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The Wisconsin horticulturist


Wisconsin State Horticultural Society
The Wisconsin horticulturist
Vol. III, No. 2
April 1898

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[Frontispiece] Mrs. J. M. Smith

[Title page] The Wisconsin horticulturist, p. [5]

In memoriam, Huntley, D. pp. [5]-6

Amaryllis johnsonii, Potter, H. H. p. 7

Fame, Dickinson, Emily p. 7

Three stately blooming plants, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 8-11

Lyman's prolific crab, pp. 12-13

Currant culture, Putney, E. D. pp. 14-15

Discussion on currants at the Wisconsin Horticultural Convention, February, 1898, pp. 15-16

Shallow cultivation for the currant and gooseberry, pp. 17-18

Pruning black currants, pp. 18-19

Discussion of berries and apples at our winter meeting, pp. 19-21

Mr. Thomas Tanner's trouble, Tanner, Thos. p. 22

Spring problems, Powell, E. P. pp. 22-23

A blackberry test, Gebhart, Benton pp. 23-24

Plums for the northwest, pp. 24-25

The plum as a fruit for the people of the northwest, Lord, O. M. pp. 25-26

Tests made by Omro Horticultural Society, pp. 27-28

Report of the Grand Chute Society, Carey, J. B. pp. 28-29

A correction, p. 29

Inspection of nursery stock in California, p. 30

May shut out American apples, p. 31

American nursery stock shut out, p. 31

San Jose scale in New Jersey, p. 31

Officers of Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for 1898, pp. 32-33

Notice from Secretary Philips, Philips, A. J. p. 33

Editorial comment, pp. 34-36 ff.

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