Title: Garden flower and field seeds 1902
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: W.W. Barnard & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Barnard
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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ant to-wards evening. Of easy cul-ture. A. 3043. N. affini*. White. 2 ft. Iftaken up in the fall, cut back andpotted, will bloom all winter.Pkt., 5c. 3044. N. Sylvestris. 4 ft. Of stoutand branching habit. Long, pend-ant, pure white flowers borne inclusters. Shows to good effectplanted in connection with Holly-hocks or Sunflowers. Its large andhandsome foliage forms an excel-lent background for geraniums orother bright-colored plants.Pkt., 5c. NIEREMBERGIA. Handsome white and lilac flow-ers; suitable for hanging baskets.1 ft. H. H. A. 3053. N. Gracilis. Constantbloomer. Pkt., 5c. filGEIillfl (Love-in-a-Mist.) Fine garden plants, with prettycut foliage and curiously formeddouble white and blue flowers.Sow in the open ground early inspring. 1 ft. H. A.3069. Nigella Damascena. Pkt., 5c. CENOTHERA. Better known as Evening Prim-rose, the flowers opening suddenlyin the latter part of the day. Theyare showy, single, mostly yellow.1 to 2 ft. H. A. 3070. Pkt., 5c. CATALOGUE OF FLOWER SEEDS. 73
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sunlight nasturtium—Natural size flower. DWARF OR TOM THUMB NASTURTIUMS. BEAUTIFUL bedding plants. Their neat compact growth—about one foot—richly colored flowers, free blooming andlong lasting qualities have made them general favorites.Price (except where noted), pkt. 5c; oz. 15c; postpaid.3125. Aurora. Chrome yellow. 3124. Lady Bird. Orange yellow3108. Beauty. Scarlet, splashed with red spots. with canary yellow. 3119. Cloth of Gold. Golden foli-age; scarlet flowers. 3082. Coeruleum Roseum. Peachcolor. 3097. Crystal Palace Gem. Sulphur-yellow, spotted car-mine. 3114. Empress of India. Blue-green foliage, flowers crimson. 3087. General Jacqueminot. Bril-liant crimson. 3093. Golden King. Dark foliage-yeliow flowers. 3098. King of Tom Thumb. Darkfoliage, scarlet flowers. 3109. King Theodore. Maroon. 3107. Pearl. Creamy white.3092. Prince Henry. White, spotted with scarlet.3100. Ruby King. Light ruby red. 3095. Rose. 3094. Scarlet. A very brilliantshade. 3099. Spotted. Orange, spo
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