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" ... crops, but a short distance off, may be more or less ordinary in quality. The two shrubs require a temperate climate, but the vine needs heat and no rain during summer... "
The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of Flowers, Fruits ... - Page 133
1866
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Journal of Botany, British and Foreign

Botany - 1866
...whilst the neighbouring crops, but a short distance off, may be more or less ordinary in quality. The two shrubs require a temperate climate, but the Vine...whilst the Tea-plant requires rain and but little summer-heat ; the result of which is that these two species are almost geographically incompatible....
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumes 54-55

Commerce - 1866
...resemblances and differences. The vine and the tea plant succeed best on Btony, barren hill-sides. The two shrubs require a temperate climate, but the vine...needs heat, and no rain during summer, whilst the lea-plant requires rain, and but little summer heat; the result of which is that these two species...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1866
...while the neighboring crops, but a short distance off, may be more or less ordinary in quality. The two shrubs require a temperate climate, but the vine needs heat and no rain during summer, while the tea-plant requires rain and but little summer heat ; the result of which is, that these two...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1866
...while the neighboring crops, but a short distance off, may be more or less ordinary in quality. The two shrubs require a temperate climate, but the vine needs heat and no rain during summer, while the tea-plant requires rain and but little summer heat ; the result of which is, that these two...
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