The plants on which grafting is practised must be botanically allied, or at all events there must be a similarity in the ... if sown, will not produce plants bearing these varieties of fruit, but they will have a tendency to reproduce the original species, viz., ... Such modes of propagation do not cause debility, and there is no evidence of plants multiplied by division wearing out. ... It is reported that at Chelsea the variegated White Jasmine was budded upon a branch of a fine plant of Revoluteanbsp;...
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