Image from page 56 of “Seeds, bulbs, shrubs : catalogue 1914” (1914)

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Identifier: seedsbulbsshrubs1914wwba
Title: Seeds, bulbs, shrubs : catalogue 1914
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: W.W. Barnard & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Fruit Seeds Catalogs Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Barnard
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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sfrom July until frost.Beautiful featheryfoliage. Grows bushy,about 2 ft. high 5 3166 ICE PLANT. H. A. Of drooping habit. Use-ful in baskets andvases. Has peculiarleaves covered withsmall watery postules 5 IMPATIENS Z^zibarBalsam G. P. 1 foot. Valuable forpot culture as well as bedding.The delicate flowers are verypretty and constantly in bloom.3155 Holstli. Vermillion 10 3160 Sultani. Bright rose.. 10 3161 Sultani Hybrida, mixed 10 IPOMOEA (Moon Flower) Tall-growing annual climbers,related to the family of IMorn-ing Glories. As Moonflowerplants have dense foliage, theyare useful to cover trellis work,verandas, etc. Plant seeds out-of-doors when warm weathersets in. .Soak them first.3326 White Hybrid. Itslarge white flowersexpand in the eveningand remain open un-til the following day. 5 3323 Pink Hybrid 3325 Heavenly Blue. Blooms in the forenoon. Pure blue with ayellow throat 3324 Bona Nox (Good Night). Its large lilac flowers expand inthe night 3336 Northern Light. Blooms early; pink

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ANNUAL LARKSPUR LARKSPUR^ GIANT HYACINTH FLOWERED Giant Hyacinth Flowered Larkspurs 2834. The plants grow 2 to 3 ft. high. Theflowers very strongly resemble those of a Hya-cinth, hence the name. Colors, white, flesh-tinted, lavender, and blue in mixture. Easy tocultivate, but seed should be sown where theplants are to bloom. Mixed colors. J4 oz.,15c; pkt., 5c. 3168 JERUSALEM CHERRY. A fa- vorite house plant. Dark-green leaves and red berries 3167 JOBS TEARS. A. 2 ft. Broad,corn-like leaves and hard,shiny seeds… .Oz., 10c 3169 KOCHIA Tricophila H. H. A. 2 to 3 ft. Makesa pyramidal-shaped cypress-like bush with feathery, light-green foliage, deepening un-til it becomes a lovely crim-son hue about September.Excellent for hedges alonggarden walks 3170 KUDZU VINE (Jack and the Bean Stalk). An extremelyfast-growing, hardy vine. Itslarge, bright-green leavesmake dense shade. Bearsrosy-purple pea-shaped flow-ers toward the end of Au-gust oz. 15c..

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