Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 368
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[indecipherable] coming home to me. I note all you say, & Green will pay every attention to the unpacking. I place my Tree Ferns in summer time out of doors, in groups under a dense [indecipherable] formed of old gnarled Apple trees covered with Clematises & climbing roses & they do well. I have 8 already & their size will form a charming addition. I am by no means sure that in some situations where they would be protected from the worst effect of frosts they might not do out of doors altogether. I trust that your Palm Chamaerops Fortunei [indecipherable] the winter very well I trust the [indecipherable] very well & your family [indecipherable] too.