Title: Seed annual 1913
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: D.M. Ferry & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seed industry and trade Michigan Detroit Flowers Seeds Vegetables Seeds Nursery stock Gardening Equipment and supplies
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : D.M. Ferry & Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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houlder. Pkt. 5c; Oz. 10c; 2 Oz. 15c;V4 Lb. 25c; Lb. 85c. I 1 /-ii_ .• ThisAmeri- ImprOVed Chartier, can variety or .SKienhevW ^ °e of the veryur onepnera best long radishes forgeneral planting outdoors. Tops of me-dium size. Roots are in good conditionfor the table when half an inch thickand continue hard and crisp until theyreach a diameter of about one and one-fourth inches thus affording good rootsfor a long time. The roots are ratherlong, averaging seven to eight incheswhen mature, scarlet rose in color,shading into white at the tip. Pkt. 5c;Oz. 10c; 2 Oz. 15c; % Lb. 25c; Lb. 75c. 17 1 A^ 11 Matures quickly, Ejarly LiOlden has a small top andY*»llr»«r Owal neck and resists theI eiiuw jvai summer heat betterthan the early scarlet or white kinds.Roots oval, about one and one-halfinches long by about one inch in diam-eter when mature, very smooth andhandsome; bright, light yellow in colorand of excellent quality. Our stock isgrown from selected roots and is very fine.Lb. 75c.
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Early Long Scarlet Icicle Short Top Improved Pkt. 5c; Oz. 10c; 2 Oz. 15c; Vi Lb. 25c; Long White Strasburg I • I A very attractive, pure white radish, the earliest of the long, white summerIcicle sorts and of most excellent quality. The roots are somewhat shorter, withsmaller tops than Long White Vienna and mature a little earlier. Roots when ma-ture five to six inches long by about one-half to five-eighths of an inch in diameter.One of the most desirable varieties for outdoor summer planting. : It is also adaptedfor forcing. Pkt. 5c; Oz. 10c; 2 Oz. 15c; 1/4 Lb. 25c; Lb. 80c. ■«ITi«. -IT- An early maturing and attractive, long, white, summer W lllte V lenna^ radish of most excellent quality. Tops are of mediumQ|. I adv Finffer ^^^- Roots pure white, slender, smooth and averaging whenija.uj 1 iiigci mature six to seven inches long by about five-eighths to seven-eighths of an inch in diameter at thickest part. Flesh very crisp and tender. It ma-tures shortly after Woods Early Fram
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