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Spring catalogue of new and beautiful plants (1873) (14784984225)

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Spring catalogue of new and beautiful plants (1873) (14784984225)

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Title: Spring catalogue of new and beautiful plants
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Hanford, R. G Columbus Nursery Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nursery stock Catalogs Plants, Ornamental Catalogs Flowers Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Nursery stock Plants, Ornamental Flowers Seeds
Publisher: Columbus, Oh. : Columbus Nursery
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library



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e flowers. Price 30 cents each. Funkia Alba Odora—White Day Lily. A herbaceous plant of great beauty; it grows about a foot high, writh luxuriantyellowish green foliage of large size, and produces in June and July, large pure whiteflowers of a delicious odor; it thrives best in partial shade, and although perfectlyhardy, is much benefitted by being slightly protected with leaves or litter in winter.Price 50 cents each. 16 Catalogue of the Yucca Fillamentosa. A very showy evergreen plant, perfectly hardy, thriving in any good garden soil,foliage twelve to eighteen inches long, resembles the palm or aloe ; flower stems at-tain the hight of five or six feet, covered nearly the entire length with bell-shapedcreamy-white flowers ; in bloom a long time. Strong flowering plants 50 cents each. Canna Discolor. An elegant plant for lawns or the center of large beds ; foliage very large, beanti-fully veined with purple ; grows six to eight feet high, and is very ornamental. Price35 cents each.
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Abutilon Thompsonii. This beautiful variegated foliage plant has been pronounced one of the prettiestand most noted plants of the season. The ground color of the leaf is a bright green,which is shaded and mottled with yellow, having in many casps quite the appear-ance of mosaic work. It is of fine growth and easy culture, suitable either for thegarden or conservatory. Price 25 cents each. Double Feverfew. A well-known double white daisy-like flower; flowering in the summer months.Price 20 cents each ; $2 per dozen. Torrenia Asiatica. A pretty plant for hanging baskets in sheltered and shady situations; it has tubeshaped flowers about an inch long, of a rich shade of purple. Price 25 cents each. Columbus Nurs ery. 17 NieremTwrgia Frutescens. This new variety forms a very graceful rounded little plant; its upright stemsbranching at the top in every direction, and throwing out a profusion of thread-likedrooping branchlets, covered from May to October with pretty white and purpleflowers o

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