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" ... and as the plant is showy when there is a scarcity of bloom in a house, they ought always to be shown in pots only, and the merits of the plant be taken into account quite as much as that of the bloom, and as such we shall notice both. 1. The plant... "
The Chrysanthemum: Its History, Culture, Classification, and Nomenclature - Page 19
by Frederick William Burbidge - 1884 - 102 pages
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The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste, Volume 3

Gardening - 1849
...the plant be taken into account quite as much as that of the bloom, and as such we shall notice both. 1. The plant should be dwarf, shrubby, well covered with green foliage to the bot174 THE CHRYSANTHEMUM, AND ITS CULTURE. torn, the leaves broad and bright, the flowers well displayed...
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The standard of perfection for the properties of flowers and plants

George Glenny - 1847
...the plant be taken into account quite as much as that of the bloom, and as such we shall notice both. 1. The plant should be dwarf, shrubby, well covered...and bright, the flowers well displayed at the end of each branch, come in abundant quantity, and be well supported by the stems. 2. The flower shoul3 be...
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Annals of Horticulture, Volume 4

Floriculture - 1849
...the plant be taken into account quite as much as that of the bloom, and as such we shall notice both. 1. The plant should be dwarf, shrubby, well covered...and bright, the flowers well displayed at the end of each branch, come in abundant quantity, and be well supported by the stems. 2. The flower should be...
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The Gardeners' Magazine of Botany, Horticulture, Floriculture ..., Volumes 1-2

Floriculture - 1850
...CHRYSANTHEMUM. 1. The plant should be dwarf, shrubby, well covered with green foliage to thebottom, the leaves broad and bright, the flowers well displayed at the end of each branch, produced in abundant quantity, and well supported by the stems. 2. The flower should be...
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The Gardeners' Magazine of Botany, Horticulture, Floriculture ..., Volumes 1-2

Floriculture - 1850
...quilled sorts arc not showable except on the plant in collection. PROPERTIES OF THE CHRYSANTHEMUM. 1. The plant should be dwarf, shrubby, well covered with green foliage to thebottom, the leaves broad and bright, the flowers well displayed at the end of each branch, produced...
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The garden manual; or, Practical instructions for the cultivation of all ...

Garden manual, George William Johnson - 1861
...them in the same way. CHRYSANTHEMUM. The characteristics of a good Chrysanthemum are as follows: 1. The plant should be dwarf, shrubby, well covered with green foliage to the bottom of the stems ; the leaves broad and bright ; the flowers well displayed, abundant, and well supported...
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The garden manual; or, Practical instructions for the cultivation of all ...

Garden manual, George William Johnson - 1863
...up fresh leaves, pot them in pairs, as directed for the layers, and treat them in the same way. l. The plant should be dwarf, shrubby, well covered with green foliage to the bottom of the stems; the leaves broad and bright; the flowers well displayed, abundant, and well supported...
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