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Page 44 - ... this manner. When the desired number of cuttings are potted, water thoroughly and place them in the house or frame prepared for them. Here they should be kept close, and sprinkled lightly, when dry, until rooted, which will be indicated by their putting forth new leaves, when air should be admitted on every favorable occasion, and they will also need more water. When the pots are filled with roots, they should be shifted to larger pots in good, rich soil. Propagation by division is adopted chiefly...