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Excerpt from Pages From a Garden Note-Book
To Professor Sargent for permission to repub lish the article on the Arnold Arboretum; to the editors of House and Garden, The House Beautiful, and The Spur for their willingness to let me use again various articles written for them; to the kind owner of the Hidden Garden and to Messrs. Hicks, of Westbury, Long Island, for the including of that garden's plan, I offer very sincere thanks. To the Garden Club, of New Canaan, and to Mrs. William H. Cary, whose lively warnings follow the chapter How to Form a Garden Club, I am indebted for leave to print the latter's Miss Mildred Howells has been so good as to allow the reappearance of her gay and charming stanzas on the seed cata logue, and Miss Isabella Pendleton has kindly permitted the printing here of her interesting color-chart for ﬂowers on page 103. Without the help of Miss Kate 0. Sessions of San Diego, the description of the California planting would have lost much value, and to the many friends 7 especially to the Misses Smith of Four Pines.
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