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" ... situation should be chosen, till they at last occupy a tolerably exposed locality. They should always be kept planted as deep as the top of the crate. At the close of the second season they will be in a suitable condition to be planted in their permanent... "
Practical Hints on Planting Ornamental Trees: With Particular Reference to ... - Page 9
by John Standish (Nurseryman.), Charles Noble (Nurseryman) - 1852 - 200 pages
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Practical Hints on Planting Ornamental Trees, with Particular Reference to ...

J. Standish, Charles Noble - 1852 - 200 pages
...ordinary mode of potting. At first they should be placed in sheltered situations, but removal sbould take place twice a-year, in spring and autumn ; and...be obtained where every other means have failed. It ia also an excellent system to employ crates for preparing trees intended for removal, even to favourable...
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The book of the garden, Volume 2

Charles McIntosh - Gardening - 1855
...season they will be in a suitable condition to be placed in their permanent places. They need not bo removed from their crates, as they will be quite rotten...be obtained where every other means have failed." The practice of growing plants in coarse baskets for a time before removal has long been in use. The...
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