. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. give the roses the needed space. Avoid cold drafts, which will cause mildew to start. Careful ventilation will pre- vent this. When the pots are well filled with roots, you can supply liquid manure twice a week until the flowers show color. If the plants are somewhat ad- vanced for the date needed, place them in a cooler, but not drafty, house to re- tard them. C. W. AMBSICAN ROSE SOCIETY. Beglstratlon of New Variety. The following rose has been offered for registration and accepted by the rose registration committee of the American Eose Society. U

. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. give the roses the needed space. Avoid cold drafts, which will cause mildew to start. Careful ventilation will pre- vent this. When the pots are well filled with roots, you can supply liquid manure twice a week until the flowers show color. If the plants are somewhat ad- vanced for the date needed, place them in a cooler, but not drafty, house to re- tard them. C. W. AMBSICAN ROSE SOCIETY. Beglstratlon of New Variety. The following rose has been offered for registration and accepted by the rose registration committee of the American Eose Society. U Stock Photo
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. give the roses the needed space. Avoid cold drafts, which will cause mildew to start. Careful ventilation will pre- vent this. When the pots are well filled with roots, you can supply liquid manure twice a week until the flowers show color. If the plants are somewhat ad- vanced for the date needed, place them in a cooler, but not drafty, house to re- tard them. C. W. AMBSICAN ROSE SOCIETY. Beglstratlon of New Variety. The following rose has been offered for registration and accepted by the rose registration committee of the American Eose Society. Unless objec- tions are received by the secretary within three weeks of this publication, the registration will become permanent. Name, Silver Star; class, hybrid Wichuralana; parentage, Silver Moon x Marie Van Houtte. Description—Habit of growth, bushy, but with a climbing tendency; foliage, similar to Silver Moon; vigorous, hardy and disease resistant: flower, large, semi-double, cream white wltli a mass of golden yellow stamens, quite fragrant: bud, pointed, yellow; twenty-two petals; an everbloomlng rose with excellent lasting qual- ities; flowers until October. Introducer: Frederick R. M. Undritz. E. A. White, Sec'y. SEED OF BOSA MULTIFLORA. Would it be better to sow seed of Rosa multiflora japonica in the fall, without a mulch, so the frost would help germination f E. M.—N. J. The seeds do better if washed out and sown at once. They are then pretty sure to germinate the first sea- son. If carried over winter dry, they may not start until the second year. Freezing is believed to advance germ- ination. Mulching is only necessary to prevent heaving of the soil. Field mice love rose seeds; therefore be sure your seeds are secure from their attacks. For this reason it is safer to sow in flats in a coldframe or cold greenhouse than outdoors, 0. W. BOSES FOB MEMORIAL DAT. I should like to know the name of several roses, monthly and ramblers, that are suitable for pot culture

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