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Peach-house Borders (S252a: 1875)

Editor Charles H. Smith's Note: A short request for information printed on page 353 of the 23 October 1875 issue of The Garden. Wallace was a regular reader of, and contributor to, the magazine, and although this note only carries his initials, it very probably is by him. To link directly to this page connect with: http://people.wku.edu/charles.smith/wallace/S252A.htm

    Should I mix a portion of old mortar with the soil of a Peach-border? The compost I have prepared consists of equal parts of turves of light hazel loam and the strong soil of the kitchen garden, and having a quantity of old mortar I should be glad of advice from some of your correspondents before using it. My Peach-house is a lean-to, 40 feet long, with a south-west aspect. I shall plant three trees to cover the front trellis, and the same for the back wall. What are the best six tried kinds?--A. R. W.

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