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VARIETIES OF THE GARDEN PEA.

V A very careful description of all the Varieties of the Garden Pea, with the particular qualifications of each, and their adaptation to particular Purposes and Soils, both for early and late Crops. Published in Part 15 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s. NYULTURE OF THE GARDEN PEA.U A complete Treatise on the Cultivation and Management of the several Varieties of the Garden Pea, with full particulars of every operation necessary to produce them in the highest state of perfection. Published in Part 16 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s. VARIETIES OF THE POTATO.—A very

V careful descriptive Catalogue of all the varieties of the Potato, with the particular advantages of each kind, and their adaptation to particular localities and soils. Published in Part 16 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s. NYULTURE OF POTATOES FROM SEED.

-A complete and very important Treatise on the Cultivation of Potatoes from Seed, and raising a Crop the same Season : also, some very valuable Hints on raising new Varieties, and on the various Modes of propagating and planting the Potato. Published in Parts 11 and 13 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. each. THE CARROT AND PARSNIP.-A com

1 plete Treatise on the Cultivation of the Carrot and the Parsnip, with a descriptive List of the several Varieties of each, and their qualifications for particular purposes. Published in Part 13 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. MANAGEMENT OF SMALL GARDENS. IT -A Treatise on the Management of Small Gardens, with full directions for keeping up a constant succession of Flowers throughout the season, and preserving a pleasing effect during the Winter months. Published in Part 3 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s.

NYULTURE of TENDER WATER PLANTS.

1 -A very complete Treatise on the Cultivation and General Management of Greenhouse and Stove Aquatic Plants, containing every species of information necessary to the successful Management of these very rare and beautiful flowers, with a descriptive List of all the most approved varieties, beautifully illustrated. Published in Part 28 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. ALPINE PLANTS. – A Treatise on the A Cultivation and general Management of Alpine Plants, with particulars of all the necessary operations during the year. Published in Part 12 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. THE FLOWERS AND PLANTS OF

1 SCRIPTURE, by Lady CALCOTT.- A very carefully written Review of this highly interesting Work, with Copious Extracts, and very full particulars of Illustrations, &c. Published in Part 3 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s. DROFESSOR LOW'S WORKS.-A very

I careful Review of Low's Landed Property and Economy of Estates ; also of his Domesticated Animals of the British Islands, with Copious Extracts, &c. Published in Parts 1 and 15 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. each. ARBORETUMS.-A Treatise on the For

A mation and Management of Arboretums, with the advantages and pleasures to be derived therefrom: also, the Planting and Recovery of Waste Lands, &c. Published in Part 5 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. CEA - SIDE PLANTING.-A Treatise on

Planting by the Sea-side, with a description of the Trees and Shrubs that will thrive in such situations : also, a general treatise on Planting Waste Lands, and Rocky and Craggy Scenery. Published in Parts 5, 16, and 18, of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. each.

THE INDIAN CEDAR.- A Treatise on the

1 Cultivation and Management of the Cedrus Deodar, or Indian Cedar; illustrated with a very beautiful Engraving of this valuable, hardy, and most ornamental Timber Tree. Published in Part 3 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. DRUNING FOREST TREES.-A Treatise

I on the proper Method of Pruning Forest Trees, in which the system of Pruning applicable to each kind is pointed out; with the various methods of general Treatment for young Trees : also, Observations on the early style of Landscape Gardening. Published in Part 1 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. TTARDY FLOWERING THORNS. — A

l complete Treatise on the Culture and Management of the Crategus, or Thorn, with a Description of Fortytwo varieties; their habit of Growth, time of Flowering, and appearance when in Fruit. Published in Part 12 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. MHE CYTISUS.-A Treatise on the Culti

1 vation and Management of these Hardy Shrubs, with a very careful description of all the Varieties suitable for the Garden and Shrubbery, with their Habit, time of Flowering, colour of Bloom, &c. Published in Part 18 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. DRINOS, OR WINTER BERRY. – A

I Treatise on the Cultivation and Management of the Winter Berry, with a description of all the varieties : also, Culture of the Ledum, with List of Varieties, &c. Published in Part 16 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. THE HOLLY.-A Treatise on the Cultiva.

I tion and Management of the Holly, with a very careful description of all the principal varieties, with directions for Planting, Removing, &c. &c. Published in Part 10 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s.

NEW FLOWERS, PLANTS, & SHRUBS.

-A Description of nearly 400 New Flowers, Plants, and Shrubs, with all the particulars that are known of each, as to Growth, Habit, Culture, Time of Flowering, Height, Colour of Bloom, Aptitude for this Climate, &c. Published in Parts 1, 13, and 25 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. NEW SEEDLING ROSES.—A very care

I ful and impartial description of all the New Seedling Roses (never yet described), that will be let out this Season, with a fac-simile illustration of the famous Tom Thumb Rose, the size of life. Published in Parts 8 and 10 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s. each.

C ELECT FUCHSIAS.- A Treatise on the D culture and most desirable properties of the Fuchsia, with a Selection of the best Twelve for a Collection, and a Description of the particular excellencies of each. Published in Parts 1 and 9 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. each. NEW SEEDLING PELARGONIUMS.

I A very careful and impartial Description of all the new Seedling Pelargoniums that have been exhibited during the season at the Metropolitan Shows ; with their particular Colours, Habits, &c. Published in Part 12 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. THE PASSION FLOWER.—A complete

1 Treatise on the Cultivation and Management of the Passion Flower, with very full Directions for the treatment of all the varieties; and a descriptive List of the Hardy, Tender, and Fruit-bearing kinds, with numerous illustrations. Published in Part 8 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s. THE BALSAM.-A complete Treatise on the

1 Culture and Management of the Genus Impatiens (Balsams), comprising very ample particulars of the Treatment for the several kinds, and a descriptive List of all the varieties, both Hardy and Tender, Published in Parts 5 and 11 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s. each.

NYERANIUM, OR PELARGONIUM. - A

U complete Treatise on the Cultivation and Management of the Geranium, with particular reference to their being brought forward as small, well-grown Plants for early Bloom, Raising from Cuttings, &c. &c. Published in Part 2 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18.

THE CHIMNEY CAMPANULA.-A com

1 plete Treatise on the Cultivation and Management of the Chimney Campanula, with full Directions for every operation necessary to the successful treatment of this beautiful Plant. Published in Part 9 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s.

THE CROCUS.-A Treatise on the Culti

1 vation and Management of the Crocus, with particular reference to, and full instructions for, raising new varieties from Seed, and all necessary information connected with the Flower. Published in Part 11 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s.

THE LILY of the VALLEY.-A Treatise

1 on the Cultivation and Management of the Lily of the Valley, containing every instruction necessary for Raising and bringing to Perfection this beautiful and universally admired Plant. Published in Part 16 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s.

DUCHSIA FULGENS.-A Treatise on the

F Cultivation of the Fuchsia Fulgens as a Standard, with the system of Management necessary to effect the object, and form well-grown Standard Plants. Published in Part 2 of the Horticultural Magazine, price ls.

NEW HARDY ANNUAL, (Tagetes tenui

I folia.) An illustrated description of this new Hardy Annual (which is one of the best yellow Flowers for bedding out), with full particulars for its Cultivation and Management. Published in Part 12 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s.

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