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Cotoneaster frígida E. of T. p. 407. A. B. p. 871., the frigid Cotoneaster.

Height 10-20 ft. 28. 6d. Cotoneaster frigida affinis E. of T. p. 408. A. B. p. 871., the related Coto

neaster. Height 10—20 ft. Is. 6d. Cotoneaster nummulària E. of T. p. 409. A. B. p. 872., the money-like-leaved

Cotoneaster. Height 10—15 ft. ls, 6d. Cotoneaster vulgàris E. of T. p. 406. A. B. p. 870., the common Cotoneaster.

Height 4—5 ft. 18. 6d. Cratæ'gus parvifolia E. of T. p. 383. A. B. p. 841., the small-leaved Thorn.

Height 4-6 ft. 38. 6d. Cratægus virgínica E. of T. p. 384. A. B. p. 842., the Virginian Thorn.

Height 45 ft. Cydonia japónica E. of T. p. 452. A. B. p. 931., the Japan Quince Tree.

Height 5–6 ft. is. 6d. Cydònia sinénsis E. of T. p. 451. A. B. p. 931., the China Quince Tree.

Height 10—12 ft. 28. 6d. Dáphne Mezèreum E. of T. p. 687. A. B. p. 1307., the common Mezereon.

Height 3—4 ft. ls. Euonymus europæ'us E. of T. p. 149., A. B. p. 496., the Spindle Tree.

Height 6–12 ft. 9d. Euonymus latifolius E. of T. p. 150. A. B. p. 498., the broad-leaved Euony

mus, or Spindle Tree. Height 10—20 ft. Is. 6d. Gleditschia sinensis purpurea E. of T. p. 252. A. B. p. 654., the Chinese

Gleditschia. 28. 60. Hamamelis virgínica E. of T. p. 499. A. B. p. 1007., the Wych Hazel. Height

20-30 ft. 28. 6d. Ligustrum vulgàre E. of T. p. 629. A. B. p. 1198., the common Privet.

Height 6—10 ft. 4d. Paliùrus aculeatus E. of T. p. 168. A. B. p. 527., Christ's Thorn. Height

15—20 ft. 18. 6d. Pàvia macrostachya E. of T. p. 133. A. B. p. 473., the long-racemed Pavia.

Height 10—15 ft. 28. 6d. Philadelphus coronàrius E. of T. p. 460. A. B. p. 951., the Mock Orange.

Height 10—12 ft. 9d. Prinos deciduus E. of T. p. 164. A. B. p. 520., the deciduous Winter Berry.

Height 3–5 ft. Is. 6d. Prùnus marítima E. of T. p. 275. A. B. p. 691., the sea-side-inhabiting Plum

Tree. Height 6—8 ft. 2s. 6d. Prùnus spinosa E. of T. p. 271. A. B. p. 684., the common Sloe Thorn.

Height 10—15 ft Is. 6d. Pýrus arbutifolia E. of T. p. 446. A. B. p. 925., the Arbutus-leaved Aronia.

Height 4–6 ft. 28. 6d. Pýrus Chamæméspilus E. of T. p. 449. A. B. p. 928., the dwarf Medlar.

Height 5–6 ft. 1s. 6d. Pyrus pùbens E. of T. p. 448. A. B. p. 927., the downy-branched Aronia.

Height 4—5 ft. 38. 6d. Pýrus spùria E. of T. p. 444. A. B. p. 924., the spurious Service Tree.

Height 10–20 ft. 28. 6d. Quércus Banisteri E. of T. p. 876. A. B. p. 1893., the Holly-leaved, or Bear,

Oak. Height 3-10 ft. Rhamnus alpinus E. of T. p. 175. A. B. p. 536., the Alpine Buckthorn.

Height 5—10 ft. Is. Rhamnus cathárticus E. of T. p. 172. A. B. p. 531., the purging Buckthorn.

Height 10-12 ft. ls. Rhamnus Frángula E. of T. p. 177. A. B. p. 539., the breaking Buckthorn,

or Berry-bearing Alder. Height 8–10 ft. ls, 6d. Rhamnus latifolius Ë. of T. p. 177. A. B. p. 538., the broad-leaved BuckRhús Cótinus E. of T. p. 187. A. B. p. 549., the Venetian Sumach. Height

thorn. Height 10- 15 ft. 18. 6d.

4-6 ft. ls, 6d. Rhús glabra E. of T. p. 188. A. B. p. 551., the Scarlet Sumach. Height

5—18 ft. ls. 6d. Rhús typhìna E. of T. p. 187. A. B. p. 550., the Stag's Horn Sumach.

Height 20 ft. 9d. Rhús venenata E. of T. p. 189. A. B. p. 552., the poisonous Rhus, Poison

Wood, or Swamp Sumach. Height 15—20 ft. 18. 6d. Sambùcus racemosa E. of T. p. 515. A. B. p. 1031., the racemose-flowered

Elder. Height 10–12 ft. ls. 6d. Shephérdia argentea E. of T. p. 700. A. B. p. 1327., the silver-leaved Shep

herdia. Height 12–18 ft. 1s. 6d. Shepherdia canadensis E. of T. p. 700. A. B. p. 1327., the Canadian Shep

herdia. Height 6-8 lt. 28. 6d. Spiræ'a ariæfòlia E. of T. p. 309. A. B. p. 731., the White-Beam-tree

leaved Spiræa. Height 6—8 ft. Is. Spiræa chamædrifolia E. of T. p. 300. A. B. p. 724., the Germander-leaved

Spiræa. Height 2–8 ft. 9d. Spira'a hypericifolia E. of T. p. 303. A. B. p. 726., the Hypericum-leaved

Spiræa. Height 4–6 ft. 9d. Spiræ'a opulifolia E. of T. p. 299. A. B. p. 723., the Virginian Guelder

Rose. Height 8–10 ft. 9d. Staphylèa trifòlia E. of 7. p. 147. A. B. p. 493., the Bladder-nut Tree.

Height 6—12 ft. "Is. Symphoricárpos montànus E. of T. p. 542., the Mountain St. Peter's Wort.

Height 5—6 ft. Is. Symphoricárpos vulgàris E. of T. p. 541. A. B. p. 1058., the common St.

Peter's Wort. Height 3—6 ft. 9d. Syringa Josikæ'a E. of T. p. 637. A. B. p. 1201., Josika's Lilac. Height

6-12 ft. 18, 6d. Syringa pérsica E. of T. p. 637. A. B. p. 1211., the Persian Lilac. Height

4-6 ft. 9d. Syringa rothomagensis E. of T. p. 637. A. B. p. 1212., the Rouen Lilac.

Height 6—8 ft. 9d. Syringa vulgàris E. of T. p. 636. A. B. p. 1209., the common Lilac. Height

8-10 ft. 9d. Syringa vulgàris álba E. of T. p. 636. A. B. p. 1209., the common White

Lilac. 9d. Viburnum dentàtum E. of T. p. 521. A. B. p. 1038., the toothed-leaved Vi

burnum. Height 4–6 ft. ls. Vibúrnum Lantàna E. of T. p. 520. A. B. p. 1035., the Wayfaring Tree.

Height 12—15 ft. 1s. Viburnum Lentàgo E. of T. p. 517. A. B. p. 1033., the Lentago, or pliant

branched Viburnum. Height 6-10 ft.Is. 6d. Viburnum ('pulus E. of T. p. 522. A. B. p. 1039., the Guelder Rose. Height

6-12 ft. 9d. Xanthoxylum fraxíneum E. of T. p. 142. A. B. p. 488., the common Toothache Tree. Height 10–15 ft. 2s. 6d.

LOW TREES AND SHRUBS FOR WALLS. Select low Trees or Shrubs for a Cemetery or Churchyard Wall, where the

Expense of Training is not an Object.

* Evergreen or Subevergreen. A’rbutus Andráchne E. of T. p. 575. A. B. p. 1120., the Strawberry Tree.

Height 20-30 ft. 58. Aristotelia Mácqui E. of T. p. 183. A. B. p. 543., the Macqui Aristotelia.

Height 6 ft. Is. 6d.

Ceanothus azúreus E. of T. p. 180. A. B. p. 539., the Red Root. Height

6–10 ft. 25. 6d. Cratæ gus mexicàna E. of T. p. 384. A. B. p. 813., the Mexican Thorn.

Height 10–15 ft. 28. 6d. Escallònia rùbra E. of T. p. 490. A. B. p. 993., the red-flowered Escallonia.

Height 3–6 ft. Is. 6d. Euonymus japonicus E. of T. p. 153. A. B. p. 501. Is. 6d. Laúrus nobilis E. of T. p. 681. A. B. p. 1297., the Sweet Bay. Height

30-60 ft. ls.6d. Ligustrum lucidum E. of T. p. 630. A. B. p. 1201., the shining-leaved Pri

vet, or Wax Tree. Height 10-20 ft. ' ls. 6d. Magnòlia grandiflora E. of T. p. 22. A. B. p. 261., the large-flowered Mag

nolia. Height 20—30 ft. 38. 6d. Mahonia fasciculàris E. of T. p. 50. A. B. p. 309., the Ash Berberry. Height

5-8 ft. 78. 6d. Photínia serrulàta E. of T. p. 404. A. B.p. 868., the serrulated-leaved Pho

tinia. Height 12–15 ft. 28. 6d. Yucca gloriosa Ë. of T. p. 1101. A. B. p. 2521., the glorious Adam's Needle. Height 5 ft. 58.

** Deciduous. Amygdalus orientalis E. of T. p. 265. A. B. p. 679., the Eastern Almond

Tree. Height 8—10 ft. 28. 6d. Búddlea globòsa E. of T. p. 670. A. B. p. 1276. the globe-flowered Bud

dlea. Height 12–15 ft. 1s. 6d. Deutzia scabra E. of T. p. 466. A. B. p. 950, the scabrous Deutzia. Height

446 ft. ls. 6d. Hibiscus syriacus E. of T. p. 62. A. B. p. 362., the Althæa Frutex. Height

6 ft. Nine varieties. From 6d. to ls. Magnolia conspicua E. of T. p. 33. A. B. p. 278., the Yulan, or conspicuous

flowered Magnolia. Height 20—30 st. 58. Magnolia c. Soulangeàna E. of T. p. 33. A. B. p. 272., Soulange's Magnolia.

Height 15-20 ft. 58. Magnolia cordata E. of T. p. 30. A. B. p. 275., the heart-leaved Magnolia.

Height 20—30 ft. 38. 6d. Magnòlia purpúrea E. of T. p. 35. A. B. p. 282., the purple-flowered Mag.

nolia. Height 3—5 ft. 28, 6d. Ribes aúreum præ'cox E. of T. p. 487. A. B. p. 989., the golden-flowered

Currant. ls. Ribes Menzièsä E. of T. p. 475. Menzies's Gooseberry. Height 4-5 ft.

Is. 6d. Ribes sanguíneum E. of T. p. 486. A. B. p. 988., the bloody, or red-flowered,

Currant. Height 4–8 ft. 9d. Ribes speciòsum E. of T. p. 474. A. B. p. 974., the showy-flowered Goose

berry. Height 4-8 ft. Is. 6d. Robínia hispida E. of T. p. 236. A. B. p. 627., the Rose Acacia. Height

6—20 ft. 1$. 6d. Robínia macrophylla E. of T. p. 237. A. B. p. 628., the large-leaved Rose

Acacia. Is. 6d.
Robínia rosea E. of T. p. 237. A. B. p. 627., the rosy-flowered Rose Acacia,
Is. 6d.

CLIMBERS.
Climbing Shrubs adapted for a Wall where the Ground is not dug.

* Evergreen. Hédera Hèlix E. of T. p. 497. A. B. p. 1000., the common Ivy. Height

20-60 st. Seven varieties, all beautiful. From 6d. to Is. 6d. The

badge of the clan Gordon. 3d Ser. 1843. X.

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** Deciduous. Ampelopsis hederácea E. of T. p. 139. A. B. p. 482., the five-leaved Ivy.

Height 30—50 ft. 1s. 6d. Aristolochia sìpho E. of T. p. 701. A. B. p. 1329., the tube-flowered Birth

wort. Height 15-30 ft. 28.6d. Clématis Flámmula E. of T. p. 3. A. B. p. 233., the sweet-scented Virgin's

Bower. Height 10—15 ft. Is. 6d. Clématis Vitálba E. of T. p. 5. A. B. p. 235., the Traveller's Joy. Height

15-30 ft. ]s. Jasminum officinale E. of T. p. 656. A. B. p. 1250., the common Jasmine.

Height 40–50 ft. ls. Lonicera E. of T. p. 526. A. B. p. 1042., the Honeysuckle. Ten sorts. From

6d, to ls. 6d. Lycium bárbarum E. of T. p. 666. A. B. p. 1270., the Barbary Box Thorn.

Height 20—30 ft. 9d. Menispermum canadense E. of T. p. 40. A. B. p. 296., male and female, the

Canadian Moonseed. Height 8–12 ft. Is. 6d. Periploca græ'ca E. of T. 659. A. B. p. 1257., the Greek Periploca. Height

20—30 ft. 2s. 6d. Physiánthus albicans E. of T. p. 659. A. B. p. 2581. 2s. 6d. Rhús radicans E. of T. p. 190. A. B. p. 555., the rooting-branched Sumach.

Height 10-20 ft. ls, 6d. Rhús suaveolens E. of T. p. 191. A. B. p. 557., the sweet-scented Sumach.

Height 1–4 ft. 1s. 6d. Rhús Toxicodendron E. of T. p. 190. A. B. p. 556., the Poison-tree Rhus, or

Sumach. Height 10—20. ls. 6d. Ròsa arvensis E. of T. p. 344. A. B. p.772. Several varieties, quite hardy.

From 6d. to 2s. 6d. Vìtis cordifolia E. of T. p. 138. A. B. p. 480., the Chicken Grape. Height

10-20 ft. Vìtis Labrúsca E. of T. p. 137. A. B. p. 479., the Fox Grape. Height

10-30 ft. 28. 6d. Vitis ripària E. of T. p. 138. A. B. p. 480., the river-side, or sweet-scented,

Vine. Height 20—30 ft. 2s. 6d. Vitis vinifera apiifolia E. of T. p. 137. A. B. p. 478., the Parsley-leaved

Grape Vine. 28. 6d. Vitis vinifera fòliis incànis E. of T. p. 137. A B. p. 478., the hoary-leaved

Grape Vine. 2s.6d. Vìtis vinifera fòliis rubescéntibus E. of T. p. 137. A. B. p. 478., the Claret

Grape. 2s.6d. Wistàriri frutéscens E. of T. p. 249. A. B. p. 647., the shrubby Wistaria.

Height 20-30 ft. 18. 6d. Wistària chinensis E. of T. p. 249. A. B. p. 648., the Chinese Wistaria.

Height 50—120 ft. 28. 6d.

Climbing Shrubs where there is a dug Border.

* Evergreen or Subevergreen. Bignònia capreolàta E. of T. p. 660. A. B. p 1259., the tendriled Bignonia,

or Trumpet Flower. Height 15—20. 2s. 6d. Lonicera grata E. of T. p. 531. A. B. p. 1048, the pleasant, or evergreen,

Honeysuckle. Height 15—20 ft. Is. 6d. Lonicera sempervirens E. of T. p. 531. A. B. p. 1049., the evergreen Trumpet

Honeysuckle. Height 6–10 ft. ls. Ròsa sempervirens E. of T. p. 345. A. B. p. 773., the evergreen (Field)

Rose. Height 20–40 ft. ' ls.

** Deciduous. Lonicera E. of T. p. 526. A. B. p. 1042., the Honeysuckle. Several species

and varieties. Rosa E. of T. p. 321. A. B. p. 748., the Rose Tree. Several species. From

4d. to 28.

UNDERSHRUBS.

Undershrubs of very small Size, frequently planted over Graves.

Evergreen. Vinca màjor and minor, the greater and lesser Periwinkle, 6d. Common in

burying-grounds in the Tyrol, and probably used there in consequence of

the notice of the plant by Rousseau: Voilà la Pervenche!Hypéricum calycinum, the Tutsan St. John's Wort. 4d. Rosmarinus officinalis, the common Rosemary. 4d. Rùta graveolens, the common Rue. 4d. Thymus vulgaris, the common Thyme. 2d. Lavandula Spica, the common Lavender. 3d. Oxycoccus palustris, the common Cranberry. 6d. The badge of the clan Grant. Vaccinium Vìtis idæ`a, the red Whortleberry, or Cowberry. 6d. The badge

of the clan Macleod. E’mpetrum nigrum, the Crowberry. 6d. The badge of the clan M‘Lean. Calluna vulgàris, the Ling. 6d. The badge of the clan Macdonell. Erica Tétralix, the cross-leaved Heath. 6d. The badge of the clan Mac

donald. Erica cinèrea, the fine-leaved Heath. 6d. The badge of the clan Macalister.

** Deciduous. Artemisia Absinthium, the common Southernwood. 3d. Salix herbácea, the herbaceous Willow. 6d. Hypericum Kalmiànum, Kalm's St. John's Wort. 6d. Common in the

cemeteries at Carlsruhe, and in other parts of Baden and Würtemberg. Hypéricum elatum, hircinum, and prolíficum. 6d. each. Androsü'mum officinale, the common Tutsan. 6d. Myrica Gale, the sweet Gale. 6d. The badge of the clan Campbell. Rùbus saxatilis, the Roebuck-berry. 6d. The badge of the clan Macnab.

SHRUBS FOR GRAFTING STANDARD HIGH.

List of Shrubs which, when grafted standard high, form ornamental Plants of sin

gular Shapes and Habits of Growth, well adapted for planting singly beside Graves or Tombstones, for marking any particular Spot, or for creating Variety in a Shrubbery Walk, or in the Glades of a Pleasure. Ground. The price varies from 2s.6d. to 78. 6d.

* Evergreen. Arctostaphylos U'va úrsi.

Thuja péndula, on the common Arbor A'rbutus alpina.

Vitæ. Cotoneaster rotundifòlia, microphylla, Pinus Pinea, on P. sylvestris. and buxifolia.

Pinus pumilio, on P. sylvestris. Phillyrea, all the sorts on the Ever- Pinus Banksiàna, on P. sylvestris. green Privet.

Pinus inops, on P. sylvestris.

** Deciduous. Calophaca wolgárica.

Caragàna spinosa. Caragàna pygmæ'a.

Caragana fragacanthoides.

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