. Bulletin - Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station. Agriculture -- Massachusetts. 164 MASS. EXPERIMENT STATION BULLETIN 267 Hicoria oi'afa, Siiagbauk Hickory. A splendid native tree iiard to ])roj)a- gate, hard to transplant, and of very slow growth. Nevertheless the tree is so fine in all its characters that it is worth using, especially on large, open lawns, or for broad park effects. Hydrancfea arborescens grandiflora, Snowhill Hydrangea. This is jirob- ably tlie best of the hydrangeas for this section of the country. It has large and abundant clusters of good white flowers, the fol

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. Bulletin - Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station. Agriculture -- Massachusetts. 164 MASS. EXPERIMENT STATION BULLETIN 267 Hicoria oi'afa, Siiagbauk Hickory. A splendid native tree iiard to ])roj)a- gate, hard to transplant, and of very slow growth. Nevertheless the tree is so fine in all its characters that it is worth using, especially on large, open lawns, or for broad park effects. Hydrancfea arborescens grandiflora, Snowhill Hydrangea. This is jirob- ably tlie best of the hydrangeas for this section of the country. It has large and abundant clusters of good white flowers, the fol Stock Photo
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. Bulletin - Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station. Agriculture -- Massachusetts. 164 MASS. EXPERIMENT STATION BULLETIN 267 Hicoria oi'afa, Siiagbauk Hickory. A splendid native tree iiard to ])roj)a- gate, hard to transplant, and of very slow growth. Nevertheless the tree is so fine in all its characters that it is worth using, especially on large, open lawns, or for broad park effects. Hydrancfea arborescens grandiflora, Snowhill Hydrangea. This is jirob- ably tlie best of the hydrangeas for this section of the country. It has large and abundant clusters of good white flowers, the fol
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. Bulletin - Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station. Agriculture -- Massachusetts. 164 MASS. EXPERIMENT STATION BULLETIN 267 Hicoria oi'afa, Siiagbauk Hickory. A splendid native tree iiard to ])roj)a- gate, hard to transplant, and of very slow growth. Nevertheless the tree is so fine in all its characters that it is worth using, especially on large, open lawns, or for broad park effects. Hydrancfea arborescens grandiflora, Snowhill Hydrangea. This is jirob- ably tlie best of the hydrangeas for this section of the country. It has large and abundant clusters of good white flowers, the foliage is clean, and the general effect, while coarse, is rather good. The plant thrives well and does its best if cut back to the ground every year or every other year. I Early View of the College Campus- About 1889.. Hi/draii(iea paiiiruJata (irandlflora, Pfkgee Hydrangea. A very common, well-known, jiopular shrub with large clusters of coarse white flowers, per- fectly hardy and of easy culture. It should be pnmed back rather heavily each year in order to get liest results. The type species, Hydrntuien paiiicu- laia, has a niore o])en flowering truss, and tlie flowers, tliough less conspicu- ous, arc more graceful. In many situations it is to be desired to the more popular Pecgee iiydrangea. II i/drdiii/Pd petiolaris, Cli-Aiuing HYnuAN<;EA. This s})ccics lias long been growing on tlie college groimds and does very well. It may be freely recom- mended as a first-class climbing vine for covering walls. This is another of ilic noteworthy introductions of President Clark. The late Professor Sargent was authority for the statement that the ]ilant now growing on the elm tree on the Clark estate, college campus, was the lirst plant of the species that came to America. Hypericum aureum, Golden St. Joiinswort. An attractive shrub with bright leaves and shiny, golden-yellow flowers. First rate for foundation plantings and small work generally.. Please note that these images are extra

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