National Geographic : 1917 Mar
IFr This new edition Farr s contains 112 pages of text matter, with Hardy Plant 30full-pageillustra tions (13 in color), Sp cilties and is more com pecalties plete and helpful - than any of its predecessors. It is a book that no reader of the National Geographic Magazine will wish to be without. Some Special Features In the Iris section there are many of my own seedlings, including the Panama-Pacific Gold Medal Collection; also notable new introduc tions from Europe. Amongthe Peonies are anumber of rare varie ties which I have been unable to offer before, owing to limited stock. The fortunate pur chase in France of a noted collection of Tree Peonies enables me to offer a unique assort ment of over 300 varieties. Lemoine's complete collection of Lilacs, Phil adelphus, and Deutzias, with many of the new Chinese Barberries, Cotoneasters, and other introductions of Mr. E. H . Wilson, add to the value of this book. If you are interested in gardening and would like a copy, it will be mailed to you on request BERTRAND H. FARR Wyomissing Nurseries Co. 110 Garfield Ave. "I P I 9E "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." Wyomissing, Penna. t quality of rare etchings. Spitorial charm to Arratone prints H gements that appeals to everyone. h're produced on hand-made Japan i ounted on plate sunk Japan vellum I and are the most beautiful photogra Ek produdions obtainable. e iell the paper, too. n your negative cos $1.25. 'Prices of other rn crtatone booklet mailed upon request. AST 40T ST., N.Y JUDD & DETWEILER, Inc. Master Printers 420-422 Eleventh Street N.W. WASHINGTON, D. C.