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Página 233 - Prontenex, the owner stated that for years they followed the same order of succession at both epochs : those which were first to leaf were also the earliest to lose their leaves. A Chestnut in the gardens of the Tuileries from its habit of early leafing is known as the Vingt Mars ; and M. Henri Vilmorin states that, compared with the other Chestnuts in the gardens, it keeps its leaves beyond the mean time of leaf-fall. M. Vilmorin also observed thirty-four Horse Chestnuts, 150 years old, in a plantation...