Title: Everything for the garden : 1920
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Peter Henderson & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Catalogs Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Books Catalogs Lawn mowers Catalogs Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs Flowers Catalogs
Publisher: New York : Peter Henderson & Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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on of flower garden and vegetablegarden, also emphasizes the idea that things of beauty are a joy foreverand now that peace has once more come to our land we shall again craveand turn to beautiful and humanizing things. These were of necessityneglected during the stern and strenuous period of the war, and although thenecessity for more and still more food production still exists, yet we thinkeverybody will brighten a corner of their gardens with spring and summerflowers this year. On pages 81 to 149 we offer a complete assortment of Flower Seeds, Flower Bulbs and Flower Roots, embracing all the latest pro-ductions of the growers and hybridizers of America. Our slogan for this year is HENDERSONS FLOWERS FOR AMERICAN GARDENSand we look for a wider distribution than ever before. PETER HENDERSON & CO., 35 and 37 Cortlandt Street, NEW YORK, N. Y. ■ Fs>©tnm PETEJR HEHBEIRSOH <B, CO.r HE,W YOR1& :.:: …;i:.:…::…:…:.: I…:::::::.::.:…;:;..;;. ■■■■■■n ■
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»J HENDERSON S GOLF COURSE GRASS SEED Hendersons Athletic Field Grass Seed Mixture For Baseball, Polo. Football, Cricket Grounds, etc.. etc. This is a special blend of deep-rooting, fine-leaved, turf-forming Grassesespecially suited for Baseball Grounds, Polo Grounds, Cricket Grounds,etc. This mixture forms a thick, strong, enduring turf that will stand anyamount of hard usage without showing wear and tear. It grows quickly,and if soil and conditions are at all favorable with attention to rollingand mowing, should be ready for hard use in eight weeks from sowing. The refreshing green and the close turf—which have attracted theattention of hundreds of thousands of patrons of the principal BaseballParks and Polo Grounds of the country—were produced by this specialmixture of The Henderson Grass Seed. Among others we may mentionthe Polo Grounds at Meadowbrook, where the famous internationalmatch was played in June, 1914; Newport, Lakewood, Rockaway Hunt,Saratoga, also some of the lea
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