Complete list of books & articles

   

 

 

Complete list of books and articles,

in chronological order, assembled by

 

MARGARET HASTINGS AND MICHAEL TOOLEY

 

 

BOOKS

 

 

 

Published posthumously

 

 

1883Colour in the Flower Garden. In W. Robinson. 1883. The English Flower Garden. London, John Murray. pp. cx-cxii.

 

1899Wood & Garden: notes & thoughts – practical & critical of a working amateur. Incorporating articles printed in The Guardian Newspaper as “Notes from Garden & Woodland”, 1896-1897. London, Longmans, Green & Co. Ltd. xvi + 286.

 

1900Home & Garden: notes and thoughts – practical and critical of a worker in both. London, Longmans, Green & Co. Ltd. xv + 301.

 

1901Lilies for English Gardens: A guide for amateurs. Compiled from information previously published in The Garden with the addition of some original chapters. London, Country Life Ltd., and George Newnes Ltd. xii + 72.

 

1901Wall and Water Gardens. London, Country Life Ltd. and George Newnes Ltd. xiv + 177.

 

1901Preface in E. T. Cook. 1901. Gardening for Beginners: A Handbook to the garden. London, Country Life Ltd. and George Newnes Ltd. v-vi.

 

1902Roses for English Gardens (with Edward Mawley). London, Country Life Ltd. and George Newnes Ltd. xvi + 166.

 

1904Old West Surrey: Some Notes and Memories. London, Longmans, Green & Co. Ltd. xx + 320.

 

1904Some English Gardens. After drawings by George S. Elgood, R.I., with Notes by Gertrude Jekyll. London, Longmans, Green & Co. Ltd. xii + 131.

 

1907Flower Decoration in the House. London, Country Life Ltd. and George Newnes Ltd. xi + 98.

 

1908Colour in the Flower Garden. London, Country Life Ltd. and George Newnes Ltd. xiv + 148.

 

1908Children and Gardens. London, Country Life and George Newnes Ltd. xx + 110.

 

1911Preface in W. Miller. 1911. The Charm of English Gardens. London, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. vii-x.

 

1912Gardens for Small Country Houses (with Sir Lawrence Weaver). London, Country Life Ltd. and George Newnes Ltd. xvi + 260.

 

1913Wall and Water Gardens: With Chapters on the Rock-Garden and the Heath-Garden. 5th ed., revised. London, Country Life Ltd. xvi + 214.

 

1914Colour Schemes for the Flower Garden (originally published (1908) as Colour in the Flower Garden). London, Country Life Ltd. xvi + 159.

 

1915Preface in Mrs Francis King. 1915. The Well Considered Garden. New York, Charles Scribners’ Sons. x.

 

1916Annuals and Biennials: The Best Annual and Biennial Plants and their Uses in the garden.  With cultural notes by E. H. Jenkins. London, Country Life Ltd. and George Newnes Ltd. xiv + 174.

 

1918      Garden Ornament. London, Country Life Ltd. and George Newnes Ltd. xii + 460.

 

1918Public Parks and Gardens. Burnley, The Civic Arts Association. 12 pp.

 

1921Garden Design on Old-Fashioned Lines. In Black’s Gardening Dictionary. London, A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 383-384.

 

1921Garden Planning. In Black’s Gardening Dictionary. London, A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 408-409.

 

1921The Garden Summerhouse. In Black’s Gardening Dictionary. London, A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 416-7.

 

1921Old-Fashioned Flowers. In Black’s Gardening Dictionary. London, A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 692-6.

 

1921Potpourri. In Black’s Gardening Dictionary. London, A. C. Black Ltd. p. 815.

 

1921The Water Garden. In Black’s Gardening Dictionary. London, A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 1149-51.

 

1924Introduction. In G. F. Tinley, T. Humphreys and W. Irving. 1924. Colour Planning of the Garden. London, T. C. & E. C. Jack Ltd. ix-xvjii.

 

1924The Garden. In A. C. Benson and Lawrence Weaver. 1924. The Book of the Queen’s Dolls’ House. London, Methuen and Co. p. 151.

 

1925Old English Household Life: Some account of Cottage objects and Country folk. Incorporating material from “Old West Surrey”. London, B. T. Batsford Ltd. ix + 222.

 

1927Preface in Mrs Francis King. The Flower Garden Day by Day. New York, Frederic A. Stokes Co.

 

1927Garden Ornament (with Christopher Hussey). 2nd ed., revised. London, Country Life Ltd. x + 438.

 

1928The Old Garden Roses. In The Gardener’s Year Book 1928. London, Phillip Allen & Co. Ltd. pp. 223-5.

 

1928Garden Design on Old-Fashioned Lines. In, E. T. Ellis (ed.) Black’s Gardening Dictionary  Second edition. London, A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 383-4.

 

1928The Garden Planning : aims to be kept in view. In, E. T. Ellis (ed.). Black’s Gardening Dictionary.  Second edition. London. A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 408-9.

 

1928The Garden Summerhouse.  In, E. T. Ellis (eds.). Black’s Gardening Dictionary. Second edition. London, A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 416-7.

 

1928Old-Fashioned Flowers. In, E. T. Ellis (ed) Black’s Gardening Dictionary. Second edition. London,  A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 692-6.

 

1928Potpourri. In, E. T. Ellis (ed.) Black’s Gardening Dictionary.  Second edition. London, A. C. Black Ltd. p. 815.

 

1928The Water Garden.  In, E. T. Ellis (ed.). Black’s Gardening Dictionary.  Second edition.  London, A. C. Black Ltd. pp. 1149-51.

 

1931Gertrude Jekyll (1843-). In Ernest Nelmes and William Cuthbertson (compilers). 1931. Curtis’s Botanical Magazine Dedications, 1827-1927. London, Bernard Quaritch Ltd. pp. 392-4.

 

1933Wall, Water and Woodland Gardens: Including the Rock-Garden & the Heath-Garden. 8th ed., revised of “Wall & Water Garden” with a chapter on the Asiatic Primulas by G. C. Taylor. London, Country Life Ltd. xvi + 246.

 

1936Planting a Garden. In, The Gardener’s Companion (reprinted from Home and Garden, 1900). London, J. M. Dent & Co. pp. 270-2.

 

1936The Common Speedwell. In, The Gardener’s Companion (reprinted from Home and Garden, 1900). London, J. M. Dent & Co. p. 367.

 

1937A Gardener’s Testament. A selection of Articles and Notes. Edited by Francis Jekyll and G. C. Taylor. London, Country Life Ltd. xiv + 258.

 

1939Old English Household Life (with Sydney Robert Jones). London, B. T. Batsford Ltd. viii + 120.

 

1947A fox hunt at Munstead Wood. 1925. In H. M. Larner 1947. Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey. A history, ancient and modern. Cambridge, St Tibbs Press (Cambridge Chronicle Ltd.). pp. 58-9.

 

1947Some Trees of our neighbourhood. 1923. In H. M. Larner 1947. Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey. A history, ancient and modern. Cambridge, St Tibbs Press (Cambridge Chronicle Ltd.). pp. 68-73.

 

1966On Gardening. London, Studio Vista. 283 pp. Introduction by Elizabeth Lawrence.

 

1983Gertrude Jekyll on Gardening. Edited with a Commentary by Penelope Hobhouse. London, National Trust and William Collins. 336 pp.

 

1984The making of a garden. An anthology of her writings, illustrated with her own photographs and drawings, and watercolours by contemporary artists, compiled by Cherry Lewis. Woodbridge, Antique Collectors’ Club. 169 pp.

 

 

 

ARTICLES

 

 

Published posthumously

 

 

A, Article; N, Note; C, Correspondence

 

 

1881Some plants from Algeria. The Garden 19 (483), 202 A.

 

1881Spring flowers and the frost. The Garden  19 (484), 233 A.

 

1881Brown Cos Lettuce. The Garden 19 (487), 312 N.

 

1881Culture of Clematises. Gardening Illustrated 3 (114), 126 A.

 

1881Sweet Peas. The Garden 19 (499), 589 N.

 

1881Show Roses. The Garden 20 (502), 7 A.

 

1881Carnations in Italy. The Garden 20 (507), 137 N.

 

1881An October nosegay. The Garden 20 (517), 408 N.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (519), 449A.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (520), 471 A.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (521), 489 A.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (522), 510 A.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (523), 532‑3 A.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (524), 554 A.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (525), 573 A.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (526), 574 A.

 

1881Red Spider on Violets. The Garden 20 (527), 601‑2 A.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (527), 617 A.

 

1881Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 20 (528), 637 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (529), 7 A.

 

1882Brown Cos Lettuce. Gardening lllustrated 3 (149), 553 N.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (530), 29A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (531), 47 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (532), 65 A.

 

1882Winter ‑ Scented plants. The Garden 21 (533), 71 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (533), 85 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (534), 102‑3 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (535), 119 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (536), 135 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (537), 151 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (538), 167 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (158), 25 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (539), 185 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (540), 205 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (541), 221 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (161), 61 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (542), 241 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (543), 261 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (163), 85 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (544), 281 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (545), 297 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (546), 317 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (547), 333 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (167), 133 A.

 

1882 Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (548), 353 A.

 

1882Enjoyable Winter Gardens (Conservatories). The Garden 21 (549), 357 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (549), 373 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (550), 391 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (551), 411 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (171), 182 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (552), 429 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (172), 194 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 21 (553), 449 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening lllustrated 4 (174), A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (556), 53 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (176), 241 A.

 

1882 Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (557), 75 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (177), 253 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (558), 102 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (560), 150 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (561), 172 A.

 

1882Colour in the Flower Garden. The Garden 22 (562), 177 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (562), 193 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (182), 313 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (563), 214 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (564), 236 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (565), 246 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (566), 279 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (567), 289 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (568), 319 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (569), 330 A.

 

1882Flowers and plants in the house. The Garden 22 (570), 363 A.

 

1882Wild Flowers in the House. Gardening Illustrated 4 (190), 409 A.

 

1882Colour in the Flower Garden. The Garden 22 (575), 470‑1 A.

 

1882Daphne indica planted out. The Garden 22 (576), 477 N.

 

1882Tall Border Plants. The Garden 22 (576), 490 A.

 

1882Hardy flowers in Winter. The Garden 22 (576), 491 N.                              

 

1883Narcissus monophyllus. The Garden 23 (585), 115 N.

 

1883Anemone fulgens. The Garden 23 (591), 245 A.

 

1883Ornithogalum nutans. The Garden 23 (596), 362‑3 N.

 

1883Lotier cultive. Gardening Illustrated 5 (216), 93 N.

 

1883Anemone apennina. The Garden 23 (597), 379 N.

 

1883Androsace carnea. The Garden 23 (598), 400 N.

 

1883Flowers and plants in rooms. Gardening Illustrated 5 (218), 121 A.

 

1883Diseased vines. The Garden 23 (605), 575 N.

 

1883Some July Flowers. The Garden 24 (609), 50 A.

 

1883Peach-leaved bellflower. The Garden 24 (611), 84 N.

 

1883Large white alpine poppy.  The Garden 24 (611), 84 N.

 

1883Varieties of the white Lily.  The Garden. 24 (611), 84 N.

 

1883Alstroemerias.  The Garden. 24 (611), 86 N.

 

1883Carnation Lady Agnes. The Garden 24 (614), 157 N.

 

1883Carnation Grenadin. The Garden 24 (616), 196 N.

 

1883Campanula persicifolia.  The Garden 24 (617), 219 A.

 

1883Flowers and plants in rooms. Gardening Illustrated 5 (237), 326 N.

 

1883Gentiana Andrewsi. The Garden 24 (623), 357 N.

 

1883Sedum Sieboldi. The Garden 24 (623), 357 N.

 

1883      October in the alpine garden. The Garden 24 (624), 379 A.

 

1883Iris stylosa. The Garden 24 (626), 432 N.

 

1883The Oriental poppies.  The Garden 24 (627), 459 A.

 

1883Cotoneasters. Gardening Illustrated 5 (246), 433 N.

 

1883Tall Border Plants. Gardening Illustrated 5 (247), 444‑5 A.

 

1884An English Garden two centuries ago. Pall Mall Gazette September or October.

 

1884Notes from Capri. The Garden 25 (635), 33 A.

 

1884A Pretty Violet. The Garden 25 (638), 96 N.

 

1884A Handy Tool for Plant Collecting. The Garden 25 (641), 174 A.

 

1884Iris stylosa. The Garden 25 (643), 220 N.

 

1884Climbers on Trees. The Garden 25 (653), 425 A.

 

1884Schizanthus Grahami. The Garden 25 (655), 466 N.

 

1884Three Important Annuals. The Garden 25 (655), 470 A.

 

1884Orobus canescens. The Garden 25 (656), 486 N.

 

1884Senecio abrotanifolius.  The Garden 25 (656), 486 N.

 

1884Ixia crateroides.  The Garden 25 (656), 486 N.

 

1884Erigeron aurantiacus. The Garden 25 (656), 486 N.

 

1884Rosa Brunoniana. The Garden 25 (657), 506 N.

 

1884Small white Carnation Pink. The Garden 25 (657), 510 N.

 

1884Border Pink Lady Fitzhardinge. The Garden 26 (659), 2 N.

 

1884Some July Flowers. Gardening Illustrated 6 (280), 217‑8 A.

 

1884White Carnation Pink. The Garden 26 (662), 67 A.

 

1884Rosa Brunoniana. The Garden 26 (663), 87 A.

 

1884Autumn Sown Annuals. The Garden 26 (665), 125 A.

 

1884The Oriental Poppies. Gardening Illustrated 6 (290), 349 A.

 

1884An English garden two centuries ago.  The Garden 26 (670), 243-244 A.

 

1884A neglected native shrub (Viburnum opulus). The Garden 26 (671), 267 N.

 

1884Some Fair Autumn Flowers. The Garden 26 (672), 290 N.

 

1884A garden picture. The Garden 26 (673), 313 N.

 

1884Tea Roses in Cottage Gardens. The Garden 26 (676), 377 N.

 

1884Notes from Munstead. The Garden 26 (677), 392 N.

 

1884The Shamrock Pea (Parochetus) in autumn. The Garden 26 (677), 396 N.

 

1884Exeter Apple Fair. The Garden 26 (677), 399‑400 A.

 

1884Aubretia olympica. The Garden 26 (679), 432 N.

 

1884Linaria anticaria. The Garden 26 (679), 436 N.

 

1884Polygonum vaccinifolium. The Garden 26 (679), 436 N.

 

1884Autumn Flowers. The Garden 26 (680), 452 N.

 

1884Some Winter Roses. The Garden 26 (683), 530 N.

 

1884Rosa Brunoniana. Gardening Illustrated 6 (303), 529 N.

 

1884Garden and Landscape in Winter. The Garden 26 (684), 531 A.

 

1885Polygala Chamaebuxus. The Garden 27 (686), 31‑2 N.

 

1885Alexandrian Laurel (Ruscus Racemosus). The Garden 27 (687), 43 A.

 

1885Plants now in flower in open air. The Garden 27 (690), 100 N.

 

1885Spring in Winter. The Garden 27 (692), 141 A.

 

1885Iris tuberosa. The Garden 27 (695), 208 N.

 

1885Chinodoxa sardensis. The Garden 27 (695), 208 N.

 

1885Iris reticulata. The Garden 27 (695), 208 N.

 

1885Winter Pansies. The Garden 27 (697), 262 N.

 

1885Colour in Flowers. The Garden 27 (698), 277‑8 A.

 

1885Easter Notes. The Garden 27 (699), 303 A.

 

1885The Lesser Periwinkles. The Garden 27 (701), 359 A.

 

1885lris tuberosa. The Garden 27 (701), 378 N.

 

1885Erythronium grandiflorum. The Garden 27 (702), 392 N.

 

1885American Asarums. The Garden 27 (702), 392 N.

 

1885The Virginian Cowslip (Mertensia (Pulmonaria) Virginica). The Garden 27 (702), 393 N.

 

1885Iris stylosa. The Garden 27 (703), 412 N.

 

1885Railway Gardening. The Garden 27 (704), 435‑6 A.

 

1885The Double White Pinks. Gardening Illustrated 7 (330), 222 N.

 

1885The great Mulleins. The Garden 28 (712), 40 N.

 

1885Opium Poppies. The Garden 28 (713), 57 A.

 

1885Carpenteria Californica. The Garden 28 (713), 64 N.

 

1885Oenothera Lamarckiana for house decoration. Gardening Illustrated 7 (333), 293 N.

 

1885Large root growths on bulbs. The Garden 28 (714), 82 N.

 

1885Cistuses. The Garden 28 (714), 92 N.

 

1885Autumn Sown Annuals. Gardening Illustrated 7 (336), 330 N.

 

1885Tinted Carrot Leaves. The Garden 28 (719), 231 N.

 

1885Dinner Table Decoration. The Garden 28 (720), 252 A.

 

1885Herbertia Pulchella. The Garden 28 (721), 269 A.

 

1885Colchicums and Tunica saxifraga. The Garden 28 (723), 308 N.

 

1885Bedding or not Bedding. The Garden 28 (727), 428 N.

 

1885Carpeting Bulb Beds. The Garden 28 (733), 577 A.

 

1886Corbularia monophylla. The Garden 29 (743), 140 N.

 

1886Romneya Coulteri. The Garden 29 (746), 207 N.

 

1886A beautiful Tulip (Tulipa Schrenki). The Garden 29 (752), 342 N.

 

1886Neopolitan Violets. The Garden 29 (752), 348 A.

 

1886Centaurea montana. The Garden 29 (759), 528 N.

 

1886Romneya Coulteri. The Garden 30 (764), 26 N.

 

1886Cistuses. Gardening Illustrated 8 (383), 236 N.

 

1887Carpenteria Californica. The Garden 31 (794), 130 N.

 

1887Scotch Briars. The Garden 31 (814), 572 N.

 

1887The Sun and the Poppies. The Garden 31 (814), 581 N.

 

1887White foxgloves.  The Garden 32 (820), 103 N.

 

1887How to keep up a supply of Cut Flowers. Gardening Illustrated 9 (433), 214 A.

 

1887Shrubs for window boxes. Gardening Illustrated 9 (450), 455 A.

 

1887Clove carnation – Paul Engleheart. The Gardeners’ Chronicle 2, 409.

 

1888A large Scilla bifolia. The Garden 33 (856), 335 N.

 

1888Carpenteria californica.  The Garden 34 (871), 75 N.

 

1888Cistus algarvensis.  The Garden 34 (874), 165 N.

 

1888Clove carnation – Paul Engleheart. The Garden 34 (874), 165 N.

 

1888Lilium giganteum. The Garden 34 (879), 269 N.

 

1888A fine white snapdragon.  The Garden 34 (880), 293 A.

 

1888Lilium giganteum. The Garden 34 (884), 395‑6 N.

 

1888Chrysanthemum Cottage Pink.  The Garden 34 (887), 456 N.

 

1889Chrysanthemum Cottage Pink.  The Garden 35 (897), 69 A.

 

1889Lilium giganteum. The Garden 35 (901), 165 A.

 

1889A place where `nothing would grow’.  The Garden 35 (908), 331 A.

 

1889Berkeley Castle, Gloucester.  The Garden 35 (916), 525 A.

 

1889Some June Flowers in Surrey. The Garden 35 (917), 565 N.

 

1889Wallflowers on dry soils. The Garden 36 (929), 226 N.

 

1890Sweet-scented shrubbery beds. The Garden 37 (953), 169 A.

 

1890Rhododendrons grouped for colour.  The Garden 37 (960), 335-6 A.

 

1890A useful white primrose.  The Garden 37 (964), 448 A.

 

1890Plants for a grave. The Garden 37 (968), 532 N.

 

1891The picturesque use of hardy summer perennial plants. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 13 (3), 324‑8 A.

 

1891Protection of tender shrubs on walls.  The Garden 39 (1015), 410 A.

 

1891Gardens of one flower.  The Garden 40 (1026), 64 N.

 

1891A good Rock Garden (Miss Ewart’s, Coneyhurst, Surrey). The Garden 40 (1044), 473 N.

 

1891Garland Rose. The Garden 40 (1045), 482, 489 N.

 

1891Verbascum phlomoides. The Garden 40 (1048), 561 N.

 

1892Lilium giganteum. The Garden 41 (1053), 88 N.

 

1892Cottage Roses. The Garden 42 (1078), 43 N.

 

1892A plea for a good Pink. The Garden 42 (1079), 69‑70 N.

 

1892The Black and White Pink and other flowers. The Garden 42 (1082), 131 A.

 

1893Yucca pendula. The Garden 43 (1124), 455 N.

 

1893Review of “Further recollections of a happy life” by Miss Marianne North. Macmillan and Co., London.  The Garden 44 (1131), 88. 

 

1894House Decoration. National Review 24, 519‑529 A.

 

1895Registering frost.  The Garden 47 (1209), 52 N.

 

1895Wood sorrel.  The Garden 47 (1214), 129 N.

 

1895Spring bitter vetch.  The Garden 47 (1217), 186 N.

 

1896White french willow.  The Garden 50 (1309), 504 N.

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland I. The Guardian Newspaper 51 (1) (2626), 499450 A.

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland II. The Guardian Newspaper 51 (1) (2629), 610‑611 A.

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland III. The Guardian Newspaper 51 (1) (2633), 792 A.

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland IV.  The Guardian Newspaper 51 (1) (2637), 951 A.

 

1896Gardens & Garden Craft. The Edinburgh Review or Critical Journal 184 (377), 161‑184 A.

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland V. The Guardian Newspaper 51 (2) (2641), 1106 A.

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland VI. The Guardian Newspaper 51 (2) (2644) 1221 A.

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland VII. The Guardian Newspaper 51 (2) (2647), 1317‑8 A.

 

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland VIII. The Guardian Newspaper 51 (2) (2652), 1483 A.

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland IX. The Guardian Newspaper 51 (2) (2657), 1755‑6 A.

 

1896Notes from Garden and Woodland X. The Guardian Newspaper 51 (2) (2663), 2028 A.

 

1897Notes from Garden and Woodland XI. The Guardian Newspaper 52 (1) (2668), 99 A.

 

1897Notes from Garden and Woodland XII. The Guardian Newspaper 52 (1) (2672), 268 A.

 

1897Notes from Garden and Woodland XIII. The Guardian Newspaper 52 (1) (2674), 355 A.

 

1897Notes from Garden and Woodland XIV. The Guardian Newspaper 52 (1) (2683), 691 A.

 

1897Notes from Garden and Woodland XV. The Guardian Newspaper 52 (1) (2688), 919 A.

 

1897Notes from Garden and Woodland XVI. The Guardian Newspaper 52 (2) (2694),  1145‑6 A.

 

1897A neglected native evergreen.  The Garden  51 (1321), 183 A.

 

1897Good climbing roses.  The Garden 51 (1333), 414-5.

 

1898Hardy‑plant borders (with H. Selfe‑Leonard). Journal of the Royal Horticultural  Society 21 (3), 433441 A.

 

1899Snapdragons.  English Life March.000.

 

1900Althaea ficifolia. The Garden 57 (1468), 3 N.

 

1900Narcissus pallidus praecox.  The Garden 57 (1475), 148 N.

 

1900Hardy vines for the South of England.  The Garden 57 (1479), 225 N.

 

1900Narcissus pallidus praecox.  The Garden 57 (1480), 246 N.

 

1900Field flowers in the house. Ladies Field 10 (118), 13 A.

 

1900Cosmos bipinnatus. The Garden 57 (1492), 462 N.

 

1900Formal gardening merging into free. The Garden 58 (1504), 197-8 A.

 

1900Formal gardening merging into free. The Garden 58 (1505), 223-4 A.

 

1900Cut flowers in the house. Ladies Field 11 (131), 68 A.

 

1900Wild flowers in the house. Ladies Field 11 (140), 400 A.

 

1900Wild flowers in the house. Ladies Field 11 (143), 546 A.

 

1900Winter window‑boxes in London. Ladies Field 11 (144), 36 A.

 

1901Winter bouquet. Ladies Field 12 (150), 279 A.

 

1901Orchards Surrey. The Residence of Mr. William Chance. Country Life 10 (243), 272‑9 A.

 

1901Two grand Autumn flowers. Ladies Field 15 (187), 181 A.

 

1902The pergola in English gardens ‑ its making and planting.  Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 27 (1), 93‑97 A.

 

1902The Primrose Garden. Country Life 11 (276), 491‑2 A.

 

1902Roses for Decoration. The Garden 62 (1598), 13 A.

 

1902From the Mountains I. The Garden 62 (1599), 32 A.

 

1902Mountain Flowers II. The Garden 62 (1603), 97‑8 A.

 

1902Mountain Flowers III. The Garden 62 (1606), 152 A.

 

1902Mountain Flowers IV. The Garden 62 (1607), 160 A.

 

1902Nursery Gardens: China Asters & Antirrhinums. The Garden 62 (1610), 218‑9 A.

 

1902Dahlias & hardy plants ‑ Visits to Nurseries. The Garden 62 (1612), 252 A.

 

1902The Pergola in English gardens. The Garden 62 (1616), 326‑7 A.

 

1902The Pergola in English gardens. The Garden 62 (1617), 343 4 A.

 

1902‑3   The Garden Roses. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 27 (2/3), 503 4 A.

 

1903The reafforestation of Hainault Forest. Country Life 13 (314), 634 C.

 

1903Greenhouse Flags. The Garden 63 (1629), 85‑6 N.

 

1903Horticultural Club. The Garden 63 (1629), 85‑6 N.

 

1903Penzance Briars on Manetti stock. The Garden 63 (1629), 85‑6 N.

 

1903      Yuccas in the rockery. The Garden 63 (1629), 85-6 N.

 

1903The Bunch Primroses.  Country Life 13 (330), 574 A.

 

1903The Best Sweet Peas. The Garden 63 (1642), 308 N.

 

1903The beauties of Rose foliage. The Garden 63 (1642), 308 N.

 

1903Large‑leaved Saxifrages. The Garden 63 (1642), 308 N.

 

1903Horse chestnuts layering themselves. The Garden 63 (1642), 308 N.

 

1903Colour in the Spring Garden. The Garden 63 (1645), 363 A.

 

1903Phlox Avalanche. The Garden 63 (1647), 405 N.

 

1903Rose Pompon de Bourgoyne. The Garden 63 (1648), 421 N.

 

1903The Garland Rose. The Garden 64 (1650), 11 N.

 

1903A well coloured flower border. The Garden 64 (1673), 405 A.

 

1904Technical education ‑ vegetable culture. Details of a course of 6 lectures on    “Vegetables and their culture” by A. Dean, F.R.H.S. in the Parish Room,

 

Busbridge. Busbridge Parish Magazine 6 (1), n.p. A.

 

1904Studies of Flowers and Fruit. Country Life 15 (388), 833‑5.

 

1904The Late Dean of Rochester. Country Life 16 (400), 359.

 

1905Wall Gardening ‑ Snapdragons (Antirrhinums). The Garden 67 (1729), 7 N.

 

1905Arranging Fruit and Flowers. The Garden 67 (1729), 9 A.

 

1905A Colour Scheme. The Garden 67 (1729), 10 N.

 

1905Arranging Fruit & Flowers. The Garden 67 (1730), 20‑1 A.

 

1905Bee balm & Bees. The Garden 67 (1739), 157 N.

 

1905Anemone Hepatica. The Garden 67 (1740), 179 A.

 

1905lvy & its many ways. Country Life 17 (440), 833‑4.

 

1905A Definite Purpose in Gardening I. The World (1624), 287A.

 

1905A Definite Purpose in Gardening II. The World (1625), 323 A.

 

1905A Definite Purpose in Gardening III. The World (1626), 359 A.

 

1905The Bulbous Plants of Spring and Early Summer. The World (1630), 504 A.

 

1905The Bulbous Plants of Summer & Autumn. The World (1631), 548 A.

 

1905Borders of Spring and Early Summer.  The Garden 68 (1770), 257 A.

 

1905Awards in the Flower Border Competition.  The Garden 68 (1776), 346 A.

 

1906St. Catherine’s Court – I. Somersetshire.  The Seat of the Hon. Mrs. Paley. Country Life 20 (516), 738-746.

 

1907How to make a Commonplace Garden a Paradise.  Daily Mail (3440), 11 A.

 

1908Roses in Wild Woodland.  The National Rose Society Rose Annual 84-5 A.

 

1909The streamside Garden.  Country Life 25 (632), 245-6.

 

1909Colour Nomenclature.  The Garden 73 (1978), 501 A.

 

1910Shrubs with scented leaves.  Country Life 27 (696), 678.

 

1910Heath Path.  Country Life 27 (700), 820.

 

1910Weeping roses.  Country Life 27 (702), 920.

 

1910Rock wall Edgings.  Country Life 28 (704), 29-30.

 

1910Michaelmas Daisies.  Country Life 28 (722), 659-60.

 

1910Warley Gardens in Spring and Summer.  Country Life 28 (723), 689-91.

 

1910Rose Garden at St. Fagan’s Castle.  Country Life 28 (724), 713-4.

 

1911A garden of sweet scents. Country Life 29 (731), 8‑9.

 

1911Some winter effects of flower & shrub. Country Life 29 (733), 104‑5.

 

1911Hollyhocks. Country Life 29 (738), 284‑5.                                              

 

1911Borders of Annuals. Country Life 29 (740), 340‑1.

 

1911Gardening on corrugated iron. Country Life 29 (743), 466.

 

1911Edging to Roses. The Garden 75 (2055), 162C.

 

1911Winter effects at Belton, Lincolnshire. Country Life 29 (744), 4834.

 

1911Bog Gardens. Country Life 29 (749), 670‑1.

 

1911A wild fern garden. Country Life 29 (751), 740‑1.

 

1911Colour groupings of some May Tulips. The Garden 75 (2064), 273 A.

 

1911The making of pot‑pourri. Country Life 30 (759), 150‑1.

 

1911The Pictorial use of Bedding Plants. Country Life 30 (765), 350‑1.

 

1911Historical Notes on Garden Ornament. Country Life 30 (774), 6624.

 

1911Historical Notes on Garden Ornament. Country Life 30 (775), 701‑2.

 

1912The Garland Rose. The Garden 76 (2099), 75 N.

 

1912Plants for a Blue Garden. The Garden 76 (2099), 75 N.

 

1912Bed of Tuberous Begonias. The Garden 76 (2099), 75 N.

 

1912Clematis Flammula. The Garden 76 (2099), 75 N.

 

1912Romneya Coulteri. The Garden 76 (2099), 75 N.

 

1912Winter Jasmine. The Garden 76 (2100), 87 N.

 

1912Shrubs under Deodar. The Garden 76 (2100), 87 N.

 

1912White Rose for London. The Garden 76 (2100), 87 N.

 

1912Fuchsias. The Garden 76 (2100), 87 N.

 

1912Snow and Seeds. The Garden 76 (2100), 87 N.

 

1912Roses and Clematis on fence. The Garden 76 (2100), 87 N.

 

1912Weeping Standard Roses. Country Life 31 (790), 288‑9.

 

1912The hardy flower border. Country Life 31 (796), 514‑5.

 

1912An April Garden. Country Life 31 (799), 611‑12.

 

1912A Self‑Sown Wood.  Country Life 31 (802), 735‑6.

 

1912Garden Roses. Country Life 32 (809), 5‑7.

 

1912Gardens for Small Country Houses. Millmead Bramley, Surrey. Country Life 32 (825), 7*-11* A.

 

1912A June border of Irises & Lupines. The Garden 76 (2144), 639 A.

 

1913Primulas from a garden point of view. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 39 (1), 1914 A.

 

1913How to make & plant a streamside Garden. The Garden 77 (2147), 20‑1 A.

 

1913How to grow Holly‑hocks. The Garden 77 (2153), 99 A.

 

1913Primroses and Polyanthuses. The Garden 77 (2161), 194‑5 A.

 

1913Two good April plants. (Erythronium giganteum and Corydalis cheilanthifolia).  Country Life 33 (850), 576.

 

1913Grouping Flowers for Colour. The Garden 77 (2167), 276 A.

 

1913Grouping for Colour. The Garden 77 (2169), 298 C.

 

1913Notes from Wisley ‑ Primula japonica. The Garden 77 (2169), 302 N.

 

1913Notes from Wisley ‑ Rambler Roses. The Garden 77 (2169), 302 N.

 

1913Notes from Wisley ‑ Tree Lupines. The Garden 77 (2169), 302 N.

 

1913Eremuri in the Wild Garden. The Garden 77 (2170), 315 A.

 

1913Some good Summer Flowers. The Garden 77 (2173), 349 A.

 

1913A natural colour study. Country Life 34 (863), 87 N.

 

1913Planting in dry walls. Country Life 34 (866), 189‑90 A.

 

1913Scentless Musk. The Garden 77 (2178), 406 N.

 

1913Convolvulus Heavenly Blue. The Garden 77 (2179), 419 N.

 

1913Annuals for filling flower‑borders. The Garden 77 (2185), 495 A.

 

1913Designing a Rose Garden. The Garden 77 (2186), 508 A.

 

1913Funkia grandiflora. Gardening Illustrated 35 (1809), 719 N.

 

1914A Cottage Home in Somerset. The Garden 78 (2198), 8 N.

 

1914November Hardy Chrysanthemums. The Garden 78 (2199), 18 C.

 

1914Two Excellent Kales. The Garden 78 (2200), 30 N.

 

1914Sparassis crispa. Country Life 35 (891), 160‑1 A.

 

1914Wild Gardening in Rocky Sites. Gardening Illustrated 36 (1821), 71 A.

 

1914Planting a carriage drive. Country Life 35 (892), 190.

 

1914The National Trust & Hydon Heath. Country Life 35 (893), 228‑9.

 

1914British Flowering Plants (Review). Country Life 35 (901), 521.

 

1914Corydalis cheilanthifolia. The Garden 78 (2213), 191 C.

 

1914Salvia farinacea. The Garden 78 (2216), 226 C.

 

1914Planting for Autumn effect. Country Life 35 (905), 664.

 

1914A newly made garden at Sandbourne, Worcestershire. Country Life 36 (921), 290‑2 A.

 

1914Wild and Garden Roses (review of ‘The Genus Rosa’ by Ellen Willmott F.L.S., London, Murray 1910‑14). The Quarterly Review 221 (441), 363‑375 A.

 

1914Planting in dry walls. The Garden 78 (2237), 485 A.

 

1914Bulbous plants in grass and woodland. Country Life 36 (926), 465.

 

1914Moss on Tennis Court. The Garden 78 (2242), 540 C.

 

1914British Flowering Plants (Review). Country Life 36 (931), 622‑3.

 

1914Aubrietias in the Spring Garden. The Garden 78 (2247), 598 A.

 

1915A self‑sown Wood. The Garden 79 (2252), 34 A.

 

1915The Five‑Barred Gate. Country Life 37 (943), 151‑2.

 

1915Evergreens on walls in winter. Country Life 37 (945), 202.

 

1915The Double Chamomile. The Garden 79 (2259), 110 C.

 

1915Evergreens on walls in Winter. The Garden 79 (2259), 114‑5 A.

 

1915Planted banks as hedges. Country Life 37 (949), 3334.

 

1915Careers for Women ‑ Landscape Gardening. Ladies Field 69 (895), 534‑5 A.

 

1915A newly made garden at Sandbourne, Worcestershire. The Garden 79 (2270),                    244‑5 A.

 

1915Sun Roses. The Garden 79 (2273), 288 C.

 

1915Simply planted pergolas. Country Life 37 (962), 808.

 

1915Undesirable Plants. The Garden 79 (2274), 300‑1 C.

 

1915Mr. Thackeray Turner’s Garden at Westbrook, Surrey. Country Life 38 (968), 119‑121.

 

1915An interesting Surrey garden. The Garden 79 (2283), 411‑2 A.

 

1915Michaelmas Daisies. The Garden 79 (2287), 460‑1 A.

 

1915The Water Elder. The Garden 79 (2288), 469 N.

 

1915A Young Heath Garden. Country Life 38 (978), 464.

 

1915The Willow Gentian (Gentiana asclepiadea). The Garden 79 (2290), 492 A.

 

1915Clematis Flammula in the flower border. The Garden 79 (2290), 498 N.

 

1915Planting a Carriage Drive. The Garden 79 (2291), 508 A.

 

1915Borders of Michaelmas Daisies. Gardening Illustrated 37 (1911), 640 A.       

 

1915A pretty Combination. The Garden 79 (2301), 622 C.

 

1916   The green things of the Winter garden. Country Life 39 (995), 151.

 

1916Snowdrops. Country Life 39 (998), 237‑8.

 

1916Spring Crocuses. Country Life 39 (999), 264‑6.

 

1916Some Sheltering devices. The Garden 80 (2311), 117 A.

 

1916A Nut Walk. The Garden 80 (2312), 128 A.

 

1916Early Irises. Country Life 39 (1001), 336‑7.

 

1916The early Anemones. Country Life 39 (1002), 363‑4.

 

1916The North border. The Garden 80 (2315), 155 A.

 

1916Spring cyclamens and grape hyacinths. Country Life 39 (1005), 444‑5.

 

1916Planting for Autumn effect. The Garden 80 (2317), 183 A.

 

1916Pulmonaria angustifolia. The Garden 80 (2318), 190 C.

 

1916Women as gardeners. Country Life 39 (1008), 541‑2.

 

1916China Roses. The Garden 80 (2323), 253 N.

 

1916Spring flowers in a Surrey garden. Country Life 39 (1013), 706‑8.

 

1916Nandina domestica. The Garden 80 (2325), 284 N.

 

1916A Young Heath Garden. The Garden 80 (2326), 296 A.

 

1916The Guelder Rose. Country Life 40 (1018), 38.

 

1916An early Summer border. Country Life 40 (1018), 38.

 

1916The “Petits Soins” of a garden. The Garden 80 (2330), 347‑8 A.

 

1916Shrubbery edges. Country Life 40 (1020), 105.

 

1916Clary (Salvia Sclarea). The Garden 80 (2333), 381 A.

 

1916Genista virgata. The Garden 80 (2333), 384 N.

 

1916A July flower border. Country Life 40 (1022), 161‑2.

 

1916Some flowering shrubs of late July. The Garden 80 (2335), 405 A.

 

1916Summer flowers carefully arranged. Country Life 40 (1027), 3034.

 

1916The garden at Frant Court Sussex. The Garden 80 (2341), 476 A.

 

1916The use of grey foliage with border plants. Country Life 40 (1031), 401‑2.

 

1916A border of Lupine & Iris. The Garden 80 (2343), 503 A.

 

1916Fuchsia gracilis. The Garden 80 (2345), 522 C.

 

1916Sparassis crispa. The Garden 80 (2345), 528 A.

 

1916Guelder Rose in Autumn. The Garden 80 (2347), 544 C.

 

1916A July Flower Border. The Garden 80 (2347), 548 A.

 

1916September flowers. Country Life 40 (1036), 580‑1.

 

1916Clematis Vitalba in seed. The Garden 80 (2349), 568 C.

 

1917The fate of the south border. The Garden 81 (2357), 20 C.

 

1917An Ever‑Blooming Geum. The Garden 81 (2362), 64 C.

 

1917Gladioli. Country Life 41 (1051), 178‑9.

 

1917The fate of the South border. Country Life 41 (1051), 179.

 

1917Mache. The Garden 81 (2363), 73 C.

 

1917The paint‑pot in the garden. Country Life 41 (1052), 209‑210.

 

1917To save potatoes. Country Life 41 (1054), 258.

 

1917To save potatoes. The Garden 81 (2367), 106 A.

 

1917Swedes Cabbages and Turnip. The Garden 81 (2369), 121 C.

 

1917The promise of fruit. Country Life 41 (1064), 526.

 

1917Cutting back Hardy Plants. The Garden 81 (2376), 196 C.

 

1917Rhubarb Leaves. The Garden 81 (2376), 197 A.

 

1917Plants in steps and pavements. Country Life 41 (1065), 553‑4.

 

1917The earliest Roses. The Garden 81 (2377), 208 C.

 

 

1917Spring flowers. Country Life 41 (1066), 577.

 

1917Long stemmed Roses for cutting. The Garden 81 (2378), 220 C.

 

1917Scilla italica alba. The Garden 81 (2380), 245 C.

 

1917Kitchen Garden Notes. The Garden 81 (2381), 260 A.

 

1917A well shaped garden trowel. The Garden 81 (2382), 273 N.

 

1917Garden Labels. The Garden 81 (2382), 273 N.

 

1917A graceful American Bramble. The Garden 81 (2383), 280 C.

 

1917A red Arum. The Garden 81 (2383), 280 C.

 

1917The South border for utility. The Garden 81 (2385), 304 C.

 

1917A Handsome Striped Grass. The Garden 81 (2385), 311 N.

 

1917The making of pot‑pourri. Country Life 42 (1074), 115‑6.

 

1917Some good Gooseberries. The Garden 81 (2386), 321 N.

 

1917The making of pot‑pourri. The Garden 81 (2386), 324‑5 A.

 

1917Some American peat shrubs. Country Life 42 (1075), 139‑140.

 

1917The Effect of Heavy Rain. The Garden 81 (2387), 334 A.

 

1917The Yellow Austrian Briar (Rosa foetida = Rosa lutea). The Garden 81 (2388), 348 N.

 

1917Chantarelle (Cantharellus cibarius).  The Garden 81 (2390), 371 N.

 

1917Veronica Traversii. The Garden 81 (2391), 383 C.

 

1917Heracleum mantegazzianum. The Garden 81 (2391), 387 N.

 

1917Plants in steps & pavements. The Garden 81 (2393), 407‑8 A.

 

1917Two good Sea Hollies. The Garden 81 (2393), 411‑2 A.

 

1917Plants for shrubbery edges. Country Life 42 (1084), 356.

 

1917Gentiana asclepiadea (The Willow Gentian). The Garden 81 (2396), 441 N.

 

1917Some Garden Roses. The Garden 81 (2398), 468‑9 A.

 

1917The Survivors. The Garden 81 (2398), 472 N.

 

1917Sweet Corn. The Garden 81 (2402), 523 N.

 

1917Hardy Azaleas. Country Life 42 (1092), 78*.

 

1917Hardy Azaleas. Gardening Illustrated 39 (2025), 693 A.

 

1918An instructive failure with dried plums. The Garden 82 (2408), 17 N.

 

1918Impatiens Roylei. The Garden 82 (2411), 59 N.

 

1918Clematis montana and its many uses. Country Life 43 (1100), 114‑5.

 

1918Pink Snapdragons. The Garden 82 (2412), 70 N.

 

1918Some Hardy Annuals. The Garden 82 (2412), 71 A.

 

1918The making of Pot‑pourri. The National Rose Society Rose Annual 46 (2363), 95‑8 A.

 

1918Trientalis. The Garden 82 (2416), 119 N.

 

1918Daphne pontica. The Garden 82 (2416), 119 N.

 

1918Helxine Soleirolii. The Garden 82 (2416), 119 N.

 

1918Early flowering Cosmos. The Garden 82 (2416), 119 N.

 

1918Christmas Roses. The Garden 82 (2416), 119 N.

 

1918Pimpernel (Salad Burnet). The Garden 82 (2416), 119 N.

 

1918Spring Crocuses. The Garden 82 (2417), 125 A.

 

1918The early Anemones. The Garden 82 (2417), 125‑6 A.

 

1918Viburnum opulus. The Garden 82 (2418), 130 C.

 

1918Iris stylosa. The Garden 82 (2420), 148 N.

 

1918Plant names. The Garden 82 (2420), 148 N.

 

1918Omphalodes verna. The Garden 82 (2427), 209 N.

 

1918Corydalis ochroleuca. The Garden 82 (2428), 217 C.

 

1918Sorrel milk soup. The Garden 82 (2428), 217 C.

 

1918Akebia quinata. The Garden 82 (2428), 218 N.

 

1918Trillium grandiflorum. Country Life 43 (1118), 537.

 

1918A handsome fern. The Garden 82 (2429), 224 C.

 

1918Saxifraga cymbalaria. The Garden 82 (2430), 233 C.

 

1918Exochorda grandiflora. The Garden 82 (2431), 240 C.

 

1918Munstead Bunch Primroses. The Garden 82 (2431), 242 A.

 

1918Phlox stellaria. The Garden 82 (2432), 249 C

 

1918Some of the new Bearded Irises. The Garden 82 (2432), 251 A.

 

1918Paeonia officinalis. The Garden 82 (2433), 257 C.

 

1918Trientalis europaea. The Garden 82 (2434), 266 C.

 

1918Cornus canadensis. The Garden 82 (2434), 266 C.

 

1918Some Old Garden Roses. The Garden 82 (2434), 270 A.

 

1918Seseli gummiferum. The Garden 82 (2435), 279 N.

 

1918Pot Pourri. Ladies Field 82 (1062), 167 A.

 

1918Some of the Hardy Sages. The Garden 82 (2436), 289‑ 290 A.

 

1918Rose Aglaia. The Garden 82 (2437), 296 N.

 

1918A useful maincrop pea. The Garden 82 (2438), 302 C.

 

1918Onions for seed. The Garden 82 (2439), 311 C.

 

1918Sparaxis pulcherrima. The Garden 82 (2440), 325 N.

 

1918A White Cottage Balsam. Gardening Illustrated 40 (233), 420 C.

 

1918Camouflage. The Garden 82 (2441), 332 A.

 

1918Calycanthus occidentalis. The Garden 82 (2442), 337 C.

 

1918Lettuce Stalks as Ginger. The Garden 82 (2442), 337 C.

 

1918White Foxglove. The Garden 82 (2443), 346‑7 A.

 

1918Hydrangea Hortensia. The Garden 82 (2444), 353 C.

 

1918Gladioli. The Garden 82 (2444), 355 A.

 

1918Roadside and hedgerow timber. Country Life 44 (1134), 266‑7.

 

1918The Judas Tree in fruit. The Garden 82 (2446), 376 N.

 

1918A heath garden in West Surrey. Country Life 44 (1135), 281.

 

1918Rambling rose Lady Godiva. The Garden 82 (2447), 386‑7 C.

 

1918Ways of using green tomatoes. The Garden 82 (2448), 398 A.

 

1918Aster corymbosus. The Garden 82 (2449), 403 C.

 

1918Welwitschia mirabilis. The Garden 82 (2451), 418 C.

 

1918The wooden rake. The Garden 82 (2452), 427 C.

 

1918A hybrid clematis. The Garden 82 (2455), 455 N.

 

1918The Re‑creation of Gardens. Country Life 44 (1144), 5124.

 

1918Some evergreens for poor soils. The Garden 82 (2456), 461 A.

 

1918Bambusa Metake. The Garden 82 (2457), 467 C.

 

1918Hardy ferns in Winter. Country Life 44 (1146), 586.

 

1918Hardy Azaleas. The Garden 82 (2458), 478 A.

 

1919Stobaea purpurea. The Garden 83 (2459), 4 C.

 

1919Sparassis crispa. Country Life 45 (1148), 26.

 

1919Clubbing in Honesty. The Garden 83 (2460), 10 C.

 

1919Digging fork converted to Drag. The Garden 83 (2461), 19C.

 

1919A June flower border. The Garden 83 (2464), 51 N.

 

1919The Nut Walk. The Garden 83 (2464), 52 A.

 

1919Useful plums. The Garden 83 (2465), 67 C.

 

1919Thalictrum aquilegifolium purpureum. Country Life 45 (1154), 184.

 

1919Clematis Montana & its many uses. The Garden 83 (2466), 80A.

 

1919White Weigela. Country Life 45 (1155), 203.

 

1919White Foxgloves. The Garden 83 (2467), 92 N.

 

1919Green wood on the fire. The Garden 83 (2468), 102 C.

 

1919Flowers from seed for the coming Summer. Country Life 45 (1157), 262‑3.

 

1919The Rot pit. The Garden 83 (2469), 123. N.

 

1919Millmead, Bramley Surrey. The Garden 83 (2470), 130‑1 A.

 

1919Colour in the Flower Garden I. Country Life 45 (1159), 308‑9.

 

1919Colour in the Flower Garden II. Country Life 45 (1160), 348‑9.

 

1919Some interesting Annuals. The Garden 83 (2475), 191 N.

 

1919Spring Flowers in a Surrey Garden. The Garden 83 (2476), 204‑5 A.

 

1919Plants for edgings. The Garden 83 (2477), 216 A.

 

1919Platycodon mariesii. The Garden 83 (2478), 226 N.

 

1919Olearia stellulata. The Garden 83 (2480), 251 C.

 

1919Colour in the small garden. Our Homes & Gardens 1 (1), 20‑1 A.

 

1919Pulmonaria azurea. The Garden 83 (2482), 274 C.

 

1919White Weigela. The Garden 83 (2482), 280 N.

 

1919A garden of Summer Flowers. Ladies Field 86 (1109), 18 A.

 

1919To follow Oriental Poppies. The Garden 83 (2483), 288 C.

 

1919Crowning the Colours. The Garden 83 (2485), 312 C.

 

1919Cistus Florentinus. The Garden 83 (2486), 325 C.

 

1919Pyrus Maulei. The Garden 83 (2487), 337 C.

 

1919A bedding Pelargonium newly planted. The Garden 83 (2487), 343 N.

 

1919Carpeting plants for Rosebeds. The Garden 83 (2490), 372 C.

 

1919Rosa gallica. Country Life 46 (1181), 249.

 

1919Solanum jasminoides. The Garden 83 (2493), 410 N.

 

1919Cistus Cyprius. The Garden 83 (2494), 421 N.

 

1919Wood Sage. The Garden 83 (2494), 426 N.

 

1919Wasp Stings. The Garden 83 (2495), 434 C.

 

1919September Flowers. The Garden 83 (2495), 438 A.

 

1919Colour in the flower border. The Garden 83 (2496), 450 A.

 

1919Some Tea Roses. The Garden 83 (2498), 470‑1 A.

 

1919A pretty Fuchsia. The Garden 83 (2499), 484‑5 N.

 

1919September Flowers. The Garden 83 (2499), 485 A.

 

1919Nandina domestica. The Garden 83 (2500), 492 C.

 

1919Clerodendron foetidum. The Garden 83 (2501), 506 N.

 

1919Helianthus rigidus. The Garden 83 (2501), 507 N.

 

1919Rosa microphylla. The Garden 83 (2501), 510 N.

 

1919Lilium superbum. The Garden 83 (2502), 519 N.

 

1919Rosa Evangeline. The Garden 83 (2502), 521 N.

 

1919Some Aims in Gardening. Bulletin of the Garden Club of America. Nov. (1), 7‑10 A.

 

1919Clematis flammula. The Garden 83 (2503), 530 N.

 

1919Crocus speciosus & sweet alyssum. The Garden 83 (2504), 541 C.

 

1919October flowers. The Garden 83 (2505), 554 N.

 

1919Vine Chasselas Gros Coulard. The Garden 83 (2505), 559 N.

 

1919Hydrangea Hortensia. Country Life 46 (1196), 790.

 

1919Rosa gallica. The Garden 83 (2508), 592 N.

 

1919Macartney rose. The Garden 83 (2509), 606 N.

 

1919Hydrangea & Ivy Geranium. The Garden 83 (2510), 613 C.

 

1919Mistletoe (Viscum album). The Garden 83 (2510), 614 N.

 

1920A garden of Spring Flowers. Bulletin of the Garden Club of America Jan (2), 3‑7 A.

 

1920Hydrangea Hortensia. The Garden 84 (2511), 2 C.

 

1920A colour border for August. The Garden 84 (2511), 5‑6 A.

 

1920Some False Ideals. The Garden 84 (2515), 56 A.

 

1920Scotch Briars. The Garden 84 (2515), 57 N.

 

1920Some uses of grey plants. Country Life 47 (1206), 196.

 

1920Megasea cordifolia major. The Garden 84 (2519), 106 N.

 

1920The flower border. Bulletin of the Garden Club of America Mar (2) New Series, 5‑8 A.

 

1920Woodland Roses. The National Rose Society Rose Annual, pp. 29‑30 A.

 

1920Sweet Bay. The Garden 84 (2521), 129 N.

 

1920St. Helena Violet. The Garden 84 (2522), 140 C.

 

1920Myrtus ugni. The Garden 84 (2523), 153 C.

 

1920Stephandra flexuosa. Country Life 47 (1212), 403.

 

1920Iris stylosa. The Garden 84 (2524), 164 C.

 

1920A bird scare. The Garden 84 (2524), 165 C.

 

1920A good Megasea. The Garden 84 (2525), 177 C.

 

1920Lent Hellebores. Country Life 47 (1214), 473.

 

1920Lent Hellebores. The Garden 84 (2526), 195 A.

 

1920The Chopping Bench. The Garden 84 (2528), 217 A.

 

1920Wild Gardening. Bulletin of the Garden Club of America May (4) New Series, 5‑9 A.

 

1920Corydalis cheilanthifolia. The Garden 84 (2529), 234 N.

 

1920Narcissus Johnstoni. The Garden 84 (2530), 255 N.

 

1920Erythronium giganteum. The Garden 84 (2531), 272 N.

 

1920Oriental Poppy Perry’s White. The Garden 84 (2535), 313 N.

 

1920Rolling steps. The Garden 84 (2535), 315 N.

 

1920The Primrose Garden. The Garden 84 (2536), 328 N.

 

1920Scilla italica alba. The Garden 84 (2537), 333 N.

 

1920London Pride. The Garden 84 (2537), 334 N.

 

1920Two roses of Northern Asia (Rosa hugonis & Rosa altaica). Country Life 48 (1226), 32.

 

1920Andromeda (Pieris) Floribunda. The Garden 84 (2539), 359 N.

 

1920White Foxgloves. The Garden 84 (2539), 361 N.

 

1920The Willow Gentian (Gentiana asclepiadea). The Garden 84 (2544), 417 N.

 

1920Two Eyening Primroses. The Garden 84 (2545), 429 N.

 

1920Ways & Means in the Garden. Bulletin of the Garden Club of America. Sep (6), 4‑5 A.

 

1920Two roses of northern Asia. The Garden 84 (2546), 441 N.

 

1920Anemone sylvestris. The Garden 84 (2548), 465 N.

 

1920Chrysanthemum maximum. The Garden 84 (2548), 467 N.

 

1920Yew Hedge.  The Garden 84, 493.

 

1920Michaelmas Daisies. Country Life 48 (1237), 370.

 

1920Sweet Alyssum & Catmint. The Garden 84 (2559), 597 N.

 

1920Star Dahlias. The Garden 84 (2561), 601 N.

 

1920Poterium obtusum. The Garden 84 (2561), 619 N.

 

1920A simple slug trap. The Garden 84 (2562), 630 N.

 

1921The Conservatory or Winter Garden. Bulletin of the Garden Club of America Jan  (8), 2‑6 A.

 

1921Borders of Annuals. The Garden 85 (2565), 30 A.

 

1921Annuals to sow in heat. The Garden 85 (2565), 32 A.

 

1921Annuals for Sunny & Shady Places. The Garden 85 (2566), 54 A.

 

1921A plea for the Laurel. The Garden 85 (2567), 68 A.

 

1921Border Plants that succeed best. The Garden 85 (2573), 126 A.

 

1921How a little August garden was made effective with Pink and Purple flowers. The Garden 85 (2574), 148‑149 A.

 

1921Mulleins pulled down. The Garden 85 (2587), 306 A.

 

1921The use of grey foliage.  Country Life 49, 1vi.

 

1921Small London Gardens. Country Life 50 (1292), 458‑9.

 

1922The taller Campanulas. The Garden 86 (2633), 210 A.

 

1922Some of the lesser Campanulas. The Garden 86 (2634), 227 A.

 

1922Wallflowers in the Spring garden. The Garden 86 (2636), 246 A.

 

1922Primroses. The Garden 86 (2636), 245 N.

 

1922Colour effects in the flower garden. The Garden 86 (2638), 277 A.

 

1922Bedding out. The Garden 86 (2640), 305‑6 A.

 

1922Colour effects in the flower garden. The Garden 86 (2640), 307 C.

 

1922The Iris garden. Country Life 51 (1329), 850‑2.

 

1922A beautiful cherry. The Garden 86 (2641), 317 A.

 

1922A suggestion for garden plots. Country Life 52 (1331), 29.

 

1922Flowers in the rain. The Garden 86 (2646), 387 A.

 

1922Regulating the flower border. The Garden 86 (2647), 397‑8 A.

 

1922Colour effects in the flower garden. The Garden 86 (2647), 398 N.

 

1922The joys of observation. Country Life 52 (1336), 177.

 

1922Why “Amethystine”? The Garden 86 (2648), 418 C.

 

1922A blue border. Country Life 52 (1337), 218‑9.

 

1922Why “Amethystine”? Country Life 52 (1337), 223.

 

1922Colour effects in the late Summer Border. The Garden 86 (2651), 452 A.

 

1922Sweet Peas. The Garden 86 (2651), 455 C.

 

1922Hardy Crinums. The Garden 86 (2653), 482 C.

 

1922The reconstruction of a Nottinghamshire garden. Bulcote Manor. Country Life 52  (1342), 385.

 

1922Some colour effects in the flower garden. The Garden 86 (2653), 495 A.

 

1922Alliums in the flower garden. The Garden 86 (2657), 531 A.

 

1922Iberis sempervirens and others. Country Life 52 (1347), 554‑5.

 

1922The grey border for late Summer. Country Life 52 (1353), 776‑7.

 

1923Some trees of our neighbourhood. Busbridge Parish Magazine 25 (10), n.p. A.

 

1923Garden notes. Country Life 51 (1360), 113.

 

1923Grouping of hardy bulbs. Country Life 53 (1361), 156‑7.

 

1923Garden notes. Country Life 53 (1362), 182‑7.

 

1923Garden notes. Country Life 53 (1364), 239‑40.

 

1923Garden notes. Country Life 53 (1366), 326.

 

1923Mistletoe as a spring plant and other notes. Country Life 53 (1368), 396.

 

1923Garden notes. Country Life 53 (1372), 543.

 

1923A Primrose Garden. Country Life 53 (1373), 568‑9.

 

1923Heaths and aubrietas. Country Life 53 (1373), 569.

 

1923How to use Spring flowers. Country Life 53 (1375), 643.

 

1923Munstead Bunch Primroses.  The Garden 87 (2688), 256‑7 A.

 

1923Waterside planting. Country Life 53 (1377), 713.

 

1923Erinus alpinus. The Garden 87 (2689), 279 C.

 

1923Clematis Flammula. The Garden 87 (2690), 297 C.

 

1923Whitebeam (Pyrus Aria). The Garden 87 (2691), 310 C.

 

1923Garden notes. Country Life 53 (1382), 931‑2.

 

1923The old roses. Country Life 54 (1385), 91‑2.

 

1923The Azalea garden. Country Life 54 (1390), 258‑9.

 

1923Gardening Among Stones. Homes & Gardens 5 Sept 120‑1 A.

 

1923Fruit on the dinner table. Country Life 54 (1392), 322.

 

1923Bunch primroses. Country Life 54 (1395), 418‑9.

 

1923A flower border for the whole Summer. Gardening lllustrated 45 (2332), 717 A.

 

1923Old‑fashioned Roses. The Garden 87 (2713), 587‑8 A. 

 

1923Some Horticultural Indiscretions. The Garden 87 (2714), 607‑8 A.

 

1923Calluna Vulgaris. Gardening Illustrated 45 (2334), 754 N.

 

1923Yuccas in the flower border. Gardening Illustrated 45 (2337), 801 N.

 

1923Grey foliage in the flower border. Gardening lllustrated 45 (2338), 820 N.

 

1924Mothering Sunday. Busbridge Parish Magazine 26 (3), n.p. A.

 

1924Trachymene caerulea. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2339), 3 C.

 

1924Crinum Powelli. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2341), 37 N.

 

1924White beam. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2342), 50 N.

 

1924Some Annuals for cutting. Country Life 55 (1412), 142.

 

1924Garden Borders. Homes & Gardens 5 Feb, 285‑7 A.

 

1924Borders round a house. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2343), 68 A.

 

1924Some desirable Annuals. The Garden 88 (2724), 58‑9 A.

 

1924Borders of late Summer Flowers. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2347), 128 N.

 

1924Some Desirable Annuals & Biennials. English Life 2 (4), 210‑1 A.

 

1924Forsythia Suspensa. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2351), 183 N.

 

1924Doronicum Caucasicum as cut flowers. Gardening lllustrated 46 (2351), 183 N.

 

1924Rabbit‑proof plants. The Garden 88 (2732), 213 C.

 

1924How to Run a Garden party. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2353), 216 A.

 

1924An outdoor sitting‑place. Country Life 55 (1423), 581.

 

1924Some garden ornaments & accessories. The Garden 88 (2736), 282‑3 A.

 

1924Some decorative Aspects of Gardening.  The Empire Review 39 (280), 532‑9 A..

 

1924Magnolia conspicua. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2358), 293 N.

 

1924Magnolia stellata. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2359), 310 N.

 

1924The Phillips Memorial at Godalming. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2362), 351 A.

 

1924New Zealand flax Gardening Illustrated 46, 353.

 

1924A River of Daffodils. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2362), 363 N.

 

1924Euphorbia Wulfenii. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2363), 368 C.

 

1924A Cypress Hedge. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2363), 375 A.

 

1924Ghent Azaleas. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2364), 389 N.

 

1924Iris Alcazar. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2364), 389 N.

 

1924Midsummer in the Garden. Country Life 55 (1434), 1055‑6.

 

1924Rhododendrons. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2365), 400 C.

 

1924Steps to a Seed Room.  Gardening Illustrated 46 (2367), 442 N.

 

1924Summer Borders. The Garden 88 (2748), 495‑6 A.

 

1924Iris Pallida Dalmatica. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2368), 452 N.

 

1924Flower Jars at a War Memorial. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2368), 453 C.

 

1924Viburnum Plicatum. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2368), 455 N.

 

1924Border Campanulas. The Garden 88 (2749), 515‑6 A.

 

1924Children & Gardens. Homes & Gardens 6 Aug, 109‑110 A.

 

1924Poppies. Country Life 56 (1439), 174‑5.

 

1924Iris Sibirica. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2370), 487 A.

 

1924Potpourri. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2371), 498 N.

 

1924Spiraea Van Houttei. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2371), 499 N.

 

1924Some hints for the flower border. Gardening lllustrated 46 (2371), 499 A.

 

1924Borders of June Flowers. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2372), 517 N.

 

1924The Austrian Briar. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2373), 524 N.

 

1924Megasea Cordifolia M. Purpurea. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2373), 530 N.

 

1924Rosa sinica Anemone. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2374), 544 N.

 

1924Romneya Coulteri. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2376), 573 N.

 

1924A Garden Gateway. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2376), 577 N.

 

1924Crinum Powelli. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2377), 588 N.

 

1924The August border. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2378), 605 N.

 

1924Eryngium and White Pea. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2378), 605 N.

 

1924Aretotis and Gazania. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2379), 619 N.

 

1924A Double Border of late Summer Flowers. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2379), 622 N.

 

1924Yuccas. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2380), 633 N.

 

1924Blues and mauves in the garden. Country Life 56 (1450), 602.

 

1924Sorb Apple. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2382), 666 C.

 

1924Some problems of the flower border.  Gardening Illustrated 16 August.000.

 

1924Snap Dragons in a dry wall. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2382), 667 N.

 

1924Tritomas in the flower border. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2382), 668 N.

 

1924Glyceria aquatica fol. var. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2383), 683 C.

 

1924Olearia Haasti. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2383), 689 N.

 

1924Yucca filamentosa. Gardening Illustrated 46. (2384), 699 C.

 

1924Wall plants for an eastern exposure. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2385), 723 N.

 

1924The Azalea Garden. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2386), 737 N.

 

1924Polygonum campanulatum. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2387), 755 N.

 

1924Rhododendron Mrs. R. H. Holford. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2388), 767 C.

 

1924Old Apple trees. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2389), 780 N.

 

1924Jelly from Mountain Ash berries. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2389), 780 N.

 

1924The Flower Garden ‑ a Quiet Entrance. Gardening Illustrated 46 (2389), 782 N.

 

1925A fox hunt at Munstead Wood. Busbridge Parish Magazine 27 (3), n.p. A.

 

1925The August Borders. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2392), 25 A.

 

1925Waterers Laburnum. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2395), 65 N.

 

1925The Herbaceous border. The Field 145 (3763), 3 (suppl.) A.

 

1925Salvia Sclarea in the Flower Border. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2397), 97 N.

 

1925A Garden in the making. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2397), 101 A.

 

1925Spring planting of Summer Flower Borders. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2401), 166 A.

 

1925A weed as Salad. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2401), 174 C.

 

1925The ordinary garden. Homes & Gardens 6 April, 395‑8 A.

 

1925Corydalis cheilanthifolia. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2411), 321 N.

 

1925The between plants. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2414), 376 N.

 

1925Olearia Gunniana. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2415), 401 N.

 

1925Iris Alcazar. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2416), 417 N.

 

1925Scots pine on a chimney. The Garden 89 (2798), 381 C.

 

1925Iron Garden Gates. The Garden 89 (2799), 390‑1 A.

 

1925A well set up exhibit. The Garden 89 (2799), 398 C.

 

1925Azalea Occidentalis. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2418), 444 N.

 

1925Salvia Sclarea. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2419), 465 N.

 

1925Senecia Greyi. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2420), 483 N.

 

1925Rose Mme. Plantier. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2421), 491 C.

 

1925White flowers in the woodland. The Garden 89 (2803), 441 A.

 

1925Planting against a house. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2423), 519 N.

 

1925Campanula lactiflora syn. celtidifolia. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2424), 527 C.

 

1925Rose Lady Curzon. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2424), 532 N.

 

1925Crinum Powelli. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2427), 555 C.

 

1925Ivy Geranium Mme. Crousse. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2427), 561 N.

 

1925Yucca Filamentosa. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2429), 587 N.

 

1925Scabiosa graminifolia. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2430), 599 N.

 

1925Cistus cyprius.  Gardening Illustrated 47, 601.

 

1925Truth in Advertising. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2431), 615 C.

 

1925Rosa Alba and its varieties. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2432), 634 N.

 

1925Rose species by the sea. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2434), 660 C.

 

1925Garden Craftsmanship in Yew & Box. English Life 5 (6), 436‑9 A.

 

1925September in the flower border. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2435), 680 N.

 

1925The best Eryngiums. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2437), 709 N.

 

1925Godetia Double Rose. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2438), 725 C.

 

1925Solanum jasminoides. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2439), 741 N.

 

1925Tritomas in the flower border. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2439), 742 N.

 

1925Othonnopsis cheirifolia. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2440), 757 N.

 

1925Flowering Shrubs in the Flower Border. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2441), 776 N.

 

1925Nemophila insignis. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2442), 785 N.

 

1925Oenothera Lamarckiana. Gardening Illustrated 47 (2442), 787 N.

 

1926The church and churchyard. Busbridge Parish Magazine 27 (3), n.p. A.

 

1926An old book of flower pictures. Country Life 59 (1516), 121‑2.

 

1926Clematis Jouiniana. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2449), 98 N.

 

1926In a West Surrey garden. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2450), 116 N.

 

1926In a West Surrey garden. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2452), 149 N.

 

1926Lent Hellebores as cut flowers. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2453), 162 A.

 

1926Pieris japonica. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2454), 179 N.

 

1926Narcissus pallidus praecox. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2455), 194 N.

 

1926Lawn and Woodland. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2455), 196 A.

 

1926Doronicum Caucasicum. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2455), 206 N.

 

1926Annuals as cut flowers. English Life 6 (5), 323‑5 A.

 

1926Rhododendron praecox. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2456), 209 N.

 

1926The Lesser Trumpet Daffodils. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2457), 223 A.

 

1926Helenium pumilum & its companions. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2457), 231 A.

 

1926Mistaken spelling in plant names. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2464), 305 N.

 

1926Obituary: John T Bennett‑Poe. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2464), 312.

 

1926Tulip Mrs Hoog. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2465), 373 N.

 

1926The Framed Picture.  Gardening Illustrated 48, 391.

 

1926Hardy plants with handsome foliage. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2474), 467 A.

 

1926Verbascum olympicum. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2474), 467 N.

 

1926Asphodelus ramosus. Gardening lllustrated 48 (2474), 469 N.

 

1926In the Spring Garden. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2477), 517 A.

 

1926To Redeem Unsightliness. English Life 7 (4), 300 A.

 

1926A scarlet border. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2478), 543 N.

 

1926Penstemons. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2478), 532 N.

 

1926Alstroemeria chilensis. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2480), 563 N.

 

1926The Primrose Garden.  Gardening Illustrated 48, 565.

 

1926Dwarf lavender. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2480), 569 N.

 

1926Hydrangea aborescens grandiflora. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2481), 579 N.

 

1926The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 90 (2860), 535‑6 A.

 

1926In the Heath Garden. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2482), 597 N.

 

1926Natural planting. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2482), 601 N.

 

1926The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 90 (2861), 551‑2 A.

 

1926Campanula lactiflora. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2483), 609N.

 

l926The joy of making a New Garden.  The Garden 90 (2862), 569 A.

 

1926A Design for a Small Garden. The Garden 90 (2863), 581 A.

 

1926The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 90 (2864), 599 A.

 

1926The rolling steps. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2486), 651 N.

 

1926Grey foliage in the flower garden. Bulletin of the Garden Club of America Nov. (12) 3rd Series, 9‑10 A.

 

1926Pyrethrum uliginosum with Michaelmas Daisies. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2487), 671 A.

 

1926The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 90 (2866), 630 A.

 

1926Heracleum mantegazzianum. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2488), 683 N.

 

1926The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 90 (2868), 661 A.

 

1926Cedronella Triphylla. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2491), 725 N.

 

1926The late Michaclmas Daisies. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2491), 729 N.

 

1926The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 90 (2870), 692 A.

 

1926Clematis Flammula. Gardening Illustrated 48 (2492), 744 N.

 

1926My Christmas Garden. Daily Express (8317), 8 A.

 

1927Plants in pots. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2495), 3 N.

 

1927Grey Foliage in the flower border. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2495), 7 N.

 

1927The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 91 (2874), 2 A.

 

1927Polygonum molle. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2496), 21 N.

 

1927Spiders and Pernettya. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2497), 36 N.

 

1927The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 91 (2876), 35 A.

 

1927Foliage plants for shrub edges. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2499), 68 A.

 

1927Pyrethrum uliginosum with Michaelmas Daisies. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2501), 93 N.

 

1927The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 91 (2880), 99 A.

 

1927Grey foliage on a low wall. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2502), 113 N.

 

1927Scabiosa Columbaria. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2505), 156 N.

 

1927Clematis paniculata. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2506), 167 N.

 

1927The Joy of making a New Garden. The Garden 91 (2885), 189 A.

 

1927Salvia Sclarea. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2509), 217 N.

 

1927Gladioli in the Summer Garden. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2509), 221 N.

 

1927My Easter Garden. Daily Express (8412), 8 A.

 

1927Polygonum campanulatum. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2511), 249 N.

 

1927A Decorative Annual for edging.  The Garden 91 (2892), 297 N.

 

1927A Decorative shrub ‑ Clethra Alnifolia. The Garden 91 (2893), 313 N.

 

1927An admirable rockery plant (Arenaria montana).  The Garden 91 (2893), 313 N.

 

1927A Quick growing Clematis ‑ Clematis vitalba. The Garden 91 (2894), 328 N.

 

1927The care of the flower border. The Garden 91 (2895), 341 A.

 

1927Ivy Geranium Mme. Crousse. The Garden 91 (2895), 343 N.

 

1927Campanula pyramidalis. The Garden 91 (2895), 344 N.

 

1927Early Michaelmas Daisies.  Gardening Illustrated 49 (2519), 371 A.

 

1927Iris Alcazar. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2519), 372 C.

 

1927Ornithogalum nutans. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2519), 377 N.

 

1927Crocus speciosus & Koniga maritima. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2519), 381 N.

 

1927Nemophila insignis. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2521), 406 N.

 

1927The June Borders. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2521), 407 A.

 

1927Inchmury ‑ a fine Garden Pink. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2522), 421 N.

 

1927Some of the Sweetest Roses. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2522), 424 A.

 

1927Viburnum plicatum. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2523), 441 N.

 

1927Grey Foliage in Garden Effects. The Garden 91 (2902), 467 N.

 

1927Gallon Rhododendron ferrugineum. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2524), 448 C.

 

1927Kalmia latifolia. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2524), 450 A.

 

1927Allium nigrum var. album. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2524), 451 N.

 

1927Rose Parfum de l’Haye. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2525), 464 C.

 

1927A neglected Rhododendron. Gardening lllustrated 49 (2525), 468 N.

 

1927Foxglove Munstead white. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2525), 469 N.

 

1927Rosa polyantha fi. pl. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2526), 485 N.

 

1927Azaleas in woodland. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2526), 487 N.

 

1927Libertia formosa. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2528), 515 N.

 

1927Geranium ibericum platyphyllum. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2528), 516 N.

 

1927Omphalodes linifolia (Venus Navelwort). Gardening Illustrated 49 (2528), 519 N.

 

1927Miss Jekyll & her Flower Garden (foreword by Miss Willmott). Paper read at a meeting of The Garden Club. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2529), 531‑4.

 

1927Rose Euphrosyne. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2530), 550 N.

 

1927A plant worth reviving ‑ Salvia Sclarea. The Garden 91 (2911), 609N.

 

1927Monk’s Rhubarb. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2535), 623 C.

 

1927The Heath Garden. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2535), 629 N.

 

1927The Yew Cat. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2536), 641 N.

 

1927White Crinum Powelli. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2436), 642 N.

 

1927Rose Fimbriata. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2537), 657 N.

 

1927Rosa Flora. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2537), 657 N.

 

1927High Mount, Guildford I. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2537), 660‑1 A.

 

1927High Mount, Guildford II. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2538), 674‑5 A.

 

1927Spiraea Aruncus. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2541), 725 N.

 

1927The Grey Garden. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2542), 738‑9 A.

 

1927Hardiness of Gazania. Gardening Illustated 49 (2542), 741 N.

 

1927Ophiopogon Jaburan. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2542), 741 N.

 

1927From Indoors ‑ Looking Out. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2543), 751 N.

 

1927A freak Helenium. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2544), 764 C.

 

1927A well placed fig. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2544), 767 N.

 

1927Rosemary growing in masonry. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2545), 783 N.

 

1927Ligustrum Japonicum. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2546), 796 N.

 

1927Corydalis ochroleuca. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2546), 805 N.

 

1927Apple wood. Gardening Illustrated 49 (2547), 810 C.

 

1928Climbing plants for cottage gardens. Busbridge Parish Magazine 30 (6), n.p. A.

 

1928Climbing plants for cottage gardens. Busbridge Parish Magazine 30 (7), n.p. A.

 

1928The changes of fashion in gardening. The Nineteenth Century and After 104 (618), 195‑9 A.

 

1928A grouping of Dahlias. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2549), 19 N.

 

1928Spiraea Aruncus. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2549), 20 N.

 

1928Tree Ivy. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2549), 21 N.

 

1928A hybrid Musk Rose. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2549), 29 N.

 

1928Aesculus parviflora. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2553), 78 N.

 

1928Hollyhock Pink Beauty. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2553), 80 N.

 

1928The earliest flowers for cutting. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2557), 141 A.

 

1928Narcissus pallidus praecox.  Gardening Illustrated 50, 240.

 

1928Alexandrian Laurel. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2565), 271 N.

 

1928Leucotfloe Axillaris. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2567), 309~N.

 

1928The Nutwalk in Spring. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2568), 324 N.

 

1928The way in.  Gardening Illustrated. 50 (2569), 347 N.

 

1928Arum Italicum. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2569), 347 N.

 

1928Tulips in the Spring Garden. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2570), 363 A.

 

1928Foamflower (Tiarella cordifolia) Gardening Illustrated 50, 369.

 

1928A June Garden. Country Life 63 (1639), lvi (suppl.).

 

1928Corydalis Solida. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2572), 392 N.

 

1928The Primrose Garden. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2572), 397 N.

 

1928Pyrus Malus Floribunda. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2572), 398 N.

 

1928Choisya Ternata. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2572), 399 N.

 

1928Double Cuckoo Flower (Cardamine pratense fl. pl.).  Gardening Illustrated 50 (2573), 408 N.

 

1928Plants on steps. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2573), 410 N.

 

1928Trillium grandiflorum. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2573), 411 N.

 

1928The steps to the loft.  Gardening Illustrated 50, 425.

 

1928Pieris floribunda.  Gardening Illustrated 50, 427.

 

1928Salvia sclarea.  Gardening Illustrated 50, 506.

 

1928Spiraea discolor. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2579), 513 N.

 

1928Romneya Coulteri. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2580), 525 N.

 

1928Alstroemeria chilensis. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2580), 529 N.

 

1928Verbascum Chaixi. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2582), 558 N.

 

1928Campanula lactiflora. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2583), 571 N.

 

1928Penstemon Heterophyllus. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2583), 573 N.

 

1928Ivy Geranium Mme Crousse. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2585), 609 N.

 

1928A July flower border.  Gardening Illustrated 50, 641.

 

1928Heracleum mantegazzianum.  Gardening Illustrated 50 (2591), 657 N.

 

1928Garden Plants of Seventy Years ago.  The New Flora and Silva 1 (1), 4‑8 A.

 

1928Peroffskya atriplicifolia. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2591), 703 N.

 

1928Acanthus Spinosus. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2593), 732 N.

 

1928Clematis Flammula. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2594), 748 N.

 

1928Double Tropaeolum. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2594), 754 N.

 

1928Campanula Isophylla alba. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2595), 762 C.

 

1928Gaultheria Shallon. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2596), 779 N.

 

1928Musk mallow. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2597), 800 N.

 

1928Hydrangea arborescens grandiflora.  Gardening Illustrated 50 (2598), 813 N.

 

1928Barberry jelly. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2599), 825 C.

 

1928Gentiana asclepiadea. Gardening Illustrated 50 (2599), 835 N.

 

1929Colour in garden planning. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 54 (2), 282‑3  A.

 

1929Aster Corymbosus. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2600), 8 N.

 

1929The Mulberry & the Flower Border. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2602), 35 N.

 

1929Laurus nobilis. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2610), 177 N.

 

1929Colour in the flower border. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2611), 204A.

 

1929Star Dahlia. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2612), 213 N.

 

1929Dahlias grouped for colour. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2614), 248 N.

 

1929Dahlias in the Flower Border. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2620), 372 N.

 

1929Guelder Rose: a snow storm in June. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2625), 449 N.

 

1929Sea Kale. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2626), 461 N.

 

1929Lupin Munstead Strain. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2627), 477 N.

 

1929Iris Quaker Lady. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2627), 479 N.

 

1929Rheum Undulatum. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2628), 497 N.

 

1929Kalmia latifolia. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2629), 513 N.

 

1929Colour names & descriptions. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2630), 525‑6 A.

 

1929Oriental Poppies in the flower border. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2630), 527 C.

 

1929Garden Weeds. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2631), 543 C.

 

1929Thalictrum aquilegifolium puepureum. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2631), 547 N.

 

1929Asarum europaeum.  Gardening Illustrated 51, 564.

 

1929Fuchsias as potting plants. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2632), 565 N.

 

1929Viburnum plicatum. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2633), 578 N.

 

1929Othonnopsis cheirifolia. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2634),  594 N.

 

1929Azaleas. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2635), 615 N.

 

1929Iris Pallida Dalmatica. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2636), 627 N.

 

1929Hop (Humulus lupulus). Gardening Illustrated 51 (2637), 641 N.

 

1929Flavour in Gooseberries. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2638), 656 C.

 

1929Ceanothus Gloire de Versailles. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2638), 665 N.

 

1929The Garden Cottage. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2639), 675 N.

 

1929Gladiolus as a cut flower.  Gardening Illustrated 51 (2640), 699 N.

 

1929Rhododendrons. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2641), 712 N.

 

1929Clematis Davidiana. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2642), 724 N.

 

1929Double Tropaeolum. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2643), 737 C.

 

1929Gloxinias. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2643), 739 N.

 

1929The August Borders. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2646), 788 N.

 

1929Morning Glory. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2647), 806 N.

 

1929The end of the South border.  Gardening Illustrated 51 (2648), 823 N.

 

1929Border phloxes. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2648), 825 N.

 

1929A flood incident. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2649), 832 C.

 

1929Peltaria alliacea. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2649), 835 N.

 

1929Rock Roses. Daily Express (9243), 13 A.

 

1929Olearia Haastii. Gardening Illustrated 51 (2651), 864 N.

 

1930Aster Corymbosus. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2653), 20 N.

 

1930Green oranges. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2668), 267 C.

 

1930The Primrose Garden. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2671), 312 N.

 

1930The Nut Walk. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2672), 349 N.

 

1930The Broadleaved Saxifrages. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2673), 361 N.

 

1930Narcissus Johnstoni. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2674), 374 C.

 

1930Magnolias stellata & conspicua. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2674), 381 N.

 

1930Viburnum Carlesii. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2676), 407 N.

 

1930The Spring garden. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2677), 418 C.

 

1930Aubrietias in the rockwall. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2672), 434 C.

 

1930Erythronium giganteum. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2673), 455 N.

 

1930Campanula lactiflora syn. celtidifolia. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2683) 517 N.

 

1930Rose Blush Rambler. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2683), 525 N.

 

1930Rose Zephyrine Drouhin. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2684), 541 N.

 

1930Alstroemeria pelegrina alba. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2685), 545 N.

 

1930Bedding plants. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2685), 548 A.

 

1930Ceanothus Gloire de Versailles. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2686), 569 N.

 

1930Chrysanthemum maximum. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2687), 589 N.

 

1930That Blue Pea. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2688), 595 C.

 

1930Hydrangea aborescens var. grandiflora. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2688), 597 N.

 

1930How good to eat Gooseberries. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2688), 606 N.

 

1930Galega officinalis. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2689), 612 N.

 

1930Nordmannia cordifolia syn. Borago orientale. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2689), 616 N.

 

1930Some good Yuccas. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2690), 627 N.

 

1930Romneya Coulteri. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2690), 629 N.

 

1930Hydrangea Hortensia. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2691), 640 C.

 

1930Erigeron speciosus. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2691), 642 N.

 

1930Helenium pumilum. Gardening lllustrated 52 (2692), 657 N.

 

1930Some old garden Roses. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2692), 659 N.

 

1930Eryngium oliverianum. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2693), 675 N.

 

1930Flowers in the garden landscape. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2693), 683 N.

 

1930Eupatorium purpureum. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2693), 683 N.

 

1930Pachysandra terminalis. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2694), 692 C.

 

1930Nicotiana affinis. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2695), 709 N.

 

1930Annual Chrysanthemums & Nigella. Gardening lllustrated 52 (2695), 714 N.

 

1930Flower borders in September. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2696), 729 N.

 

1930Ipomoea rubro‑caerulea. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2697), 740 C.

 

1930The Grey Garden. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2698), 759 N.

 

1930Michaelmas Daisies. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2699), 775 N.

 

1930Sedum Sieboldi. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2700), 790 N.

 

1930Dearth of Mushrooms. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2701), 806 C.

 

1930Evergreens for decoration. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2702), 827 A.

 

1930The Grey Garden from above. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2703), 843 N.

 

1931The Yule Log. Gardening lllustrated 52 (2704), 5 A.

 

1931Native Ferns in the Garden I. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2704), 11 A.

 

1931Native Ferns in the Garden II. Gardening Illustrated 52 (2705), 25 A.

 

1931Native Ferns in the Garden III. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2706), 37 A.

 

1931Native Ferns in the Garden IV. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2707), 61 A.

 

1931Fungi and Trees. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2716), 195 N.

 

1931Ornithogalum nutans & some Megaseas. Gardening lllustrated 53 (2721), 272 A.

 

1931Vinca Minor. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2722), 289 C.

 

1931Sowing Anemone seeds. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2723), 317 N.

 

1931Vinca Minor. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2727), 371 C.

 

1931Dentaria diphylla. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2730), 412 C.

 

1931Asarum europaeum. Gardening lllustrated 53 (2731), 436 N.

 

1931Potpourri. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2733), 460 N.

 

1931A garden landscape.  Gardening Illustrated 53 594.

 

1931Vaccinium Corymbosum Gardening Illustrated 53 (2743), 607 N.

 

1931Primula Florindae. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2745), 637 N.

 

1931Guelder‑rose on wall. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2748), 683 N.

 

1931Planting against a house. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2748), 683 N.

 

1931Struthiopteris germanica (Shuttlecock Fern). Gardening Illustrated 53 693.

 

1931Lilies in woodland edges. Gardening Illustrated 53 (2750), 715 N.

 

1932White Foxgloves in woodland. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2757), 20 N.

 

1932Between shrubs and lawn. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2761), 81 N.

 

1932Chimonanthus fragrans. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2762), 90N.

 

1932Iris stylosa in Algiers. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2765), 165 A.

 

1932Hollyhock Pink Beauty. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2768), 181 N.

 

1932The care of Nuts. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2769), 199 N.

 

1932Male Fern and Campanula. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2774), 277 N.

 

1932Heracleum mantegazzianum. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2775), 295 N.

 

1932Plants for steep river bank. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2781), 382 C.

 

1932Rosa microphylla. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2782), 394 N.

 

1932Rose arches. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2789), 511 N.

 

1932Bee and Wasp stings. Gardening lllustrated 54 (2790), 518 C.

 

1932A neglected Strawberry. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2790), 518 C.

 

1932Campanula lactiflora. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2790), 518 C.

 

1932Spiraea Filipendula fl. pl. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2790), 527 N.

 

1932Cream Pink Poppy. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2791), 537 N.

 

1932Senecio Greyi. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2792), 549 N.

 

1932Rose Lady Curzon. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2793), 561 N.

 

1932White Foxgloves. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2794), 582 N.

 

1932Flowering shrubs in the flower border. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2795), 596 A.

 

1932The Grey garden. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2797), 623 N.

 

1932Wild Thyme on the steps. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2798), 637 N.

 

1932The Court and its planting. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2799), 655 A.

 

1932Various corners in the garden. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2800), 665 N.

 

1932Clematis Jouiniana. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2800), 669 N.

 

1932Lonicera tragophylla. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2802), 678 C.

 

1932A bed of Pinks. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2802), 687 N.

 

1932The South border door. Gardening Illustrated 54 (2803), 711 A.

 

1932Some recollections of Bramley in my young days.  Bramley Parish Magazine. September 1p.

 

1932Recollections of old Bramley.  Bramley Parish Magazine.  October 1p.

 

1932Recollections of old Bramley.  Bramley Parish Magazine.  December 1p.

 

1933Old Bramley.  Bramley Parish Magazine.  February 1p.

 

1933Old Bramley.  Bramley Parish Magazine. March 1p.

 

1933Old Bramley.  Bramley Parish Magazine. April 1p.

 

 

1937Formal Gardens.  In, Jekyll, F. and Taylor, G. C. (eds.) A Gardener’s Testament.  London, Country Life.  pp. 73-82.

 

1937Terraced gardens.  In, Jekyll, F. and Taylor, G. C. (eds.) A Gardener’s Testament. London, Country Life.  p. 82-86.

 

1937June and July borders.  In, Jekyll, F. and Taylor, G. C. (eds.) A Gardener’s Testament.  London, Country Life. p 121.

 

1937The grey garden.  In, Jekyll, F. and Taylor, G. C. (eds.) A Gardener’s Testament. London, Country Life. pp. 178-180.

 

1937Suggestions for the decorative use of some garden roses.  In, Jekyll, F. and Taylor, G. C. (eds.).  A Gardener’s Testament.  London, Country Life. pp. 204-7.

 

1937In a primrose wood.  In, Jekyll, F. and Taylor, G. C. (eds.)  A Gardener’s Testament.  London, Country Life.  pp. 321-2.

 

 

[taken from Gertrude Jekyll: Essays on the life of a wroking amateur]