A Treasury of American Gardening Author:Whiting, Everett, Free, Furber, Carleton, Gottscho, Hohnson, Pirone, Rockwell, Rosse, Hull There are 10 fascinating sections, each devoted to some interesting and informative aspect of gardening. There is a review of the work of early American garden writers, charmingly illustrated with covers of early seed catalogues and magazines. There's a gorgeous Pictorial Garden Calendar vrom Colonial williamsubrg reproduced in full color from... more » the twelve original plates by the eighteenth century floral painter, Furber. Progress in Plant Science is a comprehensive study of the latest developments in insecticides, growth control chemicals and the battle of science against plant disease. A Gardener's Story of the Soil is the dramatic picture of the good earth itself. In Gardens of America, illustrated with forty two vivid and beautiful pictures are representative gardens from all parts of the country. The Kitchen Garden Month by Month is an almanac of good eating from one's own vegtable garden. There is a stiking section on Trees illustrated in four colors, dealing with the most popular shade and ornamental trees for home grounds. a chapter on plant hybridization, a delightful article on personal tastes in flowers with thirty two photographs and The Garden Club Story. including photograpsh of prize winning arrangements from the 1954 New York Flower show as well as the story of what American garden clubs have done and are doing.