PETER B. MEAD AND GEO. E. WOODWARD, EDITORs AND PROPRIETORS.

The Seventeenth Volume of the Horticulturist begins with January, 1862, introducing many improvements, rendering it more valuable than ever.

Each annual volume contains every subject of practical utility connected with Horticulture, Pomology, Landscape Gardening, Rural Architecture, etc., and consists of Original Papers by Writers of Eminence in those departments of Science, forming an indispensable aid to all who interest themselves in rural pursuits.

The following are some of the important subjects that characterize the work, and these will be maintained by writers of well-known ability.

The cultivation and management of the Grape, the leading pomological interest of this country.

The cultivation of Fruit generally, with illustrations of every thing new.

The management of Flowers and Vegetables, with illustrations of new varieties.

Ornamental Trees and Shrubbery, their cultivation, management, and artistic planting.

Horticultural buildings. Designs, Plans, etc., (or Conservatories, Hot and Cold Graperies, Orchard.

Houses, Pits, Frames, Forcing Houses, etc., and their management.

Landscape Gardening and Engineering, embracing the construction of Roads, Walks, Ornamental Water, Terraces, Lawns, Drainage, Hydraulics, Bridges, Vistas, etc., together with illustrated plans for laying out, improving, and planting country estates.

Original Designs and Essays in all departments of Rural Architecture, etc.

Forming a large annual volume, liberally illustrated with finished Wood Engravings, and twelve full-page Lithographic Illustrations of Fruits, Flowers, etc.

One Copy, one year, payable in advance, .... Two Dollars. Four Copies, " " " to one address, Six Dollars.

Ten Copies, " " " " Thirteen Dollars.

The Horticulturist, And Journal Of Rural Art And Taste #1

PETER B. MEAD & GEO. E. WOODWARD, EDITORs AND PROPRITORS.

Each annual volume of the Horticulturist contains every subject of practical utility connected with Horticulture, Pomology, Landscape Gardening, Rural Architecture, etc., consisting of Original Papers in those departments of Science, and forming an indispensable aid to all who interest themselves in rural pursuits.

The following are some of the Important subjects that characterise the work, and these will be treated by writers of well-known ability.

The cultivation and management of the Grape, the leading pomological interest of this country.

The cultivation of Fruit generally, with illustrations of every thing new.

The management of Flowers and Vegetables, with Illustrations of new varieties.

Ornamental Trees and Shrubbery, their cultivation, management, and artistic planting.

Horticultural buildings, Designs, Plans, etc., for Conservatories, Hot and Cold Graperies, Orchard.

Forming a large annual volume, liberally.

Houses, Pits, Frames, Forcing Bouses, etc., and their management.

Landscape Gardening and Engineering, embracing the construction of Roads, Walks, Ornamental Water, Terraces, lawns, Drainage, Hydraulics, Bridges, Vistas, etc., together with illustrated plans for laying out, improving, and planting country estates.

Original Designs and Essays in all departments of Rural Architecture, etc. illustrated with finished Engravings.