20 APRIL 1933, page 13

The Fragrant Garden.

The honeysuckle, most English of shrubs, is reaching a new popularity, partly because it has more or less recently been reinforced from China ; and, most strangely, a very large......

Hikers And Their Books.

The literature of " hiking " grows with the habit ; and the very latest, Walking in the Lake District (Maclehose, 7 s. 6d.), contains in its preface a well-deserved greeting to......

The Excellent Board Of Greenkeeping Research, Which...

in Yorkshire, all the problems that concern our lawns and greens, and, what is more, tells us the solutions. has conic across the same difficulty as Rothumsted, which studies......

Country Life

lj i -v VILLAGES. 1 . ,%(• villages in England, Chievely in Berks and Bibury- the famous Bibury—in Gloucestershire, have for the moment so h- e d their unemployment problem. The......

A Personal Experience May Indicate The Difference Between

town and country mentality. I was in a northern town recently making some enquiries into unemployment, and talked with some of the unemployed men about the ideals of the Prince......

* * * * Poets And Birds.

We never enjoy our birds so much as now, when they are visible, when they are in full song, when they are arriving from overseas, when they are happiest. Mr. W. H. Davies says......

The Worst Enemies Of All Our Lawns Anti Greens And

pitches are, I suppose, clover, plantains and daisies, all of which can be made to perish by the sprinkling of the dust of sulphate of ammonia, which is at the same time the......