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Childs' rare flowers, vegetables, and fruits (1907) (20420877449)

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Title: Childs' rare flowers, vegetables, and fruits
Identifier: childsrareflower00john_12 (find matches)
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: John Lewis Childs (Firm); Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Commercial catalogs Seeds; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Vegetables Catalogs; Fruit trees Catalogs; John Lewis Childs (Firm); Commercial catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture); Seeds; Flowers; Vegetables; Fruit trees
Publisher: Floral Park, N. Y. : John Lewis Childs
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library



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1 08 JOHN LEWIS CHILOS, FLORAL PARK, N. Y.
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New Pink- Verecuuda- A lovely -A new v 2(epljyraptl)es. The Zephyr Bowers, or Fairy Lilies, are geuis of rare beauty; and when planted either in pots or the open ground they produce very beautiful Lily-like flower; nearly all summer. Though some of the varieties are old. they are not generally known or seen in cultivation owing to the fact that they have never been properly and thoroughly, introduce.:. 'When once grown they are always grown. f,>r they are one of the prettiest and easiest grown flowers it is possible to have. They are of a lovely section of the great and popular AniaryHis family. For pot culture plant three or four in a 5 or fi-mch pot and they will bloom beautifully. For the garden plant in spring and lift them in tin- fall, like Gladiolus. We offer here several new sorts of great beauty, which makes a col- lection of 8 superb kind*. Those who plant them, either in pots or the open ground, will he delighted with them. Rosea—Beautiful clear rose: flowers large and very handsome. One of the oldest best; blooms all summer. Sulphurea—(Giant Flowered). This produces flowers as large as large Ama- rvllis. and on stems 15 to 24 inches in height. One of the clearest and finest shades of yellow we ever saw. The shape of the flower is perfection itself. It is one of the choicest gems in the bulb line. Atamasco—This is, in all respects, much like Rosea, except In color, which is pure white. Flowers large and very beautiful. A cheap but magnificent sort. Floribunda-It bears its flowers usuallv in pairs, two on one stem. It is very beautiful, being of a rich golden yellow, and exceedingly sweet-scented, its perfume being unlike any other flower we ever saw. Candida—Pure white and a very free bloomer. Andersoni—A little beauty, its flowers being smallor than the others; beautiful tulip-shaped, and orange yellow in color, new sort with light pink or blush tinted flowers. ery free flowering Zephyranthes of great beauty. Fine white, tinged red outside. Price. 5c. each; the 8 for SOc.; S each of the 8 for SOc. Any sort at hoc. per dozen.

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