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Image from page 66 of “Wm. Elliott & Sons seedsmen : 1898” (1898)

Image from page 66 of “Wm. Elliott & Sons seedsmen : 1898” (1898)

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Identifier: wmelliottsonssee1898wmel
Title: Wm. Elliott & Sons seedsmen : 1898
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Wm. Elliott & Sons Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds New York (State) New York Catalogs Nursery stock New York (State) New York Catalogs Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Plants, Ornamental Catalogs Trees Seeds Catalogs Fruit Seeds Catalogs Vegetables Seeds
Publisher: New York : Wm. Elliott & Sons
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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rry. Pink and white like the Painted Lady, equallylarge and more abundant, more dwarf and earlier. Blanche Ferry, Extra Early. Same color as above, but twoweeks earlier. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 15 cts. Blanche Burpee. Very large flower, pure white. Boreatton. Deep rich maroon, the finest dark colored.Bronze King. Standards; coppery bronze; wings pure white.Butterfly. White ground, delicately edged with lavender. ^ Captain Clark. White flushed heliotrope with blue edges.Celestial. Bound shell-shaped flower, delicate lavender.Countess of Radnor. True; delicate lavender; very fine.Cupid White. Dwarf; fine for pots or borders. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 15 cts.Cupid Pink. (New.) Like above, except in color. Pkt., 15 cts.; 2 pkts., 25 cts.Delight. White wings crested crimson.Dorothy Tennant. Rosy heliotrope, darkening with age.Duchess of Edinburgh. Standards; orange-scarlet, wings rosy crimson.Emily Henderson. Pure white; early; large perfect flower; long stems. ■■ Kosy-pink standards, white wings.

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Empress of India.Fairy Queen. Pinkish-white,slightly lined crimson onstandards. Gray Friar. White cloudedreddish lilac. Pkt., 5 cts. ;oz., 15 cts. Mrs. Eckford. Mrs. Sankey. blush. Orange PrincePainted Lady. Primrose yellow. (Black seed.) Large white flower, changing to Grand Blue. der blue. Her Majesty. very fine. Bright laven-; ignea. Bright crimson scarlet. Isa Eckford. Creamy white, suffused rosy pink. Indigo King. Standards; maroon-purple; wings indigo blue. Invincible Carmine. Standards; rich crimson; carmine-scarlet wings.Katherlne Tracy. Delicate pink, large bold flower of much substance.Lady Penzance. Bright rose, excellent form.Lemon Queen. Blush white, tinted lemon.Lottie Eckford. Lavender, shaded with pink and white.Mrs. Jos. Chamberiin, White striped bright rose. Bright orange, pink, flushed scarlet.Pink and white.Primrose. Pale primrose yellow.Princess Beatrice. Blush pink, very showy.Princess Victoria. Standards; rosy pink; wings cherry-rose with lines of pink.Princess

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