Title: The Maule seed book for 1922
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Wm. Henry Maule (Firm) Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Catalogs Vegetables Catalogs Fruit Catalogs Flowers Catalogs Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Maule
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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Straight Edge Asparagus Knife This popular tool for cutting asparagus is very useful in the gardenr lawns for removing weeds, etc. Made of drop forged steel, 10 inchiraight edge blade, with enameled shank. .50 cents each, postpaid. garden GUIDE The Amateur Gardeners Handbook Throughout its pages expert veteran gardeners tell the amateurin remarkably simple, easily understood language, how to plan,plant and maintain the home grounds, suburban garden or citylot, how to grow good vegetables and fruit; how to raise beautifulflowers; how to take care of lawns, porch plants, window boxes, etc. THE garden GUIDE consists of 384 pages and numerousillustrations, with teaching plans and diagrams, etc. Book with paper cover, $1.10; boand in cloth, $1.65, postpaid.
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Palmetto AaPAHAOus ragus Asparagus gro-ws easily in any good soil; a bed -well cared for lasts for years Culture.—Sow in the early Spring in drills 2 to 3 feet apart, scattering about 1 inch apart in thedrlUs. Coverwith 1 inch of soil; cultivate freely. A packet will produce about 200 plants; un ounce, about 750 plants; 4 to 5pounds to the acre. The following spring set out the roots in a permanent bed. Fight beetle with Paris Green,Arsenate of Lead, Slug Shot or Bug Ueath. Jr aIiHl6LlO Produces large, al-ways green grass The most profitable asparagus on the market; mammoth In size, light green, heavy yielding, early producingand more disease resisting than any other variety. Packet, 5 cents; ounce, 10 cents; quarter pound, 30 cents; pound, $1.00; 5 pounds $4.50, postpaid. 2 Giar^t Argenteuil improved strain for home gardens We recommend it with great confidence to all asparagus growers; an ideal home garden sort producingmammoth stalks yet retaining that tender quality and beautifu
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