884. At and near Philadelphia are Bartram's botanic garden, now the nursery of Colonel Carr, and accurately described by his foreman, Mr. Wynne (Gard. Mag., vol. viii. p. 272.); Messrs. Landreth and Co.'s nursery; and that of Messrs. Hibbert and Buist ; besides some commercial gardens in which, to a small nursery with green and hot-houses, are added the appendages of a tavern. These tavern gardens, Mr. Wynne informs us, are the resort of many of the citizens of Philadelphia, more especially the gardens of M. Arran, and M. d'Arras ; the first having a very good museum, and the latter a beautiful collection of large orange and lemon trees.