National Geographic : 1939 Feb
i Nauiiai ueougiapic ouciety ns.oaacnrome rnotograpn Dy Lavia is-nuasen SYMBOL OF EASTER IS THE BERMUDA LILY Like vast glaciers, in a land that never sees snow, are the valleys in March and April when the lily is in bloom. Thousands of potted and cut blossoms are shipped each spring to the United States, Canada, and England. This fragrant Japanese lily has flourished here for a century. Joaacnrome rnotograpn Dy 1.John Long THE FIRST STEP INTHE MAKING OFPERFUME A new Bermuda industryistheextraction ofperfumes from native flowers. Here at Bailey's Bay passionflowers arebeing placed inatray offatwhich will absorb the flower odor. Other scents areoleander, lily, jasmine, sweet pea, and gardenia. When bottled, they arepacked incedar boxes.