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The Nursery-Book; A Complete Guide to the Multiplication and Pollination of Plants

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 Excerpt: ...Bread (Ceratonia siliqua). Leguminosce. Stocks are obtained by seeds. The seeds are often treated to scalding water before sowing, in the same manner as locust seeds. Varieties are grafted or budded on the seedlings, or they may be multiplied by means of hard-wood cuttings in frames. Carpinus (Hornbeam). Cupuliferce. Increased by seeds, which vegetate irregularly. Varieties propagated by budding or grafting. Carpodinus. Apocynacece. Propagated easily from cuttings of half-ripened shoots. Carrion Flower. See Stapelia. Carthamus (Safflower). Composite. Increased by seeds sown in a gentle heat in spring. Carya. See Hickoria. Caryocar, Rhizobolus (Butternut). Ternstmmiacece. Increased by ripened cuttings, which will root in sand in heat. Caryophyllus (Clove-tree). Myrtacece. Increased by cuttings of firm shoots with the leaves left on. These will root if planted in sand in a moist heat. Caryopteris. Verbenacece. Propagated by seeds, by divisions, or by cuttings. Caryota. Palmrce. Increased easily by seeds or by suckers. Cashew. See Anacardium. Casimiroa. Rutacece. Increased readily by seeds. Cassandra (Leather Leaf). Ericacece. Propagated by seeds very carefully sown, or by layers. Cassava (Manihot Aipe). Euphorbiacece. Propagated by cuttings of the stem and by suckers. Cut the large main stalks into pieces from four to six inches long and set them perpendicularly into the ground in the field. The cuttings can be struck at various times, but spring is usually preferred. The stalks can be kept over winter by covering with sand on a dry knoll, placing the stalks and sand in layers. Cover the whole with boards to shed the water. Suckers which appear during summer can be removed and planted or made into cuttings. Cassia. Leguminosce. Annuals and biennials by seeds, ..


Publisher, General Books
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Original Languages
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Liberty Hyde Bailey
Publication Date
May, 2012
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.69 x 7.44 x 0.19 Inches

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