(7-column head) One hundred years ago this week there was launched at New York the ship Savannah, which may be called the father of the scores of steamers that are now carrying our soldiers and supplies from the New World to the Old World. ... Read more of CENTENNIAL OF THE FIRST STEAMSHIP TO CROSS THE ATLANTIC at Difficult.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Sow the seed late in autumn in well-drained boxes oflight, rich mould; cover it very lightly, place under glass, and water sparingly, but give enough to keep the plants moist. The seed requires no artificial heat to germinate it. The roots should be divided each year as soon as they have flowered, and fresh soil given. The single varieties only are florists' flowers. The Polyanthus is a species of primrose, grows best in a rather shady position in a loam and peat compost, and produces its flowers in May. Height, 6 in.





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