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Propagation, Cultivation, and General Creatment
IN ALL SEASONS.
ROBERT TYAS, B.A., F.R.B.S.,
LAND," ETC., ETC.
With Twelve Coloured Portraits,
It is now many years since the First and Second Series of Popular Flowers were offered to the public. They were remarkably successful in winning the favour of admirers of flowers, and it is in consequence of their retaining that favour that this Third Series has been undertaken. How far it deserves and will obtain an extension of that favour it is not for us to express an opinion. The quantity of matter has been increased, and recourse has been had to the best authorities for information, yet we cannot hope that the methods of cultivation will be universally approved in detail, since the varieties of climate, soil, and situation, even in our little island, are so diverse, that the practice of every cultivator will of