This handy little book will be welcomed by teachers of agriculture and by amateur gardeners. Why, when, where and how to prune is told in terse, non-technical language by an authority in the art. The cutting of flower plants, particularly roses shrubs, trees, hedges, vines, fruit trees, dwarf fruits, and small fruits is taken up in five brief but surprisingly comprehensive chapters. The amateur will appreciate an additional discussion on right and wrong methods. The book appeals to us as valuable for use as a supplementary text and reference book. It is fully illustrated.
- Industrial Education, Volume 6 
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