. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 22 The Florists^ Review Apbil 14, 1921 rure and new varieties. A conservative estimate of the value of plants shown was $100,000 and tliere were many orehid enthusiasts from a distance. Orchids vied with roses in the popular interest. Jn tlie 200-foot group for private j^rowers, A. C Barrage, Douglas Ke.cleston, superintendent, won with a grand group. Some of his best sub- jects were ("attleya labiosa, Cattleya Schroedera? and Cattleya Dussoldorffei Undine; Brassocattleyas Veitehii, Se- denii, var. Rosalind and Empress of Russia; Cattleyas Tri

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 22 The Florists^ Review Apbil 14, 1921 rure and new varieties. A conservative estimate of the value of plants shown was $100,000 and tliere were many orehid enthusiasts from a distance. Orchids vied with roses in the popular interest. Jn tlie 200-foot group for private j^rowers, A. C Barrage, Douglas Ke.cleston, superintendent, won with a grand group. Some of his best sub- jects were ("attleya labiosa, Cattleya Schroedera? and Cattleya Dussoldorffei Undine; Brassocattleyas Veitehii, Se- denii, var. Rosalind and Empress of Russia; Cattleyas Tri
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 22 The Florists^ Review Apbil 14, 1921 rure and new varieties. A conservative estimate of the value of plants shown was $100,000 and tliere were many orehid enthusiasts from a distance. Orchids vied with roses in the popular interest. Jn tlie 200-foot group for private j^rowers, A. C Barrage, Douglas Ke.cleston, superintendent, won with a grand group. Some of his best sub- jects were ("attleya labiosa, Cattleya Schroedera? and Cattleya Dussoldorffei Undine; Brassocattleyas Veitehii, Se- denii, var. Rosalind and Empress of Russia; Cattleyas Triana; alba and Skinneri alba; Odontoglossums excel- lens, Mrs. H. L. Chalifoux and Lam- beauiana; Cculogyne pandurata; numer- ous varieties of odontiodas and many superb cymbidiunis, phalsenopsis, on- cidiums, renantheras and other species. For a grou]) covering 100 square feet for private growers, A. N. Cooley, Pitts- field, Mass., Oliver Lines, gardener, led with a glorious group, practically every plant new or rare. Some of the best were Brassocattleya Queen Alexandra, langleyensis, Madeline, Digbyano- Schroedera; and speciosa grandis; Cat- tleya Triana; virginale, Cattleya Trianaj albo, Cattleya SchroedersB Dainty, Cattleya Schroedera; alba, Cat- tleya luminosa, Cattleya Mossise Reineckiana; Sophrolteliocattleya Meusc, var. General Neville and some magnificent Odontoglossum crispum, odontiodas and phala^nopsis. For the nO-foot group, Walter Hunne- woll, T. D. Hatfield, superintendent, took both first and second. His cym- bidiums were superb, some of the spikes carrying as many as thirty flowers each, and he had a noteworthy collec- Iffinopsis, oncidiums and renantheras. For the 100-foot group, J. T. Butter- worth captured first with wonderful cymbidiunis, dendrobiums, Lycaste Skinneri, odontoglossums and cattleyas. For twelve specimen orchids, A. C. Barrage was first, with E. S. Webster, Peter A]:nott, gardener, an excellent second. For six plants, A. C. Barrage won and was

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