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“TWO THINGS NOW confounded the Gryphon as he stumbled over a well-decayed tree.”
“There, a score of people were spreading manure and well-decayed garbage; Louis could smell it from a fair distance away.”
“In order to enable them to develop fully they require good culture, a good, deep loamy soil, enriched with well-decayed manure, and if the border be moist, so much the better, 'for these ranunculuses delight in a cool, moist soil.”
“To those wishing to grow this choice Anemone, let me say, begin with the young underground runners; plant them in the autumn anywhere you like, but see that the soil is deep, and if it is not rich, make it so with well-decayed leaves or manure, and you will have your reward.”
“It should be planted in vegetable soil, such as peat or well-decayed leaves mixed with sand.”
“Take out the soil for a depth of eighteen inches or two feet, and fill the space to within three inches of the surface with a mixture of rich soil and well-decayed manure.”
“As the flowering time approaches mulch the ground with well-decayed manure.”
“A compost consisting of two parts loam, one part leaf-soil or well-decayed manure, with a small quantity of wood ashes, will suit Peas admirably.”
“-- For a fine crop a moderate amount of well-decayed dung applied in autumn is almost essential, as well as 3 to 4 lb. of superphosphate per square rod in spring.”
“All the other varieties will succeed in any good garden soil enriched with leaf-mould or well-decayed manure.”
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