10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EADISH»
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Eadish. —. The Badish delights in a warm, mellow soil, and cannot be grown in
cold, damp ground ; especially is this the case if Bown early. To be worth eating,
tho radish. must make a quick growth. The best variety we know of is the Rose ...
The Vegetable Garden: Illustrations, Descriptions, and ...
Early Scarlet Turnip Radish (Radis Bond Rose Hatif). — Boot more flattened than
that of the preceding kind, well rounded underneath, having only a very slender,
small tap-root, and resembling the ordinary Scarlet Turnip Eadish in the colour ...
Vilmorin-Andrieux et cie, 1885
The West Virginia Hand-Book and Immigrant's Guide
Beans, Beet, Borecole, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower
, Celery, Cress, Cucumber, Eggplant, Endive, Gourd, Horse Eadish, Jerusalem
Artichoke, Lettuce, Love Apple, or Tomato, Mangel Wurzel, Melons of every ...
Lessons in elementary botany, the part on systematic botany ...
All Crucifers are wholesome, and many are anti-scorbutic. Amongst those in
household use are — Turnips, Eadish (root) ; Kohl-rabbi (stem) ; Horse-radish (
rhizome) ; Mustard, Cress, Cabbage, Watercress, Sea-Kale (herbage) ;
Daniel Oliver, George Henslow, 1864
Canadian Fruit, Flower, and Kitchen Gardener: A Guide in All ...
When the hot weather of summer sets in, the Eadish is apt to be too pungent to
be agreeable, and is better flavored at this time if grown as much in the shade as
possible. The seed is sometimes sown broadcast, but more commonly in drills ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of ...
Sir y. Sinclair' j Stat. Ac:. XI. 463. The population, in 1801, was 899. EDDESLEY,
a village in Shropshire. It.) EDD1NGTON, near Hungerford, Berk/h. ( ..) Eddington
, near Weslbury, Wiltshire. EDDISH, Eadish, or Eag»ass. See Eadish.
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, 1816
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the ...
The population, in 1 lot, was 899. EDDESLEY, a village in Shropshire. (1.)
EDD1NGTON, near Hiingerford, Berk/h. (*.) Eddington, near Westbnry, Wiltshire.
EDDISH, Eadish, or Eagrass. See EadISH. EDDISTO, or Ponpon, a large river of
Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the ...
Sir J. Sinclair's Stat. Acc. XI. 465. The popu- latioru in 1801, was 899. EDDE3LEY
, a village in Shropshire. < 1.) EDD1NGTON, near Hungerford, Berksti. (i.)
Eddinoton, near Westbury, Wiltshire. EDDISH, Eadish, or Eagkass. See Eadish.
Practical Gardening, Vegetables and Fruits
1 Pint S, Corn, 1 Pkt. Lettuce, Tennisball. Golden Bantam. Black Seeded 1 Pkt.
Lettuce, All Seasons. 1 Pkt. Onion, Yellow Globe Danvers. % Pint Peas, Thos.
Laxton. % Pint Peas, Alderman. 1 Oz. Eadish, White Icicle, 1 Oz. Eadish,
Market Growers Journal
Nothing but red Eadishes are sown, as I find the consuming public feels cheated
if they don't get a red Eadish. Crimson Giant is sown so as to have round
Radishes until July 15, then the Cincinnati Market is used until Thanksgiving. The