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" In winter, the plants mould be placed in the grecn-houfe, " for they are too tender to live abroad in England ; but they " fhould have as much free air as poflible in mild weather, as " they only require to be proteQed from f roil; and after the leaves... "
The Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed: In which the Most ... - Page 421
by William Curtis - 1797
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The Botanist's and Gardener's New Dictionary: Containing the Names, Classes ...

James Wheeler - Botany - 1763 - 480 pages
...wholly expofed, and remain abroad till November, when it will be proper to take them into flicker, but they fhould have as much free air as poflible in mild weather. In the fpring following, before the plants begin to moot, they fhould be transplanted into a flurfery,...
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign ..., Volume 2

James Burnett - Botany - 1836
...leaves, and are of a bright purple colour. In winter, the plants should be placed in the greenhouse, for they are too tender to live abroad in England ; but they should have as much tree air as possible in mild weather, as they only require to be protected from...
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