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Books Bücher 1 - 10 von 12 in Carnation, as well as the formation of the flower, which should not be less than...
" Carnation, as well as the formation of the flower, which should not be less than two inches and a half in diameter ; the petals should be large, broad, and substantial, and have very fine fringed or serrated edges, free from large, coarse, deep notches... "
The American Journal of Horticulture and Florist's Companion - Seite 269
1869
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The American Gardener's Calendar; Adapted to the Climates and Seasons of the ...

Bernard M'Mahon - 1806 - 648 Seiten
...gathered from such as have superior properties. A Description of the Profiertie» of a Jine Double PINK. The stem should be strong and erect, and not less...nearest to perfection, when the fringe on the edge is so tine, as to be scarcely discernible : but it would be a very desirable object, to obtain them perfectly...
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The florist's guide, and cultivator's directory: containing coloured figures ...

Robert Sweet - 1827
...inches and a half in diameter. " The petals should be large, broad and substantial, and have very fine fringed or serrated edges, free from large, coarse,...perfection when the fringe on the edge is so fine as scarcely to be discernible ; but it would be considered a very desirable object to obtain them perfectly...
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Flora Historica: Or, The Three Seasons of the British Parterre ..., Band 2

Henry Phillips - 1829
...inches and a half in diameter ; the petals should be large, broad, and substantial, and have very fine fringed or serrated edges, free from large, coarse,...perfection when the fringe on the edge is so fine as scarcely to be discernible ; but it would be considered a very desirable object to obtain them perfectly...
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The select florist; or A treatise on the culture and management of ... flowers

John Sanders (writer on horticulture.) - 1829
...inches and a half in diameter. The petal should be large, broad and substantial, and have very fine fringed or serrated edges, free from large coarse...perfection when the fringe on the edge is so fine as scarcely to be discernible, but it would be considered a very desiraable object to obtain them perfectly...
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The villa and cottage florists' directory

James Main - 1830
...and a half inches diameter. " The petals should be large, broad, and substantial, and have very fine fringed or serrated edges, free from large, coarse,...they approach nearest to perfection when the fringe or the edge is so fine as scarcely to be discernible: but it would be considered a very desirable object...
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The Floricultural Cabinet, and Florists Magazine, Band 2

Joseph Harrison - 1834
...less than two inches and a half in diameter ; the petals should be large, broad, and substantial, and free from large, coarse, deep notches, or indentures;...in short, they approach nearest to perfection when they are rose-leaved, ». c. without any fringe at all. 3. The broad end of the petals should be perfectly...
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The Horticultural Register, Band 3

1834
...petals should be large, broad, and substantial, and very fine fringed or serrated edges, free from deep notches or indentures ; in short, they approach nearest to perfection when the fringe or edge is so fine as scarcely to be discernible ; but if they could be obtained entire, it would be...
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The gardeners dictionary, Band 2

Philip Miller - 1835
...petals should be large, broad, and substantial, and have very fine fringed or serrated edges, free from deep notches or indentures : in short, they approach nearest to perfection when the fringe or the edge is so fine as scarcely to be discernible, but if they could be obtained entire it would...
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The Agricultural and Horticultural Gleaner: Containing Important Discoveries ...

John Baxter - 1836 - 301 Seiten
...less than two inches and a half in diameter, the petals should be large, broad, and substantial, and free from large, coarse, deep notches, or indentures...in short, they approach nearest to perfection when they are rose-leaved, or without any fringe at all. The broad end of the petals should be perfectly...
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign: Comprehending ..., Band 3

1837
...petals should be large, broad, and substantial, and have very fine fringed or serrated edge», free from deep notches or indentures : in short, they approach nearest to perfection when the fringe or the edge is so fine as scarcely to be discernible but if they could be obtained entire, it would...
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