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LONDON:
41, WELLINGTON STREET, COVENT GARDEN, W.C.

1907.

INDEX OF CONTENTS.

JANUARY TO JUNE, 1907.

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(For SPECIAL HEADINGS See ONDER BookS; Certificates; Law Notes; NURSERY Notes; OBITUARY; PLANT PORTRAITS;

PLANTS, New; Scientific COMMITTEE ; SOCIETIES; AND ILLUSTRATIONS.)
Α:

Arbor Day at Nebraska, U.S.A., BOOKS, NOTICES OF:-A Concise Kitchen Garden (Tom Jerrold),
121

Handbook of Garden Annual and 121 ; Plant Ecology (Rev. Prof. ABBOTSBURY, Dorsetshire, damage Arboretum at Tervueren, 122

Biennial Plants (C. M. A. Peake), George Henslow), 220; Potato by frost at, 174 Arboriculture in Germany, 135

301); Alphabet of Gardening (T. Year-Book (H. Wright and W. H. Ab rcairney, trees and shrubs at,

Ard Cairn, Cork, flowers at, 203 168

W. Sanders), 410; Alpine Plants Ad sett), 25, 48; Potatos (Hon. H. Arpophyllum giganteum, 378 Abies Douglasii as a forest tree,

(W. A. Clark), 90; Beautiful A. Stanhope), 205 ; Progressus Rei Arundo Donax and its forms, 364 Gardens (Walter P. Wright), 239, Botanicæ (Dr. Lotsy), 57 ; Publica74; A. magnifica var. xantho.

Asparagus beds, the making of, 192 269 ; Book of the Open Air (Ed tions Received, 11, 58, 74, 105, 122, carpa, 114, 159; A. nobilis and

Asparagus falcatus, 82 its allies, 144; A. religiosa at

ward Thomas), 222; Botanical 141, 191, 239, 303, 318, 388, 423 ; Asparagus, phosphatic manures for, Magazine, 25, 89, 156, 238, 370 ; Quarterly Journal of Forestry Trevince, 46

41; care needed in cutting, 374 ; British Plants (Dr. Rendle and J. (Prof. Fisher), 57, 301; Ramble's Acacia Decaisniana, 160; A. caffra

culture in the Evesham district, Britten), 285; Chrysanthemums, on the Riviera (Dr. Strasburger), flowering near Pretoria, 20

329; exhibition at Evesham, 370 and How to Grow Them for ExAcacia flowers for the English mar.

69; Recent Progress in the Study Aspidistra punctata, 107

hibition (). B. Wroe), 73; Cocoa. of Variation, Heredity, and Evolu. ket, 74, 145 Auricula Miss Berkeley, 286

nut Planters' Manual (John Fer. tion (R. H. Lock), 53 ; Revue Hor. Academy, pictures at the Royal, Australasia, emigration to, 3

guson), 317; Critical Review of ticole, 25; Royal Horticultural 312 Azara microphylla, 297

the Genus Eucalyptus (1. H. Society's Report on the ConAcantholimon echinus, a cushion

Maiden), 302; Dictionnaire Ico.

ference on Genetics (Rev. W. plant, 311

nographique des Orchidees, 82 ; Wilks, M.A.), 252; Seaside Adaptation of plants to their en.

Die Parthenocarpie oder Jung. Planting of Trees and Shrubs vironment, 332, 372 Adiantum Ferns in Covent Garden

fernfrüchtigkeit der Obstbäume, (A. Gaut), 328 ; Seasonal Botany

(Dr. Richard Ewert), 316 Dil. Market, 150

(Mrs. M. O'Brien Harris), 58 ;

lenian Herbaria (G. Claridge Studio Year-Book of Decora. Afforestation of waste lands, 409

Druce), 191, 284 ; Essai

tive Art, 253; Succulente Euphor. Afghanistan, gardening in, 73

la Flore de la Guinée Française bien (Alwin Berger), 13; Sweet Africa, British Central, summer in,

(M. Pobéguin), 86 ; Etudes sur la Pea Annual, 42; Text Book of 2:29, 262

Flore du Baset du Moyen-Congo

Plant Diseases (George Massee), Agapanthus as a hardy plant, 256

B
E. de Wildeman), 298; Farming

222 ; The Book of the Open Air, Agaves, a disease of, 389

BACTERIA in soil, 386
College,

for Ladies (Edith Park), 222 ;
Agricultural
South-

285; The Book of Vegetables "Baker, J. G., awarded the Veitchian Fern Dimorphism (Dr. Christ), (Allan French), 342; The Dille. Eastern, 139, 253, 333 medal, 104, 188 310; Floral Designs (W. D. Wilt.

nian Herbaria (Claridge Druce), Agricultural Education Committee, Bamboo, a hardy, 145

shire), 301; Flore de France 281; The Flowers and Trees of 205, 302, 317, 371, 388, 408 Banana, a hardy, 101

(Abbé Coste), 69; Forest Flora of Palestine (Augusta A. Temple), Agricultural Exhibition at Nice, 42

Bank, a dry, plants suitable for, 271 New South Wales (J. H. Maiden), 285); The Modern Carnation Agricultural research, donations to,

Bank Holidays and flower show ar 301; Fruit-Farming for Profit (Hayward Mathias and P. Smith), 63, 190

rangements, 222

in Agriculture at Cambridge, 40;

(Geo. Bunyard), 90 ; Gardening 136; The Perpetual Flowering Bassia latifolia, the Mohwa tree, Year-Book (Geo. Gordon), 90 ;

Carnation (Montagu C. Allwood), 1906, 26 207, 223

Greenhouse and Alexandria, horticulture at, 286

Conservatory,

370 ; The Principles of Horticul. Bayford, C. A., presentation to, 89 Construction and Heating (Paul

ture (Wilfred Mark Webb), 247 ; Algæ, collection of, presented to

Beans, butter or wax-podded, 288 ; N. Hasluck), 247; Game and The Unheated Greenhouse (Mrs. Birmingham University, 73 stringless and haricot, 201 Game Coverts (John Simp

K. L. Davidson), 366; Trading Almond, early flowering of the, 191 Bedding plants, the effective ar

son), 418; Haandbogi Norges

Made Easy (Charles A. Houfe), Alnus incana aurea, 105

rangement of, 261, 279

Flora (Axel Blytt), 42; Hand 140; Transactions of the Royal Aloe pallida, 156 Bedding, sub-tropical, 337; sum buch der

Pflanzen-krankhei.

Scottish Arboricultural Society, 26 Aloes in flower at Kew, 26

mer, in public parks, 337

ten (Dr. Soraurer), 209; How I Boring pests of fruit trees, 318 Alpine garden at Kew, 185, 365 Beech, purple, the hardiness of, 373

Work My Small Garden (F. E. Alpine garden, the, 21, 100, 198,

Botanical nomenclature, interna. Beeches, South American species Green), 206; How to Study Wild tional rules of, 17 249, 264, 297, 379, 404, 418 of, 42

Flowers (Rev. George Henslow), Botany, economic, at Manchester, Allwood, Montagu C. (The Per. Bees, the management of, 87, 119,

285; Icones Plantarum, 58; In

105 petual-Flowering Carnation), 370 155, 219, 251, 283, 298, 331

dian Trees (Sir Dietrich Brandis),

Bothy accommodation for young Alyssum Mællendorfianum, 418 Begonia Gloire de Lorraine raised

231; Journal of Agricultural gardeners, 122 Amateur gardeners and horticul.

from seed, 29, 45, 61, 94, 141, 145, Science, 56; Icones Selectae Bramble hybrids, 60 tural law, lecture on, 290 176

Horti Thenensis (M. de Wilde.

Brandis, Sir Dietrich America, Arbor Day celebrations

(Indian Begonia Limminghei, 247

man), 231; Journal of Forestry, Trees), 231 in, 121 ; British gardeners in, 73, Belgian horticulturists, 121

57, 301; Journal of the Kew Brandegee herbarium presented to 80, 205 Benevolent Institution, Gardeners'

Guild, 56 ; Journal of the Royal

California University, 10 American Goosebery mildew, the, 8,

Royal, 40, 72, 221, 422; annual

Horticultural Society, 42; Kew

Brasso-Lolio-Cattleya Fowleri, 303 24, 29, 43, 60, 139, 238, 269 meeting, 78

Bulletin, 25, 89, 221, 378;

Brazilian Orchids, 191
American Irises, 418
Berberis buxifolia, 412; the gar.

Re.
Lady Dorothy Neville's

Bribe
America, opportunities for
gar.

to gardeners, offered by den species and varieties of, 374,

miniscences (Lady Dorothy foreign nursery firm, 73
deners in, 80, 191
412

Neville),
Landschaftliche

British Central Africa, summer in,
Anchusa italica “Opal,” 387
Berger, Alwin (Succulente Euphor.

Gartengestaltung (Camillo Karl 229, 262 Andrena fulva, a burrowing bee,

bien), 13

Schneider), 21 ; Le Bambou, 11 ; British gardeners in the United 320

Berlin, international horticultural Anemone blanda var. scythinica,

Les Cattleya Traite de Culture States, 73, 80, 205 exhibition at, 284; Old Botanical

Pratique (Leon Duval), 36; Life British Guiana, exports of rice 297

> Garden sold, 317 Ansellia gigantea, 362

and Flowers (Maurice Maeter. from, 410 Bill, Destructive Insects and Pests,

linck),

301 ; Apiary, the management of the, 87,

Lindenia,

12;

Britten, J., and Dr. Rendle (British 317

Manual of Forestry (Dr. Schlich), Plants), 285 119, 155, 219, 251, 283, 298, 331 Biology, economic, 11

191 ; Mendelism (R. C. Punnett), Broccoli, spring, 241 Apple and Pear culture in Co. Cork, Bird life in London, 146

158; Mission Emile Laurent (E.

Brown-rot of fruit, 379 19 Bird-lime, to make, 148

de Wildeman), 298; Missouri Brussels Botanic Apples: Ard Cairn Russet, 174 ;

Garden, fern. Birds and buds, 288

Botanical Garden Report, 42;

house in, 312 Aus Lunow, 384 ; Cox's Orange Birmingham, flower shows at, 284,

Mitteilungen der Dendrologischen Bryophyllum calycinum, 422 Pippin, 408; Encore, 3; High 351 ; public parks, 302; Univer

Gesellschaft, 1906 Canons, 133; Lord Grosvenor

(Graf

Buds destroyed by birds, 288 sity presented with a collection of

Schwerin), 133 ; My Garden Diary

Bulb-mite, to destroy, 77 and Manx Codlin, 206; MinAlgæ, 73

(Sutton & Sons), 56; National Bulbs, Guernsey, 57 chull Crab, 94, 107 ; Ontario,

Blackberries and Raspberries, 33, 247 ; Ross Nonpareil, 182; the

Chrysanthemum Society's Year. Bulgaria, the vegetable products of, 60, 77

388 seedless, 59, 105; seedless, in

Book (C. 71. Curtis and C. H.
Black Currant-bud mite, the, 221 ; a

Bunyard, Geo. (Fruit-Farming for America, 285

Payne), 239; National Rose So.

remedy for, 56, 145, 193 Apples, some late-keeping, 223, 247 Black-rot of Cabbages, 371

ciety's Annual, 115; Nature's Profit), 90 Apple sucker, the (Psylla Mali), 338 Blair Castle, trees and shrubs at,

Own Gardens (Maud U. Clarke), Burbank, Luther, 141
Apricot trees, caterpillars on, 60

153
285; New Garden Plants of the Burdett-Coutts, the late Baroness,

173 Aquatic weeds, to destroy, 140 Blancard Fund, the, 11, 25

Year 1906 (K’ew List), 140; One Araucaria imbricata, the fertilisa Blepharocalyx spiræoides, 156

and All Gardening (E. 0. Green Burn, John, Mr., 238 tion of, 209; with upright basal Boiler, the Cornish Trentham, 180; ing), 56; Ootheca Wolleyana Business, how to start a nursery, growths, 100, 126, 160 the Deflecta, 107; incrusted, 16

243 (Prof. Alfred Newton), 205; Our

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89;

V.

31 ;

290;

ding plants to destroy mealy

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H. G. Alexander, 161; B.-C. Unique, 358; Pyrus (Cydonia) Cottage gardeners, competitive
Pluto,

Brasso.Catt.-Lælia
CABBAGES and Cauliflowers, black.

japonica Simonii, 289; Rhodo. medal for, 105
rot disease of, 371

x. Veitchii, 259; Brasso-Lælia dendron amanum Hexe, 160 ; R. Cotton on fruit bushes, simple tool
Cabbage, red, the hardiness of, 373 Gipsy, 290; Brasso-Lælio-Cat. Duke of Cornwall, 194; R. in to fasten, 76, 126
Cabbages, autumn and winter, 13; tleya "Fowleri,” 290; B.-L.-C. tricatum (nigro-punctatum), 225 ; Country garden, the, 11, 83, 134,
bolting and non-bolting, 327

Lido, 354; Caladium Thomas R. Kewense x, 194; Roses: Dr. 210, 281, 346, 377

Tomlinson,
Caiophora coronata, 156

358; Calceolaria William Gordon, 358; Pharisær, Covent Garden Market, return of
Calabash used for making pipes, 134 Veitch's Hybrid, 426 ; Carna. 258; Richmond, 161 ; Saxifraga "empties,” 350
Caladiums, variegated, raising, 125

tions: Jessica, 289; Marmion, aizoon rosea, 358; S. Burseriana Cricket, gardeners excel at, 373
Calanthes, deciduous, the culture 358; The Squire, 426; Cattleya Gloria, 194 ; Sophro-Lælia-Phroso Crick, Mr., diamond wedding cele.
of, 90

Maggie Raphael alba, 31; C. superba, 259; Spathoglottis Col. bration of, 254
Calceolarias, a monograph of the Mendeli Francis Wellesley, 393 ; manii aureum, 161; Sweet Peas Cripple children, a fund to aid, 317
species of, 254

C. Mossiæ Princess of Wales, Carmine Paradise, 427 ; Evelyn Crocuses at Hampton Court, 205
Calcutta Botanic Garden, 25

354; C. Trianæ Mooreana, 226; Hemus, 427; Syringa Josikæa Crops and weather influences, 57
California, herbarium presented to, C. T. The Premier, 161 ; Cirrho. eximia, 392 ; Tulips: Gorgeous, Croquet lawn, how to plan a, 2-8

10; the Onion seed crop in, 388 petalum gracillimum, 427; Clivia 358; Le Grandeur, 289; Verbena Culinary plants of the tropics, 42
Callas (Richardia africana) planted miniata var. citrina, 322 ; Colo Aubletia compacta, 358

Cultural memoranda, 51, 314
in an open lake at Byram Park, syne asperata, 427; C. Colmanii Ceylon Botanic Garden, 215

Currant-bud mite, the, 221 ; de-
3:20
X, 109; Coleus Cordelia, 426 ; Ceylon, rubber culture in, 11

stroyed by lime and sulphur, 56,
Callipsyche mirabilis, 101

Cymbidium Colmanæ, “Edensice Chamærops Fortunei, 254 ; C. hu. 145 ; a cure for, 193
Caltha palustris “polypetala," 256 variety," 195; Cymbidium in milis, a European Palm, 213 Cushion plants, 311
Cambridge University farm, 40

signe, "Glebeland's variety," Chenopodium Bonus-Henricus as a Cuttings, propagation by means of,
Camellia, a large, in Leonardslee 161 ; Cypripedium Dicksonianum, vegetable, 287

Gardens, 208; the hardiness oi 161; C. “Mrs. Francis Welles. Cherry, Early Rivers, 67
the, 193, 374, 389

ley," 161; C. Tautzianum nigri. Chicago, University, gifts to, 105 bug, 46
Camellias out-of-doors, the culture cans, 62; C. tibeticum, 353; C. Childrick, an old Cedar at, 223 Cyclamen, a malformed, 94 ; cul-
of, 297
vill.-exul., 161 ; Cyrtomium falca. China, a letter from, 422

ture of, 132
Campanula garganica hirsuta alba, tum Rochfordii, 160; Cytisus Chionoscilla “ The Queen,” 249 Cyclamen latifolium, the wild form
404
Firefly, 358; Davallia brazilien Chittenden, F. J., 56, 233

of, 207
Canada, fruit prospects in, 387 sis, 392; Dendrobium chryseum Chlorophyll, the action of, in rela. Cydonia japonica rosea, 271
Canker, Rose, 313

giganteum,

Dendrobium tion to light and temperature, Cypripedium Actæus langleyense,
Canterbury, a pinetum at, 305 Wilsonii, 290; Ervum gracile, 254

12 ; C. A. Tracey's variety, 12;
Cape Colony, fruit culture in, 239 426 ; Freesia Chapmanii, 160 ; F. Choisya ternata at Fir Grange Gar. C. californicum, 418; C. insigne
Carbolineum, a spray for fruit trees, Tubergenii Amethyst,

258;

dens, 382; flowering three times “ Clare Dow," 21 ; C. Miss Dora
14
Gladiolus atro-violaceus, 322; during 1906, 10, 53

Webb, 132 ; C. Morganiæ, 66; C.
Carbon supply of plants, a puzzle, Haberlea rhodopensis var.

vir. Christ, Dr. (Fern Dimor phism), 310 Mrs. Sutton Willoughby, 66
277, 304, 374
ginalis, 322 ; Hartwegia purpurea,

Christmas Roses (Helleborus), the Cypripediums at Willow Wood, 100
Cardiff City gardeners, 173
427 ; Hippeastrum Lady Howick, proper time to shift, 94

Cytisus albus, 364; C. X Beanii,
Carnation flowers, a sheath for, 73 225; H. Mrs. Carl Jay, 392 ; H. Chrysanthemum sports, peculiari. 313
Carnation house, best kind of, 125

Vulcan, 225 ; Hydrangea arbores. ties in, 37, 301
Carnation pest (Alternaria sp.), 371 cens var. grandiflora, 322; Irises : Chrysanthemums at the "market
Carnations, American winter-flow. Aspasia, 160; X Caterina, 392 ; show, 5; how to pack for transit,

ering, 190; at Porter's Park, 174; King of the Whites, 426; X 5; for cut blooms, 182; for exhi.
at Swan Lane Nurseries, 38; Luna, 322; l'Unique, 426; Me. bition, a list of, 59; single DAFFODIL, “blindness" in, 107,
fraudulent sale of, 211, 241, 256 ; lusine, 160; Mrs. W. T. Ware, flowered, 8

193
in America, 139; manure for, 426; paracina, 392; Kalanchoe Churchill, G. C., the late, 25

Daffodils, the pollination of, 271
396; select varieties for winter. Dyeri, 108; Lachenalia May

Cinerarias with revolute florets, 222

Dahlem, biological institute at, 317
flowering, 93 ; suitable structure Crosbie,

Lælia
anceps

Clarke, Maud U. (Nature's Ouin Dahlias, an American paper de-
for, winter-flowering,

Schröderæ

Ruby,”
Gardens), 285

voted to, 238; grafted, 254
French note on, 301

62; Lælio-Cattleya

Baroness

Clark, W. A. (Alpine Plants), 90 Dalkeith Palace, trees and shrubs
Carrots, winter and spring, 66

Schröder, Westonbirt variety, Claydon Park, Bucks, 49
Carson, D., presentation to, 203 226; L.-C. Frederick Boyle var. Clayton, H. J., retirement of, 190

Daphne ordora (indica) varieties
Cassia auriculata, a Tea plant, Kerchoveæ, 290; L.-C. Gany.

Clematis montana, 412

rubra and alba, 101, 193
334
mede, 290; L.-C. Golden Glory,
Climate and vegetation, 42

Davidson, Mrs. K. L. (The Un-
Castle Kennedy, trees and shrubs 353; L.-C. Lawrie, 226; Lis-

Climatic effect on plants in the heated Greenhouse), 366
sochilus giganteus, 427; Loni. Himalayas, 408

Debts owing to fruit-growers for
Catalpa cordifolia, 217

cera Maackii, 392; Lycaste Bal.
Cobnuts and Filberts, culture of, 81

produce, 286
Cat as a scarecrow, 160, 189, 211 liæ, South Lodge variety, 161 ;

Cocoanut planting for profit, 317 Decimal system of weights and
Caterpillars on Apricot trees, 60 Magnolia Soulangeana nigra,

Cocoanut, the seedless, 285

measures, 190
Cats in the garden, 160, 211

Maxillaria grandiflora,

Colchicum autumnale, 56, 144; C. Dendrobium Dartoisianum, 198;
Cattleya fiy, the 94
62; Meconopsis racemosa, 392 ;

crocifolium,

198;

Colchicum, D. fusiforme, 337; D. nobile
Cattleyas, white, the breeding of, Miltonia vexillaria chelsiensis species of, at Kew, 56; the with more than 200 flowers, 230;
21
superba, 393; M. v., Westonbirt planting of, 80

D. thyrsiflorum Galliceanum,
Cauliflower and Cabbage rot dis. variety, 353; Narcissi: Ailsa,

Coldrenick, rare trees at, 130

399
ease, 371
289; Aphrodite, 273; Homespun,
Cold storage, 28

Dendrobiums at Fir Grange, 198
Cauliflowers, early varieties of, 247 225; Brilliancy, 273; Corallina,

Colonial appointments, need for Destructive Insects Act, 221
Ceanothus thyrsiflorus at Kew Gar. 273; Glitter, 273; Kestrel, 273; care in accepting, 141

Disease, root-rot, 361
dens, 221
Miss Willmott, 289; Nephrolepis
Colonial notes, 3, 20, 38, 83, 383,

Diseases of fruits, charts illustrat.
Cedar at Childrick, 223
exaltata var. Whitmanii, 108;
410

ing some, 140
Cedars at Kew, the, 25

Odontioda Bradshawiæ,

Colorado Douglas Fir, the, 381 Diseases of plants, 209
Cedrus Deodara around London, Odontoglossum Aliceæ,'

Coltsfoot as a garden plant, 221 Dombeya rotundifolia flowering
128
0. ardentissimum Herbert
Commissions, secret, 351 ; offered

near Pretoria, 20
Celeriac as a winter vegetable, 37 Goodson,” 259; O. a. Robsonæ,

by foreign nurserymen, 284 Douglas Fir, the, and its varieties,
Cereus grandiflorus, 412

353; 0. caloglossum, 62 ; 0.

Commons and footpaths preserva 228, 381 ; as a timber-tree, 53, 74
Ceropegias in cultivation, species cæruleum, 354; O. crispum al-

tion society, 206

Dresden International Horticul.
of, 20
bum, “Orchid Villa” variety,
Conandron ramondioides, 365

tural Exhibition, 173, 238, 253,
226 ; 0. c. Rosemary, 195; 0. c.

Condy's Fluid not permanganate 318
CERTIFICATED FRUITS AND VEGE-

Lily Bourdas, 195; 0. c. Mossiæ,
of potash, 2:24

Drives and walks, the construction
TABLES.-Kale Chou de Russie,

161; 0. c. Solum, 353; O. c.
Conference on plant hardiness and

of, 397, 419
at

acclimatisation
195; Melon Eminence,
xanthotes, 353; 0. c. X. “ White

New York,
427 ;

Druce, Claridge (The Dillenian
Orange Excelsior,

forthcoming, 370
109; Pear
Lady,” 323 ; 0. eximium“King

Herbaria), 281
of England,” 353; 0. ganda-
Congo, plants from the, 25

Drummond
Blickling, 31 ; Strawberry Kentish

Castle, trees and

Conifers, an old work on, 193; at
Favourite, 427
vense, 353; 0. Lady Howick,

shrubs at, 153
195; O. Lambeauianum “Ideal,"

Durris, Aberdeenshire,

Drying and preserving of plants,
109; 0. Thompsonianum super-
smoke and frostproof, 318

the, 372
CERTIFICATED PLANTS. — Acineta

bum, 354; 0. mirum“ Lady

Cordyline australis in Norfolk, Dunkeld, trees and shrubs at, 152
Humboldtii, 290; Actinidia chi. Howick," 161; 0. Othello,

313; C. Banksii in the late Dr.

Durris, Aberdeenshire, Conifers at,
nensis, 358; Agapetes speciosa, 259; O. Prince Edward of Wales,

Ramsay's garden, 120

217
258; Amphicome Emodi, 426 ; 290 ; 0. Roi d'Angleterre, 226;

Cordylines, garden species of, 122
Auriculas : Brightness, 258; Miss

Cornwall, frost in, 77, 93, 141
Berkeley, 238; "Henry

0. Ruby, 62; 0. venustulum
MOT

"Apollo,” 109; Oncidium leucho. Corridor, plants suitable for a, 112,
shall,"
Azalea Mme. chilum

228
'Mr. F. J. Hanbury,”

E
Anthony Koster, 358 ;
Bego 323; Papaver Princess Ena,

Corynostylis Hybanthus, 101
nias: Lady Cromer, 358; Mrs.

EEL-WORMS, gas lime as a remedy
358; Jennie Mawson,
Cosmeas, hybrid, the cultivation of,

for, 15
J. C. Gwillim, 358 ; Rhoda Pope,

294
358 ; Wm. Marshall, 358 ; Brasso.
Phaio-Calanthe Colmannii, 31 ;

Egypt, horticulture in, 300
Plocoglottis Lowii, 427 ; Pri.
Cattleya

Cote House gardens, Schizanthus Elæis guineensis var. Lisombe, 394
Digbyano-Schröderæ mula Cockburniana, 258 ; P.
"Fowler's variety," 290 ; B.-C.

Electricity used for killing vine
stellata (strain), 160 ; P.
Cotoneaster rotundifolia, 231

pests, 388

160 ;

96;

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at, 168

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