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Pages: 94

Language: English

Publisher: Forgotten Books (14 Nov. 2016)

By: Otto Schwill and Company (Author)

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Excerpt from 36th Annual Catalog, 1905: What to Plant, How to Plant, When to Plant

Culture - Sow seed 'of French Artichokes in spring 'ih rich, light, loamy soil, and in drills about ten inches. Apart. Trans plant next spring in permanent rows four feet apart.

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