The Living Garden. By F. J. Salisbury, D.Sc., F.R.S. (Bell and Sons. 10s. 6d.)
Reviewed by G. WYNNE RUSHTON
Since the publication of this book it has been announced that the Royal Horticultural Society has awarded Dr. Salisbury the Vcitch memorial medal for it. It remains, therefore, a little difficult to know what exactly the reviewer can say that will not be gilding the refined gold of the society's medal-except to assume that the Royal Society will probably follow suit
with equally valuable recognition. For whether Dr. Salisbury is discussing soils or the effects of frost and fog, or the germination of seeds, of fertilisation of flowers, we are gently made aware that here is one speaking with authority,
The beak„is beautifully illustraIed...