Title: Griffith & Turner Co : farm and garden supplies
Year: 1903 (1900s)
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., 1903
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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CROSBYS IMPROVED EGYPTIAN. This extra early Beet is remark-able for its fine quality and rapidgrowth ; is of deep red color andhandsome shape. As an early market sort it is un-rivaled. It is, to a large extent, superseding theEgyptian, being earlier in development, more at-tractive in appearance, and of superior qualityfor the table. Pkts., 5c. ami lOc. 1-4 lb., 15c.Lb., 40c. BRUSSELS SPROUTS. (German, Oruener Kopfkohl).1 Oz. of Seed to lOO Yards of Row. CLASS of plants allied to the Cabbage fam-ily, producing a great number of small headafor sprouts on the main stem of the plant,which are used and prepared as greens. It is adelicious vegetable,especially a fbeing exposed tofrosi Plant insoil, In hills 2apart each way.Pkt.,1 Oo. Oz.,20c1-4 lb., 00c.
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BROCCOLI. (German, Spargel Kohl).1 oz. of Seed to lOO Yards of Row.The Broccoli are closely allied to the Cauli-flower family. They require similar cultiva-tion and treatment to Cauliflower.EARLY PURPLE CAPE.—Large, compact. Pkt., 10c. Oz., 40c.LARGE EARLY WHITE.—Head white, like Cauliflower: thebest. Pkt., 10c. Oz., 40c. BORECOLE. This if often called Broccoli by market gardeners, but belongs tothe Kale family. Very spreading in habit, and beautifully curled.Seed very scarce. Pkts., 5c. and lOc. Oz., 15c. 1-4 lb., 35c. Lb., $1.00. BEETS FOR STOCK. SOW 4 POUNDS TO THE ACRE. STOCK BEETS grow larger than other Beets, and hence requiremore room. They should be sown from April to June, in drills2Y2 feet apart, and the plants thinned to 12 to 15 inches in therow. The attention of farmers to the growing of Beets for stockfeeding has rapidly increased, but it should be grown more gener-ally and will show the results in the health and condition of thestock. It supplies good, rich food for
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