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Identifier: seedannual19131913dmfe
Title: Seed annual 1913
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: D.M. Ferry & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seed industry and trade Michigan Detroit Flowers Seeds Vegetables Seeds Nursery stock Gardening Equipment and supplies
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : D.M. Ferry & 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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quality, are very nearl) as large in size andmature a little earlier. The vines are vigorous and productive, averaging fifteen to eighteen inches high;foliage dark green. The very long size and dark green color of the pods commend the variety particularlyfor market gardeners use and the size, color and unsurpassed quality of green peas make them especially de-sirable for the table. We believe Laxtonian is one of the most valuable peas of recent introduction. {Seecolored plate opposite and fmiher description, page 46) Pkt. 10c; Ft. 60c; Qt. $1.00 Early Scarlet Turnip White Tipped Radish The stock we offer is exceptionally attractive in its splendid coloring. The scarlet is unusually deep andaffords a very distinct and pleasing contrast with the large clear white tip. (See colored plate opposite andfurther description, page 50) Pkt- 5c; Oz. 10c; 2 Oz. 15c; A Lb. 25c; Lb. 80c. If beans or peas are ordered by mail or express prepaid add 10 cents per pint, 15 cents per qiiart for charges.

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Early ScarleF^T^nip, White Jipped Radish NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES, D. M. FERRY & CO., DETROIT, MICH. TWO SELECTED CELERY SPECIALTIES Columbia No better Celery has ever beenproduced than our strain of thissterling variety which was intro-duced by us in 1906. Those whoknow Celery at its best, gardenerswho get the highest price for theirproduct and connoisseurs who pre-fer to go without rather than eatCelery of inferior quality, have longrecognized our strain of GoldenSelf Blanching as without a superior.To this discriminating clientage wecommend our strain of Columbia asbeing the peer of Golden SelfBlanching. It comes into use only atrifle later and is very vigorous andhardy. In beauty of golden colorand soliditj and size of stalk it is un-surpassed. In delicacy of flavorColumbia is considered by many tosurpass Golden Self Blanching. Tryour strain of Columbia. We considerit the very best variety for the homegarden. (See cut on this page andfuHher description, page 28) Pkt. 5c; Oz.

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