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Title : Catalog of hardy perennials shrubs, vines, roses, hedge plants evergreen trees small fruits and garden roots with illustrations and comments: no. 1

Authors : J. T. Lovett Company; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog

Subjects : Trees Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Plants Catalogs; Horticulture Catalogs; Perennials Catalogs; Fruit Catalogs; Shrubs Catalogs; Commercial catalogs New Jersey Little Silver

Publisher : Little Silver, N. J .: J. T. Lovett

Contributing Library : U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

Digitizing Sponsor : U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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Tr'tnjnn Pfnzpri PFITZERI. EvEEELOOMIXG Ilame Flowee.-Re- markable for the large size of its flower heads and for its early, free and continuous-blooming habit. It is the greatest bloomer of the family, throwing up constantly, throughout the summer and autumn, stout stems from three to four feet high, crowned with large spikes or heads of a rich, vivid orange-scarlet; producing a gorge-ous blaze of color, when massed in the border or on the lawn, that is truly startling. It is sword-shaped foliage, and is an admirable plant for the foreground of shrubbery or for any situation where bright color is desired. Needs protection in winter. (See cut.) Each, 15c; dox, $ 1.50; 100, $ 10.00. UVARIA GRANDIFLORA.-The old-fashioned pop- ular variety. Flowers are rich ocher and bright red, shading to salmon pink and are borne in large, full, dense spikes on stems three to five feet high. Each, 12c; dox, $ 1.25; 100, $ 8.00. TANACETUM. HURONENSE (Elegans Balsamita). Bible Leap OR CosTiiAEY. (3 feet.) - Of erect.Towth with many branched stems; and both stems and leaves are silvery white, thickly covered with velvety cown. The flowers are citron-yellow and are borne in larger heads than those of T. vulgaris. By reason of the leaves emitting a pleasant odor and their beauty, they were in olden time, used for book marks, hence the name. VULGARIS. Taxst. (3 feet.) - Very pretty fern-Uke foliage and heads of yellow flowers during summer. Each, 12c; dozen, $ 1.25. VERNONIA. Irox Weed. NOVEBORACENSIS GamesU). (5 feet) -A showy native, excellent tor planting with shrubbery and for grouping at the back of the border. Produces, from August to October, large heads of rich deep purple flowers. Of strong growth; prefers a moist situation. Each, 12c; dox, $ 1.25; 100, $ 8.00.

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