Historical Garden Books – 57 in a series – The Garden magazine, April 1920

Historical Garden Books – 57 in a series – The Garden magazine, April 1920

Historical Garden Books - 57 in a series - The Garden magazine, April 1920Historical Garden Books - 57 in a series - The Garden magazine, April 1920

Historical Garden Books - 57 in a series - The Garden magazine, April 1920Historical Garden Books - 57 in a series - The Garden magazine, April 1920

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Table of Contents

COVER DESIGN: THE EASTER LILY – Herbert Brown

WELCOME IS SUCH SHADE AS THIS AND SUCH A
VISTA AFTER THE GLARE OK FULL SUN ON A
HOT DAY ! —– 89

Photograph by John W. Gillies
A LIVING PILLAR OF FIRE, WITHOUT EXCEPTION

THE FINEST ROSE OF ITS TYPE IN THE

WORLD— THE CLIMBING ROSE EXCELSA – – 90

Photograph by The J. Horace McFarland Co.
HERE WHERE THE ASCENT IS LOST IN GLOOM OF

OVERTOPPING PINES BROODS THE STILL

MYSTERY OF A TEMPLE PATH – 91

Photograph by Mattie E. Hewitt

PLANT BRIEFS – – – 92

ROSES REMADE FOR AMERICA – J. Horace McFarland 93

Photographs by The J. Horace McFarland Co., Ernest

Crandall, and others

YOUR PRIVET HEDGE Charles Clark 99

FLIGHTS AND FRIVOLS OF THE APHIDS

Edith M. Patch 100

Photographs by the author
GROWING LIMAS THAT ARE FIT FOR LUCULLUS

Adolph Kruhm 102

Photographs by the author
THE BEST CULTURE FOR LIMAS – Archibald Rutledge 103
INTELLIGENT USE OF FERTILIZERS —— 104

A NEW DISCOVERY FOR THE LILY LOVER – – – – 105

Photographs by E. A. White
LILIES MADE TO ORDER – – Howard Ellsworth Gilhey 107

Photograph by Arthur G. Eldredge and others
WHY THE HOUSEKEEPER GARDENS

Sarah M. McCollom 109

Photographs supplied by the author
A LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR A COMPLETE PLACE

J. M. Rost 1 1 1
SELECTIONS FROM THE NOVELTY OFFERINGS 6″F

THE SEASON – – – – – – 112

A LATTICE GARDEN SHELTER SEEN IN FRANCE

E. C. Stiles 1 1 4
THE ROMANCE OF OUR TREES— VII. THE BEECHES

Ernest H. Wilson 1 1 5

Photographs by Charles Sanwald and others
ROSES THAT CLIMB ARE ADAPTABLE Sherman Duffy 120

Photograph by the author
ROSES IN THE TEMPERAMENTAL ZONES C. L. Meller 121

Photograph by the author
VIEWS IN THE GARDEN OF WELD – – 122

Photographs by Mattie E. Hewitt and Mary H. Northend
TENDER ANNUALS FROM SEED – – – N. R. Allen 124

AMONG OUR GARDEN NEIGHBORS – 125

THE OPEN COLUMN —— – 126

THE MONTH’S REMINDER 128

BLACKBERRIES FOR WHERE YOU LIVE E . 1 . F arringion 130
THE LURE OF THE SEEDLINGS ——– 134

NEW GLADIOLUS REGISTERED – 134

THREE WAYS TO GET RID OF DANDELIONS – – – 136
HOW TO MAKE A “CROSS” – – – – – H. E. Cilkey 138
WHEN MULTIPLICATION IS NOT VEXATION

Sherman R. Duffy 140
THE AMERICAN ROSE SOCIETY – – – E. A. While 142
TRAINED INSPECTORS NEEDED

Massachusetts Horticultural Society 144

MARKING DRILLS C. E. Curtis 146

PATRIOTIC COLOR NOTES – – – Mrs. R. W. Walters 146
HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL —– Kate B. Burton 148
CREOSOTE LENGTHENS LIFE OF FENCE POSTS – – 148

SALVAGE FROM WEEDS – – – – 150

A HANDY ROSE GROWERS’ MANUAL —— 152

WHAT IS A GROUND COVER? – Stephen F. Hamblin 152
HOW TO TREAT LETTUCE PLANTS

Emily Halson Rowland 152

Leonard Barron, Editor



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