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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 154 pages of information about Hardy Ornamental Flowering Trees and Shrubs.

TREES SUITABLE FOR PLANTING IN TOWNS.

Acer macrophylla
  saccharinum
Aesculus Hippocastanum
  rubicunda
Ailanthus glandulosa
Crataegus Oxyacantha
  flore-plena
  tenacetifolia
Catalpa bignonioides
Cerasus (Prunus), nearly all
Gleditschia triacanthos
Liriodendron tulipiiera
Magnolia acuminata
  glauca
Pyrus of sorts
Robinia Pseud-acacia and its varieties
  viscosa
Sophora japonica
Tilia, in variet.

SHRUBS FOR TOWN PLANTING.

Amelanchier, in variety
Arbutus Unedo
Berberis Aquifolium
  vulgaris
Cistus ladaniferus
  laurifolius
Colutea arborescens
Daphne Laureola
  Mezereum
  pontica
Deutzia crenata
  gracilis
Forsythia suspensa
  viridissima
Griselinia littoralis
Hibiscus syriacus
Hypericum calycinum
Hypericum nepalense
Koelrenteria paniculata
Leycesteria formosa
Philadelphus Gordonianus
Prunus nana
Pyrus japonica
Rhus Cotinus
Ribes aureum
  sanguineum
Skimmia japonica
Syringa (nearly all)
Ulex europaeus fl.-pl. 
Viburnum Opulus
Weigelia rosea
Yucca gloriosa
  recurva

TREES FOR THE SEASIDE.

Acer campestre
  saccharinum
Arbutus Unedo
Ailanthus glandulosa
Aesculus Hippocastanum
  rubicunda
Catalpa bignonioides
Fraxinus Ornus

SHRUBS FOR THE SEASIDE.

Atriplex halimus
Cerasus lusitanica
Cytisus Laburnum
  scoparius
Euonymus japonicus
  europaeus
Fabiana imbricata
Griselinia littoralis
Hippophae rhomnoides
Ilex Aquifolium
Laurus nobilis
Lycium europaeum
Prunus Padus
Rhamnus frangula
Ribes sanguineum
Rosa spinosissima
Shepherdia argentea
Spirea adiantifolia
Syringa persica
  vulgaris
Symphoricarpus racemosus
Tamarix gallica
  germanica
Ulex europaea
Viburnum Tinus

THE FLOWERING SEASONS OF TREES AND SHRUBS.

The asterisk * after the name denotes that the species continues in flower for a longer period than the month under which it is placed.

JANUARY.

Erica carnea*
Chimonanthus fragrans*
Crataegus Oxyacantha praecox*
Jasminum nudiflorum*
Ulex europaeus*
Viburnum Tinus*

FEBRUARY.

Cornus Mas*
Daphne Laureola*
  Mezereum*
Hamamelis japonica
Lonicera fragrantissima*
Magnolia conspicua*
Parrotia persica*
Pittosporum Tobira*
Prunus nana*
  Davidiana*
Rosmarinus officinalis*

MARCH.

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