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Image from page 34 of “Dreer’s market gardeners’ wholesale price list : reliable vegetable seeds, flower seeds, garden requisites, implements, insecticides, etc” (1915)
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Title: Dreer’s market gardeners’ wholesale price list : reliable vegetable seeds, flower seeds, garden requisites, implements, insecticides, etc
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Henry A. Dreer (Firm) Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Vegetable gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Seeds Catalogs
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Henry A. Dreer
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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d many more aregrown for their flowers. Cheap grades are likely to prove largelysingle. Ours are grown specially for us by an expert, and willproduce over 90 per cent, double flowers. Tr. pkt. Oz. Blood red 40 50 Canary yellow 40 2 50 Bright rose 40 2 50 Light blue 40 2 50 Purple 40 2 50 Pure white 40 2 50 Finest mixed 30 2 00 Verbenas. We take special pains with our strain of Mammoth Verbenas.Should be sown early to get nice plants in time for spring sales. Trade pkt. Oz.Dreers Mammoth. Pink, purple, blue, scarlet, white or striped 30 60 Dreers Mammoth. Finest Mixed. All colors … 25 1 00 Hybrida Fine Mixed. Good quality 15 60 Zinnia (Youth and Old Age). There is always a good demand for plants of these in the spring-and as cut flowers through the summer they are invaluable. Trade pkt. Oz. Improved Dwarf Double. In separate colors 10 40 Finest mixed 10 25 Giant Double. Immense flowers. Mixed colors .20 75Red-Riding-Hood A dwarf compact sort, with small double red flowers 15 50

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ORCHID-FLOWERED SWEET PEAS Sweet Peas The following list is the very finest sorts for cut flowers. Forcomplete list see our Garden Book for 1915. Orchi(i=flowered Sweet Peas. Oz. /4.1b. Lb. Apple Blossom Spencer. Rose and pink 15 50 75 Blanche Ferry Spencer. Pink and white .15 50 1 75 Countess Spencer. A lovely clear pink 15 50 1 75Florence Morse Spencer. Delicate blush, pink margin 15 50 1 75 Frank Dolby. Pale lavender 10 30 1 00 George Herbert. Rich rose-carmine 15 50 1 75 Gladys Lnwin. Charming pale rose-pink 10 30 1 00 King Edward Spencer. Crimson-scarlet . 15 50 1 75 Mrs. Routzahn Spencer. Soft chamois pink 15 50 1 75 Mrs. Walter Wright Spencer. Deep mauve 20 60 2 00 Nora Lnwin. A magnificent white 10 30 1 00 Primrose Spencer. Primrose-yellow 15 50 1 75 Prince of Wales Spencer. Brilliant rose 20 60 2 00 White Spencer. A pure white, of largest size 15 50 1 75 Orchid=flowered Mixed. All colors 15 40 1 50 Standard Varieties of Sweet Peas. /4-lb. Lb. Blanche Ferry. Pink and white

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Image from page 721 of “The orchid-grower’s manual : containing descriptions of the best species and varieties of orchidaceous plants” (1885)
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Title: The orchid-grower’s manual : containing descriptions of the best species and varieties of orchidaceous plants
Year: 1885 (1880s)
Authors: Williams, Benjamin Samuel, 1822-1890
Subjects: Orchids
Publisher: London : Victoria and Paradise Nurseries
Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System
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e flower scape is short, pendulous, bearing a dense racemeof nine or ten unspotted yellow flowers, which have the smellof bruised juniper leaves, only more aromatic. It blooms inJune or July.—Central America. YlG.—Boi. Reg., t. 1953. P. elata, Hook.—A noble free-grow-ing plant, with large broadly ovatepseudobulbs, surmounted by three tofive light green plaited lance-shapedleaves three to four feet high. Theflower scapes are erect, three to fivefeet in height, bearing a long racemeof white waxy almost globose flowers.The central parts of each flower pre-sent a very striking resemblance to thefigure of a dove, whence it is called inthe vernacular, JEl Spirito Santo. Thisplant usually flowers in July, August,and September, and continues bloom-ing for two months when the growthsPERisTERiA ELATA. are stroug.—Panama. Tig.—Bot. Mag., t. 3116 ; Jennings, Orcli., t. 44. P. guttata, Knoxdes and Westc.—A curious species whichproduces short pendent scapes bearing dense racemes of dull

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PESCATOREA. 513 salinon-red flowers, which are copiously marked on bothsarfaces with reddish purple or maroon spots, and whichhave an agreeable aromatic resinous odour. The pendulousflower spikes hang over the edge of the pot; it blooms inSeptember, lastuig two or three weeks in perfection.—Deinerara.FiG.— Knoioles and Westc, Floral Cab , t. 70. P. pendula, Hook.—A handsome species, with oblong-ovatefarrowed pseudobulbs, bearing three or four lanceolate nervosaleaves, and a short pendulous scape from the base of the bulb,bearing a close-set raceme of about five globose flowers, whichare of a blush-tinted yellowish colour thickly sprinkled withpurple dots, the hp dingy white spotted with purple, its diskbearing a thick elevated crest, and the anterior lobe deeply-grooved with a recurved apex.—Demeram. FiG.—Bot. Mag., t. 3479. PeSCATOEEA, Eeichcnbach fil.{Tribe Vandese, subtribe Cyrtcpodeaj.) This genus consists of epiphytal plants scarcely forming;,pseudobulbs, but having bol

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