Title: J. Bolgiano & Son : 1818 1904
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: J. Bolgiano & Son Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Maryland Baltimore Catalogs Vegetables Maryland Baltimore Catalogs Flowers Maryland Baltimore Catalogs Fruit Maryland Baltimore Catalogs Grasses Maryland Baltimore Catalogs Gardening Maryland Baltimore Equipment and supplies Catalogs Nurseries (Horticulture) Maryland Baltimore Catalogs
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Bolgiano
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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Miss Webster.—Pure white, without a tinge of color exceptingon the reverse of the lower petals, which are slightly tinted with rose. Admiral Dewey.—Brilliant imperial purple of fine form. Black* Beauty.—A grand deep maroon. Bronze Beauty.—Reddish bronze, large flower, Baron Schroeder. —A fine bright purple with bluish shadings. Cyclops.—Deep scarlet, shaded maroon. John Flitch.—Deep rich red, of perfect form. Minerva.—Soft yellow, suffused with deep pink, shading to red-dish purple in centre. Wilhelm Miller.—Brilliant purple, large, free and distinct. Zulu.—The Black Dahlia, black maroon. Snow Balls.—They are two or three times as large as Snow Clad,clean silvery white, a perfect ball, and one of the best sorts to datefor cutting and massing. SUPERB SINGLE DAHLIAS. Enchantment.—A pretty combination of red and yellow.Fashion.—Crimson maroon-flamed purple.Gold Standard.—Pure deep yellow of largest size.Mars.—White bordered and shaded crimson, tipped white.
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POMPON OR BOQUET DAHLIAS. Snowclad.—One of the finest White Pompons. A strong vigorousgrower, of branching habit, a profuse bloomer of perfect form, andalways full to the center. The petals are beautifully laced. CHOICE POMPONS OR LILLIPUTS. Canary.—Finest pure yellow pompon. Hedwig Pollig.—White and red, beautifully intermingled. Little Beauty.—Delicate shrimp pink, of full round form. Little Niad.—Soft rosy lake, tipped dark crimson. Raphael.—Deep maroon of fine form. Mrs. Bowman.—Large, deep velvety purple. Pauline.—Pure white, margined dark glowing crimson. MAMMOTH RUSSIAN SUNFLOWER. THE GIANT OF ALL SUNFLOWERS.
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