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We suspect now, that, having a press of orders, our nurseryman simply sent us a packet of trees from some Northern nursery.
PALMETTO-LEAVESHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
It is certainly a means of most rapidly multiplying a given variety, and is therefore profitable to the nurseryman.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
It has never been popular but is still sold by an occasional nurseryman.
Whether planted in autumn or spring, if purchased of a nurseryman, they should be ordered in the autumn.
PARSONS ON THE ROSESAMUEL BROWNE PARSONS
For window culture, the Everblooming Roses are the best, and they should be ordered of the nurseryman in suitable pots.
PARSONS ON THE ROSESAMUEL BROWNE PARSONS
Knowing this fact the nurseryman plants apple seeds and grows apple seedlings.
THE FIRST BOOK OF FARMINGCHARLES L. GOODRICH
Although Elsinburgh has long since ceased to be of importance, it is still offered for sale by an occasional nurseryman.
Mr. Barron: The nurseryman, as a rule, doesn't take much trouble towards educating the people up to the better stuff.
Its culture has been on the wane for many years and only an occasional nurseryman in that section handles the variety to-day.
The nurseryman had heard it said that No. 23 belonged to an Englishman; but he had never seen him, and did not even know his name.

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