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Title: Griffith & Turner Co : farm and garden supplies
Year: 1903 (1900s)
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., 1903
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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ESS.—Old reliable. WILSON.—Old standard sort. Medium, early. CUMBERLAND.—Medium, very large, juicy, of good flavor. Pro-ductive. CRIMSON CLUSTER.—Late. One of the finest yet introduced. HOFFMAN.—This berry is a money maker for the grower. Mediumsize, firm and good quality and productive. JOHNSONS EARLY.—One of the finest early berries grown. Donot let it get too thick. Properly cared for it is the most prolific berryknown. ZEITZERS EARLY.—For an extra early berry this is best of all.Good shipper. Very productive for so early a berry. Ahead of Michelsin size and productiveness. AN EXCELLENT FAMILY COLLECTION. ZEITZERS EARLY. GLEN MARY. LADY FINGER. CRIMSON CLUSTER. 7-~>c. per 100, or 100 of each for $3.00. PRICE: Any of the above Varieties,Strong, Healthy Layers, 25 Cts. perDoz.; 75 Cts. per 100; $4 per 1,000. POT-GKOWN PLANTS will he ready for delivery after August1st. Prices for pot-grown plants are from $3.00 to $4.00 per hun-dred, according to variety. Raspberries,
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KANSAS (Black Cap.) KANSAS (Black Cap.) IT possesses all the valuable attributes of a profitable market sortand its large size and handsome appearance insures for it always a.ready sale and good prices. The fruit is handsome, firm and of finequality. Its canes are of strong growth, entirely hardy and prolific,with tough, healthy, clean foliage. Its season is about second early-later than Souhegan, but earlier than Gregg. By reason of its greaterhardiness it is a great improvement upon the Gregg. 75c. per dozen. $3.50 per 100. MILLER RED.—Fruit size of Cuthbert; bright red; does not fade;core very small; ripens very early; heavy bearer; best shipper.75c. per dozen. $3.50 per 100. MUNGER.—Resembles Gregg, but much finer. One of the best ofthe black caps. Perfectly hardy. 75c. per dozen. $3.50 per 100. GOLDEN QUEEN, CUTHBERT. OHIO AND SOUHEGAN.50c. per dozen. $3.00 per 100. BLACKBERRIES. ELDORADO.—Berries very large; jet black; sweet, melting; no>hard core ; splendid keeper and
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