The cover of the July Bulletin illustrates a delightful corner of the rockery in Mr. Bovee's garden. Most of the plants shown in the rockery are dwarf species, while the background is composed of larger plants in the triflorum group, along with some hybrids. This rock garden though situated on a gentle slope, by a minimum of filling, and careful placing of rock gives the feeling of a sharp hillside. Many fastidious species if grown in raised beds amongst rock will thrive in a most remarkable manner. The color transparency was loaned to the Society by Mr. Bovee.