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Observations on the Cultivation of Roses in Pots; Including the ...
Professor William Paul
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Seite 5 - I have them succeed well and have generally used, is two parts fresh turfy loam broken up, but not sifted ; two parts manure (road gatherings laid by for a season, or the remains of a hotbed not too far decomposed) ; and one part burnt earth. This compost should be thrown up in a heap in autumn, and turned two or three times during winter, and a little newly slaked lime scattered throughout to destroy worms and grubs.
Seite 55 - ... season. As soon as the forced plants have bloomed, the shoots taken off, when pruning for a second bloom, may be cut to a joint with two or three eyes, allowing the leaves to remain on all excepting the bottom eye intended to be inserted in the soil. About six of these cuttings placed round a four-inch pot, in equal parts of loam, leaf-mould, and sand, will be sufficient. They should be placed firmly in the pots, and afterwards well watered through a fine rose; then plunged where they will have...
Seite 55 - About six of these cuttings placed round a four-inch pot, in equal parts of loam, leaf-mould, and sand, will be sufficient. They should be placed firmly in the pots, and afterwards well watered through a fine rose; then plunged where they will have a moderate bottom heat, and be shaded from the mid-day sun. In a few weeks, when rooted, they may be potted separately into three-inch pots, and gradually hardened off. The same soil may be used as before, but broken up fine, or sifted, with the addition...
Seite 28 - MARECHAL NIEL, BEAUTIFUL DEEP YELLOW, LARGE, FULL, AND OF GLOBULAR FORM, VERY SWEET, THE SHOOTS WELL CLOTHED WITH LARGE SHINING LEAVES.
Seite 7 - ... will grow much stronger than shoots formed above ground, and flower beautifully through the summer and autumn. - One point too should be borne in mind, that roses, when grown in pots, may be pruned ROS 521 ROS closer than when grown in the open [improved by being drawn from Ibeir garden.
Seite 55 - They should be placed firmly in the pots, and afterwards well watered through a fine role, then plunged where they will have a moderate bottomheat, and be shaded from the mid-day sun. In a few weeks, when rooted, they 'may be potted separately into 3-inch pots, and gradually hardened off. The same soil may be used as before, but broken up fine, or sifted, with the addition of a little sand. Cuttings will strike through the summer, and at any period when the young wood can be obtained well ripened....
Seite 4 - The cultivation of the Autumnals on their own roots may be commenced at any season, as they are usually kept growing in pots. If purchased in spring, in 4-inch pots, they may be immediately shifted into 6-inch pots, then plunged and watered continually, as required.
Seite 4 - Nos. 32. 24. 16. and 12., according to the size of the plants ; and they should be well drained. In potting, the soil should be pressed firmly in the pots, watering freely afterwards, through a fine rose, to settle the soil about their roots. The cultivation of the autumnals on their own roots may be commenced at any time, as they are usually kept growing in pots. If purchased in spring, in 60-sized pots, they may be immediately shifted into 48s, then plunged, and watered continually, as required.
Seite 7 - ... success, we ought to know the character of each plant we are about to operate on, for roses of the same class ofttimes require very different pruning. The best criterion we can offer is, perhaps, habit of growth. Among the Hybrid Chinese, the two favourite old roses Brennus and Fulgens, both vigorous growers, frequently occasion great disappointment by not blooming.