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The Oldest Horticultural Newspaper.
Gardeners 9 Chronicle
(The 'Times' of Horticulture.)
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FOR SIXTY YEARS THE LEADING JOURNAL
ITS CONTRIBUTORS COMPRISE THE MOST
Experienced British Gardeners,
AND MANY OF THE MOST
Eminent Men of Science
AT HOME AND ABROAD.
IT HAS AN INTERNATIONAL REPUTATION FOR ITS ILLUSTRATIONS
14 The Gardener*' Chronicle has faithfully held to its promises. It is still, to-day, the best gardening journal, being indispensable equally to the practical gardener and the man of science, because each finds in it something useful. We wish the journal still further success." Garten Flora, Berlin, Jan. 15.
"The Gardeners? Chronicle is the leading horticultural journal of the world, and an historical publication. It has always excited our respectful admiration. A country is honoured by the possession of such a publication, and the greatest honour we can aspire to is to furnish our own country with a journal as admirably conducted." La Semaine Horticole, Feb. 13, 1897.
"The Gardeners' Clironicle is the most important horticultural journal in the world, and the most generally acknowledged authority." Le Moniteur & Horticulture, Sept., 1898.
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