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Title: Manual of everything for the garden : 1894
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: Peter Henderson & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seed industry and trade Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Plants, Ornamental Catalogs Vegetables Seeds 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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diness and splendid crimson-colored flowers of the Gen.Jacqueminot—which are but little reduced in size—with the profuse bloom-ing qualities of the Polyantha class, thus combining the two qualities mostdesired in a garden Eose. 1st size, 50c. each, $4.50 per doz.; 2d size, 40c.each, $3.50 per doz.; 3d size, 20c. each, $2.00 per doz. ROSA RHG0SA (Japan ResE). It forms a sturdy bush 4 to 5 feet high, covered with large, dark green, glossyfoliage, crowned with terminal clusters of ten to twenty flowers, three inches in.diameter. Its large handsome scarlet fruit is most showy during the autumn months.Excellent for cemeteries.Rosa Rugosa Alba. The white flowered variety. 60c. each, $6.00 per doz., fine plants.Rosa Rugosa Rubra. The red variety. Price, 60c. each, $6.00 per doz., fine plants.Rosa Rugosa, Souvenir de Yeddo, foliage equal to the above, flowers semi-double, larger andfiner. 60c. each. Young plants, 20c. each, $2.00 per doz.Set of three Rugosa Roses, large plants, for $1.00.
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DtiOHESS ©F A12BANY. This grand variety is a sport from La France, and inherits allthe grand qualities which have made its parent the favorite it is. Thecolor is a deep, rich rose. It may be kept in the open ground all winterif covered with straw or leaves, or it may be potted, and will bloom allwinter in a sunny window or greenhouse. (See cut.) Price, 1st size,50c. each, $4.50 per doz.; 2d size, 30e. each,S3.00 per doz.; 3d size,15c. each, $1.50 per doz. Mrs. JOHN LAING. This is, we believe, the finest hardy Eose of its color ever offered.It is an exquisite shade of shell-like pink, deliciously fragrant, of thelargest size, and, like the Dinsmore, is entirely hardy and ever-blooming. No collection of Eoses is complete if it does not containMrs. John Laing. Price, 1st size, 75c. each, S7.50 per doz.; 2d size,50e. each, $5.00 per doz.; 3d size, 30c. each, $3.00 per doz. Mme. GEORGES BRHANT. This new ever-blooming Eose inherits the beautiful foliage andhardiness of the Rugosa, with the
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