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From requiring a stove, as erroneouslysupposed by many, are most certainly much more injured by too high a temperature than by being kept too cool. If we except the genera Stapelia and EuphorMa, and a few of plants, so far the temperature of the CactecB, all others are much better when kept in a cool, dry, airy green-house, than anywhere else ; nay, a cold pit, if not in a damp situation, will many be a very proper habitation for and not a few, particularly ; of them of the families Sempervivum and Mesemhrp' anthemuniy stand in the open borders of our — TREATMENT IN THE HOUSE.
GENERAL CULTURE AND TRAINING. The principal culture required for the Dah- a healthy state, is to keep the soil about the roots in a moderately moist state, and not lia in allow any weeds or other plants to grow it, to weaken and impoverish the soil in which it stands. The surface of the earth should be often hoed and raked, which gives an air of neatness, and is beneficial to the growth of the plant by attracting the dew and indeed moist atmospheric air in hot weather the surface soil should always be kept loose about the roots of the Dahlia, to favor a free access of air, moisture, and the genial influence of the sun.
CONCLUSION. After what has been said on the cultureand treatment of the Dahlia, I cannot refrain from occupying a small space in commendation of the more geneml cultivation of so splendid an embellishment to the flower gar-* I am well aware that the amateurs and den. professional florists will spare neither time nor expense within their means-, to obtain and improve every variety into an endless numIt is greatly ber of so beautiful a flower. to be desired that the introduction of the splendid varieties now extant, may hereafter grace every cottage garden, and give a new feature to rural scenery, by embellishing the shrubbery and fore-grounds of every dwelling by the road sides of country residences for certain it is that no flower possesses that brilliant display of variegated beauties as the Dahlia of the season.