See also:tree of
See also:great beauty, with peculiarly four-lobed, truncate leaves and solitary
See also:tulip-like sweet-scented
See also:flowers, variegated with
See also:green, yellow and orange . It is
See also:hardy in England, but while
See also:young it requires
See also:protection from
See also:cold, cutting winds . In
See also:habit it resembles a somewhat stiff-growing
See also:plane tree, and becomes fully as large . It does not flourish in the atmosphere of towns . It thrives best in deep sandy
See also:loam, and is propagated by seeds .
JETHRO TULL (1674-1741)
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