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Page 68 - Gardener's Assistant, by Todd, II. 39. As the young wood and fruit buds [of the peach] often suffer from the piercing blasts of winter, a spot that is sheltered from these is much to be desired. And, as they usually come from the north and northwest, a site on the south or southeast of a wood or hill is, other things being equal, greatly to be preferred. — Fulton, Peach Culture, 68. shaken than from an ordinary late frost. * * * The evergreens should be planted in lines parallel with the pear rows,...