National Geographic : 1922 Dec
Tour Nature's Wonderland with Luther Burbank There's romance which began before Man came to the earth, whose fascination is un known to most of us. It is the life, habits, and progressive development of plants. This advertisement is to offer to you a free booklet wnich is the key to a world of new interest and inspiration. The coupon below will bring it to your home without obligation. You have heard of Luther Burbank, the internationally famed "plant wizard"; of his perfect flower, his spineless cactus, the cele brated "Burbank Potato." Burbank not only has made plants grow where the species never grew before, but he has caused Nature to create new varieties. He is more than a plant culti vator-he is the premier plant breeder of all times. And now Luther Burbank tells you his secrets. What flowers, fruits, vegetables you can grow in your yard or on your farm; how you can make each plant yield more; and even how you can breed new varie ties-all this and more for the pleasure and profit of P. F. COLLIER & SON COMPANY HOUR 416 West Thirteenth St., New York, N.Y. walR Please send me the free booklet about the Burbank books, together with full particulars as to how I may procure them by small monthly payments. Name --- ______-______----- Address ______----_-------- I_. 605-BKE L Occupation-------------------- The publishers cannot undertake to send this booklet free to children. men, women, and children who are willing to learn from the master the absorbing story of How Plants Are Trained To Work for Man By LUTHER BURBANK These eight beautifully bound and illustrated volumes are a description by Burbank of the results of his actual work. He demonstrates what can be done; he sets new ideals and novel problems. Here for the first time is presented in convenient and authoritative form all that the world is eager to know about this unique genius of the plant world the interesting facts of his long and fruitful life, the secret of his success, his methods and discoveries. They are invaluable alike to the amateur and the professional plant grower, for they cover the whole field of plant culture from helpful details to the bolder innovations that have given Burbank the name of "miracle worker" and "wizard." Because no advertisement can begin to do justice to the interest, beauty, and practical value of this remarkable library, PERIMENTS an attractive booklet has been published ANTS to tell more about it. It contains a brief Biography of Mr. Burbank, telling how he rose from a mere beginner to his present eminence; evidence of what others have done working in the manner of Burbank; illustrations from the com plete set, in full colors; and constructive Burbank experiments that you may actually put into practice. You will find this booklet well worth sending for. But only a limited edi I tion has been published, so clip the coupon NOW-and send for it TODAY.