This section is from "The Horticulturist, And Journal Of Rural Art And Rural Taste", by P. Barry, A. J. Downing, J. Jay Smith, Peter B. Mead, F. W. Woodward, Henry T. Williams. Also available from Amazon: Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste.
Descriptive Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, Grape-vines, Evergreens, Roses, Dahlias, Verbenas, and other Bedding Plants, etc, for sale at the Columbus Nursery, by Bateham, Hanford & Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Catalogue of a choice Collection of Flower and Vegetable Seeds, embracing many new and rare Varieties, besides all the old established Favorites, with copious Descriptive and Cultural Notes, Ac. Put up by Bornes & Washburn, Harrison Square, Mass., (four miles from Boston).
The Nansemond Sweet Potato: Directions for Propagation, Culture, and Preservation. Also, Experience of Growers in different parts of the country. Charles B. Murray, (successor to Murray & Son,) Foster's Crossings, Warren Co., Ohio.
Spring Catalogue of new and choice bedding-out Plants, Seeds, Bulbs,etc., for sale by John G. Barker, Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford, Conn.
Catalogue of Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Plants, Bulbous Roots, Grape-vines,etc., for sale by James H. Park, at his new Horticultural and Seed Warehouse and extensive Greenhouses, Court Street, corner of State, Brooklyn, L. L
Descriptive Catalogue of Roses, Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, cultivated and for sale at the Hampden Nursery, Springfield, Mass., by Richard Bliss, successor to Chauncey Brewer.
Annual Meeting of the Fruit-Growers' Society Of Western New York, held at Rochester, January 9th and 10th, 1861. - We are indebted to Secretary Bissell for the proceedings, already published in our columns.
Report of the Committee of the Overseers of Harvard College, appointed to visit the Library for the Year 1860 - We learn from this that 8,500 volumes were added to the Library during the year 1860. The total number of volumes is over 90,000, besides some 50,000 unbound pamphlets: a wealth of literature without an equal in the country.
Bridgemaris Descriptive Catalogue No. 6. New and Select Bedding Plants, Roses, Ac, for sale by Andrew Bridgeman, 878 Broadway, New York.
Abridged Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Vines, Roses, Ac, for sale by Edward J. Evans & Co., Central Nurseries, York, Pa.
A Descriptive Catalogue of a choice Collection of Vegetable, Agricultural, and Flower Seeds, containing all the select varieties of our own growth, and a large assortment selected from the Stocks of the first Continental and English Growers, Ac. For sole by Benjamin K. Bliss, No. 210 Main Street, Springfield, Mass. - The printer deserves a medal for the handsome manner in which this Catalogue is printed. Some of our friends will have to look out for their laurels.
Descriptive Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Ac, cultivated at the East New London Nurseries, New London, Conn. Win. H. Starr, Proprietor. H. E. Chitty, Manager.
New and Rare Plants introduced and for sale by Isaac Buchanan & Son, Nurserymen and Florists, 9 West 17th Street, New York. Gardens, Astoria, L. I.
Additional List of Flower Seeds, including Novelties for 1861, for Bale by Alfred Bridge-man, 876 Broadway, New York.
The Cranberry Culturist; being a concise Practical Treatise on the Cranberry, Ac. By W, //. Starr, East New London Nurseries, New London, Conn.
Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. By R. T. Trail, M. D. New York: Fowler A Wells, 308 Broadway, New York.
Illustrated Catalogue of Vines, etc., with explanatory Remarks, and Indications for Cultivation, by C. W. Grant. Post-office address, lona, near Peekskill, West Chester Co., N. Y. - This is a new and improved edition of the Illustrated Catalogue, very valuable for its descriptive matter. The engravings are the most faithful that we have seen. The prices for vines have been considerably reduced, to meet the times.
Catalogue of 1861, comprising a descriptive List of Grape-Vines and Small Fruits, Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, etc. J. W. Manning, Reading, Mass, - Comprises the usual assortment of Trees, Shrubs, etc.
Descriptive Annual Catalogue of Bulbs and other flowering roots, with directions for their culture and management, offered by J, M. Thorburn & Co., 15 John Street New York, - No better selection of Bulbs could be made; nobody can do without some.
Prince & Co's Descriptive Catalogue of select varieties of Strawberries, comprised in their unrivalled collection. Linnaean Botanic Gardens, and Nurseries, Flushing, Long Island, N. Y. - This is the best and most satisfactory catalogue yet issued by Mr. Prince.
Prince & Co's. Select Catalogue of their unrivalled collection of Bulbous Flowers of every class, and of Dahlias, Chinese Tree and Herbaceous Posonies, German Iris, Primroses, Polyanthus, Cowslips, Auriculas, etc. 45th Edition.
Descriptive Catalogue of Fruits, Ornamental Trees, Vines, etc, cultivated at the Lyons Nursery. E. Ware Sylvester, Proprietor.
Wholesale Catalogue of the Cherry Hill Nurseries, West Chester, Penn. Hoopes & Brother, Proprietors.
Catalogue for Fall of 1861 and Spring of 1862, Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Vines, etc, cultivated and for sale by Isaac Pullen, near Hightstown, Mercer County, N. J.
Transon-Forteau and Sons' Nurseries, Orleans, France. P. & E. Transon Brothers' Successors Nursery and Trade list for the Autumn of 1861 and Spring of 1862. - The Agents for this house are MM. Knauth, Nachod, and Kuhne, Bankers, New York.
J. C. Maxwell & Brothers' Descriptive Catalogue of Bedding Plants, Bulbs, etc. Geneva, N. Y.