Nothing living can blossom into fruitage unless through nourishing stalks deep-planted in the common soil.
It was his function to promote the development and fruitage of plants.
Climates too cold for fruitage in the latter would be too cold for the uniformly safe wintering of crimson clover.
This book is the fruitage of all the years of your faith and work.
All fruit-bearing plants, however, after fruitage, either shed or change the colour of their leaves.
The fruitage afforded by these sounds is both manifold and of price.
A man is a bundle of relations, a knot of roots, whose flower and fruitage is the world.
Plants are thus kept in the dark in order to reserve their fruitage for a fitter season.
They will fall away by and by, of their own accord, for underneath a beautiful truth is beginning to swell to fruitage.
The world has seen its marvellously rapid development and fruitage in Japan.