Planting Plan "A"

On this plan, representing a width of 80 ft. by a depth of 200 ft. stand two semi-detached houses.

The entire boundary is arranged in plantations of shrubbery and are of such varieties as will give a sequence of bloom from early Spring until late Fall, followed by a little interest of color in the berry bearing plants, such as the Barberry, Coral Berry, Snowberry and Cotoneaster.

The perennials are placed along the base of the house, and the varieties suggested, while limited, will provide a goodly quantity of cut flowers for table decoration.

The front lawns may be treated as one lawn to advantage by omitting numbers 21 and 29, while the rear, for reasons of privacy, is better enclosed by the shrub borders.

A small vegetable garden is placed at the rear, separated by a hedge, which will also form a background to the plantations in front of it.

Between the rear lawn and the vegetable garden a small arbor is suggested in which seats may be placed at the sides.

Either climbing Roses, Clematis or annual vines should be planted as the decoration for the arbor.

For laundry purposes a movable drier is indicated in the center of the grass plot. This is easily put up and taken down as occasion may require, and is infinitely better than the unsightly posts.

On the scale given below the plan 16 equals 8 ft.; 32 equals 16 ft.; 64 equals 32 ft.

Key To Plan "B"

Key

No.

Quan

Variety

Common Name

1.

3.

Pyracantha coccinea Leland

Evergreen Thorn

2.

5.

Abelia grandiflora

Hybrid Abelia

3.

3.

Cornus florida rubra

Pink Dogwood

4.

3.

Cotoneaster Simonsii

Shiny leaved Cotoneaster

5.

3.

Enkianthus japonica

6.

3.

Azalea ledifolium var. leucanthemum

Evergreen White Azalea

7.

6.

Mahonia aquifolia

Oregon Grape

8.

I

Cedrus Deodora

Himalayan Cedar

9.

3.

Laurustinus Tinus

10.

3.

Cotoneaster Augustifolia

II

3.

Nandina japonica

Heavenly Bamboo

12.

7.

Iris Kaempferi

Japanese Flag

13.

I

Camellia japonica

Camellia

14.

5.

Paeonia Festiva Maxima

White Peony

I5.

1.

Spiraea Van Houtei

Van Houtte's Spiraea

16.

8.

Phlox G. A. Strohlein

Orange Red Phlox

17.

1.

Viburnum tomentosum

Single Japanese Snowball

18.

8.

Delphinium hybridum

Larkspur

19.

I

Amygdalus nana

Flowering Almond

20.

8.

Phlox Elizabeth Campbell

Pink Phlox

21.

I

Deutzia Lemoinei

Lemoine's Deutzia

22.

3.

Hydrangea Hortensis (blue)

23.

10.

Chrysanthemum Jardin des Plantes

White Chrysanthemum

24.

6.

Thalictrum Dipterocarpum

Meadow Rue

25.

6.

Eupatorium coelestinum

Hardy Ageratum

26.

9.

Chrysanthemum maximum

Shasta Daisy

27.

I

Robinia hispida

Moss Locust

28.

3.

Abelia grandiflora

Hybrid abelia

29.

3.

Mahonia japonica

Japanese Evergreen Barberry

30.

3.

Ilex crenata -

Japanese Holly

31.

3.

Ilex crenata

Japanese Holly

32.

3.

Mahonia aquifolia

Oregon grape

33.

3.

Jasminum nudiflorum

Jasmine

34.

8.

Bocconia cordata

Plume Poppy

35.

4.

Ilex aquifolia

English Holly

36.

20.

Abelia grandiflora

Hybrid Abelia

37.

2.

Taxus hibernica

Irish Yew

38.

I

Camellia japonica

Camellia

39.

I

Ceanothus Gloire de Versailles

40.

6.

Paeonia rubro-plena

Red Peony

41.

10.

Phlox Wm. Robinson

Pink Phlox

42.

10.

Delphinium hybridum

Larkspur

43.

I

Spiraea arguta

44.

10.

Iris Kaempferi

Japanese Flag

45.

I

Berberis purpurea

Purple Barberry

46.

10.

Chrysanthemum Henry Sesquier

Violet Rose Chrysanthemum

47.

I

Forsythia viridissima

Golden Bell

47

10.

Phlox Elizabeth Campbell

Pink Phlox

48.

I

Syringa Mme. Lemoine

White Lilac

49.

18.

Hypericum calcynum

Aaron's Beard

50.

4.

Nandina japonica

Heavenly Bamboo

51.

5.

Rhododendron Parsons Gloriosa

Rose Bay

52.

7.

Aucuba japonica green

Japanese Laurel

53.

4.

Genista juncea

Spanish Broom

54.

8.

Hydrangea arborescens grandiflora

Hills of Snow

55.

I

Cedrus Deodara

Himalayan Cedar

56.

Quercus coccinea

Scarlet Oak

57.

Cornus florida rubra

Pink Dogwood

58.

Ulmus americana

American Elm

59.

Cedrela sinensis

Key To Plan B 195