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The Conard and Jones Co. roses 1923 (1923) (20056521303)

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The Conard and Jones Co. roses 1923 (1923) (20056521303)

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Title: The Conard & Jones Co. roses 1923
Identifier: conardjonescoros1923cona (find matches)
Year: 1923 (1920s)
Authors: Conard & Jones Co. (West Grove, Pa. ); Conard & Jones Co. (West Grove, Pa. ); Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Rose culture; Roses; Fruit Seeds Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental 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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sMrs. Pierre S. du Pont The Newest and Finest Pink Canna ORIGINATED AND INTRODUCED BY The Conard & Jones Co. ROBERT PYLE, President ANTOINE WINTZER, Vice-President WEST GROVE, PA.
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This new Canna surpasses all other pink varieties. The color, a vivid watermelon- pink, is exceedingly rich and attractive. Although the single flowers are very large and form immense heads, each petal is so firm that the blooms always open perfectly and do not wilt in the hot summer sun. The wavy or crinkled edge to the petals is a new de- parture in Cannas. The flower- stems are strong and upright, holding the heads well above the healthy, green foliage. Note the row of Mrs. Pierre S. du Pont Cannas, where Mr. Wintzer, the origina- tor, is seen considering the beauty of one of the ex- quisite heads of bloom. A , strong free blooming ; Canna with practically jp everything in its favor. Makes beautiful specimen plants. PRICE: Strong Potted Plants, ready May 1, $5 each, 6 for $27.50, 12 for $50, postpaid 28

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