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.
A walk, flagged with Saugerties stone, leads through thes hrubbery, to a porch of entry, open upon two sides, trimmed with gothic columns, under a pointed.
ITALIAN VERSION OF KIRRI COTTAGE.
A, Austrian, or Black, and White Pine. B, Bocconia and Althes. C, Chinese Evergreen Honeysuckle. D, Tecoma grandlflora. E, Exmouth Elm - a beautiful variety. G, Ginko, of Japan. H, Hemlock. K, Kentucky Coffee-tree; Gymnocladus. M, English field Maple. O, Osage Orange. P, Pawlonia imperialis; Keri, or Kirrt, of Japan. T, Tree Paeony and Mezereon. V, Tines and Creepers. W, Ring-let Willow. X, Chinese Wistaria. H V, Himalaya Viburnum. Magnottas, Tullp tree, Willows, White and Black Spruce, Balsam Fir, Chinese and American Arbor Vitas, Mountain Ash, Silver-leaf Abele, Carolina Syringa. Tree Honeysuckle, African and Double Altheas, Strawberry Tree, Hercules Club, Persian Lilac, Scarlet Maple, Horse Chestnut, Acacia, Yucca gloriosa, Climbing Rosea, Sweet-scented Clematis, English Ivy, American Ivy, Commelina, Hollyhock, Garland Deutxis, Periwinkle, Moneywort.
Of annuals, or greenhouse plants, the cottage is decorated by the Cobes scandens, Leptospermum, Manrandyaa, Salvias, Tanych, Madeira, and Cypress vines. To which may be added the following hardy plants not successfully reared - Aristolochla, Periploca, Fumatory vine, Mahonia Holly, Japan Quince, Scotch Perpetual Bose, Oak-leaved arch of four centers, with trefoil spandrels, splayed jambs, and hood mold. The principal floor is elevated four feet above the street Front door - pointed head, six panelled'; three glazed with stained glass; opens into a small lobby, connecting a front parlor with the back living-room; bed-room on the left; closets, with pantry on the right, with bath-room adjoining. Front Parlor - with bay window, commanding the street, and one side window looking east A closet connects with the basement stairs.