Definition of Dwarfest
1. dwarf [adj] - See also: dwarf
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Literary usage of Dwarfest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain). (1900)
"... crossed with some of the dwarfest rayless sorts has originated a set of new bedders, which I am convinced in a short time will drive all existing yellow ..."
2. Wood and Garden: Notes and Thoughts, Practical and Critical, of a Working by Gertrude Jekyll (1904)
"Take, for example, one of the dwarfest Agera- tums: what a silly little dumpy, ... And then the dwarfest of the China Asters. Here is a plant (whose chief ..."
3. Studies in Gardening by Arthur Clutton-Brock (1916)
"It varies a good deal in size, and pains should be taken to get the dwarfest variety. There are not many rock plants that flower in autumn, and one of the ..."
4. Alpine Flowers for English Gardens by William Robinson (1870)
"THIS coats the face of rocks and stones with the dwarfest thyme-like verdure — clothes them with living beauty as the Ivy does the mouldering tower, ..."
5. Alpine Flowers for Gardens: Rock, Wall, Marsh Plants, and Mountain Shrubs by William Robinson (1910)
"It is quite distinct, deserves a place for the pretty fruit, and should be associated with the dwarfest plants in firm and moist soil. ..."