Class II. - Gardeners And Amateurs. Plants

Table of Plants, 20 feet by 5 feet. - 1, A. Paul, Gilmore Place; 2, R. M. Reid, Edinburgh.

Six Stove or Greenhouse Plants, in flower. - 1, J. Paterson, Millbank; 2. A. Paul.

Three Stove or Greenhouse Plants, in flower. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, A. Paul.

Two Stove or Greenhouse Plants, in flower. - 1, C. Macfarlane, Moredun; 2, J. Shearer, Merchiston.

Three Cape Heaths, of sorts. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, C. Macfarlane.

Two Cape Heaths, pots not exceeding 9 inches. - J. Paterson.

Four Foliage Plants. - 1, R. M. Reid; 2, R. Grieve, Falconball.

Two Foliage Plants, pots not exceeding 9 inches. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, G. M'Lure, Trinity Grove.

Six Plants for Table Decoration, 6-inch pots. - 1, Mr M'Intyre; 2, S. Graham, Kilravock.

Two Dracaenas (colour). - 1, S. Graham; 2, J. Robertson, Stirling.

Two Crotons. - 1, R. M. Reid; 2, J. Paterson.

Four Palms. - 1, S. Graham; 2, J. Paterson.

One Palm, specimen, excluding Cycads. - T. M'Donald, Grange.

Six Exotic Ferns, exclusive of Tree Ferns. - A. Paul.

Three Exotic Ferns, pots not exceeding 9 inches. - 1, R. Johnston, Woolmet; 2, J. Cumming, Grange.

Two Todeas. - ], A. Anderson, Dalkeith; 2, R. Grieve.

One Adiantum Farleyense. - 1, J. Curror, Eskbank; 2, S. Graham.

Four Adiantums, of sorts, excluding Farleyense. - 1, J. Curror; 2, S. Graham.

Two Filmy Ferns (Trichomanes or Hy-menophyllum). - A. Anderson.

Tree Fern, stem not less than 3 feet. - J. Curror.

Four British Ferns, distinct varieties. - A. Anderson.

Eight Dwarf British Ferns, distinct varieties (pots not exceeding 6 inches). - 1, A. Anderson; 2, D. D. Arnot, Kirkcaldy; 3, J. Cumming, Grange.

Two pots or pans Lycopodium, different species. - 1, S. Graham; 2, J. Cor-sar, Linlithgow; 3. J. Robertson, Stirling.

One Hydrangea. - 1, A. Crichton, Cor-storphine; 2, Thos. Bowman, Lasswade.

Two Orchids. - 1, J. M'Leod, Stirling; 2 A. Paul

One Orchid. - 1, J. M'Leod; 2, J. Paterson, Millbank; 3, A. Paul.

Two Petunias. - 1, James Black, East Calder; 2, R. Johnston.

Two pots Vallota purpurea. - 1. Jas. Stewart, Corstorphine; 2, R. Johnston.

One pot Vallota purpurea. - 1, John Leyden, Rosewell; 2, R. Grieve.

One pot Eucharis Amazonica. - 1, John Paterson; 2, Jas. Stewart.

Three Tuberous Rooted Begonias, named (open). - 1, Wm. Penn, Liberton; 2. R. Johnston.

Two Fuchsias, of sorts. - 1, Jas. Walker, Linlithgow; 2, James Bald, Canaan House.

Two Fuchsias, pots not exceeding 8 inches.- James Walker.

Two Cockscombs. - 1, John Elliot, Bon-nington; 2, S. Graham.

Two Balsams. - 1, W. Dougal, Ferry Road; 2, R. M. Reid.

Three Zonale or Plain-leaved Geraniums, sorts, in pots not exceeding 9 inches, in bloom. - 1, James Richardson, Prest-onfield; 2, S. Graham; 3. J. Walker, Linlithgow.

Three Variegated Geraniums, of sorts, in bloom. - James Tweedie, Portobello.

Three Bronze Geraniums, of sorts, in bloom. - 1, James Tweedie; 2, James Walker; 3, James Richardson.

Three pots Liliums, of sorts. - 1, A. Paul; 2, S. Graham.

One pot Lilium auratum. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, Colin M'Farlane, Moredun.

Cut Flowers

Twelve cut Roses, of sorts. - 1, Alex. Hill Gray, Dunkeld; 2, Jas. Stewart.

Twelve Gladioli, of sorts. - 1, William Peun; 2, R. Grieve.

Six Gladioli, of sorts. - 1, John Taylor, Inveresk; 2, Wm. Holm, Foxball.

Twelve Quilled Asters, of sorts. - 1, Thos. Menzies; 2, John Wood, Ferry Road.

Twelve Chrysanthemum-flowered Asters, of sorts. - 1, Thos. Menzies; 2, Wm. Penn.

Four Phloxes, of sorts. - 1, Ewan Cameron, Moffat; 2, John Matheson, Lasswade; 3. J. Pearson, Corstorphine.

Five Spikes Hollyhocks, of sorts. - 1, J. Pearson; 2, R. Johnston.

Twelve Hollyhock Blooms, of sorts. - R. Johnston.

Six Hollyhock Blooms, of sorts. - 1, W. Henderson, Polmont; 2, J. Pearson.

Twelve Dahlia Blooms, of sorts. - 1, James Walker, Linlithgow; 2, D. Lornie, Ratho; 3, Jas. Black.

Six Dahlia Blooms, of sorts. - 1, James Black; 2, John Stewart, Catherine Bank.

Twelve Fancy Dahlia Blooms, sorts. - Jas. Black.

Six Fancy Dahlia Blooms, sorts. - 1, John Stewart; 2, Jas. Walker.

Four East Lothian Intermediate Stocks, four sorts - 1, John Wood; 2, Charles Smith, Restalrig.

Twelve varieties of Zonale Geraniums, three trusses of each sort. - 1, John Cumming, Edinburgh; 2, John Matheson, Lasswade.

Twelve Trusses of Verbenas, three of each, not less than six varieties. - 1, Hugh Watson, Stirling; 2, John Stewart. ) Centrepiece of Cut Flowers and Foliage for Dinner-Table Decoration. - George M'Lure, Trinity Grove.

One Hand Bouquet. - 1. Thos. Bowman, Lasswade; 2, Geo. M'Lure.

Class III. - Nurserymen

Four Palms. - Downie & Laird, Edin.

Twenty-four Dahlia Blooms, of sorts. - Downie & Laird.

Twelve Fancy Dahlia Blooms, of sorts. - Downie & Laird.

Thirty Gladioli, not more than two of a sort. - Downie & Laird.

Twenty-four Cut Roses. - 1, Cocker & Sons, Aberdeen; 2. W. II. Dickson, Bal-mont.

Class IV. - Gardeners And Amateurs

Collection of Vegetables, twelve sorts, for market - gardeners only. - 1, John Milne, London Road; 2. Robert Black, Liberton Mains.

Collection of Vegetables, twelve sorts, excluding market-gardeners. - 1, James Brown, Crieff; 2, Gideon Potter, North Berwick.

Two Cucumbers. - 1, James Brown; 2, J. Shearer, Craigroyston.

Four Cauliflowers. - 1, J. Lamont, Alloa; 2, James Brown.

Two Stalks Brussels Sprouts. - 1, John Robertson, Stirling; 2, A. Dunlop,Canaan Lane.

Four Stalks Celery. - 1, James Brown; 2, Gideon Potter.

Four Beetroots. - 1, J. Richardson, Prestonfield; 2, Jas. King, Gorebridge.

Six Leeks. - 1, Mr M'Kelvie; 2, James Brown.

Twelve Tomatoes. - 1, Mr M'Kinnon, Scone; 2, Mr M'Intyre.

Four Savoys. - 1, A. M'Leod, Blind Asylum; 2, Thomas Bowman, Lass-wade.

Twelve Onions. - 1, Wm. Williamson, Tarvit; 2, Mr Murray, Maybole.

Two Pots of Parsley. - 1, D. Marshall, Saughton; 2, John Robertson.

Six Lettuce. - 1, Thos. Bowman; 2, Alex. Crichton, Corstorphine.

Twelve Sorts of Potatoes, twelve of each (open to all). - 1, Mr M'Kinnon; 2, Andrew Lornie, Cockburnspath; 3, Gideon Potter.

Collection of Salads (open to all). - Thos. Bowman.