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" :—"A layer of stones, brickbats, shells, or clinkers, six inches deep, to form a dry bottom ; a layer of chalk or lime, in the proportion of one to ten of the stones or other foundation, and well rolled and watered, to the thickness of three inches,... "
Flowers and the flower garden - Seite 11
von Elizabeth Watts - 1866 - 182 Seiten
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The cottage gardener's dictionary, ed. by G.W. Johnson. [With]

Cottage gardener - 1857
...soy these are the best •we ever saw. Mr. Beaton's directions for making them aro. as follows:—A layer of stones, brick-bats, shells, or clinkers,...two inches in the centre ; over this half an inch of graveï and lime, or fine chalk; water and roll well again; add one-eighth of an inch of the best coloured...
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The Town Garden: A Manual for the Management of City and Suburban Gardens

James Shirley Hibberd - 1859 - 235 Seiten
...traffic in all weathers. The following instructions for their formation are given in the Floral World:— "A layer of stones, brick-bats, shells, or clinkers,...the," thickness of three inches, with a rise of two .inches.in the centre ; over this half an inch of gravel and lime, or fine chalk; water and roll well...
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Song birds, and how to keep them

E A. Maling - 1862
...for making •concrete walks. " A layer of stones, brickbats, .shells, or clinkers, six inches deep; a layer of chalk •or lime, in the proportion of one to ten of the stones or other foundation, well rolled, beaten and watered .to the thickness of three inches,"—(for a floor it is better to...
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Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen, Band 12

1867
...procure gas tar and follow these directions :—A layer of stones, brickbats, shells, or clinkers, (! inches deep, to form a dry bottom ; a layer of chalk or lime, in the proportion of one to ten of the etonee or other foundation, and well rolled and watered to the thickness of 3 inch ев, with a rise...
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The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries ..., Band 33

1867
...brickbats, clinkers, or similar rough materials, six inches deep, is first put in to form a dry bottom; then a layer of chalk or lime, in the proportion of one to ten of the stones, this being well rolled and watered, to the thickness of three inches, with a rise of two inches in...
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The Gardeners' Dictionary: Describing the Plants, Fruits and Vegetables ...

George William Johnson - 1877 - 916 Seiten
...inspection we can say these are the best we ever saw. Mr. Beaton's directions for making them are as follows :—A layer of stones, brick-bats, shells, or clinkers,...the proportion of one to ten of the stones or other г .ululation, and well rolled and watered to the thickness of three inches, with a rise of two inches...
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Profitable gardening, a practical guide

James Shirley Hibberd - 1878
...either of good gravel on a deep bottom of clinkers, ashes, or building rubbish, or of concrete, thus:— A layer of stones, brickbats, shells or clinkers,...of gravel and lime, or fine chalk; water and roll well again; add oneeighth of an inch of the best coloured gravel, and again roll until quite solid....
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