It was his function to promote the development and fruitage of plants.
Where is that fruitage now, where in particular are the peaches d'antan?
This book is the fruitage of all the years of your faith and work.
The fruitage afforded by these sounds is both manifold and of price.
Plants are thus kept in the dark in order to reserve their fruitage for a fitter season.
Some chapters on the singing voice and its cultivation are the fruitage of a wide experience of many years.
The plow of slavery had been followed by the harrow of war,—blossoms and fruitage could not instantly follow.
The world has seen its marvellously rapid development and fruitage in Japan.
It is a tree which bears the leaves and buds and blossoms and fruitage of the Greek spirit on its boughs at once.
That church is not the fruitage of man's planting, neither the offshoot of other and older institutions.