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Image from page 504 of “The Gardeners’ chronicle : a weekly illustrated journal of horticulture and allied subjects” (1874)
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Title: The Gardeners’ chronicle : a weekly illustrated journal of horticulture and allied subjects
Year: 1874 (1870s)
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Subjects: Ornamental horticulture Horticulture Plants, Ornamental Gardening
Publisher: London : [Gardeners Chronicle]
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
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Thoroughly Practical Hothouse Builders and Heating Engineers.Glasshouses of every description, in Wood or Iron, erected inany part of the kingdom. First-class workmanship and thevesy best materials at the lowest possible prices. Price Lists, Plans, and Estimates Free. BOULTON&PAUL, HORTICULTURAL ?Nm-RTlt7Tr<1T BUILDERS, JNOxlWH-Ji.

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Cash Prices, Carriage and Packing FREE. £2 0 0 3 0 0 1 5 0 5 10 0 6 15 0 8 0 0 No. 75.—MELON & CUCUMBER FRAMES A large stock of the Frames ready, made of the most durablered deal, nnd are the best to be had. The Frames are of I^ inchboards. 24 inches high at back, and 13 inches high in front,bolted at the corners, easily taken to pieces if reijuired. TheLights are 2 inches thick, with iron bar across, and one handleat the top. Glazed with best English 21-oz. glass and paintedfour coats. Leui^th. Width. 1 Light Frame, 4 ft. by 6 ft.Nii M » 8 „ by 6 „ 3 „ „ 12 „ by 6 „ 4 „ „ 16 „ br 6 „ 5 „ „ 20 „ by 6 „ 6 „ „ 24 „ by 6 , J CARRIAGE paid to any station in England and Wales.Also to Dublin, Cork, Londonderry. Glasgow, and Edin-burgh, or stations equivalent. CATALOGUES POST FREE. ORCHID BASKETS, RAFTS, BOATS, AND CYLINDERS, AND ALL GARDEN SUNDRIES. SF.I^D FOR A PRICE LIST from the Largest Manufacturer in the Trade, H. G. SMYTH, 21, GOLDSMITH STREET

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Image from page 195 of “The Gardeners’ chronicle : a weekly illustrated journal of horticulture and allied subjects” (1874)
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Identifier: gardenerschronic336lond
Title: The Gardeners’ chronicle : a weekly illustrated journal of horticulture and allied subjects
Year: 1874 (1870s)
Authors:
Subjects: Ornamental horticulture Horticulture Plants, Ornamental Gardening
Publisher: London : [Gardeners Chronicle]
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
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usua ly five ovi-tcleaflets, varying from 2 to 5 inches in length;the inflorescences are produced both on the old.and new growths ; the papilionaceous flowers are-borne on a loose raceme, which is from 9 to 15inches in length, the inflorescence very much,resembling that of a Lonchocarpus. The flowers. September 3, inoi. THE GARDENERS CHRONICLE. 163 are white and sweetly-scented, rather less thanJ-inoh in length. The slender iJedicel and thecalyx are brown-red in colour, making a prettycontrast with the white corolla. It is a native ofthe province of Kwangtung, China, and is figuredin Icones Plantanim, t. 1771. A plate is also being?pTepsv^d (ov the Botanical Magaiine. The genus Angk«:cdm Eichlerianum, Krdnzlin.This fine Tropical West African species has justflowered freely in the warm Orchid-house. Theplant is a large specimen with seven growths,some of which are 3 feet in length ; the leavesare leathery, each measuring about 5 inches inlencth and 2 inches in breadth. The plant is

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Tic. 65.—ieis sof.yrana v.\r m.\gnifica gecwing in mp. .sieiie IX MEESIX.i. (SEE P. IQ-J.) NlKSERY at the Royal Horticultural Societys meeting onAugust 9. The plant is figured in the BotanicalMagazine, t. 7813. KOMNETA TRICHOCALTX. This new species has been in flower for thepast two months in a recess outside the Palm-house. It is the first time it has flowered atKew, and the early date of its flowering is due tothe protection afforded by its sheltered position.In addition to this an old light was placed over itduring the winter. The seeds were sent to Kewby Miss A. Eastwood, Academy of Science, SanFrancisco, in November, 1902. They weresown at once, and the young plants, after beingwintered in a cold frame, were planted in theirpresent position in the spring of last year. Theyare now 5 feet high, and have a diameter ofabout 3 feet. These dimensions show that thespecies is a very fi-ee grower, and it is certainlyvery free in flowering, probably more so than thewell-known K. Coulteri

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Image from page 88 of “Garden flower and field seeds 1902” (1902)
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Title: Garden flower and field seeds 1902
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: W.W. Barnard & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Barnard
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rs. Each,15c; 3 for 40c. fiyacintbus £an<Jican$ . Luxuriant, free-growing, sum-mer-flowering plant, with flowerstems 3 to 4 ft. high, bearingfrom 20 to 30 pure white bell-shaped flowers. Oan be usedwith good effect planted amongGladiolus. Each, 6c; 3 for 15c-doz., 55c. SUMMER FLOWERING BULBS. 83 The Best CANNAS in Cultivation. IMPROVEMENTS made in the CANNA during the past few years in form o( flower and diversity of coloring, place this plant decidedly at the head of all others used for bedding purposes,the mo otony of beds of Geraniums, Verbenas, Pansies. etc. Those who admire something choice on the lawn and to varys well as for pot plants in the house in winter, will find their tastes gratified by cultivating Cannas. Do not set them out until ground « quite warm Orders will be filled with dormant roots until April 20th. After that date w th s^ed plants,coming summer, and in winter also if lifted and potted before frost has touched the plants .n the autumn. All should bloom the

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6 SELECTED NEW CANNAS. DEFENDKR. 3 to 3% feet. An early and profuse bloomer, Among the best of the splashed and striped varieties. Color. clear yellow splashed with bright scarlet.DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH. 4 feet. Deep green foliage. Flowers dark crimson, rich and velvety. Makes a close head and very large buds.GOLDEN flOON. 2l/2 feet. Light green foliage. Rich, golden-yellow; large truss and flower; prof use bloomer.MLLB. BERAT. 4 feet. Green foliage. Flowers soft, rosy carmine, closely approaching to pink. Plant it with bright reds and yellows for contrast.PRESIDENT ncKlNLEY. 2 to 2% feet. Deep green foliage. Flowers crimson with scarlet shading. One of the best.SAM TRELEASE. 3 feet. Green foliage. Flower almost pure scarlet. Its large petals open out flat, forming a large, nearly perfect circular flower. PRICE: MSLLE. BERAT WELL=KNOWN CANNAS. . Each, 15c; 3 for 40c; 1 each of the 6 for 75c, postpaid. GIANT ORCHID=FLOWERED ….CArNINAS

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