Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York, Munn and Co
Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical garden
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MANTELSof GOODTASTE A mantel may be made themost attractive feature of theroom and should be made so.How pleasing this mantelwould be with a room finishedin dark wood. Either the dullfinish greens or browns wouldbe most appropriate. Let us semi you our catalog showing variousstyles. Kindly ask for catalog M. Architectural Faience,Faience Tile and Mantels. TiTe HARTFORDFAIENCE CO. Hartford, Conn. NOVEMBER WORK INTHE garden By Eben E. Rexfotd THERE should be a general cleaning-up in the garden before cold weathersets in. Gather up all rubbish and burnit. Pull up dead plants from the beds whereannuals have grown and add them to the gen-eral bonfire. Collect racks, trellises and stakes,and store them away under cover. If this isdone each season, they will last for severalyears, but, if left exposed to weather, they areseldom worth much after the first year. Put rakes, hoes, lawn-mower, and all othergarden implements in a place where they willbe kept dry. But before storing them away,go ov
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