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“Later my host and I picked a free-growing vegetable which she cooked in a pasta.”
“The dense crowns of plantationgrown trees become sparse to narrow in free-growing trees (Midgley et al. 1983).”
“The strain referred to produces fine free-growing specimen plants, and a batch should always be in reserve for cutting.”
“A free-growing plant under favourable conditions, and one requiring stove treatment.”
“It is a free-growing kind, soon forming a large specimen if planted in a bed of old brick-rubble, or other light, well-drained soil, and kept in warm greenhouse temperature.”
“A free-growing, compact stove shrub, with a bright green, healthy appearance.”
“-- A tufted, free-growing Thimble Cactus, producing its small stems in such profusion as to form a cluster as much as 3 ft. in diameter.”
“It may be grafted on to another free-growing kind with advantage, as it does not always keep healthy when on its own roots.”
“From this it will be seen that P. grandis is one of the most useful kinds, its large, sweet-scented flowers, and its free-growing nature, rendering it of exceptional value as a decorative plant.”
“So, too, with the grass, one patch may be free-growing and another may be but poor stuff: one expresses well, and the other feebly.”
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