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Image from page 93 of “Catalogue of seeds, agricultural & horticultural supplies and guide for the garden, field & farm” (1895)

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Identifier: catalogueofseeds1895germ
Title: Catalogue of seeds, agricultural & horticultural supplies and guide for the garden, field & farm
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: Germain Seed and Plant Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Plants, Ornamental Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Fruit trees Catalogs Greenhouse plants Catalogs Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs
Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Germain
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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ped and mottled, (see cut) Large white Scarlet Mammoth, mixed; very large Fine mixed Lemon-scented [Aloysia Citriodora]. Lavender A well-known favorite bedding plant, easily grown, and cared for. The above are splendidstrains. The Lemon Verbena is a shrubby perennial in our mild climate, the seed ofwhich is very scarce, b. Yeronica. Fine mixed Speedwell. Very pretty for borders; fine colors. Yinca Rosea. Red Alba. White, with red eye Alba Pura. Pure white Mixed… Madagascar Periwinkle. Very neat evergreen perennial plants, fine for beds, or pot culture. Viola Cornuta. Mixed Odorata [Sweet Violet]. Blue White The Czar. Light blue, very large Mixed With the exception of Viola Cornuta, these favorites are too well-known to need comment.Viola Cornuta resembles the Pansies, and is admirably adapted for bedding purposes, b. Wall Flower. Single mixed Double German Well-known fragrant plants, flowering in winter and early spring, b. Never let weeds run to seed. Tr.Tr.Tr.Tr.Tr.Tr.Tr. 10c5c10c

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15c15c15c15c15c25c10c25c 1 lGc 2 10c 2 10c 2 10c 2 10c 1 10c 10c 4 10c I 10c I 10c 2 5c 2 15c Descriptive Catalogue of Seeds. 87 Height Pricein feet, per pkt. Wigaiidia Caracasana. Violet 6 25c Plants remarkable for the large size of their leaves; much prized as single specimens for lawnsand sub-tropical gardening. Mixed Flower Seeds, for woodlands, shrubbery, etc. This is a mixture of Hardy Flowers, and will make adazzling display at little cost. Sow 1 lb. to the acre. Per oz., 25c; per lb., $3.00. ORNAMENTAL GRASSES. Most of these, if cut before they are quite ripe, will be found very useful in the formation of winter bouquetsalone, or combined with Everlasting Flowers. Culture.—Sow in boxes in February or March, and when large enough, transplant to where they are to remain. Do not mistake the young plants j Or weeds. Height Price in feet, per pkt. Agrostis Nebulosa, ha 1 10c Pulchella, ha 1 10c Very graceful and fine for vases and bouquets. Agrostis ^Nebulosa especially is very

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