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January to the middle of May; one for summer, consisting chiefly of hardy annuals, which should be brought forward ready to transplant the moment the bulbs have done flowering and are removed ; and a third for autumn, consisting chiefly of greenhouse plants, such as pelargoniums, verbenas, Lobelias, &c. Mr. Ayres has also given a list of roses for the sixteen square beds marked d, in each of which there is to be a standard rose.

I. List for Spring. 1. Blue Crocuses. Blue.

20. Anemones. Pale blue. 2. Anemones. Pale blue.

21. Hyacinths. Dark purple. 3. Anemones. White.

22. Alyssum saxátile. Yellow. 4. Alyssum saxátile. Yellow. 23. Crocuses. Blue. 5. Hyacinths. Dark purple.

24. Anemones. White. 6. Ranunculus, Turban. Scarlet. 25. Ranunculuses, Turban. Scarlet. 7. Crocuses. Yellow,

26. Crocuses. Yellow. 8. Heartsease. Variegated.

27. Heartsease. Variegated. 9. Tulips, mixed, common. Various 28. Tulips, mixed, common. Red, colours.

yellow, and white. 10. Tulips, Royal standard. Various 29. Tulips, Gold standard. Red and colours.

yellow. 11. Hyacinths. White.

30. Hyacinths. White. 12. Tulips. Yellow.

31. Tulips. Yellow. 13. Hyacinths. Blue.

32. Hyacinths. Blue. 14. Tulips, Duc Van Thol. Scarlet 33. Hyacinths. Red. and yellow.

34. Tulips, Duc Van Thol. Scarlet 15. Hyacinths. Red.

and yellow. 16. Crocuses. Purple.

35. Tulips, mixed, common.

Red, 17. Heartsease. Variegated.

yellow, and white. 18. Tulips, mixed, common. Red, 36. Heartsease. Variegated. yellow, and white.

37. Crocuses. Purple. 19. Ranunculuses, Turban. White. 38. Ranunculuses, Turban. White.

II. List for Summer. 1. Clintònia pulchella. Blue. 19. Godètia rubicunda. Purple. 2. Clárkia pulchella álba. White. 20. Clárkia pulchella álba. White

. 3. Godètia bìfrons. Pink and 21. Nemophila insígnis. Bright blue. white.

22. Yellow Wallflower. Yellow. 4. Yellow Wallflower. Yellow. 23. Clintònia pulchella. Blue. 5. Nemophila insígnis. Bright blue. 24. Godètia rubicúnda. Purple. 6. Nemophila atomària. White. 25. Nemophila atomària. White. 7. Leptosiphon densiflòrus. Pale 26. Leptosiphon androsàceus. Lilac. purple.

27. Godètia rosea álba. Rose and 8. Godètia Lindleyana. Rose and white. white.

28. Erýsimum Perowskiànum, Deep 9. Erýsimum Perowskiànum. Deep orange. orange.

29. Nemophila phaceliöides. Pale 10. Nolana atriplicifolia. Blue.

blue. 11. Collinsia bicolor. Pink and 30. Collinsia bícolor. white.

white. 12. Gília tricolor álba. White. 31. Gília tricolor álba. White. 13. Gília trícolor. White and purple. 32. Gília trícolor. White and purple. 14. Nemophila insígnis. Blue. 33. Clárkia pulchella. Rose. 15. Clárkia pulchella. Rose.

34. Nolana prostrata. Blue. 16. Collinsia grandiflora. Purple and 35. I bèris umbellatus. Purple. blue.

36. Schizopétalon Walkeri, White. 17. Schizopétalon Walkeri. White. 37. Collinsia vérna. Purple. 18. Clárkia élegans. Lilac.

38. Godètia Romanzövü. ' Purple.

Pink and I. List for Spring. 1. Hepática triloba, double. Dark 8. Omphalodes vérna. Blue. blue.

III. List for Autumn. 1. Verbena Melindres. Scarlet. 20. Verbèna Buístä. Pale rose. 2. Crucianella stylòsa. Flesh colour. 21. Anagallis Monelli. Blue. 3. Verbena teucriordes cárnea. Flesh 24. Pelargonium, variegated ivycolour.

leaved. Variegated. 4. Pelargonium variegatum. Varie- 23. Verbèna ígnea. Scarlet. gated.

24. Verbena teucrioides cárnea. Pale 5. Lobelia ramosa. Blue.

flesh colour. 6. Lobelia bicolor. Pale blue, 25. Campanula carpática. Blue. 7. Verbena Hendersònä. Purple. 26. Verbèna Bishópsi

. Pale purple. 8. Pelargonium, Frogmore. Scarlet. 27. Pelargonium, Cooper's. Scarlet. 9. Calceolària rugosa. Yellow. 28. Calceolària integrifolia. Yellow. 10. Lobelia axillaris. Pale blue. 29. Anagallis Phillipsü. Blue. 11. Petunia phænicea. Purple. 30. Petunia, Lady Peel. Purple. 12. Verbèna Barnèsii. Rose. 31. Verbena Marryáttæ. Rose. 13. Verbena, the Queen. White. 32. Verbèna teucrioides. White. 14. Petunia hybrida. Purple. 33. Senècio élegans pleno. Purple. 15. Heliotropium corymbosum. Pale 34. Heliotropium peruviànum. Pale purple.

purple. 16. Nierembérgia filicaulis. Lilac. 35. Ènothèra macrocarpa. Yellow. 17. Verbena Tweedieana superba. 36. Verbèna Tweedieana. Scarlet. Scarlet.

37. Nierembérgia intermèdia. Purple. 18. Enothera Drummondü. Yellow. 38. Tournefortia heliotropiöides. Pale 19. Verbèna pulchella. Pale purple.

purple.

IV. List of Standard Roses. Noisettes.

Luxembourg. Aimée Vibert.

Ne plus ultra. Bouquet tout fait.

Victorieuse. Elizabeth.

Bourbons. Fellemberg

Madame Desprez. Jaune Desprez.

Gloire de Rosamène. Lamarque.

Prince Albert. Lamarque à Cæur rose.

Emile Courtier. La Biche.

Ida.

The plan for a flower-garden, fig. 63., occupies the same space as the design fig. 11. in p. 70.; and is surrounded by the same low wire fence, only 20 in. high, for the sake of excluding rabbits. The beds are supposed to be on turf, and there are a basin and fountain in the central compartment, and a vase on a pedestal in the centre of the two others. We sent copies of this design to different correspondents as before, and we now subjoin their lists.

List of Plants for the Flower-Garden fig. 63. By Mr. Ayres.

9. Anemone nemorosa. White. 2. A'rabis álbida. White.

10. Prímula vulgaris, double. Lilac. 3. Crocuses, yellow Dutch. Yellow. 11. Prímula Aurícula, border varie. 4. Hepática triloba, double. Dark ties. Various colours. red.

12. Anemones, double. Various 5. Hepática triloba, double. White. colours. 6. Crocuses, Cloth of Gold. Yellow 13. Ranunculuses. Various colours. and brown.

14. Hyacinths. Various colours. 7. A'rabis rosea. Red.

15. Hyacinths. Various colours.

16. Ranunculuses, double.

Various colours. 17. Anemones, double. Various

colours. 18. Prímula Auricula, border

varieties. Various co

lours. 19. Pulmonària virgínica. Blue

and purple. 20. Dodecàtheon Meádia. Li

lac. 21. Omphalòdes vérna. Blue. 22. Phlox subulata. Red. 23. A'rabis alpina. White. 24. Prímula vulgàris, double.

White. 25. Hepática triloba, double.

Dark red. 26. Crocuses, yellow Dutch.

Yellow. 27. Prímula vulgàris, double.

Red. 28. Hepática triloba, double.

Dark blue.

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II. List for Summer. 1. Nemophila atomària.

White. 2. Collinsia grandiflora. Pur

ple. 3. Gília tricolor. White. 4. Nemophila insígnis. Blue. 5. Nolana atriplicifolia. Blue. 6. Leptosiphon androsàceus.

Lilac and white. 7. Nolàna prostrata. Violet. 8. Clintònia pulchélla. Blue. 9. Collinsia bicolor. Pink and

white. 10. Clárkia pulchélla. Rose. 11. Eschscholtzia cròcea,

Orange. 12. Godètia bifrons. Purple. 13. Clárkia pulchella álba.

White. 14. Eùtoca viscida. Blue. 15. Lupinus nànus. Purple

and blue. 16. Ibèris coronaria. White. 17. Ibèris umbellàta. Purple. 18. Clintònia pulchélla. Blue. 19. Clárkia élegans. Lilac. 20. Godètia rosea álba. Rose and white.

Fig. 63. Flower-Garden with the Beds on Turf. 21. Erýsimui Perowskiànum Orange.

23. Nolana prostrata. Violet. 22. Leptosiphon densiflòrus. Purple. 24. Nemophila phacelioides. Lilac.

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26

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25. Nemophila insígnis. Blue. 26. Gília tricolor álba. White.

27. Collinsia vérna. Purple.
28. Nemophila atomària. "White.

III. List for Autumn. 1. Verbèna ígnea. Dark scarlet. 16. Senècio élegans plèno. Purple. 2. Pelargonium, ivy-leaved. Varie. 17. Calceolària integrifolia. Yellow. gated.

18. Lòtus jacobæ'us. Black. 3. Verbena Hendersònä. Purple. 19. Nierembérgia filicaulis. Lilac. 4. Lobelia ramòsa. Blue.

20. Verbena teucriordes. White. 5. Enothèra macrocarpa. Yellow. 21. Verbena Melindres latifòlia. 6. Verbèna purpurea. Purple.

Scarlet. 7. Pelargonium Manglèsä. Varie- 22. Petunia nyctaginiflora. White. gated.

23. Verbèna elfordensis. Purple. 8. Verbèna Chandlèrü. Scarlet. 24. Enothèra Drummondü. Yellow. 9. Verbena, the Queen. White. 25. Anagallis cærulea grandiflòra. 10. Verbèna Drummondii. Lilac.

Blue. 11. Lòtus jacobæ'us. Black. 26. Nierembérgia intermèdia. Pale 12. Calceolària rugosa. Yellow.

yellow. 13. Petunia hýbrida. Purple. 27. Pelargonium, variegated. White. 14. Pelargonium, Frogmore. Scarlet. 28. Verbena Melindres. Scarlet. 15. Pelargonium, Ingram's. Scarlet.

List of Plants for planting the Flower-Garden, fig. 63. By Mr. Pringle. 1. Snowdrops as edging; the body 17. Gília trícolor. Dahlias.

of the bed of Moss Roses, 18. Prímula cortusöides. Sálvia pàdwarfs.

tens. 2. Hepática. Petunias, var. 19. Scilla, or Phalangiums. Select 3. Hepática. Heliotropium peruvi- herbaceous plants. anum.

20. Scilla, or other bulbs. Select 4. Double Primrose. Provence herbaceous plants. Roses, dwarf.

21. Snowdrop. Hybrid China Roses, 5. Double Primrose. Scotch Roses.

dwarf. 6. Crocus. Calceolària, var. 22. Sanguinària canadensis.

Gera7. Crocus. Verbena, var.

niums of var. 8. Snowdrop. Perpetual Roses, 23. Adònis vernàlis. Scarlet Geradwarf.

niums. 9. Narcissus. Select herbaceous 24. Auricula, var. China Roses, plants.

dwarf, 10. Narcissus, or other Bulbs. Select 25. Polyánthus, var, Tea-scented herbaceous plants.

Roses, dwarf. 11. Gentiana acaúlis. Sálvia fúlgens. 26. Scilla bifòlia. Senècio elegans 12. Nemophila insignis. Dahlias.

flòre pleno. 13. Lasthenia califórnica. Dahlias. 27. Erythronium déns cànis. Lotus 14. Dwarf Larkspur. Fuchsias.

jacobæ'us. 15. Cladánthus arábicus. Fuchsias. 28. Snowdrop. Noisette Roses, 16. Collinsia grandiflòra. Dahlias.

dwarf.

The centres of the two extreme figures may contain fancy baskets or vases for greenhouse plants in summer; and the centre a may be a basin and fountain, if there is water at command ; if not, azaleas and other American plants, mixed with select standard roses. If the beds Nos. 2, 3, 6, 7, 22, 23, 25, and 27 were planted with American plants, the garden might then be kept at less annual expense of plants and labour; and this may be suitable for those who do not keep a sufficient garden establishment. — J. P.

List of Plants for planting the Flower-Garden fig. 63. By Mr. James Call,

Foreman in Duncombe Park Gardens. 1. Lobèlia fúlgens, and 25. Potentillas of varieties, and Schizanthus Lupinus nànus.

pinnàtus. 2. Minulus of dwarf va- 26. Heartsease of varieties. rieties,

27. Verbèna incìsa, and V. Melindres. 3. Heartsease of varieties. 28. Lobelia propinqua, and Convolvulus 4. Verbèna Drummondii,

minor.-J. C. and V. Melindres. 5. Petunias of varieties,

and Anagallis Mo

nélli, 6. Eschschóltzia califór

nica, and Anagallis

grandiflora. 7. Alonsòa urticifòlia, and

Clárkia pulchella. 8. Calceolarias of varie

ties, and Collinsia

bícolor. 9. Herbaceous plants.

g 10. Herbaceous plants. 11. Scarlet Geraniums,

and Verbèna Twee

dieàna. 12. Crassula coccinea, and

Salpiglóssis picta. 13. Salvia patens, and Ger

man Stocks. 14. Fuchsias of varieties,

and Antirrhinum ca

ryophyllöides. 15. Dahlias of varieties,

and German Asters. 16. Sálvia coccinea, and

Dwarf Rocket Lark

spur. 17. Hydrangeas, and A'ster

Améllus.
18. Pentstèmon gentian-

öides, P. fruticosa,
and Nemophila in-

sígnis.
19. Herbaceous plants.
20. Herbaceous plants.
21. Heliotropium peruvi-

ànum, and Collòmia

coccinea. 22. Enothera Drum

móndü, and Nemó

phila atomària. 23. Antirrhinum

caryophyllöides, and Éù

toca víscida. 24. Verbèna Tweedieàna élegans, and V. Sa

Fig. 64. American Garden, bìna. Fig. 64. is a design for a small American garden, intended to form an epi

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