the upper end of the pared part towards the pith. The scion ... The use of tongueing is merely to steady the scion and to prevent its slipping.a Fig. ... The stock is first cut over at the height at which the scion is to be put on, as shown at \ \ . alit Fig.
|Title||:||The Amateur Gardener's Calendar: a monthly guide, etc|
|Author||:||Mrs. Loudon (Jane)|