... and in such case, the fulness and bursting appearance of the buds of the stocks, and the mildness of the weather, must be our guides. ... Yet do not take branches from the very lowest part of t re tree, if you can avoid it, as these are sure to be more puling in their nature. ... Each scion should have from three to six eyes on it, but six will, in all cases, be quite enough, as there is no use in an extraordinaryanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Library of Agricultural and Horticultural Knowledge; with a Memoir of Mr. Ellman [by F. P. Walesby] ... Third Edition, Greatly Enlarged|