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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 73

Grapes grown out of doors

Grapes grown out of doors

equal in bunch and berry to anything that I have seen in the northern districts grown under glass. Not only could splendid fruit be grown in all these districts for drying, but also for canning. At Cromwell, Mr. M 'Cracken showed me apricots and nectarines bottled and put up equal to any put up in California. The best looked-after orchard that I saw in the Central Otago districts was Mr. Dawson's, at Conroy's Gully. It is kept in a high state of cultivation, and all his trees are producing very fine crops.