ROSE G. KINGSLEY
AUTHOR OF "EVERSLEY GARDENS," ETC., ETC.
WITH A CHAPTER ON "HOW TO GROW ROSES FOR
EXHIBITION," BY THE REV. F. PAGE-ROBERTS,
VICE-PRESIDENT NATIONAL ROSE
WITH TWENTY-EIGHT FULL-PAGE COLOURED, AND NINE
HALF-TONE, ILLUSTRATIONS AND DIAGRAMS
WHITTAKER & CO.
2 WHITE HART STREET, PATERNOSTER SQUARE, LONDON, E.C.
AND 64-66 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK
As one branch, however, of
the cultivation of roses is a sealed book to me, for I
am only an amateur who does not exhibit, I felt that no
work on rose-growing would be complete without a chapter
which should help those who wish to do so. And here I
was indeed fortunate in obtaining the help of so
distinguished an authority as my friend and neighbour,
Rev. F. Page-Roberts, Vice-President of the National
Rose Society. My grateful thanks are due to him for the
delightful chapter, the last in the book, on "How to
grow Roses for Exhibition." And I feel that to have his[vii]
name on the title-page is an honour of which I cannot be