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The Garden, You, and I

By Mabel Osgood Wright
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  • THE GARDEN, YOU, AND I
  • BY
  • BARBARA
    • AUTHOR OF
      • "THE GARDEN OF A COMMUTER'S WIFE," "PEOPLE OF THE WHIRLPOOL," "AT THE SIGN OF THE FOX," ETC.
    • "THE GARDEN OF A COMMUTER'S WIFE," "PEOPLE OF THE WHIRLPOOL," "AT THE SIGN OF THE FOX," ETC.
    • Dedicated
      • TO
    • TO
    • J.L.G.
    • I.M.T.
      • AND
    • AND
    • A.B.P.
      • THE LITERARY GARDENERS OF REDDING
    • THE LITERARY GARDENERS OF REDDING
    • GREETING
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • THE GARDEN, YOU, AND I
  • I
    • THE WAYS OF THE WIND
  • II
    • THE BOOK OF THE GARDEN, YOU, AND I
      • The magnolias below at the road-bend.
    • The magnolias below at the road-bend.
  • III
    • CONCERNING HARDY PLANTS
      • THE SEED BED FOR HARDY FLOWERS
      • English Larkspur Seven Feet High.
      • Fraxinella,—German Iris and Candy-tuft.
    • THE SEED BED FOR HARDY FLOWERS
    • English Larkspur Seven Feet High.
    • Fraxinella,—German Iris and Candy-tuft.
  • IV
    • THEIR GARDEN VACATION
  • V
    • ANNUALS—WORTHY AND UNWORTHY
      • THE MIDSUMMER GARDEN
      • Longfellow's Garden.
      • The Summer Garden—Verbenas.
      • Asters well Massed.
    • THE MIDSUMMER GARDEN
    • Longfellow's Garden.
    • The Summer Garden—Verbenas.
    • Asters well Massed.
  • VI
    • THEIR FORTUNATE ESCAPE
      • CONCERNING EVERGREENS AND HENS
      • The Pictorial Value of Evergreens.
    • CONCERNING EVERGREENS AND HENS
    • The Pictorial Value of Evergreens.
  • VII
    • A SIMPLE ROSE GARDEN
      • My roses are scattered here, there, and everywhere.
      • Rose Garden. With outside Border of Gravel and Grass.
      • Madame Plantier at Van Cortland Manor.
      • A Convenient Rose Bed.
    • My roses are scattered here, there, and everywhere.
    • Rose Garden. With outside Border of Gravel and Grass.
    • Madame Plantier at Van Cortland Manor.
    • A Convenient Rose Bed.
  • VIII
    • A MIDNIGHT ADVENTURE
      • "The last of the old orchard."
      • The Screen of White Birches.
    • "The last of the old orchard."
    • The Screen of White Birches.
  • IX
    • FERNS, FENCES, AND WHITE BIRCHES
      • "An endless shelter for every sort of wild thing."
    • "An endless shelter for every sort of wild thing."
  • X
    • FRANKNESS,—GARDENING AND OTHERWISE
    • LIST OF FLOWER COMBINATIONS FOR THE TABLE FROM BARBARA'S GARDEN BOKE
  • XI
    • A SEASIDE GARDEN
  • XII
    • THE TRANSPLANTING OF EVERGREENS
  • XIII
    • LILIES AND THEIR WHIMS
      • Speciosum Lilies in the Shade.
      • The Poet's Narcissus.
    • Speciosum Lilies in the Shade.
    • The Poet's Narcissus.
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • XIV
    • FRAGRANT FLOWERS AND LEAVES
      • A Bed of Japan Pinks.
    • A Bed of Japan Pinks.
  • XV
    • THE PINK FAMILY OUTDOORS
      • Single and Double Pinks.
    • Single and Double Pinks.
  • XVI
    • THE FRAME OF THE PICTURE
      • VINES AND SHRUBS
      • The silver maple by the lane gate.
      • A curtain to the side porch.
    • VINES AND SHRUBS
    • The silver maple by the lane gate.
    • A curtain to the side porch.
  • XVII
    • THE INS AND OUTS OF THE MATTER
  • XVIII
    • THE VALUE OF WHITE FLOWERS
      • An Iris Hedge.
      • Daphne Cneorum.
      • A Terrible Example!
    • An Iris Hedge.
    • Daphne Cneorum.
    • A Terrible Example!
  • XIX
    • PANDORA'S CHEST
      • The low, snow-covered meadow that looks like a crystal lake
    • The low, snow-covered meadow that looks like a crystal lake
  • XX
    • EPILOGUE
      • Punch ... has a cache under the old syringa bushes.
    • Punch ... has a cache under the old syringa bushes.
    • SOME WORTHY ANNUALS
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