Wisconsin State Horticultural Society / Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1921
Vol. LI (1921)
Wisconsin horticulture, p. 27 PDF (184.1 KB)
WISCONSIN STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 27 WISCONSIN HORTICULTURE A WISCONSIN MAGAZINE published by the WISCONSIN STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY containing each month articles on fruit, flower and vegetable growing written by WISCONSIN growers for WISCONSIN conditions. In this respect it is in a class by itself, as horticultural papers pub- lished for profit must cover the whole country. WISCONSIN HORTICULTURE is not published for the purpose of making money, but exclusively for the benefit of the people of Wis- consin. It is better-for WISCONSIN people-than any other horticultural paper published. It tells the best varieties to plant in WISCONSIN, the best methods of cultivation for WISCONSIN. It's a paper for the home gardener and fruit grower as well as for the big grower. "WE ANSWER QUESTIONS" Is the slogan of the society. Every question answered, first by personal letter and then in the paper. Every dollar received for fees (subscriptions) and advertising is put into the paper. Honest nurserymen advertise in WISCONSIN HORTICULTURE and only that kind. The other kind cannot buy space. The price, one dollar, includes membership in the STATE HORTI- CULTURAL SOCIETY. No formal application necessary; send fee to secretary. FREDERIC CRANEFIELD, Secretary W. S. H. S., Madison.
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