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"FLOWER SHOWS AND HOW TO STAGE THEM," by Adele S. Fisher; New York: Richard R. Smith. $5.00. 342 pages, cloth-bound.

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Delving into one of the most significant phenomena of the present era, Miss Fisher has made an important contribution to the lore of horticulture. It is no easy thing to stage a flower show; you have to have flowers. This fact has been ably set forth in a manual indispensable to the amateur gardener. Displaying a rare gifts for clear exposition, and never afraid to call a spade a spade. Miss Fisher has given us of her best.

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