Twelve distinct Hyacinths - 1. Mr Gordon, Niddrie House; 2. John Cur-rie, Parkside Lodge; 3. Duncan Kerr, Glencorse.

Nine distinct Hyacinths - 1. Mr Mattocks, Niddry Mains; 2. Mr Paul, Gilmore Place; 3. Mr Colville, Brae Lodge.

Six distinct Hyacinths - 1. Mr Walker, Rosehall House; 2. Colin Macfarlane, Moredon; 3. Mr Robertson, Seacote House.

Six distinct Hyacinths (amateurs) - 1. Mr W. Young, assistant-secretary to the Society; 2. Mr Paul, Gilmore Place.

Three distinct Hyacinths (amateurs) - Mr Young.

The finest single Hyacinth in the room - Messrs Downie, Laird, & Laing, Edinburgh.

The finest Double Hyacinth in the room - John Currie.

Six Ferns (varieties) - 1. William Thomson, Dalkeith Gardens; 2. John Currie; 3. Mr Milne, Logan Bank.

One Tree Fern - 1. Mr Gordon, Nid-drie.

Four pots or pans, not exceeding 8 inches diameter, Polyanthus Narcissus, sorts - 1. John Currie; 2. Mr Wa-terson, Restalrig.

Six pots or pans, not exceeding 8 inches in diameter, Tulips, sorts - 1. Mr Paul, Gilmore Place; 2. Colin Macfarlane.

Four Pots Crocus, varieties - John Currie.

Three Rhododendrons, varieties, in pots or tubs - John Paterson, Mill-bank.

One standard Azalea - 1. John Currie; 2. Mr Waterson.

Four Azalea Indica, varieties - 1. John Paterson; 2. Mr Marshall, Kingston Grange; 3. Mr Waterson.

Two Azalea Indica, varieties - 1. John Currie; 2. D. Marshall.

Three Azalea Indica, varieties, in pots not larger than 8 inches - J. Paterson.

Two Azalea Indica, varieties, in pots not larger than 8 inches - D. Marshall.

One plant Azalea Indica - 1. J. Paterson; 2. Mr Gordon.

Six Stove or Greenhouse Plants, in flower, excluding Azaleas - 1. J. Paterson; 2. Wm. Thomson; 3. D. Marshall.

Three Greenhouse or Stove Plants, in flower, excluding Azaleas - 1. John Currie; 2. R. Milne.

Two Greenhouse or Stove Plants, in pots not exceeding 9 inches in diameter, excluding Azaleas - 1. John Paterson; 2. D. Kerr.

Four Foliage Plants, excluding Ferns - 1. William Thomson; 2. John Currie; 3. John Paterson.

Two Foliage Plants, in pots not exceeding 9 inches in diameter, excluding Ferns - 1. John Paterson; 2. James Gordon.

The finest Foliage Plant - 1. John Paterson; 2. R. Colville.

The finest Stove Plant in flower - 1. John Currie; 2. John Paterson. Two Epacris - 1. Colin Macfarlane; 2. D. Kerr.

Two Cape Heaths - 1. John M'Kay; 2. John Paterson.

Two Deutzia Gracilis - 1. James Gordon; 2. George Greig.

One Deutzia Gracilis - 1. Jas. Gordon; 2. Jas. Hannah.

Two Herbaceous Plants, in flower - 1. John Paterson; 2. George Greig.

Three Cinerarias, sorts - 1. Colin Macfarlane; 2. John Currie.

Six Camellia Blooms, of sorts - 1. Colin Macfarlane; 2. R. Robertson.

Six Rhododendron Trusses, of sorts - 1. Wm. Pirrie, Dysart.

A Hand Bouquet of Flowers - 1. R. Milne; 2. John M'Kay.

A Table Bouquet of Flowers (open to all) - 1. Downie, Laird, & Laing; 2. Dickson & Co.

Two Standard Mignonette - 1. Duncan Kerr; 2. Alexander Gibson.

Two pots Mignonette - 1. Duncan Kerr; 2. Alexander Gibson.

Three pots Violets - 1. Colin Macfarlane; 2. James Gordon.

Three pots or pans of any size Lily of the Valley - 1. John Paterson; 2. James Gordon.

Three pots or pans of any size Lily of the Valley, not exceeding 8 inches in diameter - 1. John Fraser; 2. D. Marshall.

Four Forced Roses, in pots - 1. John Paterson; 2. James Gordon.

Two Single Chinese Primulas, varieties - 1. James Hannah; 2. R. Milne.

Six pots Hardy Double Primroses, not less than three varieties - Colin Macfarlane.

Two Early Forcing Geraniums - 1. John Currie; 3. James Gordon.

Twelve Cyclamens, not less than six varieties - 1. J. Currie; 2. J.Gordon.

Nine Cyclamens, not less than six varieties - James Gordon.

Six Cyclamens, not less than three varieties - D. Marshall.

One Pine-Apple, in pot or cut - 1. A. Henderson, Thorsby Park; 2. Robert Fowlis, Fardell.

Thirty Strawberries - 1. A. Anderson, Oxenford; 2. John M'Kay, The Glen.

Two Bunches of Crapes - 1. Mr Temple, Balbirnie; 2. C. M'Taggart, Ar-niston.

Twenty-four Apples, cooking, six sorts - 1. John dimming, Aruisfield; 2. John Brunton, Gilmoreton.

Twelve Apples, dessert, three sorts - 1. John Camming; 2. James Gillon, Ormiston.

Twelve Pears, dessert, three sorts - 1. J. Camming; 2. J. Brunton.

The best collection of Vegetables, eight sorts, excluding Cucumbers - 1. james Cordon; 2. Mr Temple, Bal-birnie.

Six heaviest stalks Rhubarb - 1. John Fraser, Belmont; 2. J. H. Por-terfield, Hermitage.

Six head Sea-Kale - 1. J. H. Porter-field; 2. James Gillon.

Three Broccoli - 1. James Gordon; 2. Alex. Anderson, Ratho.

Six Leeks - 1. James Hannah, Burn-head; 2. A. Anderson.

A Pint of Mushrooms - 1. William Thomson; 2. Colin Macfarlane.

Three Cabbage - 1. Cumming, Amis-field; 2. Alex. Gibson, Edmonstone.

Two Cucumbers - George Greig, Craigend Park.

Gardeners And Amateurs #1

Eighteen Hyacinths, not less than twelve sorts - 1, John Co we; 2, George M'Lure; 3, Alexander Kerr. Nine distinct Hyacinths - 1, George Gieig; 2, Duncan Kerr; 3, Robert Lawrie. Six distinct Hyacinths - 1, James Walker; 2, George Lawrie; 3, A. Henderson. Six distinct Hyacinths (Amateurs) - 1, G. M. Robertson; 2, G. L. Brown; 3, George Drummond. Four pots Polyanthus-Narcissus, sorts, pots not exceeding 9 inches - 1, James Spence; 2, Thomas M'Donald; 3, J. Pearson. Nine pots Tulips, sorts, pots not exceeding 9 inches - 1, A. Paul; 2, G. M'Clure; 3, D. Kerr. Six pots Tulips, sorts, pots not exceeding 9 inches - 1, G. Greig; 2. Colin M'Farlane; 3, Robert Johnston. Twelve pots Narcissus, garden sorts - 1, W. Gordon. Six Rhododendrons, in pots or tubs, hardy - 1, Sand. Gordon; 2, A. Stalker. One specimen Azalea - 1, A. Paul, 2, Jno. Paterson; 3, G. Greig. Four Azalea indica, varieties - 1, A. Paul; 2, Jno. Paterson. Two Azalea indica, varieties - 1, A. Paul; 2, G. Gordon; 3, Joseph M'Cormack. Three Azalea indica, varieties, pots not exceeding 8 inches - 1, Jas. Bald; 2, A. Paul; 3, A. Stalker. Six greenhouse or stove plants, in flower, distinct varieties, not more than two Azaleas - 1, John Paterson; 2, J. M'Cormack; 3, A. Paul. Three greenhouse or stove plants, in flower, distinct varieties, not more than two Azaleas - A. Stalker. Twelve foliage plants, pots not exceeding 8 inches - 1, G. M'Clure; 2, T. M'Donald; 3, G. Gordon. Four foliage plants, excluding Ferns - 1, J. M'Cormack; 2, Geo. Gordon. Two foliage plants, excluding Ferns - 1, Jno. Paterson; 2, James Spence. Six plants for table decoration, pots not to exceed 6 inches - 1, Geo. M'Clure; 2, W. Manson. Table of plants, 30 feet by 5 feet - 1, Jas. Spence. Two Dracaenas - 1, Donald Cameron; 2, J. Spence. Four Palms - 1, Jno. Paterson; 2, Geo. Gordon. One Palm - 1, Joseph M'Cormack; 2, J. Paterson. Four Orchids - A. Paul. Two Orchids - 1, A. Paul; 2, J. Spence. One Orchid - 1, A. Manson; 2, Chas. Smith. Six exotic Ferns, sorts - 1, Thos. M'Donald; 2. A. Paul. Three exotic Ferns, in pots not exceeding 9 inches - G. H. M'Culloch; 2, T. M'Donald. Three Adiantums, sorts - 1, T. M'Donald; 2, G. H. M'Culloch. Three pots or pans Lycopodium - James Corsan. One Tree-Fern, not less than 3 feet stem - R. Grieve. Two Epacrises - John M'Farlane. Four Cape Heaths - 1, John Paterson; 2, Joseph M'Cormack. Two Deutzia gracilis - 1, Gideon Potter; 2, Charles Smith. One Deutzia gracilis - 1, T. M'Donald; 2, R. Johnston. Two Lilacs - 2, George M'Clure. Three Spirsea japonica - S. Graham, Four Cinerarias, sorts - 1, James Spence; 2, W. Bennett; 3, William Kay. Two Cinerarias, sorts - 1, George Greig; 2, James Corsan. Twelve Camellia blooms - 1, George Greig; 2, James M'Leod. Six Camellia blooms - 1, George Greig; 2, James M'Leod. A hand bouquet - 1, Thomas Bourman; 2, George M'Clure. A table bouquet - G. M'Clure. Two Standard Mignonette - S. Graham. One Standard Mignonette - Jas. King. Two pots Mignonette - 1, S. Graham; 2, Jas. Bald. Three pots or pans Lily of the Valley - 1, J. Pearson; 2, D. Cameron. Four forced Roses, in pots - 1, J. Paterson; 2, R. Johnston. Two forced Roses, in pots - 1, J. Paterson, 2, G. Greig; 3, G. L. Brown. Twenty-four cut Roses, not less than twelve sorts - Henry Rintoul. Twelve cut Roses, not less than six sorts - Win. Kay. Twelve cut Roses, Marechal Niel - 1, J. Pearson; 2, James Gordon. Two double Chinese Primulas - 1, G. H. M'Culloch; 2, J. Paterson. Two single Chinese Primulas - 1, Hugh Watson; 2, William Panton. Six hardy Primulas - 1, Gideon Potter; 2, Alexander Kerr; 3, D. Forrester. Two Stage Pelargoniums, in flower - James Gordon. Twelve Cyclamens, not less than six varieties - 1, W. Manson; 2, G. M'Clure. Six Cyclamens, not less than three varieties - 1, G. M'Clure; 2, J. Walker. Six Auriculas, in flower - 1, R. Johnston; 2, James W'alker. Twelve Alpines, in flower - 1, D. Tweedie; 2, G. Potter. Six Alpines, in flower - 1, G. Potter; 2, D. Forrester. One Pine-Apple - 1, M. M'Intyre; 2, G. Johnston. Thirty Strawberries - 1, M. M'Intyre; 2, G. Johnston. Two bunches of Grapes, black - 1, D. Kemp; 2, G. Greig. Two bunches of Grapes, white - 1, A. Anderson; 2, G. Greig. Twelve Apples, dessert, three sorts, named - R. P. Brotherston. Twelve Pears, dessert, three sorts, named - R. P. Brotherston. Two Cucumbers - G. Greig. Collection of Vegetables, eight sorts - 1, G. Potter; 2, Thos. Bowman. Six heaviest stalks Rhubarb - 1, Wm. Kay; 2, H. M'Kenzie. Six heads Sea-kale - 1, T. Bowman; 2, Duncan Kerr. Three Broccoli - T. Bowman. Six Leeks - 1, G. Potter; 2, D. Cameron. A pint of Mushrooms - 1, James Gordon; 2, M. M'Intyre. Three Cabbages - 1, G. Potter; 2. C. Smith. Twelve Onions - 1, D. Kemp; 2, G. Young, Twenty-five Asparagus - James Gordon. Fifty pods French Beans - James Gordon.