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Flowers and vegetables for 1920 springtime (1920) (14579707818)

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Flowers and vegetables for 1920 springtime (1920) (14579707818)

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Identifier: flowersvegetable19miss_2 (find matches)
Title: Flowers & vegetables for 1920 springtime
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Miss Mary E. Martin (Firm) Miss Mary E. Martin (Firm) Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Catalogs Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs
Publisher: Floral Park, N.Y. : Miss Mary E. Martin
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library



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Cypress Vine, Scarlet, This is a most beautiful andartistic vine. The trembling foli.age, thickly covered with brightscarlet flowers, gives the planta charming scintillating effect. Packet, Sc. ^♦^ixsd colcrg,, laecketc S^c Centrosema Grandiflpra^ ( Butterfly Pea,) A hardy perennial vine -of rarebeauty, which blooms in July frontseed sown in April, and bears in great iprofusion inverted pea-shaped flowers^ranging in color from a rosy violet to areddish purple, with a bro^d, featherfwhite marking throtigb. tbi vsafc©.?. I MISS MARY E. MARTIN, FLORAL PARK, NEW YORK 11
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^ew Giant Early Flowering Cosmos. These new hybrids originated in California. Theybloom from one to two months sooner than the ordinarykinds.These g-iant flowers are surpassingly beautihil,measuring 4-^ to5 inches across. Some are shapedlike single Camellias, bi.t larger and more beautiful;some of the crimson ones could almost be taken forsingle Dahlias; white ones have plaited petals,prettily fringed. Packet, c.11 cclors, 10c,; 3 packets New Cosmos lA/hil-o I nr1\f T t>nnv ^^ ^^st we have the whiteWniie M^aay l^enOX, variety of our famous cos-mos, Lady Lenox, and we must give credit to this lovely flower.Size of Flower, four to five inches in diameter, which is aboutthree times larger than the ordinary Cosmos. 15c. per packet.2 for 25c. Pinh F nrlv I t>nny The lovely shell pink coloredriTlH. M^UUy i^cnux, flowers measure three and ahalf to four and a half inches across, and are borne on longstiff stems. 15c. per packet, 2 for 25c. Cosmos * Crimson Ray. The petals arenarrow and

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