By HELENA RUTHERFURD ELY
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS FROM PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN IN THE AUTHOR'S GARDEN BY PROFESSOR C. F. CHANDLER
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"A BOOK TO BE WELCOMED WITH ENTHUSIASM BY TEE WILLING NOVICE IN GARDENING . . . REALLY PRACTICAL DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING A CHARMING BUT NOT TOO AMBITIOUS FLOWER GARDEN."-New York Tribune.
"It is never for a moment vague or general, and Mrs. Ely is certainly inspiring and helpful to the prospective gardener."
- Boston Herald.
"Mrs. Ely gives copious details of the cost of plants, the exact dates of planting, the number of plants required in a given space for beauty of effect and advantage to free growth, the protection needed from sun and frost, the precautions to take against injury from insects, the satisfaction to be expected from the different varieties of plants in the matter of luxuriant bloom and length of time for blossoming, and much information to be appreciated only by those who have raised a healthy garden by the slow teachings of personal experience." - N. Y. Times1 Saturday Review.
"In short, gathered in this handy book are the results of many years of hardy gardening." - The New York Herald.
"MRS. ELY IS THE WISEST AND MOST WINNING TEACHER OF THE FASCINATING ART OF GARDEN ING THAT WE HAVE MET IN MODERN PRINT."
- New York Tribune.
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