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Books Books 1 - 4 of 4 on May, or beginning of June, the plants may be turned out of doors, and placed in a....
" May, or beginning of June, the plants may be turned out of doors, and placed in a situation where they can have the benefit of the morning and evening sun, but sheltered from the westerly winds, and scorching effects of the sun's rays, in the middle of... "
Hortus Woburnensis: A Descriptive Catalogue of Upwards of Six Thousand ... - Page 271
by James Forbes, John Russell Duke of Bedford - 1833 - 440 pages
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The Floricultural Cabinet, and Florists Magazine, Volume 2

Joseph Harrison - Floriculture - 1834
...be turned out of doors, and placed in a situation where they can have the benefit of the morning aud evening sun, but sheltered from the westerly winds,...their being drawn up in a weak or languid state, as is the case when crowded. The scarcer, and more delicate growing sorts, should be placed in a pit or frame,...
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Floricultural Cabinet and Florists' Magazine. ...

Horticulture - 1833
...have the benefit of the morning and evening sun, but sheltered from the westerly winds, aridscorching effects of the sun's rays, in the middle of the day...their being drawn up in a weak or languid state, as is the case when crowded. The scarcer, and more delicate growing >orts, should be placed in a pit or frame,...
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement, Volume 9

Agriculture - 1833
...in the middle of the day; and arranged so as that a free circulation of air can readily pass among the whole collection, which will prevent their being...frequently the case when crowded. The scarcer and more delicate-growing sorts should be placed in a pit or frame, where they can also be shaded from the midday...
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THE GARDENER'S MAGAZINE

J.C. LOUDON, F.L.S. H.S. &C - 1833
...in the middle of the day; and arranged so as that a free circulation of air can readily pass among the whole collection, which will prevent their being...frequently the case when crowded. The scarcer and more delicate-growing sorts should be placed in a pit or frame, where they can also be shaded from the midday...
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