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Image from page 55 of “Catalogue of vegetable and flower seeds : catalogues free to all” (1901)

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Identifier: catalogueofveget1901jjhg
Title: Catalogue of vegetable and flower seeds : catalogues free to all
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: J.J.H. Gregory & Son Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Gardening United States Equipment and supplies Catalogs Vegetables Seeds United States Catalogs Flowers Seeds United States Catalogs
Publisher: Marblehead, Mass. : J.J.H. Gregory & Son
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 make no change or substitution in them. 33 PACKAGES, OUR COUNTRY garden COLLECTION, POSTPAID, $1.00. VEGETABLE PLANTS. (No discount) Grown from ctock seeds .upplied by us. Sent by express or freight at purchasers expense. No plant sent C.O.D. or per mail.All cold-frame and hot-bed plants are transplanted and well hardened. ■CABBAGE. Hot-b,{ready in April). Hendersons Early Summer All-Seasons Imp. Am. Savoy CAULIFLOWER. Hend. Early Snowball (May ) Per Per 100 1000 .80 6 00 .80 6 00 .80 6 00 .80 6 00 Per Per doz. 100 .18 1 00 CELERY. Cold-frameplants {ready in fime). White Plume Golden Yellow Large Solid. Giant Pascal (Julv) Boston Market (July) 75 EGG PLANT. do New York Imp. (June) 80 Per100 .75.75.75 Per1000 5 505 505 505 50 Per100 5 00 TOMATO. Hot-bed plants{ready in May). New Stone Beauty Dwarf Champion Livingston Favorite PEPPER. Ruby King (June) 30 Perdoz. . Perdoz. Per100 2 002 002 002 00 Per10« 2 00 For Asparagus, Horse Radish and Rhubarb Roots, etc., see page 5.

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WE have aimed to include in our collection of Flower Seed standard varieties, with the addition of such kinds as have proved a real acquisition infloriculture. Many varieties that are usually advertised separately we have included in a single package under the name of mixed varieties Our three warrants we also throw around our Flower Seed, for it is our design that they shall be equally reliable with our vegetable seed Letus remind our friends that Flower Seed, being for the most part very small, require extra precaution in the preparation of the soil, depth of planting andprotection from extremes of cold and wet. Do not, as a rule, plant in the open ground before the weather has become settled; better wait until the middleoi May. Before planting, the soil should be made very fine and be well enriched. For the smaller varieties, such as pansies, the rows may be from ten totwelve inches apart; the largest upright varieties, such as zinnias and marigolds, the rows should be fifteen to e

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