Origin of bottom heat
Examples from the Web for bottom heat
It is generally budded on an orange or lemon tree and plunged in a bottom-heat.
Cuttings of the young wood planted in sand, and having a bottom-heat, will strike.
It requires to be grown in loam and peat, and may be increased by cuttings planted in sand, under glass, in a bottom-heat.
Place them in a frame with bottom-heat, and water and syringe them moderately while they are growing.
It grows well in peat and loam, and is increased by seed or by cuttings of the young shoots in spring in bottom-heat.