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
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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et.The Cineraria dislikes heat at any time and must be always in acool, moist atmosphere with plenty of air. Green fly or aphis isits worst insect enemy and must be destroyed on sight by lightfumigation or dipping in one of the nicotine preparations soldby us. Sow at various times from May to August for winter andspring flowering. CINERARIA HYBRID. GRANDIFLORA. T. (See also Pkt.Perennials.) Valuable winter and spring flowering potplants for window or greenhouse culture. Choicemixed. Height lft SO.50 CINERARIA HYBRID. Mixed 0.25 CLARKIA ELEGANS. Double rose. Height IK ft 10 Fine Mixed. Ah kinds. Height IK ft 05 Clark.a Collection of 6 varieties., 40 CLINTONIA PULCHELLA. Pretty for rock work. Blue. white and yellow. Height K ft 10 COLLINSIA BICOLOR. Purple and white. Height lft.. .05CONVOLVULUS MINOR (Dwarf Morning-glory). Mixed colors. Height 1 ft 05 CORNFLOWER. (See Centaurea.) lOSMIDIUM BURRIDGEANUM. B. Resembles Calliop- sis. Maroon and yellow. Height 2 ft 05 ^g^Eg**- This Signature
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[57J Cosmos is one of the most popular flowers for table decoration.The Mammoth varieties keep up a succession of bloom ior along period, and as they are faU flowers it is almost impossibleto have flowers of the late variety in early spring. The early va-rieties can be had in bloom in early spring by fall sowing. Theygrow about 3 ft. high and are also invaluable for mixed borders.COSMOS. Pkt. Double Pink, white and mixed $0.25 Mammoth Perfection. Crimson, pink, yellow, white and mixed. Height 4 ft io Lady Lenox. A delightful shell-pink, 4 to 5 inches diameter. Height 4 ft io Lady Lenox. White. Height 4 ft .10 Ordinary. Pink, white and mixed. Height 4 ft 05 Germains Early Flowering. Rose, white and mixed.Height 3 ft io DATURA HUBERIANA. Hh. Double Mixed. Height 3 ft. .10 DIMORPHOTHECA Exactly suited to the climate of Southern California, theyellow African Daisy is a showy, beautiful dwarf annual, withorange yellow flowers, much more easily and quickly grown thanthe Gazania. so much use
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