Title: Seed annual
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Livingston Seed Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Catalogs Seed industry and trade Ohio Columbus Catalogs Vegetables Ohio Columbus Catalogs Fruit Ohio Columbus Catalogs Flowers Ohio Columbus Catalogs Gardening Ohio Columbus Equipment and supplies Catalogs
Publisher: Columbus, Ohio : A. W. Livingston’s 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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ry double dark pink flowers; of unusual size 10 Snowball—A large and very double pure white daisy Flowers onlong stems: excellent for cutting 10 DRAC/ENA. « . ■ iCIub Palm.) Beautiful orna-mental leavedplants suitablefor vases andhouse decoration Mixed — Splendid-orts 10 DIGITALIS. Foxglove or Witches Fingers, Orna-mental hardy border plants, easy culture,having long spikes of showy flowers, 3 to .5 feet. Mixed Colors, 5 Spotted Varieties—Very beautiful. Mixed,. 10 Monstrosa, Mixed—Large spikes of novel and beautiful flowers…. 10277^ZTT H/TTTCC Qnaphalium Leontopodium—Famous andyy L^±kJkJ. true Kdelweiss of the Alps. Flowers of a,downy texture, pure white, star-shape; easily raised from seed.. 10PllTDCA Iree ftowering; for beds, borders, etc.: excel-J^yJ i-lent for cutting, liecause a Ijranch [daced inwater will bloom many days, and is intense in color. Succeedsbest in warm soil, not too rich. Hardy annual.Eutoca Viscida—Mixed Colors 6 EUPHORBIA. Ioriii.K i>.tsv.
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ESCHSCHOLTZIA (California Poppies.) ESCIISCKOI.TZH. Summer-flowering annuals with vcrv showvflowers. Sow where wanted to bloom, asthey do not bear transplanting. Thin to 6inches apart. The line bushy plants growal)out 1 foot. One of the best garden plantsand easily grown. The large, brilliantsaucer-shaped flowers arc produced in greatIMcifusion, Californica—Sulphur: orange center. SingleMandarin—Large flowers of a bright .scarlet; inner side rich orange. Single Finest Mixed Single—5c, Double Mixed Strong growing au-nuals suitablefor beds of tallgrowing plantsor mixed border:the flowers areinconspicuous:the foliage, how-ever, is very or-namental, Variegata- (Unoxoon thr MoiDiUiin)-Attractive foli-age, veined andmargine<i withwhite: 2 feet 5 Heterophy lla -(A n-n u (I I Ioinsettia.Mexican FirePlant, PaintedLeaf)-.n annualrescm bl i ng inhabit and colorthe beautiful hothouse Poinsettia.Plants grow 2 to3 feet high, of bushylike form, with smoothglossy green leaves,which, about m
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