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Planting, preparation of ground and cultivation are the same as for all other roses.

Fine clumps may be had by planting out the entire old root, not dividing it.

As for planting, little was done by them, although every possible inducement and encouragement was given.

Planting himself behind Jessica, he caught up a corner of her veil and peered defiantly through it at David.

The planting is not at all tedious after one gets the knack of it, and is light and pleasant work.

The Peanut PlantB. W. Jones

Nevertheless, in the building and planting of this grand Territory the lilies were not forgotten.

Steep TrailsJohn Muir

It is surely strange, all these things considered, that so little discretion is exercised in the felling and planting of trees.

NorwayBeatrix Jungman

In other regions men were planting either none at all, or “less than last year.”

Drugging a NationSamuel Merwin

Other forms of planting are the institution of wind breaks in the treeless West, and special plantations for fence posts, etc.

Kumpurmi sa tamnan ug lubi, How large a hole do we make for planting bananas?

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