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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Johnson, Franklin, Mrs., Editor
The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information
Vol. II, No. 7
Baraboo, Wisconsin: Republic Print, September 1897

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Contents

[Title page] The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information, p. [1]

Contents for September, pp. [2]-[3]

[Frontispiece] [Geo. J. Kellogg], p. [4]

Geo. J. Kellogg, Philips, A. J. pp. [5]-6

Money in small fruits, Stickney, J. S. pp. 7-8

An ideal village garden, pp. 8-9

Pleasures of the originator, Read, L. H. p. 10

The Bangor blackberry and other fruits, Hatch, A. L. pp. 10-13

Those currant bushes, pp. 13-15

"Straws" regarding San Jose scale, Lowe, V. H. pp. 15-16

The buffalo berry in its native wilds, pp. 16-18

Bulbs for fall planting in the garden, Cranefield, Frederic pp. 19-21

A unique outing, p. 22

The American hen, p. 23

Fall work in the blackberry field, p. 24

A letter from J. L. Hartwell, President of the Horticultural Society of Northern Illinois, Hartwell, J. L. pp. 25-26

Thayer's berry bulletin, pp. 26-27

In tomato time, pp. 28-29

The Campbell system again, p. 30

How to obtain the best results with Chinese lilies, pp. 30-31

Strawberries grown by irrigation in California, p. 31

The new strawberry, "Henry", p. 31

Some enemies of our song birds, Nehrling, H. pp. 32-33

Editorial comment, pp. 34-35 ff.


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