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Tilde: In the Shop July 2010

Tilde: In the Shop July 2010

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Image from page 561 of “The English flower garden and home grounds : design and arrangement shown by existing examples of gardens in Great Britain and Ireland, followed by a description of the plants, shrubs and trees for the open-air garden and their cul

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Identifier: englishflowergar00robi
Title: The English flower garden and home grounds : design and arrangement shown by existing examples of gardens in Great Britain and Ireland, followed by a description of the plants, shrubs and trees for the open-air garden and their culture
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Robinson, W. (William), 1838-1935
Subjects: Flower gardening Plants, Ornamental Cottage gardening Gardens
Publisher: London : J. Murray
Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden
Digitizing Sponsor: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden

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DIANTHUS. THE ENGLISH FLOWER GARDEN. DIANTHUS. 547 of French seed, are very satisfactoryplants, and useful for cutting. Theirdrawback is the habit of flowering inwinter, but this can be obviated by sow-ing early, so as to get them to a goodsize by autumn, when they will flower inthe spring and continue to bloom all thesummer. Pipings struck in the springand planted out in the autumn will behavein the same way. Old plants are difficultto manage in the open air, but survivethe winter if well thinned out ; the only good mellow loam, or, if it be stiff, addthe same quantity of sand. Then, when-ever time can be spared, fork in the dress-ing well and dig it over. Then put theplants in firmly, putting all of the samesort in a row with a good legible label atthe end. Being perfectly hardy, they willneed no attention till next spring. At thesame time take up and put in in the sameway any seedlings sown in the spring,which will now be fine strong plants. Thenext spring, when the severe cold has

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Redbraes Picotee. danger is damp cold, which rots them atthe surface of the ground. They growvery well in light rich soil on chalk.Their free-rooting habit makes them un-suitable for pots. Many of my plantsfilled almost 3 ft. of soil with their roots ;it is manifest waste to cram such free-growing plants in pots.—J. D. Garden Culture for Exhibition.—About the end of July cover the bedintended to be devoted to Carnations, &c.,about 2 in. with good rotten manure, andif the soil be sandy add to this 2 in. of ceased (about March or April), hoe thebeds over carefully between the rows, andin fine weather water them if they aredry. When the flower-stems begin to rise,place a stick about 30 in. long to eachplant. These sticks should be painted alight whitish green. The flower-stemsmust be kept well tied up as they grow,but they must be tied quite loosely, for ifthey are tied tightly they will knee andbend, and finally break. About 20th June(or later), when the buds appear, take offall

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