From Reginald Cory, 'The horticultural record; consisting of coloured and half-tone reproductions of the most interesting and valuable flowers, plants, shrubs, groups & rock gardens exhibited at the Royal international horticultural exhibition 1912, accompanied by contributions on the progress of horticulture since the first great international horticultural exhibition of 1886.' (London: J. & A. Churchill, 1914).
Reginald Cory (1871-1934) was a British horticulturalist. The third son of Sir John Cory, a shipping and coal magnate, and philanthropist, he inherited and developed his father's estate at Dyffryn in South Wales after his death in 1910. Today it is a National Trust property. When he died in 1934 he bequeathed his papers and manuscripts to the RHS Lindley Library.