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He inherited his father's love of botany and horticulture. He took a prominent part in many horticultural organizations and in 1830 wrote with his father, Treatise on the Vine, a work of great importance. In 1831 he issued Pomological Manual in two volumes, an important treatise on all fruits except apples. This was followed by Manual of Roses in 1846.
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He inherited his father's love of botany and horticulture. He took a prominent part in many horticultural organizations and in 1830 wrote with his father, ''Treatise on the Vine'', a work of great importance. In 1831 he issued ''Pomological Manual'' in two volumes, an important treatise on all fruits except apples. This was followed by ''Manual of Roses'' in 1846.
  
 
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He inherited his father's love of botany and horticulture. He took a prominent part in many horticultural organizations and in 1830 wrote with his father, Treatise on the Vine, a work of great importance. In 1831 he issued Pomological Manual in two volumes, an important treatise on all fruits except apples. This was followed by Manual of Roses in 1846.