By Peter Henderson. For a quarter of a century Mr. Henderson has been one of the busiest of our horticultural writers, and few among them all are more esteemed. It is enough that Peter Henderson says so, to settle many a controversy. In this book we have a copperplate engraving of the man who has done so much to enlighten us, and this gives it additional value. It will, however, be well appreciated for what it otherwise contains, which is given in carefully prepared essays and chapters on a great variety of subjects.