Encyclopaedia of Gardening: A Dictionary of Cultivated Plants, Etc., Giving in Alphabetical Sequence the Culture and Propagation of Hardy and Half-hardy Plants, Trees and Shrubs, Orchids, Ferns, Fruit, Vegetables, Hothouse and Greenhouse Plants, Etc., Including Their Specific and Common Names
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Africa America Asia Asia Minor Australia autumn bell-glass in temp blue Brazil bulbs China cold frame Colombia Compost crimson cuttings of young decayed manure deciduous division of plants division of roots early nineteenth century epiphytic equal parts loam Europe evergreen foliage fragrant green GREENHOUSE SPECIES Half-hardy Hardy perennial HARDY SPECIES herbaceous Himalaya hybrid inserted in sandy introduced early nineteenth Japan June to Sept leaf-mould and sand leaves light soil lilac loam manure March 55 March or April March to Oct March to Sept Mexico moderately afterwards moist ordinary pink pots of sandy PROPAGATION Prune purple rockeries rose sandy loam sandy peat sandy soil scarlet seeds sown sepals shade shady shoots inserted shrubs silver sand soil in temp Sow seeds SPECIES CULTIVATED sphagnum moss spring summer sunny sunny borders transplanting seedlings trees Water freely March Water moderately well-drained pots winter yellow young shoots