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" K* sufficient portion of the sun's rays to elaborate the juices of the plant. The truth is, that the roots of the vine possess an extraordinary power of adapting themselves to any situation in which they may be planted, provided it be a dry one. They... "
A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of the Grape Vine on Open Walls ... - Pagina 54
di Clement Hoare - 1847 - 196 pagine
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The American Flower Garden Directory: Containing Practical Directions for ...

Robert Buist - 1839 - 383 pagine
...nourishment from sources apparently barren. The fact is, that the roots of the vine possess an astonishing power of adapting themselves to any situation in which they may be planted, provided it be a dry one. ON THE PROPAGATION OF VINES. Vines are generally propagated in the open ground by cuttings and layers....
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The American Flower Garden Directory: Containing Practical Directions for ...

Robert Buist - 1841 - 383 pagine
...nourishment from sources apparently barren. The fact is, that the roots of the vine possess an astonishing power of adapting themselves to any situation in which they may be planted, provided it be a dry one. ON THE PROPAGATION OF VINES. Vines are generally propagated in the open ground by cuttings and layers....
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The Horticulturist: Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and Practice of the ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1849 - 732 pagine
...is dry, t!i>' roots will soon push themselves into some suitable place ; for, as Mr. Hoare observes, the roots of the vine possess an extraordinary power...which they may be planted, provided it be a dry one. SJ79. Manure. — As the vine border once properly made ought never to be disturbed, it follows that...
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A plain commentary on the four holy Gospels [by J.W. Burgon]. 4 vols. [in 7 ...

Burgon John William - 1855
...following : — ' It is hardly possible to plant a Vine in any situation in which it will not thrive . . . The truth is that the roots of the Vine possess an...which they may be planted, provided it be a dry one. Ps. Ixxx. 11. See the note on St. Mark iv. 32, vol. ii. p. 109. * St. John ii. 11, (where see the...
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A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels: Intended Chiefly for ..., Volume 2

John William Burgon - 1859
...following : — " It is hardly possible to plant a Vine in any situation in which it will not thrive. . . . The truth is that the roots of the Vine possess an extraordinary power of adapting thamselves to any situation in which they may be planted, provided it be a dry one. They will ramble...
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OPEN AIR GRAPE CULTURE:

JOHN PHIN - 1862
...by any means push themselves into a dry place, and the aspect be such as to afford to its branches a sufficient portion of the sun's rays to elaborate...any situation in which they may be planted, provided itbe a dry one. "They will ramble in every direction in search of' food, and extract nourishment from...
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Open Air Grape Culture: A Practical Treatise on the Garden and Vineyard ...

John Phin - 1862 - 375 pagine
...by any means push themselves into a dry place, and the aspect be such as to afford to its branches a sufficient portion of the sun's rays to elaborate..." The truth is, that the roots of the vine possess ani extraordinary power of adapting themselves to anysituation in which they may be planted, provided...
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