Ten of the most popular shrubs: Barberry, Berberis vulgaris. Currant, Golden, Ribes aureum. Deuizia gracilis.

Hydrangea paniculata grandiflora. Lilac, Syringa vulgaris. Rhododendron Catawbiense. Snowball, Viburnum Opulus. Spir&a spp. Syringa or Mock-orange, Philadelphus coronarius. Weigela, Diervilla Japonica.

Ten shrubs with fragrant flowers: Alder, White, Clethra alnifolia. Allspice, Carolina, Calycanthus floridus. Amorpha, Fragrant, Amorpha fruticosa, var. fragrans. Currant, Golden, Ribes aureum. Daphne Mezereum. Elder, Sambucus Canadensis. Lilac, Syringa vulgaris. Mock-orange or Syringa, Philadelphus coronarius. Oleaster, Eleagnus argentea. Sheepberry, Viburnum Lentago.

Ten shrubs whose individual flowers are large and showy: Azalea Calendulacea. Azalea rhombic a.

Carolina Allspice, Calycanthus floridus. Magnolia Soulangiana. Magnolia stellata. Rhododendron Catawbiense. Kerria, White, Rhodotypos kerrioides. Rosa rugosa.

Rose of Sharon, Hibiscus Syriacus. Stuartia pentagyna.

The shrubs which are completely covered with small but numerous flowers: Buckeye, Dwarf, Æsculus parviflora. Buttonbush, Cephalanthus occidentalis. Daphne Mezereum. Exochorda, Exorchorda grandiflora. Fringe-tree, Chionanthus Virginica. Judas-tree, Cercis Canadensis. Quince, Japanese, Cydonia Japonica. Smoke-tree, Rhus Qotinus. Spicebush, hindera Benzoin. Thorn, Crataegus Crus-galli.

Six shrubs that blossom for eight or more weeks: Cinquefoil, Shrubby, Potentilla fruticosa. Kerria, Kerria Japonica.

Shrubs that blossom for eight or more weeks - Continued Pepperbush, Sweet, Clethra alnifolia. Red Root, Ceanothus Americanus. St. John's Wort, Hypericum prolificum Staggerbush, Pieris Mariana.

Six shrubs useful for cut flowers:

Almond, Double Flowering, Prunus Ja-ponica. Currant, Golden, Ribes aureum. Deutzia gracilis. Lilac, Syringa vulgaris. Snowball, Viburnum Opulus. Spircea spp.

Six shrubs attractive in fruit:

Barberry, Thunberg's, Berberis Thunbergii. Burning-bush, Euonymus atropurpureus. Currant, Indian, Symphoricarpus vulgaris. Kerria, White, Rhodotypos kerrioides Snowberry, Symphoricarpus racemosus. Strawberry-bush, Euonymus alatus.

Six shrubs attractive in foliage:

Allspice, Carolina, Calycanthus floridus. Golden-bell, Forsythia suspensa. Hydrangea, Oak-leaved, Hydrangea quercifolia. Oleaster, Elceagnus argentea. Raspberry, Flowering, Rubus odoratus. Swallow Thorn, Hippophae rhamnoides.

Six deciduous shrubs attractive during winter: Barberry, Berberis Thunbergii. Bramble, Japanese, Rubus cratcegifolius. Kerria, Kerria Japonica. Kerria, White, Rhodotypos kerrioides. Swallow Thorn, Hippophae rhamnoides. Winterberry, Ilex verticellata.

Six evergreen shrubs:

Juniper, Juniperus communis. Laurel, Mountain, 'Kalmia latifolia. Mahonia, Berberis Aquifolium. Pieris floribunda. Pine, Dwarf, Ptnus pumila. Rhododendron Catawbiense.

Six shrubs attractive because of autumn colors with splendid foliage: Barberry, Thunberg's, Berberis Thunbergii. Burning-bush, Euonymus atropurpureus. Rose, Japanese, Kerria Japonica. Strawberry-bush, Euonymus alatus. Sumac, Dwarf, Rhus coPallina. Willow, Virginia, Itea Virginica.

Shrubs with variously colored foliage:

Numerous horticultural varieties of many species, e.g.:

Purple-leaved Plum, Filbert and Barberry.

Golden-leaved Elderberry, Syringa and Hop-tree.

Variegated-leaved Althea, Weigela, Dogwood.

Shrubs to be protected from the winter sun: Certain evergreens with broad leaves, such as andromeda, mahonia, and some rhododendrons. Planting on a northern exposure or in the shade of evergreens or even very branchy trees is generally effective.

Four shrubs with coloured bark: Bailey's Osier, Cornus Baileyi. Bramble, Japanese, Rubus cratægifolius. Kerria, Kerria faponica. Strawberry-bush, Euonymus Americanus.

Four shrubs that resist drought: Cherry, Sand, Prunus Bessyi. St. John's Wort, Hypericum Kalmianum. Swallow Thorn, Hippophae rhamnoides. Tamarisk, Tamarix Chinensis.

Four shrubs likely to become troublesome by suckering, etc.: Cinquefoil, Shrubby, Potentilla fruticosa. Ozier, Red-twigged, Cornus stolonifera. Raspberry, Flowering, Rubus odoratus. Swallow Thorn, Hippophae rhamnoides.

Four shrubs for warm climates:

Allspice, Carolina, Calycanthus floridus. Camellia, American, Stuariia pentagyna. Oleaster, Elæagnus argentea. Weigela, Diervilla spp.

Four shrubs for cold climates:

Buttonbush, Cephalanthus occidentalis. Daphne Mezereum.

St. John's Wort, Hypericum Kalmianum. Sheepberry, Viburnum Lentago.

Four shrubs suitable for sunny places: Allspice, Carolina, Calycanthus floridus. Indigo, Bastard, Amorpha fruticosa. Oleaster, Elaagnus argentea. Spiraea, Blue, Caryopteris Mastacanthus.

Four shrubs suitable for shady places: Andromeda floribunda. Mahonia, Berberis Aquifolium. Mountain Laurel, Kalmia latifolia. St. John's Wort, Hypericum aureum.

Four shrubs suitable for heavy soil: Cinquefoil, Shrubby, Potentilla fruticosa. Lilac, Syringa vulgaris. Rose of Sharon, Hibiscus Syriacus. Thorn, Crakegus Crus-galli.

Four shrubs suitable for light soil:

Bearberry, Red. Arctostaphylos Uva-Ursi. Cherry, Sand, Prunus pumila. St. Andrew's Cross, Ascyrum hypericoides. St. John's Wort, Hypericum prolificum.

Four shrubs suitable for rocky places: Barberry, Creeping, Berberis repens. Bearberry, Red, Arctostaphylos Uva-Ursi. Crowberry, Empetrum nigrum. Sweet Fern, Comptonia asplenifolia.

Four shrubs suitable for moist soil: Alder, White, Clethra alnifolia. Holly, Mountain, Nemopanthus fascicularis.

Shrubs suitable for moist soil - Continued Spicebush, Benzoin odorijerum. Willow, Virginian, Itea Virginica.

Four shrubs suitable for the seashore: Bearberry, Red, Arctostaphylos Uva-Ursi. Cherry, Sand, Prunus pumila. Swallow Thorn, Hippophaë rhamnoides. Tamarisk, Tamarix Chinensis.

Four shrubs that bloom in April or earlier: Daphne Mezereum. Goldenbell, Forsythia suspensa. Juneberry, Amelanchicr Canadensis. Quince, Japanese, Cydonia Japonica.

Four shrubs that bloom in May: Barberry, Berberis vulgaris. Kerria, White, Rhodotypos kerrioides. Lilac, Syringa vulgaris. Silver bell, Habenaria tetraptera.

Four shrubs that bloom in June:

Amorpha, Fragrant, Amorpha fruticosa, var. fragrans. Corchorus, Kerria Japonica. Deutzia gracilis. Oleaster, Elæagnus argentea.

Four shrubs that bloom in July:

Buttonbush, Cephalanthus occidentalis. Pepperbush, Sweet, Clethra alnifolia. St. John's Wort, Hypericum prolificum. Spiraa Douglasii.

Four shrubs that bloom in August: Alder, Sweet, Clethra alnifolia. Hydrangea paniculata grandiflora. Spiraea, Blue, Caryopteris Masticanthus. Spircea Bullata.

Four shrubs that bloom in September or later: Gordonia pubescens (not fully hardy). Witch-hazel, Hamamelis Virginiana. Spiraea, Blue, Caryopteris Mastacanthus. Spircea conspicua.

Four shrubs less than two feet high: Barberry, Creeping, Berberis repens. Bunchberry, Cornus Canadensis. Daphne Cneorum. St. Andrew's Cross, Ascyrum hypericoides.

Four shrubs between two and five feet high: Barberry, Thunberg's, Berberis Thungergii. Redroot, Ceanothus Americanus. St. John's Wort, Hypericum prolificum. Spiraea, Blue, Caryopteris Mastacanthus.

Four shrubs between five and eight feet high: Barberry, Common, Berberis vulgaris. Goldenbell, Forsythia suspensa. Quince, Japanese, Cydonta Japonica. Rose, Japanese, Kerria Japonica.

Four shrubs between eight and twelve feet high: Buttonbush, Cephalanthus occidentalis. Oleaster, Elæagnus argentea. Silverbell, Halesia tetraptera. Smoke-tree, Rhus Cotinus.

Four shrubs between twelve and twenty feet high: Amorpha, Fragrant, Amorpha fruticosa var. fragrans. Burning-bush, Euonymus atropurpureas. Swallowthorn, Hippophae rhamnotdes. Tamarisk, Tamartx Chinensis.

Four shrubs with white flowers: Deutzia gracilis.

Exochorda, Exochorda grandiflora. Pepperbush, Clethra alnifolia. Silverbell, Halesia tetraptera.

Four shrubs with purple flowers: Daphne Mezereum. Indigo, False, Amorpha fruticosa. Flowering Raspberry, Rubus odoratus. Smoke-tree, Rhus Cotinus.

Two shrubs with blue flowers; Amorpha herbacea. Callicarpa Americana.

Four shrubs with yellow flowers:

Barberry, Common, Berberis vulgaris. Currant, Golden, Ribes aureum. Goldenbell, Forsythia suspensa. Rose, Japanese, Kerria Japonica.

Four shrubs with red flowers:

Currant, Red-flowered, Ribes sanguineum. Diervilla, spp.

Quince, Japanese, Cydonia Japonica. Spiraea Douglasii.

Ten of the most popular hedge plants:

Arbor-vitae, American, Thuya occidentalis. Hemlock, Tsuga Canadensis. Holly, Ilex crenata, var. microphylla. Honeysuckle, Tartarian, Lonicera Tatarica. Locust, Honey, Gleditschia triacanthos. Osage Orange, Maclura aurantiaca. Privet, California, Ligustrum ovaliflorum. Quince, Japanese, Cydonia Japonica. Spruce, Norway, Picea excelsa. Tnorn, Cockspur, Cratcegus Crus-galli.

Four evergreen hedge plants:

Arbor-vitae, American, Thuya occidentalis. Hemlock, Tsuga Canadensis. Holly, Ilex crenata, var. microphylla. Spruce, Norway, Picea excelsa.

Four flowering hedge plants:

Barberry, Thunberg's, Berberis Thunbergii. Deutzia gracilis.

Quince, Japanese, Cydonia Japonica. Spircea prunifolia.

Four deciduous hedge plants: Buckthorn, Rhamnus cathartica. Honeysuckle, Tartarian, Lonicera Tatarica. Lilac, Syringa vulgaris. Thorn, Cockspur, Cratcegus Crus-galli.