, M. B. Bateham|