The Denison Daily Herald
Tuesday, January 15, 1907
How to Grow Miniature Oaks
Secure a good ripe acorn and suspend it by a piece of cord within half an inch or so of water, contained in a glass. There
let it stay, for if permitted to stay without disturbance for a few months it will burst, send a root into the water and shoot upward a straight, tapering stem covered with beautiful little green leaves. In this manner a young oak tree can be cultivated and become an interesting object to all who behold it. As soon as the plant has made its appearance, it will be found beneficial to change the water frequently.
Flora & Fauna
Elaine Nall Bay
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