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Abobra, hardy climber '...+ Achimenes....-...

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ALUN «ccnccenscievesconesscevcsa ASCIEpidS ..ccccccccsercccsvecse Asparagus Roots ....-- mies Asphodelus, King’s Spear

ASpidistra weccreccccncece Babiana ...c..ceccserecceccovcce Taskets, Ilanging, sce Order Sheet. BOO ie cle ols inisiereintpia ele Bella Donna Lily . Bellevalia ..++.e. Bobartia..cs..ccces evecccecce Bones, Crushed and Dissolved ....+ BOOKS. cccccscceccscaccseuwecdien Boussingaultia, greenhouse climber Brackets, rustic, &C. ...secccescce Bravoa, trvin flowered ««

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Calla, Lthiopian Lily ... oo CalIPEOra) te sleis eeiste walw'n)ev vsmowel Calystegia, dcwble Convolvulus «+ CaMASSi2. cccccoecccssccesecescs Canna, Indian Shot ....+ Carnation plants ..cccscesssccese Castle Ruins, for fern cases, &.... Chinese Cane and Flower Sticks ee Chlidanthus, fragrant -eercsesee Coburghia’ se)s/ejne)e/s\sneieiiolwinisl wees Cocoa Fibre and Charcoal, specially prepared for Bulbs and Ferns .. Colchicum, Autwmn Crocus....++ Collections of Bulbs.......---eees 5 of Cliveden Plants .... Commelina ceaccenccccascrscves Conditions of carriage......+eeeee Convallaria multiflora.....ceseese Cooperia, Loening Starse--cecees Crocosmia (Tritonia) Awred...eee CYOCUS esse maiia'e --1LO& Crown Imperials ..ce-seesesennce Cubic Petre secssccsesccccecsescs Cut Flower Trays .......eccceccce Cummingia, inter blooming .... Cyclamen’ ..+-.sccces oo Cypella, Tigridia 0 Dahlia ..ve-ccccccsescssce cscs Dielytra spectavilis .... se. eeeeee

CONTENTS.

Dinner Table Centres ......eseee Dodecatheon, American Cowslip.. Dog’s-tooth Violets .....cessscese Kucharis AMAZONICA ...eeeseee se Eyelet Wall Nails..... Fern Caseg.cseccses MOMs sic wecssslncwncieeeah spinon eae Flower Pot Covers eccccscessesce Flower-pots, terra cotta, &c...... Fowler’s Insecticide. ..s.eesseeeres Fritillarias... Froit Drees)... .0<ese0s Fumigator (Paxton) .. Funkia. ov sccocvcsccese Galaxia «ceccesccece

Geranium tuberosum ... CENOAD ds nspocsiatiovcdcusaptincy GIAGION. « ae adele vaceccoscnes 18 10 Glass SHADES: Sec ccsescncasutb were Glasses and Supports (‘Tye’s) GIOXIW 2), Weeiciesleineraiceje Greenhouse Plants GUANO % ohs.0:.\scice sje a0 evlvdus dabeise Guernsey Lilies Gunnera seabra

Hardy Climbers: «sein sisetsenelesiviclss flardy Dwarf Foliage Plants...... Hardy Evergreen Shrubs .....-+0 Ifardy Flowering Shrubs ......... Hedychium, Garland flower .... Helleborus, Christmas Rose ...... Hemerocallis, Day Lily.......+-- HICHAtiCA’ We miswie wien siapmelsloiainaciaiale Herbaceous Border Plants........ Hesperoscordum, MissouriHyacinth Horticultural Garden Labels...... Flyacinths. senscccecccssrace St0

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Page Netting, Shading, and Frigi Domo 39 Ophiopogon, Snakesbeard ....+«2. 26 Ornithogalum, Star of Bethlehem. 26 Ovelilaicvicms'cr clsieisp empleo wislaeemnnee ORANG Mereisisvs oalepapaciaanieaeiee Peonia, herbaceous and Moutan.. 27 PACA. \wsneressiccas cle csiswmted’ | Pardanthus, Leopard Flower .e+2 27 Pencils, Solid Marking Ink ...... 38 Pentlandia ... oo 27 Picotee Plants . «- 30 Pink Plants ...... coscces 30 Plant Cases ....se-seceeee 34 and 37 Plants for Spring Gardening ....., 28 RaNuneculns sccvccccccensscccses 14 Rhubarb Roots .c.ccccsscceressee 39 RiGidella » dwcge bie scpsimdemcivenate tat Rock Cavern, or Fern Pockets.... 35 Roses, Standard and Dwarf....... 81 Rustic Arboretes, for Ferns, &c... 95 Rustic Fernerics, scsccocsescssseo OF Rustic Vases, Jardinets, &c. 34 and 35 SAN UiNsria ‘s-ossieica ciciaisisis'sitaieite) VOCE Saxifraga -.... 27 Schisostylus .csccnscssess 27 Scillavaccccsuocpwaesiusscenedevee 10 Seakale Toots .s.ccscccsssccccss 39 Snowdrops........ casempees Le Sparaxis..-cacccscscnsassavsspuce. Le Spirewa, Horeie scassccccesdecee Ol Spring Gardening....ccccccscccese 28 Stag’s Head Tripod ..cccccorcecss SD Strawberry Plants ....... 3L SELUMBTIA Evans cisco welesllsimasie! (et Styptic (Thompson’s) ...ese.eee0- 33 Sulphate of Ammonia............ 32 Syringes, Water Engines, and Hy- Aropults, &Cecee secrece 38 38 Thladiantha, hardy climber ...... 31 Tigridia, Tiger Florer ssscsecese 27 Tobacco Powder (Pooley’s) ...... 382 Tobacco Paper .ccsccucescosassos OF Tobacco Rag.. suslecseseve Bz Tobacco Tissue ccceevencce Be Trichonema no sn0cccernin 27 Triteleia uniflora .....seeee 27 TYitOMA eeccccscescccerece 27 Tritonla on 00ns <0 oe 13 Tropxolum .... eee 27 TuberOkes .ceessapnsecscasuscese 27 Tulipa...... cocese 29 Tulips) Jgucppes>ssiesaccasaer Bio u10 Valotta, Scarboro’ Lily «eeesseeee 28 Vases, ornamental, rustic, &c.34 to 36 Vegetable Seeds: Jcccctzawesaacee 89 Vieusseuxias 2778 ...<dsienemapie 20 Vinesiin Ota is <is ce siaisaine ron OL Violets, Sweet Scented ......s0e02 81 Wachendorfia ...csecosecs eee 23 Wasp-destroying Mixture .. see 32 | Watsonia scccccscsccece tne 28 Window Conservatories ....6+s006 387 Window Flower Boxes, in wood, KCl scceen Heswe eas acgeSG and. ST Winter Aconite ,....+.. woe 12 Wire, Metallic and Copper .......- 383 Wirework of every description. Zephyranthes sessccecssccssesee 28

BARR & SUGDEN’S FLORAL ALBUMS, 4 vols., super-royal.— These contain upwards of 5,000 coloured | plates of annuals, perennials, stove and greenhouse plants, ferns and coloured-foliage plants, bulbous and

tuberous-rooted plants, Sc.

The plates of ferns and foliage plants are from the published works of E. J.

Lowe, Esq.; a great many of the other plates have been collected from the most reliable and recent illustrated floral and botanical works, English and foreign ; the remaining plates are from older works, so that the Albums contain many illustrations of rare and scarce plants, interesting both to the Florist and the Botanist ; and we may state that we are continually adding plates of new plants.

SPECIAL NOTICES.

FIVE PER CENT. allowed on all payments made within one month from date of invoice, and CARRIAGE allowed as under on orders amounting to 21s, (except in the case of orders for Fruit and Forest 'rees, for Soils, Wirework, Plant Cases and Stands, Warner’s Garden Engines aud Water Barrows, Flower Boxes, Jardinets, and for Terra Cotta,

Rustic, China, and Glass Goods) :—

The Albums are kept at our ware- house as books of reference for those who can make it convenient to call.

To any principal; Railway Station in England and Wales; to Edinburgh, Glasgow, and to any principal Station on the Caledonian, North British, and Scottish Central Lines ; to Dublin and Belfast by the Great Northern Rail, and to Bristol or Holyhead by Great Western Rail en route for Cork, Limerick, and Waterford ; or to the three last towns by Steamboat direct, but only so if requested, as we prefer the route by Bristol or Holyhead, as being more expeditious.

NO CHARGE MADE FOR ANY PACKING OR PACKAGE UPON WHICH WE ALLOW CARRIAGE, EXCEPT IN THE CASE OF PLANTS. UPON THESE AND THE EXCEPTIONS ENUMERATED ABOVE, A SMALL CHARGE IS MADE, AND IF THE MAT, HAMPER, OR CASE IS RETURNED, HALF-PRICE IS ALLOWED.

fS" Carriage has been so frequently char

Companies here, that it has led to cosederaple inconvenience and loss. allow the carriage at settlement, instead of paying it in London, except incases where a remittance accompanies the order. Post-office Orders to be made payable at King-street Post-office, Covent Garden, W.C. All Chequesto be crossed “‘ The

Union Bank of London.”

Any amount may be paid in Postage-stamps.

ed to our Customers after the same had been paid b

us to the Railway We lave therefore for the future decided to

Those with whom we have not previously had business transactions are respectfully requested to send with their order a REMITTANCE 07 @ LONDON REFERENCE. All Foreign and Colonial orders, to ensure attention, must be accompanied with a remittance, or a draft on a London agent,

BARR & SUGDEN’S COLLECTIONS OF BULBS.

PAXTONIAN COLLECTIONS OF EASILY-CULTIVATED BULBS, BEST ADAPTED FOR THE SPRING FLOWER GARDEN, In the Collections A, B, C, D, and E, the Hyacinths, Polyanthus Narcissus, Tulips, Crocus, Anemones, Ranunculus, and Crown Imperials, each of these bulbs will be sent in mixed colours. In the Collections F, G, H, I, and K, the bulbs will be selected and sent in separate colours.

FINE COLLECTIONS. EXTRA FINE COLLECTIONS,

A. B. Cc. D. E. F, G. H. up K. £4 4s.)£3 3s. £2 Qs.'£1 1s.|10s.6d:)£5 5s.)\£4 45.|\£2 15s./£1 10s. 15s.6d,

Hyacinths, various : . | 100 75 50 25 12 | 100 75 50 25 12 Polyanthus Narcissus ; 30 20 12 6 3 30 20 12 6 3 Ordinary Narcissus . | 100 7 50 30 15 | 100 7 50 3 15

Tulips, various 300 | 200 | 150 | 100 50 | 300 | 200 | 150. | 100 50

Crocus, AS : . | 500 | 300 200 | 100 50 | 500 | 300 200 100 50 Anemones, ,, 0 200 | 100 75 | 50 20 | 200 | 100 75 50 20 Ranunculus, various . * . | 200 100 75> |. 50 25 200 100 75 50 25 Snowdrops . : 4 . | 800 | 200 | 150 | 100 50 | 800 | 200 | 150 | 100 50 Crown Imperials, - 5 9 9 6 | 9 9 6 Scilla Sibirica . : C . 25 20 15 | 25 20 15 COVENT GARDEN COLLECTIONS, FOR WINTER AND SPRING BLOOMING IN-DOORS. FINE COLLECTIONS. EXTRA FINE COLLECTIONS. Lp Ee Non| 0/0: P. Q. R. s. T: U. £4 4s.£3 3s.)£2 2s..£1 1s.10s.6d.|£5 5s.|£4 4s.)\£3 3s.)£1 10s 15s.6d. Hyacinths, named varieties. . | 50 | 35 30 Tart te 50 | 35 30 16 | Polyanthus Narcissus, xamed var. 30 24 12 10 15 30 24 12 10°} 38 Tulips, named varieties a Sed 00) 70 50 25 a4 100 70 50 25 Phe Jonquils, sweet scented. . . | 30 | 24 18 2 Ns 30 24 18 12ha) Ses Ixias, mixed varieties . . | 24 | 12 9 6 18S | 24.|. 12 9 6) Sparaxis, _,, e By a tae a ee 9 Bee eae” ks 02 9 6 leas Tritonias, _,, < Mee aa Od 12 9 6 |86]| 24 12 9 Grae cee Babianas, ,, f ¢ 24 12 9 Gy Sr ate ue 12 9 Taal pei = Seedling Crocus, named varieties | 200 | 150 | 100 | 50 | $2 | 200 | 150 | 100 | 50 | g Snowdrops, large . . «| 200 | 100 | 100 | 50 |= | 200 | 100 | 100 | 50 | # Scilla Sibirica . : 7 i 50 30 20 12 |."3 50 30 20 U2 "as Cyclamen Persicum . . . 6 4 3 | 6 4 ES Ce ites]

> Should any of our customers wish to have the selections of bulbs as offered by other London houses—whether advertised in catalogues, daily papers, or other periodicals—the same can be made up by us at the prices and conditions of the advertisers.

HYACINTHS.

ke In giving Orders the Marginal Numbers will be sufficient, but the date of the Catalogue must invariably be specified, as the numbers are annually changed. Gs The varieties thus * distinguished are single; their flower trusses large, compact, and handsome, each bell having but one circle of petals.

Those indicated thus + are double; the flower spikes are not generally so large and compact as the single varieties ; each bell consists of several circles of petals,

PAXTONIAN OUT-DOOR HYACINTHS, IN DISTINCT COLOURS.

These moderately priced and exceedingly handsome varieties of Hyacinths, cannot be too strongly re- commended for the decoration of the Spring Flower Garden. In the systematic distribution of colours in BEDS, RIBBONS, RUSTIC BASKETS ON LAWNS, FLOWER BOXES, VASES, &c., their beauty cannot be surpassed.

OUR OWN SELECTION,

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90 100 in 12 distinct varieties...... 110 0 | 92 24 in 12 distinct varieties ...... 0 8 6

91 50 in 12 ditto seoscee O15 6 93 12 in 12 ditto poiew@er (0. [550 RED,

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94 {Fair Rosamond, delicate blush .... 4 6 | 97 *Mr, Gladstone, bright pink .... 4 6

95 {Kensington Beauty, deep red .... 4 6 | 98 *Romulus, delicate pink............ 4 6

96 *Lord Derby, satin rose...-,.++++-. 4 6 | 99 *Scarlet Gem, bright scarlet ........ 4 6 BLUE,

100 *African Beauty, rich purple...... 4 6 | 108 *Great Expectation, darklilac shaded 4 6

101 *Covent Garden Beauty, rich lilac.. 4 6 104 ;Pearl Gem, delicate porcelain . - ;, 4 6

102 }Dr. Livingstone, rich purple violet. 4 6 | 105 *Princess of Wales, purple mauve... 4 6

WHITE. | 109 *Princess Mary, pure white........ 4 6 110 *Purity, snow white ...i......0.. 4 6 111 {Sir Joseph Paxton, pure white.... 4 6

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YELLOW. : Per doz.—s. d. Perdoz—s. d. 112 *Canary, primrose......ss+.ee++++ 4 6 | 113 *Yellow Prince, fine yellow........ 4 6 PAXTONIAN MIXED OUT-DOOR HYACINTHS.

Where a general and effective display alone is required, apart altogether from the systematic distribution of separate shades of colour, the following fine varieties are highly recommended :—

¥ 100. ¥ doz. ¥ 100. doz. | 114 tRed, various shades of red... 21{ «- 3/| 117% *Red, various shades of red... 21) .. 3/ 115 {Elue, ditto blue... .2)] «. 98/ | 118 *Blue, ditto Dien, ved aa 116 ;White, ditto white. 21] .«. 8/|119 *White, ditto white . QW]. 3) |

POMPON, OR MINIATURE HYACINTHS, The varieties enumerated under this heading are dwarf in their growth, producing neat compact spikes of bloom, and may be grown in very small glasses, or small fancy pots; also in masses of from six to eighteen in old china, crystal dishes, jardinets, and any other elegant contrivance for the drawing- room ; they may also be associated with Scilla sibirica, Crocus, Snowdrops, Tulips, Narcissus bulbocodium, and other bulbs. In such articles they will be found to succeed best in “our Prepared Cocoa Fibre and Charcoal (see p. 33), and the surface covered with nice green carpet moss, or Lycopodium denticulatum.

POMPON HYACINTHS.—OUR OWN SELECTION,

8. ‘a. end. 120 3 each of 20 splendid varieties . - 20 0 | 123 12 in 12 splendid varieties. 5 a4. 6 121 2 * f - . 14 0 | 124 Fine mixed varieties, 3s. perdoz.;per100 21 0 122 1 ,, “s 5 ah | 425 “Choire 40. aan eet ee et RED, Each.—s. d. Each.—s. d 126° Achilles; scarlet o.cinesias sees vieice O 5.) 130. Mars, bright pink ; ..<0.sm00, cies Presa! Oth 83 127 Delos, rich carmine.........-.-- - ©O 5 | 131 Olympus, vich pink ...-...c0c0e « O-.z 128, Hermes, blush). 28 sigadeeccsptoces 10 A 132 Phebus, soft scarlet.........++- SOD 129 Juno, brilliant red .....-++++..-- 0 4 | 183 Pylos, rose, pink eye....... cepinee. Onset BLUE. 184 Artemis, rich purple........... 0 4 | 138 Orpheus, purple lilac ....... cones O 4 135 Europa, mauve purple........ ase) (0, 4 i169 | Perseus, blaghkicin. 4 -eisa/idoaseaee 0. 4 186 Ida, dark porcelain .....+..+++4. 0 5 | 140 Romulus, violet bluc....... osere oieO) iD 187 Medea, pearl blue........+.-+++.- O 5 | 141 Theseus, glittering purple ........ 0 5 WHITE. 142 Adonis, white, rose shaded........ 0 4 | 145 Ino, pure white ....sseececeeeees 0 5 | 143 Danae, white, rose eye......-+- averee Ore 146 Medusa, pure white ..++.+++00 ~~ O 4 144 Hera, white, tinged rose ........+- 0 5 147 Vesta, snow white .....cesceeeee 220 5 ot YELLOW. ! 148 Apollo, pure yellow ....+++.+0++-- O 5 | 149 Minos, apricot colour....... Se se

EARLY FLOWERING DWARF WHITE ROMAN HYACINTHS.

150 These, if planted early in September, and gently forced, will be in bloom in November; they should be grown in groups of from 3 to 12, in 4 to 7inch pots; 25s. per 100; 3s. 6d. per dozen.

NAMED HYACINTHS FOR GLASSES OR POT CULTURE IN-DOORS.

GF THE * INDICATES THE VARIETIES BEST ADAPTED FOR GROWING IN THE NUMEROUS ELEGANT

CONTRIVANCES FOR THE CULTURE OF THE HYACINTH; THEY ARE ALSO THE BEST ADAPTED FOR FORCING. IT MAY NOT BE OUT OF PLACE TO REMARK HERE, THAT THOUGH THE HYACINTH MAY BE FORCED, IT IS SELDOM THAT FINE FLOWERS ARE PRODUCED UNLESS THE FORCING IS OF A VERY GENTLE CHARACTER, AND THIS SHOULD NEVER BE ATTEMPTED TILL THE POTS ARE FULL OF ROOTS,

THE + DENOTES THE DOUBLE VARIETIES; THESE, WITH VERY FEW EXCEPTIONS, SHOULD NOT BE GROWN IN GLASSES; THEY CANNOT BE RECOMMENDED FOR FORCING, OR FOR ANY OF THE MANY ARTIFICIAL MODES OF CULTIVATING THIS FAVOURITE FLOWER,

THE MOST SUITABLE VARIETIES FOR EXHIBITION PURPOSES ARE MARKED Ex.”

In confirmation of the opinion we have annually expressed of the general superiority of single over double Hyacinths, we may state that the finest Hyacinths exhibited last Spring at both the Metropolitan and Provincial Flower Shows were single; it is therefore our practice, when the selection is left to us, and the bulbs are to be grown in glasses, jardinets, and the like, to send single varieties only, but if they are required for pot culture, we send both single and double.

3" In accordance with our annual custom we have rejected from our list several inferior kinds, and replaced them with varieties, the superior excellence of which has been established beyond doubt.

if OUR OWN SELECTION OF HYACINTHS FROM THE FOLLOWING SPLENDID

COLLECTION, Embracing only such varieties as we know to be most worthy the attention of amateurs.

£ 8. ad. £'\sstid. 151 100 extra choice exhibition varieties 6 6 0 | 158 25 extrachoiceexhibition var. 23/to 115 0 152 100 extra fine, in 50 varieties - 4 4 0] 159 25 extra fine varieties . 2 i (aks Be 153 100 very fine, in 50 a - 8 8 0] 160 25 very fine 4 ee ey 154 50 extra choice exhibition ,, . 810 0 | 161 12 extrachoice exhibition var.15/to 018 0 165 50 choice . = - 210 0] 162 12 extra fine Ps oo O12 40 156 50 extra fine a » 2 2 0] 168 12 very fine Pe - 09 9 0 157 50 very fine, in 25 * - 110 O| 164 12 very good a oOAN ECO

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CATALOGUE OF BULBS AND PLANTS.

ts THE FOLLOWING HYACINTHS CONSIST ONLY OF CAREFULLY SELECTED BULBS, FROM THE BEST DUTCH GROWERS.

CARMINE, CRIMSON, SCARLET, PINK, AND DARK RED.

Each—s. 165 *Amy, scarlet, handsome truss, ex... 0 166 *Appelius, light crimson, fine, ex.... O 167 *Belle Quirine, bright pink, fine truss 0 168 {Bouquet Tendre (Waterloo), pink changing to deep red, moderate truss 0 169 *Circe, sa/mon-pink, striped curmine, large handsome bells, fine truss, ex. 2 170 *Cosmos, rosy-pink, large bells, large COMPACE ITUSS, CX. ssa eeseees Sher sial 171 *Duchess of Richmond, salmon, striped pink, very fine truss, eX..+-.... «. O 172 *Duchess of Sutherland, rich scarlet 1 173 *Eldorado, rich scarlet, large, ex. .. 1 174 *Florence Nightingale, delicate pink, striped carmine, full truss, eX. +... 1 175 +Frederick the Great, semi-double, bright pink, fine full truss, ex...-. 2 176 *Howard, rich scarlet, handsome, ex.. 8 177 *Ignis, bright scarlet, fine truss .... 1 178 *TIolé, red, shaded purple, fine truss-. 1 179 *Jenny Lind, curmine, fine truss, ex. 0 180 }Koh-i-noor, bright salmon-pink, large truss, model form, CX.....-0.+008 15 181 *La Dame du Lae, rose-pink, large Compact truss, CX. ...0..-2-000-2 O 182 *La Prophéte, rose-pink, striped car- mine, handsome truss, CX...sse002 2 183 *L’Ami du Ceur, bright pink ...... 0 184 *L'Etincellant, bright crimson, large compact truss, ex. ..... AMO. cas 2 185 *Leto, carmine, large handsome truss, 1 186 *Lina, bright crimson, full truss,ex.. 3 ROSE 207 *Agnes, deep rose, fine compact truss 1 208 *Argo, soft rose, large truss, ex..... 1 209 {Bouquet Royal, rose with pink eye, long handsome truss, ex. ......+. O 210 *Cavaignac, salmon, striped brightrose, large bells, immense truss, ex. .... 2 211 {Czar Nicholas, blush rose ......+. O 212 {Duke of Wellington, fine light rose, large compact handsome truss,ex.. 1 213 *Emeline, rose, splendid truss, ex... 1 214 fGrootvorst, blush, large bells and COMpACt tTUSS, OX. «1 20..0seee0 es 0 215 *Gigantea, blush, small bells, very large compact truss, eX......++++ 1 216 jJenny Lind, lively rose-pink, red centre, long compact truss, €X..... 1 217 *Johanna Christina, blush, striped with pink, large bell, good truss .. 0 218 *La Fiancé Royal, ruse, large compact USS BOX. 162 sca sietevers aiwietsrerepermiars” 1M 219 *L’Ormmament de la Nature, delicate rose striped pink, lurge truss, ex... 1

AZURE, CELESTIAL,

233 tBloxberg, beuutiful clear porcelain, large bells, good truss, eX. .....++.

234 *Canning, dark porcelain shaded, large bells and large truss, eX. «2+... *Charles Dickens, dark porcelain shaded lilac, large truss, ex...+... 236 {Comte de St. Priest, celestial blue, large bells, fine truss, eX. ...0005

237 *Couronne de Celle, azure blue, large Della; large truss, |X. teis\svialene sles

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187 *Lord Macaulay, carmine, edged rose, changing to vivid crimson-scarlet, large compact truss, @X...++++2+6-

*Madlle Rachel,carmine, fine (russ,ex.

*Madame Ristori, pink, shaded car- mine, handsome truss, ex

*Maria Theresa, pink, large truss, ex.

*Mars, bright pink, neat compact truss

*Mons. de Fesch, pink, fine truss...

*Mr, Robert Steiger, rich carmine, large compact truss, CX...+++++46-

*Mrs, Hodson, delicate pink, fine truss

*Nebo, pink-striped, fine truss, ex. «+

*Netherland’s Glory, orange-scarlet .

*Pelissier, crimson-scarlet, large, ex.

*Princess Charlotte, beautiful rose- pink, large compact truss, eX.....+

*Princess Clothilde, pink, striped car- mine, large handsome truss, @X.....

fFrincess Royal, rose-pink, scarlet centre, large bells, compact truss, ex.

*Prosper Alpina, brilliant scarlet, com- pact large truss, ex. pane

*Queen Victoria, bright pink, large @NASOME TUS SCX yo c\oials\= «ice aja.nie

*Sir Henry Havelock, salmon-pink, striped carmine, large fine truss, ex..

*Solfaterre, brilliant scarlet, yellow centre, large compact truss, eX...-

*Victoria Alexandrina, intense crim- son, large handsome truss, eX...---

206 *Von Schiller, deep salmon pink, large

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220 *Lord Wellington, blush striped light carmine, large bells, fine truss, ex..

221 *Madame Goldsmidt, salmon-rose, striped pink, large compact truss, ex.

222 *Mrs, Beecher Stowe, deep rose-pinh, large bells, large truss, eX. +++.

223 *Myrmidons, beautiful rose, fine, ex. . 224 +Noble par Merite, flesh shaded pink, large bells, compact truss, ex. ....

225 *Norma, satin rose, handsome, ex. -. 226 {Regina Victoria, salmon-rose, large compact truss, €X...... oe ceeeeee

227 *Respectable, deep rose, fine truss .. 228 {Susanna Maria, bright rose-pink, fine bells, large compact truss, ex. +++ *Sultan’s Favourite, delicate rose, striped pink, handsome truss, ex... *Tubiilora, blush striped pink, immense bells, handsome truss, ex. ........ *Unico Spectabilis, rose, fine compact TUSSICK. se *Vesta, soft rose, fine truss ..

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An Sisko. olen | 249 }Murillo, deep porcelain shadedlilac. 1 0 | 258 *Telemachus, deep poreelain shaded 250 *Nectar, fine liluc, handsome, ex.... 1 6 lilac; large truss, X..00s.0sace000 L-O 251 *Nimrod, clear blue, large truss, ex.. O 9 | 259 {Van Speyk, Jilac, ‘large ‘truss, CXsiMewt Dy 0 252 *Orondates, fine porcelain Pht large bells, compact large truss,ex...... 0 8 MAUVE, PURPLE, LILAC, BLACK, &c. | 260 *Anna Bolena, rich purple, largetruss 1 0) 273 *L’Unique, purple-mauve, very dis- 261 *Argus, dark violet-blue, clear white tinct, Good t7USS.0- +0 cacr-c0e 0 eye, large bells, large truss, ex..... 2 0 | 274 {Laurens Koster, rich purplae: blue, | 262 *Baron van Tuyll, rich purple, lurge long compact {USS, CX. eeveneee 1 COMPACE UFUSSs OX: ole leis) 0 6161s) 0101 61s 0 8 | 275 fLouis Philippe, dark blue shaded _ 263 *Blue Morsque, purple lilac, emeee? lilac, fine compact truss, CX. «++++6 3 large truss) CX. ses). 0ccecrcesee O 8 | 276 *Madame Koster, rich purple, large 264 *Erebus, glowing purple largetruss,ex. 1 0 thick truss, CX. ...+2+s0. Pimeteis a ean 265 *Feruch Khan, glittering purple, large 277 *Mimosa, shining purple, compact LTUSRS CX Melnrelal chor pielercleleievatats Abeon “oh ts handsome truss, CX, -2+e+e++s+000 0 266 +Garrick, dark lavender shaded puce, 278 *Prince Albert, deep glittering purple, compact handsome truss, €X.++..++ 2 0 large compact truss, CX. «++++++e 0 267 *General Havelock, rich glittering 279 +Prince of Saxe Weimar, rich purple purple, very large truss, CX. ..+.+. 5 6 blue, long compact truss, ex. ..... O 268 *General Lauriston, deep blue, white 280 *Robinson, purplish lilac, fine truss.. 0 centre, fine truss, CX. »s-+02-- 006 - 1 0 | 281 *Sancus, rich glittering purple, Td 269 *Hyperion, purple-lilac, compact truss 0 9 handsome truss, CX, s+eereeees 1a 6 270 *King of Siam, black, neat truss .... 1 O | 282 *Uncle Tom, rich purple, black ie i 271 *L’Amie du Coeur, violet-blue....... 0 8 | 283 *William the First, fine glowing pur- | 272 *La Nuit, black, fine truss .-...... 1 0 ple, long handsome USS, | CXo legen O PURE WHITE. 284 *Alba Maxima, large bells, thick 299 *Mirandolina, large fine truss, ex. +. 1 SPLEN AIG LSS OX No! =\alaievajaiaelay-/olets 2 6) 300 *Mont Blanc, large bells, compact 285 *Alba Superbissima, large compact large handsome truss, CX. «-++.+++ 2 handsome truss, CX, «esseesesess 1 0 | 801 *Orondates, large handsome truss,ex. 2 | 286 *Bleachard, fine compact truss..... 0 8 | 302 *Osiris, compact large handsome, ex.. 1 | 287 {Bouquet Royal, longcompacttruss,ex, 2 0 | 803 *Paix de l'Europe, large truss, ex... 3 288 *Crown Princess of the Netherlands, 304 *Pavillion Blanche, large truss,ex... 1 large compact handsome truss,ex.. 1 0 | 805 Prince of Waterloo, neat bells, neat _ 289 +Don Gratuit, large bells, good truss. 0 8 compact handsome truss, ex.....-+ 1 0 290 *Grand Vainqueur, fine compact truss 0 & | 306 *Princess Frederick William, large 291 * ,, Vedette, large bells, handsome Sine tries, OX) ese cse ee scec ee -sse 1, 6 (PUSS, OX. weeeeereaverceserssee O 9 | 3807 fPyrene, fine truss.s-+++eerereeee «0, 8 292 {Grootvorstin, /arge compact truss... 2 | 308 *Queen Victoria, handsome truss,ex. 0 9 | 293 *La Candeur, fine close truss .--.-- O 8 | 309 *Queen of Beauty, lurge truss, ex... 1 6 | 294 La Deesse, moderate bells, fine truss. O 8 | 310 *Queen of the Netherlands, large 295 tLa Tour d’Auvergne, large oe bells, very fine truss, €X. +++. 1 large handsome truss, eX «+-+-++. O 9 | 811 *Snowball, fine truss, bells beautifully 296 *La Vestale, lily white, splendid lar ge symmetrical, great substance, ex... 15 handsome truss, CX. «+.ssee0e0+ 1 © | 812 *The Maid of Orleans, large truss.. 1 297 *Madame Talleyrand, fine truss .... 0 9 | 313 *Venus, large handsome truss, ex... 1 298 *Madame Van der Hoop, large bells, large compact truss, eX. «........ 2 6 WHITE SHADED ROSE, &c. 314 tAnna Maria, blush, neat bells, with 321 *Grandeur a Merville, white shaded violet centre, good truss ...s.e20e5 O 8 rose, immense compact truss,ex.-. O 9 815 tA la Mode, white, pink centre.....- 0 8 | 322 *Grande Blanche Imperiale, white 316 *Anuna Paulowna, white shaded rose, tinged blush, fine truss, eX. «..++» 0 9 compuct handsome truss, ex. -.-». © 9 | 328 *Hercules, white shaded Tose, ai 317 *Blandina, white tinged rose, fine truss 0 9 Sine truss, CK.sreeceveessececcss O D 318 *Cleopatra, waxy white, large bells, 324 +La Virginite, white shaded, ver. y thick fine truss; ©Xw wajeac se «oe O0 9 large bells, good truss.....++...++. O 8 319 *Dolly Varden, white shaded rose, 825 *Lord Granville, white shaded rose, large bells, thick truss, ex...-+++. 1 0 large bells, handsome truss, ex.-..- 0 9 320 *Elfrida, wary white, large bells, bold 326 *Lord Gray, white shaded rose, large handsome truss, CX.e..+s+ee+e++- 1 O bells, fine truss vevvecveseresses 1 O

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327 *Mammoth, white shadedrose, immense 330 +Triumph Blandina, white tinged rose, bells, very large truss, CX..+++6066 1-3 pink centre, fine truss ..+..0.005 70 #8

328 *Monarque, white shaded rose, fine... 1 0 | 831 *Triton, white, rose shaded, very large 329 *Seraphine, white shaded rose, large handsome truss, CX. seccessereee 1 6

bells, very large truss, CX...-++++. 1 0 | 832 *Voltaire, white shaded rose, large beliss fine thuss Jaevieciceccgnece. 0. 8

YELLOW, ORANGE, CITRON, PRIMROSE, &c.

333 *Alida Jacobea, rich vanary yellow. 1 0, 338 *Heroine, primrose, large truss, ex... 0 9 334 *Anna Carolina, beautiful canary 339 *Ida, rich primrose, large truss,ex. . 10 6 yellow, fine compact truss, eX.++ +++ 1 6 | 340 *King of Holland, apricot colour,

335 *Bird of Paradise, beautiful rich prim- very distinct, compact truss, ex. .. O 8

rose, fine truss, CX. ..+2+eee-+++s 10 6 | 341 *La Citroniere, citron, very fine .... 1 O 336 *Canary, canary yellow, fine truss... 1 6 | 842 *Victor Hugo, beautiful canary yellow, 337 *Duc de Malakoff, straw colour, compact neat truss .sccscese-ees O 9

striped rose-lake, novel and very | beautiful colour, large truss, ex. .. 7 6 |

POLYANTHUS NARCISSUS. PAXTONIAN POLYANTHUS NARCISSUS, SPLENDID VARIETIES FOR OUT-DOOR CULTURE IN BEDS, RIBBONS, RUSTIC BASKETS, FLOWER BOXES, &e,

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343 100 in 8 splendid varieties , ; . 24 0 | 345 25 in 8 splendid varieties , : pores 344 50in8 ditto ditto . 5 12) 6°|:°346'° 12 in'8 ‘ditto ditto’ . : fom geré Per doz.—s. d. Per doz.—s. d.

347 Bridal Bouquet, white, orange cup.. 3 6 | 351 Grand Primo Citronicre,wh.citronc. 3 6 348 Garibaldi, white, orange cup ..... - & 6 | S8a2 5, Soleil d’Or, yellow, orange cup 3 90 349 Golden Beauty, golden yellow..... - 4 0] 353 Purity, pure white -...-ssseveees 4 6 3850 Grand Monarque, white yellow cup. 3 6 | 854 Staten General, yellow..... cosevee 3B O

855 Fine Mixed Varieties :—Per doz. 3/; per 100, 21/.

POLYANTHUS NARCISSUS, VARIETIES BEST ADAPTED FOR POT CULTURE, OUR OWN SELECTION,

Suds Ss. tds 356 36 in 18 splendid varieties . : . 13 6 | 858 18 in 18 splendid varieties . é an Ge 357 24in12 ditto ditto . : coe Sa 6, | dod, 123n 12. “ditto... ditto... 5 Hee ee ee: Each—s. d. Each—s. d.

360 Bathurst, primrosc,orangecup, extra O G| 871 Paper White, pure white, early and 861 Bazelman Major, white, yellow cup. 0 6 very pretty, 3s. 6d. per dozen .... O 4

362 General Windham, white, yellow cup 0 6G | 872 Queen of the Netherlands, white, 368 Gloriosa, white, oranye cup, extra.. 0 4 | deep yellow cup, extra «++++++00s 0 6

864 Grand Monarque, white, yellow cup. 0 4) 373 Roman, double white (true), very 865 » Primo, while, citron cup,extra 0 4 early, 3s. per dozen ...+-+. eerste Ove 4: 366 » Soleil d’0r, yellow, orange cup 0 4| 874 Staten General, white, yellow cup.. 0 4 867 Grootvorst, white, orange cup, fine.. 0 4 | 875 Sir Isaac Newton, pure yellow .... 0 8 868 Lord Canning, primrose, yellow cup. O 4 | 876 Sulpherine, sulphur yellow fine.... 0 6 869 Louis le Grand, white, primrose cup 0 6 | 877 White Pearl, pure white, fine...... 0 6 370 Perle d’Amour, pure white, fine.... 0 6 | 878 Yellow Primo,yellow,orangecup,fine 0 6

The Paper White and Donble Roman Narcissus are best suited for early flowering ; they should be potted very early, and, if possible, bloomed before Christmas, along with the Roman Hyacinth.

GARDEN NARCISSUS.

Exceedingly effective and very cheap desirable spring flowering bulbs. They succeed in almost any soil, and when planted in marginal lines, or grouped in shrubberies and woodland walks, they are very showy. N. Bulbocodium and N. Nanus make pretty edgings and beautiful pot plants, also N. Biflorus, N. Bifrons, and N. Muzart Orientalis. Three to six in a pot,

OUR OWN SELECTION,

Sige s. d. 379 100in 12 varieties . : . 12 0 | 3881 25 in 12 varieties ; 5 Slee 880 50in ditto . . -) 6G. 6) ||) 882) 1245n ditto . . . aeeD i) Per 100. Per doz. Per 100. Per doz. SPrda! +3. as 6 ad. 8 ad

383 Albus Plenus Odoratus,double 388 Campernelli (Large Single white, very fragrant ...... 3 6..0 6 Jonquil), clear yellow .... 4 6..0 8

S845 Ser, large 389 Incomparable, double,sulphur Dutch roots +++.+0++.+-- 10 6..1 6 yellow and orange, handsome 7 6..1 0

385 Biflorus, white, yellow cup... 10 6..1 6 | 380 Juncifolius,acharming species 386 Bifrons, yellow, orange cup.. 10 6..1 6 Sor pot culture, §c..-.4..-. ead 16

887 Bulbocodium(HoopPetticoat) 891 Moschatus (Sulphur Trumpet) golden yellow, fine for pots... .. ..8 6 yellow and sulphur....+++. «. ..2 6

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Sulidel 8.. GO an ee a 392 Muzart Orientalis, white, 397 Poeticus, large Dutch roots. 7 6..1 0 OTANGe CUP +++ ++00- es--e- 10 G..1 G | 898 Sulphur Kroon, double, white ,

293 Nanus, yellow, very dwarf.. .. ..2 0 and sulphur, beautiful .... 10 G..1 G6

894 » double, yellow, very 393 Tenuifolius, golden yellow... 5.2 °6 CE ie Op aA or CODES oo ar «» «-d 6 | 400 Trumpet Major, deep yellow,

395 Orange Phenix, double, white very large and handsome .. 10 G..1 6G and orange, beautiful ..... 7 6..-1 0 | 401 Wan Sion, double yellow daffv-

896 Poeticus, pure white,red eye. 3 G..0 6 CE aes SP ORI AOE II Axe tC 761 &O

JONQUIL NARCISSUS.

These are graceful and pretty, and are much prized for their fragrance. They are valuable for the decoration of the conservatory, sitting-reom, and flower garden ; three or four roots should be planted in a four or five-inch, and five or six in a six-inch pot, and should not be forced till the turn of the year.

Perdoz.—s. d. Per doz.—s. d. 402 Double, largest roots, rich deep yellow 3 6 | 404 Double, third size ...... oreisltaiotarenate Bir") 403 99. SECORA S1ZE Junie» wninioveleie'* nla 2 6G | 405 Single, sweet scented .......s.--. 1 6

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For Winter and Spring gardening, Early Flowering Tulips, double and single, are indispensable. Their extreme hardiness, their certainty of blooming, the absence of all difficulty in their cultivation, combined with their brilliant and diversified colours, distinctly entitle them to a preference; while their cheapness enables every lover of a flower garden to plant them extensively.

Those who may only have small shaded town gardens need not be afraid to plant Tulips freely, as they succeed well even in such positions, and remain longer in bloom than if grown in situations where they would be exposed to the influence of the sun.

EARLY SINGLE TULIPS.

Than these no section of Tulips displays so great a variety of delicate, striking, and attractive colours.

Of Selfs there are beautiful scarlets, crimsons, whites, and yellows. Of party-colours, there are snow white grounds, striped and feathered with purple, violet, crimson, rose, puce, and cerise; and yellow grounds, with crimson, scarlet, and red flakes and feathers ; so that only those who have cultivated the varieties of Early Single Tulips systematically can form any just idea of their beauty.

, PAXTONIAN EARLY SINGLE TULIPS,

FOR OUT-DOOR CULTURE IN BEDS, GROUPS, RIBBONS, RUSTIC BASKETS, VASES, FLOWER BOXES, ETC. OUR OWN SELECTION.

The following splendid varieties being cheap and beautiful, we especially recommend them for the

purposes above named. They are, however, equally suitable for pot culture, yin & 406 10 each of 20 of the following splendid varieties . . . : he? Steet) 407 5 os : 5 13 6 408 3 7 6

409 Very fine mixed, per 1,000 70s., 7s. 6d. per 100, Is. per dozen. Per 100. Per doz

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s&s. d. 8 od. Ss. d. &. d. 410 Bizard Pronket, yellow andred 10 6..1 6 | 428 Lae Van Rheim, rose-violet- 411 Bizard Verdikt, curmine, gold crimson, broadly margined Striped .ccccsesescvecrae 10: 165.1 “6° | with white .2.eeeeree+se- 1267.2510 412 Canary Bird, beautiful yellow 12 6..2 0 429 La Coeur de France, bright 418 Chevallier, bronzecrimson, gold | yellow, fluked bright crim- striped......- pouSo Se ose LO} SG. non! SOMMsn niente ects es 1890-25 6 414 Couleur Ponceau, rich cerise 10 G6..1 6 | 430 Ma Plus Aimable, red, striped 415 Comte de Mirabeau, white.. 12 6..2 0 OTANGE. coces ser erercere 10 G..1 6 416 Buc d’Orange, bronze red, | 431 Paragon Guildebloom, white, feathered with orange ....- 10 G6..1 G6 feathered and striped rose 417 Duc Major, red and yellow .. 10 G..1 G Tae secretes, aati Send O) On. <6 418 Duc Van Thol, red and yellow 4 6.0 8 | 432 Paz Alba, white ....---.+- ele (US) 419 % blush rose .-. 10 6..1 6 | 483 Pottebakker White, pure white, 420 aS brilliant scarlet 20 0..3 0 bold flower, ve0ccncscen-0- 20 Ores O 421 ee bright yellow . 15 0..2 0 | 434 = Yellow, bright 422 Duchesse de Parma, orange canary yellow ....- Siierc amie) Ne eee eee crimson, margined yellow... 12 6..2 0 | 485 a5 Red sso eta ala Ser Sor ae!) 423 Francisus Primus, lemon bor- 436 Prince de Ligne, golden dered, CTiMSON «seeceeeee 1550x522. x0 yellow .+...4 “niet AES.) BO 424 Golden Prince, golden yellow 10 6..1 6 | 487 Pure d’Or, yellow andred .. 10 G..1 6 425 Goliath, bronze and yellow... 10 6..1 6 | 488 Queen Victoria, rosy-white.. 12 6.2 0 426 Keizerskroon, crimson-scarlet, 439 Samson Crimson, scarlet, yellow broadly edged with bright Siriped \ 1x sass sis'e)+)sle'nlolaluls 1265.2 0 yellow, very handsome .... 21 0..3 0 | 440 Silver Standard, scarlet, 427 La Belle Alliance (Waterloo) striped with pure white.. 12 6..2 0 brilliant crimson scarlet .. 21 0..8 O | 441 Souvenir, yellow and crimson. 10 6..1 6

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1868. | Per 100, Per doz. Ss, Ge Su ie 442 Thomas Moore, buff orange, very distinct ..++.. 10 6 448 Violet Blanche, white, spotted POSE tata aint at tvaletcvarerattceus oe! 1D iOne2. 0 444 Wapen Van Leyden, "white ETUC TOSE vale alaca cleleieieieia aieiats 10) Ga. 6

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445 White and Rose Bordered, white, edged rose 446 Yellow and Red of Leyden, orange crimson, edyed yellow 10 6G..

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448 GESNERIANA TULIP, OR TULIPA SINENSIS HORTENSIS. This species has an immense crimson-scarlet cup, with a large blue centre, and is without exception

the showiest of all Tulips.

fore well adapted as a back-line in ribbons, or in lines or groups in front of shrubs; colour makes it invaluable wherever distant effect is a desideratum.

7s. 6d. per 100, 1s. per dozen.

EARLY SINGLE TULIPS. The following are specially recommended for in-door culture, either in pots or jardinets, and for very |

select beds in the flower garden,

do well to purchase one each