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" In 1838 Mr. Salter settled at Versailles, and, finding the climate suitable, imported many of the best known varieties from England, and set about their further improvement. In 1840 his collection of English, French and Jersey seedlings amounted to between... "
The Chrysanthemum: Its History, Culture, Classification, and Nomenclature - Page 10
by Frederick William Burbidge - 1884 - 102 pages
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The chrysanthemum; its history and culture

John Salter (F.R.H.S.) - 1865
...more than thirty with incurved florets or petals, and nearly all of these were obtained since 1830. In 1843 seedlings began to be raised in the Nursery at Versailles, and the first fruits of many succeeding years of labour were in 1844. Annie Salter, Madame Poggi, and Queen...
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The Chrysanthemum: Its Culture for Professional Growers and Amateurs; a ...

Arthur Herrington - Chrysanthemums - 1905 - 160 pages
...of these early Channel Island varieties were obtained by Mr. Chandler, then of the Tauxhall Xurserv. In 1838 Mr. Salter settled at Versailles, and, finding...seedlings began to be raised in the nursery at Versailles. The first public Chrysanthemum show for cut blooms was held at Stoke Xewington in 1846. To Mr. Fortune,...
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