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" It also stands rough and stormy weather much better than any of our more cherished flower garden favorites, and blooms well towards the latter end of the year. Its propagation and cultivation are very easy. Cuttings put in the first week in March, in... "
The Floral Magazine: Comprising Figures and Descriptions of Popular Garden ... - Seite 63
1873
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The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries ..., Band 16

1850
...are very easy. Cuttings put in the first week in March, in a little bottom heat, will strike freely. When struck they should be potted off singly, and kept in a frame until April, when they should be hardened off, and bedded out the latter end of May, where it...
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the floricultural cabinet

joseph harrison - 1849
...are very easy. Cuttings put in the first week in March, in a little bottom heat, wiH strike freely. When struck they should be potted off singly, and kept in a frame until April, when they should be hardened off', and bedded out the latter end of May, where it...
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The Floricultural Cabinet, and Florists Magazine, Band 18

Joseph Harrison - 1850
...are very easy. Cuttings put in the first week in March, in a little bottom heat, will strike freely. When struck they should be potted off singly, and kept in a frame until April, when they should be hardened oft', and bedded out the latter end of May, where it...
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The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries ..., Band 16

1850
...are very easy. Cuttings put in the first week in March, in a little bottom heat, will strike freely. When struck they should be potted off singly, and kept in a frame until April, when they should be hardened off, and bedded out the latter end of May, where it...
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The Florist and Garden Miscellany, Band 3

1851
...may possess it. Cuttings put in any time in February, in a little bottom-heat, will strike freely. When struck, they should be potted off singly, and kept in a greenhouse or frame until April, when, if the weather be favourable, they may be put out in some sheltered...
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