Title Of Article

Author

Magazine Reference

Date

The Best Hardy Conifers

Wilson

Garden Magazine

Dec, 1915

Evergreens for the Home Grounds

Wild

House and Garden

Sept., 1914

Evergreens for the Home Landscape

Allen

House and Garden

Sept., 1915

The Uses, Choice, and Planting of Evergreens

Mrs. Strang

House and Garden

1918

Native Plants Suitable for the Gardens of Missouri and Ad joining States

Missouri Botanical Garden Bulletin

Vol. VIII

Making an Old-Fash-ioned Garden

Mrs. Strang

House and Garden

July, 1917

The Perennial orOld-Fashioned Garden

Wild

House and Garden

Oct., 1914

Planning Features for Garden Special Effects

Hamblin

Garden Magazine

Feb., 1915

The Garden of Wild Flowers

Mrs. Strang

House and Garden

Sept., 1918

Gardens of Sweet Odour

Burke

House and Garden

Mar., 1915

Hardy Perennials for Landscape Use

Richie

Garden Magazine

Feb., 1915

One Hundred Native

Taylor

Garden Magazine

May, 1915

Perennials for the Wild Garden

Roses and How to Grow Them

Rockwell

House and Garden

April, 1913

Have We Lost Something in Roses?

Barron

Country Life

June, 1914

Hardy Shrubs That Can Be Forced

Gibson

Gardener's Chronicle of America

Oct., 1919

Finding the Shrub to Fit the Place

Richie

Garden Magazine

Apr., 1915

Dual Purpose Shrubs and Trees

Farrington

Country Life

Mar., 1920

Shrubs with Brightly Coloured Twigs

Miller

Country Life

Dec, 1915

Plate LVI

Plate LVI. A pleasing combination of the vigorous climbing wisteria used together with window boxes filled with periwinkle to relieve the heavy and otherwise bare architectural effect. (See chapter XXXV (Window Boxes And Hanging Baskets))

Plate LVII

Plate LVII. Nasturtiums, marigolds, English ivy, periwinkle and petunias make a window box foliage and flower effect which adds greatly to the attractiveness of any home, (See page 264, group XXXV-A)

PlateLVIII

PlateLVIII. During the months of April and May the flower garden filled with refined types of tulips carefully arranged to produce masses of colour, is the equal of the garden at any other month of the growing season. This garden is filled with the tall types of Darwin tulips. (See page 270, group XXXVI-A)

Plate LIX

Plate LIX. With the first touch of spring the crocus begins to bloom upon the lawn. This plant can adapt itself either to the refined lawn area or to the woodland and field areas. (See page 270, group XXXYT-B)

Title Of Article

Author

Magazine Reference

Date

Trees and Shrubs Worth Planting for Their Conspicuously Ornamental Fruits

Wilson

Garden Magazine

Oct., 1915

Ornamental Flowering Trees

Gardener's Chronicle of America

Apr., May,

June, July, 1920

The Peril of Our Shade Trees

Porter

Country Life

Mar., 1916

Some Trees and Shrubs for Trying Sites

Garden Magazine

Mar., 1914