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Bolgiano's spring 1967 catalog (1967) (20391171775)


Bolgiano's spring 1967 catalog (1967) (20391171775)



Title: Bolgiano's spring 1967 catalog
Identifier: bolgianosspring119fwbo_1 (find matches)
Year: 1967 (1960s)
Authors: F. W. Bolgiano & Co; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs; Seeds Catalogs; Vegetables Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs
Publisher: Washington, D. C. : F. W. Bolgiano
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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Bell Boy Peppers 168. PEPPER, Bell Boy Fi Hybrid. (120 ^jfr^>, days.) All-America Selection for 1967. \g^) An all-purpose sweet Pepper. Fruit is ^—^ medium long, blocky, mostly four- lobed, deep glossy green, maturing early to deep red. Thick walls and good fruit uni- formity. Strong, vigorous plant 18 to 24 inches tali. Resistant to tobacco mosaic virus. Pkt. (50 seeds) 50c.; 3 pkts. SI.35; Keoz. S4.50; Moz. S7.50, postpaid. 224. SQUASH, Ciiefini Fi Hybrid. (52 /C\ days.) All-America Bronze Medal (j^) Winner for 1965. An Italian Summer ^—^ Squash that is tender and delicious. A dark green Zucchini type producing high quality, uniformly cylindrical and slender fruits, dark green in color. Very productive. Recommended for home and market gar- dens. Pkt. 35c.; i^oz. 65c.; oz. $1.25; Mlb- $3.50, postpaid. Chefini Squash 234. SQUASH, Gold Nugget. (95 days.) ,C\~. All-America Silver Medal Winner for (S) 19^^- ^ winter Squash with bush type —^ plant habit, occasionally with a short vine reaching lYi feet tall. Fruit has bright orange skin and flesh, moderately thick, sweet. Fruit is small, of soft ball size (5 pounds), round-oblate, with thick shell-like skin for good storage. Five to eight fruits per plant. Pkt. 35c.; ^ioz. 65c.; oz. $1.25; i^lb. $3.25, postpaid. 192. TOMATO, Spring Giant Fi Hybrid. ^c:>. (75 days.) All-America Selection for (^A) 1967. Fruits smooth, deep globular ^—^ shape, rich bright scarlet, averaging 8 ounces. Walls are thick; flesh meaty, with bright deep red interior. Quality excellent. Resistant to both verticillium and fusarium wilt. Pkt. (50 seeds) 50c.; 3 pkts. $1.35; i^oz. $7.50, postpaid.





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