Title: 1915 Griffith and Turner Co. : farm and garden supplies
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Griffith and Turner Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Agricultural implements Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs Vegetables Catalogs
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Griffith and Turner Co., 1915
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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n, chocolate andgreen. PROSPECT PARK BEDDER.—Dark choc-olate red. CARROLL FARX BEDDER.—Dwarf red. ASPARAGUS SPRENGERII. — Pottedplants, at 10c. each; $1.00 per doz. Parcelpost charge, 5c. each. ACALYPHA MACAFEAITA.—A handsome variegatedfoliage bedding plant, which may be usedin connection with Coleus, Crotons or otherfoliage plants for sub-tropical bedding. SWEET ALYSSUM Dwarf Double—for pot plants. GiantDouble—for cutting. BEGON8AS These are now among the most popularplants for beds of summer flowers. Nothingcan exceed the brilliancy and richness oftheir flowers. From the time the first blos-som appears until all growth is stopped byfrost they are never out of bloom. GRACILIS, PFITZERS TRIUMPH.—White. GRACILIS LUMINOSA.—Red flower andfoliage. VERNOW, ALBA.—White. VERNON, ROTE LUBECA.—Carmine red. Price on above, 10c. each; $1.00 per doz.By express, not prepaid. If wanted hy mail,add 3c. each for postage. PANSY CLUMPS 7c. each; 75c. per doz. By express, not prepaid
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ALL PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGB WITHOUT NOTICE. ^ GRIFFITH (SL TURNER CO. ^ 43 CANNAS Few flowering plants combine so many fine qualities as the modern Canna—a race of sub-tropical bulbous plants, of most easy culture rapid reproduction and good keeping qualities.The floral world lias been astonlslied by their luxuriance of foliage and gracefulness of bloom,which is of immense size, borne in large masses and trusses, combining in color the brightestand richest shades of yellow, red, orange and scarlet, bringing them to the front as the finestornamental plant in commerce. NEWEST VARIETIES OF CANNAS FOR 1915 BEirVO^IO.—Rich shade of Tjincoln-red flowers; dark greenfoliage, with tinge of bronze. Dwarf grower. OUSTAV GTTUFFEB.—The ideal yellow bedding canna.3% to 4 feet. HOSATIO.—Waxy flowers of bright golden yellow; crimson-scarlet, edged yellow throat, spotted red. Foliage deep richgreen. Dwarf. JESSICA.—Rose-carmine flowers, fully produced throughoutthe season. Darl< bronzy-g
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