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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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, being adapted for out-door cultivationrather than for house culture. They will stand a considerable amount of hardship and neglect, but improve greatly with good cultivation andrich soil. The quantity and size of blooms will be greatly increased by severe pruning each Spring. All rough and scragly wood should be cutaway entirely and the other shoots should be cut back enough so as to leave only two or three eyes to grow. Price of all Roses under this class (except as other-wise noted), each 10 cts., any three for25 cts., any six for 45 cts., twelvefor 85 cts., postpaid.
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American Beauty, rosy crimson.Alfred Colomb, carmine crimson.Anne de Diesbach, shell pink.Aaron de Bonstettin, rich, dark red.Caroline de Sanrel, brilliant rose color.Caprice, striped white, carmine.Charles Lefebvre, reddish crimson.Clio (new), flesh color, 15 cts. each, three for 35 cts.Coquette de Alps, pure white,tinged pink.Coquette de Blanches, pure white, tinged cream.Due de Rohan, vermillion.Fisher Hohmes, rich crimson scarlet.Gen. Jacquiminot, rich crimson scarlet.Gen. Washington, soft, glossy scarlet.Helen Keller (new), brilliant rosy cerise. 15 cts. each, three for 35 cts.John Hopper, brilliant rose to glow-ing pink. John Keynes, reddish maroon. Jules Margottin, bright carmine. La Reine, clear, bright, rose color. rime. Chas. Wood, fiery red. Mme. Gabriel Luizet, coral rose. Hme. Geo. Bruant, glistening white. Mme. Plantier, pure white, large. Magna Charta, rosy red. Marchioness of Lome (new), 15 cts.each, three for 35 cts. Margaret Dickson (new), 15 cts.each, three for 35 c
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