1. Hawthorn, Lilac and Eugenia latifolia.

2. Cypress.

3. Rock-work with Ferns.

4. Rpck-work with Ferns.

5. Acer Schwedleri.

6. Acer Schwedleri.

7. Rhododendron.

8. Large Palm.

9. Rhododendron and Azalea.

10. Rhododendron Catawbiense, Camellia and Aucuba Ja-ponica.

11. Maple.

12. Linden.

13. Eucalyptus ficifolia and Nerium splendens.

14. Escallonia and Buxus sempervirens.

15. Escallonia.

16. Orange.

17. Lemon.

18. Olive.

19. Redwood, Philadelphia and Cydonia Japonica.

20. Redwood and Viburnum (Snowball).

21. Orange.

22. Border for Vegetables.

23. Fig.

24. Peach.

25. Plum.

26. Apricot.

27. Apricot.

28. Peach.

29. Plum.

30. Cherry.

31. Cherry.

32. Pear. 33. Apple. 34. Nectarine. 35- Pear.

36. Apple.

37. Pear.

38. Apricot.

39. Acacia latifolia.

40. Acer campestre and Acacia floribunda.

41. Grevillea robusta.

42. Maple.

43. Linden and Coprosma Baueriana.

44. Coprosma Baueriana.

45. Corynecarpus laevigatus.

46. Araucaria imbricata and Juniper.

47. Cryptomeria Japonica and Cryptomeria elegans.

48. Sequoia gigantea and Habrothamnus.

49. Pinus, Liquidambar, Erica persoluta alba and Abelia rupes-tris.

50. Pinus, Liriodendron tulipifera, Erica and Honeysuckle.

51. Pepper.

52. Camphor and Choisya ternata.

53. Phcenix Canariensis.

54. Hymenosporum flavum and Holly.

55. Acacia mollissima, Pittosporum eugenioides and Romneya Coulteri.

56. Robinia Bessoniana, Myrtle and Laurus Tinus.

57. Abies and Thuyopsis dolabrata.

58. Prunus Pissardii and Prunus Mume.

59. Araucaria excelsa and Retinospora obtusa.

60. Picea pungens (Blue Spruce).

61. Escallonia rubra.

62. Albizzia Julibrissin and Quercus suber.

63. Libocedrus decurrens, Acacia armata and Azara macro-phylla.

64. Taxus baccata aurea.

65. Weeping Japanese Cherry.

66. Bamboo.

67. Weeping Birch and Spiraea.

68. Redwood.

69. Callistemon.

70. Bamboo.

71. Salisburia adiantifolia Ginkgo and Pittosporum eugenioides.

72. Pittosporum eugenioides and Diervilla rosea.

73. Magnolia and Pittosporum undulatum.

74. Ligustrum ibota, Euonymus aurea and Horse-chestnut.

75. Cedrus Deodora, Cedrus Atlantica and Veronica.

76. Cedrus Deodora, Cedrus Atlantica and Veronica.

77. Lawson Cypress, Veronica decussata and Polygala Dal-maisiana.

78. Large Palm.

79. Cypress hedge.

80. Populus pyramidalis and Populus carolinensis.

81. Espalier for fruit.

82. Leptospermum.

83. Bamboo hedge.

A. A summer house of stone or wood, rustic in design.

B. Six-foot walk.

C. Six-foot walk through Rhododendrons.

D. Eight-foot border in grass.

E. Niche for statuary or sun dial.

F. Low formal basin.

G. Six-foot walk.

H. Formal flower-beds.

I. Space for house-site, one hundred and twenty by one hundred feet.

J. Site for garage or stable.

K. Ten-foot walk leading from house to vegetable garden, covered by an arbor and shaded by grape vines and Wistaria.

L. Range of glass houses.

M. Eighteen-inch walk between the vegetable beds.

N. Vegetable beds.

O. Three-foot walk through vegetable garden.

P. Squares for vegetables.

Q. One of the four squares surrounded by fruit trees, the inside of each to be treated as O and P. Outside of the line of fruit trees, cut flowers for the house may be grown.

R. An espalier for trained fruit trees, showing an eighteen-inch walk, two feet from the espalier.

S. Eighteen-inch alleyway for the use of the gardener in working on the espalier.

T. Twenty-five foot border surrounding the vegetable garden, to be used for small vegetables.

U. Fifteen-foot road.

V. Hexagonal summer house of rustic design, of either stone or wood and encircled by a small walk.

W. Four-foot walk, girdling lake.

X. Small lake from two to three feet in depth.

Y. A formal gateway.

NOTE. - All walks in the vegetable garden are to be edged with dwarf box.