. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 52 TTie Florists'Review Skptbm^iib 21, 1922 ful houses of cyclamens and other win- ter-flqwering plants. A considerable number of members of the trade at- tended the banquet and outing of the association. The first frosts of the season occurred on the nights of September 17 and 18. ^any tender plants were killed on low land. The news of the sale of the lease of the New York store of Thomas F. Gal- vin, Inc., for $100,000, interested local retailers last week. The lease has ten years more to run. W. N. Craig and W. H. Golby acted as judges and later

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 52 TTie Florists'Review Skptbm^iib 21, 1922 ful houses of cyclamens and other win- ter-flqwering plants. A considerable number of members of the trade at- tended the banquet and outing of the association. The first frosts of the season occurred on the nights of September 17 and 18. ^any tender plants were killed on low land. The news of the sale of the lease of the New York store of Thomas F. Gal- vin, Inc., for $100,000, interested local retailers last week. The lease has ten years more to run. W. N. Craig and W. H. Golby acted as judges and later presented the prizes awarded at the children's home gai^den show in the Municipal building, Boslrn- dale, September 16. Charles Lynch, of the staff of the Park street store of Thomas F. Galvin, Inc., left last week on a vacation to be spent in New York and Montreal. The Houghton-Gorney Co. is installing an ice machine at its store below the Park Street chur«h. This will be the second of its kaud in Boston. Fred HoJbrow, of Brighton, is getting some nice Bouvardia Humboldtii now, which is being eagerly bought for wed- dings. Visitors to the Arnold Arboretum are numerous these days, the great attrac- tions being the wonderful displays of trees and shrubs in fruit; among these the maluB, Crataegus, symplocos, vibur- nuQi, lonicera, symphoricarpos and rose species are handsome. Many of these are much more handsome in fruit than in flower. The grand collection of cotone- asters in the Chinese shrub section near the "look-out" are also beautiful now. No finer lilies come into the wholesale market than those from Mrs. John J. Fee, of Jamaica Plain. They are of the formosum type and the stems are long and the flowers of extra large -size. Three new houses are being built by the Arnold Arboretum for members of its staff: One for E. H. "Wilson, assistant director, on South street, Jamaica Plain; one for William H. Judd, propagator, on May street, Jamaica Plain, and the t

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