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His horticultural writings were exceedingly beneficial, as well to the gardeners as farmers.
And as to their horticultural interest, it is most surprising that so few gardeners make the use of them that they might.
She meekly set to work to make the Casa Perucca comfortable, and took up her horticultural labours where she had dropped them.
THE ISLE OF UNRESTHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
John D. Taggard is prominently connected with the development of horticultural interests of the northwest.
In 1809 he projected, and by his exertions, succeeded in establishing, the Horticultural Society of Edinburgh.
His family at Croydon possess his portrait, and there is another preserved by the Horticultural Society.
One of the exhibits of the Horticultural Shows was the collections of wild flowers made by the children.
Upon this desire for commonplace advice the horticultural journals live.
The last catalogue of the London Horticultural Society mentions one hundred and forty-nine varieties, as worthy of cultivation.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
Received one-hundred-dollar prize from the Cincinnati Horticultural Society in 1851.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN

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