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The Dahlia Its History and Cultivation

Richard DeanRobert Fife

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The Botanist reveals to us the wonderful structure and mechanism of plants. By the aid of the microscope he leads us far into the intricacies of their nature, before which we stand in wonder and reverence. The Florist differs from the botanist in his relation to plants. The plant as It is is the province of the botanist. The plant as it can be developed is the province of the florist. He takes advantage of its inherent susceptibilities in certain directions and pro fits by them; and there is no better illustration of this than the subject of this volume. It was long considered that the botanist and the florist had little or nothing in common, but this idea, like so many other old-fashioned ones, has been given up. The light which the botanist can throw on the subject is invaluable to the raiser of new varieties of flowers, and surely he is best equipped for growing plants who best understands their structure.
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