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" Actinocarpus, &c., generally do well in a mixture of peat and loam, and require to be constantly kept in a wet state ; indeed the best way is to place the pot in a deep pan or feeder, which should always be kept filled with water. "
Paxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants - Página 41
editado por - 1834
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The Horticultural Register, Volumen4;Volumen1835

Joseph Harrison, Sir Joseph Paxton - 1835
...them, select such as are about four or six inches deep, according to the kind intended to be planted, and three inches wide ; put a little rotten dung in each pot; fill each pot up with light rich soil, and plant the bulbs so shallow that nearly half the bulb stands above the soil. Plunge the pots in...
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The Agricultural and Horticultural Gleaner: Containing Important Discoveries ...

John Baxter - 1836 - 301 páginas
...way is to place the pot in a deep pan or feeder which should always be kept filled with water. Bulbs of most sorts flourish in rooms with less care than...in each pot, fill each pot up with light rich soil, and plant the bulbs so shallow that nearly half the bulb stands above the soil ; plunge the pots in...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge

1837
...place the pot in a deep pan or feeder, which should always be kept filled with water. 140 141 I Bulbs of most sorts flourish in rooms with less care than...inches deep, and three inches wide, put a little rotten manure in each pot, nil it up with light rich soil, and plant the bulbs во shallow that nearly half...
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The Family Magazine, Volumen4

1837
...pan or feeder, which should always be kept filled with S 4t» Т П Ë FAMILY MAGAZINE. 341 liuibs of most sorts flourish in rooms with less care than...Hyacinths should be planted in autumn. In preparing pots Tor them, select such as are about four inches deep, and three inches wide, put a little rotten manure...
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The floral calendar, monthly and daily: with miscellaneous details relative ...

1839 - 156 páginas
...roots generaily, is that of a light sandy loam, where there is no stagnation of moisture below. Bulbs of most sorts flourish in rooms with less care, than most other kinds of plants. Hardy Bulbs will endure all weathers without any artificial heat or protection, though some of this...
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The Lady's Book of Flowers and Poetry: To which are Added, a Botanical ...

Lucy Hooper - 1842 - 263 páginas
...means of a syringe, the nose of a watering pan, or with a sponge, when the dust still adheres. Bulbs of most sorts flourish in rooms with less care than most other plants. Hyacinths should be planted in autumn. Fill the pots with light rich soil, and plant the bulbs...
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Every Lady Her Own Flower Gardener

Louisa Johnson - 1844 - 142 páginas
...means of a syringe, the nose of a watering pan, or with a sponge, when the dust still adheres. " Bulbs of most sorts flourish in rooms with less care than most other plants. Hyacinths should be planted in autumn. Fill the pots with light rich soil, and plant the bulbs...
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the floricultural cabinet, & florists magazine vol. xv

joseph harrison - 1847
...best way is to place the pot in a deep pan or feeder, which should always be kept full of water. Bulbs of most sorts flourish in rooms with less care than most other kinds of plants. If the above precautions be attended to, plants may be brought nearly, if not altogether, to as much...
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Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen, Volumen26

1874
...In preparing pots for them select stich as are about 4 inches deep and 8 inches wide, put a bit of rotten dung in each pot, fill each pot up with light rich soil, and plant the bulbs so shallow that nearly half the bulb stands above the soil ; plunge the pota in...
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Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen, Volumen26

1874
...GABDENKE. In preparing pots for them select such as are about 4 inches deep and 3 inches wide, put a bit of rotten dung in each pot, fill each pot up with light rich soil, and plant the bulbs во shallow that nearly half the bulb stands above the soil ; plunge the pota...
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