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SPRING, 1906 



Descriptive Catalogue 



OF 



Vegetable, Flower, and 
Agricultural Seeds 
Bulbs, Plants, Tools, and 

Horticultural Requisites 

New Yokk, January, 190G. 

IN issuing our General Catalogue for the current year, we desire to thank those who have given us their support in (he 
pasl, and I rust that the custom extended to us last year will again bo accorded to us. From those who have not 
favored us with their patronage we respectfully solicit a trial, which we are sure will lead to further business. All orders 
entrusted to us will have our prompt and personal attention. 



REGISTER OF GARDENERS AND FARMERS 

We have at all times upon our Register (he names of competent 
Gardener, Under Gardener or Farm Manager. Ladies and Gentlemen 
particulars, when we will be pleased to make selections 



n, qualified either to 
lemen requiring help 
d i ffe rent req u i re m e n t 



All the situation of Head 
'o capacity will please send 
'or all correspondents. 



Weeber & Do 
any seeds, bulbs 
does not accept i 



ABOUT WARRANTING SEEDS 



they send Out, ami 
)ii these terms, they : 



nplied, as to description, quality, productiveness or any other matter ol 
they will not be in any way responsible for the crop. If the purchaser 
•e at onee to be returned.— W. & D. 



HORTICULTURAL BOOKS 



American Dairying 

American Gardens 

Asparagus Culture 

An Egg harm 

Bonk of the farm 

Cabbage 

Cyclopedia of American Horliculture 

Farm Implements and Machinery 

Fertilizers .... 

Forage Crops other than Grasses 

Fruit Garden 

Fumigation Methods 

Gjrden and Farm Tobies 

Gardening for Pleasure 

Gardeninq for Profit 

Grape Culturist 

Grape Growers' Guide 

Grasses and Forage Plants 

Mand-Book of Plants 

Hardy Perennials 

How the Farm Pays 



Insects of the Farm and Garden. 

Landscape Gardening 

Land Draining 

Lilies, and Their Culture 

Mushrooms, Culture of 

Mushroom Pamphlet; How to Grow 
Ornamental Gardening 

Peach Culture 

Pear Culture 

Play and Profit in my Garden 

Practical Floriculture 

Practical Forestry 

Practical Poultry Keeper 

Rose Culture 

Success in Market Gardening 

Small Frcits 

The Nut < nihil is . Illustrated 

Violet Culture (Commercial) 

Your Plants, and Mow to GrowThem 



..Treat 

..Kemp 

..Miles 

..Dr. Wallace... 
W in. Falcone] 
Mushrooms 

Long 

. Moller 

.Fulton 

E. P. Roe' !!! 
..Henderson.... 

S. Fuller 

.Wright 

.Ellwanger 

W. W. Khwso 
.Hills 

A. S. Fuller... 

Galloway 

. Sheelian 



SEED MERCHANTS 
AND GROWERS . . . 



WEEBER & DON, 

1 1 4 Chambers Street, New York 



Telephone, No. 2766 Cortlandt 



VEGETABLE SEED 

Novelties and Specialties 




BEET Crimson Globe 



: Bet 



: of 



BLACK VALENTINE BEANS 

BEAN 

Black Valentine 

A splendid new Bean. It resembles the 
old red Valentine in all its best points. 
The puds are round, very fleshy and 
absolutely stringlcss. For late planting 
this is a most valuable bean. Also 
very tine for forcing. Pt. 15c., tjt. 30c, 
peck $2.00. 

BEAN Bountiful 

For private use this Bush Bean ha s 
no equal. Tile pods are of a rich orwn 
color, thick, long and very uuifofli.. . 
immense cropper and perfectly striugles 
Pt. 15c, qt. 30c, peck $2.00.' 



An extra fine early table 
family round, and of a deep crimson color throughout. 
It has verv small tap roots, is sweet, tender and a good 
eper. r'kt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. 60c 

BEET 

Extra Early Electric 

A -very early round turnip Beet. The flesh is fine 
filled, tender, and flavor delicious. Color rich red- 
ged crimson. A splendid table variety. Pkt. 5c, 
I0c, Vi lb. 25c, lb. 70c. 

CARROT 

W. e* D.'s Half Long Forcing 

This new half-long forcing Carrot is of medium size, 
of dark orange color, with very little core. The shape is 
perfect and has very small tops, making it desirable for 
forcing or growing in frames. It is also a good varietv 
for outside planting. Pkt. 10c, oz. 20c, % lb. 50c, 
lb. $2.00. 

CAULIFLOWER 

W. £> D.'s First and Best 

This is the earliest of all Cauliflowers. For forcing 
under glass during winter ami spring, first and Best 
is peculiarly well adapted, from its dwarf growth ami 
short outer leaves, and for this purpose no other Cauli- 
flower is now so largely grown. Pkt. 50c, >4 oz. $2.50, 
oz. $8.00. 



An 



BEAN 



Ne Plus Ultra 

A very early variety with green flat 
pods. Fine for forcing purposes, l't- 15c, 
qt. 30c, peck $2.00. 




;T OAliLIFLOWEH 



Novelties in Vegetable Seeds 




WEEBER & DON 



SWEET CORN 

The Don 



This Sweet Corn is 
on the market but a fc 
to all other early softs. It 
ear* measuring' from 8 to 11 
are pure w hite, sweet and tend 
rows on each col). Our prival 
l^rge size, earliness and produ 
Pt. 15c, tjt. 25c, peck $1.50. 



m para lively new, having been 
years, and has proved superior 
liyas the Corv, with 
lies long. Theg-ri 



g.n 



l 10 to 1 2 
:rs claim that for 
it has no equal. 



CUCUMBER 

Cumberland 



A splendid variety lb 



r pickling or table use. The vines 
are strong, vigorous and very productive. Fruit of a 
light green color, thickly set and exceptionally straight, 
with fine spines over the entire surface. Flesh solid, 
crisp and tender. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. V\- lb. GOc, lb. $2.00. 

CUCUMBER 

Bennett'* White Sbine 

This strain grows from 7 to 10 inches long, propor- 
tionately thick throughout. It is a week earlier than the 
White Spine, and retains its dark green color mu< 
longer, rkt, 5c, oz, 15c, % lb. 50c, II). $1.50. 

ONION 

llardy White Winter 



This is the earl 
iornis small, flat i 
5c, oz. 25c, !4 ib 



st and the hardiest variety known ; it 
ots and is excellent for pickling. Pkt. 
l5c, lb. $2.00. 



LETTUCE 

Iceberg 



Handsome variety with very solid heads, leaves 
curving in, and keeping center well blanched. Stands 
the heat: well and does -not run to seed. Always crisp 
and tender. Pkt. 10c, oz. 50c. 

LETTUCE 

May King 

An early outdoor variety and a good forcer. The 
beads arc globe-shaped, large and solid; leaves yel- 
lowish green with brown tinge, crisp and tender. 
Pkt. 10c, oz. 50c, hi lb. $1.50. 




IN"G LETTOOE 



Prizetaker 

inous size, cxcel- 
d keeper. Favorite variety for 
20c, V4 lb. 60 c 




ONION, PltlZETAEER 



WEEBER & DON 




Novelties in Vegetable Seeds 

POTATO 

W. £» D.'s Ash leaf 
Kidney 



This potato 
I for croi 



al.it 
mid 



lie tubers 
iK'lined to 
alia handsome 
The skin and fles 
smooth, with fe 
when cool 



appea 



firm 
id of 
nd uncqualed 
g or frame work 
o. LI). 12c„ 10 
. $i>.00. 



PEA 



Dwarf Telebhone, or Daisy 

A dwarf variety of the well-known Telephone, growing 
nlv about 2 feet. Pods extra long, measuring from 1 
o 5 inches, curved at the end and tilled with large Teas 
if a beautiful green color. Pt. 15c, qt. 30c., peck $2.00. 



PEA Gradus 



This Pea ripens with our Xew York Market, and is the 
most distinct Farlv Pea vet introduced. 2Vs feet. Pt. 
25c, qt. 50c, peck $-t.00. ' 

PEA 

New York Market 

This is the finest round white Extra Early Pea offered. 
The pods are of a dark green color and are produced in 
immense quantities. For earliness it is a week ahead of 
rill that class of Peas, and as the pods fill very evenly, 
the whole crop can be cleared off at two pickings. 2V 2 
fect. Pt. 15c, qt. 30c, peck $1.75. 




POTATO 

Noroton Beauty 

The introducers claim that this new Potato is the 



most product i 
tubers are round, very unifi 
white, slightly splashed pia'1 
cooked it is pure white, dry a 
a "food keeper and a heavy c 
$+.00, bbl. $S.00. 



iety yet offered. The 
nn in size and shape, skin 
with pinkish eyes: when 
id of excellent flavor. It is 
opper. Peck $1.25, bush. 



GIANT (HIJISON FOHCINO UADISH 




TOMATO 

Livingston's New Globe 



New and distinct 
with verv few seed 
The fruit is borne in clue 
feelly formed globe-sha| 
Lug on stakes or trcllisi 
I'kl. 20c. 



Th 



fruit : 
glos 
'>f i'n 



e, firm and solid, 
■ rose, tinged purple, 
n three to seven pen- 

: found verv valuable. 



RADISH 



Ciant Crimson forcing 

This new forcing Turnip Radish is of a beautiful, deep 
crimson color, grows more than double the size of Other 
forcing varieties without getting pithy or hollow. Flesh 
pure white, remaining linn, crisp and tender to the verv 
last. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, 'i lb. 40c, lb. $1.25. 



Novelties in Vegetable Seeds and Sundries 



WEEBER & DON 




"THE DON " TOMATO 



THE DON TOMATO 

New Extra Early forcing 

This new Tomato is remarkable for its bearing quart 
1 ies, plants forming 3 to 6 stalks, and averaging in height 
6 to 7 feet, with comparatively very little foliage, hie 
plants are eovered with clusters of fruit, averaging from 
5 to 9 Tomatoes in each cluster bearing right down to 
the bottom of thestem. The fruit is of medium size, some- 
what larger than "Stirling Castle" and is a much 
heavier cropper than that favorite variety. Color dark 
scarlet, very smooth, solid and almost globe shaped. 
For flavor and quality it is unequaled. We consider 
this Tomato the finest forcer yet introduced. It is also 
very valuable for first crop outside planting. In our 
trials last season it was (wo weeks ahead of all the 
others. Per Pkt. 25c. 

TOMATO 

Alice ggoosevelf 

Alice Roosevelt ranks among the earliest Tomatoes 
in cultivation. It is large, verv solid, smooth and fleshy 
The fruits contain very little seed, are of globular shape 
and beautiful scarlet color. Pkt. 25c. 

TOMATO 

W. & D.'s Stirling Castle 

Our Stirling Castle Tomato has proved itself to be one 
>l the finest early Tomatoes ever offered for forcing and 
outdoor planting. The fruit is round, of medium size, 
smooth and almost seedless. Color bright scarlet, ex- 
cellent finality, and a heavy cropper. Pkt. 15c, oz. $1.50. 



"HORSCUM*' 

A preparation for the destruction of the San Jose 
Scale; 1 gallon diluted with water makes 20 gallon." 
for use. Prices: Per epiart -10c, gallon $1.25. For 
larger quantities at $1.00 per gallon. Full directions on 

Pure Culture Mushroom Spawn 

The pure culture method of raising spawn was discov- 
ered by Dr. Duggarin 11)0.", ; since that time ex tensive tesls 
have been made and a company was formed with a view 
of producing il in commercial quantities. Some growers 
were so surprised at their success with the new spawn 
that they carefully concealed it from their neighbors and 
suggested that the production of pure culture spawn be 
curtailed, fearing that by its general use, mushrooms 
would become too plentiful and consequently too cheap 
This objection is not well-founded, however, for the im- 
provement tn I he quality and flavor of the mushroom 
will stimulate the demand to the same extent that the 
demand for fruit has been increased since the grafting 
process has displaced seed planting. In bricks, the finest 
quality, per lb. 15c., 8 lbs. for $1.00. 

K1LLO-SCALE 

A chemical product scientifically prepared for killing 
the San Jose Scale on trees, shrubs, etc. If used accord- 
ing to directions is certain death to the scale, and harm- 
less to the operator. Use 1 gallon to 25 gallons of 
water, and apply with a spray pump, between late fall, 
and until the buds begin to swell in spring. Price pel- 
gallon $1.50, 5 gallons at $1.35 per gallon, 10 gallons 
at $1.25 per gallon, barrel £45 gallons) at $1.00 per 
gallon. 

"Nitrogen Culture 

(Immense Crops Without Fertilizers) 

It has now been proved that worn out and poor land 
can be made productive without Fertilizers, and almost 
without expense. Heretofore Fertilizers have been 
needed to put nitrogen into the soil. Nitrogen is verv 
necessary; plants cannot live without it. The new 
i method is to let nitrogen gathering germs feed the 
| plants. These germs come ready lor ' use in a form 
j called Nitro-Culture, and all that is necessary is to 
sprinkle the seeds with this preparation, before so wing. 
When the seeds begin to sprout the germs fasten to the 
roots, draw the free nitrogen from the air, and feed it to 
the plants. They also enrich the soil, by storing nitro- 
gen in it so that the second year's crop, whatever it mav 
be, is enriched considerably. 

Nitro-Culturecan be supplied to inoculate the follow- 
ing seeds: Altalla, Clovers, Field Peas.Sweet Peas, Garden 
pickaxe' VClCl> ' 1>ca " uts - Priccs: Special garden 

To inoculate seeds for Va acre $1.00 

J" „■ " * 1 £ ....-,„.,. 1*50 

*' ., " " " 3 " ■'-••"r 3.00 

To inoculate seeds for 5 acres and upward at $1.00 
per acre. 

When ordering state kind of seed to be inoculated, 
; as well as number of acres. Pull directions on each 
package. 



Novelties and Specialties in 

FLOWER SEEDS 




l KUCCL1S ASTBH— WUITK 



HERCULES ASTER 

White 

The flowers of this grand novelty may best be com- 
pared with the finest show flowers of the Japanese 
Chrysanthemums. They are borne on stiff stems, are all 
Of tile purest white, with very long curved and twisted 
petals and attain the enormous diameter of 6 to 7 
inches. Excellent for cutting or pot culture. Pkt. 35c. 

f ANCY ASTER 

Canary Yellow 

The petals of this tall double Aster are curled and 
twisted, center florets quilled, of a deep yellow color. 
Pkt. 20c. 



Two Beautiful American Asters 



Purity and Daijhreak 

Extremely handsome. 'IT 
about 18 "inches. The fl 

double to the very center. For cutting purposes there 
are no finer Asters grown, 
Purity. Pure glistening white. Pkt. 10c. 
Daybreak. Rosy shelf pink. Pkt. 10c. 



The plants attain a height of 
lobe-shaped and 





ASTER DAYBREAK 



CINERARIA liAMATA HVERIDA 

CINERARIA RADIATA HYBRIDA 

A new class of Star Cinerarias producing flowers with 
ng narrow petals, turned and twisted in the same 
anner as those of the Cactus Dahlia. All colors are 
presented. Pkt. 50c. 

CHRYSANTHEMUM MAXIMUM 

"King Edward VII." 

This is undoubtedy the finest and handsomest of all 
Chrysanthemum Maximum varieties. The single flowers 
are pure white, yellow centers; large, graceful, and pro- 
duced in countless numbers on long, strong stems, mak- 
ing them valuable for cutting. The plants are perfectly 
hardy and should have a place in cverv garden. 
I'kf."25c. ' 



Novelties in Flower Seeds G WEEBER & DON 



DIANTHUS Laeiniaius Mirabilis 

(Single Fringed Japan Pinks) 

This new- strain of animal pinks grows fcom 12 In 15 
inches in height, with very narrow foliage, and produces 
large flowers of about 3 to 4- inches in diameter. The 
petals of the flowers are deeply cut, turned and twisted 
in all directions, making excellent material for bouquets. 
Finest mixed. Pkt. 25c. 

ESCHSCHOLTZIA 

Carmine King 

The beautiful carmine rose color of the flowers makes 
this new variety a very valuable addition lo the now- 
existing collection of liscbseholtzius, Pkt. 25c. 

Ever-Blooming Hollyhocks 

A Grand Combination Mixture 

Doubles, semi-doubles and singles, including all colors, 
shades and variegations. Flower the first season from 
seed. Sown middle or end of March and put out at the 
beginning of May, the plants bloom in the second half of 
July, about a week later than the biennial race. The 
flowers are just as large as ordinary Hollyhocks and all 
the well-known colors' are represented, Pkt. loo 

MIGNONETTE New York Market 

W. £»0.'s Extra Choice Strain, Indoubtedly this is 
the grandest variety of Miunonctte at the present time. 
Its individual florets are oi large size, form a graceful as 
well as compact spike, and possess a delicious fragrance. 
Pkt. 50c., 14 oz. $2.00. - 




NASTURTIUM, (1IANT PL0WEHIN0 



LARKSPUR Newport scarlet 

Can be treated either as an annual or biennial. Seed 
should be sown as soon as the ground can be worked, 
for early flowering in July. As it does not stand trans- 
planting well, the seed should be sown where the plants 
are intended to flower. Pkt. 2f.c., ti oz. $1.00. 




NICOTIANA SANDEEAE 



Nicotiana Sanderae 

Color bright carmine red. The plant is laden with 
flowers from base to summit— literally ablaze with most 
handsome carmine-red blossoms. ft possesses all the 
I lest qualities of Nicotiana Aftinis, and is decidedly much 
more branching in habit and far more free-flowering. 
The fragrance, while not so powerful as in Nicotiana 
Affinis, is decidedly delicious. Pkt. 15c. 

W. D.'S SELECT GIANT-FLOWERING 
MIXED 

NASTURTIUMS 

We have sold these Nasturtiums for a number of years 
and have received hundreds of unsolicited testiim minis 
from our customers, praising their giant size, profuse 
blooming qualities and remarkable display of colors. We 
have not spared either time or money to firing them to 
their present high standard of perfection. 

Our special mixture is composed of 22 distinct varieties. 

W. £>0.'s Giant -Flowering Dwarf Mixed. Per filet. 
10c, oz. lb. 75c. 

W. D.'s Giant-flowering Tall or Climbing, Mixed. 

Per pkt. 10c, oz. 25c, j£ lb. 75c. 



WEEBER &» DON 



Novelties in Flower Seeds 



PANSV 

American Show 

No strain of this favorite flower ever enjoyed sucli 
popularity, or g&ve such general satisfaction as Ameri- 
can Show, [t embraces a combination of forms, col- 
ors and markings never attained by any oilier ' The 
size, variety, beauty and substance cannot be surpassed 
Pkt. 2oc, Vi 02. $-1.00. 1 

Pansy "Andromeda** 

New Giant Curled 

The elegant habit and remarkable beauty of the flow- 
ers surpass all former introductions in "Pansies. The 
large blooms are of a delicate apple blossom ground 
color, flushed and veined witli lavender blue and rosy 
lilac. Pkt. 50c. 

POPPY 

Single Shirleij 

For beds and borders with a background there is 
nothing more showy than Shirley Poppies; their many 
forms and profusion of bright blooms, which last until 
killed by trost, have made them popular anion"- all 
flower lovers COLLECTION OF 12 DISTINCT 
VARIETIES, $1.50. 





PAJiSX, AMIUtlCAN SHOW 



NEW DWARF SALVIA 

Ball of Fire 

This new varictyforms neat bushes, 
10 to IS inches in height and about 
the same in diameter, and is remark- 
able for its uniform ball or globe- 
shaped growth. The dense, flaming 
scarlet llowei- spikes standelearnhovc 
the foliage. Very valuable forbedding 
purposes. Pkt. 25c. 



SALVIA 

W. i» D.'s Extra Early 
Bush 

This Salvia is two weeks earlier 
than any variety yet introduced; of 
dwarf, bushy and branching habit, 
and when fully developed is a solid 
mass of bloom. Color bright velvety 
scarlet, showing np well above the 
foliage; for massing or bedding pur- 
poses it is unequaled. Pkt. 15c. 



schizanihus Wisetonensis salvia spiindens grandieiora 



The plants of this handsome and striking annual form 
p.vramidnl bushes of about 18 inches in height, covered 
with masses of elegant flowers of various shades of 
white to rose, and white spotted rose to carmine with 
yellow lips, etc. The foliage also is very handsome 
umch like a crested fern. Excellent for pot* Pkt. 25c. ' 



Drooping Spikes 



Undoubtedly the 
The flowers are pr 
spikes to droop by 



tall Salvias, 
causing the 



.■i S ht. Pkt. 10c. 



Novelties in Flower Seeds 



8 



WEEBER & DON 



STOKESIA CYANEA 

Or Cornflower Aster 

This beautiful harrly native plant is of the easiest 
culture blooming the- "first year from seed. The plants 
grqw from IS to 24- inches high and begin flowering in 
Julv, continuing until late in October. Its beautiful 
Centaurea-like blossoms are of a delicate lavender-blue 
color and very valuable for cutting. Pkt. 10c. 




I3ABDY RED SUXFLOWEK 




STOKESIA CYANEA, COBS KI.OWEK ASTER 



Sweet Pea 
"HELEN PIERCE" 

A very striking and distinct noveltv. The color is 
bright blue, mottled on white ground. It does not come 
striped or with any suggestion of stripes, but uniformly 
marbled and peppered, after the style of a gloxinia. The 
flowers arc of remarkably good substance, and last well 
when cut. I'kt 25c. 



Hardy Red Sunflower 



nal i 



The plants of thi 
6 feet high and are verv So 
to 30 gigantic brightredflowersx 
are excellent for cutting, as thc\ 
and last a long time in water." If sown " 
will flower the first season. Pkt. 25c. 



eclty gr 
each be 
ring the 



3 to 
i 20 
nich 



The New Rose 
BABY RAMBLER 

(The Evcr-bloominq Dwarf Crimson Rambler) 



This ucwK 
grown. A mass of bloor 
under glass. Successive 
frost if grown out of dot 
other variety has attai 
height of 2-1- to 30 iuchc 
green and is not atlaeke 
brilliant crimson flowers 
40 and 50, and are in ever 
ins Crimson Rambler. Nc 



)f the 
all thi 



The pla, 



gard't! 



or Large, is complete without t\,„ a i 
old plants 00c. each, $G.0L> per doz. 



likable ever 
ltd if grown 
e ui>til late 
h as- yet no 
grow to a 
glossy dark 
or Fungus. The 
clusters of 30, 
?se of the Climb- 
— latter how small 
Rose. Strong 2-year- 



BA.BS KA3JBLER KOBE 



SELECT LIST OF 

Reliable Vegeta ble Seeds 

Weeber & Don give no warranty, express or implied, as to description, quality, productiveness or any 
other matter of any seeds, bulbs or plants they send out and they will not be in any way responsible for the 
crop. If the purchaser does not accept the goods on these terms, they are at once to be returned.— W, & D. 

Whan seeds are ordered by mail Postage must, be added to catalogue prices at tlie rate ot 8 cents nor pound for 
Seejas, !•> ceulK per quart for Peas and Beans and 10 cents pur quart for Corn. 



ARTICHOKE, GLOBE 

German, AHischoke. French, Artwliaul.. Spanish, Alcachofa. 
One ounce mill produce 500 plaids. 
Sow in light, rich, and rather moist soil, in drills eight or ten inches apart; 
when the plants arc well up, transplant, four or I'm, inches deep, in rows four 
feet apart, and two feet apart, in the rows. Cover with straw during winter. 
J'arge French Globe. Hfine large hoads. Pkt, 10c, oz. 35c. 
French Globe Artichoke Plants. Each K)c, doz. $1.00, 100 §6.00. 

ARTICHOKE, JERUSALEM 

Grown for its tubers, which resemble potatoes, and are cultivated in a sim- 
ilar manner, only the rows should bo at least four feet apart when grown in 
rich soils. 

Large Tubers. Qt. 25c, pk. $1.25, bush. $4.00. 



ASPARAGUS 



German, Spargel French, Aspterge. Spanish, Esparrago. 
One ounce will soib about 50 feel of drill. 
Sow in autumn, or in spring as soon as the soil is in good working con- 
dition. Cultivate during summer, and give the plants a light covering of stable 
litter .hiring winter. Atone or two years, transplant to permanent beds. 
CmiDVcr's Colossal. Tory large, proline and tender. Pkt. 5e., oz. 10c 
% lb. '20c, lb. 50c. 

The Palmetto. A fine variety, producing large green asparagus. Very 
early and adapted to all climates. Pkt, 5c, oz. 10c, ' 4 lb. 20c, lb. 50c. 



ASPARAGUS ROOTS 

A saving of one to two years is affected by planting roofs. 





Those offered below are strong two-year-of 
use or for marketing on a small scale, be 
Jive feet wide, with three rows planted 
middle and one on each side a foot Iron 
between the plants in the rows nine mclu 
Con over's Colossal. Strong two-vea 

80c, 1000 S6.00. 
The Palmetto. Strong two-year-old 
1000 $8.00. 



roots. Per 100 
Per 100 S1.00, 



BEANS 

ENGLISH OR BROAD 

German, Uartenbohne. French, Few (Je Marina. Spanish, ttaba.. 

One quart will plant WO feet of drill. 
Early Mazagan. Very early and hardy. Pt. 20c. qt. 10c. 
Early tern;;- Port. The earliest and must prolillc. Pi. 20c. 
qt. -tdc. 

Broad Windsor. The largest variety grown. Pi:. 20c, 
qt. 40c. 



BUSH LIMA 



of drill, 

apart, tjrppping the 



BCEPEE'3 BUSH LIHIA BEANS 



One quart will plant 100 fct 

seeds about one foot apart in the row. ai 

Burpee's Bush ljimn. An immense yiclder, Willi hand- 
some large, pods, well Idled with large beans. Pkt, 5c, pt. 2Hc, 
qt, -10c, pk. $3.00. 

Dicer's Bush Lima, This bush bean possesses all the 
good qualities of the Dreer's Pole Lima. Pkt. 10c, [it. 25c, 
qt. SOc, pk. $3.50. 

Henderson's Improved Rush Lima. Enormously pro- 
dtmlive, bearing rout inuouslv throughout die suiumer. 
Pkt. 10c, pt. 20c, qt, 35c, pk. $2.00. 



Vegetable Seeds 



10 



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BEANS 

DWARF OR BUSH 

GREEN PODDED 

German, Hunch- Bohuen. French, Haricots nains. 
Spanish, Frijolas. 

One quart willphml 100 fed of drilL 

Bush beans may be had throughout the season, by 
planting at intervals of two weeks, troix. die beginning 
or May until the, middle of August ; mey should be 
planted in drills three feet apart and one inch deep. 

Earliest Rod Valentine. This variety is usually 
ready to pick in ;). r ) days from time of planting. Pt. 
15c., qt. 25c., pk. $1.50. 



go, productive, hardyi 
.(t. 30e., pk. $2.00. 
;ood for string or shell. 



Extra Early Refugee. La 
tender, fleshy pods. Pt. 15c, 

Early China, Early, prolific, | 
Pt. 15c, qt. 30o„ pk. $2.00. 

Early Moljfawk. Long, straight, flat pods; early, 
hardy", productive. Pt. 15c, qt. 25c, pk. $1.50. 

Black Valentine. Resembles the old Red Valentine 
ami is a good forcer; the pods are round, very fleshy 
and entirely stringless; for early or late planting it is 
a most -valuable bean. Pt. 15c, qt. 30c, pk. S2.00. 

Bountiful. The pods are of a rich green color, thick, 
long and very uniform. An immense cropper and 
perfectly stringless. Pt. 15c, qt. 30c, pk. $2.00. 

Dwarf Horticultural. Largo, early, excellent for market 

and shelling. 1't. 15c, qt. 25c, pk. $1.50. 
Golden Refugee. Round pods, light green color; of 

sU-ong growth and very productive. Pt. 15c, qt. 30c, pk. 

Green-Seeded Flageolet, Very early green flat pods ami 
benns, also a tine forcing variety. Pt. 20c, qt. 40c, pk. $2.50. 

Ijongfcl low. A round, green - podded bean, desirable for 
garden use. It is early and a heavy yieldor. Pt. 15c, tit. 
80c, pk. $2.00. 

Ijong Yellow Six "Weeks. Very early and productive, 
with fait, flat pods. Pkt. 5c, pt. 15c, qt.25c, pk. $1.50. 

Mammoth Stringless Green Pod. This bean is abso- 
lutely stiunot.kss. The poils are round and full. Pt. 15c, 
qt. 30c, pk. $2.00. 

No Plus Ult ra. A very early variety with green, flat pods ; 
Hue for forcing purposes. Pt. 15c, qt. 30c, pk. $2.00. 




VALENTINE BEAKS 



Refugee, or Thousand to One. Very tender and pm 
ductive; the best variety for pickling. Pkt. 5c, pt, 15c. at, 
25c, pk. 51.50. 

St ringless Green Pod. An early green - podded 
absolutely stringless, of fine flavor. Pt. 15c, qt. 30c, pk. 

Triumph of the Frames. Aflat-podded, green-seed van 

ety, specially adapted for forcing or growing in frames, pi. 

20c, qt. 40c, pk. $2.50. 
Wonder of France. A good forcing variety with long, 

straight, bright green pods ; very early and productive. I't. 

20c, qt. 40c, pk. $2.50. 
White Kidney. Excellent shell bean. Pt. 15c. qt. 25c, uk, 

SI. 50. ■ ' 

White Marrow. For use in a dry state in winter: 

bearer, excellent quality. Pt. 15c, q'f. 25c, pk. $1.50. 



Improved Proline Black Wax. Round pods of a rich 
golden color, very productive. Pkt. 5c, pt. 15c, qt. 30c, pk. 



DWARF OR BUSH 

WAX PODDED 



Improved Golden Wa 

lifto than the old varietv. 
Pkt. 5c, pt 15c, qt. 30c, ; 

Early Refugee Wax. ' 

late sowing; long, round 
pk. $2.00. 

Earliest. Valentino Was 

Valentine lieau with rour 
in use. Pt. 15c, at. 30c. 
Black Wax. 

Pt. 15c, qt. 30c 
Challenge Bl; 

pods. Pt. 15c, 
Currie's R 



and more pro- 
.ringless pods. 



< pods 



12.00. 



straight, of ; 
$2.00. 



t-l'rool" Black Wax. 

beautiful golden color. 



ds, the. earliest wax bean 

ly, stringless, excellent. 

Lily strain, round yellow 

Rods long, flat and 
Pt, 15c, qt, 30c, pk. 



This is a productive, wax- podded 
>ry long, flat, white and hjtndsoni' 



rly flat-podded variety Ire, fj ■■ ... 
ud tender. Pt. 2uc, qt. 35c, pk. 



Bean. The pods ar 
Pt. 15c, qt.30e.,pk. 
Flageolet Wax. A 

rust, very producli 
$2.50. 

Golden Wax. Flat 
bean. Pt. 15c, qt. >j 

Golden-Eyed Wax. This is p vigorous growing vnrm'V. 

pods rial and larger than the dolden Wax. Pt. 15c. at. 
pk. $2.00. 

Ward well's Kidney Wax. If produces n heawej- 
wax pods, which are long, Hat. and showy. Pt. 20c, nt. 35 - 
pk. $2.50. 

While Wax. Waxy pods, Mat . st ringless, proline. Pt. 15c, 
qt. 30c, pk. $2.00. 

Yosemite Mammoth Wax. The pods are round and fre- 
quency attain a length of from eight to ten Incites. Ota 
pi- $3" " B absolutely stringless. Pt. 25c, qt. 5f)c„ 



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Vegetable Seeds 



Early Blood Tumi 

summer and winter 1 
Early Plat Bassa 



BEANS 

POLE, OR RUNNING 



Gariaan, simujen- iinim 

Spanish, Frij'de BfylU 
Plant in hills thin 



! quart mil ptuMt luu I 



•<iv Ma 



iaia of .Mil 



s pods at 
tain from live to 
20c, gt. •10c-. 
Lai'go WlWle Lira 
grown ; matures in c 
aeedB of this varied; 
line. .Pkt. fie, pi 2"i 
Extra Early .Jers< 



This is (ho largest of all tin 
of enormous size a.mj eon 
eight beans, l'lct. 10c, pt 



t. One of the be 


st she.l 


benus 


netydays; very 
are' extra SGlec 


popula 


r. On r 

and 



da 



id productive-lies; 

"1.50. 



, while it, 
'I'M. 10c, 



the. La 



m1 Ed ma 



A groat i m J iro ven i en t. 
etjima, Detngne-re prod active and ->X 
l'Ut. 10c, pt. 20c.. qt. 40c., |ik. S2.5M. 
.inia. Without doubt the finest va 




llfS t'OLK LIMA BEAKS 



gardeners. Pt. 20e., qt. 



Dree 

1>J?0 .- 
I letter quality 
Challenger Lima 
40c., pk. S2.50. 

Old Homestead, or Kentucky Wonder. Very productive, tender and attj'ugti&S 
The potls are large and of a light green color. Pt. 20c, qt. Hoc., pk. $2.00. 

Scarlet Banner. A great favorite, both ornamental and useful, bright scarlet Hovers. 
Used both as a string and shelled bean. Pkt. at, pt. 20c, qt. 40c. pk. S2.50. 

Early Duleh Case Knife. Very early and prolific; line shelled, green or dry. 
Pkt. 10c, qt. 40c. pk. $2.25. 

Borticull ura I Cranberry. One of the best for family use. The pods are tender, and of 
fine quality. Pt. 20c, qt. 35c, pk. $2.00. 

Ext ra Early Golden Cluster Wax. Long golden-yellow pods borne in clusters ; extra 
early, sfringless, snaps easily, vigorous, proline, tender. Pkt. 10c, pt. 20c, qt . 10c, pk s.2.50. 

Black Wax Pole, Indian Chief, or German Butter. Very proline, pods succu- 
lent, tender and of rich flavor. Pt. 20c, qt. 35e., pic. $2.00. 



BEET 



German, Ttolhe Ruben. French, EeMeixtttk Sp 
A deep, rich ami rather light soil, which 
able for Beet culture. For early supply si 
drills one foot, apart and two inches deep. 
For main crop, sow (lie second week in 
May, and for winter use sow in Juno. 
Wllen the plants are well forward, thin 
out to about nine Inches apart. 
Leoatfc Extra Early. Pound, smooth, 
light red, tender and sweet; small top 
and line keeper. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c., J j II, 
20c, lb. 50c 
Bowing's Improved Blond Turnip. 
Of fine form and flavor, and deep btood- 
rcd color, l'lct. 5c, OZ. 10c. % lb. 20c, 
lb. 50c 

Eclipse. Earlier than the Egyptian, 
Flesh deep blood-red, firm and "sweet. 
Pkt. 5c, ox. 10c, % Hi. 20c, lb. 50e. 

Eil maud's Early Blood Turnip. 

This beet is deep blood-red in color, and 
exceedingly sweet ami lender in quality. 
Pkt. Sc., oz. 10c, V, lb. 20c, lb. 50c 
Egyptian. Flat turnip shaped, ex-tra 
early, deep red, tender anil sweet, Pkt. 
5c, oz. 10c, ' 4 lb. 20c, lb. 50c. 



nafamiti. One mmre vilhmo SOfeH of drill. 
i well manured previously, is most suit- 
in as the ground is in working order, in- 



i lb. 20c, lb. 50c 



, dark red, well flavored ; a favorite for 

m. 16c, % V 
Early Flat, light color, 



. 20c, lb. 50c, 
A standard ^ 




riety. Pkt- 



Bastian's Early Blood Turnip. A valuable variety, tenth-rand sweet, and 
retains its blood-red color after cooking. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, II i. 50c. 

Croshy's Egyptian. A selection from Early Egyptian ; deep red color, & 
very rapid grower and can be sown outside as late as July. Pkt. 5c, oz. 
10c!, % lb. 20c, lb. 60c. 



Vegetable Seeds 



12 



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BEET— Continued 



Crimson Globe. 



Electric. An BXtfcH ear 
for table use. Pkt. fe, 

Black Quern, Half-] 
beet, of Hie ilm-*t qualit' 
Pitt. 5c, oz, 10c, '4 lb. 2i 

Columbia 



blood-i 



ill ft. 



lip. Smooth skin, dafifp 
ich and tender. Pkt. 5c., oz. 10e., 
1JJ. ouc. 

k-I/eavetli A handsome half-long va- 



lu- 



ed i 



folia; 



all. Pkt.. 



'4 lb. 20e., lb. 60e, 
Eifiug Smooth Blood. Large, late, deep blood 

best for winter. Pkt. 5c, nz. 10c., ^ II). 20c., lb. 
Swiss Chard. The leave? of Ibis variety are us< 

spinach, and tho mid-rib of I he leaf, cooked 

served up like asparagus, is delicious. Pkt. 5c. 

10c.. % lb. 20e., lb. 50c. 
Brazilian Variegated., Used for garnishing 

flower garden decoral ion, the stems and veins I 

colored crimson, yellow and White. Pkt. 5c, oz. 
Beet , Sujrai- ami Manuel Wnizel. See Parm 




.. V lb. 20c, lb. 50c. 
ed Department, page 36 




BROCCOLI 



German, Spargel Kold. French, Chon Broccoli. Spanish, TiroaM. 
Sow the first week in May, in drills three or four inches apart, covering the seeds lightly. 
When the leaves are about three inches broad, transplant to prepared beds, two feet ami t 
each way. 

Walchcren. A Tine variety, closely resembling a cauliflower, but of a hardier nature Bkl 

10c, oz. 60c, Hi. $2,00. 
White Cape. A hardy and vigorous variety, beads large and firm. Pkt. 10c, oa fiOe 

M lb. S2.oo. 

BRUSSELS SPROUTS 



I.OXO ISLANO IMPROVED BIUJSSEI.8 

The mid-ribs of Mm leaves are used 
fool apart in the rows. When full gro 
JjarK'O Solid. Grows nearly four tee 

BORECOLE, or 

Gorman, Blatter Kale. F 



German, Sosm Kohl. French, Vhou Or lirtcreltes. Spanish, Jierza dr Jtmselc. 

One ounce wilt produce ,3,000 plants. 
a delicious vegetable,, superior to either borecole or spinach. The small Cabhtvge 
which grow upon the stem are much improved by a moderate frost. Sow in liol- 
rch or April, and in the open ground in May; cultivate same as broccoli, 
md Improved. The finest variety grown ; of vigorous growth, and prodtiein - 
e.jolid, round sprouts or the best quality. I'kt. Kb-.. ,w. ;iOc, ' 4 lb. S 1 .00, lb. SlUi 
A dwarf variety, earlier titan the preceding, producing numerous 
y tender and of line flavor. Pkt. 5c, oz., 20c., 1 lb. One. lb s2 00 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c, % lb. 80c, lb. S2.00. 

German, C'ardnn. French, Cardoon. Spanish, Cartlo, 
One. ounce unit produce :}00 plaids, 
early in spring and I bin out, when largo enough, to ,.„,. 
S1.25, lb. S-l.OO'. ' 



This is 
like headf 

beds in M 

iiohg' is 

hattdsot-.-, 
Improved Dwarf. 

heads, whlc" 



Tall. Compact heads'of best qua) 

CARDOON 



BaPdds, soups and stews. 
, tii> up with matting, and 
ligh. Pkt. 10c, oz. 40c, 1 



Spanish, i 
One ounce will produce .3,000 plants. 
To grow this valuable winler \ 
fully, if is important that the soi 
well worked, and liberally ninnun 
middle of April in prepared be<b 
and evenly; plant on I in June foil 
lions r. commended for cull ivating camxige 
Dvvarr Green Curled Scoteli] Very hardy and 
improved by a moderate frost. Pkt be oz 'in- 
% lb. 20c, lb. 00c. ' 
Siberian Kale or Sprouts. Sown in September 
in drills one loot "part, and treated like spinach' 
it is lit. to cut early in spring. I'kt. 5,. „>.„ 10o ' 
'i lb. 20c, lb. 00c. 
Dwarf Brown Kale. A beaiil ifullv curl c d 
yaricly ; very productive, hardy, and ol line flavor. 
Pkt. ac, ok. 10c, '4 lb. 30c, lb. Bl.Off. 
Tall Green Curled Scotch. One of f],„ pa st 
for winler; very hardy. I'kt. 5c, oz. 10c, 
35c, lb. SI. 00. 



Kale 

'hnu Yerl JTr 




DWAIIF OUEB 



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The cabbage, to be 
March, or it may bo $Q\ 
as soon as tho ground 
winter use, tho seed sin 



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Vegetable Seeds 



CABBAGE 

, Kohl. French, (Hum. .Spanish, Htvm tie Hepallo, 
Out: ounce mill produce '1,000 /ita/i/s. 




'quires a, (Jeep, rich, loamy soil. For early use, 
Mtllu ot September, anil the plants wintered u< 
, in rows two feet apart, and the plants eight) 
May, and the plants set Out in July, two and a 

All Seasons. A veiv 
heads ; 



v the seed in hotbeds in February Ot 



; apl 



half by tin- 

popular van- 
ami keep we 
PU.5c.oz 
of the ilne.st 
Hilar, even 



a second early. The 
winter ; ready t.i"> eut us 



,, % lb. 75c 
ins of late 



Ch.i 



§2.50. 
ahbngp over 



ype as 



i days 



rge and solid, with 
a planting. Wo can 



early bui 
tumu King. 

terecl. It produces i 
ugnillceut cropper. Pkt. oe., ok. 25c., li 
rlesl.on Wakefield. This Cabbage, 
the Jersey Wakefield. It grows about 5U j 
of tho same lino quality, and ready to eut, f: 
later. Pkt. 5c, oz. 30c, % lb. SI. 00, lb. S3. 
Excelsior Flat Dutch. The beads are 

few outer leaves, thus adapting it tor et( , 

recommend it highly for the Smith, as it stands the heat better 
than any other of tho larger sui ts. Pkt. 5e.. oz. 25i\. 1 , lb. 75c., 
lb. $2.50. 

Fottler's Improved Brunswick. An narly Drumhead var- 
iety, producing solid heads, weighing from twenty to thirty 
pounds each. Pkt. 5c., oz. 20c, % lb. 60';., II). S2.00. 

Holland, or Danish Railhead. A vigorous grower, of 
compact growth ; is exceedingly hardy, and in qualily it is one 
of the best, being very white, crisp and' tender. Pkt. fie., oz. 25c, 
% lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 

Large Date American Drumhead. One of the largest and 
best keeping late varieties; seldom fails to head, and is of trood 
qualily. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c, lb. 00c, lb. S2.00. 

Premium Date Plat Dutch. A popular late variety; its 
keeping qualities are unsurpassed. Por market and family u,se 
Ibis variety is more extensively cultivated I ban anv other. Pkt. 
5c, oz. 20c, ],< lb. GOc, lb. S2.00. 



Succession. The Succession is about 01 

sure header. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, \ lb. 75e. 
Improved Early Jersey WakoliohP 

few outside leaves. Pkt. 5c, oz. 30c, X A 
All-Head Early. Produces large, roum 

from ten to fifteen pounds. It is a good 
Early Spring. A new extra early Cab) 

oz. 25c. % lb. 75c, lb. §2.50. 

Early AViuningsladt. Somewhat resembling the Sugar Loaf, but larger ami more solid; one of the best for general use. 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, % lb. 75c, lb. §2.00. 
Improved Early Sn mmor. Besembling the Newark Early Flat Dutch j beads smaller ami about one week later Pkt 60 
oz. 25c. V. lb. 75c. lh Si! 50 ' 



L later than the Early Summer, but is double the size, handsome, large and a 

standard early variety; conical in shape; medium-sized heads; vafv solid; 
0, lb. $3.00. 

nod heads which are id uniform size, very hard and of line, text ure, and weigh 

and shipper, of line qualify. Pkt. 5c. oz. Sue., J 4 lb. SI .00, lb. S3.00. 

itlt a round Oaf. head, coming in with the Early Jersey Wakefield. Pkt. 5c, 



oz. 25c, % lb. 75c, lb. §2.50. 
Large Ea rly York. A line early sort. The heads are solid and or good 

head. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c, % lb. GOc, lb. $2.00. 
Newark Early Plat Dutch. The finest strain of second 

early Cabbage in cultivation; large solid heads; very popular 

among Long-Island farmers. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c,, l 4 lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 

RED CABBAGE 

Early Blood-Red Erfurt,. A very early, intense blood-rod 
variety. The leaves are smaller and spread less than those of 
the common varieties of red cabbage. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, '.' lb. 
75c, lb. S2.50. 

Large Red Drumhead. A great improvement on the Red 
Dutch, being earlier, larger ami a better header; heads round, 
solid, and deep blood-red in color. Pkt. 5c., oz. 25c, 1 , lb. 75c. 

lb. $2 50. 

Mammoth Rock Red. This is the largest and suresl head- 
ing red cabbage ever introduced. The head is large, round, 
very solid, and of a doep red color. Pkt. 10c, oz. 30c, ' lb. 
$1.00, lb. $3.00. 

Red Dutch. A standard variety; heads solid and largo, size. 
Pkt. oc, oz. 25c, '4 lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 

SAVOY CABBAGE 

Early Dwarf Ulm Savoy. A very early and superior dwarr 
variety of fine quality. Pkt. r.c, oz. 20c, w lb. tide, lb. 82100, 

American Drumhead. Por winter use ibis variety is unsur- 
passed ; heads large, solid, lender and or excellent flavor. Pkt. 
5c, oz. 25c, X H'. 75c, lb. $2.50. 

Pei'feeiiifJn Drumhead Savoy. This selection is certfilttiy 
the linest we have seen, ami largely &rOwn on Long Island for 
the New York Market. Pkt. 5c, oz. 30c, ^ lb. $1.00, lb. $3.00. 

Cabhufjo Plains. Sec page 33. 



It endures tho heal well, seldom fails to 




Vegetable Seeds 



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resembling the. well-U 
Darner* Half-Ivoiii-. 

Pkt. 5e., OZ. lOc, \i II 
Early Scarlet Horu 

ably flavored, l'kt. 5c. 
GucrHnfle or Ox-JH 

croppor; haudsoc 
Hall' CjpiiK St al l 

Long Oraugo, PI 

Ini|iroMil Ullliii 

10e., ^ lb. 25o., lb 
Tiling- Orange, In 

lOe., ', lb. 25e., lb. vac 
Iiue; Hull-Long Sl u 
Ni'H Voile Maikii. 

ling Hie Danvers in 
Now Intermediate, 

very productive. Pkt 
White Belief an. Ext 

K lb. 20c. Hi. tiOe. 



CAULIFLOWER 



eet. Handsi 
tapers from shoulder to tip; tine quality ; 
for which purpose, it is highly valued. Pkt. 5e., on. 10c, 

timu'H-Xahl. French, ChouFlew, Spanish, Coliflor. 



A good rich s 
ever, nckuoulei 
Cabbage, water 
\V. & D.'s Pi 



>st I 



e.d cullivators, Imir- 
lended for growing 



15 



Vegetable Seeds 



CELERY 



German, .SelUrie. French, < 
One ounce will prniln 



-ri. Spanish, Ap 
5,000 plants. 

Sow the seed in the open border as soon as the grot 
the plants art- three inches high, transplant four inc 
beds Oi soft rich soil, where they will soon acquire su 
tng-Oufc.in beds. Plant in rows three feet apart and st 
[E bile weal her (a dry at, the time of planl ing rare shot 
are tlr-ra in the ground. About the middle o£ August 
for lilm.ebnu stu.l whil en ing of that which is wanted 
soil has been drawn up against the plant with the hoe 
around each plant, by the hand, firm enough to keep 
'ent them from spreading, using care 



be worked. When 



rly 



■ the 

ilose 
ght 



M 



•t of the 



BostO 

J?ki 5c, oz. 25c., % 
Coower Gu ttnis. 

'4 Ih. 40c, lb. $1.25. 
Fin de Sioote. Wi 
ter celery we know 
•Giant Pascal. Th 



Giant White Solid. 

crisp. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25 
Golden Dwarf, or C 

the heart develops a 
5e., oz. 25c, H lb. 75 



ilant. 

Dt av 



arf -branching 
., lb. $2.50. 
ariety is grow 



habit 



are to prevent the soil falling 
solid, crisp and line flavor, 
soup greens. Vkt. 5c, oz. 15c, 



A fa 



>r this t he largest, hardiest i 
. 10c, oz. 25c, V,: lb. 75c. lb. 
are thick, solid and crisp; 
lb. $2.00. 
rite 
r lb. 75, 



t keeping win- 
l-yellow heart, 
rdy, solid and 




xOldeii Heart. A distinct variety. When blanched 
leautiiul golden yellow. Crisp, solid, lino flavor. Pkt. 

, lb. S2.50. 

•Golden Rose. Dwarf growth ; the stalks are vm brittle, and self-blauching. 

Pkt. 10c, oz. 30c, % lb. $1.00, lb. $3.00. 
Guidon Self-Blanching. It is of a rich golden-yellow ooior, crisp, tender 

and of lino llavor. Keeps well throughout the, season, and is the earliest 

variety grown. Pkt. 10c, oz. 40c, % lb. §1.50, lb. $5.00. 
London Red. The largest variety grown, quality fine. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, % lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 
Improved Dwarf White. The best dwarf variety, of closo habit, crisp and juicy. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, lb. 7 
Improved Half Dwarf. One of the best for market or family i 
Major Clarke's Pink. It i 

New Rose Celery. The color is a beautiful shade of rose; of line llavor, soUd and crisp. A splendid variety for late use. 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 30c, % lb. 81.00, lb. $3.00. 
Perfection Heartwell. It is of medium height, it blanches well up in the leaves, and its crisp tenderness and delicious 

flavor are unoqualed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 

Pink Plume. This celery is a strong, compact grower, stems solid and crisp, early and a long keeper. Pkt. 10c, oz. 25c. 
/.j. lb. $1.00, lb. $3.00. 

Sandringham Dwarf White. A dwarf white variety, solid and crisp. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, > + lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 

Schumacher. A large growing sort, solid, crisp and of a line nutty llavor. (loldon-vellow heart, splendid keeper. Pkt. 5c, 
ok. 40c, ^ lb. S1.25, lb. $4.00. 

blanching, one of the best for early use. Pkt, 5c, oz. 

Pkt. 5c, 



GOLDEN DWARF OELEItV 

., U>. S2.50. 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c, jjg lb. 00c, lb. S2.00. 
♦ of medium growth, remarkably solid and crisp. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, \,' lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 



White Plume. A valuable- early variety, requires very little, labor i 
25c, )i lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 



Winter Queen, Is a compact grower, stalks thick, sol 




d crisp, and when blanched is a creamy while col 
oz. zuc, ^ lb. GOc, lb. $2.00. 
Celery Seed. Por flavoring soups. Lb. 30c 



CELERIAC 

OR TURNIP-ROOTED CELERY 



Go 



, Kndb Sellerie. Spanish, Api 



z di Waht, 



\ variety of celery with lurnip-shaped roots which are white-fleshed, 
uparatively tender, and have the flavor of celery stalks. The seed 
y be sown in the Open ground in April, and the young plants nursed 
but in planting out, the ground is manured 
" plants set in shallow drills 12 inches 



and tin 



a pa 



tubers almost 



Apple-Shaped. A variety wilh small folia 

round iu shape. Pkt. 5c, "oz. 25c, % lb. 75c.. 
Large Erfurt. A standard variety, pcoihieii 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, |£ lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 
Large Smoolh Prague. The flncsl variety vet irilr<.ilii.vu. Pkt. 

5c, oz. 30c, % lb. $1.00, lb. S3.00. 



Imped roots. 



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CHERVIL 



German, Kernel. French, Gerfeuil Spanish. Perifollo. 
The Curled Chervil is cultivated like Parsley, and used for garni'sllW 
and flavoring soups and salads. The seed of the tuberous rooted is 
sown in August, and treated like the Carrot, 

Curled Chervil. The young leaves are used for flavoring soups and 

salads. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 30c, lb. SI. 00. 
Tuberous Rooted. Prepared for the table like Carrots, this is one of the 

most delicious vegetables grown. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, % lb. 75c, lb. $2'.00. 



CHICORY 



German, Ohicorie. French, Oliicoree. Spanish, Achiroria a Cafe. 
Chicory is cultivated chiefly for its roots, which are dried and used as ;. 

or flavoring ingredient for coffee. The leaves, when blanched, 
1 "s ail excellent salad. Cultivate as recommended for 



este 



parge Hooted. 
AVillooC Sow 

deep 



CUIU.KD CHEBVir, 



Pkt. 5c, 
. June ane 
,_. the roots with 
three feet thick. Valuable 
oz. 15c, % lb. 40o., Jb. $1.21 



)Z. 10c, % lb. 30c, lb. SI. 00. 



tches one foot. 
' manure two (o 
table, Pkt, Bo 



CRESS or PEPPERGRASS 



French, Ore 



Spanish, Masluerzc 



A popular salad which should be sown early in the spring — 
very thickly in shallow drills— and at short intervals, for suc- 
cession, as it soon runs to seed. 

Extra Curled. The best variety grown ; loaves are beauti- 
fully cut and curled ; highly prized for garnishing. Pkt. 5e 
oz. 10c, V 4 lb. 20c, lb. 60c. 



$ will sow 150. feet of drill. 



Australian. Fine, piquant flavor. Pkt. 5c., 07,. 10e 1 If, 
30c, lb. $1.00. 

American, or Land. EatSB as Water Cress in winter 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, X lb. 30c, lb. $1.00. 

Upland, or Broad-Leaved Winter. A garden snbsl it m 
lor Water Cress. Crisp, tender and perfectly hardy. Pkl 
5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 40c, lb. $1.00. " * 



DANDELION 



German, Pardebhmi. French l>i 



One. 



nil 



■e-en-lil. Spanish, Amarcjon. 
' ' 'of drill. 



In spring, the blanched leaves of this plant make a most dolicalelv tlavoi-e.i ,,,,1 ,„n„i , c 
in May or June, in drills half an inch dee,,, and V> inches an.-Md I, , . ,' ,d , ■ , ' J Xw 8e ,' d m '" y " 
»h fha r„n n ,„fL (k „ !„„„„„ .„„. hpfu fn '7 rnn ' ,., '" ' plants six inches; enltivate during sum,,,, 
th boards. 1 y 18 "proved very much by blanching, which can 1 



and the following spring the .. 
done by covering over I lie plai 
French Garden. Pkt. 5c, 
Improved Large-Leaved. 



c, lb. $2.50. 

Variety, of great productiveness and fine flavor. Pkt. 10c, I 



CORN SALAD or FETTICUS 



. 75c, lb. 83.50. 



German, AckemU,U. French, Mache. Spanish, Macha Valmnanilla. 
One ounce will smo 150 feM of drill, 
ibis excellent salad may be bad the year round. Sow in September in drills ei.d.t ;„,.!,« .,„.,„, • , ,. , 

protect from frost by a light covering of hay or litter. The seed may also be ^s.lwn in s 'ri,e' the se?tIs >•«»•*■•>' 

Large-Seeded. The most popular variety grown. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, V lb. 25c. ffi 75,. 

COLLARDS or COLEWORT 



lian, lllallerkoltl. 1 



On 



ill 1 



Sow the seeds at intervals from June to August u, •, 
apart. They are ready for use when one month old but 
transplanted six or eight inches apart to prolong the season. 
True Georgia. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, lb. 30c, lb. $1.00. 



, Clum. Spanish, Cabi, 
■'. 3,000 plants. 



German, lint 
This wdiol, 



CRESS, WATER 



), de Fontaine. Spanish, B, 



apart. The Cr 
True Water 

Erfurt Swci 

being less pi 



60c, % lb. S2 00. 



Pkt. 10e„ oz. 50c, > 4 ' lb. $1.50, lb. $5.00. 
_? highly esteemed than the ordinary variety 
igent .-met of a more agreeable flavor. Pkt. 10c, oz! 




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17 



Vegetable Seeds 



CORN, SWEET 

German, Wel-icltkoni, French, Mate; Spanish, Maiz. 
One quart willplanl 200 flUla. 
Plant in hills three feet apart each way, dropping 
five or six kernels in each hill, or in rows three to four 
feet apart, and the plants thinned out to eight or nine 
inches in the row. From May until the middle of July 
a succession planting can be made every two or three 
weeks, and by selecting the varieties a continued sup- 
ply can be had until frost kills the plants. 

The Don is as early as Cory, with ears measuring 
from eight to ton inches long. The grains are pure 
white, sweet and tender. For size," oarliness and 
productiveness, it has no equal. Ft. 15c, fit. 25c, 
pk. $1.50. 

W. & D.'s First Early Sugar. Earlier than the 
Cory. Ears small and very sweet. Ft. 15c, (it. 25c, 
pic. $1.50. 1 

Extra Early Cory. This variety is of great value for its 

earliuess. The ears are of good size. Ft. 15c, (it. 25c, 

pk. $1.50. ' 
Crosby's Early. One of the standard early sorts. Ft. 10c, 

qt. 20c, pk. $1.50. 
Early Champion. Large; white cob, vory sweet. Ft. 10c, 

qt. 20c, pk. SI. 50. 
Early Minnesot a. One of the earliest varieties grown ; 

dwarf; ears small. Ft. 10c, qt. 20c, pk. $1.50. 
Moore's Concord. A standard variety for family use; 

ears large. Ft. 10c, qt. 20c, pk. $1.50. 
Perry's Hybrid. A large variety, following the Crosby; 

sweet and tonder. Ft, 10c, qt. 20c, pk. SI. 50. 
Stabler's Early. Eeady a few days after the Minnesota; 

very productive. Ft. 10c, qt. 20c, pk. SI. 50. 
Roslyn Hybrid. A largo variety which ripens early. Ft, 

10c, qt. 20c, pk. $1.50. 
Squantum, or Potter's Excelsior. A second early sort ; 

very sweet, and produces four or live ears to the stalk. Ft. 

10c, qt. 20c, pk. $1.50. 




Early Evergreen. Ripens about ten days earlier than 
Stowell's Evergreen. The ears are large and uniform. Pt. 
10c, qt. 20c, pk. S1.50. 

Country Gentleman. The sweetest of all sweet corn. 
Pt. 15o!, qt. 25c, pk. $1.75. 

variety, ten days earlier 
, pk. SI .50. 



Early Mammoth. A vr 

than Mammoth. Ft. 10c, 



ir and sweet, Ft. 10c, 
i large and quality ex- 



Egyptian. Earn large, uniform, tend 

qt. 20c, pk. $1.50. 
Large Early Eight-Rowed. Ear 

cellent. Ft, 10c, qt. 20c, pk. $1.50. 
Late Mammoth. The largest late variety grown. Pt. 10c, 

qt. 20c, pk. SI. 50. 
Stowell's Evergreen. The most popular variety grown ; 

late; ears large and very sweet. Pt. 10c, qt. 20c, pk. $1.50. 
Black Sugar. The sweetest and most delicious variety 

grown. Ft. 10c, qt, 20c, pk. $1.50. 
White Pop-Corn. Lb. 10c, 100 lbs. $8.00. 
Sweet Fodder Corn. Pk. 75c, bush. $2.50. 



CUCUMBER 



German, Qvrken. French, Covc.ornhre. Spanish, J'ppino. One ounce will plant 50 hills. 
Cucumbers succeed best in warm, moist, rich, loamy ground. They should not be planted in the open air until there 13 
settled warm weather. Plant in hills about four feet apart each way. The hills should be previously prepared by mixing thor- 



oughly with the soil, in each a shovolful of well-rotted i 
leaving three or four of the strongest, to each hill. 

Arlington White Spine. An improved strain of the 
White Spine, good for forcing or outdoors. Fkt. 5c, oz. 15c, 
y 4 lb. 50c, lb. $1.50. 
Bennett's Improved White Spine. A week earlier than 
the Early White Spine, Pkt, 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 50c, lb. $1.50. 
Cool and Crisp. A desirable variety for pickles. Fkt. 5c, 

oz. 15c, % lb. 50c, lb. $1.50. 
Cumberland. Asplendid variety for pickling or table use 
The vines are st rung and very productive. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c, 
% lb. 00c, lb. $2.00. 
Early Cluster. A very early variety, bearing in clusters. 

Fkt. 5c, oz. 15c, lb. 50c, lb. S1.50. 
Early Russian. The earliest, in cultivation; very prolific, 
lb. 50c. , lb. $1.50. 

liort Green. A standard sort for table 
hum size. Pkt, 5c, oz. 15c, ' 4 lb. 5()c, 



lanure. When all danger from i 



sets 



; passed, thin out the plants, 



Pkt 

Early Frame, or 

or pickling; of ni 
lb. $1.50. 
Early White Spi 

size. Fkt. 5c, oz. 



A favorite market variety, of t 
>., % lb. 50c, lb. $1.50. 
Evergreen AVhite Spine. Very hardy, and will ni 
yellow. Fkt. 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 50c, lb. S1.50. 



edium 



Extra Early Green Proline. Earlier than the Green 
Prolilic Pkt. 6c, oz. 15c, % lb. 50c, lb. $1.50. 

Extra, Long White Spine. Much longer than ordinary 
White Spine; verv prohllc Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 50c, 
lb. $1.50. 

Green Prolilic Pickling. A superior pickle ami the most 
productive variety grown. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, ' 4 lb. 50c, lb. 
$1.50. 

Improved Long Green, A flue bearer of superior 
quality. Pkt, 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 50c, lb. SI .50. 

Japanese Climbing. This is a si long and vigorous 
grower. Fine for pickling. Fkt, 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 5Uc, lb. 
$1.50. 

New Kverbearing. Valuable as a green pieklor. Pkt, 
5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 50c, lb. $1.50. 

Dark green and very pro- 
i. 5llc, lb. $1.50. 

,t-y for general use. 



Nichol's M-dhim G 
duetive. Pkt, 5c, oz. 

Tailbv's Hybrid. Ai 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, l 4 lb. 

West India Gberki 



, lb. 



1 .50. 



>z. 20c, % lb. 60a.', lb. $2.00. 



Used only I'or pickling. Fkt, 5c, 



ENGLISH FORCING CUCUMBERS 



Sow in small pots from 
degrees with sun-heat. 
Blue Gown 
Cuthill's Black Spine 
Marquis of Lome 



niddle of January, 



Caveat Gard< 
ite 

Roekford's Market 



Hot-bed or hot-house. Keep a temperature of 05 ilegiv 
Pavor- 



Bulce of Edinburgh 
Lockies' Perfection 
Telegraph 



at night, to 75 or HO 
''iivor- 



Lnrd Keiiyon's 
ile. 

Each, per pkt., 25c. 



Vegetable Seeds 



WEEBER y DON 




The teefc is very hardy, and easily cultiv 
w«ll-«Mi'i<th(!il soil. Sow as parly fa spring 
ami one foot apart. When six or eifjlit inc 
apart each way, as deep as possible, t.h 
blanched. 

La !•«■<• Aarnerioan I'la^. Themost desirable io 

fie., ox. 20c., % lb. GOe., lit. $2,00. 
WtnsselUttl'gri, Of Scdii-h. A vciry largo varietv of superior nuaUtv Pkt 
Sc., ok. 20c>., \i lb. fiOo., lb. &' rtn 



MARTYNIA 



One ounce, will, plant 200 hills, 
A strnni? ifrowlntf nnnnal plant bearing ollribufily slmpwl seed pods, which 
:elleni piefelta How in the open mound in 
r Ihnn' 1,'ot apart, or a Lew sueds may bo 



I'kt. iQn, 



j Hi. si.no, lb. §3.00: 



LAltCE A.UKldCAS FLAG LEEK 



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Vegetable Seeds 



LETTUCE 



early crop, the 



French, Laitue. Spanish, ln-hnna. 

rice will now 200 feel nf drill. 

seed may be sown in the open ground ii 
splantad to cold frames as soon as largi 



oul ia spring are. also sown in colli frames in February, ami 
in liolheils in March, and by careful QOVerjug up at nieht 
make plants to set but in April. 

All-Heart. Is well adapted for either spring or summer 
use. It forms a solid In-art. and is of superior flavor. 
Met. 10o„ m. 6.0c, % lb. $1.50. 



All The Year Round. I 

white, solid and crisp, l'kt. 



rtsry hardy, compact: variety, 
, oz. 15c, Lb. 40c, lb. $1.25, 



Biff Boston. Thesarae in color, shape. and genwnl 
nnce as the Boston Market, but double th<- m,.. l'kt, ;«•.. ,,■/,. 
•20c, M lb. 50c, lb. $1.75. 

Black-Seeded Simpson. Nearly double the size oj Curled 
Simpson; stands the summer well. l'kt. 5c, oz. 15c, lb, 
40c, lb. $1.25. 

Blonde Blockhead or Sunset. The heads are large, solid 
and crisp, of a golden yellow color, l'kt, 5c, oz. 15c, ' + lb. 
40c, lb. $1.25. 




tot ; oneof the best 
lb. $1.25. 



very 



should be started 



Boston Market. Solid, crisp n 
for forcing, l'kt. 5c, oz. 15c, jjj 

Brown Dutch." One of the, best winter 4 
hardy. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, <- 4 lb. 40c, II). $1.25. 

Cold Frame. To obtain best results th 
in cold frames and planted out early. l'kt, 5C, oz. 20c, 
% lb. GOc. 

Deacon. A splendid variety for standing the summer heat.; 

large solid head, l'kt. 5c, 'oz. 15c, M lb. 10c, lb, $1.25. 
Defiance Summer. One of the best summer lettuces for 

fatally USO, heads light green and large, l'kt, 5c , oz. 15c, 

i£ lb. 10c, lb. $1.25. 
Den ver Market. The heads are large, sol id . 1 igttl green and 

beautifully curled . l'kt, 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 40c, lb. $1,25, 
Dm m heart or Malta. One of the largest summer let! Hops. 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, >i Hi. 30,c, lb. $1.00. 
Early Butter Salad. Mack Heeded. A very tender and 

crisp variety of delicate flavor, l'kt. 5c, oz. 15c, ' 4 lb. 10c, 

lb. $1.25. 

Early Curled Simpson. One of the earliest and best for 
market. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 40c, 11 



.. SI .'25. 




IMPROVED SALAMANDER LETT I'VE 

Giant Crystal Head. A new very large head variety. l'kt. 
5o., oz. 15c, % lb, 50c. 

Glass House. The best, variety for use under glass. II. is 
not large, but forms a crisp, compact head. l'kt. 5c, oz. 
20c, % lb. 00c. 

Golden Queen. A good forcing variety, of a golden yellow 
color, heads solid, crisp .and tender, l'kt. Sc., oz. lac, 1 , lb. 
40c, lb. $1.25. 

Golden Slonehead. Small, solid ; splendid [nevr; stands 
the summer well, l'kt . 5c, oz. 15c, \ lb. 40c. lb. $1,25. 



Grand 

shippi 


Han ids. 1 


his is regarded as 
pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, '., 


the best forcing: and 
lb. 40c, lb. $1.25. 


Hauso 


i. Heads la 
11. l'kt. 5c. 


•gc hearts quickly 
oz. 15c, % Hi. 40c. 


and stands the sum- 
lb. $1.25. 


Hardy 

best fe 


Green Ha 

r winter. P 


nmersmhli. Oi 

lU 5c, oz. 15c, v i l 


e of the hardiest and 
i. 40c, lb. $1.25, 


Dar<>e 

Diet. 5 


India. Imi 

oz. 15c, .ii 


lease heads; brift 
lb. 40c, lb. $1.25. 


e and of flue llavor, 


Maxim 

Pkt. 5 


n Ml. The la 


rge.st, variety growi 


; makes a solid head. 




lb. 10c. 


Mam m 

of sph 


olh Black 

ndid quality. 


Seeded Butter. 

Pkt. 5c, oz, 20c, 


A large bead lettuce 
% lb. (iOc, lb. $2.00. 


New V 

llavor, 


nrk. Tins 
l'kt. 5c, oz 


! i.,-.c ;V, ii.. Hi'-.', lb 


trior ami of excellent 
$1.25. 



y ii>. -toe 



facilitate blanching, l'kt. 5c, oz. 15c, l + 

Private Slock. A selected stock, and t 
compact heads. Pkt, 5c, oz. 20c, % lb. G< 

Prize Head. The leaves are crisp and I 
so throughout the season. Pkt. 5c. Oi 
lb. $1.25. 

Improved Salamander. Large heads that Maud the 

drought and beat longer than any oilier. Pkt. Sc.., oz. 15c, 

yi lb. 4.0c, lb. $1.25. 
Tennis Ball. Wack Seeded, A very eompael head with few 

outer leaves; line for forcing. Pkt, 5c, ox. 15c, lb. 40c, 

lb. $1.25. 

Trianon Cos. The long, narrow leaves, which form solid 

heads bleach and quickly h me snowy while, l'kt. 5c, 

oz. 15c, ». 4 II). 40c, lb. $1.50. 

A fine summer variety ; heads 
lb. 40c, lb. $1.25.' 



While Slimmer Cablm; 

: Of gOOfl Size. Pkt.nc.oz 



BOSTOS MARKET LETTUCE 



Yellow Seeded Butter. 

long time before running I 
10c, lb. $1.25. 



king a. rim: variety 



Hftty remains in head a 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c. c (jj. 



Vegetable Seed 



20 



WEEBER y DON 




MUSK MELON 



French, Melon. Spanish, Melon Muscatel. 
bie imnru mill plttnt. 70 hills. 



bills, w 
lirtmpOSi 
dug ;i Iji 



it apart 
il. a'ha 
- deep, 
uisf bet 
:iy, Ion 
liin put 
nd arid 
V frult- 

Ballimore. Early; oblong, pointed; Ij^lit 
gpwn flesh. A line shipper. Pkt. 5c, oz. IScj, ^ 11.. inc., 



<J (ho growing shoots (o induci 



NETTED fiEM UTtJSK WBLOJJ 



lb. SI. 50. 
DelmoTiu 

llnoly 
EaKly Hacfcei 
flavor, Pkt. !: 
Emerald Gel 

a deep green 
$2.00. 



This is at) oval-shaped melon of large size 
•tied. l'kt. 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 40c, lb. $1.50. 

suck. Flesh light green and of delicious 
•., on. 15(5., % lb. 4tlc, lb. $1.50. 
l. Fruit of medium size; skin smooth, of 
color, l'kt. 10c, oz. 20c, % lb. fitlc, lb. 



Green Citron. Fruit round, of good size and deeply netted ; flesh green, thick and delieio 

lb. SI .50. * 1 • * 



Tkt, 5c., oz. 15c, % lb. |0e., 



i llesli. 



Large Yellow Cantaloupe. 

musky flavor. Fkt. 5c, oz. 15c, 



Haekcnsaok. Large, round, flattened 
Unproved Christ iana. The earliest grown ; flesh, yell 
Jenny Jjind. A popular sort; fruit small, medium early and of good quality 

Fruit nearly round ; flesh thick, and of 
oz. ioc, % lb; 40c, lb. $1.50. 

Long Island Beauty. The flesh is green and of tin' very finest quality, 
ami I he. skin is densely netted. Il is eailicsl, of all t ho standard varieties 
l'kt. 10c, oz. 20c, % lb. fiOc, lb. §2.00. 

Miller's Cream, or Osage. The flesh is salmon color, ami very think ; 

tive. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. inc., lb. $1.50. 
improvement upon the old form ot nutmeg. 
,lb.S1.50. 

■arliost. g]obe-shHB6Cl, uniform 
J lb. 40c, lb. $1.50. 

:ly aelt.ed ; llesh gn 



{ lb. 40c, lb. ,$1.50. 

nt quality, fkt. 5c, oz. lac, g lb. 40c, lb. $1.50. 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 40c, lb. $1.50. 



finely netted ; 
Montreal Xn 

Pfe. 5c, oz. 15 

Netted Gem, 

given. Put. 5( 
i\nt meg. Fru 
of superior ipi, 

Paul Rose. ' 

shipper and g, 
Rocky Ford. 

SWael and high. fl ( , 

Skillman's Netted 

green. Pkt. 5c, oz. 
Surprise. A verv eat 
a rleep salmon color. 

Tip Top. A slightly i 
The Banquet. Glol 



Pkt. 



. 15 



. 4(lc, lb. 
ud |Iat 



i size, flesh light 
mish-yellow and 



The 



Hi. slightly ribbed. Flesh lhi.de, green, very 
. 5c, oz. 15c, \i lb. 40c, lb. $1 .50. 
IL early and prolific netted variety.! llesh 
. 40c, lb. $1.50. 

imilar to the Nutmeg. The flesh is thick, of 
, oz. 15c, i/, lb. 40c lb- $1.50. 




EARLY IIACKENSACK Mt;sj. 



ral shape and yellow-flesh variety. Finn flavor. Pkt )( . z. 15c a II:. 40c It. 81 SO. 
e-shaped, densely netted; very rich salmon flesh. Pkt. 5c, oz. I5i-., 1 ; lb. 10c. lb. 81.50. 




lil.ENHElM ORANGE MUSK MELON 



MELONS FOR FORCING 

Blenheim Orange. Scarlet llesh. l'kt. 25c. 
Conqueror of Europe. Green llesh. Pkt. 25c 
Countess ofbathoni. New, green llesh. l'kt. 50c 
<; "," 1 "" s< ' ilr 'et. Medium size and beautifully netted. PUt 

Hero of Locking©. While rte.sh. Pkt. 25c. 
Invineil.le Scarlet. Deep searlel llesh. Pkl. 25e. 
Koyal Favorite. White flesh. Pkt, 25c. 
Koyal Sovereign. White flesh tinged with green. Pkt. 

Sutton's A.J. Scarlet llesh. l'kt. 25c. 



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21 



Vegetable Seeds 




WATER MELONS 

German, Wasstrmelonen. French. Melon iX'Fmii. Spanish Znwha. 
One ounce will plant 50 hills. 
Water Melons are cultivated in liiils, Which Should jjeslxtbeight 
feet apart, each way, and composed of light, moderately rich sod. 
The hills Should bo dug about two feet 



lOltes deep, and half flllei 



which 



ISt he till 



With V 
oughly 



i tlx 



sllup, thin out 
js cover the 
rowing shoots 



MOI-ST1IV KWBF.T WATER 



Black Spanish. A sweet and delicious va- 
riety; fruit round, of large size.; skin blackish 
green ; scarlet flesh. Pkt. 5c, ox. 106., 1 , lb. 20c-., 
lb. GOe. 

Citron, i'or Preserving, Handsome round 
fruit of small size, highly esteemed as a table 
preserve, l'kt. 5c, oz. 10c, ' 4 lb. 20c., lb. (i[>c 
Cole's Early. Pelicate in texture; fruit nearly 
round ami of medium size; rind thin, l'kt, 5c, 
ok. 10c, U lb. 20c, lb. 60c. 



Cuban Queen. 

crisp and sugary. 



Beautifully striped, dark 
l'kt. 5c., oz. 10c, V. lb. 20c, 



!ul light green 
, lb, tiOe. 

Florida Favorite. Oblong ; green and white stripes: flesh light crimson, crisp and dolieiously sweet. Very early 
the finest table Melons grown. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, *jj lb. 20c, lb. 00c 



igorous in growl, li ; flesh bright red, solid, luscious, 



Gypsy, or Rat tlesna 

oblong shape; flesh SO! 
l'kt. 5c, oz. 10c, lb. 
Gray Monarch. The 
skin beautifully moll lei 
rich ted. A most, desi 
Pkt, 5c, oz. 10c, H lb. 



A large striped variety of 
Hot and of superior quality. 

irgest Melon grown ; oblong; 
; ripens quickly ; flesh deep, 
able variety for private use. 
20c, lb. GOe. 



.aid to 



utiful 
urpass 



Green and Gold. The lie: 
orange color, ami in flavor i 
the red-fleshed sort?, Tho Mel 
and ripen very early. Pkt. 5c, oz,, 10c J£ lb, 20c.i 
lb. GOe. 

Hungarian Honey. This variety ripens earlv. The 
flesh is a very brilliant red ; skin dark green ; 
uniformly of medium size Pkt. Sc., oz. 10c, J i lb. 
20c, lb. GOe. 

lee Cream. ( White Sivdcil.) Fruit round, of medium 
size; skin pale green ; flesh scarlet, crisp and deli- 
cious. Pkt. Sc., oz. IOC, >4 lb, 20c, lb. COc 

Kolb's Gem. The fruit is nearly round; rind dark 
groan, somewhat marbled with lighter shades. Pkt. 
5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. GOe. 

Mammoth Ironclad* Excellent: of large size and 
weight, averaging nearly ,00 pounds each. The flesh 
is deep red and of a delicious rich flavor, l'kt,. 5c, 
oz. 10c, % 11.). 20c, lb. GOe 

Mountain Sprout. A large, long variety; striped 
skin ; flesh red, of superior quality, l'kt. 5c, oz. 
10c, % lb. 20c, lb. GOe. 

Mountain Sweet:. Tho most popular variety grown 
fruit of oblong shape ; flesh red, 11 




Phmney's Earl 
Pride of Georgi 
ad sweet 




KOLB'S GEM WATEK MELON 

2., oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. GOe. 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. 60c. 

shape. It is an excellent shipping variety, of large size. Flesh 

e, and of splendid flavor. The seed will 
on one vine, but the number of the 
0c, % lb. 20c, lb. fiOc 
ndyet so tough nud strong that it will 
bursting. Flesh light crimson and 



iveet. Pkt. 
in deep red 
tlmosl oval 
:., lb. 60c. 

Seminole. It is extra early, 
often produce gray and gre 
former predominates. Pkt 

Scaly Bark. The rind is y 
bear any amount of liandl 
of excellent quality. Pkt. 

Sweet-Heart. Fruit I; 
and dark g 
sweet. Pkt. 

Th 



r he 



. 10c 



, lb. 



al, 



ry, uniformly mottled light 
md very tender, melting and 



ieh Ha 



20c. 



The Volga 

weighing 1 
]/. lb. 20c, 



he 

flesh bright red, solid 
, oz. 10c, )/i lb. 20c, lb. 60c 

ing in shape; skin dark green; flesh deep scarlet and of 
•ly, productive and a good shipper. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, \ lb. 



A Melon of excellent quality, extremely sweet, juiev and ten- 
early, hardy and productive. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, ' 4 lb. 20c, lb. 60c. 
. A Russian variety, of perfect globe shape; small size, onlv 
l to 15 pounds. The 'flesh is bright, crimson. Pkt, 6c, oz. Hie . 



Vegetable Seeds 



MUSHROOM SPAWN 



, Cliainpirjnon. 



The Musi 
vicinity m) 1 
supply. It.- 
iug winter, 

C ill Una 

tlieio freqiju 
Iciirnl, by ex 
bsatSng tliei 



pressing this 
thg temperat 
so nogPBfla to 
spawn, tjovtoi 

dilitgi in allot 
will oaiise tin 
era! with pn 
dbgroes to 55 

small, this S)J 

mushrooms t 
dnetive, ;iiid i 
English Spawn f in h 
French Spawn. Mo 

In a-Jb. boxes, 75c. eat 
How Id Grow Mush 

tise of insl ruction for 



Champirjnon. Spanish, Seta, 
m BOjtSl square. 
iatly tii tho 



delight 

prepan 




MUSTARD 



ght to twelve inches apart. 




White TjoihIoii. The best variety for salad : the seed is also used mwli- 

cinally, and as a seasoning for pickles, Oz. 5c., ^ lb. 15c, lb. 10c 
Black or Brown. An esteemed sort, for culinary use. Oz. 5c, 1 4 lb. 15c.. 



Chine 

I'kY. 



s twice the 
, f£ lb! 30c?,' 1 



ze of the ordinary white Mustard; 
n; flavor pleasantly sweet and i.mi- 
. §1.00. 



OKRA, OR GUMBO 



, Quimlimiiho. 



DWAliF NASTUKTICM 

German, X,isi,tr/iHia 



The Nasturtium is both ornament;,] 

hil climber, mnl the dwarl an ex id 

yuiniK seeds ,,| cither, when piekied, n 
ill drills one ineli deep; tile hill should 
Dwarf Mi vcd. J'kl. 5c., oz. 15c., 

m„ lb.Sl.25i 



German, Safran. French, Gambn. Spanis 
One ounce mill plant. WO hills. 
This plant is extensively cultivated for its green pods, which are used it: 
soups anil stews, and are very wholesome and nutritious. Sow about I be mid - 
aieof May, in drills three IVef apart, and Ihin out, the plants to one foot apart. 
Improved Dwarf Gi't'cn. Very early; smooth pods. Pkt. 5c., oz. lu-,, 

% lb. 20c, lb. KOc. 
Improved Ijohr Green. t-Otlg ribbed 
pods; very productive, I'M. 5c. , oz. 10c, 
% ll>. 20c, lb. COc 
While Velvet. This Ok ra takes its name 
from the sin out Imoss of its p. ids, which are 
r"Utid. differing in this respect from the 
old sort. Pld. 5c, oz. 10c, y A lb. 20c, lb. GOc 

NASTURTIUM, or 
INDIAN CRESS 

French, dnpueine. Spanish, Moramtella. 
we -Mitt sow 20 fid of drill. 

and usei'itl, the lull variety Itiemini? a showy and grace- 

ingly beautiful and alt ructivt nlcr Dower, while the 

iniiah mi tixeel snt substitute for enpera. Sow the seeds 

IjB g«OTCO l.y the stdeol a fence ,„• supported |, va trellis. 
'.,1b. | Tall MH-ed. I'kt. 5c, oz. 15e„ y lb. -fOc, 

' '' ' IMPBOVED DWARF OltEEN 




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23 



Vegetable Seeds 



ONION 

German, Zwiehel. French, Oigvon. Spanish, Ceholla. 



One o 

For onion culture the ground should be prepared the previous aufcuioii by plonglu'n 
nil ted barn-yard manure. Sow Hie weed as early in spring US practicable, in shallow 
soil, which should be pressed down by ; he back of a spade. When tho young plants c 
apart. They must bo well cultivated 'and kept free from weeds. 



Wfu sow 100 feel of drill 
spading deeply 




iiig plenty of well- 
opvoi'inc with fine 
3 BU'png enough, thin out to four inches 

sods. 

Adriatic Barletta. A very early, small, pur.* while variety For 
pickling purposes it is unonlinled. l'kt. 5e., oz. 20c, % lb. 60c, lb. 
$2.00. 

Excelsior Pickling. One of the best whites for pickling, l'kt. 

5c, oz. 20c, % lb. GOc, lb. 52.00. 
Hardy White Winter. Tho earliest and hardiest variety grown; 

excellent i'or pickling. Fkt. 5c, oz. 25c, % lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 
Mammoth Silver King-, or Wh Gargaxis, T: 4 flat shape 
az. 25c, ^lb. 75c, lb. S2.50. 
Qlohultir Onion, of mild 
30, lb. $£00: 
sly; mild flavor, 



WHITE roitTCG AL, OK SILVER SKIN ONION 
Silver 



iUc, lb. 

Carlv Flat Red. Mild flflj 
., oz. 20c, l 4 lb. GOc, lb. 52.00. 
jre tied AVel hersiield. 
eping variety. Fkt. ac, oz. 5 
ge Red Italian Tripoli, 
ihse size. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c, : 



nd very mild flavor. 

i good keeper. Fkt. 

ive. and an excellent 
lb. $1.75. 

autiful Onion, of iui- 



White Portugal, 
Skin. A mild (lav 
good keeper. Pkt, 




White Be 

flavor. Fkt. 5c, oz. 30c, V. lb. 

75c, lb. $2.75. 
White Italian Tripoli. A 

variety of quick growth and mild 

flavor. Fkt. 5c, oz. 20c, y ± lb. 

GOc, lb. $2.00. 
White Bunch. For bunching 

or using in the green slate. Fkt. 

5c, oz. 20c, J| lb. 00c, lb. S2.0J. 
Ued Bermuda. A large flat, 

mild variety, l'kt. 5c, oz. 20c, 

% lb. 00c, lb. $2.00. 
Southport Yellow Globe. 

Similar to White Globe, save that 

it is light straw-colored. Pkt, 

5c, oz. 20c, \i lb. GOc, lb. 2.25. 
White Paris Silver Skin. For early bunching or pickling. Tho 

Ouious are of small size, solid and of mild flavor, l'kt, 5c, oz. 20c, 

% lb. GOc, lb. $2.00. 
Yellow Dutch. Avery lino variety and good keeper. Pkt. 5c, 

oz. 20c, % lb. GOc, lb. S2.00. 
Yellow Globe Danvcrs. Early, round, immensely productive and 

an excellent keeper, l'kt. 5c, oz. 20c, Jj lb. GOc, lb. $2.00. 



LARGE BED WETHEKSF1ELD ONION 



Mammoth 1 


ompeii, or lied 


Gargaiius. 


Tho skin is adcli- 


eato red, HQs 


h white, of a very 


Wild flavor, 
lb. 75c, lb. 


Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c„ 


Giant Koto; 


. A splendid vari- 


ety, of exece 


lingly mild flavor; 


color light b 


own. Pkt. 5c, oz. 


20c, lb. 60 


3., lb. $2.00. 


Southport R 


3d G lobe. A large, 


handsome v: 


■iety, very prodfie- 


tive and of 11 


ie quality. Fkt. 5c, 




60c, lb. $2.25. 


Australian 


Yellow Globe. 


Of perfect gl> 


lie shape and thin- 


necked ; earh 


r , productive ami an 


except! ) 


g60d keeper. Fkt. 


5c, oz. 20c, 
Prize Taker. 


i lb, 60c, lb. $2.00. 
A rich straw color 


and of enorm 


ous size ; an excel- 


lent keeper. 


Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c, 


% lb. GOc, lb 


$2.00. 



ONION SETS 



Three quarts will plant 100 yank of row. 
Onion sets require the same kind of soil as recommended tor "Onion," 
Thev should be planted early in spring in rows 12 inches apart, placing 
the sets four inches apart, in the row. When raised from sets, the onions 
can bo used in the green state in June, or they will bo matured by July. 

Prices subject to change. Perot. Per pk. 

Red Onion Sets SO 25 $1 50 

While Onion Sets 25 150 

Yellow Onion Sets 25 1 50 

White Multipliers 25 1 50 

Potato, or Yellow Multiplier Onions 

Shallots 




1 50 



Vegetable Seeds 



24 



WEEBER y DON 



PARSLEY 



To grow 
ami half an i 
plants to fou 
Extra Don 
iety, highl; 

Evergreen 
leaves, bet 
throoghmi 

Plain. A [ 
oz. 10e., 14 



German, Pctersilie. French, Penil. Spanish, I'lrijU. One ounce will sow 150 feet of drill. 

Parejey to perfection, it requires a rich, mellow and rather deep soil. Sow early in spring in drilli 



in tepid 1 



out 



foot apart 
the young; 



ble Curled. A beaufcitlilly 



ed fo 



islii 



Pkt. 



i. 10c, 



p. A distinct variety, with dark, glossy green 
tuti fully curled; it retains its dark green color 
t, the winter. Pkt. Co., oz. loe., > 4 lb, :)0c, lb. 51.00. 
I iin-leaved variety, line for flavoring.. Pkt. 5c, 
lb. 20c, ib. BOO. 



Extra Moss Curled. A Itaudsor 
beautifully crimped and curled. 1'k 

11). 75e. 

Fern-Leaved. The most superb garnishing variety ever 
introduced. Pkt. 5c., oz. 10c., V4 Ib. 25c., lb. 80c. 

H.uiiliui.s or Rooted. Extensively grown for its roots, 
which are used in flavoring soups. Pkt) 5e., oz. 10c., i. lb' 
30c, Ib. $1.00. 



PARSNIP 




the ground through the winter; 
sugary flavor is only perfected by ; 
American Hollow- Ci 

smooth and milky-white, without doubt, the finest 
* stock of Parsnip in this country. Pkt. Sc., oz. 10c, 
% lb. 20c, lb. 50c 
The Student. A ilne-flavored variety, recom- 
mended for small gardens. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, V, 
lb. 20c, lb. 50c. * 
Early Round. Adapted to shallow soils; very 
early and of good flavor. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. 50c. 



DOUBLE CURLED FA11SLEY 



PEPPER 




German, l'feff 
yearly in Ap 



French, I'imenl. Spanish, Pimienlo. 
\ hotbed, in shallow drills, six inehe: 
tlie plants in inr 




gilt golf let, 1 



ruits, used 

'.,1b. S2.50. 



;rt mountain pepper 



will produce 2000 plants. 

plant to the open ground as soon as the Weather 
■art. ami the same distance apart in the rows. 

'th, being about an Inch broad at the top and tapering 

rative plant. The pods, which are 

eSi ^ uWl. If*^ t r :,/ i|f^t whlh tJ 

Chili /Trite). Very piipiant and prolille. Small slin 
for making pepper Sauce. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c, ' ,'lb. 7 
Golden Dawn. In color this i 
productiveness is said to surpai 
oz. 25., % lb. 75c, lb. $2.50. 

Bell or Hull No 
flavor. Pkt. 5c, . 
Long- Red Cayenne. Fruit three to fo 

Japan Cluster. A desirable Pepper, .... 
«...ri',>t fi-i'i i'i ' J'.'.'u!"-," V" '" • \'*»J nselul, as iis brilliant 

Rrocopp's Giant. T,r, 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 256., J£ Ib. 1 
Ruby King-. The frni 
flavortsso mild and 
pepper and vinegar, likl 
25c, % lb. 75c, Ib. S2.50. 

5*2T'3£& « 2a[. : ' :" , !;!" 7 ^7^^- h " ly " i< '" 1 & 



any other variety, Pkt. 5c. 

T'l, A r' r arg n car] y vaript >* " r Pleasant 
y 4 . lb. 750., lb. 52.50, 



r inehe 



Ictoft of n bright 



, lb. $1.00, ib, $3.00, 
:, . n(I '"W- %B scarlet; flesh thick. 



is Drtght ruby-red. The 
tn be sliced and eatenwith 
f tomatoes. Pkt. 5c, oz. 



t it 



'ell 111 her 



WEEBER & DON 



25 



Vegetable Seeds 



PEAS 



One quart will plaid about 125 feet of drill. 
Peas mature! earliest in a light, rich soil; 

When grown in gardens sow in double 6 rows 
six to 



foi 



■ feel apart, the tal 



sowing the 
as early as tho ground i 
ruary or March : ami c< 
eiori DVtoy t.wo weeks vu 



is requiring brush. 

ra early varieties 
be worked in Feb- 
nue for a sucecs- 
Junc 



EXTRA EARLY PEAS 



' of a do 




?edingly sweet, and tender, 
irket variety and very pro 



MARKET PEAS 



2% ft. Pt. 15c, at 25c, pk. 31.50. 
ictive. 2% ft, Pt. 15c, qt, 25c, pk. Sl.ou. 
irket. 2% ft. Pt. 15c, qt. 25c, pk. $1.50. 



New York Market- This is 
round while Extra Early Tea tl 
been introduced. The 'pods ar 
green color and are produced i .,. 
quantities. 2% ft. Pt. 15c, qt. 30c, pit. 
51.75. ^ 
Alaska. The earliest blue pea, very uni- 
form in growth. The dark green color of 
the pods makes it extremely desirable 
2 ft. Pt. 15c, qt. 25c, pk. SI. 50. 
First and Best. One of the earliest market, sorts. ex 
Improved Daniel O'Rourke. The most popular n 

Philadelphia Extra Early. An old favorite variety. Extensively grown for r 

EXTRA EARLY DWARF PEAS 

American AVomler. One. of the best and most, desirable dwarf varieties grown. 1 ft. Pt. 20c, qt. 35c, pk. S2.50. 
Chelsea. It grows about 15 inches in height, of compact, habit and a large cropper. Pt. 20c, qt. 40c, pk. $3.00. 

-Exonian. As earlv as American Wonder, exceedingly sweet and tender. 

2i/ 2 ft. Pt. 15c. qt. 3Q.c, pk. $2.00. 
Gradus. This is the earliest large-podded pea in cultivation. The peas 
are tender, sweet, of extra size; pods average four to four and one-half 
inches long and contain from eight, to fen peas of enormous size and ex- 
cellent quality. 2% ft. Pt. 25c, qt. 50c, pk. $4.00 
Gregory's Surprise. Extra early wrinkled variety. V/. St. Pt.20e.qt. 
35c, pk. S2.00. 

Mel/can's Tattle Gem. One of the best, dwarf wrinkled marrows 

grown. 1% ft. Pt. 15c. qt. 30c, pk. $2.00. 
Nott's Excelsior. Pods large, well tilled with peas, which are. far super- 
ior to any of the other extra early varieties. ihi.fU Pt. 20c. ql, 35c, 
pk. $2.50. 

Premium Gem. A groat improvement on the "Gem" type for quality 

and productiveness. l l 4 ft. Pt. 15c, qt. 30c, pk. $2.00. 
Prosperity. The pods are as large as Telephone, and are well-lllled with 
from six to eight peas of enormous size. 2% ft. Pt. 25c, qt. 50c, pk. 
$4.00. 

Thomas I,axton. A strong grower and as productive as the well-known 
Gradus. The. pods are of a dark green color. Oiled with large peas of 
superb flavor. 21/, ft. Pt. 25c, qt. 50c, pk. SI. 00. 




SECOND EARLY PEAS 



kled variety with long, well-filled pods; 
qt. 25c, pk. S1.50. 

■d variety, pods large and well filled. I II. 



EXCELBIOR PEA 



Advancer. An early green un- 
qualify excellent, art. pi. is 

Blue Peter. An early blue-see 
Pt. 15c, qt. 25c, pk. SI. 25. 

Duke of York. Well-filled pods of deep green color, delicious flavor. A 
few days earlier than the "Advancer." 3 ft. Pt, 15c, qt. 30c, pk. $2,011. 

Filibuster!.. A. large-podded blue pea, of dwarf habit, and very produc- 
tive. 2 ft. PI, 15c, qt. 25c, pk. SI .511. 

Iiiixlon's Alpha. A very early wriukled marrow. 3 ft. Pt, 15c, qt. 30c, 
pk. $2.00. 

Ii<t,xt ou'S Prolific Iiong Pod. One of the most productive; pods 
large. 3 ft. Pt. 15c, qt. 25c, pk. $1.50. 

MEDIUM CROP PEAS 

Blue Imperial. A productive variety of good flavor. 3 ft, Pi, 15e.. i|t. 
25c, pk. $1.50. 

Bliss's Abundance. Roundish pods, containing six to eight large 
wrinkled peas of excellent quality. 2 ft. Pt. 15c, qt. 25c, pk. $1.50. 



Vegetable Seeds 



WEEBER & DON 



PEAS— MEDIUM CROP— Continued. 



Bliss's Kverbeai iii"'. Poils three to fi 
. large wrinkled peas.' 2 (t. Pt. 15c, qt. 2 
Champion of 1 



i abun 
Dwarf Cli.u 



inches long, producing six to eight, 
pk. 81.50. 

to variety grown, line flavored and 
% ft. Tt. 15c, (it-.'25e., pk. Si .50. 

liilglaiicl. Tho vines are vigorous, be&rtng abundantly 
large pods, filled with riel), marrow peas. 2i/> ft. Pt". 150., qt. 25c., pk. $1.50. 
Dwarf Telephone, or Daisy. A dwarf variety or the well-known Telephone. 
Pods from four to five inches long, cjirved at the end and filled with large peas 
of a beautiful green color. l}-£ ft. Pt. 208.., qt. 40c., pk. $2.50. 
Ilorslord's Market Garden. The pods are of medium size, well filled. 2 ft. 
Pt. loo., qt, 25c., pk. $1.50. 

J """'o 1,0 '- S W ' 1 '' clK ' il ' l0us <l ' uli X rwn 1>l>as o[ immense size. 2 ft, Pt. 15c, 

Pride of the Market. Large pods. A. poplilnr market Variety, 2 ft. rt. 15c 
qt. 25c., pk. SI. 50. 

Shropshire Hercj. A decided iitipi-OTemenl on tho old Yorkshire Hero; a 
nk S2IV 1 ? r ° Wer ' P^ubJ-ng J©ig^ well- (11 led pods. 2% ft. Pt. 15c, qt. ;!0c, 

mder poils, containing from eight. 
:lj.; tt. I't. 15c, ql, 80c, pic. $2.0!). 
somas into hearing be! ween the 
30c, pk. S2.00. 

lightly pointed; containing from 
M. 15c, qt. 30c, pit. S1.50. 
marrow pea. 2 ft. Pt. 15c, qt. 



Small Early lb 



to 




11 peas. 


The 


Doni 


A deer 




ond eai 


iy and i 


The 


Hero 


lie. U 


Ver 


vsliir. 


Hero. 




. pk. S 


.50. 



as of finest quality, 2 ft. 
A largo-podded, delicto 



Witch'-. Perfection. A delicious marrow pea, producing, large 
pods ; very productive. 2 ft. I't. 15c, qt. 30c, pk. §2.00. 



'elepho 

Blaek-Kyed Marrowfat. A popul:,. . 

den and field culture. 4 ft. Pt. 10c, qt, 20c-i 
British Ouecn. A very tallj - 



LATE OR MAIN CROP PEAS 

American Champion. One. of I lie largest, of all peas, enormously productive 
resembling the Telephone. 3% I't. I't. 15c, qt. 30c, pk. S2.00. 

: | ! ' " • . - . ... . highly esteemed both for gar- 

;. $1.25. 6 

. setest wrinkled peas-grown! sit/ PL 15c, °" e °* °» 

tfpS^tS^; 4 ta "' m va, ' i0,y ' wil " lurso M - 

Stratagem. A dwarf wrinkled marrow; heavy cropper 

With large, well-llllod pods. 2 ft. Pt, 15c, qt, 30c', pk, $2.00.' 
Telephone. An extraordinary capper, hearing immense 

semi-double pods. 4 ft, Pt. 15c, qt. 3llc, pk. S2.00. 
The Queen. Green, wrinkled, main crop variety. The pods 

are very large, and all over the vine. 2V„ ft, pt. jg c ... 

30c, pk. $2.00. ' 

Dwarf. Pt. 20c, ,,t. 35, 




ivuix3iproN peas <4£&pg>** m 

SUGAR OR EDIBLE-PODDED 
PEAS 

Used same as Snap Beans 

TaD. Pt. 20c, qt. 35c 



PUMPKIN 



Gorman, KurVis. French, Potiron. Spanish, Calabaza, 0 ne ounce wilt plant 50 hills 

se^h^Tnl;;^ enlarge 

nc-r as Melons or Cucumbers. • > ' 1 l lls lo B,lL " Mlll > dnd otherwise treated in the same man- 

Connecticut Field, Very productive. Oz. 5c, '% lb. 15c, lb. 40c 
Cashaw. Resembles the Winter Crook 
striped ana mottled witli green. Pkt.Se 

.Jumho. The lartresl vnrielv 




white, 
lb. 00a, 



PI. 



DajJ-ffe Cheese. The 

!i lb. 20c, lb. GOe, 



."Hie., lb. 



Squash- 
. 5c<, oz. 10c, ' 4 I 

, often attaining a weight of 200 lbs. 
50. 

.king purposes. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, 



■, or >Iammoi h. Grows 
.'100 lbs. Pkt. 5c. o/.. 10c, 



mmense size, often 
, lb. GOc 

?. market, pkt. Be, 



Nantucket. On,- of the sweetest. Pumpkins 
oz. loc, '.j lb. 20c, lb. 50e, 



WEEBER & DON 



27 



Vegetable Seeds 



POTATOES 



German, Kartoffel. 

Sps 

Ten 1mh&3 Oil lain 

Potatoes loeigh it 



French, Porrme >ie Tare. 

h, J'nUda. 

will plant one, acre. Seed 
•toes weigh, ma pounds to ike ban-el, net. 
seed Potatoes are northern grown and 
om disease._ It is our aim to have true, 
ubers, yielding heavy crops, and, abovo 
ieUent flavor and cpiallty when cooked, 
are the chief points to be found in the 



The 



oil. 



tal: 
soil 



bust - 



vege- 
s on 



kinds and in all conditions of fortil- 
a soil best suited to it is a sandy 
loam. Manure is applied either in rows or hills, 
or broadcast over the hills and ploughed in — 
the latter in most cases being preferable. In 
highly enriched soils the plants are more liable 
to disease than when grown in soil that is 
naturally good. Plant as early in spring as the 
ground can be had in fair working order, in hills 




EARLY FORCING VARIETY 

AV. & JVs Ash leaf Kidney. This is the earliest 
in cultivation, strong in habit of grov 
all that. 



ridges, about three fe< 
1ST 



h 



,<c D.'S ASHIjEAE kidney potatoes 

apart, cover lightly with soil, about four inches deep. 



>ty 

for cropping, 
qualities all that, can be desired. The 
skin and flesh are pure white, smooth, with few eyes, firm 
and floury when cooked. POr forcing or frame work this is 
the ideal 1'otalo. Lb. 12c, 10 lbs. Si.OO, 100 lbs. S9.00. 

EARLY VARIETIES 

Beauty of Hebron. Of the Early Rose type, but decidedly 

more productive. Pk. 75k., bush. $2.00, bbl. Si. 50. 
liovec. This varielv, in competitive trials, has outviclded all 

other sorts. It is a vigorous grower and excellent keeper. 

Pk. 75c, bush. S2.00, bbl. $1.50. 
Clarke's No. 1 . Earlier than the Early Rose and very pro- 
ductive. Flavor excellent. Pk. 75c, bush. $2.00, bbl. $1,50. 
Early Norther. Resembles' Early Rose and is a strong, 

vigorous grower. The eyes arc few and shallow. Pk. 75c, 

bush. $2.00, bbl. $1.50. 
Early Ohio. A seedling of Early Rose; tubers round 

early. Pk. 75c, bush. $2.00, bbl. $1.50. 
Early Puritan. An early white-skinned variety; ver 

duetive. Pk. 75c., bush. $2.00, bbl. $1.50. 
Early Rose. A splendid \ 

excellent qualify. Pk. 73c. 
Early Vermont. An impr 

for market or family use. 
Irish Cobbler. One of th< 

large, white and heavy en 

75c, bush. $2.00, 1)1)1. $-1.50. 



; very 



$2.00, hi 



ih. $2.00, bbl. $1.50. 
early varieties. Ver; 
collent quality; Pk 



:>toii Beauty. New. The introdu 
best, variety grown. A heavy c 
aetn.be 



r this is the 
mnd, hand- 

Pk. $1.25, bush. $1.00, bbl. SS.OO. 
ThorbuiJTl, A desirable early varielv; very productive 

Resembles the Beauty or Hebron, ik. 75c", bush. $2.00, 
bbl. $1.50. 

MEDIUM AND LATE 

Carman No. 1. Uniform shape and immense yielder. Its 
cooking qualities are of a high order. Pk. 75c, bu h. $2.0C 
bbl. $4.50. 

Carman No. :i. It has but few eyes, and they are very 
shallow. The skin and flesh are white ; its cooking tjualil ies 
are exceptionally One. Very prolific. Pk. 75c., bush, $2.00, 

bbl. $1.50. 

Improved Green Mountain. A. line, smooth, white- 
skinned, shallow-eved variety. Pk. 75c, bush. $2.00, bbl. 
$4.50. 

Late Rose. One of the best varieties for main crop. Pk. 

75c„ bush. $2.00, bbl. $1.50. 
Rural New Yorker. Large anil smooth variety of excellent 
quality, white skin and flesh. Pk.75c, bush. $2.00, bbl. $4.50. 
White Elephant. Late, large good quality and very pro- 
ductive. Pk. 75c, bush. $2.00, bbl. $1.50. 
While Star. Medium, early and large cropper; a good 



keeper. 



sh. $2.00, bbl. $4.50. 



■' : ''>v» 



SWEET POTATO PLANTS 

Ready in May. Price, per 100, 75e. 

RHUBARB 

German, llhabarber. French, Rhvharbe. 
Spanish, Rnibarbo. 

One ounce will produce 1,000 plants. 

Sow in April in drills 18 inches apart. When 
the plants are strong enough, thin out to six 
inches. In the fall or following spring, trans- 
plant the roots into deep, rich soil, three feet 





irt 1 
Lin ffi 

St. SI 



ich ■ 



IMPROVED GREEN MOUNTAIN POTATO 



Barly, large and tender. Pkt. 5c, 
b. 50c, lb. $2.00. 

. Immensely productive. One of 
the earliest. Pkt. 5c, oz, 30c, % lb. $1.00. 
Victoria. Very large. Later than the Lin- 
metis. Pkt. 6c., oz. 20c, % lb. 50c, lb. S2.00. 



RHUBARB ROOTS 

See Vegetable Plants, page 33. 



Vegetable Seeds 



28 



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RADISH 



German, Kellig, French, Radis, Spanish, lialmiiuts. 
Radishes require a light, loamy soil, moderately fertile, which should 
he deeply dug and well pulverized. The situation should be warm and 
sheltered. For an early supply sow in January or February in holbods, 
keeping well ventilated. In May they may be sown OUt-of-doors. Suc- 
cessive sowings should be made every two weeks. Radishes to be crisp 
and tender should make a rapid growth. 

FORCING VARIETIES 

Earliest Carmine Forcing-. The earliest, variety in cultivation, 
deep scarlet, turnip shaped, very small top, tlesh crisp and white ; valu- 
able for forcing or general sowing. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c. % lb. 25c, lb. 75c. 
Early Scarlet Globe Forcing-. A variety of distinct shape and 

brilliant color, short-leaved. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, \i lb. 25c, lb. 75c. 
Early Scarlet Turnip, White Tipped, Forcing. Fine forcing 

sort, maturing in about 20 days. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % 11,. 25c. lb. 75c. 
Extra Early Deep Scarlet, Turnip, Forcing. A small top and as 
• 'n cultivation; roots small, globular, deep rich 



One ounce will sow 100 feel nf drill. 



Bd DDlo 



Pkt 



dou ble the size of otl 
Flesh, pure white, er 
Non Plus Ultra F 
short-leaved. Pkt. 



ring;. A beautiful, d 

and tender, l'kt. 5c, 
jing-. Round, deep 
oz.TOc, % lb. '25c, II 



;T"WS 




C A II MINE KOltCTNQ RADISH 



Early Scarlet, Turnip. A well-known and highly ester 

variety, extensively grown tor market. Pkt'. 5,:., oz. tOe, 

% lb. 20c, lb. GOc 
Early Uomid Dark lied. Same shape as the Scarlet 

Turnip, darker in color and makes smaller tops. Pkt 5c 

oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. 60o. 
Early White Turnip. Pure white, fine for earlv use 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. GOc 



TURNIP-SHAPED VARIETIES 



lOarly Triumph. New Dot 

white roots striped with In 

table variety. Pkt, 5c, oz. 1 
Siant White Stuttgart. 

Ilrm, crisp, juicy ; does not 

% lb. 20c, lb. eOc 
Gray Turnip. One of (he 

market sort. I'kt. 5c, oz. 1 




While Tipped Scarlet Turnip. 

one of the best. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, \ 



Si: 



sdium 
b. 20c, lb. 60c 

\i lb- 20e.| lb. (iOc 



ing variety with globe-shaped 
;irt scarlet, and is an excellent. 
>c, l 4 lb. 50o. 
Very large, pur.! white sort, 
got, pithy. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, 

lest summer radishes; a fine 

!., l 4 lb. 25c, lb. 75c. 

r use. Pkt. 5c, oz. lQc, % lb. 

irly and of delicate llavor; 

>r ils endurance, of 



French Breakfast 

or summer sowing. 
Golden Y. 



OLIVE-SHAPE VARIETIES 

Scarlet, with white tip, shape nearly oval, good for to 
kt. 5c, oz. IOc, % lb. 20,-., lb. «0c 
Olive-Shaped. An early fo 
sp and brittle. The outside 
/. lb. 20c, lb. (iOc 



r summer radish. Flesh, 
< a, bright, fresh yellow. 



V Half-1 



Long It 

rapid gi 
Eong Si 



Olive-Shaped Scarlet. A very 

ety, of excellent cpialiby. Pkt. 
5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. GOc 

LONG VARIETIES 

[rorri any oilier radish in cull ivufion, the color at the top 
from thence downward il is a pure waxy White. Pkt, 5c, 
lb. 00c. 

Icarlet While Tip. Vivid scarlet, tipped pure white ; 
. oc, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. GOc 
>rt Top. Wry long and n i.-p, valuable f 



White \'ienua. or Lady Finger. Beautiful shape, 
brittle and of rapid growlh. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, l A lb. 20c, 



, open gro 
• white ; c 



California Maiiun.uli. Very largo 
white winter variety. Pkt. " 



Round Black Spanish, Fine To 
winter. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, 
lb. 60e. 



WINTER VARIETIES 



Rose Chitfa Wini. sr. Bright i 
color, flesh linn. Plu. 5.-., oz. I 
X lb. 20c, lb. GOc 

The Sandwich, fjsed bytlie Final 



lb. 30q., lb. $1.00. 




WHITE TtrPEO SCAHLET TUHN1P UADISH 



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29 



Vegetable Seeds 



SALSIFY or Oyster Plant 

German, ffaferumnel. French! Fal- 



sify. Spanish, Ostion Jlegelal. 

urn- ounce >"iii sow SOtfeet o f drill. 

A very delicate and nutritious 
esculent, especially esteemed for 
its peculiar oyster llavor. Sow 
the seed early in spring, in drills 
12 indies apart and one inch 
deep, thinning out the young 
plants to six inches. The roots 
will ho ready for use in October, 
when n supply should lie taken 
up and stored "like carrots. Those 
remaining will suffer no injury l>v 
being left in tho ground till 
spring. 

Mammoth Sandwich Island. 

Tender and delicious. Very su- 
perior. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c, % lb. 
inc., lb. $1,50. 
lions' White French. Pkt. 5c, 
oz. 10c, % lb. 30c, lb. $1.00. 

SEA-KALE 

German, Meei'koH French, Chou. 
Spanish, Alarm. 

One ounce will produce 300 plants. 

Cultivated for its blanched 
shoots, which are cooked as as- 
paragus. A supply may bo had 
all winter by planting the roots 
closely in a warm cellar before 
frost. Sow one inch deep, in 
drills two feet apart, thin out to 
six inches, and the next spring 
plant in hills three feet apart. 
Sen-Kale Seed. Pkt 10c, oz. 

30c, % lb. $1.00, lb. S3.50. 

For plants see veg. plants, p. 33. 




MAMMOTH SALSIFY 




SCORZONERA or 
Black Oyster Plant 

German, Ndui-arzwurzA. French, Scorzone, 



Diet 



ultivated lil 
The r< 



Ofeet of drill. 
greeable vegetal p|o, 
chit.elosely resem- 
>t be scraped, but 
uider, then peeled 



SCOHZONSBA 



simply 

and served like asparagus. 
Scor/.onera. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c., Vf lb. 60c, 
lb. S2.00. 



SORREL 



German, Saueramp/'er. French. Osettle. Spanish, Acedera. 
One ounce will sow 150 feel of drill. 

This plant is considered valuable 
for its acid properties; mixed 
with salads, it imparts an agree- 
able and refreshing llavor. Sow 
in shallow drills twelve inches 
apart, and thin out the young 
plants to six indies. 
Large-leaved French. Pkt. 

Sc., oz. 15c, }4 lb. 40c, lb. St. 25. 

SWISS CHARD or Spinach Beet 

This beet produces leaves only, excellent as greens. Culti- 
vate same, as spinach, sowing the seed in early spring, in drills 
1% ft. apart. Good cultivation-will Increase the. delicacy and 
tenderness oi the ieaves. 

SwJssj CllimL l'kt. 5c, 03.-100., \ lb. 20c, lb. 50c 

TOBACCO SEED 




<'<i>iin-ciiciii Seed Le"af. Suitable for ({rowing in these 
latitudes. Deed for cigar wrappers, l'kt. Hlci, oz. 306.. '.. lb. 
$1.00. lb. $3.50. 

imported Havana. Pkt, in,-., oz. 30c., ', Itr. fi.OO.Ih S3.50. 



SPINACH 



German, Spinal. French, Epinard 
One ounce toitl sow 100 f 



Spanish, Espinaca. 
el of drill. 



Spinach is more productive and of better cpiality if grown 
in rich soil. The main crop is sown in September for spring 
use and although ext remely hardy, requires to be occasion- 
ally protected by a light covering of hay during winter. For 
summer use sow from April to August, in drills 12 inches 
apart, thinning out the plants to three inches. 
Blooinsdale Savoy-leaved. A valuable variety with 

wrinkled leaves, resembling the Savoy Cabbage; it is very 

hardy and prolific Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, l / t lb. 15c, lb. 10c. 
Lai— e Thick-leaved. One of the best market sorts. It 

produces a largo thick leal' and stands a long time before. 

running to seed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 15c, lb. 350. 
Large Thick-leaved Viroflay. A lino selection of the 

ohnettuce-lcavcd Spinach ; for summer use it is excellent. 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb, 15c, lb. 40c. 




liONO-STANDINO SPINACH 

Long-Standing'. A distinct variety, standing from two to 
three woeks longer than any of the other sorts without go- 
ing to seed in this climate. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, f± lb. 15c, 
lb. 35c. 

New Zealand. Grows 1% ft. high, and if transplanted 
two by throe feet will produce an abundant crop in the hot 
weather when the ordinary spinach cannot bo had. l'kt. 5c, 
oz.10c, ^Ib. 30c, lb. $1.00. 

Prickly. An exceedingly hardy and productive variety, 
adapted for fall sowing. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 15c, lb.35e. 

Bound-leaved. One of the best for market or family gar- 
dens; good for fall or spring sowing, l'kt. 5c, oz. 10c, 
% lb. 15c, lb. 35c. 

Victoria. The leaves are thick and spread out flat upon the 
ground. It is excellent for spring sowing, but not. sufficient- 
ly hardv to stand the winter in this locality. Pkt. 5c, oz. 
10c, '.t lb. 15c, lb. 40c. 




Vegetable Seeds 



30 



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SQUASH 



German, Karbm. French, Gourde, Spanish, Calabimi. 



s BdrlywSJl plant sohHl.% 



(he. plants tp Hire 



<e, and 
! May. 



in, 



BUSH VARIETIES 



■ry yciiing, Pkt. So., on. lOe., $j( lb. 30e., lb. ¥1.00 
ookiiock. Twice as lnvg0 as the ordinary Sn 
s warty, and several days earlier, Pkt 5c, MS 



Improved White Bush Scalloped. It is a 

the old variety, beii\g very much thicker in l)u- 
no rim ; a splendid market sort. Pkt. 5c, oss. 15' 
tang Wit it 




Mi 



Au 



parly and productive. Pkt, 
on; 10c. X lb. 30c, lb. S1.00. 
While Bush .Scalloped. A * 
early variety, excellent Tor n 
ket purposes, pkt. 5c, ox. 1 



Yollo 



' Bush Set 

» the prcce, 
I'kt . 5a,, i 



oped. 



RUNNING 

VARIETIES 



Bay State. Fin 

of sweet flit 
yellow, an cx 
5c, oz, 10c, 
Boston Mart 



quality unex 
, or., 10c. % II 





RUNNING VARIETIES — 
Continued 

Early Proline Marrow. \v 



oz. 10e., J/J ||,. 

It is oWe of the 
linesi grained, 
:eepiog varieties 
, uz. 10c, 4g lb. 

iter variety with 



Improved Hubbard. A large 
very hard shelled variety of the 
hrst quality; keeps lunger than 
the marrows. p kr . 5c, o*. 15c. 



ighii.g-30t) 



Marhlehead. 

bling t heHubk 
edged 



lb. S1.00.' ** '"' 

Quite distinct ; very early, and of most deb- 
tor tail or winter. I'kt. 5e., ox. 10c, ^ lb. 30c. 

p m^:^t&^T 01 1 pw " ***** «*^. 



Yellow Cherry. FV.r prcsor 
Yellow Pear. Very tine pea 
Vellow Peach, lies-mbliug; 
Yellow Plum. Shape unit', 
lemon yellow; used tor preset 



TOMATO 



esand pickles. I'M 



'kt,5e.,nz. 25e. 
smooth, color 
70c, Hi. S2.50 



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31 



Vegetable Seeds 



TOMATO 



German, l.irhexapfd. French, Tm 
One uuncv will pyatlucp al 



Spanish, Tmncite: 
>00 plants. 



This delicious TOgetabtj 
products. The s ■otl slinu 
ih March, in drill*? live im 
the plants urn about two 
live melies apart in anafcb 


S is one of the most i 

■hes apart, and luill" 
Inches high, they sh 
■v hot-bed., orremov 


lowing a single plant to a 


pot. About the inii 


may beset out in the op 
»•"•«'«» '"■•ty he started by 


en ground. Sufh'c.ie 
sowing a few Seeds 


flower-pot, and placing it 


in a sunny window c 


W. cfc D.'s S( irlins Cn 

only fox - forcing purpi: 
planting when grown 
earlier than anv other s 


istle. The Jinest v; 
ises, but it e.xcells 
on a single stem, J; 
ort. The fruit is roi 


um size, smooth, free horn crack or walei 
seedless ; color bright scarlet, l'lct. 15c, OZ. 



Best of All l-'oicing'. It sel 

tile stem, dwarf habit anil vor 

Fruit of good size, and solid. 

50c, % lb. §1.50. 
Eclipse Forcing. A fre 

quality. One of the best fo 
Wot-more Selected For 

Fruit good size, red, round a 
Improve"! Ijoril lard I' 

forcing qualities, very at 

splondid variety for open 

oz. 50c, \i lb. $1.50, lb. $5.(10. 
Ac. no. Rich glossy crimson, 

one of (ho earliest. I'kl. 5c, 
Beauty. Fruit round, smool 

purple. Excellent quality, f'k 
Crimson Cushion. The Ci 

uutinged with purple Pipe 

is large, soliil, and almost .se 

$1.50, lb. $5.00 
Dwait'Aristc 

much preteiTi 



Pkt, 

of a line red color and big) 
i. SI .50. 

riety for forcing 
Bkfc 15c. 



settc 

forcing, I'kl . l 
ii)i>-. A splendid 
1 exquisite fli 



■lid, 



10th 



wcll-il, 
•eing. 



3 welt as lor fofeing. Pl£t t fOe 
I with purple; perfectly smooth 




A fine a 



Tkt. 10c, oz. 
r, rich, glossy. 



PI 



vf C 



diff 

and similar ii 
S1.00, lb. $3.50. 

Early .Jewel, 
cropper; fruit 
% lb. SI. 50. Hi. Si; mi. 

Early Buhy, This v 
toes and of distinct 
oz. 30c, V. lb. $1.00, It 



color bright re; 
Favorite, Thi 
Its shape is fcl 
Pitt, 5c, oz. 25 
F recti o in. As 
■With few 
prolific Pkt 
Golden Qu 



BEST OF ALIj IOJIATO 



very early, Uvrg 
c The fruit 
I. Pkr. 10 ■., Q>. 



ize ami 
llnu ; 



Is. 



color to the Acme. I'kl. 

A very early deep pink 
smooth, round and solid. 



H6. 



•oil,-. 



ell.'. 



variety; a heavy 
Pkt, idc, oz. 50c, 



it v i 



Pkt 



•th i 



•lies! of all large toma- 
appearance. Ekt. 5c, 



qualiti 



rfectty round, s"olid and 
me ih clusters and very 
1.00, lb. $:1.50. 
form of Beautv ; smooth 
i lb. 70c, lb. $2.50. 
fully ripe, is a rich, bright 
' 3S. The qlial- 



'. Perfection; 
., lb. $2.50. 
t is early, of 
id possesses 
iz. 30c, % lb. 



.' 11). 




Barge veiiow. Abou 

color bright yellow. 1 
Improved Mat chles 

uniform shape and go 
extraordinary keepin 
$1.00, lb. $3.50. 

Mikado. Very large, -smooth, SolUl and tine quality; color 
purplish-red,' foliage distinct. Pkt, 5c, oz. 20c. ' 4 lb. 70c., 

Da. ^2.50. 

Ponderosa. This Tomato is claimed to be the larjiast 
that has vet been inl rodueed. II is of a briu-bl ted Color, 
rather Hat. flavor and soliilily uuequaled. Pkt. 10c, oa. S0&, 

An'earlv variety of blood red co|..|' ; pecfeofly 
ns uniformly and bears abundantly until frost. 
!5c. ' 4 lb; 75c, lb. $2.50. 

is a large, very smooth, bright scarlet tomato, 
dy to the stem, without cracking. The flesh is 
id' of excellent quality; one of the best for ship- 
C. oz. 25c, Ja lb. 75c". lb. $2.50. 

mi,« i-,,.V»niat ami Ii..<ivinut trmonfh tomato 
agreeable acid 



ripeiM 
firm, i 
ping, 
able 
JTei 



id. Tli 
Pit 



i lb. 7Ue., 



Trophy. Extra Selected. A very large, sin... .lb and solid 
variety, of Hue flavor, and immensely productive. Pki. 
oz. 25c,, % lb. 70c, lb. $2.50. 
Bed Cherry. Small fruits, user] for pickles, I'kl. 5c, ox. 30c 
Bed Currant, very small and handsome, for preserves. 
™* 30c 

mbling a. peach ; for preserves, pickles 
Ut, 5e., oz. SOCi 

Isouic and solid; fine for preserves. 



ch 



lie.' 



rait h 



Red Pe: 

and OJchibil 
Bed Pear, 

Bed IMiim! bright red. ronti.l : tOY pickles. Pkl. .V., 0 
Sun wberrj . Winter t bci ry or Iie.sk Tomato; make: 
sauce. Pki. 5c, ox. 25c 



30c 
due 



Vegetable Seeds 



32 



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TURNIP 



Gorman, JbMbm. French, Navel. Spanish, Nnbo. One ounce will sow UO feel of drill. 

Turnips do best on highly enriched, light, sandy or gravelly soil ; commence sowing the earliest varieties in April, in drills, 
n twelve to fifteen melius apart, and thin out early to six or nine inches in the rows. For a succession, sosv at intervals of 
weeks. Until the middle of August. 

A very quick-growing white varietv, 
ing, Pitt. 5c, oz. 10c., '.jib. 20c, lb. 50o. 
II, solid, sweet and crisp, one of the best 
'" 500. 



fro 
tw< 

Early Flat Dutch 

adapted for spring sow 
Early Snowball. Sma 
for table use. Pkt. 5c. 
Early White Strati I 
or market variety. Pkt. 
Red Top Strap Leal 



al- 



exia) 



ely 



;. 10c. 



± 



>cst white table 
fib. 20c, lb. 50c. 
mown variety, 
and for stock. 



Pkt. 

I;oug While, or Cowhorn. A quick-growing, 
long-shaped variety; flesh line grained and sweet; 
an excellent sort for table use. Pitt. 5c, OK. 10c, 
J 4 lb. 20c, lb. 50c 
Golden Ball. Bulb of fine, form and bright yel- 
low color; a fine keeper; unsurpassed for table 
use. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, fef lb. 20c, lb. 50c 
Purple Top Milan. The bulbs are white with 
purple top, round, flattened and solid ; flesh pure 
white, sweet, and crisp. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 





BED AND WHITE STIiAF LEAP TURNIP 

Yellow Aberdeen Purple Top. .A very hardy and productive vari- 
ety of flue form and excellent quality; good for either table or stock. 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, J£ lb, 20., lb. 5Uo. 
Yellow Globe. The best yellow variety for general crop. It keeps 
well until late in the spring and is excellent for table use. Pkt. 5c, 
oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, lb. 50c 
Yellow Malta. An early variety of One flavor. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, $j lb. 20c, 
lb. 50c. 

Yellow Stone. An excellent variety for early or late sowing; a good crop- 
per and lino keeper; valuable for table use. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c, 
lb. 50c 



WUITE MILAN TUKNIP 



White Egg. Its shape 



vat, flesh 



sry lit 



Purple Top White Globe 

some globe-shaped variety, va! 
purposes. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, \/. 
Scarlet Kashniyr. The bri 
plish color of this Turnip gi\ 
resemblaneo to a latee radish 
white-fleshed 



table 



- market 
, lb. 50c. 



Pitt, 



bright red or pur- 
dish ; large, smooth, 
■llfint keeping quality. 



. 10c, '4 lb. 30c, lb. S1.00, 



rfectly 
flavor of the best 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c„; 
White Milan 

early Turnip, 
ti-e 



tap 



■th 



laxly 
and 



A splendid,; 




and flesh. Very desi 
early planting. Pkt. 5c 
Yi lb. 30c, lb. §1,00. 




IllirLE TOP MILAN TUUNtP 



RUTA BAGA 

RUSSIAN OR SWEDE TURNIP 



it or cellar during win 
June to the middle ol 

7-flcshed, purple top 

is a verv fine varietv ( 
i. Pkt. BC, "■/■■ Idc, | j 



IMI'HOVKI) AMERICAN RDTA BAGA 



Lou" White 1'ieiu h. A tl 

table. Pkt. 5c, oz. !()<•., lb. 
SKirving's Purple Top. A , 

5c, oz. 10c, % lb. 20c. lb. 50C 

A ffupfti'lof 



. 10c. 



. lb. 2IJc. 



oz. LOc, 
ored va 

•r.q. pei- 
tablo 



iely, an excellent keep.' 

one of the best, for Held 



ise; the loots 

Lth .jury. 

for the table 
■e, apail. and 

Tjsic or table. 

;a; it is much 

all the olhel 

and fine for 
•nil ure. Pkt. 
It and juicy. 



WEEBER & DON 



33 



Herbs and Vegetable Plants 



HERBS-SWEET, MEDICINAL AND POT 



The seeds should be sown in spring, in 
to about four inches. They should be liar 
closely packed in dry boxes with the ' 





w drills, twelve inches apart, and the young plants thinned outer transplanted 

I on a dry day, just before the blossom develops, dried ciuic'-' ° '--<■■-' 

excluded. 



ickly and bottled. ■ 




SWEET BASIL SWEET MAEJOEAM 

ANISE (Pimpinella anisum). For garnishing, cordials and 

flavoring. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 
BALM (Melissa officinalis). For culinary purposes. Pkt. 5c, 

oz. 20c. 

BASIL, SWEET (Oeymura basilicum). Used for flavoring 

soups, etc. Pkt. 5c, oa. 20c. 
BENE (Sesaniuin orientate). The leaves used for dysentery. 

Pkt.. 5c, oz. 20c 
BORAGE (Borago officinalis). Excellent for bees. The 

leaves are used in salads or hoi led as spinach. Pkl.Sc 07. 15e 
CARAWAY (Carum carai). The seeds are used in cakes 

and medicine, Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 
CASTOR OIL PLANT (llicinus communis). The seeds 

yield castor oil. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 
CATNIl> (Nepeta cataria). Has medicinal dualities. Pkt. 

10c, oz. 30c. 

CORIANDER (Coriandrum sativum). For garnishing ; the 
seeds useful for flavoring. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 

DILL (Anethum graveolens). Seeds used tor flavoring vine- 
gar. Pkt. 5c, oz. 10c, lb. 75e, 

DILL MAMMOTH. Larger than the old variety. Pkt. 
5c, oz. 15c 

FENNEL, Florence or Naples. In flavor resembling 

celery. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, % lb. 40c 
FENNEL, Sweet. Heeds aromatic ; for flavoring. Pkt. 5c, 

oz. 15c 

HOREHOUND (Marubium vulgare). Useful for its tonic 

properties. Pkt. 5c, oz. 30c 
HYSSOP (Hyssopus officinalis). Has medicinal dualities 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c 



SAGE BROAD-LEAVED THYME 

LAVENDER (Lavendula spica). For oil and distilled 
water, Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c 

MARIGOLD, Pot, (Calendula officinalis). The flowers 
dried or fresh are used in soups. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c. 

MARJORAM, Sweet (Origanum marjurana). Used for 
seasoning. Annual. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c 

MARJORAM, Pot (Origanum onites). Used for season- 
ing. Perennial. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 

MINT, Peppermint (Mentha piperita). Pkt. 25c. 

OPI UM POPPY (Papaver somniferum). Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 

ROSEM A II Y (Rosmarinus officinalis). Yields an aromatic 
oil and water. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 

RUE (Kuta graveolens). Perennial. Pkt. 10c, oz. 30c 

SA EE RON (C'nrflKimus tinctorius). Used in medicine, and 

SAGE (Salvia officinalis). The leaves are used in dressings 
and sauces. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c, lb. $2.00. 

SAVORY, Summer (Satureia hortensis). Used for season- 
ing and flavoring soups* Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c 

SAVORY, Winter. A hardy perennial ; used for flavoring. 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c 

TANSY (Tanaeetum vulgaris). Generally used in bitters. 

TARRAGON. Does not produce seed. Boots i 

35c each, $3.50 per doz. 
THYME, Broad-Leaved (Thymus vulgaris). The leaves 

are dried for seasoning. Pkt. 5c, oz. 40c, lb. S4.00. 
WORMWOOD (Artemisia absinthium). Has medicinal 

qualities. Pkt. 5c, oz. 35c. 



spring, 



ESCULENT ROOTS AND PLANTS 



ASPARAGUS ROOTS (See page 9). 
CHIVE PLANTS. Bunch 25c, doz. bunches $2.50. 
FRENCH GLOBE ARTICHOKE. Each 10c, doz. 

SI .00, 100 SG.00. 
HORSE-RADISH ROOTS. Doz. 15c, 100 75c. 
HOP ROOTS. Each 15c, doz. $1.50. 



JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE TUBERS, Qt. 25c, pk. 

$1.25, bush. S4.00. 
MINT. Each 15c, doz. $1.50. 
RHUBARB BOOTS. Kaeh 25c, doz. S2.50. 
SEA KALE ROOTS. Each 20c, doz. $2.00. 
TARRAGON BOOTS (Estragon). Each, 35c, doz. $3.50 ; 

extra large, each 75c. 



VEGETABLE PLANTS 



CABBAGE. Cold frame plants. (Beady in March.) 

Early Jersey Wakefield. 100 $1.00, 1,000 $7.50. 

Premium Flat. Butch. 100 50c, 1,000 $4.00. 

Improved Early Summer. 100 50c, 1,000 S4.no. 
CAULIFLOWER. (Beady in March.) 

Early Snowball. 100 S2.00, 1,000 $15.00. 
CELERY. (Beady in June.) 

Golden Self-Blanching. 100 50c, 1,000 $4.00. 

Perfection Heartwell. 100 50c, 1,000 $4.00. 

White Plume. 100 50c, 1,000 $1,00. 

Golden Bvvarf, 100 50c, 1,000 $1,00. 



EGG PLANTS, Pot Grown. (Beady in May.) 

New Y'ork Improved. Doz. 75c. 100 $5.00. 
LETTUCE. (Beady in April.) 

Boston Market. 100 $1.00, 1,000 $7.50. 
PEPPERS, Pot Grown. (Beady in May.) 

Large Bell, or Bull Nose, anil Sweet Mountain. 
Doz. 40c, 100 $3.00. 
TOMATO. (Beady May 1.) 

Acme, Perfection, Trophy, Stone, Dwarf Cham- 
pion, and Ponderosa. Doz. 25c, 100 S1.50. 



CANARY. Lb. 10c 

CANARY SEED, MIXED. Lb. 

10c 

HEMP. Lb. 10c 



BIRD SEEDS, ETC. 

LETTUCE SEED. Oz. 5c, lb. 25c, 
MAW. BLUE POPPY. Lb. 20c 
MILLET, AM Eli It AN. Lb. 10c. 
RAPE, GERMAN. Lb. 10c. 



ROUGH RICE (Oryza saliva). Lb. 



Lawn Grass 



34- 



WEEBER y DON 



LAWN GRASS SEED 




WEEBER & DON'S 

CENTRAL PARK LAWN GRASS 

(WEIGHT 20 POUNDS PER BUSHEL) 

This lawn mixture is composed entirely of the finest quality of fine-leaved dwarf (evergreen) growing grasses, 
m such proportions as will enable it to withstand the extreme heat ol our summer. We give special attention to 
the RE-CLEANix-' z\ ::jr ^Liiss seeds, removing all obncx:cus weeds and fortign subst aices thtts xstli-sie i ncrt'ect 
and clean lawn. 

We recommend four bushels of seed to the acre; the thicker the seed is sown the sooner a 
smooth, velvety lawn will be obtained. One quart of seed will sow 15x20 feet (300 So, feet); t bushel, 100x108 feet 
(10,800 sq. feet); 4 bushels, one acre (43,560 sq. feet). \ * " v 

Price, per quarr, 25 cts.; per peck, $1.25; per bushel (20 lbs.), $4.50 

FRENCH LAWN GRASS MIXTURE 



This is a very good inixtur 



(WEIGHT, 15 POUNDS PER BUSHEL) 
Price, per quart, 20 cts. ; per peek, $1.00; per bushel (15 lbs.), $3.50. 



LAWN TENNIS GRASS MIXTURE 

Price, per quart, 25 cts.; per peck, $1.25; per bushel (20 lbs.), $4.50. 

LAWN GRASS FOR TERRACES 

Price, per quart, 30 cts. ; per peck, $1.75; per bushel (20 lbs.), $0.00. 

LAWN GRASS FOR SHADY PLACES AND UNDER TREES 

Pnce, per quart, 30 cts. ; per peek, $2.00; per bushel (20 lbs.), $7.00. 



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35 



Grasses and Clovers 



WEEBER & DON'S 
GRASS MIXTURES FOR GOLF GROUNDS 



Wo recommend the folio 



ng mixtures as the most suitable to withstand our hot, dry summers- 
SPECI AL MIXTURE FOR GOLF COURSES. Pk. 75o„ bush. (15 lbs.) S2 50 

SPECIAL MIXTURE FOR GOLF LINKS. Pk. Sl.OO, bush. (15 lbs.) S3 50. 

SPECIAL MIXTURE FOR PUTTING GREENS. Pk. $1.50, bush. (20 lbs.) $5.00. 

W. & D.'s Special Mixture of Grasses 

FOR MEADOWS AND PERMANENT PASTURE 



a Specialty 

have now prop; 
>thy aud Clovei 



tional ten pounds of i 



lieh we have carefully studied the various proper- 
varieties bound lo give sal isfaetory results. While 
ict that the mixture we sell will last three or lour 

tree bushels of seed to one acre, with an addi- 



Special Mixture. Bush. (11 lbs.) $2.50. Mixed Clov 
Special quotations for large quantities. 

GRASSES AND CLOVERS 



AWNLESS BROME (13 

Will stand long droughts and produce 
heavy crops in dry sections 

CRESTED DOGSTATL (Cyuosurus 
Crista tus). An excellent grass for hard, 
dry soils, valuable for pastures and lawns, 

ENGLISH RYE GRASS (Loliuni 
Perenne). A very nutritious, rapid-grow- 
ing variety; valuable for meadows and 
pastures 

FANCY RED TOP (Agrostis vulgaris). 
Clean seed, free from chaff 

HARD FESCUE (Festuea Duriuseula). 
One of the most desirable dwarf grasses, 
excellent for dry soils 

HUNGARIAN GRASS (Panicum Ger- 
manteum,). This is a species of millet, 



$2 25 
6 00 



! to 



pe 



One bushel pt 



ITALIAN RYE GRASS (Lolium It 
cum). A valuable European vari 
adapted to any climate, and prodt 
large and nutritive crops 

KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS (Poal 
tensis). Well known and cxtensi- 
grown in all parts of the country 

MEADOW FESCUE (Festuea Pra 
sis). A valuable grass for perintu 
pastures, very productive and nutriti 



2 50 
2 50 
2 50 



■i for large quantities. 



MEADOW FOXTAIL (Alopeeurus lbs.' 
Pratensis). One of the earliest and best 
pasture grasses, grows rapidly when cut 
or eaton down by stock 10 

ORCHARD GRASS (Dactylis Glome- 
rata). A valuable pasture grass, adapted 
for growing in shady, moist places, under 
trees, etc 14 



RED or CREEPING FESCUE (Pes 
tuea Rubra). Valuable for lawns 

RED TOP (Agrostis Vulgaris). Valuable 
for either pastures or lawns 

RHODE ISLAND BENT (Agroslis 
Var.). Excellent for lawns or pastures.. 

SHEEP FESCUE (Festuea Ovina). An 
excellent grass for sheep pastures 

SWEET VERNAL GRASS (Anlhoxan- 
thum Odoratum). It. should be sown in 
connection with other grasses 

TALL OAT GRASS (Avena Elatior'). 
This is a valuable variety for pastures, 

TIMOTHY or HERD GRASS 
(Phleum Pratensis). A variety producing 
a proll table hay crop in almost any soil. 
1/2 bushel per acre 

WOOD MEADOW GRASS (Poa 
Nemoralis). A very productive grass, 
adapted for lawns or pastures. Thrives 



14 



CLOVERS 



Quantity 



ALFALFA, or LUCERNE 

(Medieagosal iva). One of Hi 

valuable forage plants 

ALSIKE (Trifolium Hybridum).. 15 lbs. 

CRIMSON or SCAKbET 
CLOVER (Trifolium Ihcarna- 
tum). An annual variety producing 

MAMMOTH RED or PEA 

V I X 10. Grows much taller than 



J 20 J- $0 20 $18 00 
20 is 00 



Pra- 



MEDIUM RED (Til 

tense). This is the common lied 
Glover so largely grown 1 hroughout 
the country 

WHITE CLOVER (Trifolium 
liepens). The best variety fol- 
ia, was ; valuable in permanenl pas- 
tures 

YELLOW TREFOIL (Mcdicngo 
iilpultna). Suitable for paslures in 
wet meadows or for still', clayey 

MIXED CLOVER 



15 lbs. $0 20 $18 00 



10 lbs. 25 23 00 



15 lbs. 15 12 00 
10 lbs. 25 20 00 



Farm Seeds — Roots and Corn 



36 



WEEBER & DON 



ROOT CROPS FOR FARM STOCK 




MANGEL-WURZEL 

Six pounds will sow one acre. 
Champion Yellow Globe. The llnest globe 
variety; the bulb is of handsome form, clean 
single-tap root, and small foliage. % lb. 15c, 
lb. 35c. 



Leviathan Long Red. One of the largest and 
most profitable varieties grown for agricultural 
purposes. % lb. 15c., lb. 35c 
Long- Red. An excellent variety for feeding stock; 

a heavy cropper in deep soil. l 4 ' lb. 10c, lb. 25c. 
bellow Globe. A globular-shaped variety, 
adapted for growing in shallow soils. »„' lb. 10c, 
lb. 25c. 

SUGAR BEET 

White Sugar Beet. A heavy cropper, highly 
recommended for feeding purposes. % lb. 15e., 
lb. 35o. 

Lane's Imperial Sugar Beet. One of the, best 
varieties for feeding cattle. % lb. 15c, lb. 35c 



Thri-, 



CARROT 

Dili SOW 01 



p'ovmUs 

Danver'fi Half Long Orange. Very extensively 
cultivated, both for market and agricultural pur- 
poses. >i lb. 25c, lb. 75c. 
Improved Long- Orange. For Held crops this is the best 
White Belgian. Very extensively grown tor feeding hor 




IMPROVED AMERICAN RUTA 



.rioty grown. % lb. 25c, lb. 75c. 
s and cattle, % lb. 25c, lb. 75c. 



American Hollow Cre 

feeding stock. Lb. 50c 



PARSNIP 

Six pounds will sow one acre 
. Long, smooth and milky white; the most prolifable for 

TURNIP 

Two to three pounds /rill son- otle acre. 
>ng White or Cowhorn. A quick-growing, long shaped variety. % lb. 20c, lb. 50c 

A globe-shape. I variety; valuable for feeding stock. > 4 lb. 

A well-known variety, extensively grown for stock. % lb. 20c, 

White Strap Leaf. The best white variety. ^ lb. 20c, lb. 50c 
Yellow Aberdeen Purple Top. A very hardy and productive variety, good for either table or stock. % lb. 20c. lb, GOc 
Yellow Globe. The best yellow variety; it keeps well until late in the spring, and is excellent for stock. ' 4 ' lb. 20c, lb. 50c. 

RUTA BAGA, Russian or Swedish Turnip 

Two to three pounds will sow one acre. 
Champion Swede. A handsome globe-shaped variety; the 

best for stock. % lb. 20c, lb. 50c. 
Improved American. A ycllow-IIcsheil, purple top variety 

grown for stock. % lb. 20c'., lb. 50c. 



LEVIATHAN MANGEL-WURZEL 



Long White French. A tine llavored variety, a 

keeper and lino for stock. % lb. 20c, lb. 50c 
Skirving's Purple Top. One or the best lor ft, 
' M lb. 20c, lb. 50c. 



FIELD CORN 



Eiqhl quarts will, plaid one acre in hills; thri 

DENT VARIETIES 

Goltlen Beauty. Surpasses all in size and produc 

Qt. 15c, pk. GOc, bush. $2.00. 
Improved Learning, liars of good sia*. «..h sm 

grain of bright yellow. 
Pride of the North. 

bush. S2.00. 
Queen of t he Prairie. 

crop in 00 days. Qt. 15c 
Southern Horsetootb. For Fodder. 1'k. 50c 
Sweet Fodder; Pk. 75c, bush. S2.50. 



■ush. S2.00. 
Qt. 15c, pk. GOc. 



In this latitude il has 
pk. 60c, bush. $2.00. 



11 solo one acre broadcast or lialflliat <imiutih/ in drills. 

FLINT VARIETIES 

Early Yellow Canada. A very early, small-eared variety. 

Qt. 15c, pk. GOc, bush. $2.00. 
King Philip. Very early; matures three months after 

planting. Qt. 15c, pk. GOc, bush. $2.00. 
Longlellow. Well adapted for Northern States. Qt. 15c 

pk. GOc, bush. $2.00. 
Large Yellow Flint. Very productive and ofgood finality. 

Qt. 15c, pk. GOc, bush. S2.00. 
Tboroughbred White Flint. A verv robust grower ami 

heavy Cropper. Pk. 75c, bush. S2.50. 



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37 



Farm Seeds— Miscellaneous 



CEREALS AND 
FARM 

BUCKWHEAT 

Should be sown broadcast about the middle of June. 
One-half bushel will sow one acre. 
New Japanese. It is a splendid yielder, being superior in 
this respect to the Silver Hull. It is from seven to ten days 
earlier, and makos better flour than any other kind of JJuc.'k- 
wheaf. Lb. 20c, bush. $1.50. 
Silver Hull. This variety is superior in every respect to 
the common kind. Bush. SI. 50. 

BARLEY 

Two bushels will sow one aero, broadcast, 
Vermont Champion, Two-rowed, early, hardy and pro- 
line. Pfc. 50c, bush. $1.50. 
Two Kowetl. Pk. 50c, bush. SI. 00. 

ENSILAGE CORN 

One and one-quarter to one and one-half bushels will sou) one acre. 
Sweet Fodder. Pk. 75c, bush. $2.50. 

Southern Horsetooth. For fodder. Pk. 50c, bush. SI .75. 

OATS 

I'leo bushels will SOW one acre broadcast. 
Clydesdale. An early variety of White Oats ; heavy cropper, 

early and productive. Pk. 50c, bush. (32 lbs.) $1.50. 
PrQbSteier. One of tho most valuablo varieties. It is very 

productive and heavy. Bush. (32 lbs.) $1.25. 

PEAS 

One and one-half bushels per acre. 

Canada Field. Very valuable for milch cows and ensilage 
in northern climates. Pit, 75c, bush. $2.25. 

Southern Cow. Largely grown in the southern states and 
in recent years in the northern states for foddor and plow- 
ing under. Price variable; about $2.75 bush. 

RYE 

One and one-half bushels will sow one acre broadcast. 
Mammoth Winter. A variety from Vermont; heavy 

cropper. Bush. $2.00. 
Winter. Hardy and prolific Bush. ..$1.50. 
Spring. Splendid yielder. Bush. $2. CO. 

WHEAT 

One- and one-half bushels will sow one acre broadcast. 
Fultz (Winter). A standard sort; very reliable. Hush. S2.00. 
Saskatchewan Fife (Spring). Uneqtialed for earliness, 
yield and vigor. Bush. $2.00. 

MILLET 

One bushel will sow one acre. 

Common (Panieum Miliaceum). Bush. $2.50. 

German or ©olden (Panieum Miliaceum Aureum). Med- 
ium early; height three to five feet; heads closely condens- 
ed ; spikes very numerous. Bush. $2.50. 

Hungarian (Panieum Germanicum). Early; height two to 
three feet; abundant foliage and slender head; withstands 
drought, and yields well on light soils. Bush. 82.50. 

.Japanese. Very productive. Makes line fodder and when 
cured an excellent substitute Cot hay. Sow about 15 pounds 
to tbe acre. Lb. 15c, 100 lbs. $10.00. 

Pearl or Egyptian. Grows from 8 to 10 feet high. Row 
5 to 8 pounds per aero in drills 2 f«ot apart. Lb. 15c, 100 
lbs. $10.00. 



MISCELLANEOUS 
SEEDS 

RAPE 

Sow 10 to 12 pounds per acre broadcast and 6 to 6 pounds per 
acre in drills 16 inches apart. 

Dwarf Essex. For sheep pasture the Dwarf Essex Rape is 
invaluable. It may be sown in Mav and will be ready for pas- 
turing in July. Lb. 10c, 100 lbs. $7.00. 



SUNFLOWER 

Five pounds will plant one owe. 

Mammoth Russian. One of the most profltable crops; 
the seeds being used for poultry feed, and leaves make ex- 
cellent fodder, being relished by all kinds of stock. Lb 10c 
100 lbs. $7.00. 



SORGHUM 

25 pounds per acre in drills. 

Early Amber Sugar Cane. Its distinctive features are 
its earliness and great yield of both sugar and syrup. Cul- 
ture the same as for corn. Lb. 15c, 100 lbs. SG.OO. 

Early Orange Sugar Cane. A little later than the Am- 
ber. It does not succeed well north of latitude 43 degrees 
Lb. 15c, 100 lbs. $6.00. 

Halapense (Johnson Grass). Sow 35 pounds to the acre. 
Lb. 20c, 100 lbs. $14.00. 

.Red Kaffir Corn. Fine forage for horses and cattle. Sow 
5 pounds per acre. Lb. 15c, 100 lbs. SO. 50. 

White Kaffir Corn. Lb. 15c, 100 lbs. $0.50. 



VETCHES 

One and one-half bushels per acre. 

Sand, Winter, or Hairy (Vicia Villosa). Produces g.:od 
crops on poor sandy soils. Being perfectly hardy, it may 
be sown either in the spring or fall, mixed with oats or rve 
for support; height four or Ave feet; very nutritious and 
relished by all kinds of stock. Lb. 15c, 100 lbs. $10.00. 

Spring Tares ( Vicia Sativa). Valuable for sowing for 
green fodder and soiling. Lb. 10c, 100 lbs. $7.00. 

SUNDRY FARM SEEDS 

Broom Scotch. Useful for making coarse brooms. Oz. 10c, 
lb. 50e. 

Broom Corn, Evergreen. Lb. 15c, lOfj lbs. $10.00. 
Cotton, Sea Island. Lb. 15c 

Flax Seed. Sow 70 to 80 pounds per acre. Lb. 10c, 100 lbs. 
$8.00. 

Furze or Gorse. Scotch Whin. Makes a flue forage plant 

for winter use. Oz. 10c, lb. 80c 
Hop Seed. Pkt. 10c, oz. $1.00. 
Honey Locust (Gleditsehia horrida). Lb. -10c. 
Yellow Locust (Bobinia pseudaeacia). Lb. 40c 
Osage Orange. Makes One hedges. 1,1.. 50c, 100 lbs. $35.00. 
Poppy Opium. The seed produces oil and tho plants 

opium. Oz. 20c, lb. $1.00. 
Sainfoin (OnobryehiS Sativa). Aline forage plant for dry 

and barren hillsides. Lb. 15c, 1110 lbs. $10.00. 
Seradella. A valuable forage, plant ; sow about 50 pounds 

to the acre. Lb. 25c, 100 lbs. $10.00. 
Tcosinfe (lieana Luxurious). Grows 10 feet high. A val- 
uable fodder plant. Sow in Mav or June, using i pounds per 

acre. Lb. 75c, 100 lbs. $00.00. 
Wild Rice (Zizania Aquatica). Much sought after by water 

fowl. Lb. 25c, 100 lbs. $15.00. 



Flower Seeds 



38 



WEEBER & DON 




GENERAL LIST OF 

CHOICE FLOWER 



KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS USED 
THROUGHOUT THE FLOWER SEED 
PORTION OF OUR CATALOGUE 



ing three or 
Heqiiive pro- 
three or more 



Full Directions for Sowing Flower Seeds Printed on Each Packet 



ABOBKA Vtridiilo 



H. P. Pkt 
ABRONIA. 



Umbellata. Delk 
lilac flowers. Pk 

Fraffrans. SweS 
Jow flowers. Pkt 

ABUTIXON. New 
ACACIA. Elegant 



•s. H. H. A. % ft. ! 
isly fragrant rosy : 



ter ami spring 
irkable for their 
liage. G. S. 



FLOWER SEEDS IN PACKETS FREE BY MAIL 
ADO.MS Fslivalis (Flos Adonis)., 



Au< ii in nal i: 

son with da: 



Vernal is. Spring -flowering hardy 
perennial, with large yellow blOSS S. 

rut. oo. 



a (False Aloe) 
Pit, 10c. 



ALYSSUM 



Fin 



at Mixed. 



. 10a. 



A C A N T H U S Mol I is. Ornamental 
leaves, white ; 3 ft. H. P. Pkt. bo. 
Spinosus. Purple ; :j ft. It. 1'. Pkt.Se. 

A CHI I j Ii K A PMoa I I. El. 

Double while flowers, line for witting : 

2 ft. H. P. Pkt. lOe. 
ACONITUM (Monk's Hood). Willi 

soras; 4 ft,.' " II. P. " J0 
NapeJluS. Blue and while. Pkl. 5e. 
Pyj-amidatum. Blue; i It, Pkt. 5e 



ACROCIjIMUM. Beautiful bonier 
plants, with pretty everlasting flow- 
ers ; line for winter bouquets. 1 ft. 
H. H. A. 

Album. Pure white. Pkt. 5c. 
Roseum. Bright rose; Pkt. 5e. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. ae. 
AI)i;\OPIIORA Iiillifolia. Elegant 



AGERATUM 



Blooms throughe 
taken out of the gri 
flowers all the win' 



• pe 



,'ith fragrant blue 
. lOe. 



Cirrhosa (Mountain Fringe). White- 
15 ft. Pkl, 10e. 



AG HOST KM MA Cooli Roi 

(liose of Heaven). Hat 



Alba. White; 1 

Coronaria All 

( Rose Campion) 
en nia I; dark 111 
Pkt. 5c\ 

A II. a. White; 2 ft 



AliOYSIA Citriod 

Lern'Oll Verbena. 




Mexican um uanum (Princess Vic- 
toria Louise). 'Bright, light blue, whip, 
center, line for carpet, bedding. Pkt. 

lOe. 



Imperial I) n arl'. 

Pkt. 5e., oz. GOe. 



ALYSSUM, SWEET-SCrN CED 



WEEBER y DON 



Flower Seeds 



ANTIRRHINUM 




(Snapdragon) 



While. PumwMtespikes, PkMoe 
Tall Jlo.sc. Pkt. fie. 
Tall Scarlet. Brilliant shade 
Pkt. 5c. 

Tall White, lieautiful purr. 



white 



Pt 



AMARANTHUS 

Oi'iuvmeote] foliage plants, producing a 
Btrildtig effect either in tliQ conservatory 
or flower-garden. H. H. A. 

Atropurpurous. Rdd toUage, droops 
ing spikes; 2 It. Pkt. 5e. 

Bicolor Ruber, jfollagd green and 
dark red wJl li golden tip; 3 ft. Pkt. ue. 

Caudal us (Love-Lies-Bleeding). Dark 
drooping SpikpS; 3 rt. I'kt. 5c, ox. 20c. 

Criieilttis (Prince's Feather). Erect 
scarlet, flowers; 2 ft. Pkt. 5c. 

Mclaneholieus Ituber. Foliage 
blood-rod; 2 ft. Pkt, 5c. 

SalieiJblius (Fountain Plant). Dis- 
tinct variety, with gracefully droop- 
ing willow -shaped leaves, marked 
with orange, carmine and bronze; 4. to 
6 ft. Pkt. 5c. 

Tricolor (.Joseph's Coat). Leaves 
scarlet, yellow and green; 2 ft. Pkt. 
5<$„ <J2. GOGf 

ANAGALIjIS Grand iflora (Pitoper- 
nello). Showy, dwarf, hardy annual : 
suitable for edging beds or rock-work ; 
6 inches. Finest mixed. Pkt. SC- 
AN C H IT S A . Very attractive hardy 
plants, will) (lowers resembling large 
Forget-Me-Nots ; excellent for Cut 
flowers. 

Bnrrelicri. Deep blue; 2 it. IT. P. 
Pkt. 10c, 

Capcnsfs. Azure blue; ]l/ 2 ft. II. A. 
5c. 

ANKSfONE Corona ria (Po].py Ane- 
mone). These are exceedingly beau- 
tiful early spring flowering plants. 
Mixed colors; 1 ft. H. P. uc. 
Japouica Alba (Honorine Jobert). 
Pkt. 15C. 



Tall Yellow. Deli.-afe prim- 

roso-yoUow. Pkt. 5c. 
Tall Finest Mi.votl. Pkt. 5c.. 
oz. 50e. 

Queen of the North. Half 
dwarf, pure white, I'kt. 10c. 
Dwarf, Finest Mixed. 
The dwarf sorts arc ev, cl- 
ient fur bedding purposes. 
Pkt. 5c„ oz. SOc. 
Sunlight. New Tnm Thumb 
Snap-dragon, with briitlu 
canary-yellow foliage; flow- 
ers are rosy white, striped 
Willi crimson. I'kt. life 
Collection of Six Disl iiict 
Varieties. Tall. SOc. 
Collection of 
Twelve Distinct 
Varieties. 




ABA BIS Alpina, Excellent for bord- 
ers or nick work. Pure while; V' It. 
H. P. I'kt. 1Uc. 

ARAliTA Siebnldi. An der-unr green- 
house plant, with In d, glossj , gi-ten 

leaves. Pkt. 10c. 

ABCTOT1S Grand is. Fine fin- cut- 
ting. H. A. 2% ft, PL. 10c. 

ASCIiEPIASCoriiut i. Sweet-scented 
purple; 1 ft, II. P. Pkt, 5c, 

Incarnata (Swamp Milkweed;,. I; 

purple; 4 II. 11. P, Pkt, 5e. 

ASPERTTliA Odorata. (Wo, -,drn II i. 
Sweet-scented, white; U/> ft. H. I', 
rkt. 5c. 

ASPARAGUS Plumosus Nanus. 

Graceful and feathery bright green 
foliage, extensively grown by florists 
for cutting purposes. l'kt.2.'ic. 

PltmiQSus Rolmstus. Distinguished 
liv vidimus, robust and quick growl U. 
Pkt. 25c. 

dsonie jafl'C&h Ik <U$e 
growl h, drooping 
irally from pots or 
Pkt. 25c. 

aubuietia. Hardy pc,- 
' Of dwarf, compact, 
, suitable for cock- 
:md herbaceous 

Deltoidea. Piue for roi-k- 
work, purple, I railing. I'kt. 
10c. 

Grasca. Purple, trailing. 

Pkt, 10c. 
Deich tli nii. Carmine, 
trailing. Pkt. 15e. 
AURICUIjA. Of this beau- 
tiful little plant we have a 
very line strain of English- 
saved seed, The (lowers, 
able the Prim- 



AQUILEGIA 

(Columbine) 

I'.legant, II. P., of easiest cullivation; 
1% to 3 ft. 

Chrysantha, Beautiful bright vel- 
low; 2 ft. Tkt. 10c. 

Chrysantha, Fl. PI. Thatching 
llower stems are crowned with a 
profusion of double yellow llow- 
ers. Pkt,20e. 

Coerulea. A most bcaul iful vari- 
ety; with latga violel-blne ami 
white flnwers;"2 ft. Pkt. ]0e. 

Single, Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c., 
oz. 30c. 

Double, Finest Mixed. Pkt, 5c, 
oz. 30c. 

Collection of Twelve Splendid 

Varieties. 75c. 
Collection of Six Spleudid 

Varieties. 500, 




AQUILEGIA COLUMBINE 



Flower Seeds 



40 



WEEBER & DON 



Weeber & Don's SUPERB ASTERS 



COMET 

pef- 

iryS- 
jlors 

of tl 

ly in delicate similes. 
m ft- 

Carmine, Light 
Blue, Reddish Li- 
lac, Rose, Rose and 
White, AVhile. Each, 
pjtti 10c, oz. $2.50. 

Finest Mixed. Pkt. 
10c, oz. $2.00. 

Collection of Six 
Distinct Varieties. 
60c. 




QUEEN OF THE MARKET 

The earliest of all; iu full bloom two 
weeks before most other sorts ; extremely 
useful for outline. 

Crimson, Dark Bine, Liiiht Bine, 
Bose, Pure "White. Each, pkt. 10c, 02. 
S2.00. 

Choice Mixed. Pkt. 10c, oz. $1.75. 

VICTORIA 

In elegance of habit surpasses ail other 
varieties, being that of a beautifully 
formed pyramid, bearing ten to twenty 
flowers which are perfectly double. l%ft. 

Crimson anil AVliiie, Dazzling' 
Scarlet, Sky Bine, Peach Blossom 
Pink, White. Each, pkt. 10c 

Miss Roosevelt* Primrose passing 
to Mesh color. Pkt. 15c . 

Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10e., oz. 82.50. 

Collection of Six Distinct Va- 
rieties. 50c 

Collection of Twelve Distiuct 
Varieties. 90c 

SEMPLE'S GIANT 
BRANCHING 

A beautiful type of American origin. 
Tall, branching habit, bearing magnilicent 
large Mowers. Measuring from 4 to fi in. 
across. 3 ft. 

Crimson, Dark Blue, tight Bine, 
Pink, Bose, While. Kach, pkt. 10c 

Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c, oz. S2.50. 

Collection of Six Varieties. 50c. 

PEONY-FLOWERED 
PERFECTION 

The flowers a ro very largo and double, 
petals beautifully curved. V/ 2 ft. 

Carmine, Light Blur., I lose. Scar- 
let, Snow White. Each, pkt. 10c. oz. 
$2.25. 1 

Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c, oz. §2.00. 

Collection of Six Distinct Vari- 
eties. 50c. 

Collection <>r Twelve Distinct 
Varieties. 75e. 



C H BY S.1NTHEJI CM F L O AV - 
FRED. Dwarf. A spleudiil variety 
of compact habit. • 

Finest Mixed. Pkt 10c, oz. S2.00. 

Collect ion of Six Distiuct A r aric- 
ties. 50c. 

Collection of Twelve Distinct 
Varieties. 75c 

BETTE RIDGE'S QUILLED 

Large, double flowers, composed ot tube 
or quill-shaped petals, surrounded by 
broad guard petals. 2 ft. 

Finest Mixed. Pkt, 5c, oz. $1.00. 
Collection of Six Distinct Va- 
rieties. ii5c 



Collection of 
Twelve Distinct 
Varieties. 50c 

JAP V .V E S E 
T A S S IS h . The 

flowers are large, 
curiously waved and 
curled as to resemble 
a Japanese chrysan- 
themum, 

est Mixed. 



GIANT 
COMET 

This magnifi- 
cent new tribe of 
Asters comes per- 
fectly true in 
character; plants, 
12 to 15 in. high, 
form regular pyr- 
amids completely 
covered with su- 
perb large double 
flowers. 

Sulphur Yel- 

1 o w , The 
Bride, "White. 
Each, pkt. 10c. 

Choice Mix- 
ed. Pkt. 10c, oz. 
52.50. 

Giant Comet 
Branching. 
Finest .Mixed. 

Pkt. 10c. 

CHRYS.AX- 
T H F M V M 
FLOWFRFD. 
Tall. The llow- 
ersnrela rge.wilb 
long stout stems. 

2 ft. 

FinGSl Mixed. 

l'i:L10c,oz.S2.00. 



Pkt. 10c 

T R I IT M P H . 
Deep Scarlet. A 
rich brilliant scarier ; 
each plant; bears at 
least thirty to forty- 
flowers. Pkt. 10c 

TRIUMPH. 
Scarlet Kilg'cd 
White. Surpasses 
Triumph. Pkt. loo. 

CHINA 




ASTEK, JAPANESE TASSEL 



WEEBER & DON 



41 



Flower Seeds 



ASTERS-Continued 
King' Humbert. Of the Comet type, 

with long white tassele.d llowers. Pure 

White. Plct. fOc,, 
Lady Aster. A disk 

variety ; the. Mowers are ( 

shitped, borne oh IStti 
right sterns ; le; 



white 



up- 



rov 



Pi 



WT 



Pkt/lOc. 



Torra and 
bloomer. 



BACHELOR'S 
buttons. See 

Oyanus. 
BAPTISIA Austra- 
lia. A flue hardy pe.r- 



spik 



1> 



jdu 



■sliaped, 



Mfgnou. Like tjlo Victoria i 
habit, hut a more profuse 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c. 

Ostrich Plume. Bowers a 
ed of very long narrow loos 

1 1 • i . Vn\. Mixed. Ik't" 
Snowball, or W hite Prim 

class resembles in height am 
Mignon Aster. Bur© White. 
Perennial Mixed (Starwoi 
aelmas Daisies). Single 
hardy, herbaceous plants, 
any good garden soil. If so\ 
the sprint,' they will Howe 
season. Plct. lUc. 



BALSAM 

Magnificent, either for conservatory m 
outdoor decoration, producing, in gor- 
geous profusion, (lowers of the iviosl, bcau- 
tiful and varied colors. 2 ft. H. H. P. 
Double Lavender. Pkt. 5c. 
Pink. Pkt. 5c. 

Scarlet, Mottled White. Pkt. 5c. 



Bright Scarfet, Pkt. 5e. 

Pure White (Perfection). Pkt. 5c. 

Solierino. Scarlet and lilac stripes on 

satin-white ground. Pkt. 5e. 
Caruellia-FIowered, Double. Mixed 

colors. Pkt. 5c, oz. 75c. 
Rose-Flowered. Very double choice 

varieties, mixed. Pkt. 5e. ■ 
Double Mixed Colors. Pkt. 5c, oz. 

50c. 

Imported Collection Camellia- 
Flowered. S separate colors. SOc. 

BALLOON VINE. A rapid-growing 
climber, with small white llowers, 
which are followed by seed pods 
formed like balloons. If. H. A. 
Curd iospormum Balicacabum. 
White. Pkt. 5c. 



BARTONIA Aurea. 



BEGONIA 

Tuberous 



Mieli- 


This magnlfic, 


>nt strain 




of double and S 


ingle Be- 


rly in 


gonias which 


wo now 


> first 


offer surpassi 
European inl r, 


s all the 
ductions. 




For cut flo\ 


'ers the 




equal. 



double has i 
ft. H. U. P. 

Ext ra Choice, Dou- 
ble. Tuberous root- 
ed. Pkt. 25c. 
Extra Choice, Sin- 
gle. Tuberous root- 
" Pkt. 15c. 




BALSAM, DOUBLE WHITE FEltFECTION 





BELLIS 

(Double Daisy) 
One of the most charm- 
ing of spring llowers, 
suitable for edgings or 
pot culture. u.ft. ll.H.P. 
Perennis Deljoata, 
fl. pi Extremely dou- 
ble llowers, rosy white, 
with purplish red cen- 
ter. Pkt. 10c. 
IjonaTel low. Double 

dark rose. Pkt. 10c. 
Perennis, 11. pi. Dou- 
ble white. Plct. 10e. 
lVrciuiis, fl. pi, Dou- 
ble mixed. Pkt. 10c. 
Perennis, 11. pi. Max- 
ima, extra large. Pkt. 
lOo. 

BOCCONIA .Tapon- 
ica. Hardy perennial, 
large, glaucous, dec- 
orative leaves. Pkt. 5o. 

B R A C H V V O M E. 
Aehumiingdwarf plant 
of easy culture, cver- 
ed with a, beautiful 
mass of Cineraria-like 



BKOOJIIA, 



BELLIS PEHESNIS, DOUBLE DAIS* 



HI.NOLE 



Semperflorens. The Begonia Seux-. 
piu'llorens arc used for carpet and de- 
bedding. Seeds sown in Febru- 
ary or March forbodding out In June. 
Rosea. Very-Jung. I'kt. 15c. 
UDa. White. Pkt. 15C. 

Ttark- 

irieties. Leaves, dark green — 

(aled with rod bronze, red and 

wbib-; greenhouse perennial. 
Pitt. 25e. 

BEGONIA BULBS. Sec page iM. 



Kiver Daisv). Uluo. 1% 
ft. Plct. 50. 
11KOOM SCOTCBt (Oenista 
Seoparia). Very hardy ornamental 
shrub, covered with bright vellOW 
flowers. Pkt. 10c. 
I'.KOWA I, MA. Handsome, pro- 
fuse-blooming plants, growing 
il. 11.11. A. LV. ft. 



Cc 



Spool 
with 
large 



alcou 

eenle 



ski 



r.indillo 

I liftndson 

i Major. 



lriful. 



vith 

blue, 
'Jtt- 10c. 
aw variety 
rs, much 
Pkt. 25c. 



Flower Seeds 



42 



WiiEBER & DON 




CALENDULA METEOR 



OA C ALIA (Tassel 


Plower). A very- 


beautiful and profi 


si- flowering plant, 


with tassel-shuped 
Cocciliea, Qiangt 


flowers. H.A. 


in clusters; pretty 


-scarlet, flowering 
I'kt. 5c. 


OAli ASDRI SI A, 1 


enutirul,free-flow- 




tetl for rock- work 


-I'd dry 'i-.-Wuu! 


ons, PL A. 


Splendid Mixed. 


1ft. Pkt. Sc. 



CALCEOLARIA 

Plants ol a highly ii..-""-'™ -« 

fi Tilling in aprtagdM! 
shaped flowere^ ind 
greenhouse or the flov 
H y i 



sir 



ml I 



ve character, 
;es of pockat- 

- ible for tlm 

ffer garden. H.ILP. 
& D.'s Selected 
com the itnest formed 
rked varieties. 



<st beautiful 

Pitt, ¥1.00. 
Knperba. Tigered and self-eolored. 

Mixed. Pitt. 25c. 
Shrubby. Choiee dwarf Betiding va- 
rieties, muted colors. Pkt. 25o. " 

CALENDULA 

(Cape Marigold) 

: ghfuM, S' S ii»wr vw^oHeso! 

the comm. .n Marigold have no superiors 
their beautiful flower* being 'produced 
from early spring until lale in the fall. 

a. a. i n. 

Officinalis (Pot Marigold). Rich 
orange. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c. 

offieinalissrandiflora. VeryJargfi- 

llowered. Pkt. ae., oz. 25e. " 
Meteor. Large double vcllow (lowers, 

striped with orange. Pkt. 5c, oz. 26c. 
Prince of Orange. Similar lo 

"Meteor," but. much darker. Pkt. fie 

oss. 25c. 
Plnvialis. White. 7 J kt. 5c. 
Pcmgei; Ltirge, .]. ml. In white, DoweM 

Pkt. 5c, 

OALLIKHQE Involu. rata. Ele- 
gant, hardy annual of easy culture 
and of spreading growth, w'ith large, 
crimson, Jinum-like flowers. iy t ft. 

Pedatn Nana Comnacla. Jinse. 1 rt 
Pkt. Be. 



CALLIOPSIS 

(or Coreopsis). 
ANNUAL VARIETIES 

Charming, free-flowering, 
hardy annuals, blooming early 
and continuing till frost. The 
flowers are showy in Uio gar- 
den and most useful for eut- 
ting. 2 ft. 

Atrnsanguinea. Velvety, 

dark crimson. Pkt. 5c. 
Drummondi (Golden Wave). 

Yellow, with maroon center; 

largo. Pkt. 5c, oz. 5uc. 
Dwarf. Finest mixed. 1 ft. 

Pkt. 5o. 

Finest Mixed. Brilliant 
colors. Pkt. 5c, oz. 50c 

Imported Collection of 
Ten Separate Colors. 50c. 

PERENNIAL VARIETIES 

These frequently bloom the. 
first year from seed sown in 



CALLIOPSIS— Continued. 



luring winter. I hev will flower profu^elv 
ho rollo wing summer. 2 ft. " 
Grandiflora, Bright golden yaliow 

Pkt, 10c., oz. $1.00. 
Lanceolala, Large, golden yellow. 
Pkt, 10c, oz. $1:00. 



CAMPANULA 

l-known, handsome, liardv hieu- 
bearing large bell and saueei- 
d th.wers in profusion; well adapt- 



Carpatica. H. 1 
plant, producing 
shaped blossoms 

Carpal ica alba 

1 ft. Pkt. 5c 
Grandiflora 

2 ft, Pkt. 5e 



A dwarf-t 



of sulver- 
1 It. Pkt. r,e. 
Pure white. 




H, 

(Canterl 



Pkt. 



5llr 



.line 
Blu« 
H . Y 

, P. Peep putjjlfe 
Bells). Blue. 
I; 50c, 



CALLIOPSIS, Olt COREOPSIS 



Medi 

Pjct 
WhL_. 

Rose. Tkt. 5e., oz. 50c. 
Finest Single Mixed. Pkt. 5c, 
oz. dOe. 

Finest Double Mixed. Pkt. 5c 
Collection in Six Colors. 50e. 
Calycanthcma (Cup ami Saucer). 

The flowers are large, of a beautiful 

shade, resembling somewhat a etip 

and saucer. 
Blue, Pkt, 5c. 
Itose. Pkt. 5c 
White. Pkt, 5c 
Mixed. Ail colors. Pkt. oc 
P.vrnmidalis, Stalely hardv neran- 

nmls, growing 4 to 5 fi. high, of great 

beauty f<.r flower boidars,. .r tor grow- 
ing in pots for conservatory decora- 
tion; 

Blue. Tkt. 5c. 

White. Pkt. oc 

Mixed. Pitt. 5c, 

Loreii. A pretty hardy annual, with 
purple-lilac flowers. 1 ft. Pkt. 5c. 




CAMPANULA CALIOAKTHEMA, COP ADD SACCEB 



WEEBER & DON 



43 



Flower Seeds 




CARNATION 



Th 



■ woll-km 



B h ;> 



CANDYTUFT, SNOW QUEEN 

CANDYTUFT 

Very pretty, profuse blooming 
plantSj adapted for ribbons and 
flower beds. Cultivated in pots, they 
form neat and pretty plants for the 
conservatory during the winter. H. 
A. 1 It. 

Dunnett's Crimson. Very dark.. 
Pkt. 5c. 

Empress. Pure white (lowers. 

Pick 10c, oz. 50c 
Fragrant. Pure while. Pkt. 5e. 
Giant Hyacinth- F I o we red 

White. Fine large spikes; pure 

•white. Pkt, 10c, oz. 60c. 
Ijilac. Compact dwarf. Pkt, 5c. 
Purple. Very line. Pkt. 5c. 
Snow Queen. Pure white. Pkl. 

10c. 

"White Koi lcet. White, law trus- 
ses. Pkt. 5c, oz. 30c. 

Splendid Mixed. All colors. Pkt. 5c, 
oz. 25c. 

Dwarf Hybrids. Mixed colors. Pkt. 

5,c 

PERENNIAL CANDYTUFT 

Profuse white blooming hardy peren- 
nial, coming in flower early in the sprint,' : 
much used for cemeteries, rockeries, etc.; 

1 ft. 

Sempervirens. While ttnwers. Pkt. 

ioc, 

Cihraliarica. Beautiful blush 
white. Pkt. 10c. 



r m i ii g 

for the 

tieiifsious perEiiiue" of'theii flowers. 

They are invaluable for pot cul- 
ture, or bedding out in the summer. 
11. 11. P. 

Marguerite (Dianlhus Caryo- 
phyllus, Q. pi,) The perpetual 



Marguerite. 

scarlet. Pkt. 
Marguerite. 

rose. Pkt. 10 
Marguerite. 

crimson. PUt. )0c 
Marguerite. Double striped. 

Pkt. 10c. 
Marguerite. Double sulphur- 
yellow. Pkt. 10c 
Marguerite. Double choice 

mixed. Pkt, 10c, oz. $2.00 
Giant Marguerite. Large 
(lowers, deliciously fragrant; line 
1 col 



Double 


pure 


Double 


fiery 


10o. 


n lie 


Wight 


Double 


deep 



aire of shades i 



Pkt 15c. 



CANNA 



Indian Sbot 

Beautiful large-leaved foliage plants, 
suitable for forming groups on lawns or 
centers of mixed (lower beds. The. Pow- 
ers of many of the. varieties are very 
handsome. _ 

Ciozv'S Ijargc-Flowering. Dwarl; 
finest mixed. Pkt. 10c, oz. 75c. 

Dark-lcaved. Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 4(lc 

Green-leaved. Mixed. Pkt. 5c, 
' oz. 25c. 

Choice Mixed. Pkt. 5c. oz. B0e. 

Imported Collections of Six Sep- 
arate Varieties. 25c 




CARNATION-Continued. 

Double Early-Flowering. A very 
early blooming and dist inct variety, 
dwarf and robust. Pkt. 25c. 

Choice Mixed. Saved from one of 
the finest collections. Pkt. 25c. 

Fine Mixed. Hardy perennial. Pkt, 
10c. 

Imported Collection Of. Six Dis- 
tinct Varieties. 50c. 

Collection of Twelve Distinct 
Varieties. Sl.eO. 



COCKSCOMB 

Celosia Cjci^tata. From selected 
combs, velvety crimson. 1 ft. Pkt. 5c 

Golden licanty. Golden yellow 
combs. 1 ft. Pkt. 15e. 

Empress. Combs of colossal propor- 
tions, bright, crimson, with a rich 
velvet-like appearance. Pkt. 10c 

Glasgow Prize. Very dwarf: im- 
mense crimson cmhs. 1 ft, Pkt. 10c. 
oz. §2.00 

Queen of Dwarfs. The (infest Cocks- 
comb of all. grows but 0 in. 
hi"h with beautiful dark rose- 
colored combs. Pkt. 10c, oz. S2.00. 
Fine Dwarf Mixed. Various 

colors. Pkt, 5c, oz. SI. 50. 
Collection of Six Distinct 

Varieties. 30c. 
Celoeia (or Peat here&< 'oclcseonib). 

-ve and showy Plants 
lagnilieent spikes of 
.athery-looking dow- 
ers. 11. II. A. 
Pyramidalis Aurea. (iolilen yel- 
low plumes. :? ft. Pkt. 10c 
Scarlet. Bright and graceful; 3 

ft. Pkt, 10c. 
Japoniea. Pyramidal plant, com- 
posed .of crimson branches, each 
bearing a comb of Ha- same 



prodn 



>d. Pkt. 5e. 

in Six Colors. 10c. 



m 



25c. 

Golden Beauty. 111 

yellow. Pkt, 20c. 
Grcnadin. Brilliunt dou- 
ble scarlet, [lowers. Pkt. 

15c. 

Grenadin. Snow white. 
Pkt. 2oc 

Hermine. Pure white. 
Pkl, 25c. 

Perpetual, or Tree. 01 
upright growth, (lowering 
several limes (luring the 
season. Choice mixed. 
Pkt, 25c 




CARNATION, U1ANT MAUOl'IiltlTIi 



Flower Seeds 



WEEBER & DON 




Chrysanthemum 



up plants 



ye 



MJ( iS'l 



ft 4' J-\ 

SINGLE ANN UAL 
VARIETIES 
liurridgeaiuini. Wind' eciutreii 

ctijpasol band. Pla. 5i_-. 
Ko.lip- 



•elite 



(ilfidsln 



Brilliant Well 



Ekjt. I 

)lium (Giant Yv'h 



C A T A X A N C 11 E C <r-i ti I ca . 

Everlasting INowtsrs, blue. 
2 St. H. P. Pkl. go. 

CAT< HKli V ( Silr-iii- AriLiciia). 
A showy free-flowering hardy 
annual. I'Jie gummy secre- 
tion on the leaves will entrap 
small (lies. 
Mixed, J;.: It Pkt. 5e. 

C I'. I) II ON 10 Ij Ij A (ana. 
Fragrant, purple. H. P. 2 
ft. Pkt. Sc. 

CENTAUREA 

(Dusty Miller) 

Beantirnl silvcry-folingcd bed- 
ding plants, extensively used lor 
bordering. H. H. P. 

Candidissimu. The most de- 



li at 

.MMun-l'eiJDy Daisy) 
Lord Ilcaeonsiieid. Crimson, 
maroon edged and striped gold, 
brown eye. Pkt. 5e. 
The Sultan. Crimson-maroon 
center, a while gold rim. Pl;t.5e. 
Tricolor. While, with yellow 

band, very pretty. Pkt. 5e. 
V e mi s t u m. Crimson center, 
white band; handsome. Pkt. 5c. 
Fine Mixed. Pkt. 5e., ox. §0e. 



Chrysanthemum— Continued 
C PERENNIAL VARIETIES 

& r.ttti6SCCliS (While Marguerite, or 
Paris Daisy). Large while Daisy-like 
Mowers with yellow centers; charm- 
ing pot plant for house or conserva- 
tory. ] ft. Pkt. iOe. 

D e ii c a ii I li c in ii in bybridiini, 
Shasta Daisy. Flowers very large, 
pure white, free and early llowcriug. 
1'kt. 2r,e. 



a ri;.'- Flo 
Mixed. 

plants I'oi 



Double, Finest 

autiillin dowering 
rvatnry or house 



f.jr l.eddii 



l\l ft. 



;. 1 It. Pkt. 10c, 
SI .00. 

Very handsome 
sntnl : the leaves 
cut anil fringed. 
. 10c 



Gyihnocarpa. A graceful, 
silvery variety, valuable for 
bedding. 1M ft. Pkt. 10o., 
ok. St. 01). 
A tn e r i e a n a . La rge anil 
showy lor borders, purplish 
red. 3 ft. H. P. Pkt. So. 
Odornta. Light blue. Pkt. 10e. 
Odnrata Oha nielooii. Yellow and 

rose. Pkt. IOe. 
Odorala Mart-aril .to. Pure white. 
Pkt,. 10c. 

CENTR A NT BUS. Free-bio o m i n g. 
compact, very delicate., yet effective 
in buds or edgings. H. A. 
Maciosiphon. Mixed. I'^ft. Pkt. 5c. 
CKKASTniMTomcntosum. Hardy, 
silvery-leaved perennial. 1 inches. 
Pkt. 25.;. 




CINERARIA 

A well-known greenhouse plant, having 
a range and brightness of color Scarcely 
surpassed. It may lie had in blooiit 
I hrough the greater purlieu of the vear. 
G. P. 

W. & D.'s Kxtra Select. We claim 
that this strain of Cineraria, cannot ha 
expelled, The plants are of compact 
growth, fine, clearly cut, healthy foliage; 

the flowers are perfect in form 
and borne in the greatest pro- 
fusion, and embrace in color 
all the most desirable shades. 
Iki ft. Pkl. SI .00. 



Large-Fiowei-i 
Mixed. Gomi 
and striking col 
Finest Mixed. 



F 



V/ a ft. Pitt. 

H y I) r i d a Gi andi 11 o r a 
Stellata. Quilled and twisted 
petals, resembling the Single 
" itus Dahlia. Mixed. 1'kt. 



25c. 



i Pyi 



fulpy 



Otii 



bl e- I'lowcring. The 

colors represent ;ill I he finest 
lints of this class. Pkt. 50o. 

Mar i tim a . An exceed ingly 
pretty silvery-leaved variety, 
adapted for bedding. i% ft. 
PJit 5c, 



CII.15M!1'IHm:i; rasalmmc 

lion- Thistle). Verv dccorali 



(Fish- 



gre 



i larg 



half-hardy bi< 
I liaeant ha, Large, thistle-like leaves, 
white, imirgined with green, and 
covered with large white spines. 1 ft. 



W. Si D.'S EXTIlA SELECTED CINERARIA 

DOUBLE ANNUAL 
VARIETIES 
Corona ri urn Double Yellow 

Pkt. 5c. 

Don l»le Scarlet. Verv effective, 

2 ft. Pkt, 5c. 
Double White. Verv showy. 

2 ft. Pkt. 5c. 
Fine Mixed. Including new 
Pkt. ' 



I n o d o r 

S m a 1 1 clou 

Fine for culling 
Porcupine (Cot 

entnni il. pi). 

extremely d 

g i 1 1 d e a - 

bushy. 1 
Imported 

separnD 



eic 



Pkt. 15e. 
illeclioi 



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CLARK.! A. This beautiful and attrac- 
tive annual has been much improved 
since, its introduction, the flowers 
DOiog twice the original size. This, 
combined with brilliant colors, pro- 
fusion of bloom and iine habit, makes 
it a garden favorite. H. A. 1% ft. 

Finest. Mixed. Double and single 
varieties. Pkt. 5c, oz. 30c. 
CLEMATIS. Very rapid growers and 
free bloomers, adapted for arbors, 
fences, etc. H. P. 10 ft. 

Flainmula, A beautiful white fra- 
grant variety. Pkt. 5e. 

PaUiculata. Covered with pure white, 
fragrant flowers, completely hiding 
the foliage. In (September the flowers 
are followed by seed pods of bronzy 
red. Perfectly hardy. Pkt. 10c. 

Jackmaiiui Varieties. .Mixed 
shades. Plowers 3 to i in. across. 
Pkt. 10c. 

CLERODENDRON FALLAX. An 

exceedingly handsome greenhouse 
perennial with large spikes of scarlet 
ilowers. Seeds sown in spring will 
produce flowering plants in .Septem- 
ber. 3 ft. Pkt. 60c. 
CLIANTHUS. A beautiful plant about 
3 ft. in height, with rich scarlet, long 
petalod, pea-shaped (lowers, marked 
with a large black, cloud-like blotel 
in front. O. S. 

Dampieri (Austrian Glory Pea). Scar- 
let ami black ilowers. Pkt. 10c. 

Pnnieeus (New Zealand Parrot's Bill). 
Scarlet and white flowers. Pkt. 10c. 
OOB/KA. Handsome half-hardy per- 
ennial climber, with purple-lilac bell- 
shaped flowers. Valuable for the 
conservatory; may bo planted out-of- 
doors in June. 

Sea n dens. Blue. Pkt. 10c, oz. 75c. 

Alba. White. Pkt. 25c. 

Maerosteinma. Violet. Pkt. 10c. 
COCKSCOMB. SeeCelosia. 
COLEUS. One of the most popular 
ornamental foliage plants. It. is very 
decorative in the flower border, and 
easily grown from seed. H. I i. P. 

Finest Mixed Hybrids. Pkt. 15e. 

Finest Large - Leaved Mixed. 
Pkt. 25c. 

COLLINSIA. An exceedingly pretty 
free-flowering annual, remarkably 
attractive in beds. H. A. 
Finest Mixed. 1 ft. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c 




CONVOLVULUS 

or Morning Glory. 

Beautiful free-flowering, and remarka- 
bly showy climbers, with exceedingly 
handsome, rich-colored Ilowers, which 
make an unusual brilliant effect, H. A. 




MOUSING GLOJEIY 



Dwarf or Bedding Varieties 
Crimson Violet. Rich crimson-vio- 
let, white throat, yellow eye. Pkt. 5c. 
Rosens. Hose with white throat. 

fringed purple, golden eye. Pkt. 5e. 
Tricolor Minor. Eich violet-purple, 
with white center. 1 ft. H. A. Pkt. 5c. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c. 

Climbing Varieties 
Blue. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 
Blood Red. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 
Striped. Pkt. 5c, oz, 20c. 
Violet. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 

White. Pkt, uc, oz. 20c 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c 
Imperial Japanese. These 
vines attain a height of from 
3d to 50 I t. The colors range 
through reds, blues, indigo and 
blackish purple; from snow- 
white to cream and silver-gray. 
Some are striped, starred and 
spotted. 

Choice Mixed. Pkt. 10c, oz. 
50c. 

Manritaiiieus. Blue. H. P. 
Pkt. 10c 
CUPHEA (Cigar Plant). Ifalf- 
hanlv perennials, useful as 
bedding and border plant*. 
They urn easily grown and flow- 
er the first season from seed. 
Min lata Compacts. Scarlet. 

1 ft. Pkt. 10c. 
Platycent ra. Scarlet and pur- 
ple.' i ft. rkt. ioo. 

Strigulosa. Yellow and red. 
1 ft. Pkt. 10c 



COSMOS 



A charming autumn flowering plant, 
with flowers borne profusely in loose 
clusters of variegated colors. "H. A. 

Mammoth Perfection. The flow- 
ers are double the size of old variety. 

Bright Pink. Pkt. 10c, oz. 51,00, 

Conohila or Crimson. Pkt. 10c, 
oz. 31.00. 

Purple. Pkt. 10c, oz. S1.00. 

Pure White. Pkt. 10c, oz. 31.00. 

Velvet. Pkt. 10c, oz. S1.00. 

Choice Mixed. Pkt. 10c, oz. 80c 

New Dwarf Early Flo we r i n f-. 
Seeds sown in the open ground in the 
early part of May will produce bloom- 
ing plants in August, and they will 
continue to Bower until killed by frost 
in fall. Pkt, 10c. 

Yellow, or Klondike. Flowers 
sulphur-vellow, from 1 to l 1 /, in. in 
diameter, while the plants attain a 
height of about 2 ft. Pkt. 10c. 

White Pearl. Pitt. 5c, oz. fiOc. 

Pink Pearl. Pkt. 5c, oz. UOc 

Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 50c 

Marguerite, Fringed. This var- 
iety of Cosmos lias deeply and irreg- 
ularly fringed petals. Pkt. 10c. 
CORN FLOWER. See Cyan us. 
COREOPSIS. Sec Calliopsis. 
CORYDALISXohilis. Yellow. H.P. 

% ft. Pkt. 10c. 
COWSLIP. A favorite iree-flowering 
plant, which should be extensively 
grown for tilling the beds and borders 
of the spring flower garden. H. P. 
Yellow. Well-known favorite. Pkt. 5c 

Finest Mixed, % ft. Pkt. 5c 
CK IKMANELLA Stylosa (Cross- 
wort). Purple. H. P. %Sb. Pkt. 5c 
Ct'tT.MIS. (Ortiauiflit.nl Cucttmber.) 
Remarkable for ornamental and pie- 
turescpic character of fruit and foliage. 

Flex uokun (Snako Cucumber). 3 ft. 
Pkt. 5c 

Fine Mixed. Including I he most use- 
ful and ornamental. Pkt. 5c. 



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TOEA. CVANtTS COKN FLOWEU 



DAIS'S?, DouMe. Scr>$cllis Pei-fiunis, 

DATURA 

H.ilf-h.-iTflv annuals at rtrniel.RFo 
largi? trjiunpsft-BHapa frag 

Wliite, ma 
purple. Pkr. 10c. 
Golden QuiM-n. Doublft, 

and \ery showy, Pkt,. lOo. " 
Finest Mixed. Shade? of lilac, inn-pin. 
yellow and white. Pkt. 5o. 



DTOTAMNl'S Fiaxinella {Hilims 
Hardy perennials, with hands.. mo 
spikes of purplisli-eriinsoii or white 
£h>wers and migrant leaves. Choice 

Mixed, rid. ide. 

DIGITALIS 

Foxglove 

Handsome. |iliints of stalely growth, 
specially adapted for sliniUiei-i'es." H. P. 

3 ft. 

Alba. Pure white, verv showy. I'kt. Tie., 

nz r goo. 

■tides. Beautifully spoiled 
large (ikmn in-shaped flowers. I'kt. 5e., 
07,. 5Qe. 

I'uriiui-e.-i. Rieh purple, -potted. I'kt, 

5c, ox. 30r. 
Rose, Bright and showy. Pkt, 5o.,oz. 3flo, 
P inesl Mixed. )MU. De.. oa. 25C. 



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DIANTHUS 



(OR PINKS) 

A beautiful genus, which embraces the most brilliant and richest variety of colors. 
They haw a delicate perfume which makes thorn valuable for cutting, H. A., 1 ft. 



SINGLE ANNUAL 
Chinensis (China or Indian Pink). 

Brilliant colors, mixed. Pkt. 5c. 
Heddewi»ii, Laciniatus. Fringed 

flowers of all colors. Pkt. 5c. 
The Bride (Lift In Gem). White, with 

purple center. Pkt. 10c. 
Snow flake. Pure snow white. Pkt 

10c. 

Crimson" Belle. Pkt. 10c. 
Eastern Queen. Hose. Pkt. 10c. 



Ileddewigii Nobilis (Boyal Pinks). 
Selected and improved varieties of 
(he popular single Japan Pink", pro- 
ducing flowers nearly 4 inches across. 
Pkt. 10c. 

DOUBLE ANNUAL 
Chinensis Alba. Double white. Pkt. 



Ohinensis, Double Crimson. 

Bright color. Pkt. 5c. 
Chinensis Flore Pleno. Double 
Chinese Pink. Saved from the finest 
double flowers; mixed colors. Pkt. 



enuti- 



Pkt. £ 



5c, 02. 40c. 
Diademat is, fl. pi. Tl 

large and double, com 
ful and striking colors 
$1.25. 

Fire Ball (Sinensis. 0, pi.). This bril- 
liant Chinese Pink is densely double 
and of a glowing velvety red color; Hue 
for catting. Pkt. 10c. 



Hcddewigii, fl, pi. (Double 
Japan Pink). Mixed colors. Pkt. 
5c., oz. $1.00. 

Imperial is, 11. pi. (Double Im- 
perial Fink). An extremely pretty 
variety, beautifully variolated; 
colors mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 50c. 

tiaoiniatus, 11. pi. A double 
fringed variety with handsome 
flowers, brilliant colors mixed. 
Pkt. 5c. 

Mourning Cloak, or White 
Frill. Violet, black and maroon 
flowers, bordered while. Tkt. 10c. 

SnowQake. Purest white; flow- 
ers of large size, vory double and 
delicately fringed. Pkt. 10c 

Imported Collection of Eight 
Distinct Varieties. 35c. 

Imported Collection of Twelve 
Distinct Varieties. 50c. 





HARDY DOUBLE PERENNIAL 

These hardy varieties are well adapted 
for beds and borders, delightfully sweet- 
seenfed; should be in every garden where 
cut flowers are wanted. 
Florists' or Paisley Pink. Saved 
from the finest double flowers. 1 ft. 
Pkt. 10c. 

Gardnerianus, 11. pi, A beautifully 
fringed variety, with fragrant double 
flowers; various colors. l%ft. Pkt. 5c. 
Semperflorcns Hyhridus, 11. pi. 
Double "Mule Pink." Pkt. 10c. 
Finest Double Mixed. Pkt. 5c. 
Finest Single Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 40c 

DOIjICHOS Ijablab (Hyacinth Bean). A very 
ornamental and rapid growing climber, with dense 
foliage and handsome purple and white [lowers. 

Purple, White, Mixed. Very 
handsome. Each, pkt. 5c. 
DODECATHEON Clove- 
landi (Giant American Cow- 
slip). This hoaulii'ul perennial 
throws up stems fully one. foot 



high ; flo 



II. P. 



DRAC.UN A. High ly rleeorat i ve 
greenhouse plants with eleganl 



DJANTITUS DOUBLE -JAPAN PINK 



Australis. Very ornament al . 

Pkt.l0c. 

Indivisa. I. one; slender leaves, 

Pkt. 10c 
Vcitcllii. Lame variegated 

leaves. Pkt. 15c. 



MAN-THrS DIADEMATIS 



EDELWEISS. (Leontop 
nam). The interesting j 
plant so eagerly sought b. 
the Swiss Alps; easily gf< 
dens. 6 in. H. P. Pkt. 

ECHEVERIA. A showy, 
plant, easy of cultivation i 
or when used for roekori' 
ribbon beds. T. A. 
Metalliea. Pinkish len 



, flowers 



1 ft. Pkt. 23c. 
a. Small bluish while 
iwers yellow and red. 



yellow and red. 
Secnnda Glaut 

fleshy leaves ; fli 
% ft. Pkt. 25e. 

ERINUS Alpinus. Blue; beautiful 
for baskets. X ft. H. P. Tkt. 10c. 

ERYNGI li M Coelcstmum. Sky-blue. 
11/2 ft. H. T. Pkt. 5c. 

ESCHSCHOLTZIA 

(California Poppy) 

Eemarkable alike Tor 'their prolusion 
of bloom and beautiful bright colors. 1 
It: iff, Ay 
Alba. Creamy white, Pkt. fie. 
Giaut CalrTornian. These, hue 
been produend by careful st-Ic-et.ion 
and the mixture contains many beau- 
tiful colors. Pkt. 10c. 
Calii'ornka Pnniculafa ftqsea. 
Flowers of a bright. rosy blush shade. 
Pkt. 10c. 

Californica. Bright yellow, orange 

center. Pkt. 5c. oz. 
Mandarin. Bright .scarlet inuer 

side rich orange. Pkt . 5e. 
Com- Cardinal. Benutiful rose DQtoys 

Pkt. 5c. 

Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c, Oso. 30 c. 
DonblcWliitc, Yellow. Each, pkt. 5c. 
Double Mixed. Pkt. 5c. 



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i one of the 
purposes ! 
Hilly produced without 
Sets' iu. H. A. 



nziana. 

bedding and cutting. 
Picla (Jompactii. Flowers In-own bordered vellow 
Pit. 25c. 

Picta. Single-flowered. Mixed. I'kt. 5e., oz.lOc 
HARDY PERENNIAL 

Theso are among our Unest plants for per 
and border flBCQratioa, forming large olurat 
high by 3 feet through. Tlie flowers, 3 to 4 in«. 
gracefully poised on long stems and aregorge< 
randiflora. Hardy pereni 
large, strikingly beautiful lkr 
75c 




GAILLARDIA 



-alnabk 
• bouquets, 
inlenuissioi 



fr 



Is for general clecota- 
' lowers being abund- 
July until frost 



Double, finest mixed, excellent for 
I'kt. 5c, oz. 50c. 



unent garden 
about 2 feet 
's across, are 
sly colored. 



ECHINOCVSTIS IiOBATA (Climb- 
ing Wild Cucumber). A rapid, lux- 
uriant growing annual climber, very 
useful for quick effects. 30 to 50 ft. 
Fkt. 10c. 

EUCALYPTUS. 

Globulus (Blue Cum Tree of Austra- 
lia). Ornamental tree, used for sub- 
tropical gardening. Fkt. 10c. 

EUPHORBI A Hetorophvlla (Mex- 
ican Fire Plant). Showy annual, with 
large glossy lea ves, which in midsum- 
mer become tipped with orange-scar- 
let. 4 ft. Pkt.lOc. 

Varicgrai-a. While and green bracts j 
useful for bourpiets. H/ 2 It. Pkt. 5c. 

EUPATORIUM Frasori. Fine, hardy 
perennial, blooming the first season 
from seed aud producing clusters of 
■while flowers; line for cutting. 2 fl. 
Fkt, 5c. 

Agora toides (Houesct). White. 3 ft. 

ECTOCA Viiscida. llar.lv annual, 
blue ilowers. 1 ft. Fkt. 5c" 

FENZLIA Dianthiuora Rosea. 
Orows only 2 to 3 in. high, flowers of 
a lovely rose color. A desirable edg- 
ing plant. H. A. Pkt. 10c. 

FERNS. The seed olTere.l is saved from 
a large collection of elegant, new and 
interesting varieties. 

greenhouse Varieties, Mixed; 

Graceful conservatory or window 
plants. 0 in. to 2 ft. CI. r. Pkt. 10c. 

FRAG ART A Tndiea. Scarlet IVuit 
yellow, trailing. H. P. I'kt. 10c. 

FOUR O'CLOCK*. See jfarvet Q j 
Peru. 

FOXGLOVE. See Digitalis. 



New Hybrids, Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c. 
Imported Collection in Six Colors 



OA LEG A Officinalis. Tall. . inaucntal 
plants, blue. 3 ft. H. P. Fkt. 5c 
Alba. White. 3 ft. H. P. Pkt. 5c. 



Globe Amaranth 

Very showy annuals, with ex- 
tremely pretty everlasting Ilow- 
ers, which are usually Cut and 
preserved for winter bouquets. 
2 ft. H. A. 

Orange. Pkt. 5c, oz. 50c. 
Purple Fkt. 5c,, oz. ;>0e. 
Red. Pki. Sc., oz. 50c, 
White. Pkt. Sc., oz. 50e. 
Finest Mixed. Very attrac- 
tive in masses, Pkt. 5c, oz. 



OILIA TBICOtiOIt 40c. 

GERANIUM 

?"". l£no ^ n P lants ft* garden or pot culture, flowering from seed the first season 



if 6„,„. 

Scarlet or'Zotialo. Fine mixed. Pkt, lOe. 

Extra Choice. Mixed, from prize varieties. Pkt. 25c. 

Apple Scented. 
Leaves delightfully 
fragrant ; highly 
prized for bou- 
quets. Pkt. 10c 

Fancy Varieties 

Finest mlxen! U pkt. 

GEUM Atrosan- 
guiiioiim, fl. i)l. 

Penutiful hardy 
perennial; large, 

let Ilowers. Pkt. 5c 

Uright ' seal-let". 
Pkt. 5c. 
GILIA Tricolor. 

Very effective la 
masses and rock- 
work. II. A. 

w h itc, \y* rt. 

Pkt. 5c 
Mixed. White, lilac 

and purple. % ft. 

Pkl,5c. 
GILLEiVIA Stip- 

ulacea(American 

Ipecac), lied. 2ft. 

II. P. Pkt, 10c 
GLAUCllfM Ln- 

fcCHlll (Horned 

Poppy). Yellow. 

2R. JLP. Pkt. 5e. 




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GOURDS 

(Ornamental Mock Orange) 
A highly interesting genug, of 

rapid growttl-, bearing fruit of the 

most varied and fantastic forms; 

very desirable for treLlis work. 

T.A. 
Chinese L 
Dish Hi 



en 
fruits 



fol 



ed h. 



I'kt 



u (Sponge or 
e yellow How- 
Ion g, green 
be used as a 



lis S li a pod . Small white fruit 
resembling an egg. J'kt. 5c 

Hercules Club. I'kt. pi; 

Dipper Shaped. Pkt. 5c 

Finest Mixed. I'kt. 5c, oz. 
25c. 

Imported Collections of 12 

separate varieties. 50c. 

GREVILLEA Robnsta (Silk 
Oak ). Decorative p Units, 
easily raised from seed and of 
remarkably rapid g r o w t h . 
Graceful evergreen, fern -like 
foliage. Pkt. 10e., oz. Site. 

GUNNEE.F. Beautiful decora- 
tive lawn plants, with leaves 
seven to eight inches long. 
II. P. 



GLOXIMA, Kill! 



GLOXINIAS 

Most charming greenhouse plants, of 
dwarf habit. Their (lowers are produced 
in greatest profusion, and oi the most ex- 
quisite and gorgeous colors. Our strain 
produces flowers of extraordinarily large 
dimensions. 

Erect Flowering;. Pkt. 23e. 
Pendulous Flowering. I'kt. 25c. 
Erect and Pendulous Flowered. 

Mixed. Pkt. 25c. 
Gloxinia Bulbs. See page 61. 

GODETIA 

Fxeeodinglv showy when grown in beds 
and masses; a root high, completely en- 
veloped with large gorgeously colored 
flowers, from two to throe inches across. 

Apple Blossom. Silvery white, spot- 
ted crim«on. Pkt. 5c. 



Bucliess of Albany. Satin -white 

color. Pkt. 5e. 
Fairy Queen. White llowers passing 

into blush and largo carmine spots at 

the base of each petal. Pkt. 5e. 
Lady Albemarle. Crirasoii-earmiue, 

suffused lilac. Pkt. 5c. 
Tbe Bride. White, with eriujsoii 

center. Fkt. 5c. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c., oz. BOdi 
GOIjDKN FEATHER. See 

Pyrelbru.ua. 

GOLDEN ROB (S'.lidngo canadensis). 
Our well-known hardy wild flower. 
Pkt. 5c. 

GORSF. i.r FURZE (Scotch Whin). 
Hardy perennial shrub with bright 
vellow flowers. Very pretty. 2 lo 5 

it. Pkt 10c. 




jrELIANTHltS CtTCEMEEll'OLIVS 

Manicata. Decorative 
plants, red. (i ft. Pkt. 



Ncabra. Bed. d ft. Pkt. 

25c. 

CYPSO PR I LA. Tbe 

(lowers are valuable for 
bouquet making, either 
fresh or dried. II. A. 
Elena ns. While and 
pink [lowers. W. ft. 
Pkt. " 



HELIANTHUS 

(Sunflower) 

The following varieties are remarkable 
for their majestic growth and flue bold 
outline. H. A. 

SINGLE VARIETIES 

Cucumerifolius (Sulphur Uem ). Of 
compact form and bushy habit, 
foliage resembling that of the cu- 
cumber. A very free bloomer, useful 
for cutting. Flowers delicate sul- 
phur, with black center. 3 ft. Pkt. 
10c, ox. 40c. 

Cueunierilolius Stella. Handsome, 
large-flowered primrose-yellow. Pkt. 
5e., oz. 5t)e. 

Cueunierilolius Orion. A very 
handsome variety, with petals twisted 
like those of the best cactus-shaped 
dahlias; excellent for cutting. Pkt. 
10c, 07.. 75c. 

Cueumeril'olius Nanus Coiupac- 
tns. Forms bushes one foot in height 
by 1% feet in diameter. Fine for But- 
ting purposes. 1'kl. 15e. 

Maeropliylltis Giganlcus. Large 
yellow flowers. In ft. Pkt. Be, oz. 
15c. 

Miniature Sunflower. Of dwarf 

branching habit. Flowers orange 
with black center. 8 ft. Pkt. 5e. 
Oscar Wilde. Orange and black flow- 
inches across, y ft. Pkt. ae. 
Russian Mammoth, Im- 
mense flowers, very showy. G ft. 
Pkt. 5e., oi!. 10c 
Silver Leaved, silvery foliage; 
flowers vellow and black. 5 ft. 
Pkt. 5c. 

DOUBLE VARIETIES 
Califomictis. M agrxi A c eat 
large dQUble orange flowers, 
six to eight. Indies in diameter. 
5 lo 0 ft. high. Pkt. 5c, 
Chrysa n theinum -(lowered. 
5 to G rt. high, bearing im- 
mense double, golden-orange 
flowers. Pkt. ll)c 
Globe or Cold. DwfiiT.drrable- 
brauchiug surillower. Flowers 
deep. yellow, like globes of gold. 
3 ft. Pkt. 5c, oz.-2l)o. 
GloliosiiK Fisiulosus. Flow- 
el's one foot in diameter, of 
bright rich sall'rovi color. 5 ft. 
Pkt. 5c, Ob, 2fle, 
Orandillorus Pie nissi lima. 
Large double golden yellow. 
5 ft. Pkt. 5c. 
Peruvian us, Orange flowers 

striped with black. "Pkt. oc. 
Mulliilorne, II. pi. Hardy 
perennial variety, producing 
numerous double vellow- flow- 
ers* Pkt. 10c. 



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Fireball. Largi 
flowers. Pkt. 6 

Double Mixed 
colors. Pkt, 5c 

Imported Collect 
Separate Sorts. 
HELIOTROPE. Di 



ark red, double 
Comprising all 

ion of Ten 

00c. 



Bo: 
pact, 



JOB'S TEARS C 

GRASSES 

Ornamental 



Agrostis Nebulosa. YefJ graceful 
and pretty; \y t It. Pkt. 5c. 

Avena SteriHs (Animated Oats). 
Drooping, very graceful; 2 ft. Plct. 5o. 

Briza Maxima (Quaking (irassj. 
Very pretty; i% ft. Pkt. 5o. 

Briza Gracilis(Small QuakingGrass). 
Very delicate and graceful; 1 ft. Pkt. 

55. ' 

Brnmns Rrizseform is. Pine for 
winter bouquets, 1 ft. Pkt. 5c. 

Chrysurus Aureus. Golden spiked; 
% ft. Pkt. 5c. 



Erianthus Ravennae. Tlesembling 
the Pampas, with silvery-white 
pinnies. H, H. P. ; 7 Ft. Pkt. Oo. 

Gynerium Are^nteum (Pampas 
Grass). Very useful for decoration. 
H. P. ; 10 ft. Pkt. lOe. 

Hordeiim Jubatum (Squirrel Tail). 
Elegant for bouquets ; 2 ft. Pkt. 5ei 

Lasnriis Ovatus (Hare's Tail). 
Small white plumes; 1 ft, Pkt. 5c. 

Very get 



Ivemoine's Giant. Pkt. toe. 
Finest, Mixed. Pkt. 10c. 

HELIPTERUM San ford i. EreCty.au-. 
nual, producing largo clusters of yellow 
flowers. A line Everlasting fur winter bou- 
quets. T, A.; % ft. Pkt. 5c. 

HKUCHERA Sanguinea. Splendid dwarf 
hardy perennial, producing erect, spikes of 
vivid crimson flowers ; 1 ft. Pkt. 15e. 

HUMEA. An elegant and picturesque plant, 
remarkable for its graceful feathery panicles 
and fragrant foliage. H. H. P. 
Elegans. liuby red, pink and crimson; li ft. 
Tkt. 10c. 



(Ma 



Mai 



SI 



African 

(lowers 
Pkt. So 



yellow with 



>y plants 
large, Hand- 



ring, hardy annual: 
laroon center; 2 ft. 



tth 



sulphur-yellow 



Crimson Eve. Splendid, hardy p 

blooming the first season From sc. 

open ground ; pure white with rich 

center; i ft. Pkt. 10c. 
Golden Bowl. Flowers 

with purple center. Pkt, 10c 
Moscheutos Roseus (Uose Swamp Mallow). B- 

Pkt. 10c. 

HONEYSUCKLE (Hedysarum Coronnrium 

French. A free-growing border plant of easveulti 
H. P. ; 3 ft. Pkt, 5c. 




OLIA'HOCK, DOUBLE 

tiful, brilliant rose-pink. 



Flowers red and white. 

HOLLYHOCK 

aitchless : they also form a showy 
rders. The seed ottered has been 



For distant effect iu largo groups they ar 
and effective outline in llower gardens' and .„ . . , . . . . 

saved from exhibition llowers and cannot fail to produce Superb varieties. H. p.; 
6 ft. 



Chater's Double Canary Yellow. 

Pkt. 10e., ok. $2.00. 



Pcnnisetnm Tiongistylum 
Villosum. Grayish-eolored 
plumes; 2 ft. Plct, 5c. 

Penn isofcB m Rupol I ia n u tri 

One of the best ornamental 
grasses, crimson plumes; W. 
It. Pkt. 10c, 

Setaria Macrocheta. Large 
drooping plumes; 2 ft. Pkt, 5c. 

Stipe, Pennata (Feather 
Grass). One of the. prettiest. 
ii.P.;2 rt. Pkt. 10c. 

Tricholwna Rosea. A beau- 
tiful rose-tinted grass. II. 1> • 
Hir. Pkt. 5c. 




Chater's Double Maroon. Pkt. 
10c, oz. S2.00. 



Chater's Double Pink. 

oz. 52.00. 

Chater's Double 

Pkt. 10e., oz. S2.00. 



Pkt, 10c., 
White. 

Pkt, 



A 1 1 eg- h.e ny. Mixed colors, 
hardy semi-double, Pkt. lOe. 



Imported Collection of Sail 
Distinct Varieties. 50o. 



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Flower Seeds 




INULA Knsirolia. Hardy 

perennial with bright 
yellow flowers W. in. 



IPOMOEA 



they i 



gmalj scarlet 
blDoralng in do 
sion. 8 % Pkt 

Graudill 
rata (V 



LARKSPUR.— Continued 
Imported Collection in Eight 

Separate Colors. 4Ubs 
Double Giant Scarlet CaXtfor- 

nian. Tlie fl ewers are n brilliant 

scarlet, the petals distinctly yellow. 3 

ft. Bkt, 10a. 
Carmine. Brilliant, fiery carmine. 2 

ft. Pkt. 10c. 
Rosy Scarlet. Bright rosy BOtirJet, 

Pkt. 10c 

Tricolor Fley-ans. Spifcos rese, 
white and blue. '2% ft. Pkt. 00. 
LANTAXA. A RpieBditl bedding piaufc f 
also line for pots. H. 11. J 1 . 1 fl . 
Hybrida, Piiirsl.3Ii.vcd. Pkt. lOo, 
LATHYKl S, Lalifolius (l'erennial 



Sweet, Pe 



I). Ai 



■gate 



Pkt. 10c. 
Hookeri. White, red and 

blue. Pkt. 10e. 
Learii (Blue Dawn Flow- 
er). Intensely bright 
blue. Splendid.' Pkt. 1S(), 
Ctiflora Alba (Moon- 



MOONFLOWEB 



flo 



■r). 



Wliil.e. Pure white, very .'hie. Pkt. Or. 
Purple. Purplish red c,i|,,r. Pit; So, 
Splendens. Brilliant rosy red. Pkt. 

Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. MOc. 
LAVENBIXCi A SP1CA (Lavender). 



HUMITLPS .Taponicus (Japanese 
Hop). Splendid annual climber of 
fast growth and very ornamental. 12 
ft. Pkt. 10c. 



Jar 



oli 



•iegatiSj A 

3 preceding; 
leaves rich green, blotched and mar- 
bled wit I] creamy white. 10 ft. Pkt. 

HYACINTH BRAN. See Oolichos. 

HYPERICUM Klejrans (St. ,Tohn - s 
Wort. For planting under trees; 
flowers yellow, very showv. H. P. 1 
ft, 'Pkt, 5c, 

ICR PLANT (Mesetnbryan them urn 
cryslallinum). Trailing plant of 
dwarf habit, suitable for roekwork. 
The leaves are covered with crystal- 
like icy globulins. II. II. A. Pkt. 5c, 



131 PAT I 



H1NS SULTANI (Pe 




•apid - 

At night and during dull 
days the plant is covered with large, 
pure white fragrant flowers, 5 to (i 
iu. iu diameter. H. A. 20 ft. Pkt. 

10c, 

Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5e. 

JACO BE A , Sen ee i o. For la rge beds 
and mixed borders tlie Jaepbes is very 
effective. H. A. 1 ft. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c. 

JACOB'S LADDFH. Hardy peren- 
nials with deeply cut foliage and clus- 
ters of handsome flowers ; thriving in 
any good soil. 2 ft. Pkt. fie, 

K A IT IjF trSSl A . Fine for edging. 11. 
A. Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 50c. 



LARKSPUR 

(Also See Delphinium.) 



Much prized for the dcliei 


nis fra- 


grance of its violet flowers. 


H. 1'. 2 


ft. Pkt,. 5e, 




LEOXTOP011IL73I Alpinu 


n. See 


Edelweiss. 




1 , 1 1 1 CA NT 1 1 10311 31 Ul \j> i 


iosu in 




e, pure 




cutting. 


H. P Pkt. 10c. 


LIN A 111 A Bipartiia. Snaj 


dragon- 


shaped flowers, mixed. 1 ft. 


Pkf. 5e. 


Cynibalaria (Kenilworth Ivy 


. Trail- 




go and 


sumflviole't (lowers, ft. 1 


•kt. 5c, 


LINU3I. A handsome annual ; 


for bril- 


liancv of color and duration t 


f blooui 


it is unsurpassed. H. A. I fl 




Grandi Horn in Cocci neu m 
liant scarlet, Pkt. lie. 


Bril- 


Flavuin. Beautiful golden 


yellow. 


Pkt. 5c. 






Double Dwarf" Kockcl 

nine. Pkb.Sc. 

Apple Blossom Pink. Pkt. He. 
Emperor. Pkt. Be. 
White. Pkt. 5c. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. fir., oz. 35c. 
Tall Boeket. Finest d. illblu m i ved . 
ft. Pkt. 5e., oz. HUc. 



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52 



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LOBELIA 



An iaVaiualjle el 
ding, edging or CiUI 



plants for bod- 
lening. Lobelia, 
ilarly noted for 
itsvnhic in hanging baskets, fx as a finish 
to Flower yasee; in both eiisee the effect 

produced Ijv its long drooping growth 
acta great profusion of (lower is beasMEid 
in I lit. - extreme. 11. II. A. 1 1/ 2 ft. 

Kriims. Peep bine flowers. Pkt. 5c. 

Duplex. Double blue, distinct. Pkl. inc. 

< nmpaola Alhu. Purowhito. Pkl, 5e. 

Crystal Palace Compact a. In- 
tense blue. Pkt. 10c. 

Eiupmir "William (Blue King). Sky 
blnci ; compact. Pkt. 5c. 

Gracilis. Palo blue; spreading habit; 
very effect! v< 

Paxtoniuna. Puri' white, with blue 
belt. Pkt. 5e. 

Spociosa, Peep blue; lino lor bed- 
ding. Pkl. 5c. 

Finest Mixed. Plct. 5e. 

C a V, d i n a 1 i S Hybrida (Cardinal 
Flower). Splendid perennials of va- 
rious shades of scarlet and crimson. 
2 £t. Pkt. Ifle. 

Littoral is. Prclty drooping plant for 
hanging pots anil baskets; (lowers 
white. Pkt. 150. 
LOPHOSPF.RBl CM 
ing climber, with 
Gloxinia-like flowers 

Seandens. Dark ms 
IiUPINl'S. A handsome and orna- 
mental garden plant, with long, K rs - 

fnl Ilnwor spikes of rich and varied 
colors. 

Annual. .Mixed colors. Pkl. 5c., oz. 20e. 
Perennial. Mixed colors. Pkt, 5c, 
oz. 80c. 
LYCHNIS. P 



cutting, 
AlUa. White. 2 ft. Pkt. 5c 
C li a I e ed o n i ea . Brilliant h< 

plants ; scarlet. 2 ft, Pkt. 5c. 



LYCHNIS-Continued. 
Haagcaua Hybrida. Pkl, 10c 
Kine Mixed. 2 ft. Pkt. 5c. 
bYTHRUM Rosen m Super- 
bum. Han" 
deep rose Co 
M ALOPJi, 0 
producing In 



2 ft. II. A. 



lutiftil large erim- 
l groat profusion. 



G r a n (1 i f'J o v a. Purple ami 
White, l'kt, 5c. 
MAGXObIA GLAITGA (Sweet 
Bay). Hardy shrub. (Ilossy 
foliage and fragrnnt white 



flo 



PI, 



. 10c. 



MARIGOLD 



. A rapid -grow- 
beautiful brgi 



; 10 ft. Pkt 



Altlu 



nil 




ed 



withoiitglass hydcferrini. 
ing until spring frosts have ceased 
to be dangerous. The African varieties 
produce largo self-colored blossoms on 
fall plants; the French are smaller, some 
of the varieties being elegantly striped 
and spotted. II. H. A. 
African Eldorado. The. colors run 
through rill shades or yellow, from 
very light primrose to' the deepest 
orange; very double. Pkt. 10c., oz.GOc. 



M AR A'F I j OF PERU (Pour OVloeks). 
Handsome border plants, remarkable 
for their compact growth ; rich glossy 
leaves, profusion of bloom, and diver- 
sity of color. 2 It, H. A. 



Finest Mixed. 

5c., oz. 20e. 



Brilliant colors. Pkt-. 





JIAltlOOJ.U, A riilCAN 
•ide of (lie Garden. 
Extrtilarge flowers. Pitt. in.-, 
ble Mixed. 2fi. Pkl. 

ii< ii Dwarf Gold- 
Mripeil. flower.-, ivgn- 
Inrly Striped with ehestutlt- 
biowu on a bright yellow 
ground. Pkt. 5c. 
Legion Of Honor; Single 
dwarf; yellow and brown. 
Pkl fx-. 

Nana h'avillora' Itriinea. 

and rnhv marOOU : 



ed. I ft. Pkl 



HAKIGOLtJ, 1.EUION OF HOXOB 



M.ried Collection of 
l-'reneli, six Separate 
Colors. 25a. 
Imported < 'oiled foil of 
African, Six Separate 
Colors. 25c. 



Beep violet. 10 ft. 



beautiful dowers mid foliage; admirably 
adapted for hnngiug-baskels, vases and 
trellis-work. 11.11. P. 

Alba. A pretty white variety. 10 ft, 

Pkt. lOc. 

Harelayana. 

Pkt, 10c. 

T.aeeyana. Hose ; verv sbowv. 10 ft. 
Pkt, l()c. 

Fines! Mixed. Pkl. 10c. 

MKSKM RRYANTIIFMFM. Dwarf 
spreading plants, growing in sunny 
pnsil ions and producing freely large, 
wax-like flowers of various colors. 
II. II. A.; 3/ 2 ft. 
Tricolor. Mixed colors. Pkt. 5c 
Cryslallinuni. See lee Plant. 

MKL1LOTUS Cnerulea, Blue. Ui 
ft. 11. P. Pkt. 5c. s 



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:, SEW YORK MARKET 



MIGNONETTE 

The Mignonette is universally esteemed 
for its delicate perfume and singularly 
pretty spikes ot bloom. If well thinned 
out at au early stage, growth of flower and 
foliage will be greatly facilitated.: II. A. 

Allen's Defiance. This Mtgndnette, 
when grown under favorable condi- 
tions, produces spikes from 12 to 15 
in. long. Pkt. 10e., oz. 75c. 

Bismarck. Improved dwarf Maehet. 
Dark red ; one of the best for garden 
or pot culture. Pkt. 10c. 

Golden Queen. Distinct spikes, 
golden yellow. Pkt. 5c. 

Iiarge-Flowered Pyramidal; Im- 
proved variety, of pyramidal growth 
and large flowers. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c. 

Leviathan. Splendid for forcing. The 
seed we offer was saved from selected 
spikes. Pkt. 15c, oz. S1.00. 

Maehet, Of dwarf growth and thick 
green loaves, with long broad spikes of 
deliciously scontod red (lowers. Pkt. 
10c, oz. 75e. 

Miles' Hybrid Spiral. Dwarf and 
branching, with spikes often attaining 
a length of from 8 to 10 in. Pkt. 5c, 
oz. 25c. 

New York Market. Undoubtedly 
this is the grandest variety of Mignon- 
ette at the present lime. Its indi- 
vidual florets are of large size, form 
a graceful as well as compact spike 
and possess a delicious fragrance. 
For forcing under glass this strain 
is unsurpassed. Pkt. 50c, oz.S2.00. 



Mignonette— Continued. 
Orange Queen. Com- 
pact growth, kixurian! 
foliage and very broad 
orange-red (lower spikes 
Pkt. 10c 

Parsons' White. Yer 

fragrant. Pkt. 5c 
Large - I- 1 I o w e r i n < 
S xv eel Scented. 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c. 

MIMOSA TUDTCA. Kh 
Sensitive Plant. 

MIMULUS 

Monkey Flower 

Handsome, profuse bloom- 
ing plants, with (lowers of 
singular form and brilliant 
colors, rich and beautifully 
marked. H. H. P. 

Ca rrt i na lis. Scarlet ; very 
striking, 1 ft. Pkt. 10c 
Duple* Mixed. Flowers 
are borne in pairs. Pkt. 
15c.. 

Moschatns (Musk Plant). Valuable 

for pots. y t ft, Pkt. 5c 
\o\v Kmperor. Rich colors ; mottled 

and figured. Pkt. 15c 
Finest Mixed, l'ki. 5c. 




MIGNONETTE, MACHET 

MIN.Y Lobata, Haodsc s, half hardy 

climbing annual of rapid growth; 
hearing twin-like racemes of (lowers 
Which in the bud are orange-red, but 
open orange-yellow and soon turn to 
creamy white. 20 ft, Pkt. trie. 

MOMJCEl/LA Spino.sa. A splendid 
shell-flower, rose. 7 ft. If. 1'. Pkt. 25c. 



MOMOftDIOA. Trailing plants, with 
curious and ornamental foliage and 
remarkable fruit. H. If. A. 

lSalsamina (Balsam Apple). Orange 
fruit. 10 ft. Pkl, 5c 

Charantia (Balsam Pear). Copper- 
colored scarlet fruit. 10 ft. I'kt. 5c 

Involuerata (lied Balsam Apple). 
Sulphur-yellow fruits, which change 
to rich carmine scarlet. Pkl. 10c. 
MOO X F I'O \V B It. See Ipoinoea 

Nociiflora, 

MORXWG GLORY. See Convol- 
vulus. 

MUKA (Abyssinian Banana). A magni- 
ficent snb-(ro|iieal plant; very effec- 
tive in masses or when planted singly. 
The seeil will produce large plants 
flrst season if sown early. T. P. 6 
to 20 ft. 

Fnsele. Pkt. 25c, 100 seeds SI .50. 

MYOSOT1S 

(Forget-Me-Not) 

These beautiful plants are too well 

known td; need recommendation. II. p. 
\ Iflest " is Alba. "While, very an na- 
tive, y t ft, Pkt. 5c, oz. 75c 

Alpestris, IJlue. 1ft. I'kt, 5c, . 7.V. 

A/.oriea. lilue, shaded purple, very 
robust. 1 ft. Pkt, 10c. 

Cir-lest itia. Sky-blue, very iloriferous. 
lft. Pkt, 10c. 

Dissitiflora. Large, sky-blue flowers ; 
very early. Pkt. Hie. 

Palustris. lilue, adapted tor moist 
situations. M foot. Pkt. 5c 

Sempei-fioreris. Perpottiid-flowei lijg : 
6 In. Pkt. 10c 

Victoria. Azure blue, remaining in 
bloom a long time. Bine for pots and 
cutting, (i in. Pkt, ll)c, oz. $2*0(1, 

Finest. Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 75c 




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NASTURTIUM 

TOM THUMB OR DWARF VARIETIES 

;U« of the Tom Thumb class are as indispensable 



A beautiful pink variety. Fines!. Mixed. 



6b fcEeUtod as ha >•!>• i 

Aurora. 

Pkt. 5e., 

Brilliant Scarlet. Very effective. 
1 ft. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c. 

Beau I v. Yellow, flushed vermilion. 
1 ft. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15e. 

Chameleon. Palo yellow, blotched 
with rod. Pkt. 5o. 

Cloth oi' Gold. Golden yellow fol- 
iage, scarlet flowers. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c. 

Crystal Palace Gem. Sulphur color, 
maroon spots. 1 ft. Pkt. 5c, oz. 20c. 

Empress of India. Biilliaut crimson ; 
dwarf, compact habit, with dark tinted 
foliage. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c 

Golden King. Golden, maroon blotches. 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c 

King Theodore. Dark g.repfl foliage, 
flowers nearly black. 1 ft. Pkt. 5c, 
oz. 20c. 



Pearl. Creamy white, very pretty. 1 

Et. Pkt. 5c... oz. 25c. 
Rose, Piue shade. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c. 




Imported Collect, 
12 Varieties. 10c. 

TALL, or CLIMBING 
NASTURTIUMS 

Adapted for ro c k w o r k, 
banks, covering trull' 
rustic work ; fcjla si 
piClcled young, are an 
lent substitute for 
10 ft. H. A. 

Chan 



ously blotched, splashed, 
striped and bordered with 
these several colors. Pkt. So. 

Crimson. Brightand showy. 
Pkt. 5c, oz. loc. 

Orange. Very effective. Pkt. 
5c, oz. 15c. 

Pearl. White Pkt. 5c, 
oz. 15c. 



NASTURTirM, TOM S 



TALL, or CLIMBING NASTURTIUMS— Con. 
Yellow, Spotted Crimson. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c 

i e t i e s. 



LoWs Nasturtium. (Tropasoluin Lobbianum). 
They are excellent for window boxes, vases, 
hanging baskets ami rockeries. 8 ft. 

Finest Mixed. All colors of Lobbianum, Pkt. 
5c, oz. 20c. 

Madame Gunther's Hybrids. The foliage is 
mostly dark and contrasts very effectively with 
tile rich colors. 

Choice Mixed. Pkt. 5c, oz. 25c. 




NEMOPH1 Ij.A. Exceedingly 
beautiful dwarf-growing plants'. 

Alba. Pure white. % ft. 
Pkt. 5c. 

Iiisignis. Clear, bright blue, 
white center, % ft. Pkt. 5a. 

Maculata. White, viol el 
blotches, very pretty. Pkt. 5e. 

Fine Mixed. All colors. Pkl. 
5c, oz. 25c. 



Cy Z?Sv NICOTIAN A Affinis. Spt 



did 



al, producing 
long white tube- 
Imped (lowers, fragrant to- 
3 ft. Pkt. 5c 
Mngnilieent foli- 
Plcfc. 25c. 
Large brilliant 



ter 
ward 

Colossea. 

age plant. 
Sanderae. 



bushy well-branched plants ; 
very fragraut. 2 It. II. A. 
Pkt, 25c 

NIEREMHERGH Frutos- 

oe::s Balf-hai-dypoivni ; A 



a-Mlsl ). 
its, with 



NICOTIANA SANCEIliE 



ut Ebliagi 
ned flowers. H.A, 
Hixed, Double, 
dors. l'. t ft. Pkt. 5c 



OBELISCARIA Pulcher- 
rima. Showy Bedding plants, 
red and yellow. 3ft. H. H. 
P. Pkt. 5c. 

OENOTHERA. (E v e n i n g 

Primrose). Large, silvery 
white, golden yellow and 
crimson-spotted 11 o w e r s. 

i 

Biennis. A beautiful hardy 



flo 



1 n g. 



Pkt. 5o. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c. 

O R O B V s Iiai hyroides 

(Pea Blossoms). Blue, W n ft. 
H. I'. Pkt. 15c. 
Niger. Purple. 3 ft. H. P. 
Pkt. 5c. 



OXALIS 

Suitable either for greenhouse 
decoration, rockwork or rustic 
baskets out-of-doors. II. B. P. 

Rosea. Delicate rose. VA ft, 

Pkt. 10c 
Tropaeoloides. Deep yellow, 
*• brown foliage. t/ 2 ft. 



with 

Pkt. 10c. 
Valdiviana. Fragr 

low. Pkt. 10c 
Fine Mixed. Pkt. 10c. 



tyel- 



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Flower Seeds 



CHOICE PANSIES 



No flower 
everywhere- 



lime 
clafn 



! more popular than Fa 



king with 
svs endorse us — that 
offered. We have s 



MITcrent 



They are seen 
ill, cultivation. 
ror may bo, his 
We 



a have the Fittest 
red no pains to 
proOUte tliw, and to those who have not grown our Pansy 
seed we ask only one trial to be convinced that the flowers 
derived iroin our stock are the gssi obtainable. 
AMERICAN SHOW, Choice Mixed. No strain of 
this favorite flower over enjoyed such popularity or giyvG 
such general satisfaction as this has done. It embraces 
all the most striking and beautiful colors. Hit. 25c., 
% oz. $4.00. 

AV. & D.'S FLORIST STRAIN. Choice Mixed. 

Comprising only the giant-flowering, most perfectly formed 
varieties in the richest collection of colors. Pkt. 20c., 
oz. $8.00. 

ENGLISH GIANTS, Finest Mixed. Comprising many 
beautiful and handsome colors. Pkt. 15c, oz. $4.00. 

GERMAN, Finest Mixed. A beautiful class with extra 
large flowers in great diversity of colors. Pkt. 10e., oz. 
53.00. 

FRENCH, Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10e., oz. $2.50. 

MASTERPIECE, Giant. Ruffled. Nearly all the plants 
produce beautifully ru filed flowers of large size and very 
fascinating colors. Pkt. 20c. 

BELGIAN, Fancy. Mixed colors. Pkt. 15c. 

BUTTERFLY, Mammoth. Mixed colors, beautiful 
varieties. Pkt. 15c, y( oz. SI. 00. 

ODIER, or Five-Spotted. Blotched petals; colors in- 
numerable and beautiful. Pkt. 20c, l /± oz. 51.50. 

SCOTCH PANS1 ES. Of very fine texture and bold mark- 
ings, excellent for bedding, including all the finest shades. 
Choice mixed. Pkt. 25o. 





FAXSY, A MEMO AH SHOW 

PANSIES IN SEPARATE COLORS 

BFACONSFIELD. Violet, shndi io <■■ la vender and -white. 
Pkt. 10c. 

EMPEROR WILLIAM. Dark blue, very line. Pkt. 10c 
I AI ST, or King of the Blacks. Intense black, very 

effective in groups. Pkt. 10c. 
EIRE DRAGON. Fiery orange and brom-.e, purple eye. 

Pkt. 10c 

lliar shade. Pkt. 10c 
cry elTective. Pkt. 10c. 
r cemetery planting. Pkt. 5c 
fine Tor bedding. Pkt. 5c 
Pkt. 5c, oz. 75c 



MAHOGANY. Pet 
HEX. Deep purple, 
WHITE. (Suitable [ 
YELLOW. Golden 
FINEST MIXED. 



TRIMARDEAU 



A diStiliot and be 
the foliage and are 



w; the flowers stand well above 
narked will) three large blotches 



PANSY. OIAKT TB1MABDEAD 



GIANT ADONIS (light blue), lieaufifal. Pkt. 10c, 
GIANT DARK BLI'E (black hluei. Pkt. 10c 
GIANT HORTENSIA RED. 
GIANT Rl'BV. Superb red sin* 
GIANT SNOW FLAK B (candid 
GIANT STRIP BW. Fine. Pkt 
GIANT YE I i LOW GEM (pure 
GIANT YELLOW. Willi large 
GIANT, Einesi Mixed. Pkt. lt 

Collect ion of six Varieties. 

Imported Collection of Gei 
riet ies. 50c. 

Import ed Collect ion of Gei 
Varieties. 75c. 

TUFTED PANSIES 

(Viola Cornuta) 

These lire a cross between a Violet and Pansy; they are 
more bardvthan the latter and with slight protection during 
winter ean'be kept in a permanent pine., for years, l ie flow- 
ers arc not large, but very numerous and embrace all the mm 
beautiful colors. Finest mixed. Pkt. 10c. 



Pkt. fOe. 
l-s. Pkt. 10c 
;sima). Extra. Fkt. 10c 

vcliowb Pkt. 10c 
lack eye. Pkt. 10c. 
•„ oz. $3.00. 
We. 

nan l'ansios, six Va- 
nan Paiisies, Twelve 



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50 



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SWEET PEAS 



Our Sweet Pea's have made a reputation for {irajhstflvcte f.. 



their gi 
ing 
all 
mo; 
to 



lit ! 



, pro 



Wq 



qualities 



:il attention tu W r . & .!>.' 



Select Mixtn 



fit $1.00 )><•! 



; list 



TALL VARIETIES 
America. Bright cardinal, wliito 

striped. Plct. 5c. 
Apple Blossom. Deep ruse ; wings 

blush pink, Pkt. 5e. 
Aurora. Salmon and white, largo 

flower. Tkt. 5e, 
Black Knight. Deep niaroou self- 

eolor. Pkt 5e. 
Blanche Burpee. Largo pare 

white-: perfeet form. Pkt, 6c. 
Blanche 1-Vi-i-v. Extra early; piuk 

and white. Pkt. 5e, 
Blush ins Beauty. Light, delicate 

pink. Pkt. 5c. 
Boreal ton. Dark maroon, large 

flowers. Pkt. 5c. 
Captain of the Blues. Purplish 

blue standard and blue wings; 

splendid. Pkt. 5e. 
Cant i vat ion. Light magenta, 

self-colored. Pkt. 5c 
Cardinal. Bright, crimson searlet. 

Pkt. 5c. 

Celestial. Beautiful light lavender. 
Pkt. 5e. 

Columhiii. Stflpod rati and blue 

on white. Pkl. 5c. 
Countess of Cndogan. Sky hluo. 

Pkt. 5c. 

Countess of Rati nor, I m prov ed. 

Pure light lavender, soli-color. The 
best lavender sort. Pkt. 5e. 
Davhroak. White ground, linked 

with red. Pkt. 5c. 
Dorothy Tennant. D< 



Lottie Hutehins. Pali) primrose, 
striped wilh light pink. Pkt. 5c 

Maid of Honor, lavender and white, 
edged blue Pkt. 5c. 

Mrs. Dugdale. Deep rose. Pkl. 5c. 

Mrs. Eckford. Primrose-yellow : del- 
icately shaded. Pkl. 5c. 

Mrs. Gladstone. Pink standard, 
blush wings; singularly delicate and 
pretty. Pkt. 5c. 

Mont Blanc. Pure while ; one of the 
earliest. Pkt. 5e„ 02.200., Id lb. BOts., 
lb. St. 50. 



helir 
Ducli. 



go. Pkt, 

alinburgh. Light 



Pkt 

irple 



Duke of Sulhei'l 

men standard ; wings iudig 

fine dark sort. Pkt. 5c. 
Duke of Westminster. Standard 

clear purple; wings purple with 

tint of violet. Pkt. 5e, 
Duke of York. Posy pink; wings 

crcituti, Pkt. 5c. 
Earliest: of All. Two weeks earlier 

thananv variety. BeSt for forcing. 

Pkt. 5c.; oz. 2Ue., '/ lb. 50c, lb. 

S1.50. 

Emily Eckford. Porcelain-blue, 

suffused with mauve. Pkt. 5c 
Emily Henderson. Pure white; \ 

good for forcing. Pkt. 5c. 
Firelly. Intense cri mson-searlet ; 

large llower. Pkt. 5c. 
Gaiety. Striped bright rflse on 

whit.:; very large. Pkt. 5c 
Golden Gleam. Beautiful priinn.se- 

yellow. Pkt. 5e. 
Gorgeous. Bright oran 

orauge-rose. Pkt. Sc. 
Gray Friar. Plated and speckled blue 
re on white. Pkt. 5c 
esty. Plight rosy carmine; 



wings 



Her Maje 

Hon. . »VJB 

pink ; wiiu 
Kalheriue 

Pkt. 5.'. 
Lady Grisel Hamilton 

silvery lavender. Pkt. 5c. 
Lad y Xina lialfour. A r ery beautiful 

mauve. Tkt. 5c. 



ouverie. Standard tlcsh- 
;h rosy bull'. Pkt. 5c. 
Tracy. Soft, brilliant piuk. 

Beautiful 



SWEET PI! 



Navy Blue. Park indigo hluo and 
violet, t he best hi lie. Pk t. 5c 

Othello. Dark choc. .late. Pkt. 5c. 

Prima Donna, Exquisite rose-pink 
profuse. Pkt, 5n. 

Di^imrose. Primrose-yellow; fine Turin 

Prince Edward of Vork. 

s.c.rlet, wings crimson. Pkt 

Queea Victoria. Light 

wings tinted rose. Pkt, 5c. 
Sadie ISurpee. Pure white, very 

large. Pkt. 5c. 
.Salopian. Brilliant scarlet, very large, 

lino form. Pkt. 5e. 
Senator. Striped maroon and violet on 

White. Pkt. 5e. 



any variety or quantify. 

Stanley. Beautiful deep maroon, black 

veined. Pkt, 5c. 
The Bride. Snow-white, graceful form 

Pkt, 5c. 

NAMED VARIETIES AS ABOVE. 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 15c, \ lb. 30c, y. lb. 50c, 

ii>. si. 00. 

W. & D.'s EXTRA SKLHCT 
MEYTFKE. Pkt. 5c. oz. 15c, % lb. 
30c, y s lb. 50c, lb. S1.00. 
ECKFOH IPS >I1XE1>. From named 



. .1 ' 



. 10c 




y> lb. toe. 

FINEST MIXED. All colors. Pkt, 5c. 
oz. 10c, % lb. 20c,^ lb. otic, lb. 50c. 
Collection of (i Choice Named 

Varieties. 25c. 
Collection of I 2 Choice Named 

Varieties. 50c 
Collect ion of 21 Choice Named 

Varieties. Sl.OO. 
Collect ion of 4. S Choice Named 
A r arieties. $2.00. 

SWEET PEAS 

CH KISTM AS EDO W I JUNG 

These varietiesare.especiallvselect- 
sd for forcing under -lass and are 2 
o 3 weeks earlier than any ol her kind. 
Piralc (true). Pkt. 15c., oz. 50... 



Double Sweet Peas 

Plowers have 2 to 3 standards aud 
frequently 3 wings; beautifully in- 
curved and frilled. 
Boreal ton. Deep maroon. 
Bride of Niagara. Curmme- 

rose; wings white tinged pink. 
Dorothy Viok. Scarlet, with 
crimson wings. 

Striped indigo and 



While 



1 on white 



white. 



K Price for any of above Double Sweet 
Peas. Pkt, 5c, oz. 15c, V. lb. 30c, 
H lb. Sl.OO. 

j New Bush Sweet Peas 

M A distinct race. An average bush 
W grows it! to 18 inches high, by 12 to 
11 inches wide. All flowers are borne 
on top of the plant. Plush Sweet 
Peas are very attractive if planted 
as a hedge. They will not grow 
on trellis, as they do not climb.' 
Blanche Burpee. Large while, 
Blanche Ferry. Pink and white. 
Dorothy Tennant. Posy heliotr. .pe. 
Gaiety. Striped bright rose on white. 
Monarch. Maroon and purple. 
Prima Donna. Soft pink. 
Stella, Morse. Pink and apricot. 
Finest Mixed. Iucluding many var- 
ieties. 

Price Tor any of the above varieties. Pkt 
5c, oz. 20c, % lb. 50c, lb. SI. 50. 
Perennial Sweet Pea. See Eat h- 
yrus l.at ifolius. 



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57 



Flower Seeds 



PETUNIA 



& highly Ornamental unci profuse flow- 
ering garden favorite, equally effective 
for the decoration of 'the greenhouse and 
Sitting-room window, or planted out, in 
beds or hordors. LI. II. P. 

SINGLE LARGE-FLOWERING 

Giants of California. Most of the 
(lowers are exquisitely ruffled or fringed 
on the edges, anil are of enormous di- 
mensions, often 5 in. across. 

Choice Mixed. I'kt. 25c. 

Grand idora Fringed. Beautifully 
fringed, mixed, i'kt. 25c. 

Hybrida Nana Com pacta. Bushy 
plants, 5 to 8 in. in height, studded with 
their regularly .striped flowers. Mixod. 
Plct. 15c. 

SI air. Kieh crimson, with distinct white 
star in center. Pkt. 1 Oc. 

Striped and Blotched. Finest mix- 
ed. Pkt. 10c, oz. S2.00 

Yollow Throated Peeg 
throat, with veins of yellow; 
verv handsome. Finest mix- 
ed." Pkt. 25c. 

Fine Mixed. Many beauti- 
ful colors. Pkt. 6c„ oz. S1.00. 

Imported Collection of 
Six Separate Varieties. 
60c. 

DOUBLE LARGE - FLOW- 
ERING 
Dwarf Double. Inimitable, 

(i in. high; small cherry and 

whito flowers. Pkt. 10c. 
Dwarf Double Lilliput. 

Pretty, small double flowers 

of the most charming shades 

of color. Pkt. 25c. 
Fringed Double. Choice 

mixed colors, one of the 

finest. Pkt. 50c. 
Hybrida G r a a d i fl o r a 

Plena,. The finest double, 

variety grown, superb colors. 

Pkt. 25c. 
Imported Collection of 

six Dist i net Variot ies. 

75c. 



PASSTPIiOtlA (Passion 
Flower). iMagnillcenf twin- 
ers of unrivaled eletrance. 
H. H. P. 

Coei'iilea. A beautiful va- 
riety, producing rich green 
foliage and sky blue, flow- 
ers. 20 ft. Pkt. ll)c. 

Gracilis. A pure whito va- 
riety, which grows rapidly. 
Pkt. 10c. 

Maliformis. Blue, white 
and red flowers. Pkt. 15c. 

PENTSTEMON 

Wants of a highly ornamental 



"Gloxinia.'" Flowers first 
season from seed. Pkt. We. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c. 
Collection of Six Color; ., 






PETUKU, O I ANTS OF CALIFORNIA 



PKRIHiA. In habit of 
growth is neat and shrub- 



peeially (o 
very-leavoi 
Laciniala. 
ly fringed. 



bl.-e 



Pli 



its of. the sli- 
der. H. H. A. 
iyeg are flne.- 
i ft. Pkt. 5c. 
Foliage 



PERSIC A D I A . Red, 

showy for backgrounds. 1% 
ft. II. P. Pkt. 5o. 
White. \% ft.. H. P. Pkt. 5c, 

PHACKLIA Ciingesta. 

Excellent for bees. Blue. 
T.% rt. H.A. Pkt. 5c. 

PHYSALIS Franoheti 

(Japanese Winter Cherry). 



a fru 



PETUNIA, DOUL'LE FRINGED 



balloon - shaped 
husks of a brilliant orange- 
red. 2 ft. U. A. Pkt. 15c. 
Lnbatn. Ground or Winter 
Cherry, violet. HI. Pkt. 10c. 



PHLOX DKUMMONDt GKANMFLOBA 

PHLOX 

Drummondi Grandiflora 

For brilliant efl'ect and contin- 
uous blooming in the (lower gur- 
%, den, l he Phlox cannot lie surpass- 
gjt ed. 1 ft. H. A. 

LARGE- FLOWERING 
VARIETIES 
Alba. Pure white. Pkl.Se. 
occinea. Fine deep scarlet. 
Pkt. 5c. 

Splendens. Bright scarlet flow- 
ers, with pure white center. 
Pkt. 10c. 

Rosea. Splendid bright rose. 
Pkt . 5e. 

Purpurea. Fine deep purple. 
Pkt. 5u, 

Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5e., oz. 7Sc, 
Imported Collection of Six 
Separate Varieties. 50c. 

DWARF VARIETIES 
Nana Compact a Snowball. 

Compact, bushy form, 0 to 8 in. 
high, pure whito. Pkt. 10c. 
Nana Compacta Fireball. Bright 

red. Pkt. 10c. 
Star ol'Quedlinbiirgli. Star-shaped, 

mixed. Pkt. 10c. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c., oz. S2.00. 

PERENNIAL VARIETIES 

Klognut heavy border plants, bearing 
large trusses of brilliant colored flowers. 
Decussat a. Mixed, saved from choice 

varieties. 2 ft. Pkt. lUe. 
Now Dwarf. Embraces many rich 

colors. 1ft. Pkt. 25c . 
PICOTFK. Choice Varieties M ix- 
ed. Pkt. 250. 
Fine Mixod, Garden, rkt. 10c. 
POLYGONUM Orientate I'oliis 
Varietal is. Bed flowers borne Oil 
spikes, 7 to 8 in. long. Foliage varie- 
gated. 8 ft. H. P. Pkt. Hie. 
POLYANTHUS (Primula Ulatior). 
Spring flowering plant, suifahleeilher 
for out-door or pot culture. H. P. 
Gold Laced Mixed. Karly bloom- 
ing dwarf plant. Pkt, 25c. 
Finest Mixed. From lines! flowers 
% ft. Pkt, 10c. 



Flower Seeds 



58 



WEEBER &- DON 



POPPIES 



The recent development of Poppies has brought them into great and 
deserved popularity, and it may be safely said that no other flower in our 
gardens affords a more Imposing display of brilliant coloring during the 
blooming period. The delicate beauty ot the Shirley Poppies is alone suf- 
ficient to create a reputation for the entire class, ami the huge flow 
t he double varieties make a gorgeous show. 



SINGLE SHIRLEY POPPIES 

Their brilliant, dazzling colorings 
and wonderful variety make a very 
effective display in the garden, or for 
cut floweis. 

Choice Mixed. Pkt. 10c, oz. 60c 



Flowers round, very double 
with finely fringed petals, 2 ft. 
Brilliant Scarlet.. Pkt. 5c. 
Silver Gray-. Pkt. 5c. 
Rose. Pkt. 5c. 
Pure White. Pkt. 5c. 



DWARF SHIRLEY POPPIES 

Charming dwarf varieties of tl 
estoomed Shirley Poppy. Bushj 
plants about 8 inches high, 
innumerable single flowers, 3 
inches across, of the most pl( 
colors, shades and variegation.- 
New Snow-White. Pkt. 20c. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c. 

DOUBLE CARNATION FLOWERED 



Collection of Twelve Separate 
Varieties. SI. 50. 



and 



Searle 
White Tippt 
Finest Mixed. Fr 

ties. Pkt. 5c., oz. 3 
Imported Collect! 

lion-Flowered. 

rate varieties. 30c. 




in of Carna- 

In eight sepa- 



l'orpy, single 




SINGLE ANNUAL POPPIES DOUBLE ANNUAL POPPIES 



rorpy, DOUBLE 



Danebrog. Large flowers of a bril- 
liant scarlet, with a silver spot on 
each of the petals. Pkt. 5c. 

Flag- of Trnce. Satiny white flow- 
ers, 3 to i in. across; extremely 
handsome. 2 ft. Pkt. 5c. 

Fire Dragon. Flowers 4 in. across, 
of brilliant deep scarlet, with black 
spots margined white. 2 ft. Pkt. 5c. 

Larvigatum. 4 in. in diameter, 
brilliant deep scarlet with black 
spots, surrounded by a white mar- 
gin. Pkt. 5c. 

Peacock. Flowers vivid scarlet 
with hi ack zo u e . Pk t . 5c . 

Vmbrosum. Vermilion, with shin- 
ing black spot on each petal. Pkt. 

Fine Mixed. Brilliant colors. Pkt. 
5c, oz. 25e. 



Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c. 

Bract oatnm. Branching habit, pro- 
ducing large, brilliant scarlet flowers. 
3 ft. Pkt. 5c. 



HARDY PERENNIAL POPPIES 

Por permanent beds these elegant large-flowering hardy Poppies are unequaled. 



American Flag. These are robust 
growers about 2 ft. high, well 
branched, bearing freely large flow- 
ers ; a pure white ground, mar- 
gined dark orange-scarlet. Pkt. 
10c. 

Fairy lllnsh. Large, double fringed 
flowers, white tipped with rose. 
Pkt. 5c, 

Marsclli. Double white and red, 
2 ft. Pkt. oc. 

The Mikado. The petals are cut 
and fringed ; the color pure white 
at the back, while the fringed 
edges are of a brilliant crimson 
scarlet. Pkt. 5c. 

Peony-Flowered. Finest mixed, 
double. 2 ft. Pkt. 5c, oz. 30c. 



niporfed Collection of Double 
French Poppies in six separata 
varieties. 25c. 




Iceland (Papaver Nudieaule), Finest 

mixed. Pkt, 10c. 
Orientate (Oriental Poppy). Showy 
oraiigc-.sc.arlot. flowers, with black sprits, 
3 ft. Pkt. 10c 

PORTULACA 



Giant White California Poppy 

(Romneya Coultori). Flowers pure 
white, with a flue bunch of yellow 
stamens, ti ft. Pkt. 10c. 



For brilliancy, delioacy, diversity, and beauty of color the Porlulae.a 
surpasses all other outdoor plauts. For small beds, edgings, rock- 
work, or hanging baskets, it is unrivaled. H, A. J/> ft. 



Pkt. 5c. 
Alba SI 



PORTULACA, SINGL: 



SINGLE LARGE FLOWERING 
Alba. Beautiful pure white. 

iata. White, striped 
Pkt. 5c 

Tiioilnirnii. Peep orange. 
Pkt, 5c 

Rosea. Beautiful bright rose. 

Thellusonii. Splendid scarlet, 
Pkt, 5c. 

Fine Mixed. All colors. Pkt. 5c, 
oz. 50c. 



DOUBLE LARGE FLOW- 
ERING 

Sulphur. Pkt. 15c 
While. Pkt. 15c 

Grandiflora. Finest Mixed; 

selected from large double (low- 
ers, brilliant colors. Pkt. 10c, 

I m £i o r t e d Collection, 
Eig-hi Separate Varieties. 
Single, 75c. 




POStTULAOA, DOUBLE 



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59 



Flower Seeds 



PRIMULA 

(Chinese Primrose) 

Chinese Primroses are indispensable 
'or winter decora tiou in the home or eon- 



The varieties Ottered below Wu have so. 
leetaa from the best strains. 

SINGLE LARGE-FLOWERING 
FRINGED 
Primula Sinensis Fimbriate, 
Alba. Choice,, pare white, rkt. 25o. 
Alba Mag;niflca. Pure white, with 
large yellow eye and beautifully 
fringed. Pkt. 35e. 
Chiswiek Red. Brilliant erimsou- 
searlet, beautifully fringed, of robust 
habit, foliage. Ilne.lv cut. Pkt. 25c. 

6 red. Pkt. 25 c. 



PRIMULA 
OBCONICA 



A pretty Primula, With 
flowers of a soft lilac 
shad 

[. Pkt. I6e 
Obc 



fully 



(•(a 



mpact-; 



Si I'iped.. 



Kvn 



l Che 



• Mixed. Pkt. 25c. 



DOUBLE LARGE-FLOWERING 

FRINGED 
Primula Sinensis Fimbriata. 

Double red. rkt. 50c. 
Double While, Pkt. 50o. 
Double Striped. Each. Pkt, 50c. 
Choice Double Mixed. Pkt. 00c. 

PRIMULA STELLATA 

(Star Primrose) 

This distinct and valuable variety is ex- 
tensively grown for pot culture 'for the 
greenhouse or table decoration, as well as 
for use in winter for cut blooms. 
Pure AVhiie. Pkt. 50c. 
Rett and Hose Sliades. Pkt, 50c. 
Blue Shades. Pkt. 50c. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 50c. 



imula Ob. : 
latidiffoia, bear 
eir lilac and 
iwertr 



— Finest mixed 
Pkt. 35c. 
Primula Ob. 
C! ran di flora. Alba. 
Pkf. 25c. 
Primula Obeonica 
Grandiflora. Bril- 
liant carmine. Pkt. 25c 
Primula Obeonie.i 
Oram! iflora. Itosea. 
Pkt. 25c. 
Primula Obconiea 
Grand iflora. Finest 
mixed. Pkt. 20o. 




1'UIIUTLA SINENSIS miBIUATA 





PYRETHRUM 



Valuable bar 
stems about 2 f 



flow 



s 3 to 4 i 



ants, 
string 



HARDY AND HALF HARDY 
VARIETIES 



ght yellow llow- 



20.'. 



ihy Primrose). 

icalo sprays of 
r-eolored flowers. 



nicisus, CASTOK 



_a, Pines! Mixed. 

Perennial, producing several 
whorls of large dowers, varying 
from white to crimson. 1 ft. 
Pkt. 10c. 

RHODANTHE 

A charming everlasting ot great 
beaulv. lis silvery, rose-tinted 
flowers are in great demand for 
winter decoration, H. H. A. 
Miieulala. Plight pink with 

crimson circle. Pkt. 10c. 
Alba. Pure white, verv beauti- 
ful. Pkt. 10c. 
Manglcsi. P.rilliant rose. Pkt.lOe. 
Fines! Mixed. Pkt. SO. 



flesh, pink, i 

They remain iu bloom a long 
time, and are invaluable for 
vase decoration or for bouquets. 
H.P. 

Large - Flowering- Single, 
ehoiee mixed. Pkt. lOfl. 

T,ai'ge - Flowering' Double, 
choice mixed. Pkt, 15c. 

Hardy Double. While. Pkt. 
10c. 

Pyrelhruiii.Aiireuni. CI old. n 
Feather. Bright yellow rtil- 
iage, line for bedding. 1 ft. Pkt. 
5c, oz. SI. 00. 

Solaginoidcs Hyliritluiii. 
Pkt. 5c. 



RICINUS 

(Castor Oil Bean.) 

From seed they quickly attain gigantic 
proportions, and ate ornamental till de- 
stroyed by frost. H. A. 
Borbonionsis Arboreus. Laige and 

handsome green foliage. 15 ft. Pkt. 

5c., ok. 20c. 
Camborlgonsis. tSlmMilmi red-ma- 

roon ; stems black. 5 It Pkt. 5c. , oz. 

-40c, 

Communis (Castor Oil Plant). 

Largo green foliage, lift. Pkt. Sc., 
oz. 20c, 

Cibsonii. Park purplish red f. .liage. 0 

fl, Pkt. Be. 
Obermanii. Light red foliage, s ft. 

Pkt. 5o. 

Sanguineus Trie.. lor. Rod Spotted 
fruit in clusters, red foliage, 10 ft, 
Pkt. 5c. 

Z,an/,ibariensis Mive.l. fefodliciiig 
leaves of enormous size varying in 
color train light green to purplish red. 
15ft. Pkt. I0c.,oz. 50c. 

finest Mixed. Pkt. 5o., 02. 15o. 



Flower Seeds 



WEEBER & DON 




SALVIA SrLKJIDEXS 

ROCKET Sweefc, A very interesting, 
usefid and free-flowering plant. 
Blooming early, it remains beautiful 
for a long lime in beds, ribbons, etc. 
H. P. 

Finest Mixed, iy. It. Pkf.5e.,oz. 20e. 

ROSA HYBR I DA G R A N tf I - 
FLORA (Hybrid Perpetual Roses). 
"Will produce flowering plants in about 
six months from time of sowing. 
They are perfectly hardy, double and 
very fragrant. Pkt. 50c. 

RUOBIflCKlA (Texas Cone Flowers). 
Robust-growing plauts, very popular 
for border decoration. They are or 
very easy culture and produce showy 
flowers during summer and autumn. 
H. P. 

BiCOlor. Bright yellow, with black- 
purple center. 1% ft. Pkt. 10c. 
Bicolor Snperba Semiplena. 

Large semi-double golden-yellow 
flowers. Very useful for cutting. 
Pkt. 10c. 

Newman if. La rge gol. len-yellow flow- 
ers With velvety maroon center cone. 
H. P. 2 ft. Pkt. 10c. 

SALPIGLOSSIS 

Handsome funnel-shaped flowers of a 
peculiar velvety softness, useful for fill- 
ing vases arid table bouquets. H. H. A. 

Emperor. Each bloom is richly veined 
with gold, the throat is wide and the 
flower well opened. Pkt. lt)c, 

Iiarge-FIowcriiiK. Finest mixed. 
l'/2 ft. Pkt. 5c. 

Collection of Six Distinct Varie- 
ties. 40c. 



SALVIA 

(Flowering Sage) 

Magnificent bedding plants 
of the most brilliant and effec- 
tive oharaoter; Laden with 

ol salvia Splendens tor-ms a 

beautiful and highlv al tractive, 
object. H. H. P. 2 ft. 
Patens. Rich deep blue; 

fragrant. Pkt. 25c. 
Splendens. Bright scarlet, 
spikes varying from l(i to 2-i 
in. in length. Pkt. 10c., oz. 
S2.00. 

Bonfire (Clara Bedman). 
Compact, bush; scarlet flow- 
ers. The finest of all. 
Pkt. 15o. 
Lord Fauntloroy. The 
plants grow only 18 in. 
high and are covered with 
brilliant scarlet flowers. 
Pkt. 25c. 
Maroon Prince. Beautiful 
deep maroon flower spikes. 
Very handsome. Pkt. 25c. 
Silverspot, Rich green 
leaves elegantlv spotted 
with yellow ; scarlet flowers. 
Pkt. 15e. 
D's Extra Early Bush. 

at least two 
weeks earlier than any other Salvia; 
forms Deal bugiies about. IS in. high 
and is literally ablaze with bright.vel- 
vety scarlet llowers. Pkt. 15e. 
SAN VITAL I A. Very effective, com- 
pact-growing plants, admirably adapt- 
ed for small beds or rock-work. H. A. 
Proeumbens, H. pi. A beautiful 
variety of compact form, densely cov- 
ered with golden-yellow double flow- 
ers. Pkt. 5e. 

SCABIOSA ( ° r S d r e n ) ing 

A very show r y free- flowering plant, pro- 
ducing a great profusion of lieautiful 
and richly colored flowers. H. A. 

Dwarf Double. Man v colors, mixed. 
1 ft. Pkt. 5c, 07.. 10c. 

Tall Double. Very showy. Mixed 
colors. 2 ft. Pkt. 5c, oz. 40c. 

Caueasiea. Magnificent hardy per- 
ennial with beautiful large light-blue 
flowers. 2 ft. Pkt. l()c. 

Imported Collection of Six Sep- 
arate Sorts, :10c. 1 ! 

SCHIZANTHUS 

(Butterfly flower) 

Elegant free-dowering hardy annuals 
for the garden in summer or for pot, cul- 
ture in the greenhouse during winter. 

Hybrid us Grandi florus. Plants 
grow only about 12 inches high, 
and when in bloom are completely 
covered with large orchid-like flowe 
ofthemosi magifloetttcoiot's. Fine 
mixed. Pkt. 25c. 

Wisotoncnsis. Flowers varying fro 

white with yellow aye, to cpse wi 

bronze center. Fine for pels. Pkt.2f 
Finest. Mixed. Shades »r rose sen 

let. purple and white. Pkt. 5c, ok 3C 
SKIH'M (Stone Crop). Well adapt,-.! 

for rock-work, hanging baskets 

vases. H. P. l 4 ft. 
Cu;rn leu m. Bright blue flowers, fine 

for rock- work. Pkt. 10c. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c 



SENSITIVE PLANT. One of the 

most remarkable and interesting 
plants in cultivation; the leaves, 
When touched, instantly fold up. 

Mimosa Pudica. H. H. A. 1 ft. 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 75c 

SHASTA DAISY. See Chrysan- 
themum Leueanthemum Hy- 
bridum, Page 11. 

SILENE (Catcblly). Free-blooming 
hardy plants, useful for beds and 
borders. 

Armeria. Mixed colors. Hardv an- 
nual. Pkt. 5c 

Fend nla. Dwarf rose. Excellent for 
spring bedding, (i in. Pkt. 5c. 

SMIIiAX. Srailax is the most useful 
anil one of I be most graceful climbers 

servatory. T. P. 6 ft. 

Myrsiphyl linn A spa rajj-o i d cs. 

Pkt. 10c, oz. 60c. 

SOLANUM 

A highly ornamental and interesting 
genus of fruit-bearing plants; singularly 
grotesque in fruit aial foliage. 11. H. P. 

Oapsicastrum (Jerusalem Cherry). 
Covered with scarlet fruit durhig 
winter. Pkt. 5c. 

Ciliatum. The fruit resembles a 
plum, of a rich soft orange-scarlet. 
2 ft. Pkt. 10c. 

AVarscewiczioidcs. Al fains a height 
of 0 ft., and the leaves often measure 
Hi in. in length. Pkt. 10c 




SOniZANTHCS 



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61 



Flower Seeds 



STACHYS Lanat a. Used for edging 
beds and borders; flowers purple, 
lk fb. H.P. Pkt. 5c. 

STENACTIS Spcciosa. Purple star- 
shaped flowers ; excellent for cutting. 
2 ft. H. P. Pkt. 10c 

STEVIA. Greenhouse perennial, pro- 
ducing very graceful sprays of tiny 
flowers exceedingly valuable for cut- 
ting. 

Serrata. Pure white, very line. 2 ft. 
Pkt. 5c. 



STOCKS 



The Stock is one of the most popular, 
beautiful and important of our garden 
favorites ; and whether for bedding, mass- 
ing, edging, ribboning or pot culture, it 
is unsurpassed, either for brilliancy and 
diversity of color or profusion and dura- 
tion of bloom; fragrant. H.H. A. 1>± 1 1. 

Large-Flowering Bwaif Double 
German Ten- Weeks. 

Blood-Red, C a n a r y- Yel 1 o w, 
Crimson, Sky Blue, Pure 
AVhite. Each, pkt. 10c. 

Finest Mixed Large-Flowered. 

Pkt. 10c, ok. $±.00. 

Giant Perfection. Tall, handsome; 
Bpikes large, flowers rose-like. 
Pure White. H/il.o2it. Pkt. 25c. 
Finest Mixed. Pkt. 10c, oz. $4.00. 

Large-Flowering Dwarf Pyra- 
midal. Spikes 18 in. long; very 
handsome. Mixed colors. Pkt. 10c 

Dwarf Snowflake. Double snow- 
white flowers; very early; flue for 
forcing. Pkt. 25c. 

Wallflower-Leaved. Finest Mixed. 
Pkt. 10c. 

Finest Mixed Ten-Weeks. Pkt 

5c, oz. S2.00. 

IMPORTED COLLECTIONS 
Large-Flowering German Ten- 
Weeks. In twelve separate colors, 75c. 
Dwarf German Ten-Weeks, lu 

twelve separate colors. 75c. 
Dwarf Pyramidal. In six separate 
colors. 50c. 




STOCKS— Continued 

PERPETUAL-FLOWERING 
Cut-and-Couie-Again. Beautifully 
shaped, double flowers; a splen- 
did Stock for cutting and Toreing. 
Canary Yellow, Cri m s o n, 
Dark Blue, Light Blue, I 1 ink. 
Pure Wh ite and Mixed. Each, 
pkt. 15c. 

AVhite Dresden Perpetual. Tbo 

lluest perpetual blooming Stock. 
Flowers large, pure 
white, in line rosette 
shape. Pkt. 25c. 
Princess Alice, or 
Snow White. The in- 
dividual flowers are very 
large, perfectly double 
and of the purest white ; 
very fragrant, Pkt. 15c, 
y t oz. $2.00. 

INTERMEDIATE, or 
AUTUMN 
FLOWERING 

The intermediate Stocks 
are valuable on account of 
their flowering late in 
autumn ;also as pot plants 
for spring blooming. H. 
H. P. 1 ft. 

Scarlet, White and 
Mixed. Each, pkt. 10c. 

Collection of Six Dis- 
tinct Colors. 50c. 

WINTER STOCKS 

They may he treated in the same man- 
ner as the intermediate ; they last 
years if protected from the frost. Of 
branching habit. 

Beauty of Nice. Tins variety throws 
up a main flower spike about 12 
inches in length. All around the 
central stem the plant sends out a 
number of long side shoots covered 
with large double fragrant flowers 
nearly two inches across. Color 
fleshy pink. Pkt. 20o. 

Splendid Mixed. 2 ft. 

Pkt. 10c 



Emperor, or Perpetual. 

Brilliant varieties, lj-j ft. 
Pkt. 10c. 

Collection of Six Distinct 
Varieties. 50c. 

STOKESIA CA'ANEA (Corn- 
flower Aster). Handsome 
lavender-blue, corallower- 
liko blossoms; in bloom from 
.Tilly till frost. Very valuable 
for cutting. 2 ft. H. P. 
Pkt. 10c. 

STREPTOCARPUS Hy- 
ln idns. Charming green- 
house perennial of dwarr 
habit, with clusters or Aehi- 
menes-likc flowers borne on 
erect slender stems. ;;/, ft. 

Finest Mixed. I'kl, 50c. 




.3, TEN-WEEKS 



SAVEET PEAS. See Peas, Sweet. 

Page 56. 

SWEET SULTAN. (Centaurea Mos- 
chatiis), Verv effective hardy border 
plant. The flowers are highly prized 
for boucpiets. H. A. 1% ft. 

Bine. White. Each, pkt. 5c. 

Suaveolens. Beautiful yellow; line 
for forcing. Pkt. 5o. 

Finest Mixed. Pkt. 5c. 
REGAL SAVEET SULTANS. These 
are the lluest of all Sweet Sultans for 
cutting purposes ; the flowers are 
borne on long stems and when cut 
will stand for several davs in good 
condition. 

Mammoth, AVhite (Margarita), 
Ynllow (Chameleon), Odorata 
(Pink), Mixed, all colors. Each, 
pkt. Iflc. 

SWEET WILLIAM 

(Dianthus Barbatus) 

Exceedingly beautiful and showy. For 
richness and' variety of color they are un- 
surpassed; very fragrant, II, A. Iff. 
Auricula-flowered. A handsome 

variety, producing immense trusses 

Of bloom. Pkt. 5c. 
Scarlet, Pure White. Each, pkt, 5c. 
Fine Mixed, Single. All colors. 

Pkt. 5c, oz. 40c 
Imported Collection of Twelve 

Separate Sorts. 75c 
Double AVhite. Pkt, 10c 
Double Crimson. BcJ). i0o. 
Finest Mixed, Double. Beautiful 

colors. Pkt. 5c. 



Flower Seeds 



63 



WEEBER & DON 




T 1 : < > I ' 1 : 0 1 ; I ' M Ca n a r- 



hunly 

W i I; ll 



:ely 



1 lovely bright 
yellow fringed llowers, i 
10 tt. Pkt. Tic. 
J > < > I > I > i 1 1 1 1 1 in. See Tall 
Nasturtium, page 54. 

VINCA 

(Periwinkle, or Old Maid) 

Ornamental frce-blnnmiiitf 
plants. excellent forhedding. 



IV 1 KG I N I A N r STOCK. Charm iu R 
dwarfJree-flowcringplauKextreniely 
effective in small bods, baskets, or us 
edgings. H. A. Kit 
Finest i\lixcd. Bud and white. Pkt. 5c. 



the winte 
Rosea 
Pkt. 5 

Alii 



. White, 



H. fl. P. 

verypretty. 



hile 



A I ha Pura. 

Pkt. 5c. 
Finest Mixed, Pkt. 5. 
oz. $1.00. 



UGJUTA I'UMILA 

TAGF.TES. Aheantifviland delicate 
fern-leaved plant, forming a com- 
part liusli.cn vered Wil li hrighl yel- 
low blossoms, with a reddish- 
brown stripe through (he center 
ol'eaeh pelal. II. H. A. 1 ft. 
Signal a Pumila. Pkt. 5c. 
THISTLE, Giant Scotch. Large, 
broad-leaved variety; grows from 



(3 tc 



a ft 



Pkt. 10i 



i hanging btji 
•oily Powers i 
with dark eye 



THUNBERGIA 

(Black-Eyed Susan) 

Beautiful, ra ' ' 
climbers, thrivii 
soil, in warm si I 
and used cxten 
kets. vases, etc.: 
buff, white, oran. 

n. u, a. 

-Mala. Orange, rich brown eve. 
Pkt. 5e.. 

Alba. White, dark oyo. Pkt. 5c. 
A ti rant iaca. Bright orange, dark 

eve. Pkt.5e. 
Baltertj. Pure while. Pkt. 5c. 
I'inost Mixed, Pkt. Sc., oz. .We. 
TOMMASINIA Vei l icillnris. 

lwu plant, yellow ; 



1 t 



B. 



TOR KM A. 



AVI 



il plants. Sor 10 



villi r 




VENUS' LOOKING GLASS. Avery 
pretty, frec-Uowering little plant, 
which, by ils growth, is admirably 
adapted for beds, baskets, vanes, roek- 
woik, etc. H. A. 
Finest Mixed. J.arge-llowered. % H. 
Pkt, 5c:, oz. 25c. 

VKIUtASCCM piiinosnm. Pine 
di-c-orativc plant, ; vcllow. H. P. 5 It. 

Pkt. 100, 

MAMMOTH 

VERBENAS 

I'nrivaled in the splendor of ils daz- 
zling brilliancy, Hie Verbena is the most 
efl'eclivo bedding plant in cull ivntion. 
Verbenas raised from seed are more robust 
in growth and produce more (lowers than 
those propagated from cuttings. H. II. P. 
1 ft. 

Bright Scar*et, Pink, Puiple, 
White, Striped. Each, pkt. 10c. 

Choice Mixed. The individual 
Jlowers are of unusual size ; tho 
colors are varied and embrace all 
desirable markings. Pkt. 10e.,oz. 
S2.50. 

Hybrida, Extra Choice Mixed. 

Saved from asplendid collection of 
magnificent named varieties. Pkt. 
10c, oz. $2.00. 

Tom Thumb. Dwarf and compact, 

I 'caul i- 
Pkt. 10c. 
§1.00. 
Cltrio- 
-known 
eflvcul- 
ragrant 



i. Tkt. 5c, of 
nted (Aloysh 



1 I 



I UM Ci 



.Aspleu- 



H.P, 



\ < 1 1 1 ; i 

did perei 

shaped blue ilowors. H.: 
TBII'ULII M Suaveob 

mental clover, purple, t 
Pkt. 5c. 

T R I TO MA, or K n i phiiiia ( Red- Hut 
Poker Plant ). Magn i fluent hardy per- 
cunifil, bearing large spikes of' brill- 
itint llmvrrs. Unsurpassed for lawn 
or shrubbery groups, 
rvaria <! ni nd i llnra. Scarlet ami 
orange-yellow. 4 ft. Pkt. 15e. 



VINCX 110SEA 

VIOLET (Viola). 
Well-known plants, 
suitable for edgings, 
groups or mixed bor- 



liighly i 



It. A. 2 ft. Pkt. 10c. 

VERONICA. Pretty for borders; 
line colors, mixed. H. P. 2 ft. 
Pkt. 10c. 

A 1SCAUIA. Brilliant and effective 
plants, attractive in ribbons or 
mixed borders; colors very showy. 
H.A. lit. 
Large-Flowering Mixed. Pkt. 




%rt. 

Co rnnl a. Delicate 
blue. Pkt. 10c. 

Odorala Seniper- 
II ii re n k f Sweet- 
Scented Violet). Pkt, 
10,.. 



WEEBER & DON 



63 



Flower Seeds 



WAHLENBRRGIA, or l»l:,iv<o- 

don (Japanese Walloon (lower), fttag- 
nillcenl. hardy perennials of erect 
bushy growth anil bearing a profusion 
of large, bell-shaped (lowers, varying 
in color from pure while |o doon 
violet. 

G rand i flora. Deepblue, balloon-like 

flowers, 3 It. Plct. I0o. 
Alba. White. Net. lOe, 
Large Flowering. Mixed. Ptct.lOe. 

WALLFLOWER 

Wallflowers are highly prized for their 
delicious fragrance. In (lie spring they 
are indispensable for beds, groups and 
ribbons. The large, massive, conspicuous 
spikes of the double German varieties 
have a charming effect; whilo the more 
bushy, compact growth and profuse 
blooming of the single varieties render 
them oxeeodingly attractive. H. P. 2 ft. 
Single Annual, Flowers through- 
out summer and fall, from seed sown 
in February. Plct. lOo. 
Single L a r g e Flowering-. 

Blood Red. Plct, lOe. 
Golden Yellow. Pkt, lOe. 
Fine Mixed. Pkt. 5e„ oz. 40c. 
Double Large Flowering. 

Canary Tellow. Plct. 15c. 
Purple. Pkt. 15c. 
Finest Mixed. Plct. 10c. 
Imported Collection of Six Sep- 
arate Sorts. 60c. 

WHTTLiA VIA. A beautiful free-flower- 
ing plant with rich bell-shaped blos- 
soms, verv effective for bedding or 
mixed border. H. A. 1 ft. 
Grandiflora. Violet-blue. 1 ft. Pkt. 5c, 



XE It A NTH EMU M. Very 
showing and pretty everlast- 
ings, valuable to cut for sum- 
mer and winter bouquets. H. 
A. 2 ft. 

Alba, fl. pi. Double white. 
Pkt. 5c. 

Purpurea, fl. pi. Double 

purple. Plct. 5c. 
Finest Double Mixed. 

Plct. 5c. 

55EA (Striped Japanese Maize). A 
very graceful and attractive 
foliage plant unrivaled in the 
beauty of its variegation. Its 
broad stripes of 0,1 te r na t e win te 
and green present a matchless 
ell'ectin lawns and shrubberies. 
H. H. A, (5 ft. 



ZINNIA 

(Youth and Old Age) 

The Zinnia is one of the most bril- 
liant and showy of annuals, and has 
long been a general favorite. The 
seed can be sown early in the hotbed and 
transplanted, or sown later in the open 
ground. They flower early in the sum- 
mer, and if the flowers are kept out they 
keep on blooming until hard frost. 

DOUBLE VARIETIES 

oft shade. 

Carmine, Brilliant color. Pkt. 5c. 
Canary Tellow. Pkt. 5c. 
Dazzling Scarlet. Pkt. 5c. 
Flesh Pink. Pkt 5e. 





ZINNIA, DOUBLE — Continued 
Iiilac. Pki. 5c. 

Scarlet.. Intense shade, fett't. 5a. 
White. Pure. Pkt. 5c. 
Finest Double M ixed. Pkt. 5e., oz. 5Uc 
Collection of Six Distinct Colors. 

30c. 

Collection of Twelve Distinct 
Colors. 50c. 

Zebra Striped. A remarkably inter- 
esting class, growing 18 inches high, 
and producing large double flowers 
which are striped more or less with 
brilliant colors in a most fantastic 
manner. Pkt. 10c. 

Curled and Crested. A strain hav- 
ing large, double flowers, the pet ids 61 
which are curiously twisted and curled ; 
many colors mixed. Pkt. 10c. 

Haaseana Flore Pleno (Mexican 
Zinnia). A dwarr variety with small, 
double, orange-colored flowers. Pkt. 10c. 

Tom Thumb. This miniature class of 
Zinnias forms charmingly compact, 
round bushes of fi to 12 inches in height, 
and 8 to 15 iuches in diameter. The 
flowers are very double and comprise 
every shade of color. Pkt. 10c. 

WILD FLOWER 
SEEDS 

In this mixture will be round some of 
the choicest. Annuals imaginable For 
beautifying at. a minimum cost, nothing 
approaches Wild flower .Seeds for affect 
and cheapness. No care is ncees-nry. and 
with so many variotios a never ending 
variety ami succession of bloom is all'ord- 
od. The flower? are in evidence from 
early summer until frost, yielding a 
wealth of bloom and fragrance. For 
naturalizing purposes— for use by wood- 
land walks, etc., this is the best and cheap- 
est wav of attaining the effect desired. 
Splendid mixture of more than 100 varie- 
ties. Pkt. 5c, oz. lac. 



Summer-Flowering Bulbs and Roots 64 



WEEBER m DON 



Summer-Flowering Bulbs and Roots 



GLADIOLUS 



Augusta. Lov 




Ores. Pure v 




Fauna. Very 1 
and sutrused 


'with 1: 


blotch 




Madame Moi 


mere! 


.Marie Femoi 


no. Flo 


flushed salmoi 




violet and yell 




May. Purewh 


ite, lim 




)ike. . . . 


Oddity D( i i 


uia.i'ani 


Shakespeare. 

with carmine- 


Whit 



>e said of these dowers, which have been hybridized unt il the height of perfection has been attained. We 
i to W. & I). 'a Kxtra Selected, mixed, which is blended from the best varieties obtainable comprising 
:>rs and markings. 

CHOICE MIXED VARIETIES p<*. ibd 

W. &D.'s Kxt ra Selected. Mixed $0 75 S5 00 

Giant Childsi. Finest mixed 50 3 00 

Lemoi lie's Hybrid. Mixed 40 2 50 

GROFF'S NEW HYBRID SEEDLINGS 

Doz. 100 

Bed, scarlet and crimson shades $0 fiO $4 00 



CHOICE NAMED VARIETIES 

white, with blue anthers 



ily flaked bright rosy crini- 

h r. I suffused | u : j i I In::, 
e, very slightly suffused 
,rge rosy blotch ; extra flue 



Doz. 


100 


St 00 $7 50 


50 


3 00 




5 00 


50 


3 00 


60 


4 00 


50 


3 00 


60 


4 00 


1 00 


7 50 



shape i 



White, light and yellow 

Blue, lilac and heliotrope " 

Extra choice mixed 

Various Choice Colors. 

White and light mixed 

Pink shades 

Scarlet and red 

Orange and yellow , , 

Striped and variegated, mixed 

Kxtra Fine Mixed, all colors 



75 5 50 
1 00 7 50 
40 2 50 



50 3 00 

40 2 50 

25 2 00 

75 5 00 

50 3 00 

25 2 00 




DAHLIAS 



STRONG DORMANT ROOTS, 

Each Doz. 

Double Show and Fancy, named varieties ..$0 20 S2 00 



Cactus, named varieties. 

" Pompon, " " 

" Fine Mixed, all colors 

Single Twentieth Century varieties 

Choice, named varieties 

" Kxtra Fine Mixed, all colors 

Double Decorative Katherine Ducr. Strong, started 
plants". ...... 



2 00 

2 00 

1 50 

3 00 

2 50 
2 00 



CANNAS, DWARF FRENCH 

>ts ot the fo] 



Dormant 
Alphonso Bouv 
Charles Hemic 
Vanghan, J. D. 1 
Crozy, Madame 
Kinley. Each 20c. 



wing named varieties: Admiral Dewey, 
icr, Alsace, Antoine Cro/.y, Buttercup, 
i-son, Duke ol' Marlborough, Florence 
lisele, Jean Tissot, .Tohn Laing, Madame 
Mesmer, Queen Charlotte, President Me- 
dia $2.00. 

Each Doz. 

Ornamental Foaved, varieties ' $0 20 S2 00 

Finest Mixed Varieties, all colors 15 150 



CALADIUM ESCULENTUM 



Dormant Tubers 



FANCY-LEAVED CALADIUMS 

EftCli Doz. 

Dormant Tubers, of all the best named sorts. .SO 35 3 50 
" " Brazilian Varieties CO 6 00 

BEGONIAS, Tuberous-Rooted 

Stag* 



ELEPHANT'S EAR 

- Each Doz. 

Extra large §0 20 $2 00 

First Size 15 1 50 

Second Size 10 1 00 



LILIES 

Extra Large Bulbs, for Spring Planting. 



Each D07.. 

, white, yellow, scarlet, rose $0 15 1 50 

Kxtra, Pine Mixed, all colors 10 1 00 

Double, white, \vll..\\\ scarlet, rose 21) 2 00 

Kxtra Fine Mixed, all colors 15 150 

GFOXINIAS. Separate colors 15 150 

,, Large flowering, mixed 10 1 00 

MADEIRA VINE, Tubers, Extra large if) 1 00 

Doz. 100 

MOXTIIRKTIAS. Named varieties 50 3 00 

TIGRID1A, Tiger Flower, Named varieties... 50 3 00 



Auratum, The Golde 
Kpeeiosum Album, 
Rosen 111 

" Rub run 

Tigrinum, Tiger L 
Lougillorum, Man. 

" First 



, Wliite 
ly,' Or;' 



Each Doz. 

. .$0 20 $2 00 

. . 20 2 00 

, . 15 1 50 

,. 15 1 50 

10 1 00 

.. 20 2 00 

15 1 50 



TUBEROSES 

Doz. 100 

Albino, Early, single white, first size SO 50 $3 00 

Pearl, Double, DwaiT 25 2 00 



WEEBER y DON 



65 



Roses and Chrysanthemums 



ROSES 

Hybrid Tea Roses 

The following varieties are specially adapted for greenhouse culture. 
American Beauty. Rich, rosy crimson, very fragrant, 
Bride. White, tinged blush, a Hue flower. 
Bridesmaid. A beautiful bright pink, very popular variety. 
Golden Gate. Creamy white, tinged with golden yellow and white 
Kaiserin Augusta Victoria. Pure white, long and point 



Rich velvety crimson, a remarkable ke.e.pe] 



flower. 
Liberty. 

Mrs. Pierpont Morgan. A bright cerise 
Mrs. Robert Garrett. Large shell-pink flou 
Marie Van Houtte. Creamy white, outlined 
President. Carnot. Outer petals white, eentc 
Souvenir de AVootton. Crimson-scarlet, , 
Sunrise. Very large scarlet and vellow flowei 
thick. 

First size: Each 00c, down S5.00, per 100 $25.00. 



3se pink, 
s, Stiff stems, 
ith a bright rose, 
delicate flesh pink, 
y fragrant, 
foliage glossy and 



Hardy Hybrid Perpetual Roses 



Strong dormant plants from the. open 
budded. 

Alfred Colomb. Cherry red. 
Anna de Diesbach. Carmine 
Baronne de Const et ten. K 
Beauty of Waltham. Rosy 
Captain Christy. Rose. 
Clio. Delicate flesh. 
Charles Margottin. Red. 
Countess of Oxford. Ca 
Duke of Edinburgh. Vi 
Duke of 'Peck. Vivid scarlet. 
Earl of Dufferiii. Velvety crimson. 
Fisher Holmes. Deep crimson. 
General Jacqueminot. Searlof- 

crimson. 
John Hopper. Silvery rr,fi ''- 
Jules Margottin. Bright red. 
Louis Van Houtte. Maroon. 
Iia France. Delicate rose. 
Magna Charta. Bright pink. 
Mabel Morrison. White tinged pink. 
Marshall P. Wilder. Cherry-rose. 
Mcrvcillc de Lyon. Ture. while. 
Mrs. J. H. Lai n g. Soft pink. 
Paul Neyrou. Deep rose. 
Persian' Yellow. Golden yellow. 
Prince Camille de Rohan. Bright 
red. 

Souv. de "Wootton. Crimson. 



iilion. 




ground. Two years old, low 

PI rich Brunner. Cherry- 
Crimson. 

White Baroness. Pure white. 
AVm. A. Richardson. Orange. 
Yellow Sou pert. Orange-yellow. 
First size: Each 50c, dozen S5.00, per 
100 $25.00. 

Moss Roses 

Blanche Moreau. Pure white ; dow- 
ers in clusters. 

Crimson Globe. Dark carmine-red. 

Red Moss. Fine red, large bud. 

AVhite Perpetual. While flowers 
in clusters. 

Strong dormant plants, each 50c, per 
dozen $5.00. 

Rosa Wichuraiana 
and Hybrids 

Rosa Wichuraiana. White flow- 
ers, foliage dark green. 
Double Pink Memorial. Clear 
bright pink. 
Double AVhite Memorial. 

Pure white and very fragrant. 
Rosa Rugosa. Fine for shrub- 
bery and beds. 
Strong plants, each 50c, per dozen 
$5.00. 




HOSE, BHIDESMAID 

Climbing Roses 

Baltimore Belle. Bale blush, vttr- 

iegated carmine. 
Climbing I;a France. Silvery pink. 

Crimson Rambler. Pure crimson, 

vigorous grower. 
Dorothy Perkins. Shell-pink ; (Ibyf- 

ers in clusters. 

M adame Hardy. Fine double white. 

A very profiise 



Prairie Queen. Bright pink; blooms 
in clusters. 

The Lady Banks, or Banks! an. 

Pino climbing variety. 

AVhite Rambler. Strong grower. 

Yellow Rambler, Very hardy ; flow- 
ers in trusses. 

Strong Plants. 50e. to 51.00 each. 



CHRYSANTHEMUMS 



New and Choice A r ariet 

Win. Duokham. Price, ei 
Finest Exhibit! 

Frank Hardy, C 



AVer 
Maud 3 
eft, Orizaba. I 
Morel, While 
dozen $1.50. 



CS. Ben Wells, ] 
jh 50c, per dozen 
Varieties. Col. D. Apr 
go W. Child's, Glory of the 



Mil 



, Mr 



He 



■ Ro 



Yanariva, Yellow Qu 



guehnrd, S. T. Wright, 

Eugene Pnillodouze, 
e, Cold Mine, Golden 
lUmnalTuu. Miry Hill, 
itil Friend, v "":.^ !'• 'I;- 

Ihv Eaton. Yiviand- 

Price. eaeli 10c. per 



CniiVSAXTIlKMIUia 



Standard Variet ies of all the leading sorts. Price, each 10c, per do*, 81.00. 
Pompon and Hardy Named Varieties: Price, each I V.. per doss. SI ,50, 
Tn addition to the above list wecan supplymany other varieties at advertised 
prices. 



Bedding and Carnation Plants 



G6 



WEEBER & DON 



BEDDING PLANTS, CARNATIONS, &c. 

The following arc all well-known varieties of the leading plants that are used for " carpet beddii 
line " planting or general bedding. Parties desiring large quantities will do well to write us, and we 



Agerat um, Blue or White 

Alternanthcra, Dwarf Scarlet. . 

Yellow.. 

Asters, Double White 

Begonia. Hex. For shade 

Caladium Esonlentum 

Calendula 

CAXXAS, from 4-inch pots 

Alphonse Bouvier, Crimson., 

Alsace, Creamy White 

Austria, Canary Yellow 

Burbaiik, Yellow, Crimson spol 
Black Beamy, Dark f< 
Chas. Henderson, Cri: 
Egandale, Dark leaves. 
Florence Vaughan, 



Doz. 
$1 00 
1 00 
1 00 

40 
40 



168 00 
G 00 
G 00 



liage.. 



ed Cr 



Italia, 
Madai 



rlet, 



ozy, Crimsc 

bordered with golden Yellow 

Paul Marquaut, peculiar shade 

pf Salmon 

Philadelphia, Bright Crimson 

Queen Charlotte, Orange-scarlet. 

Mixed French Varieties 

Cenlaurea Candidissima 

Gymnocarpa 

Cockscomb, Dwarf, various colors.. . 



Cohfea Scandens 

Lophospcrmuni Scandens 

Maurandya. Sorts 

Moonfiower 

In additio 



$025 


2 50 


18 00 


20 


2 00 


15 00 




1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


10 


1 00 


7 00 


10 




ti 00 


10 


1 00 


0 00 


CLIMBINC 


Each 


Doz. 


100 


SO 25 


$2 00 


$15 00 


25 


2 00 


15 00 


10 


1 00 


8 00 


20 


2 00 


15 00 



Coleus. Sorts 

Daisy, English; sorts 

Bianthus, Hardy Pinks 

Forget-Me-Xot, Blue 

Fuchsias, Named sorts 

Geranium, Double; sorts 

Single ; sorts 

■"' Variegated . 

" Ivy-leaved ; sorts 

Heliotrope. Sorts 

Hollyhock. Finest sorts 

Lantauas 

Lobelias. Sorts 

Lemon Verbena 

Marguerite, Golden. Paris Daisy. 

Marigolds, Dwarf and Tall 

X T astu rti um , Dwarf 

Pansios, Large Fancy ; mixed ..... 

Petunia, Double; sorts 

" Single ; sorts . , 

Phlox, Annual; mixed 

Fyrethrum, Golden Feather 

Ricinus (Castor Oil Plants) 

Salvia, Bonfire, Scarlet 

Stocks, Double 

Sweet William, Mixed 

Verbenas. Finest mixed 

Viricas, Rosea; sorts 

Zinnias. Sorts 



G-erman Ivy . 



Nasturtium, Tal 
Senecio Scande 
Thiinbergia. Sc 

Vinca. Trailing sorts 

to the above list, many other varieties can be furnished. 



Christmas Kve. Modi 
Daybreak. A delicate S 
Enchantress. Very pi. 
Ethel Crocker. Fine t 
Flamingo. The Unest I 
Flora Hill. One of tin 
Gen. Maceo. Deep bri 
Gold Nugget. Clear d. 
G. H. Crane. Clear t 
bloomer. 



CARNATIONS, New and Choice Varieties 

briHiant warlet. Governor Roo 

■ hade of flesh pink. 



est-flo 



Melba. Pure clear rose pink ; , 
Mrs. Geo. M. Brail l. White, 
red. 



Strung plants of Ihe above varieti. 



Mis. Thus. W. Law 
Prosperity. Pure white., ovcrl 
Queen Louise. Very free-(b,\ 
The President. A line, orimsi 
Each 25 cts., doz., §2.50, loo, SI 



Pirn 







ribbon 


1 make special prices. 


Each 


Doz. 


ion 


$0 15 


SO 90 


$6 00 


05 


50 


4 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


15 


1 25 


10 I'D 


So? 


1 50 


10(0 


15 


1 5(1 


10 00 


15 


1 50 


10.0 




1 50 


io CO 


: ib« 


1 00 


8 00 


20 


2 00 


15 00 


10 


1 00 


8 00 


10 


1 00 


8 00 


20 


2 00 


15 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


10 


1 00 


6 00 


10 


1 00 


G 00 


10 


1 00 


6 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


10 


1 25 


8 00 




60 


4 00 


10 


1 00 


G 00 


20 


2 00 


15 00 


15 


1 25 


8 00 


11) 


1 00 


8 00 


15 


1 50 


10 00 


11) 


1 00 


6 00 


15 


1 25 


9 00 


00 


GO 


4 00 


Each 


Doz 




$0 10 


SI 00 


SG °00 


15 


1 00 


8 00 


10 


1 00 


7 00 


35 


3 00 


20 00 


ant sea 


rlet, 


shaded 



i bright 



anions new rose pink, 
with [link mottles, 
ing, pure while. 



Varieties not in the above list can be Supplied at advert 



JAPANESE FERN BALLS 

••hese interesting ,,1,-mts can easily bo grown in the no 
> need a reel for t wo otoliths, during ^vnie^tfni i%iaty 



VIOLET PLANTS 

Wk^jte liOliise. Rich purple, flowers fragrant, large and 

,> hr'-t' < i 1°'" XVa t ' ,,S ' T * S beSt 8ins ' e vtu ' iet >' producing 
Strong, Mil-grown clumps in fall. F.ach 20 els., doz. S2.00, 



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Fruit Trees, Etc. 



FRUIT TREES, SHRUBS, Etc. 

Varieties not in the following list can be supplied at advertised prices. 



APPLES 

Auiumn Varieties 

Alexander, 
Fall Pippin, 



Baldwin 
Ben Da-s 
li. I. Gre 



PEARS 

Summer Varieties Autumn Varieties Winter Varieties 

Bartlett, Duchesse d'Angouleme, Buerre Clairgeau, 

Qlapp's Favorite, Flemish Beauty, Buerre d'AnjOu, 

Lawson, Kieffer, Buerre Easter, 

Osband's Summer, Seckel, Lawrence, 
Wilder, Sheldon, President Drouard, 

Word en Seckel. Vermont Beauty. Winter Nelis. 

Price, fruiting trees, 7 to 8 ft., each 75c., per doz. S7.50. 



PEACHES 

Crawford's Early, Keyport White, Reeve's Favorite, 
Crawford's Late, Lovett's White, Triumph, 
Elberta. Mountain Hose. Wonderful. 

Price, extra fine trees, 6 to 7 ft., each 50c, per doz. S5.00. 

PLUMS 

Abundance, German Prune, Bed June, 

Bradshaw, Hale, Shipper's Pride, 

Burbank. Imperial Gage. Yellow Egg. 

Price, strong fruiting trees, (i to 7 ft., each 75c, per doz. 
$7.50. 



Black Eagle, 
Black Tartar 
Coe's Transparent. 



CHERRIES 

English Morello, 
Ciov. Wood, 
Late Duke, 



Napoleon Bigarreau, 
Kockport, 
Yellow Spanish. 



Price, strong trees, 5 to (1 ft., each 75c, per doz. $7.50. 



HARDY VINES 

AMPELOPSIS VEITCHII (Boston Ivy) 



Each Doz. 

First size, 3 to 4 ft $0 30 $2 50 

Second size, 2 to 2% ft 20 2 00 

Third size, 12 to 15 in 15 1 25 

ARISTOLOCHIA 

Sipho (Dutchman's Pipe) 50 5 00 

CLEMATIS 

Duchess of Edinburgh 50 5 00 

Flammula 35 3 50 

Hcnryi, white 50 5 00 



AND CREEPERS 



Each Dnz. 

.Tack in aim i, purple SO 50 $5 00 

Kermisina, brilliant red 50 5 00 

Paniculata 25 2 50 

HONEYSUCKLE (Lonicera) 

Bclgica (Monthly Fragrant) 40 4 00 

Chinese Twining 35 3 50 

HaJloana (Hall's Japan Honevsnckle) 25 2 50 

Scarlet Trumpet Honeysuckle 30 3 00 

Sempcrflorens (English Honeysuckle) 30 3 00 

WISTARIA 

Chinese, pale blue 75 7 50 

Chinese, white 75 7 50 

Magnilica, pale lilac 75 7 50 



FLOWERING SHRUBS 



Almond, Double Bed and White, 2 ft 

Azalea, Mollis 

Hydrangea, Paniculata Grandifloi 

Lilacs, several sorts 

II, Vibur 



Spiraea, 
Weigela 



irted 

Variegata 



Each 

35e. to 50c 

. $1 00 to $1 50 

25c to 50c 

. . . .25c. to 35c 
50c to 75c 



As; 



EVERGREEN TREES 



Arbor Vita?. 
Fir, Nobilis.. 
Fir, Siberian. 
Hemlocks . . 



Specimen Plants 

Each 

SO 75 Pine, Austriar 



Each 
.$0 75 



1 ! 



HEDGE PLANTS 



12 to 18 in. . 
18 in. to 2 ft. 

2 to 3 ft 

Evergreen 



California Privet 

Per inn 

2 to 3 ft., heavy S6 00 

3 to 3% ft 8 00 

4 to 5 ft., extra heavy . .15 Oil 

doz., 2 SO 



Per 100 

. . $3 00 
. . 4 00 



ORNAMENTAL SHADE 
TREES 

Each 



! 1 50 
. 1 00 

. 2 00 



Elm. Engtisl 
Maple, Norvi 



HARDY HERBACEOUS PLANTS 



We can supply strong plants of any of the following in variety at advertisod pric 

Achillea, Alvssum, Aquilegia, Aster, Campanula, Candytuft, Cent ait rea, Ohrysanthe 
Delphinium. Diaiithits, Digitalis, Gaillardia, Hoi ian I litis, Hibiscus, I 
P;oonies, Pyrethrum, Rudbeckia, Solium, Spiraea, Phlox. 



n, Coreopsis, 



Small Fruits and Vines 



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BLACKBERRIES 

Aga wa in . Med i u tn size, jet black, very 

hardy and productive. 
Blowers. A now variety, large, glossy 

black, ripens early. 
Eldorado. Largo, coal black, sweet 

uud without core. Fine, market variety. 
Erie. Very largo, round, of duo quality 

when ripe. Vigorous aud productive. 
Iceberg-. A snowy white Blackberry; 

earlv, 'sweet and tender. Not very 

hardy. 

Lawton. Medium to large, of good 

flavor and quality. 
Stone's Hardy. Medium sizo, ripens 

early, very productive and hardy. 
Taylor. Very hardy; the long fruit is 

borne in clusters of excellent QfoflJUty. 
Wilson. Large, very early, sweet and 

delicious. A strong grower. 
Strong plants. Doz. 51.00, 100 sn.oo. 
Ralhbun. Very large, jet black. Forms 

compact busll, 4 to 5 It. high. Doz. 

$1.00, 100 ifG.OO. 

GOOSEBERRIES 

Columbus. A strong grower, fruit 
large, greenish-yellow. 

Crown Itob. Large, oval, red fruit; 
flue quality. 

Downing 1 . Very productive, large, 
pale green fruit. 

Houghton. An old reliable variety, 
fruit pale red. 

Industry. An excellent English vari- 
ety. Berries large, dark red. 

Smith's Improved. Fruit greenish- 
yellow, flue for table use. 

Lancashire Lad. Smooth, bright iwl 
fruit. Very productive. 

Triumph. Hardy and good grower, fruit 
golden yellow. 

Two-ygar-old bushes. Doz. $3.50, 100 
S25.00. 

DEWBERRIES, Etc. 

Lncretia. A low -growing, trailing 
Blackberry. Fruit large, sweet and no 
hard core. The plant is hardy anil very 
productive. Earlier than the Upright 
varieties. Strong plants. Doz. 75c, 
100 $1.00. 

Ijogan Berry. A decided novelty, 
being a hybrid between a Blackberry 
and a Raspberry. Fruit as large as the 
Blapfcborry ant] of same shape, color 
dark red. Strong plants, doz. S3. 50, 
100 $25.00. 

RASPBERRIES 

Cutlibcrt. IVep, rich crimson. Medi- 
um to la te. 

Columbian. Very large purple, a good 
market, berry and' one of the best for 
canning. 

Golden Queen. Large, golden yellow, 

Gregg. Black, ripens late, firm and 
good quality. 

Loudon. Dark crimson. The best mid- 
season variety. 

Marlboro. A line early crimson vari- 
ety. 

Miller. Largo, round, bright red ber- 
ries; early anil very productive. 

ShafVer. A fine purple canning variety, 
also good for table use. 
Strong canes. Doz. 75c, 100 S5.00 



GRAPE VINES 

For Graperies and Forcing 

Black Alicante. Medium size bunch- 
es, berries very largo. 

Black Hani burg. The most useful 
and popular black variety. 

Gros Col man. Berries and bunches 
of enormous size. 

Lady Downe's Seedling The "best 
late grape, excellent keeper, very sweet 
flesh. 




Muscat of Alexandria. A One white 
sort. Flosh rich and firm, requires heat 
to ripeu. 

Poster's "White Seedling. A line 
Grape, flavor excellent and a strong 
grower. 

Golden Hamburg. A beautiful gold- 
en variety, berries oval and large size. 
Strong one-year-old canes, each $J.50. 
doz. $15.00. 

Strong two-vear-old canes, each §3.50, 
doz. S35.00. 
Strong imported canes, each $5.00. 

Grapes for Outdoor Planting 

Agawam. Maroon, bunches and berries 
large. 

Brighton. The best red grape; early. 

Concord. Black, I lie best grape for 

general cultivation. 
Delaware, licit, cgfnpact bunch, berries 
small. 

Duchess. Greenish white, splendid 
quality. 

Empire State. White, very largeoval- 

shaped berry. 
Niagara. Very st rong grower and good 
quality. 

Moore's Early. Black, very early. 
Lady. Light yellow, early, large ber- 
ries. 

Wilder. Dark purple, juiey, rich and 

sweet. 

AVorden. Black, very juicy, large size, 
early. 

Strang two-year-old eaues, each 35c 
doz. $3.50. 



CURRANTS 

Black Champion. Bush, vigorous 

and productive; a desirable variety for 

general culture. 
Black Naples. Fruit varies from 

small to large, pulp acid, with strong 

flavor; line for jellies. 
Cherry. Bed, fruit large; color line 

bright red, juicy and line flavored. 
London lied. Vigorous, upright bush, 

fruit large, dark red with acid flavor; 

very productive. 
Perfection. Hardy and very produc- 
tive, berries large, bright red, plcufy oT 

pulp with lew seeds. 
Prince of Wales. Black fruit, mild 

flavored and nearly sweet when fully 

ripe. 

Wilder. Berries very large, bright red, 

ripens early; one of the best for table 

and market. 
White Grape. Mild flavored, large 

berries of gund quality, a good table 

variety. 

White Imperial. Large '-lusters of 

berries; the best White Currant. 
Strong two-year-old plants, doz. $1.50, 
100 S8.00. 

STRAWBERRIES 

Heder Wood. One of the best earlv 
berries. I'ruit large, excellent quality. 
Brandy wine. Berries ure largo and of 

Bttbaeti. Large.'early, hritrtit scarlet. 
Excelsior. This is the aaritesj sort on 

the market. 
Gaudy. One of the best hue strawber- 
ries: the berries are largo and of good 
q uality. 



Gladstone. Large as Sharplcss, better 
quality, a strong and vigorous grower. 




STRAWBKKUV 



New York. Very large, ripeniug mid- 
season. Dark sea riot :qnaliiv lirst-class. 

Nick Ohmcr. Fruit of the'largest size, 
dark glossy red, firm and of excellent 
quality. 

Saint .Joseph. A perpetual large- frui led 
Strawberry. The fruit is of good size, 
dark red in color and Of line flavor and 
qualify. 

Sharplcss. A gin nil variety : flesh solid, 
sweet, rich and juicy, antlof a luscious 
flavor. 

Strong layer plants. Doz. 35c, 100 $2.00. 



WEEBER y DON 



Horticultural Tools and Requisites 



HORTICULTURAL TOOLS and REQUISITES 




SIEBERT'. 



Each 

Asparagus Buncher $3 00 

Atomizer, Liquid. For applying strong liquid in- 
secticide. Price, small $2.00, large 2 50 

Axes, Felling. With handle SI 75 to 2 50 

Baskets, Hanging AVire. Painted. 8 in. 30c, 10 in. 

35c, 12 in. 40c, 15 in. 50c, 18 in. 75e., 20 in 1 00 

Baskets, Rustic Hanging. 8 in. $1.00, 10 in. $1.25, 

12 in. $1.50, 14 in 1 75 

Baskets, Orchid. Made of cherry wood. 6 in , each 

35c, doz. S3.75; 8 in., each 45c, doz. $4.75; 10 in., 

each 55c, doz. $6.00 ; 12 in., each 05c, doz $7 00 

Bellows, Improved. Small size $1.25, medium size 

$1.50, large size 1 75 

Bellows, Woodason's Powder. Single cone $1.50, 

large single cone with spreader $2.50, large double 

eone 3 60 

Bill Hooks. Light $1.25, heavy 1 50 

Brands for Burning. From $5.00 to 10 00 

Boots, Horse Lawn. Made of heavy leather. Price, 

set of four . , , 9 00 

Boxes, Folding. For cut flowers. These boxes are 

made of strong cardboard. 

Deep "Wide Long Per doz. Per 100 

Size 31/, in. 5 in. 19 in. 75c $5 00 

Size 4 in. 9 in. 22 in 90c 7 00 

Size ...4 in. 7% in. 23in. $1 00 8 00 

Size 5 in. 8 in. 30 in. 1 50 10 00 

Size.... 6 in. 8 in. 30 in. 2 00 18 00 

Brush, Aphis. For cleaning plants 75 

Brushes or Flower Pot Scrubbers. Made of coir 

fibre. Per doz. $1.50 15 

Brushes, Flower Pot, Cone Shaped. Made of 

bristle, wood handle , 75 

Cotton Batting. For packing, large sheets, doz. 50c. 

Crow Bars. Steel, all sizes, per lb 8c 

Dibbers. Medium or large 40 

Forks, Pigging. Pest make, 4 prongs SI. 25, 5 prongs 1 50 
Forks, manure. Best cast steel, 4 prongs $1.00, 5 

prongs.. 1 25 

Porks, Weeding. English G0c, with short handles. . 50 
Fruit Picker, The Perfect. Made of galvanized 

steel wire. Price without pole 40 

Fumigator, For X. L. All Liquid Insecticide. 

Lamp and stand complete 1 50 

" For Nicoticide. Lamp and stand com- 
plete 75 



imigator. The Eureka. For fn 

houses, conservatories, etc. 



ligating given- 



No. 1. Height 12 in., holds y peck of stems. . 

*f % " 16 " 1 

3. " 20 " %bush. of stems . 



4. 



24 



Each 
.$1 75 
. 2 25 
. 2 75 
. 3 50 



imigator, The Perfect 

be filled with tob'a 
and mixed with the dry 
and less injurious. 
1. 1. Holds 1 peck of stem 



■ate 



The inside tank should 
.vhicli produces a. vapor 
e makes it more dense 



3. 



V„ bush, of stems 4 00 

% " 5 00 

Glass for Glazing Sash. — Market price. 

Glass Cutters. Yery useful 15 

Glazing Points, Van Reyper's. Made of steel 

wire and galvanized. Per box 1000 75 

Pincers for applying same 50 

Glazing Points, Siebert's. Made of zinc and will not 
rust. Two sizes, % and % inches long. Per lb. .50c. 
Gloves, Gardeners'. Oxford tan. Per pair. . . SI 25 
" " Dogskin, buttoned "... 1 50 

Grafting AVax. For grafting, cuts and bruises on 

trees. Per pkg 10c, 20c and 30c 

Grindstones, Mounted. Price, No. 1, 100 to 110 lbs., 

$5.00 ; No. 2, 70 to 80 lbs., $4.50 ; No. 3, 40 to 50 lbs. . . 4 00 



Hoes. Draw. With handles, 
35c, 6 in. 40c, 7 in. 45c, 8 ii 

Hoes, Scuttle or Dutch. Hal 
6 in. 60c, 7 in. G5c, 8 in. 
■12.1n , 

Hoes, AVarren. Medium 650 

Hooks, Grass. English. 3 si; 



:ast steel polished, £ 



50 



60c, 75c and 1 00 



Hose, Ruhhci 



In 



id 50rt. lengths. Best Quality, 

.8c; lin 20c 

V iu. 12c; 1 in 15c. 

X.„, j ,.,.....,...20c. 



Hose Menders, Simplex. % 
" " Cooper's. % 

Hudson's. : 

bands and pliers. Price per 
Hose Nozzles. Brass, with s| 

" " Boston 

" " Boss 



1 50 

3 50 

3 00 

1., per doz SI. 00 10 

1., per doz S1.00 10 

x of V, doz. tubes, 20 

,x...... 75 

<S„ 1 in... 1 00 



ay tip, 



Horticultural Tools and Requisites 



70 



WEEBER & DON 




HP 1 

MODEL MOLE TKAP 



HORTICULTURAL TOOLS AND REQUISITES-Continued 



Each 

Hose Nozzles, Bordeaux- $0 75 

Mistry. Large, $2.00 ; small 100 

" " Vermorel 75 

Hose Bands. Made of brass wire. Per doz 15c. 

" Pliers, for the above 25 

Bands. Bolt pattern, screws on. Per doz 60c. 

" Couplings. Common 25 

" Connections. Siamese 75 

Ink, Y oat's Indelible. For zinc labels. Per bottle.. . 25 

Knives, Budding, Savnor. No. 1, $1.50; 2, $1.50; 
3, $1.80; 4, $1.50; 5, $1.35; 6, $1.50; 2 blades, brass 
liuish 2 50 

Knives, Pruning. Saynor. No. 7, SI. 40; 8, $1.25; 9, 

SI. 50; 10, $1.40; 11, $1.40; 12, $2.00 ; 13, $1.50 ; 14. . . . 1 50 

Knives, Asparagus, English. Very useful 1 50 

" " American. Solid steel 35 

" Corn. Forged steel 35 

English Edging. Handles 15c. extra, 8 in., 
S1.25; 9 in., S1.50; 10 in 175 

Labels, Wooden, Pot and Garden. 



Per 100 

4 in., plain. .$0 10 

5 ..15 

6 ..20 

8 .. 50 

12 " .. 60 



1000 
$0 CO 



Per 100 1000 
, painted.. $0 15 $0 75 

" . . 20 1 00 

1 35 



60 



i 00 



5 00 12 « . . 70 6 00 

Labels, Notched Tree. Per 100, 10c. ; per 1000 . .75c. 
" Copper Wired. Per 100, 30c. ; " $2 00 
Ziuc Garden. Per 100, No. 1, $2.00 ; 2, $1.75 ; 
5, $1.75; 6, $1.50; 7, $1.25; 13. $1 .50 : 11, SI 00 ; 

15, SI. 25; 21 $1 75 

Zinc Garden. Anchored. These labels are 
riveted on galvanized wire stakes, 18 in. long, 

with anchor. Per doz $2 00 

" Celluloid. With copper wire. Per 100, 
% in. wide, 2'; in. long, $2.75: 1 in. wide, 
2% in. long, $3.00; 1 in. wide, 4 in. long, $3 50 
Indelible Ink for above. Per bottle 



Iron Rods, or Stakes. 

labels. Per 100 



n. long, for above zinc 

S3 50 

Lines. Braided Garden . The best line made. 75 ft 

50c. ; 100 ft., 75o. ; 150 ft., $1.00 ; 200 ft $1 50 

Mastica, For glazing greenhouses. One gallon will 
••over abon f 300 running feet (onesido). Per 

gallon $1 40 

" Glazing M«t/,||jne 1 



Each 

Mats, Frost-Proof, Burlap. These mats are 76 x 76 
in. square, and made of strong burlap cloth, filled 

With wool. Each $1.25; per doz $14 00 

" Waterproof Duck. Filled same as above, 
with waterproof duck cotton cloth on one side. 

Size 76 x 7G in. Each $2.00 ; per doz $22 00 

" Straw. For covering sashes, etc. 6x6 ft $1 75 

Mattocks and Picks, with handles 1 25 

Mole Traps, New Model 1 50 

" " The Reddick 85 

" " English 35 

Netting- Dark Tanned. For protecting small fruit 
trees and strawberry beds rrom birds, etc. .1 ill. 
mesh, 2 yards wide, 1(10 yards long. Per Piece, 7 00 
Hemp. 1 in. mesh, 3 yards wide, 50 ft. 

long : ...Per Piece, 9 00 

Oil, Lubricating. For lawn mowers, etc. Per qt. 

25c., % gal. 40c, 1 gal. 75c. 

" Cans. No. 0, small, 15c. ; 2, medium, 20c. ; 4, large, 

Paper, Cream Manila. 24x 36. Per lb 7c. 

" Tissue. Per ream (480 sheets) $2 00 

AVaxed Tissue. Per ream (480 sheets) 24 
x 36 in 4 00 



25 



" Coarse, for parcel! in 
Pencils, Indelible. Black, 1 
Plant Sprinklers, Rubbe 



■ lb.. 



; on labels. 



15 

Large size 1 00 

" Angle neck 1 00 

Small 55 

Broad flat prongs. 4-prong 60c, 



Potato Hooks. 

5-prong 

Powder Gun, Leggett's Champion 7 50 

" Distributers, Rubber. For applying 

powders to plants 1 25 

Protecting Cloth. 

Valuable for protecting early plants from frost. 
Pieces contain from 40 to 00 yds. 

Heavy Grade, per yd. 16c, by piece, per yd 15e. 

Medium Grade, per yd. 12c, by piece " ... ,10c 

Light Grade, per yd. 9c, by piece " 7c. 

Pruner, Eagle Tree. Cuts easier than any other. 

2 ft. handle $1.25, 3 ft. handle 1 50 

" Waters' Tree. 0 ft, 90c, 8 ft. S1.00, 10 ft. 

$1.15, 12 ft i 25 

Extra blades 20 

'■' Little Giant Hook and Saw Combined. 

Attaches to pole of any length 2 00 

Putty, Twcmlow's Old English. Onega!, cans. 125 
Bulb, Rubber. Excellent for glazing 1 00 




HORTICULTURAL TOOLS AND REQUISITES— Continued 



Eaeh 

Raffia. The best material lor tying plants. Per lb. 25c 

" All colors dyed " 75o. 

Rakes, Reversible Galvanized $0 75 

Steel Garden. 8 teeth i0o„ 10 teeth 45c, 
12 teeth 55e., 14 teeth 65c., 16 teeth 75o., 

18 teeth 85 

Steel, Short. Tooth. 12 teeth 55c, 14 teeth 

05o., 16 teeth 75 

Wooden Hay. 3 bow, 12 teeth 40 

Wooden Tjawn. 22 teeth 45 

Reels, Garden. Small 75c, medium 85c, large 1 00 

Rifles, Emory. For sharpening. Small 15c, large. .. . 25 

Rollers, Iron Garden and Lawn. Weights attached to 
the central shaft. 

No. section. Diameter. Width of Section. Lbs. 

1 2 15 in. 15 in. 150 . 8 50 

3 2 16 " 20 " 225 12 50 

4 2 20 " 20 '• 250 13 50 
6 3 20 " 24 " 300 15 50 
8 3 20 " 30 " 350 17 50 
0 2 24 " 20 " 400 20 50 

11 3 24 " 24 " 450 23 00 

14 3 28 » 24 " 500 20 00 

15 8 28 " 80 " 600 30 00 

Sash, Hotbed, Extra Strong, Unbiassed. Size 
8x6 ft., using 6x8 in. glass, eaeh SI. 10, per 

dozen $12 00 

Hotbed, Glazed ( Packing extra). 6x8 glass, 

eaeh $3.50, per dozen $10 00 

Hotbed Frames. For 2 sash 7 50 

" 3 " 0 00 

" 4 " 10 50 

" 5 " 12 00 

Saws, Pruning. Single edge, 10 in. 75c, 18 in. 90c,, 

* ■ ■ '■ 20 in 1 00 

" " Double edge, 10 in. 85c, 18 in. Sl.CO, 

20 iu 1 25 

Scissors, Flower Gatherers. Best quality, (i in. 

$1.25, 7 in. S1.50, 8 in 1 75 

Propagating 1 00 

Vine. Imported, 6 in. $1.00,7 in. $1.25, 8 iu. 150 

Rose Pruning. English. 4 in. $1. 25, ti in. 150 

Scythe, Lawn. English. Broad blades, 30 to 40 in. . . 150 

Grass. American. 30 to 40 in 100 

" Snaths (or handle). Patent fastening 100 



Eaeh 

Shears, Border. English. 8 in. S2.25, 0 in. $2.50, lOin. $3 00 
" '• With wheel, 0 in. $3.00, 

10 in 8 50 

Hedge (With notch 25c extra). 8 in. $1.75, 

0 in. $2.00, 10 in 2 25 

" " Ladies'. Small and light 1 25 

Wiss' Hand-Pruning (Solid steel). 0 in., 

$2.50; 10 in 3 00 

" " " (Spiral spring). Useful 
for pruning small fruit, 
Tines, etc 8 in 1 85 

" Perfection " Made of the very best 
steel and cuts on both sides, iy„ in. $2.00, 
8% in. $2.50, 0% in 3 00 

Hand -Pruning Watch Spring. 7 in. 

$1.75, 8 iu. $2.00, 9 in 2 50 

" Sheep or Grass. Trowel shank 100 

" " " " Various sizes, 50c to 75 

Shovels. Ames' extra qualify. Square and round 

pointed, long and short handles 1 50 

" Good quality. Square and round pointed, 

long and short handles 1 25 



Shreds, Medicated Garden. Foi 

vines, etc, per 100 

Sieves, Wire. For sifting loam, gra 
to 20 in. in diameter 

Silkaline, Gre 



nailing on trees, 
el, etc ; from IB 



30 



Fast eok 
a quality, 



, per 



tool.. 



Spades, Ames' extra, quality, long and short handles. 

Good quality, long and'short handles 

Stakes, Cane, Bamboo. From 5 to 8 ft. in length. 
Per doz. 20c, per 100 $1.25, per 1000 1 

Stakes, Galvanized Wire, Anchored. For roses, 
etc Strong and durable. No. 9 wire. 





Per 100 


1000 




Per 100 


1000 


2 ft.. 


, $1 00 


$8 50 


4 ft. 


$1 50 


$14 50 


2% ft... 


... 1 15 


9 50 


ft 


1 75 


15 00 


3 ft. 


i 1 , 1 25 


10 50 


5 ft 


2 00 


17 00 


3i/ 2 ft 


1 35 


12 50 









iy, ft., Lt 

s- f 
4 



1 nd Green, Tapering. 

SHT, each 3c, per doz. SO 20, per 100. , 

3c. " 30 " t , 

4c " 10 



6c. 



65 



He 



. $1 20 
. 2 00 
. 3 00 
. 3 75 
. 5 00 
. 5 50 
. 9 00 
10 50 



Horticultural Tools and Requisites 73 



WEEBER & DON 




SELF- REGISTERING TUERJIOMETEB TROWEL 

HORTICULTURAL TOOLS AND REQUISITES-Continued 



Each 

Stakes or Dahlia Poles, Heavy. Round green; 
tops painted white. 

2 ft. each 5c, per doz. $0 15, per 100 $3 00 

3 '.' 7c. " 75 •< 5 00 

4 " 10e. " 1 10 " n, iM 6 50 

5 " 120. " 1 20 •« . 8 25 

'jj. " J*5. " 1 60 " 10 00 

Sticks, Match. 18 inches long, per 1000 1 50 

Stones, Scythe, round 15c, flat 10 

Styptic, Thompson's. To prevent bleeding o£ vines. 1 25 

Sulphur Dusters. Boitte a Hauppe 100 

Supports, Carnation, Model Extension. With ex- 
tra ring, per doz. 606., pet 100 $4.00, per 

1000........ 38 00 

" Tomato. Strong, 2 rings, 3 legs, 20e. each ; 
doz 2 00 

Syringes, Brass Garden. 



No. 1. 


Length 


of barrel 12 i 


i. diameter, 1 








with o 


le spray rose ai 






S3 00 


No. 2. 


Length 


ol barrel 14% 


in., diameter 1 


% in., 


4 50 




with r 




nd stream. . . 




No, 3. 


Length 


of barrellS in., 


liameterl%in 


..with 






two s] 








5 50 


No. i. 


Length 
ball Vi 


of barrel 18 in., 


dumeUrl^in 


..With 








oses and stream .... 


7 00 


No. 5. 


Slotts' J 


•atent, length c 


t barrel 17 in., 


diani- 






eter 1 




roses and Ve 


■morel 






spray 








7 00 


No. 6. 


Length 




diameter i%ii 


., with 












2 on 


No. 7. 


Zinc, w 








1 00 



Fixed elbow-joint fitting No. 3 Syringe, SI. 25 each. 

Tape Measures. Enameled linen % inch wide, leather 

case, 50 ft., $2.00 ; 100 ft 2 50 

Thermometers. 



.15c. to 30 



1 75 

1 00 

1 50 

)... 3 00 

is tips, 20 in 2 00 

100 lbs 18 00 

1 00 



3d, 1: 



Tooth Picks for Stemming. Double pointed, hard 

■wood, 15c. per box; per doz 1 50 



Each 

Torches, Asbestos. Handles 15c, extra $0 35 

Tree Guards. Very strong steel wire, with three iron 

supports... 2 00 

Tree Scrapers or Triangular Hoes. Large 75 

Trowels. Forged steel, C in. 45c, 7 in. 50c, 8 in 55 

" Cast steel 25 

" Clove's Angle, large size 25 

Turfing- Iron or Sod Cutter, English 5 00 

Twine, Green. For stringing Smilax. Per ball 10c , 

P.er doz x 00 

" Marline. (Tarred Twine.) Per lb 25 

" Hemp. All sizes, per lb. 30c to 40 

" Jute. Three and 4 ply for trees. Peril) 25 

" Green Silkaline. Fast color and will not 

fade. Per spool , . 25 

Watering Pots, Galvanized Iron, extra strong, 
with rim round the bottom, 6 qts. SI. 50 ; 8 qts. SI 75 ; 
10 qts. $2.00 ; 12 qts. $2.35 ; 16 qts 2 75 

Watering Pots, French, with long spout and brass 

bow handle, G qts. $2.50; 8 qts 2 75 

Watering Pots, Philadelphia Pattern, with two 
copper-faced roses, -\ qts. $2.25; G qts. $2.35; 8 qts. 
$2.50; 10 qts. $2.75; 12 qts 3 00 

Watering Pots, Strawberry (Japan Tin), 3 qts.. . 2 00 

AVeeders, Eureka 35 

" Excelsior 10 

" Daisy Grubber 1 00 

" Carie Weeding Gouge 50 

" Long handled, chisel bladed 50 

Wheelbarrow. No. 1, boys' size, $3.00; 2, small 3 50 

" No. 3, medium, $4.00; 4, large 5 00 

Wire, Florists' Bright Stemming. Cut in 9 in. 
and 12 in. lengths, 12 lbs. in a box. 
No, 23, coarse, per lb. 25c. ; per stone. (12 lbs.).. 2 50 
No. 26, " « 30c; " « ...'.3 00 

Annealed, for Stemming. 
No. 23, coarse, per lb. 20c. ; per stone (12 lbs.).. 2 00 
No. 26, " " 25c ; " " .,2 50 

No. 34, (Inehair, " 30c; " " 3 00 

No. 3G, " 35c. ; " " „ 3 50 

Annealed. On spools, No. 23, 1 lb. 35c; 
No. 26, 1 lb. 40c ; No. 34, 1 lb 50c ; No. 36, 1 lb., 75 



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73 



Essentials for the Lawn 





Settees, Rustic Cedar. Strong, durable and ornamental 
Price, 4 ft ■ long $3.00, 5 ft. $9.00, 6 ft. $10.00 each. 

Vases, Rustic Garden. Made of red cedar, unpeeled. 
Diameter 10 in., %% ft. high. Trice $4.00 each. 



Baskets, Rustic Hanging. Price, 8 in. $1.00, 10 in. 
$1.25, 12 in. $1.50, 14 in. $1.75" each. 

Chairs, llustic Cedar. Strong, durable ami ornamental. 
Price, $5.50 each. 

Tables (Round), Rustic Cedar. Made strong and orna- 
mental. Price, $7.00 each. 



COMBINATION WATER BARREL TRUCK, ETC. 




TRUCK AND BOX WITH BARREL DETACHED 



Truck and Water Barrel. 

With iy„ in. Tires $10.00 

" 2M " " 11.00 

" 4 " " 1200 

Truck and Leaf Rack. 

With V>£ in. Tires $13.25 

" 2k " " 14.25 

" 4 " " 15.25 




Truck and Hand-Cart Box. 

With l\i in. Tires $10.25 

" 2% " " 11.25 

" " 12.25 

Add ii ion a) Attachments. 

Barrel, only $2.25 

Barrel and Trunnions 2.75 

Trunnions, per pair 50 

Sprinkler attachment 3.25 

Force or Sprav Pump (Hem). 7.00 

Leaf Rack . . .' 5.00 

Hand-Cart Box 3.00 



THE "APOLLO " LAWN SWEEPER 



Will gather dead loaves, twigs, c 
kinds, heretofore impossible to rem 
machine is well-built, handsome in de 
email sweepings. Price, 20 in. $11.00, 




and dirt of all 
>y hand. This 

md has a dust -guard covering the rear of the br 
. $12.50, 28 in. $14.00 each. llubbcr Tires (est 



the escape of 



Sprayers and Sprinklers 



74 



WEEBER & DON 



SPRAY PUMPS AND SPRINKLERS 



Barrel furnished for above . 



"POMONA" BARREL SPRAY PUMP 

This is the Best Barrel Spray Pump on the market. Strong, durable, powerful; Working parts are 
bronze. .No leather valves Plunger outside packe,]. An agitator that agitates. Made for side or end of 
barrel State which you desire. New barrel plate allows withdrawal from barrel without, disconnect- 
ing agitator. p,. it , e 

lump with Agitator end Hose Coupling $ie 00 

° n *J}' C, Pump with Agitator, one lead 15 feet, Discharge Hose and Nozzle 1H 00 

Outfit JJ, I ump with Agitator, two leads. Hose and two Spray Nozzles 20 00 

each 3 00 

THE MEYERS' DOUBLE-ACTING BARREL 
SPRAY PUMP 

This pump is constructed on the most improved plan and 
is lltted with brass upper and lower cylinders, with ground 
brass cheek valve and brass seat. No rubber or leather valves. 
Price, complete, 813.50. Price 

Barrel furnished Tor above $4 00 

dy to attach to barrel 8 00 

l, 8 feet long, to fit pump 60 

GOULD'S BRASS BUCKET PUMP 





GOULD'S BUCKET 



This spray pump is especially desig I tor Spraying in gardens and greenhouses. The 

pump is <Ie»ihlc-aeting in effeci", lias gut fa pereha ball valves, proof against the action of 
acids and oils. Poof piece is malleable iron. The pump end of discharge hose is wire 
' BAKiiiSL sprat pump wouud, adding largely to its durability. Price, $5.00. 



LITTLE GIANT BUCKET SPRAY PUMP id 

Is constructed entirely of brass and provided with air cham- 
ber and ball valves. This pump will throw a stream 50 feet. 
Price, $4.00 each. 



Cl'CLONE SI'EAY PI MP 





CYCLONE SPRAY PUMP 

Throws out a spray as line as mist and distributes it lightly wilhoutany 
waste. Price, all tin, 75c. each ; all brass, SI. 00 each. 

MEYERS' BUCKET BRASS SPRAY PUMP 

Easily operated, throws a solid stream 50 feet. It is provided with a combination nozzle and also 
With a sprinkler for flowers. Price, Sl.OO. 

THE " KINNEY" PUMP 

2 and insecticides this Pump has no equal. Price, complete, each, S2.5I). 



For applying liquid r 



LAWN SPRINKLERS 



W. & D.'s IMPROVED 

Standard. 4 ft. high, s 
thus distributing tin- watj 
arm sprinkler, $8.00; 8-ar 



run Hinted with long 

in a BUB shower over 
i sprinkler, S3.50 each 



"WATER WITCH" 

With spur to stick in the ground, 75c. each ; with 

THE CALIFORNIA 

_ Three-arm revolving sprinkler. Will sprinkle 



-land, SI. 25 each. 



The three 
carrying an 
ground for e 



TWIN COMET 



THE ELGIN 

■ and corners in the garden, this 



i one of the best. 




WEEBER & DON 



Knapsack and Hand Sprayers 



COMPRESSED AIR SPRAYERS 




-Via SPKAYER. NO. 21. 



"SUCCESS" KNAPSACK SPRAYER 

A Knapsack Sprayer and Bucket Sprayer Combined 



For applying fungieid 
itmcnt of Mildew, Bl'a> 
. With it a ma 



pray live to 



seetieides 
i Grapes, 



tst thoi 



:i rge 



nth 



ly of copi^i 
H, The 
i steady 
ms dis- 
are pro- 
'kauicul w/itator. 

' ■ for 



mist-Mke spray far th< 
11 as for Potato Blight 
f vines in a day. Th. 
and the chemical: 



ill 



The attachment shown at A 
nmlc.rspraying. . 

Price, complete, its shown in 
CUt, $12.00. 



COMPRESSED AIR 
SPRAYER. No. 21 



is made of 
iron, provided 
one for spra/h 
lor shrubbery. 

Full directio 
Sprayer. It w 
of potatoes in 
covers two O-l 
time. Brfoe, $ 



heavy galvanized 
with two nozzles, 
; tall trees and one 

s accompany each 
II spray ten acres 
a few hours, as it 
three, rows at a 



COMPRESSED AIR HAND SPRAYER. 

I Spray 



No. 31 



This Sprayer holds one gallon, and will spray upward or downward, which is 
accessary in riiany cases; it is made of tin and is provided with a clean-out hole, 
so the inside valve can be reached with ease. Price, $1.50 each. 




[ 'SD00ESS rt KNAPSACK SP BAY Kit. 




Flower Pots, Tubs, Etc. 



76 



WEEBER y DON 



ROUND SEED PANS 

EARTHENWARE 

i i^^SHMSS^Si, Hol K ut Width Price per doz. 

1 > B 3> 3 x (i S 1 00 

— ^r^HTf, i s ... 1 25 

5 x 10 2 50 

\L - « x 12 a oo 

TSTT s | a a gS8 
UNION PLANT TUBS 

Made of cypress, painted greeu, with iron hoops and feet and handles : perforated 
bottom, very strong. 

No. 1, 13% inch diameter, 11% inc-h 1ii«?h each Si 00 

" 2. 14 « •• 18# " « « f 50 

" 3. 16 «• « 15% « « -ft MO 

" 20' " 18 ..... « 2 50 

6. 28 " " 22 " £<• I ... ; ,f 4J .,-..... tl U S 00 

Outside Measurement. 




UNION PLANT TUB 



Painted green in regular stock. 
No. 1. 28 inch diameter, 22 in 
" 2. 26 " " 20 
" 3. 24 " " 18V << 

•> 4. 22 " « ri < 
" 5. 20 0 , <t» 2$ •< 
Outside Measurement. 



WHITE CEDAR PLANT TUBS 



Any color desired to order, 
'h high each $5 50 



4 50 
4 00 
3 50 



No. 1 and No. 2 have hook handles. Smaller sizes drop handles 
No. 6. 18% inch diameter, 15 inch high each S3 00 



17 
8. 10 



14 

13 
12 
»% 



2 50 
2 25 
2 00 
1 75 




STANDARD FLOWER POTS 



EARTHENWARE 

These pots are all standard shapes and sizes and are far superic 



• to any other Flower Pots 



FLOWER POT 





Price 


. Price 








per 100 


Per 1000 




Price 


h 




S6 50 


Size 


per 100 






8 50 




«a fin 




1 25 


11 50 
18 90 
32 00 
46 00 






2 00 


9 " 


16 00 






10 » 








12 


40 00 



Price 
per 1000 
S75 00 
100 00 
150 00 
190 00 
375 00 



FLOWER POT SAUCERS 

INDURATED WOOD FIBER 

A necessity for house decoration with plants. Light. Not easily 
broken. Will not soak water. 



FLOWER POT SAUCERS 

EARTHENWARE 



Size 


Each 


Per doz. 


Size 


Each 


Per Doz. 


4 in 


SO 10 


$1 00 


10 in.. . 


. ...$0 20 


$2 00 


5 " 


12 


1 25 


12 " 


.... 25 


2 25 


6 " 


13 


1 35 


■il> '« .,. . 


.... 30 


3 00 


7 "... . 


14' 


1 50 


16 " u 


.... 45 


4 50 


3 " 


16 


1 60 


18 " 


., . 50 


5 00 




1 25 
1 40 
1 60 



KAltTHENWABE SAUCEB 



FLOWER POT SAUCERS 
ROLLING STANDS 

INDURATED WOOD FIBER 



FLOWER VASES 




INDURATED WOOD FIBER 
For Displaying Cut Flowers 



Will not soak, leak or 
not easily broken. PLai 



lust and 
i cherry 



HOLLINQ 

For heavy plants. Platforn 
will not soak or rust. Castor 
12 in. ,3 castors... each SO SO 
14 "3 «> ■ , « 90 . 
16 " 4 " ..." 1 00 



18 i 
20 • 
22 



SAUCER 



indurated (iber ware: 
ill-bearings. 

.,4 castors. . .each SI 25 
5 " "1 50 

'5 " V .175 



No. 0. 8 in. diam., 13 in, deep, per 

do/.., §6.00. 
" 1. 51/i, in. diam., 10 in. deep, per 

doz. $5.25. 
" 2, 4% in. diam., 9 in. deep, per 

doz. S4.50. 
" 3. 1 iri. diam., 6 in. deep, per 

doz. $4.00. 
'• -1. 3 in. diam., 4% in, deep, per 

doz. S3. 50. 




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77 



Lawn Mowers, Etc. 



COLDWELL'S NEW LAWN MOWER— THE GRAND 



The, "Grand " is one or the best Ball- Bearing Mowers that was 
drive wheels ; live blades in the revolving eutterj which is ol larg 
grass. The adjustment of this machine is accomplished by mean; 
in the end of revolving cutter. This one screw docs it all. 

Net Prices: 14 in., $9.00; 16 in., S10.00 ; 18 in., $11.00 ; 20 in. 

HORSE BOOTS 

Made of heavy leather, preventing injury to the sward bv the 
horse's feet. Price, set of four, $0.00;' large size, $10.00. 

THE CHAMPION REVERSIBLE 
LAWN SPUD 



The best Garden Tool for cutting Asparagus, and for taking out 
Dandelions and other weeds from lawns. The cutting blade is live 
inches long, with extension sides on the cutting edge, and the 
handle 42 inches. Price, 25 ets. each. 





BALL-BEARING LAWN MOWER 

COLDWELL'S 

This Bail-Bearing Lawn Mow* 
will do a great' 
ball-bearing mo 

adjusting device, at one screw adjusts 
Net Prices: 14 in., $9.00; 1G 
20 in., $12.00. 

THE E. Z. GRASS CATCHER 

It will lit every style of 

HORSE LAWN MOWER 



,AWN MOWER — THE GBASli 

CHAIN ROLLER GOLF MOWER 

Net Prices • 

12 in.— 4 Dlades, $in.50; G blades Sll no 

14 in.— 4 Mades, $12.00 ; 6 blades m oo 

16 in.— 4 blades, $13.00: 6 blades H 00 

18 in,— 4 blades, $15.00 ; 6 blades ic 00 

"CADET" LAWN MOWER 

For a cbenp Lawn Mower, our "Cadet" is unapproach- 
able in the work it performs. 
Net Prices : 12 in., $3.50 ; 14 in., $3.75 ; 1G in., S4.00. 

HIGH WHEEL "IMPERIAL" 
LAWN MOWER 

Net Prices: U in.. $9.00; ['(! in... $10,001 
18 in., $11.00; 20 in., $12.00. 



CHAIN ROLLER GOLF MOWER 



25 in 


., without a 


:i0 in 


., with seat 




., with seat 


40 in 


., with seat 




It; has side draft attachment t 
'he cut grass only. We secure 
meat which raises or lowers tl; 
means of a simple lever 
purpose of raising the 1< 
over gravel walks or road 

Net r 
,t or shafts . , 
id shafts. . . 
id shafts . . , 



COLDWELL'S GRASS CATCHERS 

Net Prices: 12 in., $1,50; II in., $1.60: 16 in., $1.85; 
IS in.. $2.00; 20 in., $2.15. 



COLDWELL'S IMPROVED HORSE LAWN MOWERS 



Insecticides, Etc. 



78 



WEEBER & DON 



INSECTICIDES 



Ant Destroyer. "Will destroy or drive away Black Ants 
from lawns, trees, plants, houses or other affected locality. 
Price, % lb. 30c, y„ lb. 40e. 

Aphis Punk. Is composed of nicotine, woodpulp and 
chemicals. Light with a match at the lower end and al- 
low it to burn without flaming, Price, 600, per box of one 
dozen rolls. Per case of 12 boxes S7.00. 

Bordeaux Mixt ure. For all fungoid diseases, such as Mil- 
dew and various Pots of Grapes, etc. Price, per qt. 50a. ; 1 
gal. S1.25; 5 gals. $5.00. 

Boval. Kills Potato Bugs, Slugs and Beetles, prevents Blight 



Bug Dentil. Is a non-pois 




powder, extt 


nsively used 


for Cabbage and TOmat 


> Wor 


us, Potato a 


id Cucumber 


Bugs, etc. Price, 15c lb. 


3 lbs 


35c., 5 lbs. £ 


0e,, 12% lbs. 


S1.00, 100 lbs. $7.00. 








Bug Death Dust er. For 


ippiyi 


lg above, 25c. 


each. 


Caterpillar Lime. Price, 


5-lb. c 


an SI. 00. 




Cattle Comfort. Proteef> 


eattl 


i, dogs, etc., 


from Plies, 


Gnats and Mosquitoes ant 


other 


insects. Pri 


•e, 1 qt. 45c, 


1 gal. §1,25,5 gals. $5.00. 








Copper Solution. A remi 


dy for 


Grape Anlb 


•ax and Mil- 


dew, Pear and Apple 8c 


lb, Ca 


'nation and 


Violet Bust. 


Price, per qt., tin, 65c. ; 1 j. 


al. SI. 







Dal niation, or Persian Insect Powder. One of the 

safest insecticides for all Insects. Price V. lb 15e lb 
40c. 

Fir Tree Oil. For destroying all insects that infest fruit 
trees and plants, sueh as Mealy Bugs, Bed Spider, Green 
Ply, etc. Price, % pt. 40c, 1 pt. 75c, qt. $1.40, % gal 
$2.50, gal. $4.25. 

Fir Tree Oil Soap. A formula Of the above Fir Tree Oil, 

prepared in soap forth. Price, 'Mb. tins 25e 2 lbs 75 0 ' 
5 lbs. $1.75. '•' 

Flour ofSulphur. A preventive ami cure for Mildew on 
Grape Vinos, liose Bushes, etc, in or out doors. Price 
per lb. 10c, lO-lli. lots 60c 

Fost it e. A preventive and cure against Mildew, etc. Price 
per 5-lb. package 75c, 25-lb. box $2.50, 50-lb. box $4.50. 

Gishurs* Compound. A preparal ion for preventing and 
destroying lied Spider, Mealy Bug, Green Fly, etc Price 
per box 50e. 

Hammond's Grape Dust. A powder especially prepared 
to kill Bof, and Mildew on Grapes, etc Price S-fib pack- 
age 35o, 100-lb. keg S5.50. 

Hammond's Slug Shot. Price, per lb. 10c, 5-lb pack; 



, It) 



Ken 



i Fmulsion. For Plant Lice of-any kind, Cabbage 
norm, Scale Insects on Apple. Pear and other trees. Price, 
per ql. 50c, 1 gal. $1.25, 5 gals. $5.50. 
Lemon Oi.. For dost roving Mealy Bugs, Scale, Thrip, Bed 
Spider, etc. Directions on cans. Price, per % pt. 25c 1 pt 
qt. 75c, % gal. $1.25, 1 gal. $2,25, 5 gals. $10.00. 
Littles' Antipest. A sure destroyer of all insect pests 
Qt. 75c, %-gal. can $1.00, gal. can $2.00. 



Kil-O-Scale. For destroying San Jose Scale on Trees 
Shrubs, etc Price, per gal. $1.50, 5 gals, at St.35 per gal ' 
10 gals, at $1.25 per gal., 45 gal. barrel at. $1.00 per gai' 
Onegallonmakes40gallonsforu.se. S 

"Xieo-Fume" Tobacco-Paper Insecticide. "Nieo- 
Pume" is worthy of the attention of all growers. It is 
packed in special friction-top tin cans, thus preventing 
loss of nicotine by evaporation. Price quart can (2i 
sheets) 75c, gross can (U I sheets.) $:J.50. 

Xicoeieide. Fumigating compound. A certain destroyer 
of all Greenhouse Bugs. Directions on packages. Price, 
1 pt., sufficient for 32,000 cubic feet, $2.50 each. 
Fumigators for above, 75c each. 

Nikoteen Kills the Bugs. A thorough exterminator of 
Mealy Bug, Thrip, Lice and all injurious insects affecting 
plant life. Price, per bottle, 1 pint, $1.50. 

Paris Green. Unexcelled for the destruction of Potato 
Bugs and other insects that eat foliage. Price, 25c. per lb. 

Bead's Electric "Worm" Eradicator. This prepara- 
tion is especially valuable to gardeners. Bottles, 50c, 
$1.00 and $3.00 each. 

Read's " Herbicide" (or Weed Exterminator). This 
is the most effectual weed killer known. In quart jugs 
sufficient to make 5 gallons of liquid. Price, 75c In half- 
gallon jugs sufficient to make 10 gallons of liquid. Price, 
$1.25. In one-gallon kegs sufficient to make 20 gallons of 
liquid. Price, $2.25. In five- gallon kegs sufficient to 
make 100 gallons of liquid. Price, $7.50. 

Rose Leaf Insecticide. A positive remedy for insects in 
greenhouses. A strong nicotine solution. Directions on 
packages. Price, per pt. can 35c, qt. can, 60c, gal. can 
$1.75. 

Sulpho-Tobaeco Soap. A positive exterminator of all 
insect life on plants in the greenhouse. Price, 3 oz. box 
10c, 8 oz. box 20c, 10 lb. box $3.00. 

Tobacco Dust . Made Trom tobacco steins. Price, lb. 10c, 
10 lb. pkge. 65c., 100 lbs. $3.00. 

Tobacco Dust. Coarse, for fumigating purposes. Price 
per 100 lbs., $3.00. 

Tobacco Soap. The most convenient and cheap Specific 
for the destruction of insects. Price, 35c. per lb. 

Tobacco and Whale Oil Soap. Very effective for scab 
green and black fly, mealy bug, etc. Price, 25e. per cake. ' 

Tobacco Stems. For fumigating plants, and destroying in- 
sects in both,, U ses, etc. Price, in bales of LOO lbs SI 75 
300 lbs. S4.5U. 

Whale Oil Soap. For destroying insects on plants vines 

etc. Price, lb, 15c, 3 lb. box 40c 
White Hellebore Powcl 

Worm, lb isc Slug, etc. 1 

X. L. All Vaporizing Compou 

method of fumigating greenboi 
cubic ft. $2.25 per bottle, 20,(W0 

X. L. All Liquid Insecticide. For spraying. English 
prepara , on; purely nicotine; harmless to very delicate 
Plants; kills Mealy Bug, Bed Spider and all inset pests. 
Trice per pt. Cfic, qt. $1.00, % gal. $1 •,<* i g^, §3.50. 



'or destroying the Currant 
{ lb. 10c, % lb. 15c, lb. 25c. 

The most effectual 
Sufficient for 10,000 
ic I't. $4.50 per bottle. 
StQi $1.50. 



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79 



Sundries 



SUNDRIES 



W. & D.'s Lawn Invigorator 

This fertilizer is especially prepared for use fin 
lawns, meadows and pasture lands as a lop dressing 
Use from 600 to 1,000 pounds per acre when seeding 
down, and from 400 to 600 pounds per acre as a top 
dressing. Price, 5 lbs. 30c, 1.0 lbs. 50c, 25 lbs. $1.00, 
50 lbs. $2.00, 100 lbs. $3.50, 200 lbs. $fi 50 ton of 
2.000 lbs. $50.00. 

Ashes, Canada Wood, Unleached 

For lawns, gardens and fruits. Hardwood Ashes are 
equaled : they supply natural plant food, penna- 



nt ly 



oft'e 



odor, and destroy many of the insects which ... 
injurious. Apply 3,000 lbs. per acre. Price bbi 
about 200 lbs., $3.00; ton (2,000 lbs.), in bbls., $22 so" 



Bone, Crushed 



A coarse grade well adapted for grape vine bor- 
ders. Price, 100 lbs. $3.50, ton $60.00. 

Bone Meal 

This is a very pure, finely pulverized form of 
ground bone, especially prepared for rose culture, 
lop dressing for lawns, and for potted plants Price 
lb, 10o., 10 lbs. 50c, 100 lbs. $2.50, 200 lb. bag $4 5o! 

ton $36.00. 

Bowker's Food for Flowers 

An excellent fertilizer for house plants. Easily 
applied by dissolving in water. Clean to handle, 
without odor, produces rich green growth and pro- 
fusion of flowers. Price, small package 15c, large 
package 25c. 

Clay's Fertilizer 

This is one of the best manures for all horticultural 
purposes, either in greenhouse or garden, and we be- 
lieve its high reputation is well deserved. It is pro- 
ductive and lasting, and notwithstanding its appar- 
ently high price, it is quite economical. Price, 14 
His. $1.25, 28 lbs. $2.25, 56 lb. bag $4.00, 112 lb. 'bag 
$7.00. 

Cocoanut Fibre Refuse 

Highly recommended for polling. Price, bus. 
$2.00. 

Pulverized Sheep Manure 



tin 



$1 



iquid 

le tOIl pel- acr 

■cial grade. 1 
100 lbs, 



Fo 



Mapes' Fertilizers 



These high-grade fertil 
iroughout the United State 



We 



all 



Ma 



■a la 



Complete Potato Manure. Price, bag (200 lbs.) 

$5.00, ton (2,000 lbs.) $45.00. 
Vegetable Manure for all Soils. Price, bag (200 

lbs.) $5.50, ton ( 2.000 lbs.) $4S.00. 
Fruit and Vine Manure. Price, bag (200 lbs.) $5.00, 

ton (2,000 lbs.) $45.00. 
Complete Manure. "A" brand for general use. 

Price, bag ( 200 lbs.) $4.50, ton (2,000 lbs.) $40.00. 

Land Plaster or Gypsum 

This is an excellent addition to land for such crops 
as require lime and sulphates, particularly turnips, 
potatoes, grasses, etc. Price, bbl., about 250 pounds, 



Lime, Unslacked 

Very useful for dressing heavy soils. Price, bbl. 
$1.75. 

Moss, Live Green Sphagnum 

Used for potting orchids and other stow- plants;; 
Price, bbl. $3.00 

Moss, Sphagnum 

Very useful for mixing in soil for potting, also for 
mulching, packing, etc. Price, bbl. $2.00. 

Muriate of Potash 

A high-grade fertilizer, and one of the best for use; 
especially for orchard and peach cultivation, and as 
a general stimulator. Price, 10 lbs. 75c, 100 lbs. 
$4.00. 

Peat, New Jersey 

Of great value for hothouse and greenhouse plants, 
and especially for orchids. Price, bbl. $2.25. 

Fibrous Peat 

For orchids. Price, bbl. $2.50. 

Salt, Agricultural 

Used for top dressing asparagus beds, etc Should 
be used in the spring. Price, bbl., about 300 lbs., 
$3.00. 

Soot, Imported Scotch 

An excellent fertilizer for stimulating growth and 
giving a rich, dark foliage; also an excellent remedy 
against slugs, grubs and cutworms when mixed in the. 
surface of the soil. Price, 100 lbs. $5.0 0. 

Ichthemic Guano 

A very valuable manure for chrysanthemums ami 
greenhouse plants. Price, 25 lbs. $2.25, 50 lbs. $4.25, 
100 lbs. $8.00. 

Nitrate of Soda 

Tt is valuable for grain, corn, beets, potatoes, 

plaster. ' Price, % fbs/sOc 10 lbs. 50c, 25 Ibs.'shW 
50 lbs. $2.25, 1 00 lbs. $4.00 

Thomson's Vine Manure 

A Valuable fertilizer for vines and all horticultural 
purposes. 112 lb. bag $7.00. 

Bonora 

onderful effe. 



This new plant food ha 
plant life. II is good for 



all 



V, lb. pack; 
1 lb. pack; 
5 Hi. packj 



Dry Form. 

aking 56 pints 25c. 

a king 25 gallons 5U< . 

aking 140 gallons $2.50 

10 lb. package, making 280 gallons 5.00 

40 lb. package, making 1,120 gallons 20.00 

100 lb. package, making 2,800 gallons 42.50 

Liquid Form. 

1, 2, 5, and 10 gallon kegs, per gallon $2.00 

V> barrel (25 gallons), per gallon 1.75 

Barrel (50 gallons), per gallon 1.50 

One gallon, mixed with water, makes 100 gallons 
for use. 



Hand Garden Implements 



so 



WEEBER & DON 



"PLANET JR." TOOLS FOR 1906 



Frame and handles adjustable, and wheel 
can be changed to the other side of the 
frame when both sides ol the row can be 
hoed at one passage. 




\o. 1<J. With plow, 2 hoes, 3 cultivator teeth, 2 rakes and 

leaf-lilter, $5.85. 
No. 1 7. With plow. 2 hoes and 3 cultivator teeth, $5.00. 
No. l~y„. With 2 hoes, :t cultivator teeth, and leaf-lifter, $4.50. 
No. 18. With hoes onlv, 83.50. 

" PLANET JR " 

No. 4 Combined Drill and 

Wheel Hoe, 

$10.50 Complete. 

$8.50 as Drill Only. 




By removing one bolt the Drill is taken off and the Tool 
frame attached, making it the best of the "Planet Jr." Single 
Wheel Hoes. This gives you the whole business in one tool. 

'PLANET 
JR." No. 2 
Seed Drill, 
$7.50. 
Its beauty 




ieed at a uniform 
very narrow line, mak- 
pid work for the Wheel 

'FARMER'S" No. 19 Single Wheel 
Hoe, Cultivator and Plow 

A most desirable tool for 
small places. It consists of 
a hard steel plow, two 
sweeps ami two cultivator 
teeth, $3.75. 




"PLANET JR. 
Double Wheel Hoe 




It is changed and adjusted with marvelous quickness. The 
wheels can be set to four different widths and the frame at 
three heights. 

No. 1 1 . Wheel Hoe, with 8 pairs of tools, as shown in above 
cut, $9.00. 

No. 12. With plows, hoes, wido and narrow cultivator teeth 

and loaf-lifters, $7.00. 
No. 13. With hoes only, $1.75. 



"PLANET JR. 
No. 3 Seeder, 




Planting in rows and thinning afterward is an awful time- 
waste.. The No. 3 seeder puts the seed right on the spot where 
tha hill is wanted. Plants i, 6 8, 12 or 21 inches apart or in 
a continuous row, as desired. Changed in a moment. Holds 
three quarts. The most reliable and accurate drill made. 



" FIRE FLY " 
Plow, 
$2.35. 

Invaluable for use in 
small gardens. Moldboard 
of tempered and polished 
steel. The depth is easily 
and quickly changed. 




The "PLANET JR. 



Grass Edger 



It will 


do 


either stra 


iglif 


or curved 


:Mlg- 


iug. Str 




berry grow 




will 11 nd 


fcjie 


Grass EH 




With Hie hO 




moved, a l 


apid 


and perfect 


tool 


for cutting 


oft 




VEGETABLE SEEDS 

Artichoke 

Asparagus 

Asparagus Knots . . . 

Beans. English ' 



' 'abba 

Cabba 
Cardoi 



Cher 
( 'in. ' 

Colla. 



Cucumber . 
Dandelion 
Egg Plant 

Endive 

Garlic 

Herbs .... 
Kale or Bori 
Kohl Kal.i , 



egetapte S 
>r Gumbo . 



INDEX 



Flower Bellis 



Vetches 

Wheat 

Wild Rice 

FLOWER SEEDS 



Potato ... 
Pumpkin . 
Radish ... 
Rhubarb . 

Snlsrfv p 
Plant ... 



Turnip. Ruta Baea 
32, 3 

Wcctahl. n.-nil'i an. I 



LAWN GRASS 3 

FARM AND SUNDRY 
SEEDS 

Parley 3 

Proorn Porn 3 

Puekwheat 3 



ed 



.'Ot 

Clover s 
Cotton . 
Fli'lrl Corn . 
Flax See'd . 
Grass Sped 

Hop 

Locust 

Millet 

Mangel-Wui 
Oats 



Hum 



Acacia 

Acanthus . . . 
Achillea .... 
A.cpniloim . . 
Acroclinium 
Adcnophora 
Adlumiu ... 

Adonis 

Aga\ 
Ag.-r 
As: to 

Aloysla 

Alyssmn .... 

Amaranthus 
Arnmobium 
Amp'-lopsis . 
Anagallis ... 
Anc.-liusa .... 
Anemor.c 
Antirrliinum 
Aqiiilegla ... 

Arabis 

Alalia 

Arctolis ... 
Arnebia 



I relianthus 
Helichrysum 
Heliotr . 



( lalandrin 
Calceolari 
Calendula 



48 


Phvsalis 57 




. ! 04 


.47 


Picotee '. 57 




] !fio 


.47 


IMatvroihin 




'. '. 61*. 


.47 


1 'nlv^nniim r. 7 




'. '.Ti'.i 


.48 


I *ol va n t h i is 57 




'. JI7 


.48 






' ' r- 


.48 








.48 






. . \'.i> 


.48 






' *66 


.48 


Rheum ........ .5!i 


jr r vH Trees 


! . 67 


.48 


llho.lanthc 50 




(16 




Rleinus 59 




66 


!<8 


RoClCGt Sweet . nn 




. .68 


.48 


Romneya 58 


Gran.- yines. ! .' ! ] 


. .as 


.48 


Kudh.-ekin tit) 


Hardy I icrl bphous 


P.7 




Salpiyrlossis 60 


Hardv Shrubs. 


. .67 


.48 


Salvia (10 




.66 


.48 


Sanvitalia 60 


t roiiyhocv 


66 


48 


Sril 1 liosa .Ho 


Honeysuckle 


67 


.48 


Sehiziinthus 60 


Tfvdrangoas 


. .67 


.49 


Sedum f.o 


Inomcea 


.66 


.49 


S.-nsllive Plant ....no 


I.antana 


. .66 


.49 


Sileno 60 


l.emon Verbena... 


. .60 


49 


Smilax «0 


T.eftuee Plants 


. .33 


IS 


Solatium 60 


T.ilac .. 


. .67 


49 


Slaehvs 61 


Lobelias 


. .66 


49 


Stonaotls .......... 61 


konhQsnermurn 


. .06 


49 


S If via 61 


Marguerites 


. . 66 




Stocks 61 


Marigold 


6G 


19 


Stokesia . . . . . . . . . . . .61 


Waura'naya 


. .66 


1!) 


st rctit' .carpus oi 




.66 


mi 


Sunflower 19 


STvosotis .......... 


..66 




Sweet Pens 56 




..66 


■ ■') 


Sweet Sultan 61 


Ornamental Trees. 


..67 




Fweet William 61 




..66 




Ta notes 62 


Pepper Plants]'!."! 


.33 




Thlsjtle 62 


Petunias 


.66 




Thunherpia 6'i 

Tornmnsinia 62 


Pinks 


.60 




Privet 


.67 


r.i 


Torenla 62 




.66 


4 7 


Traehellum 62 




.63 


r,i 


Trlfollum 62 




.33 


:". 1 


Trilomn 62 




.60 


r.i 


Trnti.Tolurii 62 




.65 


51 


Venus Look Mm Glass6:> 




.66 


51 






.06 


51 


svlt'enn'" 1 . :;::;62 


5naav' 0 fi-besl !!!!!! 


.67 


51 


Veronica 62 


Snowball 


.67 


51 


Vinca 62 




.67 


.", 1 


Violet 62 


Strawberries' 


.63 


r.i 


Virginian Stock 62 


Pnr-ub* 




51 


Visoaria 62 


Stocks 


Jifi 


r.i 
r. i 


vrablenhorgia 63 




.66 

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