At the December meeting of the Summit County (Ohio)

Horticultural Society, Prof. Claypole stated that in England peaches, apricots and the finest plums are trained only in the way described by the essayist or some modification of the system. The high price of good fruit and the low price of labor justify Europeans in adopting methods that would not pay in Ohio. The money value of the fruit is not the only consideration. A well trained garden with trees trained as described is a most beautiful sight.