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Title: 1916 Griffith and Turner Co. : farm and garden supplies
Year: 1916 (1910s)
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., 1916
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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500; $4.00 per1000. Main crop varieties. Field Grown, readv May 1. 40c.per 100; $1.50 per 500; $2.25 per 1000. By express, not pre-paid. Add 10c. per 100 if by mail. GREENHOUSE PLANTS POR POTTING AND BEDDING. FROM 2- or 3-in. POTS. ABUTILONS (Floweringf Maple.) ECIiIPSE—In great demand for basketsand vases. Leaves variegated yellow andgreen, having bright yellow flowers, withcrimson throat. SAVITZII—A beautiful bedding plant;variegated white and green foliage.10c. Each. By Mail, Add 5c. Each Extra. ACALYPHA W A CAFE AN A—A handsome variegatedfoliage bedding plant, which may be usedin connection with Coleus, Crotons or otherfoliage plants for sub-tropical beddins.10c. Each. By Mail, Add Sc. Each Extra. SWEET ALYSSUM Dwarf Double—for pot plants. GiantDouble—for cutting. 10c. Each. By Mail, Add 5c. Each Extra. AGERATUM DWARF WHITE.INIMITABLE—Giant Blue.I.ITTLE GEM—Dwarf Blue. PRINCESS PAULINE—Sky Blue, white centre. 10c. Each; $1.00 per Dozen. By Mail, add 5c. Each Extra.
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BEGONIA ■^TERNON—Pink bedding.VERNON—White bedding.X.UMINOSA—Red flower and foliage. GXiOIRE DE CHATAIiAINE—Dwarf; flowers rose color;hardy for pot or bedding. GRACILIS (Prima Donna)—Clear Neyron rose. GRACILIS (Pfitzeri Triumph)—Pure white; free flowering. 10c. Each; $1.00 per Dozen. By Mail, Add 5c. Each Extra. ALTERNANTHERA A beautiful class of dwarf plants grow-ing only 6 inches high, admirably adaptedfor forming letter.s, ribbon lines, edgingsor bed. AUREA NANA—Yellow, compact. AMOENA ROSEA—Rose and carmine. BRIIiIiIANTISSIMUS—Rich carmine. SEXBOI.DI—Broad leaf, yellow. VERSICOIiOR—Crimson, chocolate andgreen. PROSPECT PARK REDDER — Darkchocolate red. CARROZiL PARE REDDER—Dwarf red.10c. Each; $1.00 per Dozen; $6.00 per 100.By Express, Not Prepaid. ASPARAGUS (Sprengerii)-ASPARAGUS (Plumosa) — Potted plants, 10c. each. By mail, add5c. each extra. CINERARIA DUSTY MILLER MARITIMA (Candidissima)—Silver foliage bedding plants.10c. Each; $1.00 per Dozen;
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