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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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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FOR PARROTSAND CHICKENS. MIXED BIRDSEED. CANARYANDRAPE. PLAINCANARY. Thoroughly Cleaned. All per Lb. 7c, 4 Lbs. 25c, 25 Lbs. $1.00By Mail, Add 8 cts. per Lb. Postage. PLANTS SUITABLE FOR MAILING With Prices for Same, All Packed and Postpaid, Except When Specified to go by Express. The climbing vines, flowering shrubs and fruit plants must be sent out while in a dormant condition, that is, before they commence toleaf out. Orders for these items, therefore, should reach us by the middle of April at the latest. Orders for roses and green-house plants can be filled up to the first of June. HYBRID PERPETUAL ROSES. ROSES of this class produce the largest and most beautiful flowers and the varieties offered below are all thoroughly hardy. Some sorts donot bloom until the second year, but when thoroughly established they bloom very freely at the usual season, June and July, and at intervalsthroughout the balance of the Summer and Fall. They should invariably be planted in the open ground, bei
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