Those marked with an asterisk are adapted for small collections.

I. Cherries For Gardens

These all succeed well in the open ground, or as espaliers; and those for dessert use are worthy of being grown against a wall, when they are much improved both in quality and earliness.

For Dessert Use.

June.

Belle d'Orlťans *Early Purple GeanEarly Jaboulay

Early Lyons

Early Red Bigarreau

Early Rivers

Werder's Early Black

Bowyer's Early Heart

July.

Knight's Early Black *Black Tartarian "Waterloo Governor Wood Belle de Choisy

Transparent

Frogmore Early

Bigarreau de Mezel *May Duke

Jeffreys' Duke

Clevelaud Bigarreau

Rockport Bigarreau

Black Eagle

BohemianBlackBigarreau *Elton

Oceola

Royal Duke

Delicate

Duchesse de Palluau

Monstrous Heart

Joc-o-sot

Mammoth *Mary Bigarreau

August. Florence Kennicott Red Jacket Tecumseh Late Duke

September. Coe's Late Carnation BŁttner's Yellow Bigarreau deHildesheim Rival Belle Agathe

For Kitchen Use.

*Kentish Griotte de Chaux

*Belle Magnifique *Morello

II. Cherries For Orchards

These being vigorous-growing and hardy varieties, and all, in various degrees, abundant bearers, are well adapted for orchard planting.

Early Prolific Knight's Early Black Black Tartarian Adams's Crown May Duke Elton Black Hawk

BŁttner's Black Heart

Kentish

Mammoth

Mary

Bigarreau

Amber Gean

Late Duke Kennicott Red Jacket Rival Tecumseh Belle Agathe