Title: Germain : [catalog]
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Germain Seed and Plant Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Plants, Ornamental Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Trees Catalogs Grasses Seeds Catalogs Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs
Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Germain
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ual. While they do fairly well in poor soil, no plant respondsbetter to liberal treatment. The common Cornflower, CentaureaCyanus, is decidedly the finest of all blue flowered annuals and afavorite wherever grown. Too good to miss and of the easiestpossible culture. Sow anywhere at any time. CENTAUREA. Chameleon. Flowers similar in shape to C. Marguerite, Pktbut varying in color from light yellow or straw-colorto pink and yellow, or light rose. Height ft $0.10 Cyanus, Emperor William. Sky-blue. Height 2 ft .05 Double bright blue. Height 2 ft 10 Pink. Height 2 fC 05 White. Height 2 ft .05 Mixed. Height 2 ft 05 „4£- . Imperialis is an improvement on the old-fashionedSweet Suitana; height 2 ft. Brilliant Rose .10 Lavender .10 Purple 10 White .1C Mixed .1C Marguerite. Large, pure white flowers, about 2M inchesin diameter, with edge and petals beautifully tubedand twisted. Height 1M ft K Moschata. White. Height 3 ft Oi Suaveolens. Yellow. Height XA ft .01 Mixed. Height 1 lA to 3 ft 0!
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CENTAUREA IMPERIALIS Denotes Our Recommendation LOS ANGELES ^^^XkS^^ CALIFORNIA ANNUALS CANDYTUFT COSMOS Fine plant for cutting. Good for massing or bedding and aneasily grown, free flowering subject. The newer varieties arenot to be compared with, the older small flowering kinds, beauti-ful as these undoubtedly are, and no garden is complete withoutsome at least. CANDYTUFT. Pkt. Carters Carmine. Height 1 ft $0.10 Empress. White. Height 1 ft 10 Little Prince. White. Height K ft Purple. Height lft White. Heights ft White, Fragrant. Height 1 ft Fine Mixed. All colors. Height 1 ft ,10,05.05.05,05 CATCHFLY. Fine mixed. Height 1 ft. CELOSIA This is the botanical name of the well-known cox-comb orPrinces Feather. The former, O. cristata, is a stiff, formalplant, bearing immense combsof brilliant colors. The latter,C. pyramidalis. is more graceful and eaually bright. Raise theseeds in a gentle heat if possible in early spring and extra largeplants will result. Any kind of soil suits them
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