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Arboriculture
(Part 31)




(31) ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS - INTRODUCTION

As already observed, we exclude from consideration in this article flowering and fruit-bearing trees and shrubs. We also exclude all those that require special protection, and confine ourselves to trees and shrubs considered ornamental from their general form, and suited for introduction into plantations in most parts of Britain. These are arranged under the heads of evergreen and deciduous.







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