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Annual catalogue of seeds, plants, &c. (1890) (18423895275)


Annual catalogue of seeds, plants, &c. (1890) (18423895275)



Title: Annual catalogue of seeds, plants, &c.
Identifier: annualcatalogueo1890schl (find matches)
Year: 1890 (1890s)
Authors: Schlegel & Fottler; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Massachusetts Boston Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Grasses Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Fruit Seedlings Catalogs; Trees Seedlings Catalogs; Agricultural implements Catalogs
Publisher: Boston, M. A. : Schlegel & Fottler
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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HYBRID PERPETUALS. These roses are hardy and very free bloomers. We have added many new varieties, and our collection now includes the choicest kinds. A very rich soil is essential in grow- ing roses, and it is well to apply a heavy dressing of manure in the fall. In the spring the bushes should be well cut back. Dormant Plants, 30 cents each ; Abel Carriere. Brilliant purplish crimson. Alfred Colomb. Bright light crimson; large. Anna de Diesbach. Brilliant rosy pink, very large and showy. Beauty of Waltham. Bright rosy crimson. Boule de Neige. Pure white; good form. Charles Lefebvre. Bright velvety scarlet. Comtesse de Oxford. Bright shaded car- mine large. Crimson Bedder. Scarlet crimson; large, Duke of Edinburgh. Vermilion; large. Earl of Dufferin, Brilliant velvety crimson, shaded with dark maroon. An early, continuous, and late bloomer, very large and highly scented, each 75c. Blie Morel. Rosy Hlac, edged with white. Etienne Levet. Crimson scarlet; large. Exposition de Brie. Bright scarlet; large. Fisher Holmes. Rich velvety crimson. Francois Michelon. Deep rose; fine. General Jacqueminot. Crimson scarlet. Grand Mogul. Deep brilliant crimson, shaded with scarlet and black, large, full, of perfect shape and produced in great profusion; each 75c. Glorie de Margottin. Dazzling red, the m(jst brilliant vet known, large, full, and free bloomer; each 75c. Jean Liabaud. Velvety crimson; rich. John Hopper. Rose, with crimson centre. Julius Finger. Pure white, tingerl with pink in autumn. Jules Margottin. Brilliant glo.ssy pink. Ifa France. Bright lilac rose, silvery centre. $3,00 per dozen, except where noted. Lady Helen Stuart. Bright crimson scar- let, large, vigorous and profuse bloomer; each 75c. Louis Van Houtte. Purplish scarlet; fine. Mabel Morrison. Pure white, pink tinge. Madame Baroness Rothschild. Light rose. Madame Victor Verdier. Rich cherry red. Madame Gabriel Luizet. Fine satiny rose. Madame Lacharme. White; large size. Madame Plantier. Hybrid China. Pure white, medium size, and free bloomer. Marie Baumann. Bright carmine; large. Merville de Lyon. Pure white, shaded with satiny rose; very large and double. M'Ue Annie Wood. Clear bright red; fine. Mrs. Charles Wood. Brilliant red; large. Mrs. Harry Turner. Dazzling crimson scarlet. Mons. E. Y. Teas. Deep cerise red; large. Paul Neron. Dark rose; large and full. Pierre Netting. Dark red, violet tinge. Prince Camille de Rohan. Velvety crim- son. Rich bright crimson; Pink, with blush edges. Deep maroon, flushed Queen of Bedders. fine. Queen of Queens. Reynolds Hole. scarlet. Senateur Vaisse. Fine dazzhng red. Sir Garnet Wolseley. Vermilion, shaded. Star of Waltham. Rich deep crimson. Sultan of Zanzibar. Blackish maroon. Ulrich Bnmner. Cherry red, very large and full: vigorous. White Baroness. Pure white. 7«





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