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" ... of mignonette, or rather ornament a vase half full of mignonette with a few blooms of sweet peas, and you get a charming effect, because you follow the natural arrangement by avoiding the crowding of the blooms, and putting them with the green foliage,... "
The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of Flowers, Fruits ... - Page 158
1866
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The Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste, Volume 27

Gardening - 1872
...never look so well in the hands as they do on the boughs over which they climb, because they caunot be carried without crowding them ; but put them lightly into a vase with an equal number of mignonette; or, rather, ornament a vase half full of mignonette, with a few blooms of sweet peas, and...
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Friends Intelligencer: A Religious and Family Journal, Volume 24

1868
...never look so well in the hand as they do on the boughs over which they climb, because they cannol be carried without crowding them ; but put them lightly...because you follow the natural arrangement by avoiding the crowding of the blooms, and putting them with the green foliage, which they want to set them off....
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Pennsylvania School Journal, Volume 17

Education - 1868
...in the hands as they do on the boughs over which they climb, because they cannot be carried without them ; but put them lightly into a vase with an equal number of pieces of I mignonette ; or, rather, ornament a vase half | full of mignonette, with a few blooms of sweet ...
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The British Workwoman Out and at Home, Issue 1

Women - 1863
...never look so well in the hand as they do on the boughs over which they climb, because they cannot be carried without crowding them ; but put them lightly...an equal number of pieces of mignonette, or rather ormunrn L a vase half full of mignonette with a few blooms of sweet peas, and you get a charming effect,...
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The amateur gardener's calendar. Revised by W. Robinson

William Robinson - 1870
...never look so well in the hand as they do on the boughs over which they climb, because they cannot be carried without crowding them ; but put them lightly into a vase with an equal number of pieces of mignionette, or rather ornament a vase half full of mignionette with a few blooms of sweet peas, and...
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