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1 FILLMORE, Roscoe A. Growing Question : Answers to Your Gardening Problems. First Edition in dustjacket
1957, 
FILLMORE, Roscoe A. The Growing Question : Answers to Your Gardening Problems. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (February 1957). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xix,(1),1-357,(7), + 4 leaves plates. Illustrated. 8vo, pale green cloth boards. Laugher p.173. Roscoe Alfred Fillmore (b. July 10, 1887, Lumsden, New Brunswick - d. November 20, 1968 in Centreville, Kings County, Nova Scotia,) was an horticulturalist, author, and political activist. Vg in dj. 35.00

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2 FILLMORE, Roscoe A. EDDIE, J. H. SKINNER, F.L. OLIVER, R.W. Perennial Border and Rock Garden for Gardening Success in Canada. First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1961, 1961 
FILLMORE, Roscoe A. The Perennial Border and Rock Garden for Gardening Success in Canada. Drawings by Winifred Fox. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1961). First Edition. Pp (4),v-xi,(1),1-291,(1). Many illustrations in the text. 8vo, pale wheat cloth, green letering to spine.

Laugher p.173.

Roscoe Alfred Fillmore (b. July 10, 1887, Lumsden, New Brunswick - d. November 20, 1968 in Centreville, Kings County, Nova Scotia,) was an horticulturalist, author, and political activist.

Introduction:
1. The Perennial Border;
2. Care of the Perennial Border;
3. The Rock Garden;
4. Care of the Rock Garden;
5. The pH test for Soils;
6. Peatmoss in the Garden;
7. The Compost Piles;
8. The Plant Hunters and Breeders;
9. Plant Propagation;
10. Cut Flowers and Their Care;
11. Meet the Plant Louse and Other Pests;
12. A Glossary of Perennial Plants;.
13. Native North American Alpine Plantes;
14. The Hardy Asters — Michaelmas Daisies;
15. Hardy Chrysanthemums;
16. The Delphinium;
17. Hemerocallis — The Daylilies;
18. The Hardy Iris — The Poor Man's Orchid;
19. The Lilies;
20. Pansies, Violas, Violets ;
21. Peonies;
22.Phlox — Dwarf and Tall;
23. The Sedums — Stonecrops ;
24. The Spring Bulbs ;
25. The Bellflowers;
26. Dianthus — The Pinks.
With index.

Very good in rubbed, torn dustjacket. 20.00


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3 FILLMORE, Roscoe A. EDDIE, J. H. SKINNER, F.L. OLIVER, R.W. Roses for Canadian Gardens. First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1959, 
FILLMORE, Roscoe A. Roses for Canadian Gardens. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1959). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xv,(3),1-326, frontispiece+ 9 leaves plates. 8vo, rose cloth spine, lighter rose cloth boards. Laugher p.173. Roscoe Alfred Fillmore (b. July 10, 1887, Lumsden, New Brunswick - d. November 20, 1968 in Centreville, Kings County, Nova Scotia,) was an horticulturalist, author, and political activist. Contents : Introduction: The Rose in Canada. 1. The History of the Rose. 2. How Did the Rose Come to Canada? 3. Soil for Roses. 4. Where Are the Best Roses Obtained? 5. What Type of Roses Should We Plant? 6. Roses in British Columbia (by J. H. Eddie). 7. New Roses for the Prairies (by Dr. F. L. Skinner). 8. Rose Growing on Canadian Prairies (by Dr. W. R. Leslie). 9. Roses for Prairie Gardens (by Percy H. Wright). 10. Growing Roses in Ontario (by Earl Cox). 11. Garden Roses (by R. W. Oliver). 12. Propagation of Roses (by Richard H. Fillmore). 13. How Should Roses Be Planted? 14. Protect Your Investment in Roses. 15. Can Roses Be Grown from Cuttings? 16. Can Roses Be Grown from Seeds? 17. Rose Diseases and Insects. 18. Root Stocks for Roses - Grafting Roses. 19. Why Prune Roses? 20. The Economic Value of the Rose. 21. Why do Roses Sucker and What Can We Do About It? 22. Fertilization - Foliar Feeding. 23. Soil Conditioning. 24. Are There Any Thornless Roses? 25. Roses for Ground Cover and for Foundation Planting. 26. An Experiment in Breeding Hardy Climbers. 27. An Experimentat the University of Nebraska. 28. How to Cut Roses. 29. Fragrant Roses. 3 0. An Old Rose Garden Can Be Renovated. 31. Growing Roses for Show. 32. TheRugosa Roses. 33. Hardy Shrub Roses (by Dr. F. L. Skinner). 34. The Moss R oses. 35. The Hybrid Perpetual Roses. 36. The Dwarf Polyanthas (Baby Ramblers). 37. The Hybrid Tea Roses. 38. The Sub-Zero Roses. 39. The Climbing Roses. 40. The Miniature Roses. 41. The Standard or Tree Roses. 42. Roses Originated by Mr. Georges Bugnet. 43. Roses Originated by Dr. Frank L. Skinner.44. Roses Originated by John H. Dunlop & Son. 45. Roses Originated by the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. 46. Roses Originated by Percy H. Wright.47. Roses Originated by Dr. Niels E. Hansen. 48. Do not Become a Garden Dr udge. 49. “Bargains." 50. Rose Calendar. Very good in rubbed and lightly edgeworn dustjacket. 30.00

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4 FILLMORE, Roscoe A. EDDIE, J. H. SKINNER, F.L. OLIVER, R.W. Roses for Canadian Gardens. First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1959, 
FILLMORE, Roscoe A. Roses for Canadian Gardens. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1959). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xv,(3),1-326, frontispiece+ 9 leaves plates. 8vo, rose cloth spine, lighter rose cloth boards. Laugher p.173. Roscoe Alfred Fillmore (b. July 10, 1887, Lumsden, New Brunswick - d. November 20, 1968 in Centreville, Kings County, Nova Scotia,) was an horticulturalist, author, and political activist. Contents : Introduction: The Rose in Canada. 1. The History of the Rose. 2. How Did the Rose Come to Canada? 3. Soil for Roses. 4. Where Are the Best Roses Obtained? 5. What Type of Roses Should We Plant? 6. Roses in British Columbia (by J. H. Eddie). 7. New Roses for the Prairies (by Dr. F. L. Skinner). 8. Rose Growing on Canadian Prairies (by Dr. W. R. Leslie). 9. Roses for Prairie Gardens (by Percy H. Wright). 10. Growing Roses in Ontario (by Earl Cox). 11. Garden Roses (by R. W. Oliver). 12. Propagation of Roses (by Richard H. Fillmore). 13. How Should Roses Be Planted? 14. Protect Your Investment in Roses. 15. Can Roses Be Grown from Cuttings? 16. Can Roses Be Grown from Seeds? 17. Rose Diseases and Insects. 18. Root Stocks for Roses - Grafting Roses. 19. Why Prune Roses? 20. The Economic Value of the Rose. 21. Why do Roses Sucker and What Can We Do About It? 22. Fertilization - Foliar Feeding. 23. Soil Conditioning. 24. Are There Any Thornless Roses? 25. Roses for Ground Cover and for Foundation Planting. 26. An Experiment in Breeding Hardy Climbers. 27. An Experimentat the University of Nebraska. 28. How to Cut Roses. 29. Fragrant Roses. 3 0. An Old Rose Garden Can Be Renovated. 31. Growing Roses for Show. 32. TheRugosa Roses. 33. Hardy Shrub Roses (by Dr. F. L. Skinner). 34. The Moss R oses. 35. The Hybrid Perpetual Roses. 36. The Dwarf Polyanthas (Baby Ramblers). 37. The Hybrid Tea Roses. 38. The Sub-Zero Roses. 39. The Climbing Roses. 40. The Miniature Roses. 41. The Standard or Tree Roses. 42. Roses Originated by Mr. Georges Bugnet. 43. Roses Originated by Dr. Frank L. Skinner.44. Roses Originated by John H. Dunlop & Son. 45. Roses Originated by the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. 46. Roses Originated by Percy H. Wright.47. Roses Originated by Dr. Niels E. Hansen. 48. Do not Become a Garden Dr udge. 49. “Bargains." 50. Rose Calendar. Very good in poor, torn dustjacket. 20.00

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