Its Attainable Growth under Culture.—The Common Berberry.—Its Ornamental Value and Manner of Training.—Its Thrift and General Appearance.—Where Indigenous.—Soil Suitable to its Thrift.—Its Floral and Fruit Productiveness.—Uses of its Fruit and Leaves.— Medicinal and other Properties of its Bark.—A Prejudice against it. —Varieties and Original Species, How Raised.—Berberis aquifoUum. —Its Beauty.—Its Range of Growth and High Altitude of Thrift.— Quality and Color of its Fruit.—Its Botanical Description.—Medicinal Properties of its Root.—Its Medicinal Extracts, and Complaints for which Prescribed.—Medicinal Properties of its Berries.