Title: Wm. Elliott & Sons seedsmen : 1845 1899
Year: 1899 (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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oomer. Bridesmaid. Clear bright pink. Daybreak. Delicate shell pink, a strong grower, but not a free bloomer.Grace Wilder. An old favorite variety. Pink, Goldfinch. Light yellow, slightly edged pink.Helen Keller. Pure white, prettily and evenly penciled bright carmine.Lizzie McGowan. Pure white, large and perfect.Portia. Brilliant scarlet, free grower.Puritan. Pure white, large, very fi-agrant.Tidal Wave. Deep pink carmine.William Scott, Bright pink, very prolific. Strong Plants; 15 cts. each ; $1.50 per doz.COLEUS, Golden Bedder. One of the best yellow bedding varieties, bright pure yellow. Each, 10 cts. ; per doz., $1; per 100, $6.Verschatfeiti, An old favorite; rich velvety crimson variety. One of the best and most popular bedding varieties. Each, 10 cts. ; per doz., $1; per 100, $6. Fancy Varieties. Our collection comprises a wide range ofvariety and very odd markings. Each, 10 cts.; per doz.,|1, One plant each, 12 distinct varieties |1. WM. ELLIOTT & SONS. SEEDSMEN. NEW YORK.
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DAHL.IAS. Cactus Varieties. Minerva. Entirely distinct and beauti-ful in form. Color soft yellow,overlaid soft red pink, shadingto bright reddish purple. True Model. Perfect form, petals even, regular andsymmetrical; color buff, suffused reddish bronze. Wm. Agnew. The grandest red cactus variety. Mrs. Geo. Reed, Pure white, edged and flaked soft rosy lake; petals numerous, overlapping, deeply cleft, giving a novel fringed appearance.Mrs. Peart. Cream-white, shaded soft yellow at base of petals.Nymphsea. New Water Lily Dahlia. Color clear, light shrimp piuls, tinted lighter toward the center. A strong grower and profuse bloomer. Price, 20 cts. each; $2.00 per doz. ; set one each above 6 varieties, |1.00. Liarge Flowering Show Varieties. A. D. Livoni. Light pink, medium size; a vigorous grower. Penelope. Pure white, delicately flaked lavender. Glowing Coal. Bright glowing crimson, Miss Dodd. Large, deep yellow. Excellent. Mrs. Cannell. Yellow, tipped red. Mrs. Langtry. Cream, peach and
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