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New floral guide - autumn 1909 (1909) (14577050888)


New floral guide - autumn 1909 (1909) (14577050888)



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Title: New floral guide : autumn 1909
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Conard & Jones Co. (West Grove, Pa.) Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nursery stock Catalogs Plants, Ornamental Catalogs Bulbs (Plants) Seeds Catalogs Roses Catalogs Fruit Seeds Catalogs
Publisher: West Grove, Pa. : Conard & Jones Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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Primula Sinensis Fimbriata (Fringed ChinesePrimrose) NOTE—All Primroses require 4 or 5=inch pots and goodrich earth, and when kept in a moderately cool room willbloom nearly all the time. OFFER No. 32a—3 above Primroses, 40c., postpaid New Floral Guide, Autumn, 1909 33 NOTICE.
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Winter Bloom WE AEE LEADING ROSEGROWERS and claim to grow *TheBest Roses in America. Roses are our greatspecialty. We grow them by the hundreds of thou-sands, and offer in our Spring Guide, issued in Jan-uary, all the newest and choicest varieties in one,two, and three-year sizes, but in this, our AutumnGuide, we offer a short list of the best Pot Rosesfor Winter bloom in the house or conser-vatory. On the two pages following is aselection of the finest two and three-yearHardy Dormant Roses for Fall and earlySpring planting in the open ground.When Spring comes and you are done withRoses in the house and conservatory, theycan be planted at once in the garden orflower bed, where they should bloom allSummer and Fall. These are all choicewell-tried sorts and good for either houseculture or garden planting. Cultural direc-tions will be sent on request. Please Remember f^f ^il^tfo/^ repotted plants, in best condition to bloomquickly and give plenty of lovely buds andflowers all Winter. But





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