With 8 full-page illustrations in full color, 12 full-page half-tones, and numerous drawings. 16mo, cloth, $1.00 net; leather, $1.25 net.

This is a comprehensive and authoritative study of the early wild flowers of the Northern States. Its descriptions and accounts of the growth of some one hundred and thirty or so flowers, written with extraordinary skill, precision, and sympathy, admirably illustrated and indexed, have been compressed into a pocket volume exactly suited for the purposes of the botanist.

Our Native Trees And How To Identify Them

With 178 full-page plates from photographs and 128 text drawings. $2.00 net.

"The book is one which should add new interest to the coming summer for many to whom Nature is practically a sealed book, as well as heighten the pleasure of Others to whom she has long been dear." - New York Times.

Charles Scribner's Sons

Our Northern Shrubs And How To Identify Them

With 205 photographic plates and 35 pen-and-ink drawings. $2.00 net.

"The photographs, all of shrubs in flower or fruit, are very beautiful, and so clear as to make identification perfectly simple." - The Dial.

Our Garden Flowers

With 90 full-page illustrations from photographs and 186 illustrations from drawings. $2.00 net.

"The author has cleverly grouped together the various families and the reader will find within her pages all the information he may require, well presented and accompanied by excellent illustrations." - Philadelphia Ledger.

The Well-Considered Garden

By Mrs. Francis King

President Women's National Agricultural and Horticultural

Association

Preface by Gertrude Jekyll

Profusely illustrated. $2.00 net.

"To the whole race of flower-gardeners, this book, with its fifty illuminating photographs, will bring boundless pleasure and its study will yield rich return." - New York Evening Sun.

Charles Scribner's Sons