_Annuals that continue to bloom after frost._

This list is compiled from Bulletin 161, Cornell Experiment Station. Several hundred kinds of annuals were grown at this station (Ithaca, N.Y.) in 1897 and 1898. The notes are given in the original trade names under which the seedsmen supplied the stock.

Abronia umbellata. Adonis aestivalis; autumnale. Argemone grandiflora. Calendulas. Callirrho. Carduus benedictus. Centaurea Cyanus. Centauridium. Centranthus macro- Cerinthe retorta. {siphon. Cheiranthus Cheiri. Chrysanthemums. Convolvulus minor; tricolor. Dianthus of various kinds. Elsholtzia cristata. Erysimum Perofskianum; Arkansanum. Eschscholtzias, in several varieties (Fig. 249). Gaillardia picta. Gilia achilleaefolia; capitata; laciniata; tricolor. Iberis affinis. Lavatera alba. Matthiolas or stocks. oenothera rosea; Lamarckiana; Phlox Drummondii. {Drummondii. Podolepis affinis; chrysantha. Salvia coccinea; farinacea; Horminum. Verbenas. Vicia Gerardi. Virginian stocks. Viscaria elegans; oculata; Coeli-rosa.