Image from page 62 of “Seeds, bulbs, plants” (1908)

Identifier: seedsbulbsplants1908wwba
Title: Seeds, bulbs, plants
Year: 1908 (1900s)
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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n the fall. The large, saucer-shaped flowers are of abeautiful yellow, orange or white, the foliage is finely cut,giving the plants an Exceedingly showy appearance. Onefoot. H.A. EVERLASTING FLOWERS. We group these under one head for convenience of ordering. EVERLASTINGS, so called, take their name from the factthat their flowers, cut when in full bloom and dried inthe shade, retain their form for years thereafter. ExceptGomphrena, which is tender, requiring heat to start intogrowth, all may be sown out of doors in any good garden soil.2657. Acroclinium, rose and white. 2662. Gomphrena, red, clover-like heads. 2663. Helichrysum, mixed, these flowers can be dyed to anydesired color. Splendid for bouquets. 2664. Silver Ball, double white. 2665. Helipterum, yellow.2666. Rhodanthe, various colors, white, pink, etc. 2671. Xeranthemum, purple and white. Form and color retained longest of all. Grows in any kind of soil.Any of above, Pkt., 5c. 1 of each, 7 for 25c. F0RGET=ME=N0T, or Myosotis.

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ESCHSCHOLTZIA. 2646. Golden West, light orange Pkt., 5c. 2651. Mandarin, scarlet and orange Pkt., 5c. 2652. Rose, large carmine flowers Pkt., 5c. 2653. Single, several colors in mixture Pkt., 5c. 2655. Double, several colors in mixture Pkt., 5c. Hunnemannia, or Bush Eschscholtzia. Showy, yellow, tulip-shaped flowers on long, stiff stems.The cut flowers in water remain fresh several days.2641. Hunnemannia, bright yellow Pkt., 5c.

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