1. [Cover]
  2. [Title Page]
  3. Letter of transmittal
  4. Table of contents
  5. Officers and committees for 1921
  6. Fruits recommended for culture in Wisconsin
  7. Trees and shrubs recommended
  8. Constitution and by-laws of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society: as amended January 13, 1921. With brief historical outline
  9. An outline of the work of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society
  10. Wisconsin horticulture
  11. Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society: annual convention, January 11, 12, 13, 1921
  12. Address of welcome
  13. The back yard garden
  14. [Tomatoes for] Everybody's garden
  15. Flowers for everybody's garden
  16. Peas and beans for everybody's garden
  17. Fruit for everybody's garden
  18. A winter garden for everybody
  19. Insects in everybody's garden
  20. President's address
  21. Annual report of secretary
  22. Inspection of trial orchards, August, 1920
  23. The poplar trial orchard and my impressions of fruit growing in Douglas County
  24. The Manitowoc trial orchard
  25. Off-year apple bearing
  26. Buds
  27. Marketing of Wisconsin apples
  28. Spraying apples
  29. Dusting to control fruit insects
  30. Report on the effectiveness of dusting
  31. Baskets
  32. Some roses worth growing and how to grow them
  33. The modern peony
  34. The gladiolus
  35. Our Wisconsin native trees
  36. Evergreens for the home
  37. What shall the farmers do with their orchards?
  38. Young men in old orchards
  39. Summer meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Chamber of Commerce Rooms, Racine, Wisconsin, Wednesday, August 18, 1920, 10 o'clock a. m. Proceedings
  40. Outdoor rose growing
  41. The peony and the iris
  42. Who are the friends of our native landscape
  43. Is Sparta coming back?
  44. The control of onion and cabbage diseases
  45. Truck crop insects of 1920
  46. [Cover]