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The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots, 16th Edition
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—— Cabbage Root, 421

—— Carrot, 419

—— Celery, 51, 419

—— Crane, 424

—— Green, 416

—— Onion, 420

—— Turnip, 422

Foeniculum duke, 67

—— officinale, 66

Forced Strawberries, 136

Forcing in January, 153

Forget-me-not, 280

Foxglove, 262

Fragaria, 133

Frame Cucumber, 55

—— Ground, 160

Freesia, 264, 328, 362, 398, 402

Fritillaria, 326, 328, 402

Fuchsia, 264, 367

Fungicide, 440, 446

Fungus Pests of certain Flowers, 447

—— of certain Garden Plants, 434

Fusarium lycopersici, 444

Gaillardia, 265, 375, 386

Galega officinalis, 386

Garden Beet, 24, 122, 161, 166, 173, 178, 185, 193

—— Crops, Chemistry of, 202

—— Pea, 101, 158, 162, 169, 176, 180, 184, 185, 187, 190, 195

—— Rubbish, 185

—— Vermin, Eradication of, 414

Garlic, 63, 162, 168, 187

Gaura Lindheimeri, 386

Geranium, 265, 368, 393, 399

Gerbera, 266, 399

Gesnera, 266, 362

Geum, 267, 375, 386

Gilia, 373, 397

Gladiolus 267, 329, 368, 376, 382, 393, 402, 4O7, 410 —— Disease, 448

Globe Artichoke, 4, 153, 160, 165, 172, 188, 194

Glory of the Snow, 325

Gloxinia, 268, 331, 363, 368, 376, 402

Godetia, 269, 373, 397

Good King Henry, 84

Gourd, 63, 180

Grape Hyacinth, 336, 408

Green Fly, 416

Grevillea robusta, 271, 363

'Grub', 437

Gypsophila, 373, 386, 398

Half-hardy Annuals, 226

Haltica (Phyllotreta) nemorum, 422 —— oleracea, 422

Hardy Annuals, 226, 364, 372, 380, 396, 407 —— Biennials, 227, 364, 386, 396 —— Perennials, 227, 386

Haricot Bean, 22, 178

Hawkweed, 373

Helianthus annuus, 138, 302 —— tuberosus, 6

Helichrysum, 373

Hemerocallis Kwanso fl. pl., 343

Herbaceous Calceolaria, 240, 374, 391, 395, 401

Herbs, 64, 168, 174

Heterodera radicicola, 424, 445

Heuchera, 386

Hibiscus, 373

Hippeastrum, 229

Hollyhock, 271, 363, 376, 388, 393, 408 —— Disease, 449

Horehound, 67

Horse-radish, 72, 156, 168, 195

Hot-bed, 165, 167

Humus, 208

Hyacinth, 332, 403, 408 —— Feather, 336, 408 —— Grape, 336, 408 —— Italian, 337, 399, 404, 408 —— Miniature, 336, 408 —— Roman, 337, 399, 404, 408

Hyacinthus candicans, 338, 410

Hyssop, 67, 174

Hyssopus officinalis, 67

Iberis, 386

Iceland Poppy, 397

Impatiens, 273, 376 —— Balsamina, 237

Indian Cress, 308 —— Pink, 262 —— Shot, 246, 361

Intermediate Cineraria, 252 —— Stock, 301, 371, 400

Introductory Remarks to Culture of Flowering Bulbs, 317 —— —— —— of Flowers from Seeds, 216 —— —— —— —— All the Year Round, 355 —— —— —— of Vegetables, 1 —— —— to Pests of Garden Plants, 414 —— —— to a Year's Work in Vegetable Garden, 151

Iris, 338, 404

Italian Hyacinth, 337, 399, 404, 408

Ixia, 338, 404

Jacobea, 297, 373

January work among Flowers, 360 —— —— in the Vegetable Garden, 152

Japan Pink, 262

Japanese Day Lily, 343

Jerusalem Artichoke, 6, 161, 165, 194

Jonquil, 339, 405

July work among Flowers, 395 —— —— in the Vegetable Garden, 185

June work among Flowers, 390 —— —— in the Vegetable Garden, 182

Kale, 27, 176 —— —— Sea, 125, 159, 163, 170, 195

Kaulfussia, 373

Knol Kohl, 72, 168

Kochia trichophylla, 274, 368, 382

Kohl Rabi, 72, 168, 185

Lachenalia, 339, 408

Lactuca sativa, 75

Lamb's Lettuce, 53

Land Cress, 54

Larkspur, 274, 373, 397

Lathyrus odoratus, 303

Lavandula, 67

Lavatera, 275, 373, 377

Lavender, 67

Layia, 373

Leaf-mould, 356

Leaf Rust of Tomato, 445

—— Spot of Celery, 442

Leather-jacket, 424

Lecanium hibernaculorum, 426

Leek, 73, 156, 168, 175, 187

—— Bulbs, 75

Lemon Thyme, 71

Lepidium sativum, 54

Leptosiphon, 373, 397

Leptosyne, 373

Lettuce, 75, 123, 156, 162, 169, 175, 180, 184, 185, 189, 191, 193

—— Lamb's, 53

—— Mildew, 442

Leucojum, 339, 408

Lilies, 340, 410

Lilium auratum, 341, 410

—— Harrisii, 341

—— lancifolium, 342, 410

Lily, Bermuda, 341

—— Chinese Sacred, 346

—— Disease, 448

—— Easter, 341

—— Japanese Day, 343

—— of the Valley, 342, 411

Lime, 212

Limnanthes, 373, 397

Linaria, 373, 397, 398

Linum, 373

Lobelia, 275, 368, 377, 383, 396

Love-lies-bleeding, 373

Lupine, 277

Lupinus, 277, 373, 377, 386

Lycopersicum esculentum, 138

Maize, 80, 180

Mallow, 275, 377

Malope, 373

Manures, Artificial, and their application to Garden Crops, 210

March work among-Flowers, 372

—— —— in the Vegetable Garden, 164

Marguerite, 250, 381

Marigold, 277, 373, 377, 383

—— Pot, 67, 278

Marjoram, Pot, 67

—— Sweet Knotted, 67

Marrow, Vegetable, 147, 176, 182

Marrubium vulgare, 67

Marvel of Peru, 278, 377, 383

Mathiola, 299, 373

May work among Flowers, 385

—— —— in the Vegetable Garden, 176

Mealy Bug, 425

Melissa officinalis, 66

Melon, 80, 157, 169, 175, 180, 184

Melon-house, the, 83

Mentha Pulegium, 69

—— viridis, 68

Mercury, 84

Mice, 432

Mignonette, 279, 373, 377, 383, 399

Mildew, Lettuce, 442

—— Onion, 442

Mimulus, 279, 369, 396

—— moschatus, 280

Miniature Hyacinth, 336, 408

Mint, 68

Mirabilis Jalapa, 278

Monkey Flower, 279

Montbretia, 343

Moss-fibre, growing bulbs in, 319, 335, 345, 352

Mushroom, 84, 184

Musk, 280

Mustard, 92, 123, 157, 162

Myosotis, 280, 393

Naegelia, 266

Narcissus, 344, 399, 405, 409

—— Disease, 448

—— Tazetta, 346

Nasturtium, 123, 308, 373, 383

—— officinale, 54

Nemesia, 280, 378, 398

Nemophila, 373, 397

New Zealand Spinach, 131, 170, 181

Nicotiana, 281, 369, 388, 393, 398

Nigella, 373, 397

Nitrogenous manures, 211

November work among Flowers, 410

—— —— in the Vegetable Garden, 194

Oak, Australian, 271

October work among Flowers, 407

—— —— in the Vegetable Garden, 192

Ocymum Basilicum, 66

—— minimum, 66

Oenothera, 386

Onion, 92, 123, 158, 162, 169, 175, 184, 185, 189

—— Fly, 420

—— Grub, 99

—— Mildew, 442

—— Pickling, 99, 175

—— Potato, 99

—— Salading, 184

—— Underground, 99, 197

Orache, 132

Orange Daisy, 263

Origanum Majorana, 67

—— Onites, 67

Ornithogalum, 347, 409

Ovularia elliptica, 448

Oxalis, 347, 406

Ox-eye Daisy, 250, 381

Pansy, 282, 369, 393

Papaver, 288, 397

Parsley, 68, 162, 176, 185, 187, 191, 197

Parsnip, 100, 162, 169, 193

Pastinaca sativa, 100

Pea, 101, 158, 162, 169, 176, 180, 184, 185, 187, 190, 195

—— Disease, 443

—— Siphon-Aphis, 417

—— Sweet, 303, 371, 373, 379, 400, 406

Peat for Pot Plants, 356

Pelargonium, 265, 283, 369, 399

Pennyroyal, 69

Pentstemon, 283, 378

Pepper, Bird, 40

—— Cayenne, 40

Perennial Phlox, 287, 378

Perennials, Hardy, 227, 386

Perilla nankinensis, 222

Peronospora arborescens, 450

—— infestans, 437

—— Schleideni, 442

—— viciae, 443

Perpetual Spinach, 132, 170, 176

Pests of Garden Plants, 414

—— Fungus, of certain Flowers, 447

—— —— of certain Garden Plants, 434

Petunia, 284, 363, 369, 383, 388

Phacelia, 373, 397

Phaseolus multiflorus, 22

—— vulgaris, 17

Phlox Drummondii, 286, 369, 378, 398

—— Perennial, 287, 387

Phorbia brassicae, 421

—— cepetorum, 99, 421

Phosphatic manures, 211

Phytophthora infestans, 117, 437, 445

Pickling Cucumber, 183

—— Onion, 99, 175

Picotee, 287, 383, 399

Pink, 262, 288, 383

Pisum sativum, 101

Plasmodiophora brassicae, 434

Platystemon, 373

Plumed Cockscomb, 248

Polianthes tuberosa, 351

Pollination of Melons, 84

Polyanthus, 288, 370, 394

—— Narcissus, 344

Poppy, 288, 373, 378, 386

—— Disease, 450

—— Iceland, 397

—— Shirley, 397

Portugal Cabbage, 53, 162

Portulaca, 289, 388, 394

—— oleracea, 69

Potash manures, 212

Potato, 108, 158, 169, 176, 185, 187, 192, 193

—— Disease, 117, 437

—— Onion, 99

—— spraying, 440

—— Wart Disease of, 440

Pot Marigold, 67, 278

—— Marjoram, 67

Pots, cleaning, 357

—— sizes of, 357

Potting soil, 355

Primrose, 289, 370, 394

—— Cape, 302

—— Chinese, 291

Primula Auricula, 236

—— Half-hardy, 292, 370

—— Hardy, 293

—— sinensis, 291, 388, 394, 396

—— stellata, 292

—— (veris) elatior, 288

—— vulgaris, 289

Prince's Feather, 373

Psila rosae, 419

Puccinia malvacearum, 449

Pumpkin, 63, 180

Purslane, 69, 123, 289

Pyrethrum, 386

Radish, 118, 123, 159, 163, 170, 185, 187, 197

Rampion, 70, 123

Ranunculus, 293, 348, 370, 411

Raphanus sativus, 118

Rats, 432

Red Cabbage, 38, 166, 174, 188

—— Spider, 426

Reseda odorata, 279

Rheum hybridum, 120

Rhubarb, 120, 163, 193

Ricinus, 293, 371, 384

Ridge Cucumber, 60, 179, 187

Roman Hyacinth, 337, 399, 404, 408

Root-knot Eelworm, 424, 445

Roots, Storing, 193

Rosemary, 70

Rosmarinus officinalis, 70

Rotation of Crops, 198

Rubbish, Garden, 185

Rudbeckia, 373

Rue, 70

Rumex scutatus, 70

Runner Bean, 22, 178, 183

Ruta graveolens, 70

Sacred Lily, Chinese, 346

Sage, 70

Saintpaulia, 295

Salad, Corn, 53, 122, 161, 185, 189

Salads, 122

Salpiglossis, 295, 371, 373, 398

Salsify, 123, 124, 176, 193

Salvia, 70, 295

Sanvitalia, 373

Saponaria, 373, 397

Satureia hortensis, 70

—— montana, 70

Savory, Summer, 70

—— Winter, 70

Savoy Cabbage, 38, 163, 181

Saxifrage, 386

Scabious, 397

Scale, 426

Schizanthus, 296, 378, 399

Schizoneura lanigera, 418

Scilla, 348, 400, 409

Scorzonera, 125, 170

—— hispanica, 125

Sea Kale, 125, 159, 163, 170, 195

—— —— Beet, 27

Sea Lavender, 298, 364, 379

Seed Sowing in January, 152

Senecio, 297

—— Disease, 447

September work among Flowers, 400

—— —— in the Vegetable Garden, 190

Septoria apii, 442

Shallot, 123, 129, 164, 187

Shrubby Calceolaria, 243, 366

Silene, 298, 373, 397, 400

Silver, or Sea Kale, Beet, 27

Sinapis alba, 92

—— nigra, 92

Siphonophora pisi, 417

Sizes of Pots, 357

Sleepy Disease of Tomato, 444

Slugs, 429

Snails, 430

Snapdragon, 230

Snowdrop, 349, 406

Snowflake, Spring, 339

—— Summer, 339

Soil for Pot Plants, 355

Solanum, 298, 371, 378, 394

—— esculentum, 61

—— Melongena, 61

—— tuberosum, 108

Sorrel, 70, 123

Sparaxis, 338, 406

Sparrows, 106, 282, 326

Spearmint, 68

Spider, Red, 426

Spinach, 130, 159, 164, 170, 176, 185, 187, 192

—— Beet, 132, 170, 176

—— Moth Grub, 187

—— New Zealand, 131, 170, 181

—— Perpetual, 132, 170, 176

Spinacia oleracea, 130

Spirals, 132

Spraying Potatoes, 440

Spring Broccoli, 31

—— flowering Stock, 301, 394, 400

—— Flowers from Seeds, 313

Spring-Jack, 431

Spring Snowflake, 339

Sprouting Broccoli, 33, 188

Sprouts, Brussels, 33, 161, 166, 173, 178

Squill, Blue, 348

Stachys tuberifera, 132

Star of Bethlehem, 347

—— Cineraria, 252

—— Primula, 292

—— of the Veldt, 263, 375

Static, 298, 364, 379

Stock, 299

—— Intermediate, 301, 371, 400

—— Spring-flowering, 301, 394, 400

—— Summer-flowering, or Ten-week, 299, 379, 384, 389

—— Winter-flowering, 301, 394

—— Virginian, 373, 397

Stored Bulbs, 413

Storing Roots, 193

Strawberry, 133, 159, 170, 190

—— Alpine, 137, 159, 170

—— Forced, 136

Streptocarpus, 302

—— Wendlandii, 302

'Stripe' of Tomato, 444

Sugar Corn, 80, 180

Sultan's Balsam, 273

Sultan, Sweet, 373, 397

Summer Broccoli, 32

—— Cypress, 274

—— flowering, or Ten-week Stock, 299, 379, 384, 389

—— Savory, 70

—— Snowflake, 339

—— sown Vegetables for Autumn and Winter use, 185, 188

Sunflower, 138, 302, 373, 385

Swan River Daisy, 373, 398

Swede, 147

Sweet Basil, 66

—— Herbs, 64, 168, 174

—— Knotted Marjoram, 67

—— Pea, 303, 371, 373, 379, 400, 406

—— Sultan, 373, 397

—— William, 307, 389

Synchytrium endobioticum, 440

Tagetes, 277

Taraxacum officinale, 60

Tarragon, 71

Temperature of Greenhouses, 358

Tender Annuals, 227

Ten-week Stock, 299, 379, 384, 389

Tetragonia expansa, 131

Tetranychus telarius, 426

Thalictrum, 386

Thrips, 427

Thyme, Common, 71

—— Lemon, 71

Thymus Serpyllum vulgaris, 71

—— vulgaris, 71

Tigridia, 350, 379

Tipula oleracea, 424

Tobacco, 281, 369, 388, 393

Tomato, 123, 138, 159, 164, 171, 181, 190

—— Diseases, 443

Torenia, 308

Tragopogon porrifolius, 124

Traps for Vermin, 415

Trichobasis senecionis, 447

Triteleia uniflora, 350, 409

Tritonia, 350, 411

Tropaeolum, 308, 351

—— canariense, 308, 383

—— majus, 308

—— nanum, 309

—— speciosum, 351

—— tuberosum, 351, 406

Tuberose, 351, 409

Tuberous-rooted Begonia, 238, 323, 360, 366, 391, 401

Tufted Pansy, 310

Tulip, 352, 406, 409, 411

Turban Ranunculus, 348, 370

Turnip, 144, 164, 176, 182, 185, 187, 190, 193

—— Fly or Flea, 422

Turnip-gall Weevil, 437

Turnip-rooted Celery, 51

Underground Onion, 99, 197

Uredo senecionis, 447

Urocystis gladioli, 448

Valerianella olitoria, 53

Vallota purpurea, 353, 372

Vegetable Garden, A Year's Work in, 151

—— —— Rotation of Crops in, 198

—— Marrow, 147, 176, 182

—— Oyster, 123, 124, 176

Vegetables, The Culture of, 1

Ventilating Greenhouses and Frames, 358

Venus' Looking-glass, 373, 397

—— Navel-wort, 373

Verbascum, 386

Verbena, 309, 364, 372,,380, 389

Vermin, Garden, Eradication of, 414

—— Traps, 415

Viola, 310, 386

—— tricolor, 282

Violet Diseases, 451

—— Dog's-tooth, 327, 402

Virginian Stock, 373, 397

Viscaria, 373, 397

Wallflower, 310, 390, 395, 409

Warm Border, 196

Wart Disease of Potatoes, 440

Wasps, 430

Water Cress, 54, 123, 171

Watering Pot Plants, 357

Waxpod Bean, 24

Weeds, 190

Weevil, Turnip-gall, 437

Whitlavia, 373, 397

Wigandia, 311, 372

Windflower, 229, 321

Winter Aconite, 353, 410

—— Broccoli, 31

Winter Cucumber, 58

—— flowering Stock, 301, 394

—— Greens, 171, 176, 187, 193

—— Radish, 120

—— Savory, 70

Wireworm, 43, 330, 381, 431

Witloof, 122

Woodlice, 432

Woolly Aphis, 418

Wormwood, 71

Xeranthemum, 373

Year's Work in the Vegetable Garden, A, 151

Zea Mays, 80

Zephyranthes Candida, 354, 412

Zinnia, 311, 380, 385, 390, 395

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