"The Three Impostors" or, The Transmutations" is a novel which went on to influence the works of H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard.
Alfred I. Tooke's "quaint little story" about a gardener who dedicates his entire life to pruning a hedge.
J. Joseph-Renaud's weird tale about a "giant, man-eating Nepenthes" spawned in the nursery of one Dr. Salzmann.
Hamilton Craigie's eerie tale about a monstrous plant that "makes its kill."
A bizarre fantasy about strange life found on Venus in "When the Flame-Flowers Blossomed" by Leslie F. Stone