SOME OF OUR RECENT SUCCESSES.
The Gold Medal of the Royal Horticultural Society at Chelsea, 1912,
1913 and 1914
The King's Cup at Windsor for 48 distinct varieties. (See page 7.)
The Sutton Silver Challenge Cup for 48 distinct varieties. (See page 14.)
The Canterbury Silver Challenge Cup for 36 distinct varieties.
The Gunnersbury Park Silver Challenge Cup for 48 distinct
varieties, three blooms of each. The largest class in the United Kingdom.
The Baltic Silver Challenge Cup for 36 distinct varieties.
The Harrow Silver Challenge Cup for 36 distinct varieties.
The Walton-on-Thames Silver Challenge Cup for 48 distinct varieties.
The Purley Silver Challenge Cup for 36 distinct varieties.
The Reigate Silver Challenge Cup for 48 distinct varieties.
The Reigate Silver Challenge Cup for Group of Garden Roses.
The Shepperton Silver Challenge Cup for 24 distinct varieties.
The Royal Horticultural Society's Silver Cup at Holland Park.
The Woolpit Silver Challenge Cup for 24 distinct varieties.
The Colchester Silver Challenge Cup for Group of Garden Roses,
1913 and 1914.
The National Rose Society's Silver Championship Challenge Cup
for Garden Roses, 1912 and 11)14.
The Elstree Silver Challenge Cup for Group of Garden Roses, 1912,
1913 and 1914.
and at
The Great International Horticultural Exhibition, Chelsea.
The Society's Gold Medal. Two Silver Cups.
'Two Large Silver Gilt Medals. Three Silver Medals.
Nineteen Silver Medals of the Royal Horticultural Society.
Eleven Silver Medals of the National Rose Society.
Four Hundred and Ninety-six First and Second Prizes at the
leading Shows.
Such a splendid record as the above should be a sufficient guarantee of
the care and vigilance exercised in the production of our plants, which have
been grown without the aid of any artificial or chemical manures of any kind.
SOME OF OUR RECENT SUCCESSES.
The Gold Medal of the Royal Horticultural Society at Chelsea, 1912,
1913 and 1914
The King's Cup at Windsor for 48 distinct varieties. (See page 7.)
The Sutton Silver Challenge Cup for 48 distinct varieties. (See page 14.)
The Canterbury Silver Challenge Cup for 36 distinct varieties.
The Gunnersbury Park Silver Challenge Cup for 48 distinct
varieties, three blooms of each. The largest class in the United Kingdom.
The Baltic Silver Challenge Cup for 36 distinct varieties.
The Harrow Silver Challenge Cup for 36 distinct varieties.
The Walton-on-Thames Silver Challenge Cup for 48 distinct varieties.
The Purley Silver Challenge Cup for 36 distinct varieties.
The Reigate Silver Challenge Cup for 48 distinct varieties.
The Reigate Silver Challenge Cup for Group of Garden Roses.
The Shepperton Silver Challenge Cup for 24 distinct varieties.
The Royal Horticultural Society's Silver Cup at Holland Park.
The Woolpit Silver Challenge Cup for 24 distinct varieties.
The Colchester Silver Challenge Cup for Group of Garden Roses,
1913 and 1914.
The National Rose Society's Silver Championship Challenge Cup
for Garden Roses, 1912 and 11)14.
The Elstree Silver Challenge Cup for Group of Garden Roses, 1912,
1913 and 1914.
and at
The Great International Horticultural Exhibition, Chelsea.
The Society's Gold Medal. Two Silver Cups.
'Two Large Silver Gilt Medals. Three Silver Medals.
Nineteen Silver Medals of the Royal Horticultural Society.
Eleven Silver Medals of the National Rose Society.
Four Hundred and Ninety-six First and Second Prizes at the
leading Shows.
Such a splendid record as the above should be a sufficient guarantee of
the care and vigilance exercised in the production of our plants, which have
been grown without the aid of any artificial or chemical manures of any kind.