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Title: P. Mann & Co. farm, garden and lawn : annual for 1907
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: P. Mann & Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Nursery stock Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Garden tools Catalogs
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : P. Mann
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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hesurface, in shallow twelve-inch drills, about four inchesapart, and lightly covered. Potato onions are planted inspring or fall, as they will survive the winter. By thisprocess early ouions may be obtained several weeks earlierthan from seed. WHITE OMON SETS, Per qt. 15c.YELLOW ONION SETS, Per qt. 15c. For sets in quantity, get special quotations, as pricesvary during the season of planting. OKRA, OK COMBO. Safram—Quimbombo—Othro. Select warm, rich soil and plant in rows two feet apart,thinning plants a foot apart in rows. The pods are usedto thicken soups, being gathered young. Okra is pre-served for winter use by slicing the pods into rings anddrying them upon strings hung up and exposed to the air. Wbite Velvet.—Pods round, smooth, free from seams, very prolific. Price per packet, 5c. Perounce, loc. Per pound, see. . Dwarf Green Prolific, or Density.—A very dwarf and prolific variety. Pods green, smoothand thickly set. Price per packet, 5c. Per ounce, loc. Per pound, 50c.
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PARSLEY. (Petersilie.) I oz. to 150 feet of drill. Sow in rows i foot apart and i inch apart.The seed is slow to germinate and should begiven the most favorable conditions. A deep,rich loamy soil is required. For winter use afew plants placed in a box inthe cellar willgive a supply. PARSNIPS. (Pastinake.)I oz. to 150 feet of drill.Sow as early in the spring asthe weather will permit in drillsfifteen inches apart and half aninch deep, in rich, well-manuredground, well dug. Cultivatesimilar to carrots, and thin outto six inches apart in the rowsto creep. To keep well in theground over winter, draw a littleearth over the tops. Hollow Crown, orLiarge Sugar.—The bestvariety in cultivation forgeneral use; roots white,1 smooth, of intermediatelength, sugary, of excellentflavor. Packet, 5c. ^pound, 15c. Pound, 40c. Extra Dark Moss Curled.—The large leaves are veryhieavily crimped and curled, being quite moss-like in appearance andof peculiarly rich extra dark green coloring. Very producti
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