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Horticulture and Allied Subjects.

VOL XVII.-NEW SERIES.

JANUARY TO JUNE, 1882.

LONDON; 41, WELLINGTON STEEET, COVENT GAEDEN W.C.

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NTS,

JANUARY TO JUNE, i88:

Abelia spatulata, 781

Abies amabilis, 400; A. Eichleri, 145; A.

Fortunei, 221 ; A, grandis, 400 Abulilon Boule de Neige, 534 ; A. Sel-

lowianum variegatum, 470 Abulilons, seedling, 408 ; Mr. George's

new, 370 ; in tubs, 191 Acacia Drummondi in small pots, 189 ;

A. grandis, 599 ; A. longiilora, iS3 Academy, the Royal, 590 Acer obtusatum, and A. neapolitanuni,

374 : A. velutinum ?, 715, 744 Achimenes Verschaffeltii, 780 Acrochsene Rimanni, 796 Adianlum Victorice, 428 ; A. Willtamsi,

46 Adiantums, groups of, 566 Advertisements, misleading, 599 j-Echmea Glaziovi, 781 ^gerita Dulhiei, 401 Aerides cylindncum, 300; A. Lobbi, 807 ;

A. suavissimuni, 668. Afghanistan, the Flora of, 534 African Tuberoses, 474, 536, 6co Agaricus Boletus, an, 432 Agarics, notes on new species of, 186 Agalhxa coelestis, 119 Agave americana, 21 Albuca Wakefieldi, 13 Alexandra Park, Manchester, the, 568 Alexander Peach, the 569, Coi, 6^3, 675,

704 Alkali, Sec, Works Regulation Act, 21 Allamanda Hendtrsoni, on the continuous

flowering of, 20 Allbury House, Surbiton, 189 Almond, double dwarf, 527 Alocasia ]ohnstonei, 13; A, Putzeysi, 297 Alpine plants : Gentians, 670, 735 ; Rho- dodendrons, 25S Alps, the torrent region of the, 146 Alternanthera paronychioides aurea, 434 Amaryllis aulica, 23 ; Mrs. Garfield, 781 Amaryllis, the, 474 ; at Messrs. Veitch's,

257. 302, 339, 372 American blight, 340, 374 ; a preventa-

.live of, 192 American gardens, 806 Ancectochilus, 562 Anastatica hierochuntica, 1S8 Anchusa italica, 768 Androsace sarmentosa, 566 Anemometers, 52 ; a historical sketch of,

410 Anemones apennina and ranunculoides, 401 ; Carter's Empress, 599 ; A. coro- naria alba, 639 ; A. nemorosa, 465 ; A. stellata flore-pleno, 340 Anemones, 334, 370 ; from the South of

France, 372 Anglesea House. Surbiton, 189 Angriecum citratum, 222 ; A. descendens,

558 ; A. hyaloides, 222 Anguloa Clowesii, a fine specimen, 770 ; A. dubia, 764: A. Ruckeri sanguinea, 807 Anise tree of Jnpan, the sacred, 565 Anoplophytum incanum, 464 Anthericum gniptophyllum, 460 Anthurium Andreanum, 740 ; A. Schcr-

zerianum Henderson!, 56 Anlibes, notes from, 16

Ants in the Peach-house, 228, 269, 3^3 ; on the utilisation of, in horticulture, 805

Ants' nests, fungi of, 401

Apple arcades, 113

Apple, Cox's Pomona, 337 ; Golden Harvey, 337 ; the Irish Crofter, 308 ; Isle of Wight Pippin, 184 ; King of the Pippins, 13 ; King of the Pippins and Golden Winter Pcarmain, 30S : Mela Carlo, 308 ; Sturmer Pippin. 369. 675 ; Winter Greening, 679 ; Winter Pcar- main, 13

Apple trees, bush, 598 ; canker in, 24,

56

Apples, dessert, 228 ; good sorts of, 13

Apricots in bloom in January, 89

Aralia leplophylla, 227 ; A. quinquefolia

gracilis, 217 : A. Sieboldii, 57 Araiicaria, the, in the Island of Mull,

439 Arboretum, the, 260 Arboretum Segrezianum, 400 Arisaema speciosum, 537 Arnebia Griffithi, 703 Arum palccstinuni, 428 Arums, white, 712 ; as aquatics, 742 Asarum virginicum, 532 Ash and the Oak, 6co Ashton Court, Bristol, 734 Asia, the botany of Central and North-

Eastern, 152 ; Central, the flora of, iSo Asparagus culture, 463 ; planting, 434 Aspidistra lurida vaiicgata, 712 Asplenium Laffanianuni, 673 Asteriscus pygmteus, 188 Astilbe Thunbergi, 644 Atragene alpina, 678 Atropis puniila, 261 Aubrielias at Chiswick, 639 ; notes on,

227, 438 Aucubas, 462 : pollen of, 676 Auricula Richard Hadley, 634 Auricula, the, 779 ; Mr. Hibberd on the

history of the, 560 ; laced, 634 ; and

Polyanthus, 410 ; old varieties of, 591 ;

in the North, 474 ; double while

flowered, 120, 192, 229 Austrahan flowers, 406; Orchids, new,

461 : plants, the genera of, 529 Azalea Apollo. 188 ; A. Miss Euist, 774 :

A, pontica altaclarcnsis, £44 ; A. rubi-

folia flore-pleno, 644 ; A. serpjUifolia,

429 Azaleas, early, 152 ; Ghent, at Coombe

Wood, 775

BabiANA tubiflora, 599

Baker, Mr. Geo., testimonial presenttd

to, 226 Balsam, a new, 404 Bals.ams tor amateurs, 742 Banana culture in France, 534 Barrington Hall, Esse.v, 55 Baskets, hanging. 190 Batatas paniculata, 268 Beaconsfield buttonholes, 532 Beans, Champion Runner, 149 ; kidney,

707 ; Mazagan, 223 ; Soy, 58

Bearwood, a fine Peach tree at, 805 Beddiiig-out, hints on, 809 Bee books. 25

Bees, the instinct of, 562 ; in Peach- houses, 408, 440. 473 ; the Willow for,

435

Beet wine. 86

Begonia Daviesii. 268 ; B discolor. 46.1 ; B. nitida. 86 ; B. Roczlii, l83 ; B. socotrana, 108 ; B. undulata as a b.atUet plant, 405

Begonias, sporting in. 224

Benthamia fragifera, 828

Berberis Aquifolium as a hedge plant. 58 ; B. Darwinii. 374, 527. 569 ; B. Dar- winiiand B. stenophylla. 600: B. For- tunei. 7f 6 : B. sinensis. 679 ; B. steno- phylla x . 527 ; B. vulgaris, 640

Berberis, evergreen. 473

Bignonia venu.sta, 54 ; B. capreolata var. atrosanguinea, 598

Birch, Silver, remarkable growth in a, 601

Bird flower of Mexico the. 142

Birds and their habits. 25 ; and animals, habits of. 231 ; notes about, 299: small, on the decrease of, 192

Blackbirds and the slugs, 23, 152, 152, 194

Bliiids, raised, for Orchid-houses, 526

Boilers, on cleaning, 643, 681 ; Mr. Roch-

ford's, 23 Bolbophyllum mandibulare. 366 Bomarca conferta, 1S6 ; B. froudea. 668 ; B. Shuttleviorthii, 76 ; B. viteUiiia. 143 " Bone tree," the, 408

Books Noticed : Blackmore's Christo- well, 81 ; Botanical Magazine, 84 ; Bouchard's How to Live on Nothing, 778 ; Bulletin de la Federation des Socielit-s d'Horticullure de Belgiqne, 475 ; Burrows' Agricultural Depression and How to Meet it, 811 ; Calvert's Mechanic's Almanac, 58 ; Cassell's Bible Educator, 475 ; Cassell's Familiar Garden Flowers, 58 ; Church's Labora- tory Guide, 811 ; Cooke's British Fresh- water Alga?. T48 ; Cooke's Freaks and Marvels of Plant Life. 15 ; Cooke's Illustrations of British Fungi. 58 ; Cor- respondance Botanique. 475 : Davies' Practical Microscopy. 193 : D'Ombrain's Rosarian's Year Book. 193 ; Ellwan- ger's 'The Rose. 738 ; Flore des Serres, 470 ; Florist and Pomologist, 84, 267 ; Gamble's Manual of Indian Timbers, 706 ; Goeze's Geography of Plants for Gardeners, &c.. 193 ; Illustration Hor- ticole. 84 ; Johnston's .'\tlas of Botany. 58 ; Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society. 81 ; Leighton's Wanderings of an Archreologist amongst Old Churches. 58 ; Lindley's A Trip to the Ardennes. 778 ; Live .Slock of the Farm. 14B ; McAlpine's Botanical Atlas. 77S ; May's Press Manual. 47s : Morton's Crops of the Farm. 811 ; Oliver's On and Off Duty. 379 ; Oliver's On Board a Union Steamer, 539 ; Pack- ard's Insects Injurious to Forest and Shade Trees, 634 ; Paxton's Flower Garden, new ed., 475; Pfitzer's Com- parative Morphology of the Orchidca?,

341 ; Rabenhorst's Kryptogamic Flora, 193 ; Reeve's Cookery and Housekeep- ing, 778 : Schriboux and Manot's El^- mens de Botanique Agricole. 475 ; Tanner's Holt Castle, 778 ; Turner's Names of Heibes, 298 ; Veitch's Manual of Conifers, 224 ; 'Vilmorin's Les Meilleurs Blis, 778 ; Watson's Topographical Botany, 54 ; Williams' Orchid Album, 369, 466, 778

Borago orientalis, 29S

Botanical collectors : Geo. Barclay, 303

Botanic Garden of Santiago, the, 598

Botanical nomenclature, 304

Bougainvillea speciosa, 53S

Bouquet, a novel. 53

Bouquets, winter, 120

Bournemouth, gardening at, 46

Bouvardia Alfred Neuner, 53. 781 ; a new double pink. 469 ; on the culture of the, 643

Bouvardias as e.xhibition plants, 83

Box edgings, on laying, 295

Boxwood labels. 191

Brazilian BromeliaceK, 224

Brick-kilns, effects of. on vegetation. 224

Bristol, joltings round, 462

British Bee-keepers' Association. 270

BriUsh Guiana, 339; new plants from,

430

Broadlands, Hants, 108

Brocchinia cordylinoides, 430

Broccoli, Ledsham's Latest of All. 645 ; Perkins' Champion. 403 ; purple Sprout- ing. 301 ; Sutton's Late Queen, 777

Broomfield Orchids, the, 768

Brussels Sprouts, Aigburth. 301

Bucklandia populinea. 406

Buffalo horn manure. 630

Bulbophyllum cupreunt fla\'um, 330

Bulbs, on forcing, 154 ; forced, on plant- ing out, 537

Burdock, Japanese, 185

Burlingtonia Candida, 807

Caebage-Eeoccoli, Gilbert's, 17 Caladenia leptochila, 462 ; C. lobata, 461

C. macrostylis, 462; C. paniculata, 461

C. plicata, 461 ; C. reticulata, 462 ; C,

tenuis, 462 : C. unita. 461 Caladium tubers, on resting. 23. 401 Calanthe. on sowing the seeds of. 194 Calanthe Turneri. 48 ; C. 'Veitchii, 807 Calceolaria bicolor, 569; C. deflexa, 590

C. Kayii, 828 ; herbaceous, 812 ; her

baceous, at Bedford Hill House, 678

Mr. James' strain of, 704 Calceolarias, spring struck, 50 Calycanthus floridus. 749 Cassia corymbosa, 828 Catalogue, a curious. 806 Catalpa K^mpferi. 828 Catasetum Christyanum. 588 ; C. Christy-

anum chlorops. 628 Cattleya amethystoglossa. 300 ; C. aurea,

370 ; C. cilrina, 114 ; C. Dormaniana,

216 ; C. gigas, 801 ; C. galeata Leo.

poldi, 808 ; C. labiata bella, 700 ; C.

Percivaliana, 796 ; C. Sanderiana, 803

IV

The Garclgnets' Chronicle,]

INDEX.

(June =4.

C. Trianas, 222 ; C. Trianoe vars., 369, 402 ; C. velutina, 828 ; C. Wallisii, 557

Catllcyas, &c., al Mr. Bockc-tt's, 770

Cambessedesia paragiiayensis, 297

Cambridge, Mass., notes from, 344

Camellia, llie old double white, 116; C. Giuseppina Merealelli, 297 ; C. im- bricata out-of-doors, 469 ; C. La Cam- pace, 438

Camellia covered walls, 679

CameUias, flowering in Yorkshire, 469; and climbing Roses, 679

Campanula niacroslyla, 766

Campanulas as pot plants, 534

Canadian notes, 232, 734 ; vegetable products in Gem)any, 226

Candytufts, perennial, notes on, 643, 711

Canker in Apple trees, 56

Cantua dtp-;ndens, 439

Cape bulbs, 155

Capsicum Little Gem, 781

Carica erythrocarpa, )6

Carnations and Picotees, 474, 603

Carnation Chiswick Red, 268 ; C. .Souve- nir de la Malmaison, j88

Carnations, tree, 566 ; Mr. Howard's, 704 ; diseases of, 230

Carriage of goods by rail, 90

Cassandra calyculata, 374

Cassiope fastigiata. 598

Casuarina suniatrana, 307

Cauliflowers, notes on, 17

Cedar of Lebanon, on the introduction of the, 568 ; at Geneva, 684

Celery, Carter's Incomparable crimson, 223 ; Col. Clarke's solid red, 149

Cereus, Mr. Fleming's hybrid, 772

Ceylon Botanic Garden, I'icus elastica in the, 264

Ceylon, new cultures in, 18

Chrenosloma hispidum, 702

Charcoal, in potting soils, 437 ; mak- ing in Kent, 639

Chemistry ot horticulture, the, 145

Cherries, Morello, on board walls, 115; early, 184 ; notes on, ili

Chicken raising, 476

Chilian plants, 639

China fioses at Mamhead, 736

Chionodoxa Lucilios, 304 ; C. nana, 527

Chiswick, .\ubrietias at, 639 ; the great vinery at, 18 ; notes from, 825

Chlorophyium Kirkii, 108

Choisya ternata, 13, 566, O32

Chorispora Greigi, 56

Christison, .sir R., death of, 133

Chrysanthemum fruticosum. 821

Chrysanthemums, early flowering, 24,

■53 Ohysis bractescens, 13 Cinchona, Mr. Holmes on, 153 Cineraria, the, 603 ; on growing the,

23 ; at Redlces. 370 ; from seed,

229. 308 : named sorts of, 270 Cistus laxus, 828 City of London Day Census, 266 Civic science. 440 Claremont Park, Esher, 555 Clarke, Mr., proposed subscription for,

234 Clematis indivisa, 533 ; C. montana gran-

diflora, 592 Clematis, hardy, 270 ; in pots, early

flowering, 598 : selection of greenhouse,

'94 Clerodendron fallax in small pots, 708 Clianthus magnificus, 376 Climbers for greenhouse and stove, 233 Cliveden in spring. 734 Clove Carnation Mrs. Lazenby, 227 Clover and grass seeds, 53 Coccocypselum discolor, 643 Cochineal cultivation in Teneriffe, 711 Cocoa-nut grove in Queensland. 369 Codonanthe sp. ?, 431 Ccelogyne barbata. 82 ; C. cristata, 147 ;

C. cristata alba, 153 ; C. Massan-

geana, 82. 369, 808 ; a malformed, 465 Coffee in Ceylon, 681 Coffee-leaf disease, 374 : in Ceylon, 13 ;

Mr. Stijrck's remedy for the, 219 Colchicum montanum, 77 Cole, Sir Henry., death of, 535 Columnea Kalbreyeriana, 44, 216 CoKvyn Bay, plants flowering at, 90 Comely Bank Nurseries, the, 591

Committee, the Scientific, of the Royal Horlicullural Society ; subjects brought before the ; -Acer velutinum ?, 157 ; Cabb.^ge-leaf, diseased, 812 ; Car- nation disease, 230 ; Dipladenia hybrida, 812 ; Earl of Romney's plants, 440 : fungus on living insect. 440 ; fungi, preserved, 230 ; fungus in dilute sulphuric acid, 644 ; gale, eftects of the, on leaves, 644 ; Gentiana verna, 570 ; Glastonbury Thorn. 58 : grass, disease of, 377 ; Hollyhock fun- gus, 812 ; Hoya globulosa, on the fer- tiiisa'.ion of. 5,0 ; Hylocoetus, 58 ; Iris fungus, 812 ; labels for pkants, 440 ; Larch disease, 644 ; Larch leaf miner, 570 : Mushroom reversed, 644 ; Oaks, malformed, 577 ; Oregon Conift-rs. 378 : Pea, apparent superfcetation in

the, 230 ; Pear, lobed leaves of the 230 ; plants exhibited, 38. 231. 378, 451, 715, 812 : Potato disease, 58 Quercus Ilex, malformed acorns of. 230. Rhododendrons, 378 ; Rhododendrons exhibited by Mr. Mangles, 440, 570, 644 ; Rhododendron triflorum, 715 salt on the foliage of trees, 715 : seeds germination of, 644 ; Sobralia ma crantha, diseased leaves of, 58; Thuyas disease of, 377 ; Thuya Lobbii ic. 812 ; Timber, red-stained, 812 ; tu mours on the blanches of Abies ama bills, 812 ; winter losses in plants, 231 worm-casts, nitrogen in, 58

Conip.ass plants, the so-called, 308 Cones, Pine, length of, 226 ; proliferous,

112, 155, 264 Coniferre, on the female flowers of the,

116 Conifers attacked by fungus, 269 Conifers, some facts about, 12 ; size, age,

and hardiness, 12 ; economic value, 46 ;

Oregon, 400 ; Western, notes on, 260 Conservatory and hothouse building, 767,

808 Continental express parcel post, 342 Coombe Bank, Sevenoaks, 367 Coombe Wood Nursery, the, 806 Coprosma lucidum, 406' Corbularia monophylla, 266 Cordyline macrantha = Brocchinia cor-

dylinoides, 430 Cornish garden, a, 37 Correa cardinalis, 83 ; planted out, 463 Coryanthes elegantissima, 436, 592, 632 Cote House, Bristol, 462 Cotoneaster buxifolia, 766 Cotton, houses built of, 157 Cragside, Northumberland, 436 Craig-y-nos Castle, 464, 538 Crataegus azarolus, 23 ; C. coccinea var.

cordata, 749 ; C. leucophloeos, 749 ; C.

oxyacantha obtusata, 592 Crinum amabile, 23 ; C. Northianum,

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Crocus Boryi albus, 118 ; C. vernus, 333 Crocus, life history of a, and geographical

distribution of the genus, ii8 Crocuses, new, 20 Cryptanthus Beuckeri, 464 Cryptochilus lutea, 733 Cucumber, Carter's Model, 777 Cucumbers by "express," 427, 463 Curtis' Florida Plants, 226 Cyeads, hardihood of, 678 Cyclamen Coum vernuni, 113 Cyclamens, 269 ; Mr. Clarke's, 270 ;

notes on, 232 ; Mr. Little's, 370 Cydonia japonica as a bush specimen, 86 ;

as pyramids. 334 Cymbidium eburneum. 330 : under cool

treatment, 466 ; Parishii, 828 Cypripedium discolor, 218 ; C. Law-

renceanum, 8o3 ; C. Mastersianum.

706 ; C. microchilum. 77, 644 ; C.

pubescens, 566 ; C. Spicerianuni, 261 ;

C. Williamsianum, 218 Cypripedium, a monograph of the genus,

48 Cyrtoceras reflexum, 599 Cyilopera plantaginea, 700 Cytisus prcecoxx, 679; C. purpureiis,

Dactylis glomerata variegata, 118

Daffodil, the Tenby, 344

Daffodils, semi-double and full double, 401

Dahlia show, the proposed national, 116

Dahlias, single, as pot plants, 679 ; single, among Rhododendrons, 708

Dalkeith, Young Gardeners' Mutual Im- provement Society, 679

Daphne Blagayana, 372

Darwin, Charles, death of, 535, 558, 564, 708

Date Palm. Dr. Bennet on the, 366

Davallia bullata, 294 ; D. elegans as a pyramid, 599 ; D. Griffilhiana, 645, 672

Decaisne, Joseph, memoir of, 215

Deepdene, the, 5S7

Dell, Mr. J., 740

Dendrobium Ainsworlhiix, var. roseuni, 8o3 ; D. Boxallii, 49 ; D. crassinode Barberianum, 222 ; D. Christyanum, 178 ; D. Dalhousianum, 831 ; D. D. var. Rossianum, 796 ; D. densiflorum, 736 ; D. formosum giganteum, 369 ; D. I'ormosum, 433 ; D, Hughii, 764 ; D. Jamesianum. 300 ; D. Leechianum, 256 ; D. Lubbersianum, 460 ; D. luteolum, 82 ; D. nobile var. nobilius, 366, 433 ; D. nobile, a three-lipped, 430 ; D. pulchellum, 530, 706 ; D. secundum niveum, 733 ; D. suavissimum. 8o3

Dendrobium, Ust of the species of (con- tinued from 689, vol. xvi.), 26, 306, 471, 528. 641. 735. 776

Dendrobiums, on bare blocks, 369 ; seed- ling, 802 ; useful, Sp2

Dendrochilum arachnites. 256

Derbyshire, a day in, 538

Derncleugh, 826

Deutzia scabra, 82B

Devon Roscry, the, 668

Dew and hoar frost, 263

Dianthuses, annual, for cutting, -ii

Diccntra spectabilis. 745

Dioscorea multicolor, 257

Diosma fragrans, 742

Dinner service, " Flora Danica," 810

Dinner-table decorations, 682

Dipladenia amabilis, 13: hybrida, 812

Disa grandiflora seedlings, 402

Discaria longispina, 703

Dillon Park, old Oiiks at, 638

Doryanthes P;ilmeri, 408

Downside, Leatherhead, 631

Draccena elliptica, 260 ; D. fragrans var. Massangeana. 370 ; D. Goldieana, flowering of, 48 ; D. termlnalis rubra, cut down. 86

Dracontium, a new, 339

Drimys Winter!. 678

Drinkstone Park, Suffolk, no

" Dripping" time, a, 826

Drosera peltata, 744

Dublin, notes from, 368

Dunse Castle, the fallen timber at, 5^

Dyera, the genus, 833

Dyer, Mr. W. T. T.. C.M.G., 772

E,\KTHWJRMS, 52

liListliigh, Devon, 8^9

Eche\eria letusa, 120

Edelweiss, soil for the, 89

Edge Hall, hardy plants in fl-twcr at, 799

Edgings to walks, 537

Edinburgh, mildness of the season in, 376,

47; Ehret, the flower painter, 604 1-laphoglossum Backhousianum, 672 Electric light, the, 772, 835 ; at the Crystal

Palace, 186 Elmfield, Bristol, 462 Ely Court, Glamorgan, 680 Ember Court, Surrey. 296 Enkyanthus japonicus, 405 Epacris onosmceflora. 302 Epacrises, on the culture of, 78 Epidendruni cingillum, 330 ; E. Cooperi-

anum calogtossum. 460; E, Wallisii, 222 Epilobium angustifolium, 91 Epiphegus virginiana. parasitism of. 152 Epipremnum mirabile, 180 Epping Forest. 731 ; in ancient British

times, 777 ; Club underground, 83S Eria viitata. 330

Erica herbacea, 304 ; E. hyemalis alba, 84 Eritrichium nanum, 703 Escallonia macrantha, 703 ; E. rubra var.

punctata, 119 Escobedia, the genus, 20 Esher Lodge, Surrey, no Enadenia eminens, 557 iLulophia pulclira, 732 Euonymus latifolius, 119 Eupatorium grandiflorum, 224 Euphorbia jacquiniflora, 57 I'uphorbias In small pots, 86 Eurybia Gunnii. 644 ICvergreen hedges, 87, 711 Evolution and gardeners, 564 Exacum macranthum, 710 Exeter Nursery, the, 765, 798 Exhibiting, an error in, 376

Fence, an improved, 809

Fennel by the wayside, 706

Ferns, notes on, 9 ; new garden, 672 ;

from Arizona, 150 P'ernery at Nash Court, the, 307 Ferns at Rockville. 668 I'>rridres, plants in flower at, 1S6 Ficaria grandiflora. 372 Fjcus elastica in the Ceylon Botanic

Garden, 264 ; F. elastica foliis aurea-

marginatis. 143 ; F. minima, 226 Fig cultivation in the Colonies, 227 Fir, a new, 145

Fire annihilator, a miniature. 304 Flies and Orchid flowers. 706 Flora Danica dinner service, 810 Flora of Afghanistan, 534 ; of Central

Asia, 180 ; of Prussia, census of the,

116 ; of Spain, the, 533 Florists' flowers, notes on greenhouse, 121,

811 ; hardy, 831 Flowering shrubs, the disposition of, 805 J'lowerbed, an autumn, 710 ; a spring, 834 I-'lower garden, 531 ; an old fashioned,

534 Flower shows on Mondays, 636 Flower and tree stakes, tubular. 679 Flowers, hardy, notes on, 188 ; in season,

464, 527. 592, 703, 766 ; on shoots, 79 ; wild, in Matlock, 473

Flower seeds, bad, 602

Fog, effects of London, on Orchids, 114

Food of plants, the, 145

I'orcing flowers, on, 116

lorcing plants in the dark, 154

Forcing season, the, 255

lorestry : economic management, 335, 532 ; Col. Pearson on, 335, 338 ; thin- ning woods, 528 ; practical manage- ment, 334

I'orestry Bulletin. American, 118

Forest school, ^L Boppe on a, 468

Forest, remnant of a submerged, 343

Forests of Northern Siberia, 157 ; ut the Sutlej Valley, 13

Forsythia viridissima, 437

Freesia Lcichtlinii major, 331

Freesia, notes on the genus, 113

Fritillaria Sewerzowi, 304

Frost and the Pine woods, 340

Frosts, late, 682

Fruit blossoms, 4o5 ; on protecting, 269, 301

I'ruit prospects, 302, 439, 473, 569, 682, 804 ; in East Anglia, 809 ; in Yorkshire, 809 ; in South Wilts, 474

Fruit plantations, 402

Fruit tree pruning, 800

Fruit within a fruit, a, 11, Coi

Fruits, new. of 1881, 107 Fuchsia corymbiflora, for large conserva- tories, 86 ; F. e.\oniensis, 806 ; F. pen- duliflora, 340 ; F. splendens, 537

Fungi of ants" nests, 401 ; in mud walls, 710 ; hygrosorption in relation to. O71 ; preserved, 230

Fungus, abnormal growth of a, 307

Funkias, 681

Furze Down, the conservatory at, 679

Gaillardia picta var. Lorenziana, 21

Galeandra nivalis. 378, 536

Gale of April 29, the, 591 ; effects of the,

627, 678, 744 Gardeners' Royal Benevolent Institution,

S4' 338. 676, 808, 832 G.irdeners and emigration, 600; and

evolution. 564 Gardeners' societies, on the formation of,

48 Garden in Lancashire, a, 776 Gardenias for Paris, 86 ; on the culture

of, 459 Gardening, medical, 177 Garden produce, the carriage of, 534 Garden prospects, 376 Garden Roses, 769 Garden seats, where to place, 743 Garden structures and implements, 714 Garrya elliptica, 152 Garten Zcitung, the. 20 General Horticultural Co. (Limited), 406,

471 Genista hispanica, 668 ; G. praecox, 557.

744 ; G. purgans, 566 ; G. radiata, 119 Gentiana acaulis. 366, 642 ; at Killie-

crankie, 601 ; G. Fetisowi. G. Olivieri

var., 781 ; G. verna, 527, 570 Gentians, on the culture of, 670, 735 ;

from seed, 768 Gfonoma Scholtiana. 189 Germination. M. Planchon on, 54 Germs and Bacteria, 523 Gesnera elongata, 374 Geum coccineum flore-pleno, 774 ; and

hybrids, 334 Gladiolus, notes on, 431 Glasgow Botanic Garden, the new range

in the, 221 Glasnevin Botanic Garden, 152 Glass wall protectors, 89 Glazing, on, ii8" Glencairn, Surbiton, 189 Glossodia intermedia, 462 Gloxinia The Czar, 703 Gloxinias, on the culture of, 179 ; in

January, 116 ; notes on, 703 Gomeza planifolia, 232 Goodia latifolia, 565 Gooseberries, extraordinary, 20 Gooseberry, the, 308 Graft hybridisation, 636 Grape growing. 832 ; on the roofs of

houses, 834 Grape, the Chatsworth, 17, 83 ; Duke

of Buccleuch as a stock for Foster's

Seedling, 149 ; Early Montreuil. 232 ;

Golden Queen, 17, 83 ; a new black,

704 ; Madresfield Court, 831 Grapes, Australian, 534 Grapes, late white. 50 Grape growing, 832 ; at \\'hetstone, 78 Grass, a new disease of, 377 (irasses. New Zealand, 2C0 Green with cut flowers, 307 Grevillea acanthifolia, 340 ; G. Thele-

manniana, 188 Grosvenor Gallery, the, 13, 630

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INDEX.

Gum Cistus, the, 774 Gynura aurantiaca, 297 Gypsophila cerastioides, 599

H

Hadlklla rhodop^'iiais, 39S Hxiiianthus sanguineus, 598 Hailstorm insurance, 86 Hardy plants, among tlic, 628 Hawthorns flowering in January, 117 Hazel, flowering of the, n8 Heatherbank, hardy flowers at, 154 Heating experiments, 376 Heaths at Clapton, 567 Hebenon, the. 709 Heckfield, notes from, 701 Hedges, evergreen, 87 ; ornamental, 156 ;

on the planting of, 375 Hedgerow timber, on the planting of, 90 Helianthenmm rosmarinifolium, 592 Helicocoryne ramosa, 463 Heholrope White Lady, 340. 406 Helleborus fcetidus, 90. 120 Hellebores, notes on. 52, 181 Henierocallis, 681 Hens, on sitting, 476 Hibbertia dentata, 338 Hibiscus rosa sinensis, 297, 470 Hierochloeborealis, 592 ; H.redolens, 598 Honesty, 567 Honey-dew, 810 Hong Kong, notes from, 799 Hoole House, rock plants in flower at,

474 Hooper & Co.'s nursery at Twickenham,

710 Horticulture in Switzerland, 344 Hou5tonia coerulea, 592 Hoya imperialis, 90 ; globulosa, 732 lioya globulosa, on the fertilisation ol,

570. 598 Hur^it, Mr. W., death of, 233 Hurst tS: Son, Messrs., 267 Hyacinths, colour at the tips of the leaves

of, 304 ; in Holland, 375 ; proliferous,

188, 267 ; Paris. 264 Hyacinth, the single blue Roman, 304,

'376 Hyacinth exhibition at Exeter, 470 Hyacinths, the trade in cut flowers of,

118; at South Kensington, 442; tuck- ing them in. 569 Hydrangea Hortensia, 835 ; H. japonica

tricolor. 775 Hydrangeas in small pots, 774 Hydroglossum scandens var. Fulcheri,

399 Hvgroscopic plants, 188

I

Irf.ris gibrdlaricahybrlda, 638; I. sly- losa, 13

Iberis, the perennial species of, 774

Ice storing in sawdust, 45, 88, 154, 229, 269

Imantophyllum miniatimi, 24, 58, 88

Impaiiens Sultani, 812

Incarvillea compacta, 598, 781

Ii dia-rubber, 472 ; of Malaya and Tropi- cal Africa. 833

India-rubber, imports for 1881, 266

India, waste lands in. 736

Insects, 643 ; new, injurious to agricul- ture, 710 ; retarded development in- 708

lonopsis paniculata, 566

Isaiia. fu^iforrais, 377

Ixora coccinea in winter, 20 ; I. Pilgrimii, 774

Jataranda mimosifolia, 54 Japan, the sacred Anise tree of, 565 Jasniinum gracillimum, 54 Jodrell Laboratory at Kew, the, 568

K.cmpff.ria Gilberlii, 712

Kalmia latifolia at Bearwood, 806

Kennedya mbicimdi, 568

Kent, charcoal making in, 639

Kerria japonica, 527

Kew arboretum ; Oaks, the. 227

Kew, the Jodrell Laboratory at, 568 ;

the Marianne North Qjllery at, 763 ;

the Museums, 226 ; the Physiological

Laboratory at, 226 ; the rock garden at, 304. 406, 708, 774 ; the Succulent- house at, 772 ; the temperate- ho use at, 636

Kimbolton Castle, 120

King's Meadows. 21

Kingston-on-Thames Nursery, the, 109, 144

Kippist, Mr. R., death ot, 91

Knouslcy Gardeners' Mutual Improve- ment Association, 599

Lapf.i,, a plant, 23

Lib.;ls, Boxwood. 191 ; of glas<;, 120

Laburnums and Hawthorns, 710

Lachenalia Nelsoni, 366

Lceliaanceps. 222 ;L. anceps var. Veitclili. 82 ; L. callistoglossa. 76 ; L. elegans alba, 808; L. harpophylla, 402 ; L, purpurata Williamsi, 808 ; L. xanthina, 8o3

Lambton House, accommodation for gardeners at, 532

Lancashire, a garden in, 776

Lapageria alba, a double, 742, 777

Larch leaf-miner. 570

Lathrxa clandestina, 464

Lathyrus luteus, 632 ; L. sativus, 807

Laurel, the Caucasian, 152

Laurels, common, as flowering shrubs,

374

Lawes, Sir John B,, 676

Lawn-edge cutter. Ridgway's. C42

Law Notes : The Commissioners of the Exhibition of 1851 v. The Royal Horti- cultural Society, 411 ; Morgan :■. Gor- don &Co.. 158

Leea amabilis, 436

Lee, Mr. John, presentation to, 404

Leiophyllum buxifolium, 673

Lespedeza bicolor. 297

Lettuce culture, 828

Leucoium xslivum. bulb upon bulb in, 155 ; L. vernum flore-pleno, 23

Levvisia rediviva, 711

Libonia floribunda, ii3 ; L. Penrho^ien- sisx, 189

Lilac, Persian, in January. 20

Lilies of the Valley, imported, 54 ; for forcing, 602

Lilium auraium. 336 ; L. Leichdini, 343 ; L. Parryi, 781 ; L. polyphyllum, 781 ; L. rubescens, 232

Lindenia rivalis. 781

Linnean Society 711 ; soiree. 436

Linum flavum and L. arboreum, 600

Lithospermum prostratum, 63i

Liverpool Horticultural Association, i83

Longford Castle, the conservatory at, 408

Lonicera Alberti, 256, 370, L. semper- virens, 464

Luculia gralissima, 229

Lnscombe Casde, Devon, 743

Lycaste flavescens. 433 ; L. Skinneri var, delicatissima. 182 ; L. sulphurea. 318

Lyclinis vespertina flore-pleno. 810, 836

Lvcopodium dichotomum. 370

Lygodict>on Forsteri, 44, 90, 331

Lyaionotus serrata, 56

Mackava bella. 565, 602, 712 Mackenzie. Mr. W., death of. 158 Magnesium salts : their influence on

Vmes, 191 Magnolia conspicua, 436, 464, 469 ; M.

purpurea, 567 Malacca, notes of a trip to, 813 Malvern House, 461 Mamhead House, 796 ; China Roses at,

736 Mandioca in Brazil, 406 Mandragora autumnalis, 117 ; M. officina-

rum. 339 Manures as absorbents of water, 640, 670 M.iranta VVarscewiczii, 464 Mdrcgraavia dubia, 711 Marianne North Gallery, Kew, opening

of the, 763 Marigold, Meteor, 836 Market gardeners' liabiUties, 307 Market gardens. 373: in January. 53 Marnock, Mr. R., portrait ot. 567 Mascarenhaisia Curnowiana, 464. 828 MasdevalHaChelsoni x , 222 ; M. Estradra

delicata, 525 ; M. Fraseri, 143 ; M.

Harryana caulescens. 808 ; M. Harry- ana versicolor, 812 ; M. ludibunda, 179;

M. rosea, flowering of, 594, 628 ; ^l.

picturata, 10 ; M. polysticta var. crassi-

caudaia, 179 ; M, Shuttleworthii, 297 ;

M. Shuttleworthii xanthocorys, 366 ;

M. triangularis, 44 ; M. urostachya,

765 Matlock, wild flowers in, 473 Maurandia, the genus, 22

Maxillaria hyacinthina, 370 ; M. lepidotn,

49 ; M. ochroleuca, 232 Meconopsis nepalensis, 767 Medical gardening, 177 Medicinal plants, cultivation of, 639 Medinilla amabilis, 561, 572; M. niag-

niftca, 679 Melon, Best of All, 777 ; the Cantaloup,

84 : Lockinge Conqueror, 704. Melons, varieties of, 602 ; new, 042, 682,

712, 744 ; on the cultivation of, 596 Melon growing, economical, 7^2 Mentone, plants in flower at, 47 ; notes

from, 372 ; the Queen at, 438, 534 Mexico, the bird flower of, 142 Mezereon, 338 Mice in gardens. 192, 119, 269 ; and how

to trap them, 229. 343 Mickleham, Surrey. 699 Middletqn Hall, spring bedding at, 538 Mignone'tte, Balrhin's new double while,

155 ; Miles'. 474 Mignonettes, a trial of, 87 Mildew in Vineries. 829 Miller, Mr. J., presentadon to, 679 Miltonia Warscewiczii xtherea, 732 Milton Park. 267 Mimulus, the, 643 Modiola geranioides, 370 Monday flower shows, 636 Monsonias, notes on the, 57 Montbretia crocosmiflora x , 781 Monte Carlo, the gardens at, 47 Moore, Mr. T., the retirement of, 20, 118 ;

complimentary dinner and presentation

to, 642, 708 Moricandia sonchifolia. 527 Muck and money, 526 Muir, Mr. W.. testimonial to, 471 Musas as flowering plants. 438 Mushrooms, on the culture of, 83 ; with- out heat. 16 Musks, notes on, 470 Mycological season, 186 Myosoiis dissitiflora, 307, 566 Myrtles covered with berries, 86

N

Narcissus Gertrude Jekyll, 472 ; N. Mastersianus, 472 ; N. obvallaris, var. Grand Trunk, 472

Narcissus, the corona or cup of the, 775

Nash Court, the fernery at, 307

Naudin, Charles, portrait of, 183

Nectarine Peach, 297

Nelumbium luteum, 568 ; flowering in cultivation, 11

Nemophila insignis in January, 86

Nepenthes atro-sangumea, 826 ; N. Dor- mannianax, 525 ; N. hirsuta var. glab- rescens, 398; N. intermedia x, 178; N. Kennedyana, 257 ; N. lanata. 178 N. Ratcliffiana x , 178 ; N. rubro-m ic- ulatax, 143 ; N. Wrigleyana, 143

Nepenthes, notes on the new, 56

Nephrolepis davallioides lurcaiis, i83

Nephrodium Rodigasianum, 781

Nerium Oleander, 642

Nicoliana afiinis, 37J, 440

Nightingale, the, 562

Nitrogen in worm-casts, 58

Norbury Park. Surrey, 667

Normanton Park, 219

Notts Horticultural and Botanical So- ciety, 266

Nurserymen, the caution to, 23

Nympha;a tuberosa, 232

Oaks, old, at Ditton Park, 638

OerTUARV :— Christison, Sir R., 153 ; Dale, Mr. J., 572; Decaisne, M. Joseph, 215 ; Fancourt, Mr., 271, 309 ; Godwin, Mr. A., 122 ; Graham, Mr. S. J., 122; Hoff"man, G. H., 540; Hopwood, Mr. W., 59; Hurst, Mr. W., 233 ; Instone, Mr. B., 122 ; Count de Kerchove, 309 ; Kippist, Mr. R., 91 ; McKay, Mr. A., 271 ; Mackenzie, Mr. D., 271 ; Mackenzie, Mr. W.,

- 158 ; Mellor. Mr. T., 604, 646 ; Nel- son, Rev. J. G., 540 ; Oliver. Mr. A., 716 ; Ormiston, Mr. C. W., 91 ; Smith, Rev. Gerard, 153 ; Smith, Mr. W., 158 ; Tyso, Mr. Carey, 233 ; Wemyss, Mr. G., 749 ; Wilson, Mr. J. N.,749; Woodhead, Mr. T., 604, 646

Ochna multiflora, 294

Odontoglossum acuminatissimum. 256 ; O. Andersonianum var. lobatum. 182 ; O. anguslatum stylites. 588 ; O. aslran- thuni. 826 ; O. brevifolium, 828 ; O. crispum. 56. 300 ; O. crispum fastuosum, 182 ; O. crispum var. Stevensii, 378 ; O, crispum var. sulphureuni, 182 ; O. cris-

tatellum, 143 ; O. histrionicum, 178 ; O. Leeanum, 525 ; O. ligiilare, 558 ; O. Londesboroughianum, 261 ; O. luteo- purpureum ampUssimum, 525 ; O. lyro- glossum, 632 ; O. mirandum. 16, 82, 142 ; O. pardinum. 300 ; O. Pescatorei flaveolum, 331 ; O. Pesciitorei raacu- latum, 182 ; O. Pescatorei Veitchianum, 441, 588 ; O. Roezlii, 300 ; O. Rossii majus, 49, 300 ; O. sceptrum, 525 ; O. Schroiderianum, 700; O. vexillariuni Wiotianum, 026 ; O. Wilckcanum, 182 ; O. Wilckeanum, pallidum 217

Old masters, the, 44

Olearia Gunniana, 732

Olive oil in Sicily. 374

Oraphalodes verna, 298

Oncidium Gardneri, 3o8 ; O. hcemato- chilum, 808 ; O. incurvum, 781 ; O. Lanceanum Louvrexiammi, 218 ; O. linguiforme, 300 ; O. melio'^um, 796 ; O. unicorne var. la?tum, 764 ; 0. \Vel- toni superbum, 268

Onion, the tjueen, 835

Onion seeds, when to sow, 185, 223

Onions, spring, 117

Ophiopogon jaburan fol. var. 232

Orange blossoms, 89

Oranges, bifacial, 54

Oranges for Jamaica, 412

Orange trade in the Azores, 477

Orchard-house. 531

Orchid houses, raised blinds for, 526

Orchid notes from Belgium, 433. 600

Orchids, Mr. Blake's, 82 ; Mr. Bockett's, 562, 770 ; the Blendon Hall. 336 ; in flower at Brentham Park. 261 ; at Mr. Bull's. 182, 736 ; in East Anglia. 147 ; in flower at Glasnevin, 16 ; cool, at Healheibank. 147 ; at Holloway. 594. 632. 770 ; at Kew, 530 ; at Manchester, 770 ; Mons. F. Massange's, 674 ; at Oaklands, Dawlish, 332 ; Dr. Palerson's. 148 ; Mr. Percival's, 433 ; at the Pine-apple Nursery. 433 ; at Tredrea, 674 ; at Messrs. Veitch's, 303, 706, 802 ; Mr. Warner's, 768

Orchids, list of garden :— Dendrobium, 26, 306, 471. 641, 735. 776. 799

Orchids, blocks for, 261 ; effects of Lon- don fog on, 114 ; flowers of, and blue- bottle flies, 706 ; how to distinguish, out of flower, 341 ; making up. 770, 802 ; new Australian, 461 ; notes on new, 10 ; rare, the value of, 82 ; from seed, 16, 49, 82. 148. 222. 736 : on shading, 431 ; on the t-^ansformation of flower-buds to leaf-shoots in, 16 ; variability of, 48

Orchis incarnata, 831

Orciiis, a retrogressive, 736

Oregon Conifers, 400

Othonopsis cheirifolia, 6;6

Ouvirandra fenestralis, 226

Oxton Hall, Kenton, Devon, 632

P.KONiES, 465 ; Rose of China, 828 ;

groups of, 833 Palermo Botanic Garden, 772 Palm culture in small pots. 400 ; at the

Sheen Nursery. 806 ; notes on new, 9

raising from seeds, 638 Pansies in spring. 527 Papaver orientale, 775 Paper boxes, how to make, 835 Paraguay, vegetable products of, 431 Parcels post, the, 436 Paris Flora, the, 772 ; flower show, 742 Parkerswell House, 830 Parnassia nubicola, 370 Passiflora ccerulea, 155 Pastila, how to make, 56 Paullinia thalictrifoha argentea, 13 Paxillus involutus, 432 Pea crop, the market, 77 \ Pea, Culverwell's Giant Marrow. 223 Pea, apparent superfcetation in the, 230 Peach, the Alexander, 569. 601. 643, 67=;,

704 ; Belle Imperiale, 268 ; George IV.,

17 ; Waterloo, 781 Peaches and Nectarines, outside, 218 ;

the flowe.ing of, 430 ; the setting of,

229

Peach-houses, bees in, 408, 440, 473

Peach tree at Bearwood, 805

Pear Directeur Alphand, 538 ; Jalousie de

Fontenay. 296; Jules d'Airoles, 297;

Knight's Monarch, 13. 228 Pears, cordon, 51 ; very late, in, I44 I

late, 184, 228 ; ripening prematurely,

184 Pear trees in flower. i';4 Pelargonium Belle de jour, 804 ; Princess

Stephanie, 56 Pelargonium Society, the, 598 Pendell Court, notes from, 342 Pentas carnea, 21 Perennials, notes on, 559 Peristeria elata. 147 Pernambuco, the economic products »f,

807

VI

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INDEX.

Pescatorea Klabochorum, 8o3 ; Leii-

manni, i6, 44, 645 Petunias, 307

Peziza auranlia, a new variety 01, 191 Peziza coccinea, 226. 269 Phaiiis Blumei assamicus, 558 ; P. grandi- ■folius, 3S9 ; P. Tanliervillire fol. var. Mariesii, 588 Phaltenopsis amabilis Dayana, 80B ; P. dclicata, 700 ; P. Schilleriana, 336 ; P. Schillcriana var. vcstalis, 330 ; P. Stuartiana, 222, 331 ; P. Stuartiana punctatissima, 44, 182 ; P. sumatrana, 706 ; P. sumatrana pauci-viltata, 628 ; P. tctraspis, 336 Phalxnopsis, a new while, 182 ; at Hen- ham Hall, the, 114 Phenomena of plants, periodic, 471 Philodcndron bipinnalifidum, 233 Phloxes, dwarf, at Chiswick, 710 Phoenocoma prol.lera Barnesii, i83 Phyllantluis atropurpureus, 638 Phylloxera in Australia, 679 Phylloxera laws, the, 676 Phytolacca decandra in New Jersey, 130 Picea Engelmanni and P. pungens, 145 Picea Maximowiczii, 147 ; P. poUta, 740 Pieris japonica, 796 Pilrig Park Nurseries, 632 Pine-apples, proliferous, 372, 404, 439 Pine woods, the frost and the, 340 Pink, the, 529 Pinks, forcing, 475 Pinus Cembra in the valley of Turtmann,

80 ; P. tuberculata, 400 Piper borneensc, 108 Pitcairnia aha, 370 ; P. corallina, 781 ;

P. zcifolia, 233 Pithecolobium Saman, 805 Plantations, thinning, 704 Plant labels, 56, 258, 343 Plant-potter, death of a famous, 79

Plants, new garden, described : Acrochcene Rimanni, 796 ; Adiantum Victoria, 428 ; Acridcs suavissiraum, 668 ; Angrascum descendens, SS^ ; Angiiloa dubia, 764 ; Anlhericum grap- tophyllum, 460 ; Aralia quinquefolia graci'hs, 217 ; Arum palxstinum, 428 ; Asplenium Laffanianum, 673 ; Azalea serpyllifolia, 429 ; Bolbophyllum cup- reum flavum, 330; B. mandibulare, 366 ; Bomarea frondea, 668 ; B. Shuttleworthii, 76 ; B. vitellina, 143 ; Catasetum Christyanum, 588 ; C. Christyanum chlorops, 628 ; Cattleya Dormaniana, 216 ; C. labiata bella, 700 ; C. Percivaliana,r796 ; C. Wallisii, 557 ; Chlorophytum Kirkii, 108 ; Col- chicum montanuni, 77 ; Columnea Kalbreyerana, 44, 216 ; Crinum North- ianum, 671 ; Cryptochilus lutea, 733 ; Cypripedium discolor, 218 ; C. micro- chilum, 77 : C. Williamsianum, 218 ; Cyrtopera plantaginea, 700 : Davallia GrifBthiana, 672 ; Dendrobium Chris- tyanum, 178 ; D. Dalhousianum var. Rossianum, 796 ; D. Hughii, 764 ; D. Leechianum, 256 ; D. Lubbersianum, 460 ; D. nobile var. nob'lius, 366 ; D. secundum niveum, 733 ; Dendrochilum arachnites, 256 ; Dioscorea multicolor, 257 : Elaphoglossum Backhousianum, 672 ; Epidendrum cingillum, 330 ; E. Cooperianum caloglossum, 460 ; Eria vittata, 330 ; Euadenia sinensis, 557 ; Eulophia pulchra, 732 ; Ficus elastica foliis aureo-marginatis, 143 : Freesia Leichtlinii major, 331 ; Hoya globulosa, 732 ; Hydroglossum scandens var. Ful- cheri, 399 ; L?elia callistoglossa, 76 ; Lycaste sulphurea, 218 ; Lygodictyon Forsteri, 44, 331 : Masdevallia Es- tradoe delicata, 525 ; M. Fraseri, 143 ; M. ludibunda, 179 ; M. picturata, 10 ; M. polysticta var. crassi-caudata, 179 ; M. rosea, 628 ; M. ShutOeworthii xanthocorys, 366 ; M. triangularis, 44 ; M. urostachya, 765 ; Mil- tonia Warscewiczii tetherea, 732; Nepenthes atro-sanguinea, S26 ; N. Dormanni.ana x , 525 ; N. hirsuta var. glabrescens, 398 ; N. intermedia x , 178 : N. Kennedyana, 257 ; N. lanata, 178 ; N. rubro - maculata x , 143; N. Ralclifliana X , 178; N. Wrigleyana x , 143