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q. Purple edged white.

For Pots: Mrs. Elwes.

For Bedding: Lac Premier, Eleonora, Lac van
Rhijn.

r. Striped, white ground.

For Pots: Fabiola, Spaendonck, Admiral Reyniers.

s. Striped, yellow ground.

For Bedding: Golden Bride of Haarlem, Duc d'Autriche. t. Of other colours.

For Bedding: Enchantress, La Remarquable, Potter. u. Foliage striped.

For Pots: Rose Luisante, Joost Van der Vondel,

Silver Standard.
For Bedding: Yellow Prince, Rose Aplatie.

Subsection C.—Doubles.

a. White.

For Pots: Schoonoord, White Salvator Rosa.
For Bedding: Schoonoord, Boule de Neige, Alba
Maxima, La Candeur.

b. White, flushed pink.

For Pots: Murillo, Raphael.

For Bedding: Raphael, Parmesiano.

c. Rose.

For Pots: Lady Palmerston, Couronne des Roses,
Salvator Rosa.

For Bedding: Virginia, Lady Palmerston, Cou-
ronne des Roses.

d. Deep Rose.

For Bedding: Lord Beaconsfield, La Victoire.

e. Cerise.

For Bedding: Queen Emma, Arabella, Rozenkroon.

f. Scarlet.

For Pots: Vuurbaak, Imperator Rubrorum.
For Bedding: Vuurbaak, Imperator Rubrorum,
Rubra Maxima, Willem III.

g. Orange and red.

For Pots: El Toreador, Prince of Otange.
For Bedding: El Toreador.

h. Red, edged yellow.

For Pots: Tournesol.

For Bedding: Pieneman, Titian, Gloria Solis.

i. Yellow and orange.

For Pots and Bedding: Couronne d'Or, Yellow Tournesol. j. Yellow.

For Pots: Mr. van Tubergen.

For Bedding: Mr. van Tubergen, Velasquez. k. Primrose.

For Pots and Bedding: Safrano. /. Puce.

For Pots and Bedding: Lac van Haarlem, Turban Violet. m. Of other colours.

For Pots: Harlequin. n. Foliage striped.

For Pots: Tournesol.

Section II.—May-flowering.

Definition: Of garden origin, mostly of tall and robust habit, and usually flowering after May 1.

Subsection A.—Cottage Varieties.

Definition: All Tulips which do not fall within the other classes. The colours may be pure white or yellow, all shades of pink, crimson to purple, orange, and brown, and various "shot" shades, produced by the combination of pink or purple colours on a yellow ground. The shape may be (a) a true cup with rounded segments, (b) a long flower with pointed segments, (c) a long flower with reflexed segments, (d) long egg-shaped.

a. White.

Parisian White, Dora.

b. White, edged pink.

Elegans alba, Picotee, Carnation.

c. Cream, flushed pink.

Isabella, Innovation, Pride of Inglescombe.

d. Pink.

Inglescombe Pink, Mrs. Kerrell, Sir Harry.

e. Cerise.

Cassandra, Rosalind, Rose Beauty. /. Cochineal red.

Gesneriana spathulata, Fulgens, Glare of the
Garden.

g. Scarlet

Scarlet Emperor, Inglescombe Scarlet, Beau
Brummell.

h. Orange-scarlet.

Orange King, Grenadier, Boadicea, La Merveille.

i. Yellow.

Inglescombe, Yellow, Mrs. Moon, Bouton d'Or, Avis Kennicott. j. Primrose.

Ellen Willmott, Moonlight. k. Yellow, edged red.

Cardinal Billiet, Illuminator, Golden Crown. Light bronze.

Jaune d'Oeuf, Garibaldi, Yellow Perfection. m. Dark bronze.

Golden Bronze, Goudvink, Quaintness. n. Shot.

John Ruskin, Beauty of Bath, The Fawn, Fairy
Queen.

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