Title: The perfect garden, how to keep it beautiful and fruitful, with practical hints on eonomical management and the culture of all the principal flowers, fruits, and vegetables;
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Wright, Walter Page, 1864- [from old catalog]
Subjects: Gardening. [from old catalog]
Publisher: Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott company [etc., etc.]
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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of strong flowering shoots,trained in clear of each other, will give better resultsthan a crowded mass of weak ones. The comparative dryness and poverty of soil underwalls militate against the success of roses, and inplanting the first thing should be to thoroughly enrichthe ground with manure, digging deeply. If the soilis very poor, decayed turves as well as manure oughtto be provided. Soakings of water and liquid manurewill also help. Selections of Roses For bedding For walls, ♦Caroline Testout. Bennetts Seedling.] *Frau Karl Druschki. Gloire de Dijon. Vnorth. ♦Griiss an Teplitz. Fdlicite Perpetue. j *La France. Longworth Rambler, j , Laurette Messimy. Reine Marie Henriette. I , Liberty. Madame Alfred Car- j♦Madame Abel Chatenay. riere. J ^^^ ♦Mrs. John Laing. Wm. Allen Richardson. Madame Pernet Ducher. Madame Alfred Carriere./^^ ■Marquise de Salisbury. Madame Ravary. For arches, pillars^ and Madame Jules Grolez. pergolas. * Choose for six. Ards Rover. Bennetts Seedling.
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Rose Fei.icite Perpetue on a house wall. ROSE BEAUTY MI Blush Rambler.*Carmine Pillar.*Crimson Rambler.♦Dorothy Perkins.*Felicite Perpetue.* Hiawatha. Longworth Rambler. Paradise Rambler.*Pink Rambler (Euphrosyne). Reine Olga de VViirtemburg. Tea Rambler. The Garland. ^ Choose for six. For banks.Wichuraiana. Alberic Barbier.Jersey Beauty. Penzance Briers. Lucy Bertram.Lucy Ashton.Meg Merrilies.Rose Bradwardine. General Garden Roses for Beds Anna Olivier. Antoine Rivoire. Caroline Testout. Fellenberg. Frau Karl Druschki. General Jacqueminot. G. Nabonnand. Grace Darling. Griiss an Teplitz. Gustave Regis. Hon. Edith Gifford. Kaiserin Augusta Victoria. La France. Madame Abel Chatenay.Madame Jules Grolez.Madame Ravary.Marie Van Houtte.Mrs. John Laing.Mrs. R. G. Sharman Craw-ford.The Dawson.Ulrich Brunner.Viscountess Folkestone.White Maman Cochet. If it is desired to fill considerable areas of groundinexpensively, the Japanese rose, rosa rugosa, may beplanted. It forms immense bushes, and
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