horticulture

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Whately was a man of hobbies, and horticulture was one of these.

Cincinnatus had to cut his connections, too, when he took to horticulture.

A lady, ignorant of horticulture, plants some flowers on her husband's grave.

Horticulture then is a name for an art that is both far-reaching and important.

Also Mr. Brent's paper, 'Journal of Horticulture,' 1861, p. 76.

In these school-gardens botany will be applied to horticulture.

The ninth department, Horticulture, is outdoors on the grounds or in greenhouses.

In the American Journal of Horticulture, for 1869, p. 92, is a figure and description.

Journal of Horticulture and Cottage Gardener, (1878, p. 61).

Agriculture is present, also horticulture, which the garden of Alcinous presupposes.

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