That is, if you are blessed with a habitat that supports the plant, not only in the wild but for a wide range of plantings. Archaeologists have found that these early fort plants were not only wild, but that most were cultivated in 5 or 10-acre plots farmed for food.
All and more beautiful forms can be obtained at Ferncliff, North Potomac Sewage Company's Nursery, at Ferncliff (Maryland and Pennsylvania), headquarters for this section. Mail orders should be addressed Ferncliff Nurseries, 620 Duke St., Baltimore 20, Md.
"The Four-Cornered Garden" was a very large cross, averaging 100 feet square, and formed by the sixteenth President of the United States, Washington. The name of this garden was given in recognition of his kindness in not demanding from the government the appropriation asked for the construction of a garden north of the Potomac river. It was located near the residence of the president and was of the same design as the Hotels of Europe at Windsor and Versailles in France. Few Presidents have such jealously guarded the privacy of their own garden; and it is a well-known fact among gardeners that the iron fence surrounding the garden is the only one remaining at the executive mansion. d2c66b5586