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  • Seed may be sown in bottom-heat early in spring, or they may be increased by suckers.

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  • Cuttings of the young wood planted in sand, and having a bottom-heat, will strike.

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  • They are propagated by pieces of the thick fleshy roots, about 2 in. long, inserted in light, rich, sandy soil, and plunged in a bottom-heat.

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  • It is generally budded on an orange or lemon tree and plunged in a bottom-heat.

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  • Place them in a frame with bottom-heat, and water and syringe them moderately while they are growing.

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  • Cuttings planted in sand with a little bottom-heat and under glass will strike.

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  • They may be increased by layers, by suckers, or by cuttings of the young wood placed in sand and plunged in a bottom-heat under glass.

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  • The perennial kinds are increased from cuttings taken from the small side-shoots placed in sand in a brisk bottom-heat.

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  • Cuttings with uninjured leaves will root in autumn in sand with a bottom-heat of 65 or 75 degrees; or the cuttings may be taken in spring, stem-rooting the slips.

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  • It requires to be grown in loam and peat, and may be increased by cuttings planted in sand, under glass, in a bottom-heat.

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