Title: Seed annual
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Livingston Seed Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Catalogs Seed industry and trade Ohio Columbus Catalogs Vegetables Ohio Columbus Catalogs Fruit Ohio Columbus Catalogs Flowers Ohio Columbus Catalogs Gardening Ohio Columbus Equipment and supplies catalogs
Publisher: Columbus, Ohio : A. W. Livingston’s Sons
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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oist soil. To grow plants fromseed, sow in drills about one inch deep, in rows onefoot apart. Keep the soil mellow and free fromweeds, during the Summer, thin out, and the follow-ing Spring plants may be set in beds six feet widewith a two-foot path each side; set the plants onefoot apart each way, four inches below the surface.Annually, after cutting, the bed should be given aliberal top dressing of manure, ashes and salt,which should be thoroughly cultivated into the soil.As soon as the tops turn yellow in the Fall theyshould be cut and removed from the beds, and justbefore Winter cover the beds with four inches ofcoarse strawy manure or leaves, which should beremoved in the Spring. A bed 6 x 40 feet is amplefor an ordinary family, and wben well establishedis good for twenty years. One ounce of seed will sow 60 feet of drill.Ahout 400 plants to the ounce. EARLY ARGENTEUIL—Earlier, larger, andbetter than the good old Colossal. Flavor superb.Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c; Ji-lb., 30c; lb., 85c
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Asparagus Roots We have a splendid lot of Asparagus Roots,grown at our True Blue Nurseries, and are ableto fill orders promptly, with roots in fine shape.By purchasing good Strong Boots two years time is saved. By Mail.Postpaid. Doz,. . 30c } 35C 100$1 15 1 25 By Express,not prepaid.100 100065c $5 00 75c 75C75C 5 50 6 005 50 Conovers ColossalColumbian Mam-. moth White Early Argenteuil 35c 1 25 Palmetto 35c 1 25 50 at the 100 rate, 500 at the 1000 rate. Special Prices Quoted on Larger Quantities. New Carolina Queen Asparagus See page 4 ASPABAGTJS CTJLTUBE book giving all possible details as to Grow-ing. Soil. Marketing, Canning, etc., for home useor market. 150 pages, 5×7. Cloth, 50c, postpaid. Palmetto Asparagus. Packet, 5c. ASPABAGTJS BOOTS AND SEEDS ABE ASPECIALTY WITH US. CONOVEBS COLOSSAL— A large anil rapid grower of ex-cellent qualitv. Pkt., 5c; oz.,10c; M-lb., 20c; lb., 45c. COLUMBIAN MAMMOTHWHITE—A distinct variety pro-ducing shoots which are white,and remain so as long
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