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" Strain your line along the bed six inches from the edge ; then with a spade cut out a small trench or drill close to the line, about six inches deep, making that side next the line nearly upright... "
Every Man His Own Gardener: The Complete Gardener : Being a Gardener's ... - Page 146
by John Abercrombie - 1832 - 658 pages
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Every man his own gardener: being a new, and much more complete gardener's ...

John Abercrombie, Thomas Mawe - Gardening - 1787 - 616 pages
...a fpade cut out a final! trench or drill clofe to the line, about fix inches deep, making that fide next the line nearly upright ; and when one trench...plant that before you open another, placing the plants the diftance of ten or twelve inches in the row. In planting thefe plants, obferve they muft not be...
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The American Gardener's Calendar; Adapted to the Climates and Seasons of the ...

Bernard M'Mahon - Gardening - 1806 - 648 pages
...than the former. The following is the method of planting them : Strain your line along the bed ei^ht inches from the edge ; then with a spade cut out a...another, placing the plants upright ten or twelve inches dislance in the row. In planting these plants, observe that they must not be placed flat in the bottom...
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The New-York Gardener, Or, Twelve Letters from a Farmer to His Son: In which ...

P. Agricola - Gardening - 1824 - 214 pages
...supply of this article sufficient for your family. In planting, stretch your line along the bed, eight inches from the edge. Then with a spade, cut out a small drill, close to the line, about six inches deep ; here place your plants, ten or twelve inches ap^rtin...
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The Practical Gardener, and Modern Horticulturist: Containing the ..., Volume 1

Charles McIntosh - Gardening - 1828
...when once broken, do not readily shoot again. Method of planting them. Strain the line parallel with the beds, nine inches from the edge : then with a...another, placing the plants upright ten or twelve inches distant in the row ; or the ground may be drilled for the roots to the depth of four or five inches...
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The Young Gardener's Assistant: Containing a Catalogue of Garden & Flower ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Flower gardening - 1840 - 408 pages
...of plants, with alleys two feet and a half wide between each bed. Strain your line along the bed six inches from the edge ; then, with a spade, cut out a small trench or drill dose to t!ie line, about six inches deep, making that side next the line nearly upright, and when one...
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The Southern Farmer and Market Gardener: Being a Compilation of Useful ...

Francis Simmons Holmes - Agriculture - 1842 - 244 pages
...planting them: — Strain your line lengthwise on the beds, about eight inches from the edge ; and then, with a spade, cut out a small trench or drill,...trench is opened, plant that, before you open another, at the distance required as above. In placing the roots, observe they must not be horizontally extended,...
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The Kitchen and Fruit Gardener: A Select Manual of Kitchen Gardening and ...

Flower gardening - 1847 - 118 pages
...again. The following is the most approved method of planting them I—- strain the line parallel with the beds, nine inches from the edge; then with a spade...another, placing the plants upright ten or twelve inches distant in the row, or the ground may be drilled for the roots to the depth of four or five inches...
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The Kitchen Gardener's Instructor: Containing a Catalogue of Garden and Herb ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Herb gardening - 1847 - 181 pages
...again eight or ten inches deep, mixing this top dressing, and incorporating it well with the earth. the edge ; then, with a spade, cut out a small trench...deep, making that side next the line nearly upright ; when one trench is opened, plant that before you open another, placing the plants upright ten or...
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The New England Farmer, Volume 14

Agriculture - 1862
...long, slender roots. The ground being thus prepared and laid level, strain your line along the bed six inches from the edge ; then, with a spade, cut out...before you open another, placing the plants upright, eight or ten inches distance in the row, and let every row be eighteen inches apart. The plants must...
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The American Gardener's Assistant: In Three Parts, Containing Complete ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Gardening - 1867 - 529 pages
...of plants, with alleys two feet and a half wide between each bed. Strain your line along the bed six inches from the edge; then with a spade cut out a...deep, making that side next the line nearly upright; when one trench is opened, plaat that before you open another, placing the plants upright ten or twelve...
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