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" Plants, is sandy loam, consisting of the sward from a pasture, which should be thrown into a heap, to decompose and pulverize for a short time previous to using ; to which a portion of peat soil, mixed with it, will be a suitable compost for the growth... "
Hortus Woburnensis: A Descriptive Catalogue of Upwards of Six Thousand ... - Page 262
by James Forbes, John Russell Duke of Bedford - 1833 - 440 pages
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Hortus Woburnensis: A Descriptive Catalogue of Ornamental Plants Cultivated ...

James Forbes - Plants, Cultivated - 1833 - 440 pages
...instantly destroy these noxious depredators. The plants will require to 2 M •Jr, THK PLEASURE GROUND. be well syringed the following morning, in order to...in. The plants should be all examined in March, or April ; and such as appear to be in want of fresh pots, should be shifted into others, a size larger...
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign ..., Volumes 1-2

1833
...considerably check their progress. " The soil that appears most appropriate for the growth of the great portion of stove plants, is sandy loam, consisting...in. " The plants should be all examined in March or April, and such as appear to be in want of fresh pots should be shifted into others, a size larger...
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The Horticultural Register, Volume 3

Horticulture - 1834
...of mcst tropical plants. When there is a searcity of peat, a mixture of decomposed leaves of trees may be applied in its stead, with great advantage....it light, and free for the roots to run in." " The pots in which they grow must be well drained with small pieces of potsherds, or any other material...
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Paxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants, Volume 2

Sir Joseph Paxton - Botany - 1836
...of most tropical plants. Where there is a scarcity of peat, a mixture of decomposed leaves of trees may be applied in its stead, with great advantage....render it light and free for the roots to run in. The pots in which they grow, must be well drained with small pieces of potsherds, or any other material...
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