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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vety crimson ; Carmine Pillar, rosy carmine ;Crimson Rambler, crimson ; Fran9cis Crousse, crimson ; Longworth Rambler,light crimson ; Philadelphia Rambler, bright crimson ; Reine Olga de Wurtem-burg, vivid red; Lady Gay, rich pink ; Griiss an Teplitz, bright crimson ; PurpleEast, dark carmine purple; the Lion, rich crimson; the Wallflower, rcsy car-mine lake. 3. Pink and rosy-pink shades—Dawsons Rose, rosy pink ; Lady Waterlow,salmon pink; Psyche, pale rosy pink ; Tea Rambler, coppery pink to salmonpink; the Farquhar, rosy pink; Mdlle. Eugenie Verdier, deep salmon pink;Minnehaha, deep rose. 4. Light pink and blush shades—Blush Rambler, soft pink ; EleanorBerkeley, pale pink; Mrs. F. W. Flight, pink, white centre; Papillon, pink andwhite; Alice Gray, white, tinted pink; Leopoldine dOrleans, white, tippedred ; Debutante, soft pink; Leuchstern, pink, white centre ; Carissima, delicateflesh; Pink Roamer, pink, white centre; South Orange Perfection, white,striped pink. –O G–~- .. o 4
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^-Q^, <y ■■ cy- ;94 THE PERFECT GARDEN WATER LILY POND (Cemented)Ground Plan and Section—Scale, i inch equals 30 feet. Ground Plan: a, stream; b, pond; c, water lily basins cr islands as de-sired ; d, side water lily stations ; e, shallow-water plants receptacles ; /, bridge. Section: g, clay (desirable if ground soft, rammed hard); k, concrete,cemented, faced with neat cement and a little sand and washed with liquidcement; h, shallow-water plants basin (one tier of stone with joints open tohold rubble and soil); i, water lily basin (one tier of rock as rubble and soilretainer; or, /, island, rocked and filled with rubble to water level, then soil;k, side water lily basin (one tier of rock with open joints to held rubble and soil);/, water level; 7n, grass; n, paths. References to Plants : 3. Inlet and outlet shallow-water plants—Aponogetondistachyon, Butomus umbellatus, Calla palustris, Pontederia cordata, Cyperuslongus, Sagittaria japcnica fl. pL, Villarsia nymphseoides,
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