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|For it can be a means of reassuring ourselves of our sanity as creatures, a part of |
the geography of hope. — Wallace Stegner Like a gardener, I believe that what
goes down must come up. — Lynwood L. Giacomini Conservation is a state of ...
|These piles of soil will run as high as three feet, if you are planning on planting a |
large birch or maple clump, down to six inches for a flower bed. To sculpture the
soil ... Optimistic gardeners believe what goes down must come up. Whoever 80.
|Franklin, Benjamin There is no gilding of setting sun or glamour of poetry to light |
up the ferocious and endless toil of the farmers wives. - Garland, Hamlin Like a
gardener I believe what goes down must come up. - Giacomini, Lynwood L. He
|Lett e succeeding leaves be destroyed in like manner, and the weakness of the |
stem will be increased ; and by repeating the removal of the young leaves, the
stem will at last lose all ... He imagines that the leaves which come up after the
flower-stem dies down must weaken the bulbs ! .... If, however, any of our readers
believe they can find a better solution f such problems, we shall be happy to
|A family tree is something you pay a little to have looked up, and then pay more |
to have hushed up. The cheapest way to have your ... People who believe what
goes down must come up are sometimes called farmers. The American farmer ...
|If we could get intelligent men and interest them in gardening and give them |
encouragement and help them along, ... I believe if anything of that kind is going
on it ought to be known, brought up and discussed before this bodv. ... Many men
who arc not in good standing come along and ask the Association for assistance,
especially in times such as ... I had to go down there some years ago to get'
things straightened out. ... MACKINTOSH: My experience is very much like Mr.
|In the same way, where sports have to be budded from, care must be taken that |
the buds be taken from a flowering shoot. ... I do not suppose that this has been
absolutely proved, and therefore we can but act on inference, but I believe it
would ... It is a law of Nature that like produces like, and the principle of heredity
has come to be more fully recognized than it used to ... A budder goes down a
row of plants, takes off the buds which seem to him to be ready ; he does not stop
to examine ...
|I begin on my real garden just as soon as the brown earth flashes with the |
Daffodil's first ... Some times the seeds come up and the flowers almost equal
those gaudy things which bloom in the catalogues. Almost, for it is vain ... In it we
toil not, neither do we spade, yet Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like its
borders and its beds. ... We cannot do with one or two alone, but must have
dozens, for does not each firm sell better plants than the other? ... Down goes this
item and that.
|ered, we have finally decided to cultivate our orchard up until about the first of |
August and then sow a cover crop, possibly of crimson ... Commercial Varieties of
Strawberries 1 would like to get your view of the Bederwocd and the Warfield as
commercial berries. ... The Bederwood must be picked before they are quite ripe,
and it will ship well, then, because it is a soft berry. ... For my part, I believe all the
growers wrll have to come to it. ... Goes down rows with tin easy continuous walk.
|... so that any attempt to run us down must be made for the purpose of buying us |
off the road, or forcing us to keep up the ... We hope and believe that so far as we
have yet proceeded, there has been very few articles inserted in the work that ...