. How to make the garden pay [microform]. Gardening. 252—How to Make the Garden Pay. VARIETIES. Until recently only one variety was catalogued, sometimes under the name of White French. Three years ago a much larger sort was introduced as Mammoth Sandwich Island. This is so much more productive, and generally so superior to the old sort, that we have no further use for the latter. SAVORY (SUMMER). Satureia Hortensis. German, Bohnenkraut; French, Sar- riette {anniiclle)\ Spanish, Ajedrea,—The leaves of this bushy annual are frequently used for seasoning. Sow seed in spring in good, warm soil, a

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. How to make the garden pay [microform]. Gardening. 252—How to Make the Garden Pay. VARIETIES. Until recently only one variety was catalogued, sometimes under the name of White French. Three years ago a much larger sort was introduced as Mammoth Sandwich Island. This is so much more productive, and generally so superior to the old sort, that we have no further use for the latter. SAVORY (SUMMER). Satureia Hortensis. German, Bohnenkraut; French, Sar- riette {anniiclle)\ Spanish, Ajedrea,—The leaves of this bushy annual are frequently used for seasoning. Sow seed in spring in good, warm soil, and keep free from weeds. Sometimes grown for market as a second crop. SAVORY (WINTER). Satureia Montana, German, Winter Bohn- enkraut; French, Sarnetta (vivace); Spanish, Hisopillo,—A small perennial shrub, the leaves of which are used in same manner as those of the summer savory. Seed may be sown in spring in any convenient, well-drained spot. Savory. where the plants are to remain. They need very little attention. SCORZONERA. Scorzonera Hispanica. German, Schwarzwurzel; French, Scorsonere ; Sp3in\sh, Escorzo?iera.—A perennial, cultivated either as annual or biennial, exactly like Salsify, with this difference that the roots, if left in the ground, will continue to grow in size and to remain fit for use. Used like salsify, but grown in America only to a very limited extent. SEA-KALE. Crambe Maritima, GGrman, Meerkoh/; French, Crambe; Spanish, Soldanella; Maritima.—Sea-Kale is found in very few American gardens. When well-grown, it makes such an excellent dish that it is well worth the trouble required to raise it. Propagated both from seed and root cut- tings. Make the soil very rich and mellow. Then plant a few seeds, or a four-inch piece of root, in hills, three feet apart each way, Sea-Kale, and keep well cultivated and free from weeds. If more than one plant grows from the seed, all but the strongest are pulled up as. Please note that these images are extracted f