Archive image from page 51 of Culinary herbs; (1912). Culinary herbs; culinaryherbs00kain Year: 1912 ( 32 CULINARY HERBS chicory and nasturtium flowers alone or resting upon parsley or other delicate foliage. So much by way of digression. PROPAGATION SEEDS Most herbs may be readily propagated by means of seeds. Some, however, such as tarragon, which does not produce seed, and several other perennial kinds, are propagated by division, layers, or cuttings. Flat of Seedlings Ready to Be Transplanted In general, propagation by means of seed is consid- ered most satisfactory. Since the seeds in

Archive image from page 51 of Culinary herbs; (1912). Culinary herbs;  culinaryherbs00kain Year: 1912 ( 32 CULINARY HERBS chicory and nasturtium flowers alone or resting upon parsley or other delicate foliage. So much by way of digression. PROPAGATION SEEDS Most herbs may be readily propagated by means of seeds. Some, however, such as tarragon, which does not produce seed, and several other perennial kinds, are propagated by division, layers, or cuttings.    Flat of Seedlings Ready to Be Transplanted In general, propagation by means of seed is consid- ered most satisfactory. Since the seeds in Stock Photo
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Archive image from page 51 of Culinary herbs; (1912). Culinary herbs; culinaryherbs00kain Year: 1912 ( 32 CULINARY HERBS chicory and nasturtium flowers alone or resting upon parsley or other delicate foliage. So much by way of digression. PROPAGATION SEEDS Most herbs may be readily propagated by means of seeds. Some, however, such as tarragon, which does not produce seed, and several other perennial kinds, are propagated by division, layers, or cuttings. Flat of Seedlings Ready to Be Transplanted In general, propagation by means of seed is consid- ered most satisfactory. Since the seeds in many in- stances are small or are slow to germinate, they are usually sown in shallow boxes or seed pans. When the seedlings are large enough to be handled they are transplanted to small pots or somewhat deeper flats or boxes, a couple of inches being allowed between the plants. AMien conditions are favorable

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