Photograph of a budded citrus tree, ca.1910. The small tree is at center and resembles a stick protruding from the dirt. A small branch has been grafted onto the side of the trunk. The leaves of another tree are visible in the background at left. The soil around the base of the tree is rocky. The picture file card reads "When the bud has 'taken hold', a month later, the tape is removed and the top of the tree cut off. The strength of the root stock is thus forced into the bud growth and the whole tree eventually develops into a tree having the characteristics of the one from which the bud was secured".