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Shenandoah, Iowa s~i 0 / 



BULLETIN 
NO. I 

WITH GRADE COUNTS 
★ 

February 15, 1965 





AREA CODE 712 
PHONE 246 - 3563 



A DEPENDABLE SOURCE FOR QUALITY NURSERY STOCK 
FOR 95 YEARS 



1870 



1965 



TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 



TERMS — 1% discount for cash if paid within 10 days. NET— 30 days. 
Cash security, or satisfactory reference is required from parties unknown to us. 
Orders to be sent C. O. D. should be accompanied by one-fourth cash. Interest 
charged on past due accounts. 

PRICES— EXCEPTING PATENTED ITEMS. Wholesale prices to apply on 
Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Evergreens, Vines and Perennials (in- 
cluding Peonies and Lilies) on the following quantities: 
300 or more take 1000 rates where published. 
30 to 300 take 100 rates where published. 
Under 30 take 10 rates. 

PATENTED ITEMS — See individual headings. 
All grades and varieties in any one class (except Patented Varieties) are 
allowed to make up total. Example. All kinds of fruit trees will be considered as 
one class and all varieties of shrubs as one class, etc. 

SMALL FRUITS, HEDGING, PRIVET and LINING OUT STOCK 
300 of same variety and grade take 1000 rates. 
Under 300 of same variety and grade take 100 rates. 
BROKEN LOTS — The wholesale prices in this list apply only on Wholesale 
Quantities. Orders should call for TEN OF A KIND and size, and beyond that for 
multiples of ten. ORDERS FOR BROKEN LOTS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED. 

NOTICE — The prices named in this list cancel all previous lists and are 
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. All sales and contracts are made 
subject to crop condition and on condition that same shall be void should injury 
befall our stock from hail, fire, frost, error in count or other causes beyond our 
control. 

All orders are accepted without liability for non-performance if labor shortages 
or delay in transportation should prevent us from making delivery. 

SHIPPING — We request customers to give definite shipping instructions re- 
garding manner in which they wish goods shipped. In the absence of special 
instructions we use our best judgment, but without assuming responsibility. 

ALL SHIPMENTS TRAVEL AT RISK AND EXPENSE OF PURCHASER. 

TRUCK DELIVERY — We are able to give truck service on full loads to many 
points at equal or lower than local freight rates. This means delivery to your door. 
Some customers prefer to employ their own trucks which is satisfactory; but in 
this case, we will appreciate two or three days advance notice — giving us ample 
time to have your stock ready for loading. 

Note: We will not be responsible for the condition of stock picked up by cus- 
tomer if he does not have adequate protection from wind and freezing. Cattle 
trucks will not be loaded as they do not furnish sufficient protection. 

PACKING — No charge for packing bulk cars. Bales and boxes will be charged 
actual cost of material and labor used. 

CLAIMS — For any cause must be made promptly upon receipt of goods. We 
will not entertain claims after goods have been accepted, or when report is not made 
in writing within TEN DAYS after arrival of stock. Any claims for merchandise 
damage after delivery by Shenandoah Nurseries to the carrier shall be made by 
the customer to the carrier within 48 hours. 

GUARANTEE — We give no warranty, expressed or implied, as to life, descrip- 
tion, quality, productiveness, or any other matter of any nursery stock, seeds or 
plants that we sell and will not be in any way responsible for the results secured 
in transplanting. It is mutually agreed that our total liability for any errors, should 
stock prove untrue to name as labeled, shall be limited upon satisfactory proof, to 
our replacing free or refunding purchase price. 




BULLETIN NO. 1 



S 



Please note that calipers shall govern the size of fruit trees. The height given 
below represents the average height of most varieties. 

All Fruit Trees are tied: 11/16 and 9/16, 10; 7/16 and 5/16, 20 per bundle. 



APPLE and CRAB 



Standard First Class, 4 ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 
Standard First Class, 3 ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 
Standard First Class, 2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 

4 to 5 ft. Whips 

3 to 4 ft. Whips 

2 to 3 ft. Whips 

18 to 24 in. Whips 

9/16" 7/16" 

'Anoka 

v ^Baldwin 170 30 

/Efeacon 

N /Cortland 

•/Delicious Dark Red 70 

v^Delicious Yellow 60 

x/Dolgo 140 440 

J Duchess Dark Red 

J Fireside 220 

^'Grimes Golden 270 

V /Haralson . . 

/Hibernal '. 130 

V yfronadel 450 

^/.Jonathan Dark Red 260 



v /Mcintosh Dark Red _ . 

J Minjon 80 

Northern Red Spy 140 

Stayman Dark Red 

^Wealthy 

V Whitney 

l/Winesap Dark Red 

i/Tellow Transparent 



330 
1340 
30 
90 
200 

50 



Per 10 Per 100 

n $ 9.00 $ 85.00 

n 7.00 65.00 

n 5.00 45.00 

7.00 65.00 

5.50 50.00 

3.50 30.00 

2.50 20.00 

5/16" 4/5'w 3/4'w 2/3'wl8/24"w 



30 
30 
20 
20 



270 
990 



170 
90 

130 
60 
60 



20 



20 



20 



70 



80 
40 
60 
30 
70 

70 
40 
100 
260 
110 



280 
60 
30 



30 



450 



180 
80 
70 
120 
720 
370 
360 
360 
50 
180 

30 

70 
130 
520 

70 
310 

90 
240 
110 

40 
820 



60 

30 
20 
430 
170 
100 
50 

80 
140 



160 
210 

170 
130 

60 

200 



APPLE 

New/and Patented Varieties 
CONNELL RED 
Plant Patent No. 1602 

Early bearing Red Sport of Fireside. Smooth round fruit of dark red, clings 
well until late harvest. Sub-acid flavor excellent for dessert, sauce and salad. 
Stores well. 

10-29 
Each 

350 4% ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up . $ 1.65 

280 4 ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in. . . . . 1.32 



20 3 ft. and up. 7/16 to 9/16 in. 



90 



ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in. 



1.10 
.90 



30-99 
Each 
1.50 
1.20 
1.00 
.80 



SUGGESTED RETAIL 


EACH 


I'er 3 


Per 12 


Per 100 Per 500 






Each 


Each 


Each 


Each 


11/16 in. . 


$ 3 00 


$ 2.75 


% 2.50 


$ 2.00 . 


$ 1.90 


9/16 in. . 


2.50 


2.25 


2.00 


1.75 


1.60 


7/16 in. 


2.00 


1.75 


1.60 


1.35 


1.10 


5/16 in. 


1.70 


1.50 


1.35 


1.05 


.95 



DWARF CONNELL RED 

10-29 30-99 

Each Each 

80 7/8 in. and up . $ 2.75 $ 2.50 

350 4 ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up . .... 2.25 2.00 



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APPLE — DWARF 

Dwarfing stock is Mailing No. 2, 7 and 9. Order desired understock or we 
will ship any available and indicate type booked. 

Per 10 Per 100 

4 ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up i $19.00 $175.00 

3V 2 ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in 16.50 150.00 

2% ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in 14.00 125.00 

2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in 10.00 90.00 

4 to 5 ft. whips 15.00 135.00 

3 to 4 ft. whips 13.00 115.00 

2 to 3 ft. whips 11.00 100.00 

18 to 24 in. whips :i ._ 8.00 75.00 





7/8" 


11/16" 


9/16" 


7/16" 


5/16" 


4/5'w 


3/4'w 


2/3'w 18/24"w 


Beacon 




140 






20 




20 


20 




Delicious Dk. Red 




20 






100 




120 


160 


50 


Delicious Yellow 




30 


20 


310 


450 




150 


270 


140 


Fireside ... 


"so 


260 


20 


60 












Haralson . 










20 




60 


"90 


~~20 


Jonadel . 






130 


210 


80 






20 




Jonathan Dk. Red 


30 


440 




940 


620 






90 




Mcintosh Dk. Red 








260 


170 




150 


100 


20 


Northern Red Spy 




150 


100 




40 






20 




Stayman Dk. Red 


60 


280 


20 








20 


100 




Wealthy 














20 


50 


" 30 


Whitney __ _ 














40 


340 


130 


Yellow Trans. . - 




100 


270 


50 


190 


40 


230 


370 


210 



APPLE — QUINTUPLET 

Our 5-N-l Apple are budded to a strong two-year graft and then grown an- 
other full year to produce a strongly branched tree of five varieties. Following 
varieties. 

Delicious Dark Red Mcintosh Dark Red Yellow Delicious 

Jonathan Dark Red Stayntan Dark Red Yellow Transparent 

/ Per 10 Per 100 

670 Three Years, 7// in. and up $21.00 $190.00 

30 Three Years, 11/16 to 7/8 in .... .... ... . 19.00 175.00 

J DELCON APPLE — SEMI-DWARF 

Truly a semi-dwarf tree of height to 12 feet. Produced by the Missouri State 
Experimental Station. Combines the Jonathan and Delicious flavor in a full sized, 
dark red fruit. Hardiness similar to Red Delicious. 

Per 10 

240 9/16 to 11/16 in $11.00 

30 7/16 to 9/16 in 9.00 

APRICOTS 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

3 ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in $10.00 $90.00 $__-'. 

2% ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in ._ 7.50 70.00 650.00 

2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in 5.00 45.00 400.00 

3 to 4 ft. whips 6.00 55.00 

2 7 to 3 ft. whips 4.00 35.00 

y 9/16" 7/16" 5/16" 3/4'w 2/3'w 

/Chinese Early Golden 120 830 1780 170 40 

^Moorpark 510 950 520 

Superb 670 1100 440 

APRICOT TREES 

Grown from Chinese Early Golden Apricot seed. 

Per 10 

20 4% ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up $ 8.00 

200 4 ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in 6.00 

70 3 ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in. 4.50 

20 2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in 3.00 



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APRICOTS 

A new variety of Apricot developed at the University of Minnesota Fruit 
Breeding Farm for the Minnesota climate. At the Farm they have produced heavy 
crops of freestone fruits. They are juicy and pleasant for eating fresh and fine for 
canning. Medium sized fruits hang on tree until well ripened. Trees are hardy and 
resistant to disease; about the size of Plum trees. Require a pollinizer. 

^/sungold. (Minn. No. 36) 

Slightly oval fruit of gold color with an orange blush. Mild and sweet; very 
good quality. Rather upright tree. 

10-19 
Each 

220 2% ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in 1 $ 1.65 

480 2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in 1.40 



DWARF APRICOT 

Per 10 

4 ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up $19.00 

ZVz ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in 16.50 

11/16" 9/16" 

Chinese Early Golden 150 

Moomark 30 70 



CHERRY 

ONE YEAR Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

3 ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in $ 7.00 $ 65.00 $600.00 

2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in 5.00 45.00 

3 to 4 ft. whips 1 5.50 50.00 

2 to 3 ft. whips r . 4.00 35.00 

18 to 24 in. whips 3.00 25.00 

j// 7/16" 5/16" 3/4'w 2/3'w 18/24"w 

/Early Richmond 990 340 170 

^Kansas Sweet 320 160 230 1430 720 

J Montmorency 1400 2620 1040 

^/Yellow Glass 450 1230 310 

/ DWARF SOUR CHERRY 

^Meteor (Minn. No. 66) 

Vigorous tree with large bright red fruit. Flesh is yellow and medium juicy 
with a mild acid flavor. Ripens 7-10 days later than North Star. 

Per 10 Per 100 

380 2 ft. and up, 5/16 in $ 8.00 $ 75.00 

V^North Star (Minn. No. 58) 

Tree is small, productive, resistant to leaf spot and brown rot. Fruits % inch 
In diameter, at first bright red, turning mahogany red. Yellowish flesh is juicy, 
tender and meaty. Ripens about July 1. Very hardy. 

Per 10 Per 100 

480 2 ft. and up, 5/16 in $ 8.00 $ 75.00 



NECTARINE 

Per 10 Per 100 

220 3 ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in $ 7.50 $ 70.00 

100 J ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in 5.00 45.00 

,\ Surecrop 

DWARF NECTARINE 

Per 10 Per 100 

40 5 ft. and up, 7/8 in $22.50 $ 

120 4 ft. and up. 11/16 to 7/8 in . 19.00 175.00 

Surecrop 



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PEACH 

ONE YEAR Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

3 ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in $ 6.50 $ 60.00 $500.00 

2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in : 5.00 45.00 400.00 

i 7/16" 5/16" 

J .Belle of Georgia 820 370 

/Champion 250 190 

^ Early Elberta 2270 950 

7/Elberta 760 4160 

J Golden Jubilee . 410 400 

Ji Hale Haven 1600 720 

7/Indian Cling 130 240 

J J. H. Hale 1360 2330 

•//Marquette 80 270 

\//Polly 250 160 

^ /Red Haven __. 1000 

v/Sunhigh .- 110 50 

J SUMMERLONG PEACH 

Plant Patent No. 1503 

This variety bears fruit over an extended period, often 3 or 4 weeks after first 
picking. Excellent quality fruit is medium sized, freestone, juicy and sweet. Elberta 
type color, reddish tinge with yellow flesh. 

Per 10 Per 100 

220 2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in $ 7.50 $ 70.00 



PEACH — DWARF 

Per 10 

5 ft. and up, 7/8 in. and up.. _ $19.00 

4 ft. and up, 11/16 to 7/8 in _._ 16.50 

3% ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in.... 14.00 



Belle of Georgia 
Early Elberta . 

Elberta 

Golden Jubilee 
Hale Haven 



Per 100 
$175.00 
150.00 
125.00 
7/8" 11/16" 9/16" 



20 
60 



60 
20 
200 
150 
100 



30 
20 



PEAR — STANDARD 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

5 ft. and up, 7/8 in. and up $13.50 $120.00 $ 



4 ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in 9.00 85.00 

3 ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in 7.50 70.00 

2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in 5.00 45.00 

4 to 5 ft. whips 7.50 70.00 

3 to 4 ft whips 6.00 55.00 

2 to 3 ft. whips 4.00 35.00 

18 to 24 in. whips 3.00 25.00 



4% ft. and up, 11/16 to 7/8 in 12.00 110.00 1000.00 



800.00 



7/8" 11/16" 

jAnjou 70 

t Bantam 70 400 

\| Bartlett 1000 

^Clapp Favorite .. 150 420 

4 Douglas 280 300 

''Kieffer 1240 1380 

f Mendel 510 

U Parker 290 470 

fatten 750 410 

V/Seckel 340 190 

^/Waite 460 800 



9/16" 
30 
160 

190 

160 
1090 
310 
80 
400 
250 



7/16" 
20 
40 



370 



5/16" 4/5'w 3/4'w 2/3'w 18/24"w 



180 
120 



20 



130 
130 
20 
60 



180 
30 
50 



120 



1090 
40 
20 
20 

"30 
30 



570 
20 



20 



40 

20 

20 



120 



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PEAK — DWARF 

TWO YEAR Per 10 Per 100 

500 4 ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up $19.00 $175.00 

100 3% ft. and up, 9/16 to 1/16 in 16.50 150.00 

Bartlett 

^MAX-RED BARTLETT PEAR 
Patent No. 741 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

High quality sport of Bartlett, ripening at same time. Good keeper. 

90 5 ft. and up, 7/8 in. and up $20.00 $185.00 $ 

990 4% ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up 13.50 120.00 1100.00 

140 4 ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in 10.00 95.00 

40 3% ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in 8.50 — 



PLUM 

AMERICAN and HARDY HYBRIDS 

(On Native Roots) 



ONE YEAR, All branched. Per 10 PerlOO 

5 ft. and up, 7/8 in. and up $12.50 $ 

4V 2 ft. and up, 11/16 to 7/8 in 11.00 100.00 

4 ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in 9.00 85.00 

3 ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in 7.50 70.00 

2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in 5.00 45.00 



/ 7/8" 

yEmber 

^Golden Rod 

^/ppata 

vyPipestone 

vvSapa 30 

y/Toka 

^Stfaneta 20 



11/16" 


9/16" 


7/16" 


120 




80 


100 


370 


250 




70 




70 






50 


280 


130 


390 






50 


50 


20 



20 
80 



20 
20 



PLUM 

EUROPEAN and JAPANESE 

ONE YEAR, All branched. Per 10 

5 ft. and up, 7/8 in. and up $12.50 

4% ft. and up, 11/16 to 7/8 in 11.00 

4 ft. and up, 9/16 to 11/16 in 9.00 

3 ft. and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in 7.50 

2 ft. and up, 5/16 to 7/16 in 5.00 

4 to 5 ft. whips 7.00 

3 to 4 ft. whips ... 6.00 

2 to 3 ft. whips 5.00 

/ 7/8" 11/16" 9/16" 7/16" 5/16" 4/5'w 3/4'w 

7 Blue Damson 310 120 

V/Burbank 70 40 50 30 

v/ Italian Prune 90 

v/Lombard 100 60 

^ Mount Royal 20 80 40 80 

v/Reine Claude 70 170 50 30 30 

v/Shropshire Damson 20 20 20 



Per 100 

$ 

100.00 
85.00 
70.00 
45.00 
65.00 
55.00 
45.00 



2/3'w 



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SMALL FRUITS and MISCELLANEOUS GARDEN PLANTS 
ASPARAGUS, Tied 25 per bundle. 

Mary Washington Per 100 Per 1000 

7,8000 2 yr. No. 1 $ 4.50 $ 40.00 

. 9000 1 yr. No. 1 . 3.50 30.00 
BLACKBERRY, Tied 25 per bundle. 
Early Harvest, very early. 

800 No. 1 8.00 75.00 
Ebony King, new, hardy, heavy producer. 

1850 No. 1 14.50 125.00 

BLUEBERRIES. 

V AoO Jersey, late. Good for canning, freezing and shipping. 
^100 Rancocas, midseason. Dependable quality and production. 
n/100 Rubel, early. Hardy Productive and firm. Good shipper. 

12 to 18 in. 3 year 75.00 650.00 

CURRANT, Tied No. 1, 25; No. 2, 50 per bundle. 

Red Lake, light red berries in long clusters. Thrifty and extremely productive. 
620 2 yr. No. 1 25.00 225.00 

GRAPE VINES, Tied; 2 yr. No. 1, 50; 2 yr. No. 2, 100 per bundle. 



Jc 



1 



Caco, red, large fruit, delicious spicy flavor. Bears young, heavily and regularly. 

// Ripens September first. 
250 1 yr. No. 1 24.00 200.00 

Concord, black. Large bunches of tender, juicy fruit. 

/ 200 2 yr. No. 1 30.00 250.00 

100 1 yr. No. 1 24.00 200.00 

vDelaware, red. Early. Small bunches and berries. 

180 1 yr. No. 1 . 24.00 200.00 

v Fredonia, black. Early. Three weeks ahead of Concord. Large clusters of deli- 
ciously flavored fruit. Vigorous and hardy. 

500 2 yr. No. 1 30.00 250.00 

950 1 yr. No. 1 24.00 200.00 

Moore Early, black. 

180 2 yr. No. 1 30.00 250.00 

HORSERADISH 

100 Crowns ,__ 11.00 100.00 

500 Cuttings 7.00 60.00 

RASPBERRY, Tied 25 per bundle 12.00 100.00 

L200 Cumberland, blackcap, large and juicy. No. 1 tips. 
L200 Indian Summer, large high-quality, everbearing red. No. 1 suckers. 
1000 Morrison, new blackcap. Larger than Cumberland. Vigorous and disease 
resistant. No. 1 tips. 

RHUBARB 

Per 10 Per 100 

Cbipman Canada Red, sweet and excellent flavor. Stem dark red throughout. 
730 No. 1 division $ 4.50 $ 40.00 

Victoria, whole root. Per 100 Per 1000 

300 2 yr. 1% in. and up $12.50 $115.00 

6900 2 yr. 1 to 1% in 9.50 90.00 

500 1 yr. 5/8 to 1 in 7.50 70.00 

250 1 yr. % to 5/8 in 5.50 50.00 



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Nut, Ornamental and Shade Trees 

Out nut, shade and ornamental trees are first class, well shaped, young and 
vigorous. They have been grown from seedlings transplanted into the nursery row 
especially for this purpose, and from buds or grafts. 

All calipers are taken 6 inches above the collar. Size listed following the name 
is considered average mature size normally attained. 

ACER 

Per 10 Per 100 

platanoides columnare. Pyramidal Norway Maple. 40-50 feet. Zone 4. 

Pyramidal form of the popular Norway Maple. 

60 5 to 6 ft, whips $19.00 $175.00 

10 6 to 7 ft., whips, 22.50 _____ 

platanoides. Norway Maple. 90 feet. Zone 4. 

Forms a round head with large, deep green leaves. Yellow fall foliage. Very 
hardy and transplants easily. 

160 4 to 5 ft., whips 7.00 65.00 

50 5 to 6 ft., whips 9.00 85.00 

40 6 to 7 ft., whips 11.00 100.00 

20 7 to 8 ft., whips 15.00 135.00 

50 8 to 10 ft., branched 32.50 300.00 



platanoides Crimson King. Crimson King Maple. Pat. No. 735. Zone 5. 

Hardy, improved form of Schwedler Maple. Leaves are deep purplish red 

throughout entire spring and summer. 

10-49 50-99 

eSLC__l 6£LC_tl 

70 4 to 5 ft, whips $ 1.60 $ 1.45 

130 5 to 6 ft, whips 2.10 1.80 

120 6 to 7 ft, whips 2.60 2.30 

50 7 to 8 ft, whips 3.15 2.85 



platanoides Faassen Red leaf. Faassen Redleaf Maple. Zone 5. 

Per 10 Per 100 

A red-leaf Maple that retains its color throughout the summer months. 

Similar to Crimson King but without patent 



220 5 to 6 ft, whips $16.50 $125.00 

80 6 to 7 ft, whips 22.50 200.00 

50 5 to 6 ft, branched 32.50 300.00 

130 6 to 8 ft., branched 45.00 400.00 

20 8 to 10 ft branched - 55.00 

70 1U to 1% in. Cal 72.50 650.00 



platanoides Royal Red. Redleaf Maple. Zone 5. 

A hew introduction with very glossy large leaves of rich dark red. Holds 
color throughout growing season. Straight and sturdy trunk and a well 
shaped tree. 

Per 10 Per 100 

130 5 to 6 ft, whips $18.00 $165.00 

80 6 to 7 ft., whips 23.50 215.00 

60 7 to 8 ft., whips 30.00 270.00 

60 8 to 10 ft, branched 60.00 550.00 



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NUT, ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES— Continued 
ACER — Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 

piatanoides Schwedler. Schwedler Maple. 40-50 feet. Zone 5. 

Perfectly shaped tree with purplish red leaves in spring and early summer, 
turning to yellow in autumn. 

170 5 to 6 ft., whips $18.00 $160.00 

110 7 to 8 ft., whips 23.50 210.00 

30 5 to 6 ft., branched 27.50 

200 8 to 10 ft., branched 37.50 350.00 

rubrum. Red Maple. 120 feet. Zone 4. 

A fast growing tree producing conspicuous red flowers in early spring and 
brilliant red leaves early in fall. 

100 5 to 6 ft. branched 25.00 

10 6 to 8 ft, branched 32.50 

40 8 to 10 ft., branched 40.00 

saccharinum. Silver Maple. 120 feet. Zone 4. 

Very hardy, rapid-growing tree. Leaves finely cut, green with silvery white 
underneath. 

130 1% to 1V 2 in. Cal 27.50 

20 1% to 1% in. Cal 35.00 

saccharum. Sugar Maple. 120 feet. Zone 4. 

Stately, upright shade tree. Leaves turn scarlet, orange and yellow in fall. 
Fine street and lawn specimen. 

360 5 to 6 ft., branched 30.00 275.00 

340 6 to 8 ft., branched 37.50 350.00 

30 8 to 10 ft 45.00 425.00 

BETULA 

pendula. European White Birch. 50-60 feet. Zone 2. 

Exceedingly graceful tree with slightly pendulous branches. White bark. 
Yellow fall foliage. 

40 4 to 5 ft 12.50 110.00 

240 5 to 6 ft 16.50 150.00 

250 6 to 8 ft 22.50 200.00 

30 8 to 10 ft., branched 30.00 275.00 

pendula. Clump Form European White Birch. 20-25 feet. Zone 2. 

Beautiful form of White Birch having three or more trunks from the 
ground. 

20 3 to 4 ft 21.50 190.00 

120 4 to 5 ft 26.00 235.00 

250 5 to 6 ft 32.50 300.00 

200 6 to 7 ft. 38.00 350.00 

pendula gracilis. Cutleaf European White Birch. 30-40 feet. Zone 2. 

Very slender pendulous branches with laciniate leaves very finely cut. 

Yellow fall foliage. 

20 4 to 5 ft 19.00 

20 5 to 6 ft 25.00 

130 6 to 7 ft 27.50 250.00 



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NUT, ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES— Continued 

CE1TIS 

Per 10 Per 100 

occidentalis. Common Hackberry. 50-70 feet. Zone 4. 

Well formed shade tree of good foliage and dense habit. 

330 3 to 4 ft $ 9.00 $ 80.00 

790 4 to 5 ft 11.00 100.00 

960 5 to 6 ft 15.50 140.00 

460 6 to 8 ft 25.00 225.00 

CERCIS 

canadensis. Eastern Redbud. 35 feet. Zone 5. 

Produces an abundance of reddish-pink flowers in early spring. Blooming 
with the Flowering Dogwood. Forms a broad head of glossy, heart-shaped 
leaves that turn pale yellow in fall. 

940 10 to 24 in., shrub form 6.00 55.00 

740 2 to 3 ft., shrub form 8.00 75.00 

CORNUS 

florida. Flowering Dogwood. 30-40 feet. Zone 5. 

One of the best native ornamentals. White flowers in mid-May, good summer 
foliage not marred by insects or disease, brilliant red berries and vivid color 
in autumn. 

110 3 to 4 ft 18.00 165.00 

florida rubra. Red Flowering Dogwood. 30-40 feet. Zone 5. 

Bright pink flowers in mid May. Red berries and scarlet foliage in fall. 
Dense foliage resistant to insects and disease. Horizontal branching habit. 
150 2 to 3 ft. (balled in moss) 27.50 250.00 

mas. Cornelian Cherry Dogwood. 24 feet. Zone 5. 

Small, yellow flowers appear before the shiny green leaves in early April. 
Edible fruit % to %" long turn scarlet in August. Red foliage in fall. 

500 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 

120 18 to 24 in 6.50 60.00 

CRATAEGUS 

oxyacantha pauli. Paul's Scarlet Hawthern. 12-15 feet. Zone 5. 

Flowers are double bright scarlet. One of the most showy of all the Haw- 
thorn. 

40 4 to 5 ft 19.00 175.00 

70 5 to 6 ft 25.00 225.00 

20 6 to 7 ft 32.50 300.00 

ELAEAGNUS 

angustifolia. Russian Olive. 25 feet. Zone 3. 

Very hardy small tree or large shrub with conspicuous silvery gray 

foliage. Small fragrant flowers are yellow inside and silver outside. Yellow 
coated berries with silver scales. 

610 2 to 3 ft 9.50 85.00 

50 3 to 4 ft 14.00 125.00 

110 4 to 5 ft 18.00 165.00 

FRAXENUS 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

americana. White Ash. 100 feet. Zone 3. 

Tall, rapid growing tree valued for street and park planting. Dense foliage 
turns deep purple or yellow in autumn. 

130 3 to 4 ft $ 9.00 $ 80.00 $ 

110 4 to 5 ft 11.00 100.00 

220 5 to 6 ft 15.50 140.00 

200 6 to 8 ft 25.00 225.00 

130 8 to 10 ft 35.00 325.00 

100 1% to 1% in. Cal 37.50 350.00 



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NUT, ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES — Continued 
FRAXINUS— Continued 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

pennsylvanica laneeolata. Green Ash. 50-60 feet. Zone S. 

Shapely, vigorous and dense tree. Yellow autumn foliage. Very hardy. 



280 3 to 4 ft $ 8.50 $ 80.00 $750.00 

250 4 to 5 ft.__ 11.00 100.00 900.00 

520 5 to 6 ft 15.50 140.00 

990 6 to 8 ft 25.00 225.00 

200 8 to 10 ft 32.50 300.00 



pennsylvanica laneeolata Marshall's Seedless. 50-60 feet. Zone 3. 

Per 10 Per 100 

Desirable for street and lawn planting as it does not produce seeds. Grows 

quite rapidly into a round symmetrical tree. 

50 6 to 8 ft., branched $30.00 $275.00 

60 8 to 10 ft, branched 37.50 350.00 

GLEDITSIA 

triacanthos inermis. Thornless Honeylocust. May. 50-60 feet. Zone 5. 

Broad, open tree with fine textured leaves that appear late in spring and 
drop early in fall. Long twisted pods remain on tree long after leaves have 
fallen. Adaptable to most any location. 

480 4 to 5 ft., whips l__ 8.00 75.00 

70 5 to 6 ft, whips 11.00 100.00 

410 4 to 5 ft, branched 11.00 100.00 

Ruby Lace Honeylocust. Pat. No. 2038. Zone 5. 

The new red locust New foliage is red changing to bronze at maturity. 
Spreading branch habit. 

10-49 50-249 

Each Each 

Two Year Tops. Branched. 

100 4 to 5 ft $ 3.75 $ 3.00 

220 5 to 6 ft 4.40 3.50 



GYMNOCLADUS 

dioicus. Kentucky Coffeetree. 90 feet. Zone 5. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
Large branching, open, picturesque habit. Particularly interesting during 
the long winter months. 

370 3 to 4 ft ------ $16.50 $150.00 $1350.00 

470 4 to 5 ft 22.50 200.00 1750.00 

330 5 to 6 ft 27.50 250.00 2250.00 

130 6 to 8 ft 35.00 325.00 

20 8 to 10 ft 40.00 ----- 



LABURNUM 

watereri (vossi) Waterer Laburnum. 25-30 feet. Zone 6. 

Dense habit. Flowers are large and deep yellow, pea like in pendulous clus- 
ters appearing in late May. 

Per 10 

50 6 to 8 ft, branched . $32.50 

LIRIODENDRON 

tulipifera. Tulip Tree. 150 feet. Zone 5. 

Broadly pyramidal tree with massive branches. Large saddle-shaped leaves 
turn yellow in autumn. Greenish-yellow flowers, with broad orange band 
near petal base, and of tulip-shape and size; appear in mid-June. Tree 
requires lots of space. Disease and insect resistant. 

40 4 to 5 ft 20.00 

10 5 to 6 ft . 25.00 

20 6 to 8 ft 30.00 



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13 



NUT, ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES — Continued 



MALUS, Flowering Crab 

2 to 3 ft 

3 to 4 ft 

4 to 5 ft 

5 to 6 ft 

18 to 24 in., whij 

2 to 3 ft., whips 

3 to 4 ft., whips 

4 to 5 ft., whips 



baccata mandshurica. 50 ft. Zone 3. 



Per 10 


Per 100 


t~IO OA 


*11ft f\f\ 
$±±V.\J\J 


15.50 


140.00 


19.00 


175.00 


25.00 


225.00 


7.50 


70.00 


9.50 


90.00 


12.50 


110.00 


15.00 


135.00 



3/4' 2/3' 4/5'w 3/4'w 2/3'wl8/24"w 



Very fragrant single white flow- 
ers. Earliest to bloom. Very har- 
dy. Red fruit. Vigorous and den- 
se. Annual. Resistant to fire 

blight. 80 20 80 30 

Halliana parkmanni. 10-15 ft. Zone 6. 

Double pink flowers, red fruits. 20 40 40 



Ioensis Plena Improved. 25 ft. Zone 3. 

Very double and fragrant pink 
bloom. Green fruit. Vigorous an- 
nual. 100 360 380 



Kingsmere. 10-15 ft. Zone 3. 

Carmine buds and single pink 
flowers. Purplish-red fruits. Bron- 
ze foliage. Annual bearer. 70 20 20 



micromalus. Midget Crab. 20 ft. Zone 5. 
Single pink flowers. Blooms 

young. Alternate bloomer. 30 50 20 20 



Red Splendor. 

Single carmine flowers. Red 
fruits and purplish foliage. An- 

nual. 80 180 120 



Van Eseltine. 10-15 ft Zone 4. 

Double carmine flowers. Yellow 

and red fruit. 60 20 80 



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NUT, ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES — Continued 



MALUS, Flowering Grab 

Per 10 Per 100 

2 to 3 ft $ 8.50 $ 80.00 

3 to 4 ft 12.00 110.00 

4 to 5 ft 15.50 140.00 

5 to 6 ft 22.50 200.00 

6 to 8 ft 27.50 250.00 

18 to 24 in., whips 5.50 50.00 

|- 2 to 3 ft., whips 6.50 60.00 

3 to 4 ft., whips 9.50 90.00 



4/5' 3/4' 2/3' 3/4'w 2/3'w 18/24"w 



Almey. 15-20 ft. Zone 3. 

Single carmine flowers, white 
center, bright red fruit. Resis- 
tant to fire blight. .. . 110 500 200 



Cowichan. 18 ft. Zone 5. 

Single purplish-red flowers and 
fruits. Red autumn foliage. An- 
nual. Good fruit for jelly 140 230 60 60 60 



Dorothea. 10-ft. Zone 5. 

Semi-double, pink and white. Yel- 
low fruit. Annual. Blooms very 

young. 20 50 180 



Evelyn. 25 ft. Zone 4. 

Single pink flowers. Fragrant. 
Red fruit. Dark green foliage 
with purplish cast. Purple, red 
and orange fall foliage. Erect 

habit. 20 30 



Jay Darling. 15 ft. Zone 5. 

Purplish-red flowers and fruit. 

Single. 50 20 .... 60 20 



Makamik. 40 ft. Zone 5. 

Single purplish-red blooms. Red 
fruit. Dense bronze foliage. An- 
nual. 90 20 80 60 100 



Purple Wave. 8 ft. Zone 5. 

Rose-red flowers. Red fruits. Pur- 
ple foliage with copper under- 
tone. 40 



purpurea lemoinei. 25 ft. Zone 5. 

Carmine bloom, single and semi- 
double. Purplish-red fruit. Very 
dark green foliage on a dense 
tree. 20 30 



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15 



NUT, ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES — Continued 
MALUS, Flowering Crab 

Per 10 Per 100 

2 to 3 ft $ 7.50 $ 70.00 

3 to 4 ft 9.00 85.00 

18 to 24 in., whips 5.00 45.00 

2 to 3 ft., whips 6.00 55.00 

3 to 4 ft., whips 7.00 65.00 

3/4» 2/3' 3/4'w 2/3'wl8/24"w 

purpurea eleyi. 25 ft. Zone 4. 

Single reddish-purple blooms, fruits and 

foliage. Annual. . 160 140 100 140 40 

MALUS DWARF. Dwarf Flowering Crab. 

Per 10 Per 100 

2 to 3 ft $16.50 $150.00 

3 to 4 ft 19.00 175.00 

4 to 5 ft 25.00 225.00 

5 to 6 ft .. 30.00 275.00 

3/4' 2/3' 

Almey 60 40 

Radiant ____ 80 120 

PLATANUS 

occidentalis. American Planetree. 120-150 feet. Zone 6. 

Large leaves on one of most massive and tallest of trees. White bark peels 
in flakes. Popular as shade and avenue tree. 

340 4 to 5 ft 11.00 100.00 

50 5 to 6 ft 15.50 140.00 

POPULUS 

alba pyramidalis. Bolleana Poplar. 90 feet. Zone 4. 

Large tree of irregular habit; rather open and columnar. Large lobed leaves 
with down white undersurface are lightly red in fall. Whitish gray bark. 
More resistant to trunk canker than Lombardy. Withstands drouth and 
poor soil. 

670 3 to 4 ft 7.50 70.00 

380 4 to 5 ft 10.00 90.00 

140 5 to 6 ft 14.00 125.00 

PRUNUS 

Newport. Purple-leaved Plum. 15 feet. Zone 4. 

A large, hardy shrub or small tree with upright growth and distinctive 
purplish red foliage. On native plum. 

100 2 to 3 ft 9.00 85.00 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
persica. Flowering Peach (tree form on peach). 15-18 feet. Zone 6. 

2 to 3 ft $ 5.50 $ 50.00 $450.00 

3 to 4 ft 8.00 75.00 700.00 

4 to 5 ft 11.00 100.00 950.00 

5 to 6 ft 14.00 125.00 

6 to 8 ft. 16.50 150.00 

6/8' 5/6* 4/5* 3/4' 2/3* 

Cardinal, double red 70 740 1630 350 

Iceberg, white 20 40 90 180 200 

Pink Charming, double pink 20 230 290 190 180 

Rutgers, Purpleleaf Peach. 

A vigorous growing purple leaved Peach. Provides useful color accent. 

910 2 to 3 ft 4.00 35.00 300.00 

2270 3 to 4 ft 5.50 50.00 450.00 



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NUT, ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES— Continued 
PRUNUS— Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

serrulata Kwanzan. 12-18 feet. Zone 5-6. 

Hardiest of all double flowered Oriental Cherries. Deep pink flowers 2 1 / £ 
inches diameter in May. Reddish-copper young foliage in spring. 

30 3 to 4 ft $20.00 $175.00 $ 

50 5 to 6 ft 30.00 275.00 



Thundercloud. Purple Leaved Plum. 12 feet. Zone 4. 

Dense tree with deep solid purple foliage all season. Rosy pink flowers as 
leaves unfold. Very hardy. 

330 2 to 3 ft 9.00 85.00 

100 3 to 4 ft 12.50 110.00 

70 4 to 5 ft 15.00 



QUERCUS 

palustris. Pin Oak. 75 feet. Zone 5. 

A broadly pyramidal tree of dense branching habit. Branches droop slightly. 
Leaves of deep green, glossy and finely divided. Scarlet autumn foliage. A 
most desirable shade tree but requires ample space. 



540 3 to 4 ft 14.00 125.00 

1180 4 to 5 ft 20.00 175.00 

850 5 to 6 ft 25.00 225.00 

50 6 to 8 ft 35.00 325.00 

40 8 to 10 ft 45.00 425.00 

50 1% to 1% in. Cal 55.00 



SALIX 

alba tristis. Nlobe Willow. 50 feet. Zone 3. 

Extremely hardy "Golden Weeping Willow" of exceptional grace and beauty. 
450 4 to 5 ft 8.00 75.00 700.00 



blanda. Wisconsin Weeping Willow. 40 feet. Zone 5. 

A very hardy, popular, free^barked weeping willow. Wide-spreading head. 
Long drooping branches are extremely graceful. 

270 3 to 4 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 

710 4 to 5 ft 8.00 75.00 700.00 

1030 5 to 6 ft 12.50 110.00 1000.00 

1730 6 to 8 ft 16.50 150.00 1350.00 

1560 8 to 10 ft 22.50 200.00 1800.00 

50 1% to 1V 2 in. Cal 27.50 250.00 



discolor French Pink. 20 feet. Zone 3. 

A new French variety with pinkish, long catkins. 

1970 12 to 18 in 3.50 30.00 250.00 

1020 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 400.00 

SORBUS 

aucuparia. European Mountainash. 45 feet. Zone 3. 

A smooth barked tree having a dense, pyramidal head. Bright red-orange 
berries are produced in large clusters. 



120 4 to 5 ft., whips 14.00 

100 5 to 6 ft, whips 16.50 

200 4 to 5 ft 19.00 175.00 

330 5 to 6 ft 25.00 225.00 

620 6 to 8 ft 30.00 275.00 

230 8 to 10 ft 35.00 325.00 

aucuparia. Lombarts Hybrids. 

40 4 to 5 ft 21.50 

80 5 to 6 ft 27.50 

30 6 to 8 ft 33.00 



Apricot Queen, apricot colored berries. 



WHOLESALE TRADE LIST 



IT 



NUT, ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES— Continued 

TUJA 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

americana. American Linden. 100 feet. Zone 3. 

Rather fast growing tree with open head. Large, coarse leaves turn yellow 
in fall. Dropping clusters of fragrant yellow flowers in July. Good street tree. 

150 3 to 4 ft $11.00 $100.00 $ 

370 4 to 5 ft 16.50 140.00 

80 5 to 6 ft . . 22.50 200.00 

60 6 to 8 ft 30.00 275.00 

200 8 to 10 ft 37.50 350.00 

cordata Greenspire. Greenspire Linden. Pat. No. 2086. 70 feet. Zone 4. 

Small leathery foliage on a narrow oval formed tree of rapid growth. Forma 

a perfectly straight trunk without staking or pruning. Flowers have a spicy 
fragrance. Outstanding for both landscape and street use. 

10-49 50-249 

2 year branched. Each Each 

100 4 to 5 ft $3.00 $ 2.50 

380 6 to 8 ft 5.00 4.00 

ULMUS 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

americana. American Elm. 100-120 feet. Zone 2. 

A stately tree of unique vase-shaped form with widely arching branches. 

250 3 to 4 ft 

800 4 to 5 ft 

2000 5 to 6 ft 

3000 6 to 8 ft 

1800 8 to 10 ft 

200 1% to iy 2 in. Cal 

americana Moline. Mo line Elm. 80-100 feet. Zone 3. 

Narrow, pyramidal, rapid-growing tree with large handsome green foliage. 

40 4 to 5 ft 10.00 90.00 850.00 

80 5 to 6 ft 13.00 115.00 1000.00 

100 6 to 8 ft 16.50 150.00 1350.00 

200 8 to 10 ft 23.50 210.00 1800.00 

220 1% to 1% in. Cal 32.50 300.00 

60 1% to 1% in. Cal 40.00 375.00 

hybrid. Hybrid Elm. 60 feet. Zone 4. 

Hybrid of americana and pumila on pumila. Large dark green leaves. 
Strong, straight branches. Hardy. 

540 4 to 5 ft., whips 8.00 75.00 700.00 

680 5 to 6 ft, whips 11.00 100.00 900.00 

180 6 to 7 ft., whips 17.50 165.00 

230 6 to 8 ft., branched 22.50 200.00 

pumila. Chinese Elm. 75 feet. Zone 5. 

A hardy, rapid-growing tree. Small dense foliage. Drought resistant. 

360 3 to 4 ft 5.50 50.00 450.00 

720 4 to 5 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 

1000 5 to 6 ft . 10.00 90.00 850.00 

50 6 to 8 ft 16.50 140.00 1250.00 

200 8 to 10 ft 20.00 175.00 1500.00 

300 1% to 1% in. Cal 25.00 225.00 2000.00 

180 1% to 1% in. Cal 30.00 275.00 



> 4.50 


$ 40.00 


$350.00 


6.50 


60.00 


550.00 


8.00 


75.00 


700.00 


12.00 


110.00 


1000.00 


18.00 


165.00 


1500.00 


25.00 


225.00 





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Ornamental Shrubs 



Our shrubs are bushy and well rooted, twice transplanted and many graded 
stronger than is required by the American Nurseryman's Association. 

The month indicates the beginning of bloom period; size denotes average height 
of shrub at maturity if left unsheared. 
r- 

SHRUBS ARE TIED 9/12 and 12/18 in., 25; 18/24 in. and 2/3 ft., 10; and 
3/4 and 4/5 ft. 5 per bundle. WE DO NOT BREAK BUNDLES. 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

BERBERIS 

mentorensis. Mentor Barberry. May. 5 feet. Zone 6. 

A cross between thunbergi and julianae, mentorensis is a strong, upright 
growing plant of heavy, dark green foliage. Survives cold as well as very 
hot, dry conditions. 

230 9 to 12 in $ 3.50 $ 30.00 $ 

thunbergi. Japanese Barberry. May. 5 feet. Zone 6. 

Hardy shrub, splendid for hedges or massing. Delicate yellow flowers. Bril- 
liant fall foliage, followed by scarlet berries. Showy in winter. 

850 9 to 12 in 2.50 20.00 180.00 

2450 12 to 15 in 3.50 30.00 250.00 

2870 15 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

2270 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 450.00 

820 2 to 2% ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 

thunbergi atropurpurea. Redleaf Japanese Barberry. May. 5 feet. Zone 6. 

Warm bronze-red foliage in a sunny exposure. Intensified in summer and 
fall. Brilliant accent as a sheared or natural specimen 

970 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 

970 12 to 15 in._ 4.50 40.00 

thunbergi erecta. Truehedge Columnberry. May. 6 feet. Zone 6. 

Recommended for formal hedges, individual specimen shrubs, window boxes, 
etc. Grows in pyramidal form without pruning. Has dense glossy foliage; 
valuable for many purposes. 

200 9 to 12 in 2.50 20.00 180.00 

BUDDLEIA 

Butterflybush. July. 4-6 feet. Zone 6. 

Cut tops back severely when planting for best results. 

No. 1 4.50 40.00 350.00 

Medium 3.50 30.00 250.00 

Varieties available at above prices. 

No. 1 Med. 

Charming. 5-6 feet. 

Unusually large compact spikes of pink flowers with lavender 
cast. Blooms all summer. A striking plant in any landscape. 
One of the best pinks 2080 3110 

Dubonnet. 4-5 feet. 

Beautiful wine-red flowers with large individual florets. A 

gorgeous cut flower. 2050 1580 

Empire Blue. 

An excellent shade of blue combining Aster blue with a lilac 

tone. 1290 1080 

He de France. 4-5 feet. 

Long spikes of dark claret-purple. 2930 940 

Peace. 

Pure white flowers in long, well-formed spikes. Vigorous plant. 2210 1010 
Royal Red. 

Rich, dark royal purple flowers. Foliage deep leathery green. 1450 2860 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— Continued 
BUDDLEIA — Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

African Queen. 

One of the darkest new fine purples. 

60 No. 1 _ $ 5.50 $ 50.00 $ 

120 Medium 4.50 40.00 



Black Knight. 

New. Almost black-blue, darkest of all. Large trusses and free blooming. 

1630 No. 1 5.50 50.00 450.00 

1610 Medium 4.50 40.00 350.00 



CALYCANTHUS 

Per 10 Per 100 

floridus. Carolina Allspice. May. 9 feet. Zone 5. 

Dense shrub with glossy leaves and fragrant flowers of dark, reddish-brown. 

Foliage is aromatic when crushed and turns yellow in fall. Does well in 
most any soil. 

30 18 to 24 in $ 5.50 $ 50.00 

70 2 to 3 ft 7.00 65.00 



OABAGANA 

arborescens. Siberian Peashrub. May. 15-20 feet. Zone 3. 

Produces clusters of yellow, pea-like flowers in midst of small, light green 
foliage. Completely hardy. Valuable in groups or as specimen. 

830 9 to 12 in 2.50 20.00 

920 12 to 18 in. 3.00 25.00 

230 18 to 24 in 4.00 35.00 



CABYOPTERIS Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

clandonensis. Blue Mist. August. 4 feet. Zone 6. 

Low growing shrub covered with numerous clusters of powdery blue, fringed 
flowers from August to frost. The foliage is lanceolate, slightly toothed and 
silvery green in color. Hardy but dies back to ground in north. 

670 No. 1 $ 4.50 $ 40.00 $350.00 

440 Medium 3.50 30.00 250.00 



OHAENOMELES 



japonica. Japanese Flowering Quince. May. 3 feet. Zone 4. 

Orange-scarlet flowers and spicily fragrant roi 
foliage. Bushy, dense growth. Cutting grown. 
600 12 to 18 in 



3000 2 to 3 ft. 
1000 3 to 4 ft 



d fruits. Dark 


shiny 


4.00 


35.00 


300.00 


5.00 


45.00 


400.00 


6.00 


55.00 


500.00 


7.50 


70.00 


650.00 



japonica rubra. Bed Flowering Japanese Quince. May. 3 feet. Zone 4. 



An improved, non-fruiting strain which produces true bright red flowers. 



600 


9 to 12 in 


3.00 


25.00 


200.00 


2340 


12 to 18 in 


4.00 


35.00 


300.00 


3600 


18 to 24 in. 


5.00 


45.00 


400.00 


2030 
690 


2 to 3 ft 


6.00 


55.00 


500.00 


3 to 4 ft 


7.50 


70.00 



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THE SHENANDOAH NURSERIES, SHENANDOAH, IOWA 



ORN AMEN TAX, SHRUBS — Continued 
CHAENOMELES-— Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

iagenaria and superba. Japan Quince. 6 feet. Zone 4. 

9 to 12 in z $ 4.50 $ 40.00 $ 

12 to 18 in : 5.50 50.00 

18 to 24 in 7.50 70.00 

Following varieties at above prices: 

18/24" 12/18" 9/12" 

Aurea (S) reddish orange. %" diameter bloom. 80 190 60 

Nivalis (L) white. Single. 290 310 150 

Pink Lady (S) pink. Large flowers on low spreading almost 

thornless plant. Long booming period. 180 70 

Red Chief (L) deep red. Double. Medium, upright plant. 100 

Texas Scarlet (S) watermelon red. Low, compact, almost 

thornless plant. 130 380 

CORNUS Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

alba sibirica. Siberian Dogwood. May. 9 feet. Zone 3. 

Stout, erect, bright branches. White flowers are followed by porcelain-blue 
berries. Outstandingly effective for winter color. 

160 12 to 18 in $ 4.00 $ 35.00 $ 

200 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 450.00 

1730 2 to 3 ft. 6.50 60.00 550.00 

20 3 to 4 ft 8.00 75.00 

elegantissima variegata. Variegated Dogwood. April. 20 feet. Zone 5. 

Small, yellow flowers before leaves are creamy-white and pink variegated. 
Edible % inch scarlet fruit in August. Red autumn foliage. 

390 2 to 3 ft 11.00 100.00 

stolonifera. Redosier Dogwood. May. 7 feet. Zone 3. 

Attractive medium sized shrub particularly valued for brilliant red winter 
twigs. Small dull white flowers are followed by white berries. 

250 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 300.00 

230 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 

stolonifera flaviramea. Yellowtwig Dogwood. May. 7 feet. Zone 3. 

A striking yellow-branched form of stolonifera, highly decorative. 

1370 12 to 18 in. 4.00 35.00 300.00 

2580 18 to 24 in.... 5.50 50.00 450.00 

2360 2 to 3 ft... 6.50 60.00 550.00 

1200 3 to 4 ft-. - 8.00 75.00 

OOTXNUS (RHUS) 

coggygria. Common Smoketree. June. 15 feet. Zone 5. 

Commonly called "Purple Fringe" because of its pinkish plumose fruit 
panicles. These panicles are borne in great profusion giving the whole plant 

a pink smoky appearance. Flat round leaves are stained pink when young 
and have yellow and purple tones in autumn. 

870 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 

COTONEASTER 

acuti folia. Peking Cotoneaster. May. 10-12 feet. Zone 5. 

Pink blooms in 2 to 5 flowered clusters. Black berries. Prefers a sunny 
spot in well drained soil. Decidious. 

240 12 to 18 in ..- 3.50 30.00 250.00 

600 18 to 24 in 4.50 40.00 360.00 

2040 2 to 3 ft. 5.50 50.00 450.00 



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21 



ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— Continued 
COTONEASTER — Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

divaricata. Spreading Cotoneaster. May. 6 feet. Zone 6u 

Pink flowers followed by red fruit in fall and winter. Foliage semi-evergreen 
turning dull red in autumn. Plant of graceful spreading habit. 

40 12 to 18' in $ 6.00 $ 55.00 $ 

370 18 to 24 in 8.00 75.00 

80 2 to 3 ft 9.00 . 

horizontalis. Rock Cotoneaster. June. 3 feet. Zone 5. 

Small pink flowers followed by bright red berries in early fall. Semi-evergreen 
foliage red and orange in late autumn. Flat horizontal branches make this an 
ideal rock garden plant. 

600 9 to 12 in 5.50 . 

DEUTZIA 

gracilis. Slender Deutzia. May. 3 feet. Zone 5. 

Dwarf free flowering shrub with slender arching branches. Bears a pro- 
fusion of small snow white flowers. 

420 12 to 15 in 5.00 45.00 400.00 

lemoinei. Lemoine Deutzia. May. 7 feet. Zone 5. 

Very floriferous, semi-dwarf hybrid variety. Creamy white flowers in up- 
right racemes. Distinctly different. 

170 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 

280 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

890 18 to 24 in 6.00 55.00 500.00 

scabra. Pride of Rochester. May. 6-8 ft. Zone 6. 

Double white flowers remain effectively in bloom over a long period. Earlier 
to bloom than other varieties. 

340 9 to 12 in 2.50 20.00 

1400 12 to 18 in 3.50 30.00 250.00 

870 18 to 24 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

90 2 to 3 ft 5.50 50.00 

EUONYMUS 

fortunei radicans erecta. Upright Wintercreeper (Sarcoxie Strain). 3-4 feet. 

Natural upright plant. Will grow taller if sheared. Almost evergreen. Hardy. 

220 9 to 12 in 4.50 40.00 

80 12 to 15 in 7.00 65.00 

80 15 to 18 in 8.50 80.00 

klautchovicus. (Patens) Spreading Euonymus. 9 feet. Zone 7. 

Somewhat similar to but hardier than the evergreen Euonymus japonica. 
Leaves are lighter green and not as thick. Half evergreen in north. Fruit 
pinkish to red capsules especially attractive in October and November. 

70 9 to 12 in 4.50 40.00 

60 12 to 15 in 5.50 50.00 

FORSYTHIA 

Arnold Dwarf. 2 feet. Zone 5. 

A new dwarf type with excellent foliage. Desirable as a ground cover. 

150 12 to 18 in 5.00 45.00 

210 18 to 24 in 7.00 65.00 600.00 

830 2 to 2% ft . 8.50 80.00 750.00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS — Continued 



FORSYTHIA — Continued 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

Beatrix Farrand. 6-8 feet. Zone 5. 

A new Porsythia from the Arnold Arboretum, Very vigorous grower develop- 
ing into a large, symmetrical plant. Deep golden yellow flowers, often 2 
inches in diameter with striking orange markings in the throat. 

540 12 to 18 in $ 4.00 $ 35.00 $ 

1690 18 to 24 in. 5.50 50.00 

1190 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 



intermedia spectabilis. Showy Border Forsythia. April. 8-9 feet. Zone 5. 

Deep yellow flowers produced in abundance. Upright habit of growth makes 
this an excellent specimen. 

500 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 

4070 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 



Lynwood Gold. April. 6-8 feet. Zone 5. 

Erect branches are covered with golden yellow blooms in early April. Superb 
for cutting and flowering in the house during the winter. 

1540 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 450.00 

1630 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 

600 3 to 4 ft 8.00 75.00 



ovata. Early Forsythia. April. 6-8 feet. Zone 0. 

The earliest to bloom and also the hardiest Forsythia. Good yellow blooms. 

330 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 450.00 

950 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 

210 3 to 4 ft 8.00 75.00 



Spring Glory. April. 7-S feet. Zone 5. 

A new Forsythia which is, without a doubt, the loveliest of all. Its large 
pale yellow flowers completely cover the branches. The pale yellow is 
very brilliant and attractive. 

1400 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 450.00 

1490 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 



suspensa sieboldi. Siebold Weeping Forsythia. April. 9 feet. Zone 6. 

Bright yellow flowers are produced on very slender pendulous branches. Can 
be used to over hang wall or trained for a trellis. Branches root readily where 
they touch the ground. 

470 12 to 18 in 6.00 55.00 500.00 

100 18 to 24 in 7.00 65.00 600.00 

610 2 to 3 ft 8.00 75.00 700.00 



HIBISCUS 

syriacus. Shrubalthea. (Rose of Sharon) August. 10-12 feet. Zone 6. 

Large desirable shrub for specimen, group and screen planting. 

12 to 18 in 3.00 25.00 200.00 

18 to 24 in 4.00 35.00 325.00 

2 to 3 ft 5.00 45.00 400.00 

3 to 4 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 

3/4' 2/3' 18/24" 12/18" 

Anemone, double pink 230 500 230 130 

Ardens, double purple 170 570 240 90 

Boule de Feu, double purplish-red 290 360 260 160 

Jeanne de Arc, double pure white 220 490 130 100 

Lucy, semi-double, rose -- 90 260 140 250 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— Continued 

HYDRANGEA 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
arborescens grandiflora. Snowhill Hydrangea. July. 3-5 feet. Zone 4. 

Upright, dense growing shrub with creamy white flowers in large rounded 
clusters about 6 inches in diameter. Easily grown, popular shrub particularly 

adapted to shade or semi-shade situations. 

250 12 to 18 in $ 4.00 $ 35.00 $300.00 

870 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 450.00 

1000 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 



paniculata grandiflora. Feegee Hydrangea. August. 25 feet. Zone 4. 

Enormous trusses of double white flowers changing in late Autumn to shades 
of pink and bronze. Responds to close pruning and fertilization. 

370 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 300.00 

610 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 450.00 

460 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 



ILEX 

verticillata. Black Alder. Winter berry. June. 9 feet. Zone 4. 

A deciduous holly. Bright red berries while leaves are still green and fre- 
quently remain until Christmas. Does well in damp areas. 

530 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 

210 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 



KERRIA 

japonica. May. 4-6 feet. Zone 5. 

Dense shrub. Bright green foliage. Showy yellow flowers in early spring. 
Winter branches are green. 

140 9 to 12 in 4.00 35.00 

210 12 to 18 in 5.00 45.00 

40 18 to 24 in 7.00 65.00 

60 2 to 3 ft 8.50 80.00 



KOLKWITZIA 

amabilis. Beautybush. June. 10 feet. Zone 5. 

A tall, upright growing plant with arching branches providing ornamental 

interest the year around. Pink flowers similar to Weigela, are borne in pro- 
fusion. 

710 12 to 18 in 5.00 45.00 

800 18 to 24 in 6.00 55.00 500.00 

1250 2 to 3 ft 7.50 70.00 650.00 



LAGERSTROEMIA 

indica. Common Crapemyrtle. August. 18-20 feet. Zone 7. 

Crinkled bright pink to red flowers to IV2 inches in diameter produced over 
a long period. Blooms on current years growth so heavy pruning can be 
practiced. Vigorous rounded habit. Available in the following color varieties. 

12 to 18 in. 3.50 30.00 250.00 

18 to 24 in. .. 4.50 40.00 350.00 

2 to 3 ft. ... - 5.50 50.00 450.00 



2/3' 18/24" 12/18' 



Pink 

Purple . 

Watermelon Red 
White . 





250 


160 


260 


270 


100 


200 


220 


40 


130 




50 



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ORNAMENTAL. SHRUBS — Continued 

LONICERA 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
claveyi nana. Claveyi Dwarf Honeysuckle. May. 5 feet. Zone 5. 

A new, compact growing, dwarf Honeysuckle. Grows into well-finished globe 
shape without shearing. Excellent specimen or as edging and hedging. 

60 12 to 18 in $ 4.00 $ 35.00 $ 

30 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 

500 2 to 2% ft 6.00 55.00 



fragrantissima. White Honeysuckle. April. 6 feet. Zone 6. 

Fragrant white flowers are produced on previous year's growth followed 
by white fruits. Foliage is stiff, leathery and half-evergreen. 

160 12 to 18 in 4.00 

190 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 



morrowi. Morrow Honeysuckle. May. 6 feet. Zone 4. 

Noted chiefly for its dense, moundlike habit of growth. Produces white 
flowers changing to yellow followed by dark red berries. 

220 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 

280 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 

310 2 to 3 ft 6.00 55.00 



tatarica alba. White Tatarian Honeysuckle. May. 8-10 feet. Zone 3. 

Flowers of pure white are followed by red berries. Upright, neat habit. 

390 12 to 18 in 3.50 30.00 250.00 

1160 18 to 24 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

1620 2 to 3 ft ,_. 5.50 50.00 



tatarica rosea. Rosy Tatarian Honeysuckle. May. 8-10 feet Zone 3. 

Excellent blooms of rosy pink outside and light pink inside. An abundance 
of red berries. 

3520 12 to 18 in 3.50 30.00 250.00 

790 18 to 24 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

1830 2 to 3 ft 5.50 50.00 450.00 

1700 3 to 4 ft 7.00 65.00 600.00 

5150 4 to 5 ft 8.50 80.00 750.00 



tatarica sibirica. Red Tatarian Honeysuckle. May. 8-10 feet. Zone 3. 

A profuse display of deep pink flowers followed by red berries. Hardy, neat 
and vigorous. Excellent as specimen as well as in screen and border. 



140 


18 to 24 in 


4.50 


40.00 


350.00 


100 


2 to 3 ft 


5.50 


50.00 


450.00 


190 


3 to 4 ft 


7.50 


70.00 


650.00 


1300 


4 to 5 ft 


9.00 


85.00 


800.00 



zabeli. Zabel Honeysuckle. May. 7 feet. Zone 5. 

An improved strain of the species. True deep pink flowers almost appear red 
in early bloom. Outstanding in flowers, fruit and hardiness. 
770 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 



PHDLADELPHUS 

coronarius. Sweet Mockorange. May. 9 feet. Zone 5. 

Old fashioned sweet-scented Mockorange. Free flowering and vigorous. 

Single white flowers 1-1% inches in diameter. Excellent for dry situations. 

3170 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 300.00 

900 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 400.00 

500 2 to 3 ft 6.00 55.00 500.00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS — Continued 
PHTLADELPHUS— Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
grandiflorus. Big Scentless Mock-orange. June. 9 feet. Zone 5. 
Single, white flowers to 2 inches in diameter. 

100 12 to 18 in $ 4.00 $ 35.00 $ 

90 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 

lemoinei. Lemoine Mock-orange. May-June. 4-5 feet. Zone 5. 

Semi-dwarf with good foliage. Dense clusters of small, fragrant white 
flowers. 

80 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 

250 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 

220 2 to 3 ft 7.00 65.00 

lemoinei Belle Etoile. June. 6 feet. Zone 6. 

Single flowers 2V±" in diameter. White with a slight, purple tinge deep in 

the throat when first open. Fragrant. 

90 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 

200 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 

100 2 to 3 ft 7.00 65.00 — 

virginalis. Virginal. June. 6-8 feet. Zone 6. 

Double flowering, fragrant Mockorange. Flowers are large, 2 inches in 
diameter and appear intermittently through the summer. 

1680 9 to 12 in _. 3.50 30.00 

1500 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 __ 

virginalis Albatre. June. 5 feet. Zone 6. 

Double white flowers on a compact plant. 

50 12 to 18 in . 4.50 

virginalis Bouquet Blanc. 6 feet. Zone 6. 

Single white flowers, 1 inch in diameter, evenly distributed over a mound- 
like plant. 

310 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 

90 18 to 24 in 6.00 55.00 



virginalis Glacier. June. 5 feet. Zone 5. 

Double white flowers. Sweet scented. Semi-dwarf, neat compact shrub. 

180 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 

50 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 



PHYSOCARPUS 

opulifolius. Common Ninebark. May-June. 9 feet. Zone 3. 

Very hardy and vigorous. Does well in most any soil. Small white flowers 
in clusters. Attractive reddish color fruits turn brown when mature and 
remain on plant all winter. Bark shreds on large plants during the winter. 

60 12 to 18 in 3.50 30.00 

160 18 to 24 in 4.50 40.00 

160 2 to 3 ft 5.50 50.00 

80 3 to 4 ft 7.00 

opulifolius nanus. Dwarf Ninebark. June. 4-5 feet. Zone 3. 

A particularly valuable, hardy, dwarf shrub of dense habit. Excellent facing 

plant, hedging: material. Smaller, less lobed dark green leaves. Flowers and 

capsules similar to species. 

390 12 to 18 in 3.50 30.00 

390 18 to 24 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

290 2 to 3 ft 5.50 50.00 450.00 

1480 3 to 4 ft 7.00 65.00 



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ORNAMENTAL, SHRUBS— Continued 

FOTENTILLA 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

fruticosa veitchi. Bush Cinquefoil. May. 4 feet. Zone 2. 

Low rather dense shrub with conspicuous white flowers in early summer 
and sparingly until September. 

200 9 to 12 in $ 3.50 $ 30.00 $ 

220 12 to 15 in 4.50 40.00 

70 15 to 18 in 5.50 50.00 

PRUNUS 

cistena. Purple-leaf Sand Cherry. May. 7 feet. Zone 2. 

Valued especially for its colorful foliage; however, produces blackish purple 
cherries following small white flowers. 

420 9 to 12 in 5.00 45.00 400.00 

580 12 to 18 in 6.00 55.00 500.00 

60 18 to 24 in 8.00 

glandulosa. Doubleflowering Pink Almond. May. 4% feet. Zone 5. 

A beautiful shrub for foundation or border. Before leaves appear it bears 

an abundance of small double pink flowers closely set on twigs. One of the 
best of all ornamental flowering shrubs. 

600 12 to 18 in 4.50 48.00 350.00 

2000 18 to 24 in 6.00 55.00 500.00 

4000 2 to 3 ft 7.00 65.00 600.00 

tomentosa. Manchu Cherry. April. 9 feet. Zone 2. 

Excellent shrub producing white flowers tinged with pink just before the 
leaves. Edible fruit are scarlet cherries, % inch in diameter. 

130 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 

220 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 

70 2 to 3 ft 6.00 55.00 

tomentosa Orient. April. 9 feet. Zone 2. 

Large shrub, vigorous and productive. Origin is Minnesota Fruit Breeding 
Farm. Fruit one-half inch in diameter, bright red. Flesh is meaty, juicy, 
and of pleasant flavor. Ripens early in July. Excellent jelly fruit. Budded 
on plum. 

60 2 to 3 ft 9.00 80.00 

100 3 to 4 ft 11.00 100.00 

400 4 to 5 ft 14.00 125.00 

160 5 to 6 ft 16.50 150.00 

triloba. Flowering Plum. April. 15 feet. Zone 6. 

Known as the "Rose Tree of China." One of the finest shrubs. Completely 
covered with pink rose-like flowers during April and May. 

610 12 to 18 in 5.00 45.00 400.00 

350 18 to 24 in 7.00 65.00 600.00 

130 2 to 3 ft 8.50 80.00 750.00 

90 3 to 4 ft 11.00 100.00 

RHUS 

canadensis (aromatic). Fragrant Sumac. May. 5-6 feet. Zone 4. 

An excellent shrub of dense habit to use in front of larger plants or on banks. 

Small yellowish flowers are followed by scarlet fruit. Scarlet fall foliage. 
Very hardy and a rapid grower. 

780 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 

glabra. Smooth Sumac. July. 15 feet. Zone 3. 

Small greenish flowers are followed by bunches of crimson berries which 
hang on into winter. Bright red autumn foliage. 

240 9 to 12 in 2.00 18.00 

920 12 to 18 in 3.00 25.00 200.00 

520 18 to 24 in 4.00 35.00 320.00 

40 2 to 3 ft 5.00 



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27 



$ 2.00 


$ 18.00 


$160.00 


3.00 


25.00 




4.00 


35.00 


320.00 


5.00 


45.00 


400.00 


6.50 


60.00 


550.00 


8.00 


75.00 


700.00 



ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— Continued 

RHUS — Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

typhlna. Staghorn Sumac. June. 20-80 feet. Zone 4. 

Very fuzzy twigs comparable to young deer antlers. Fine for massing and 
on poor dry soil. Red autumn foliage. Pyramidal fruit clusters hang all 
winter. 

1720 9 to 12 in 

2910 12 to 18 in 

4010 18 to 24 in 

3900 2 to 3 ft 

1640 3 to 4 ft 

290 4 to 5 ft 

SALIX 

purpurea nana. Dwarf Arctic Blue Willow. March. 9 feet. Zone 5 

One of the better in the species with dense habit, fine leaves and purple 
twigs in winter. Suited to moist situations, hedges and borders. 

620 9 to 12 in 2.50 20.00 180.00 

1600 12 to 15 in 3.50 30.00 250.00 

1410 15 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 320.00 

repens "Golden Dwarf". March-April. 3-5 feet. 

Silvery gray-green foliage on yellow stems. Horizontal plant. 
450 9 to 12 in 3.00 25.00 

SPIREA 

arguta. Garland Spirea. May. 5-6 feet. Zone 5. 

The most free-flowering and showy of early Spireas. Flat clusters of pure 
white flowers on arching branches. Useful as specimen and in borders. 

320 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 

370 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 

billardi. Billard Spirea. June. 6 feet. Zone 5. 

Produces pyramidal spikes of bright rose flowers. Forms a dense mass cf 
growth. 

500 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 

150 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 



bumalda Anthony Waterer. June. 2 feet. Zone 5. 

Flat clusters of bright crimson flowers to 6 inches in diameter are produced 
over a period of several weeks. 

970 12 to 15 in 4.00 35.00 300.W 

2800 15 to 18 in 5.00 45.00 400.00 

bumalda froebeli. Froebel Spirea. June. 2-3 feet. Zone 5. 

A very hardy, vigorous spreading plant producing bright pink flowers. 
Young foliage has purplish tips. Autumn coloration reddish bronze. 

150 9 to 12 in. . 3.00 25.00 

1770 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 

thunbergi. Thunberg Spirea. May. 5 feet. Zone 4. 

Low growing shrub with slender branches. Early pure white flowers in clus- 
ters. Fine textured foliage turns to orange and yellow in fall. 

100 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 

330 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 

40 2 to 3 ft 6.00 55.00 

vanhouttei. Yanhoutte Spirea. May. 6 feet. Zone 4. 

Profuse white flower clusters, gracefully arching branches and general de- 
pendability maintain a valued reputation for the Vanhoutte. Excellent for 
flowering hedge, border and shrub mass. 

3200 12 to 18 in 3.00 25.00 200.00 

8700 18 to 24 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

7100 2 to 3 ft. 5.50 50.00 450.00 



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ORNAMENTAL. SHRUBS — Continued 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

SYMPHORICARPOS 

albus. Common Snowberry. June. 6 feet. Zone 4. 

Attractive green foliage. Pink flowers. Large white fruit in clusters in 
autumn. 

2000 12 to 18 in $ 3.00 $ 25.00 $200.00 

1460 18 to 24 in 4.00 35.00 320.00 



chenaulti. Chenault Coralberry. July. 3 feet. Zone 5. 

Flowers in small pink spikes. Small red berries in close clusters. Underside 
of berries are white. 

60 12 to 18 in - 3.00 

130 18 to 24 in 4.00 

50 2 to 3 ft 5.00 



orbiculatus. Indiancurrant. (Coralberry.) July. 5-6 feet. Zone 2. 

Hardy shrub producing small yellowish-white flowers. Clusters of coral 
red berries in fall and winter. Crimson fall foliage hangs late. 

1430 12 to 18 in 3.00 25.00 200.00 

880 18 to 24 in 4.00 35.00 320.00 

80 2 to 3 ft 5.00 45.00 400.00 



SYRINGA 



chinensis. Chinese Lilac. May. 15 feet. Zone 5. 

Commonly called Rothomagensis. An upright shrub with arching branches 
and rich purple flowers. Very good for general planting because of its free 
blooming qualities and hardiness. 

1200 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 450.00 

2480 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 



villosa. Late Lilac. June. 9 feet. Zone 2. 

Panicles of delicate pink flowers. Dense dark green foliage. Valued for its 
dense, upright habit and late profuse flowers. One of the hardiest of all lilacs. 

690 9 to 12 in 3.00 25.00 

870 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

770 18 to 24 in... 5.50 50.00 450.00 

70 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 



vulgaris alba. White Common Lilac. May. 20 feet. Zone 3. 

A vigorous shrub with clusters of single white flowers among the attractive 
green foliage. 

210 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 250.00 



vulgaris purpurea. Common Lilac. May. 20 feet. Zone 3. 

A hardy, attractive shrub with large clusters of purplish flowers. 

300 9 to 12 in. 3.50 30.00 250.00 

1500 12 to 18 in, 4.00 35.00 300.00 

3000 18 to 24 in. 5.50 50.00 450.00 

2000 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— Continued 

S Y RING A — Continued 

vulgaris, Hybrids and Horticultural Varieties. May. 15 feet. Zone 4. 

OWN ROOT. These Lilacs have been gTOwn from layers and root cuttings 
or grafted on California Privet and thus are largely on their own root. 
These marvelous products of selection are rapidly becoming the most popular 
flowering shrubs because they are used as specimens, ornamental clumps, 
screens, and for hedges. 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

9 to 12 in $ 4.00 $ 35.00 $ 

12 to 18 in 5.00 45.00 

18 to 24 in 7.00 65.00 

2 to 3 ft 9.00 85.00 

3 to 4 ft 11.00 



3/4' 

BLUE 

Decaisne, single 

President Grevy, double 

President Lincoln, single 

LILAC 

Alphonse Lavallee, double 

Hugo Koster, single i 30 

Jacques Callott, single 

Leon Gambetta, double 

Michel Buchner, double 130 

President Carnot, double 

Viviand Morel, double 

MAGENTA 

Charles X, single 

Congo, single 

Paul Thirion, double 

Ruhm von Horstenstein, single 

PINK 

Belle de Nancy, double 

Edouard Andre, double 80 

Esther Staley, double 

Lucie Baitet, single 

Macrostachya, single 160 

Mme. Antoine Buchner, double 

Waldeck-Rosseau, double 

PURPLE 

Adelaide Dunbar, double 

Hugo de Vries, single 

Ludwig Spaeth, single 

Monge, single 

Pocahontas, single 

VIOLET 

Cavour, single 

De Miribel, single 

Marechal Lannes, double 

WHITE 

Mme. Abel Chatenay, double 

Mme. Casimir Perier, double 

Mme. Florent Stepman, single 

Mont Blanc, single 

Vestale, single 



2/3' 



18/24" 12/18' 
80 
180 



340 
220 
110 





70 


80 


90 


560 


680 


70 


180 


140 


70 


100 


50 


210 








130 


110 


340 


150 


220 


40 








260 


140 


1000 


250 


80 


30 


40 


80 


90 


130 




170 


80 




640 


30 




60 


290 


30 


100 


80 


210 






170 


140 


20 


230 




30 


30 


~20 


260 


190 


80 


180 


180 


20 


30 


80 


90 






20 




50 






20 




60 


70 


100 


20 


20 



9/12" 

170 
230 



20 
270 
80 

30 

80 

200 
130 

50 

200 
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20 
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60 

180 

360 
340 
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70 
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TAMARIX 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

africana. African Tamarix. May. 10-12 feet. Zone 7. 

Slender spreading branches, reddish brown bark, pink flowers. 

270 9 to 12 in $ 3.00 $ 25.00 $ 

360 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 300.00 

160 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 400.00 

40 2 to 3 ft 7.00 65.00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— Continued 

TAMARIX — Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

hispida. Kashgar Tamarisk. June. 15 feet. Zone 6. 

Fine, feathery blue-green foliage sets off bright pink flowers. Produces 
bloom on new wood so that severe pruning may be practiced. 

450 9 to 12 in $ 2.50 $ 20.00 $ 

820 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 300.00 

290 18 to 24 in 5.00 45.00 400.00 

200 2 to 3 ft 7.00 65.00 

hispida Summer Glow. July. 8 feet. Zone 6. 

The finest variety we have ever seen. Lacy silvery-blue foliage. Tyran rose 
flowers in spikes all summer. Good in dry soil, sun or part shade. 

820 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 250.00 

150 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

30 2 to 3 ft 7.00 65.00 

80 3 to 4 ft 8.50 80.00 



VIBURNUM 

dentatum. Arrowwood Viburnum. June. 15 feet. Zone 3. 

Attractive foliage. Flat clusters of white flowers are followed by blue-black 
fruit. Glossy red fall foliage. Strong, rapid grower. 

150 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 

170 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

1300 18 to 24 in 6.00 55.00 500.00 

530 2 to 3 ft 7.00 65.00 

lentago. Nannyberry Viburnum. May. 30 feet. Zone 3. 

Shiny green leaves and a splendid purplish red autumn color rate this Vibur- 
num as an excellent background or screen plant. Flat clusters of white 
flowers are followed by black berries valuable as winter bird food. 

220 9 to 12 in... 3.50 30.00 

290 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 

610 18 to 24 in 6.00 55.00 

Molle. Kentucky Viburnum. June. 12 feet. Zone 3. 

White flowers in long stemmed clusters to 3 inches across. Blue-black fruit. 

30 12 to 18 in 4.50 

100 18 to 24 in 6.00 

op ui us. European Cranberry. May. 12 feet. Zone 3. 

Smooth, light gray branches. White flowers in flat clusters followed by red 
berries. Fruit is effective both in fall and winter. Red autumn foliage. 

450 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 

230 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

opulus sterilis. Common Snowball. May. 10-12 feet. Zone 4. 

A well-known shrub of upright, spreading branch habit. Produces white 
flowers in round clusters in early spring. 

1520 9 to 12 in 3.50 30.00 250.00 

2520 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 

2260 18 to 24 in 6.00 55.00 500.00 

WEIGELA 

Bristol Ruby. May. 5 feet. Zone 5. 

Large soft ruby-red flowers produced on a shapely, erect plant. Vigorous 
and hardy. 

100 12 to 18 in 4.00 

240 18 to 24 in . . . 5.50 50.00 

880 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 

600 3 to 4 ft 8.00 75.00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— -Continued 

WEIGELA — Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
florida. Oldfashioned Pink Weigela. May. 6-8 feet. Zone 5. 
Very popular. Displays beautiful, showy pink flowers. 

680 18 to 24 in $ 4.50 $ 40.00 $350.00 

2800 2 to 3 ft 5.50 50.00 450.00 

2580 3 to 4 ft 7.00 65.00 600.00 

nana variegata. Dwarf Variegated. May. 5 feet. Zone 5. 

Leaves variegated with white. Flowers pale pink, almost white. Compact 
plant. 

100 12 to 18 in 4.50 40.00 

370 18 to 24 in 6.00 55.00 

920 2 to 3 ft 7.00 65.00 

Newport Red. (Vaniceki) May. 6 feet. Zone 4. 

New ruby-red, recommended for its hardiness and its habit of growth. 
Neat, well-formed plant. 

60 18 to 24 in 5.50 50.00 

2810 2 to 3 ft 6.50 60.00 550.00 

540 3 to 4 ft 8.00 75.00 700.00 

wagneri Eva Rathke. May. 5 feet. Zone 5. 

Brilliant crimson flowers borne in profusion on a spreading shrub. 

170 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 300.00 

1250 18 to 24 in. 5.00 45.00 400.00 

1070 2 to 3 ft 6.00 55.00 500.00 



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Vines 



(Tied, 2 year No. 1, 10. 2 year Medium, 25 per bundle) 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

CELASTRUS 

orbiculata. Oriental Bittersweet. June. 36 feet. Zone 5. 

An excellent twining vine. Leaves are more rounded than C. scandens and 
fruits, which are yellow and red berries, are in small lateral clusters instead 
of large terminal clusters. 

400 2 year, Medium $ 3.50 $ 30.00 $ 



CLEMATIS 

LARGE FLOWERING 

2% inch pot plants - 

Belle of Woking, dble. Mauve 

Crimson Star, red 

Ernest Markham, Petunia red 

Henryi, white 

Jackmani, violet blue 



Per 10 Per 100 
$ 5.50 $ 50.00 

Lanuginosa Candida, white 
Mme. Edouard Andre, red 
Mme. Baron Veillard, pink 
Ran ion a, lavender blue 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
paniculate. Sweet Autumn Clematis. August. 30 feet. Zone 5. 

Very fragrant white flowers. Lustrous, semi-evergreen foliage. The silvery 
seed heads make a display after flowers disappear. Vigorous and extremely 
ornamental. 

850 3 year, No. 1 $ 7.00 $ 65.00 $ 

1140 2 year, No. 1 5.50 50.00 450.00 

40 2 year, Medium 4.50 40.00 350.00 

tangutica. Golden Clematis. June. 9 feet. Zone 6. 

70 2 year, No. 1 7.00 

30 2 year, Medium 6.00 



EUONYMUS 



fortunei minimus. Baby Euonymus. Zone 6. 

Slow growing dwarf evergreen with small leaves. Clings tightly to rough 
surfaces; excellent for covering low walls. 

230 2 year, No. 1 : 6.50 60.00 

30 2 year, Medium 5.50 50.00 



fortunei radicans. Common Wintercreeper. 25 feet. Zone 6. 

Evergreen foliage with leaves about 1 inch long. Grows rapidly. Excellent 
climbing vine or ground cover. 

530 3 year, No. 1 8.00 75.00 

840 2 year, No. 1 6.50 60.00 550.00 

680 2 year, Medium 5.50 50.00 450.00 



LONICERA 

heckrotti. Everblooming Honeysuckle. June. 30 feet. Zone 5. 

A vine-like shrub, valued for its bright purple flowers that open with a 
deep yellow center. Blooms throughout the summer. 

200 3 year, No. 1 5.00 45.00 , 

50 2 year, No. 1 4.50 40.00 350.00 

1500 2 year, Medium 4.00 35.00 300.00 



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33 



VINES — Continued 

LONICERA — Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

heckrotti Gold Flame. June. 30 feet. Zone 5. 

Blooms all summer. The showy flowers, borne in clusters are red outside and 
a deep yellow inside. Very fragrant. 

580 2 year, Medium - $ 4.00 $ $ 

japonica lialliana. Kali's Japanese Honeysuckle. June. 25 feet. Zone 4. 

White trumpet shaped flowers turn yellow with age. Semi-evergreen foliage 
turns bronze in autumn. Grows well in sun or shade and is frequently 
used as a ground cover. Rapid grower. 

1420 3 year, No. 1 :_ 4.00 35.00 

3020 2 year, No. 1 3.50 30.00 250.00 

1560 2 year, Medium 3.00 25.00 200.00 

sempervirens. Trumpet Honeysuckle. June. 50 feet. Zone 4. 

Large coral-red trumpet shaped flowers and beautiful blue-green foliage 
especially recommend this vine. Blooms from June until frost. 

840 3 year, No. 1 5.00 45.00 

760 2 year, No. 1 4.50 40.00 350.00 

790 2 year, Medium 3.50 30.00 250.00 

PARTHENOCISSUS 

quinquefolia engelmanni. Engelmann Ivy. 50 feet. Zone 3. 

A hardy, clinging vine producing dense green foliage that turns a vivid red 
in autumn. Leaves smaller than the species. 

450 3 year, No. 1 5.00 45.00 

780 2 year, No. 1 4.50 40.00 350.00 

920 2 year, Medium 3.50 30.00 250.00 

POLYGONUM 

auberti. Silvervine Fleeceflower. August. 25 feet. Zone 5. 

Clusters of small greenish-white flowers. Foliage is dense and bright green. 
A vigorous, twining vine that may grow as much as 20 to 30 feet in a 
single season. 

900 2 year, No. 1 6.00 55.00 

280 2 year, Medium 5.00 45.00 

WISTERIA 

frutescens. June-July. 20-25 feet. Zone 5. 

380 3 year, No. 1 Seedlings 4.50 40.00 

1000 2 year, No. 1 Seedlings 4.00 35.00 300.00 

1100 2 year, Medium Seedlings 4.00 35.00 300.00 



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Hedging 



CARAGANA 



Per 100 Per 1000 



arborescens. Siberian Peashrub. May. 16-20 feet. Zone 2-3. 

21000 9 to 12 in $ 3.00 $ 25.00 

1100 12 to 18 in 4.00 35.00 



CHAENOMELES 

japonica rubra. Japanese Red flowering Quince. 

1400 9 to 12 in 11.00 100.00 

1400 12 to 18 in 16.50 150.00 

300 18 to 24 in 20.00 175.00 



LIGUSTRUM 

amurense. Amur River North Privet. June. 15 feet. Zone 4. 

Produces white flowers in small spikes followed by dull, small black berries. 



25000 9 to 12 in., branched 8.50 75.00 

ibolium. Ibolium Privet. June. 12 feet. Zone 6. 

3900 9 to 12 in 10.00 90.00 

10000 12 to 18 in 14.00 120.00 

650 18 to 24 in 16.50 140.00 

ovalifolium. California Privet. June. 15 feet. Zone 6. 

Creamy white flowers in small clusters are followed by black berries. 

3000 9 to 12 in., branched 8.50 75.00 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

vicaryi* Vicary Golden Privet. July. 12 feet. Zone 6. 

Golden yellow foliage during entire season. White flowers in small clusters. 
Blue-black berries. 

3200 9 to 12 in $ 3.50 $ 30.00 $275.00 

7600 12 to 15 in 4.50 40.00 350.00 



vulgare. European Privet. June. 15 feet. Zone 5. 

Widely grown privet. Prominent pyramidal clusters of flowers followed by 
shiny black berries when not closely clipped. 

Per 100 Per 1000 

770 9 to 12 in $ 8.50 $ 75.00 

3800 12 to 18 in 14.00 125.00 

2100 18 to 24 in 16.50 150.00 



vulgare. Cheyenne Privet. Plant Introduction No. 107630. Zone 4. 

A selection of vulgare that gives evidence of being somewhat more hardy 
than the species. Reports on file show no damage from cold or dry weather 
in Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Boise, Idaho; and Sheridan, Wyoming. 

1300 12 to 18 in - 14.00 125.00 

19000 18 to 24 in 16.50 150.00 

10000 2 to 3 ft 19.00 175.00 



LONICERA 

tatarica rosea. Rosy Tatarian Honeysuckle. May. 8-10 feet. Zone 3. 

Flowers are rosy pink outside and light pink inside. 

1800 12 to 18 in. 11.00 100.00 

250 18 to 24 in 16.50 

6700 2 to 3 ft 22.00 200.00 



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HEDGING — Continued 

LONICERA— Continued 

Per 100 Per 1000 

tatarica sibirica. Red Tatarian Honeysuckle. May. 8-10 feet. Zone 3. 

Deep pink flowers. Good foliage and form. 

700 18 to 24 in $16.50 $150.00 

1900 2 to 3 ft 22.00 200.00 

zabeli. Zabel Honeysuckle. May. 7 feet. Zone 4. 

Generally accepted as the best of the improved strains of Red Honeysuckle. 
Prolific in berry. Tidy and hardy. 

1570 9 to 12 in 11.00 100.00 

500 12 to 18 in 16.50 150.00 

1700 18 to 24 in 22.00 200.00 



ROSA 

rugosa. Rugosa Rose. June. 6 feet. Zone 3. 

Flowers fuchsine-pink to white, single, 2-3 inches diameter. Large brick 
red fruit. Orange autumn foliage. Withstands clipping for formal hedges. 
Does well on seacoasts where salt spray reaches it. 

1700 3/8 in. and up 28.00 250.00 

5200 1/4 in. and up 22.50 200.00 

3700 No. 1, 3/16 to 1/4 in 18.00 150.00 



SPIRAEA 

vanhouttei. Vanhoutte Spirea. May. 6 feet. Zone 4. 

Profuse white flower clusters, gracefully arching habit and general depend- 
ability make this one of the most valued hedging plants. 

1200 9 to 12 in 9.00 80.00 

1300 12 to 18 in 14.00 120.00 

300 18 to 24 in 19.00 160.00 

500 2 to 3 ft 22.50 200.00 



ULMUS 

pumila. Siberian Elm. 

An excellent hedging material. See "Lining Out Stock." 

NOTE: Lonicera heckrotti makes a novel and attractive hedge when planted in 
rows and kept sheared. Blooms all summer. See "Vines" for further description 
and prices. 



Lining Out Stock 

Our liners are all carefully graded. The crooked and poor plants are discarded. 
We are confident that our stock will please you. 

Tied: 3-4 ft. and up, 25; 2-3 ft. 50; 18-24 in. and smaller, 100 per bundle. 
25 of each variety is minimum order for potted liners. 

ACER 

Per 100 Per 1000 

saccharinum. Silver Maple. 1 and 2 year seedlings. 



4200 6 to 12 in $ 3.00 $. 

500 12 to 18 in 5.00 

CELASTRUS 
orbiculata. 

1500 6 to 12 in 7.50 

5500 12 to 18 in 10.00 

1800 18 to 24 in 15.00 



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LINING OUT STOCK — Continued 

ELAEAGNUS 

Per 100 Per 1000 

angustifolia. Russian Olive. 

3000 18 to 24 in $ 9.00 $ 80.00 

FRAXINUS 

pensylvanica subintegerrima, (penn. lanceolata) Green Ash. 

1200 6 to 12 in 3.00 25.00 

1200 12 to 18 in 5.00 45.00 

GLEDITSIA 

triacanthos inermis. Thornless Honeylocust. 

1000 6 to 12 in 3.00 25.00 

3500 12 to 18 in 5.00 45.00 

4000 18 to 24 in 7.50 60.00 

9000 2 to 3 ft 9.00 80.00 

8000 3 to 4 ft 16.50 150.00 

2500 4 to 5 ft 21.00 190.00 

JUGLANS 

nigra. Black walnut. 2 year seedlings. 

1900 12 to 18 in 7.50 60.00 

900 18 to 24 in 9.00 80.00 

500 2 to 3 ft 14.00 125.00 

2000 3 to 4 ft 19.00 175.00 

3280 4 to 5 ft 24.00 210.00 

200 5 to 6 ft 30.00 

POPUXUS 

Lombardy Poplar. 1 year hardwood cuttings. 

2100 2 to 3 ft 9.00 80.00 

900 3 to 4 ft 16.50 150.00 

SALIX 

alba tristis. Niobe Willow. 

1000 2 to 3 ft 9.00 80.00 

2600 3 to 4 ft 16.50 150.00 

bland a. Wisconsin Weeping Willow. 

1000 2 to 3 ft 9.00 80.00 

2400 3 to 4 ft 16.50 150.00 

ULMUS 

americana. American Elm. 

2000 6 to 12 in 3.00 35.00 

3000 12 to 18 in 5.00 45.00 

5000 3 to 4 ft 11.00 100.00 

3000 4 to 5 ft 14.00 125.00 

pumila. Chinese Elm. 1 and 2 year seedlings. 

4500 6 to 12 in 3.00 25.00 

11000 12 to 18 in '. 5.00 45.00 

10000 4 to 5 ft 22.50 200.00 

6000 5 to 6 ft 30.00 275.00 

2500 6 to 8 ft 40.00 350.00 



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Specimen Evergreens 



PRICES include digging, BALLED and BURLAPPED by experienced personnel; 
however, ALL EVERGREENS ARE SOLD WITH THE DISTINCT UNDERSTAND- 
ING THAT IF PLANTS ARRIVE LN GOOD CONDITION AND ARE ACCEPTED 
OUR RESPONSIBILITY CEASES. We DO NOT guarantee survival. 

Evergreens that are selected and marked by customers in the nursery will carry 
20 per cent additional charge added to the following listed prices. 

WE INVITE inquiries for varieties and sizes not listed. Many items in nominal 
quantities of either size or variety are not listed herein. 



JUNTPERUS 

Per 10 Per 100 

chinensis glauca hetzL Hetz Blue Juniper. 6-8 feet. Zone 4. 

Rapid growing blue-green spreader. Resembles Pfitzer but lighter in color. 
Stands shearing well. 

70 12 to 15 in $20.00 175.00 

220 15 to 18 in '. 27.50 250.00 

chinensis Keteleeri. Keteleer Juniper. Zone 2. 

Compact pyramidal form with ascending branches and dark green scale-like 
foliage. 

40 2 to 2% ft 42.50 

140 2% to 3 ft 47.50 

270 3 to 3% ft 55.00 

chinensis pfitzeriana. Pfitzer Juniper. Zone 4. 

Valuable natural spreading habit of growth. 

300 12 to 15 in 22.50 200.00 

1290 15 to 18 in : 27.50 250.00 

2040 18 to 24 in 32.50 300.00 

980 2 to 2% ft 37.50 350.00 

700 2% to 3 ft 42.50 400.00 

chinensis pfitzeriana Silver Blue. Blueleaf. Zone 4. 

Similar to regular Pfitzer but with shining silvery-blue color. 

20 15 to 18 in. 32.50 

100 18 to 24 in. 37.50 350.00 

150 2 to 2% ft 45.00 425.00 

chinensis sargenti Ames. Ames Juniper. Zone 4. 
Broad upright plant, tapering to a pointed top. 

160 18 to 24 in. 37.50 350.00 

50 2 to 2% ft 45.00 

chinensis Sargenti I-O-Ace. Zone 4. 

Good green tapering upright with broad base. 

60 18 to 24 in 37.50 350.00 

210 2 to 2Y 2 ft 45.00 425.00 

60 2% to 3 ft 50.00 475.00 

chinensis sargenti Maneyi. Maneyi Juniper. Zone 4. 

Prostrate variety that does well in shaded areas. Hardy. 

280 12 to 15 in 27.50 250.00 

410 15 to 18 in. 32.50 300.00 

400 18 to 24 in. 37.50 350.00 

50 2 to 2% ft 45.00 425.00 



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SPECIMEN EVERGREENS — Continued 
JUNIPERUS — Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 

communis hi be mica. Irish Juniper. Zone 2. 

A dense, upright form of communis. Very symmetrical with glaucous green 
foliage. 

560 18 to 24 in $15.00 $125.00 

600 2 to 3 ft 22.50 200.00 



horizontalis plumosa. Andorra Juniper. Zone 3. 

Foliage more feathery and a lighter green than horizontalis. Turns pinkish 
to purple color in autumn and remains until new growth starts. 

180 12 to 15 in 20.00 175.00 

170 15 to 18 in 27.50 250.00 

sabina Savin Juniper. 3-4 feet. Zone 3. 

Bushy, semi-upright growth; well covered with short, tufted, dark green 
foliage. Ideal for foundations, groups, or low borders. 

150 12 to 15 in 20.00 175.00 

120 15 to 18 in 27.50 250.00 

90 18 to 24 in 32.50 300.00 

sabina tamariscifolia. Tamarix Savin Juniper. 3 feet. Zone 4. 

Low spreader with ascending branches. Lacy, blue-green foliage. 

20 12 to 15 in 25.00 

40 15 to 18 in 35.00 

50 18 to 24 in 42.50 



scopulorum Blue Heaven. 

An attractive, easily maintained silvery blue pyramid. 

470 2 to 2% ft 42.50 400.00 

240 2Y 2 to 3 ft 47.50 450.00 

scopulorum Cologreen. 

Light green foliage. Conical habit of growth. 

100 2 to 2% ft * 42.50 400.00 

330 2% to 3 ft 47.50 450.00 

170 3 to 3% ft 55.00 525.00 

30 ZV 2 to 4 ft 62.50 

scopulorum columnaris. 18-20 feet. 

Gray-green foliage on a tree of narrow, upright growth. 

100 2% to 3 ft 47.50 450.00 

90 3 to 3y 2 ft 55.00 

scopulorum Moffeti. 

Pyramidal habit with heavy base. Mixed green and silver foliage, more 

silver on tips of branches. 

30 2 to 2% ft 42.50 

60 2% to 3 ft 47.50 

30 3 to ZY 2 ft 55.00 

25 3y 2 to 4 ft 62.50 

scopulorum Montana No. 1. 

Good green juniper. 

100 2 to 2y 2 ft 42.50 400.00 

40 2% to 3 ft 47.50 

scopulorum Pathfinder. 

140 2 to 2% ft 42.50 400.00 

110 2% to 3 ft 47.50 450.00 



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SPECIMEN EVERGREENS— Continued 



JUNEPERUS — Continued Per 10 Per 100 

scopulorum Sutherland. 

Broad pyramid of bluish-green color. 

350 2 to 2V 2 ft ....$42.50 $400.00 

360 2% to 3 ft 47.50 450.00 

50 3 to 3% ft 55.00 

scopulorum Welchi. 

Of columnar habit and greenish silver color. 

80 2 to 2Y 2 ft 42.50 400.00 

100 2% to 3 ft 47.50 450.00 

70 3 to 3% ft 55.00 

virginiana. Eastern Red Cedar. 

Dense, pyramidal tree. Very hardy. 

30 2 to 2Y 2 ft 27.50 

virginiana BurkL Zone 2. 

Columnar growth habit and steel blue thick foliage. Responds to pruning. 

40 2 to 2% ft 42.50 

virginiana Canaert. Zone 2. 

Of columnar habit and greenish silver color. 

270 2 to 2Y 2 ft 45.00 425.00 

30 2% to 3 ft 50.00 

virginiana giauca. Zone 2. 

Very blue-gray leaves. 

170 2 to 2% ft 45.00 425.00 

100 2% to 3 ft 50.00 475.00 

virginiana Hill Dundee. Zone 2. 

Broad, easily maintained pyramid. Gray green foliage turns plum color in fall. 

130 2 to 2% ft 42.50 400.00 

130 2% to 3 ft 47.50 450.00 

290 3 to 3% ft . 55.00 

40 3% to 4 ft 62.50 

virginiana pyramidalis. Pyramidal Red Cedar. 10-12 feet. 

Deep green foliage, narrow columnar habit with ascending branches. 

90 2 to 2% ft 42.50 400.00 

60 2% to 3 ft 47.50 

virginiana Walton's Frosti. 
Distinctive silver blue. 

40 12 to 15 in 27.50 

40 15 to 18 in 32.50 

PICEA 

abies. Norway Spruce. 80-100 feet. Zone 2. 
Dark green foliage. Rapid grower. 

140 18 to 24 in 22.50 200.00 

130 2 to 2% ft 30.00 275.00 

giauca densata. Black Hills Spruce. 60 feet. Zone 2. 

Most compact, symmetrical, tall spruce. Green foliage with bluish tint. 

30 18 to 24 in.... 25.00 

pungens. Colorado Green Spruce. 60-80 feet. Zone 3. 

Stiff, dense green foliage on a pyramidal tree. 

170 18 to 24 in 25.00 225.00 

290 2 to 2% ft 32.50 300.00 

110 2% to 3 ft 37.50 350.00 

60 3 to 3% ft 45.00 

20 3% to 4 ft 52.50 



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SPECIMEN EVERGREENS — Continued 

PICEA — Continued 

Per 10 Per 100 

pungens glauca. Colorado Blue Spruce. 60 feet. 

110 18 to 24 in $40.00 $375.00 

60 2 to 2V 2 ft 47.50 450.00 

60 2% to 3 ft 55.00 525.00 

PINUS 

mugo mughus. Mugo Pine. 5 feet. Zone 3. 

Dense globe-shaped plants fine for foundation plantings. 

270 9 to 12 in 32.50 300.00 

320 12 to 15 in 37.50 350.00 

210 15 to 18 in 42.50 400.00 

sylvestris. Scotch Pine. 75 feet. Zone 3. 

Open and pyramidal tree while young but round-topped and irregular when 
old. Twisted bluish-green needles. Red bark on older trunks and branches. 

300 2 to 3 ft 60.00 575.00 

PSEUDOTSUGA 

menziesi (taxifolia douglasi.) Douglas Fir. 70-80 feet. 
Hardy gray-green pyramid. Rapid grower. 

50 18 to 24 in 37.50 

100 2 to 2% ft 45.00 

60 2V 2 to 3 ft 55.00 



THUJA 



occidentals globosa. Globe Arborvitae. 3 feet. Zone 3. 

Poplar globe type for sun or shade. 

250 12 to 15 in 15.00 125.00 

140 15 to 18 in 20.00 175.00 

340 18 to 24 in 25.00 225.00 

60 2 to 2% ft 30.00 275.00 

occidentalis Little Champion. 20-36 inches. Zone 3. 

A superb new evergreen originating in Canada. Grows thick and bushy 

without shearing. Rich, bright green foliage is lacy and soft. Very hardy. 

430 12 to 15 in 15.00 125.00 

220 15 to 18 in 20.00 175.00 

640 18 to 24 in 25.00 225.00 

80 2 to 2% .ft 30.00 275.00 

occidentalis Pyramidal. Pyramidal American Arborvitae. Zone 3. 

Foliage of rich green. Narrow, pyramidal habit. 

320 18 to 24 in. _— 25.00 225.00 

210 2% to 3 ft 32.50 300.00 



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41 



ROSES 



All our roses are carefully grown, consistently sprayed and dusted during: the 
growing: season and dug" only when thoroughly dormant. These roses are carefully 
graded and stored in our modern automatically controlled cold storage. 

AH roses are tied No. 1 and No. m, 10 per bundle. 



WE DO NOT BREAK BUNDLES 

Following the procedure of the American Rose Society, national ratings are 
given following the name: (9.1). The numeral following rating indicates relative 
height; 1 means low, 2 medium, 3 tall. Relative fragrance is indicated by the 
letter: S slightly fragrant, F moderate. V very fragrant. 

TEA, HYBRID TEA AND EVERBLOOMTNG 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

No. 1 $ 6.50 $ 60.00 $550.00 

No. m 5.25 47.50 425.00 

No. 2 4.00 35.00 300.00 

RED SHADES 
Ami Quinard, (6.3) 2 F. Dark velvety crimson, almost black. 

Charlotte Armstrong, (9.0) 3 F. Long pointed bud. Double spectrum-red to cerise 
blooms on long stems. Vigorous compact bush. 

Christopher Stone, (8.1) 2 F. Vivid-scarlet, free blooming plant. 

Crimson Glory, (9.1) 3 V. Large, double, deep velvety crimson with shadings. 

Etoile de HoHande, (8.1) 2 V. Bright red unfading bloom on upright stem. Free 
flowering. 

Mirandy, $7.7) 2 F. Dark red buds, chrysanthemum red blooms of 50 petals. Long 
lasting. 

Red Radiance, (7.9) 3 V. Bright rosy red, free blooming. 

PINK SHADES 

Katherine T. Marshall, (7.2) 2 F. Large, open pink blooms on long stems. 

Picture, (8.0) 2 S. Clear rose-pink. Large and double. 

Pink Radiance, (7.9) 3 V. Large rose-pink. Long stems. Dependable. 

The Doctor, (7.6) 2 V. The buds are long and pointed; enormous blooms of satiny 
pink. 

YELLOW SHADES 

Eclipse, (8.1) 3 F. Long-pointed buds of deep gold opening to golden yellow blooms 
on long stems. Profuse bloomer. 

Golden Dawn, (7.5) 1 V. Double bloom of light sunflower yellow. Bud flushed old 
rose. Low spreading plant. 

LoweU Thomas, (7.7) 2 F. Large double blooms of canary yellow. 



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ROSES — Continued 



TEA, HYBRID TEA AND EVERBLOOMTNG-— Continued 



TWO-TONED SHADES 



Comtesse Vandal, (7.5) 2 F. Long, pointed, orange-copper buds. Large double blooms 
of salmon and coppery pink on strong stems. 

Condesa de Sastago, (7.4) 3 F. Petals are coppery pink inside, golden reverse. 

Peace, (9.6) 3 S. Golden yellow edged with apple-blossom pink. 40 to 45 petals. 
5 to 6 inch flowers. Hardy. 

Pres. Herbert Hoover, (7.7) 3 F. Varying orange shades with lighter outside petals. 
Double. 

Talisman, (6.5) 3 F. Golden yellow and copper blooms on long stems. 



K. A. Viktoria, (6.7) 3 S. Very double, snowy white, lemon tinted center. 

McGredy's Ivory, (7.2) 2 F. Ivory-white with yellow base. Glossy, dark foliage. 

Rex Anderson, (6.9) 2 F. An outstanding exhibition rose of delicate lovely ivory- 
white. Flowers perfectly formed and slow opening. 



Cameo, (7.8) 3 F. Clusters of salmon-pink, turning orange-pink. Bloom continuously. 
Dagmar Spaeth, (8.2) 2 F. Alabaster white, edged pink. 

Eutin, (8.6) 2 S. Immense clusters of double, carmine-red flowers. Vigorous grower. 
Mildew resistant bush. Continuous bloomer. 

Floradora, (8.2) 3 S. Scarlet and geranium red floribunda producing double 50 petaled 
flowers. Height 2% feet. A.A.R.S. 1945 Award. 

Frensham, (8.6) 2 S. Deep unfading scarlet in large trusses. Semi-double. Free 
blooming. 

King Boreas, (6.9) 2 F. Very double, pure yellow shading to nearly white. Recurrent 
bloomer. Hardy. 

Lafayette Improved, (7.8) 2 S. Large flowers of bright cherry-crimson. 

Pinocchio, (7.8) 2 F. Blooms double, pink suffused salmon in long sprays. 

Slimmer Snow, (7.4) 2 S. The most prolific of white floribundas. Flowers in large 
clusters. 

World's Pair, (8.0) 2 F. Blooms in large clusters of deep crimson fading to scarlet. 



WHITE SHADES 



DWARF POLYANTHA AND FLORIBUNDA ROSES 



No. 1 _ 

No. iy 2 

No. 2 . 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

$ 6.50 $ 60.00 $550.00 

. 5.25 47.50 425.00 

. 4.00 35.00 300.00 



SHRUB ROSES 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 



Austrian Copper, ( ). Single brilliant orange-red flowers 



inside and yellow outside. 

12 to 18 in 

18 to 24 in 

2 to 3 ft 



$ 5.50 
6.00 
6.50 



$ 50.00 $ 
55.00 
60.00 



Rugosa Rubra, ( ). Early bloomer. Single. Various shades 



of rosy crimson, magenta and pink. 

12 to 18 in 

18 to 24 in 

2 to 3 ft 



5.00 
6.00 
7.00 



45.00 
55.00 
65.00 



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ROSES — Continued 
CLIMBERS AND RAMBLERS 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
Blaze, ( ). Everblooming. An improved strain that blooms 
through-out the summer. Produces brilliant scarlet 
red flowers of large size. 

No. 1 $ 6.50 $ 60.00 $550.00 

No. 1% 5.50 50.00 450.00 

No. 2 4.50 40.00 

Climbing American Beauty, (7.6) V. Large, rose-red flowers 
on long stems in early June. 

No. 1 6.00 55.00 500.00 

No. 1% 5.00 45.00 400.00 

No. 2 3.20 28.00 

Climbing Hybrid Tea. 

No. 1 7.00 65.00 600.00 

No. 1% 6.00 55.00 500.00 

No. 2 4.50 40.00 

Caledonia, ( ) White. Talisman, ( ) Pink blend. 

Doubloons, (7.1) F. Double, rich gold, fragrant flowers in 
clusters on strong stems. 

No. 1 6.50 60.00 550.00 

No. 1% 5.50 50.00 450.00 

No. 2 4.00 35.00 

New Dawn, (8.8) S. Fragrant blush pink flowers in clusters. 
Everblooming. 

No. 1 6.50 60.00 550.00 

No. 1% 5.50 50.00 450.00 

No. 2 4.00 35.00 

Paul's Scarlet, (9.1) S. Large intense scarlet flowers borne in 
clusters, free-flowering and hardy. 

No. 1 6.00 55.00 500.00 

No. 1% . 5.00 45.00 400.00 

No. 2 3.50 30.00 



PATENTED ROSES 

We offer these roses under license from patent owner. It is understood and 
agreed that they are FOR SALE AT RETAIL ONLY, at or above prices specified. 

SORRY, WE CANNOT ACCEPT ORDERS FOR BROKEN BUNDLES. 



HYBRID TEA 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

Americana, (7.5) 2 F. Patent No. 2058, (Retails $3.00 
ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Large, high centered, 
brilliant red blooms open slowly. Petals have 
velvety sheen and hold their color until drop. 
Disease resistant foliage covers the vigorous 
plant to the ground and remains all summer. 
Free bloomer. 

No. 1 $1.65 $ 1.50 $ 1.40 $ 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Arlene Francis, (7.1) 2 F. Patent No. 1684. (Retails 
$3.00 ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Golden yellow 
5 inch blooms average from 20 to 25 petals. 
Medium tall plant with good foliage. Pro- 
lific bloomer; hardy. 

No. 1 _ 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1% . 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 



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ROSES — Continued 
PATENTED HYBRDD TEA— Continued 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

Aztec, (7.7) 2 P. Patent No. 1648. (Retails $2.75 ea.; 

3 or more $2.40 ea.) A vivid scarlet-orange 
beauty, with big, long-lasting, show-type 
flowers on a vigorous easily grown plant. 
Ovoid buds and double, high-centered blooms. 

No. 1 $1.50 $ 1.37% $ 1.30 $ 1.20 

No. 1V 2 ... 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 

Bronze Masterpiece, (6.4) 2 P. Patent No. 2000. (Re- 
tails $3.00 ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Large long 
buds of coppery old gold color. Blooms open 
slowly to a bronze-apricot, changing to a 
deep yellow. Firm petals on a flower 5% to 
6 inches in diameter. Does not bleach or burn 
in sun. Free blooming and disease resistant. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.36 

No. lYz - 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Candy Stripe, ( ) 3 V. Patent No. 2278. (Retails 
$2.50 ea.; 3 or more $2.20 ea.) Dusky pink 
streaked and striped with off-white or very 
light pink. Huge 6 inch blooms come one to 
the strong stem continuously and profusely. 
Very strong, tall plant. Large rich green foli- 
age, thick and substantial. Strong pleasant 
fragrance. 

No. 1 1.40 1.25 1.20 1.10 

No. iy 2 1.12 1.00 .96 .88 

Chicago Peace, (7.8) 2 S. Patent No. 2037. (Retails 
$3.00 ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Sport of Peace. 
Blooms almost 6 inches across of rich pink 
touched by yellow. Vigorous upright plants 
bloom freely and continuously. Flowers of 50 
to 60 petals come singly. Large, leathery, 
glossy foliage. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1V 2 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Christian Dior, (7.7) Patent No. 1943. (Retails $3.00 
ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Magnificent crim- 
son-red overlaid with iridescent scarlet com- 
bined with exquisite form make this the most 
outstanding red rose today. Color does not 
blue or fade. Blooms with 50 to 60 petals are 
wonderful for cutting. High centered and 
very double with light fragrance. Abundant 
bloomer. Tall, upright plant with dark glossy 
foliage. A.A.R.S. for 1962. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Chrysler Imperial, (8.8) 2 F. Patent No. 1167. (Retails 
$2.75 ea.; 3 or more $2.40 ea.) Vivid rich 
tones of crimson with darker overtones of 
oxblood red. Long tapering buds open even 
in adverse weather. Large high centered 
flowers 4% to 5 inches across with 40 to 50 
petals are carried on sturdy medium long 
stems. Compact and symmetrical bush with 
an abundance of dark green foliage. A.A.R.S. 
Award for 1953. 

No. 1 1.50 187% 1.30 1.20 

No. 1% 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 



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ROSES— Continued 

PATENTED HYBRID TEA — Continued 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

Duet, (7.7) 2 S. Patent No. 1903. (Retails $3.00 ea.; 

3 or more $2.65 ea.) Large urn shaped bud. 
Double high centered flower with light pink 
petals and dark pink or light red reverse. 
The blooms borne singly and several to- 
gether have good lasting qualities. Leathery 
dark green foliage. Disease resistant. Vig- 
orous upright plant. Profuse bloomer. A.A.R.S. 
Award 1961. 

No. 1 $1.65 $ 1.50 $ 1.40 $ 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Forty-Niner, (6.8) 2 S. Patent No. 792. (Retails $2.75 
ea.; 3 or more $2.40 ea.) Brilliantly hued bi- 
coior. Inside of petal is vivid orient red, while 
outside is chrome yellow, changing to straw 
yellow. Colors lasting and bright. Long bud. 
Well shaped bloom of 25 to 40 petals. Vig- 
orous, upright plant with dark glossv foliage. 
A.A.R.S. Award 1949. 

No. 1 1.50 1.37% 1.30 1.20 

No. 1% 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 

Garden Party, (7.7) 2 S. Patent No. 1814. (Retails 
$3.00 ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) A.A.R.S. Award 
Winner for 1960. A cross between Charlotte 
Armstrong and Peace. Displays cream and 
ivory petals, delicately tinted with soft pink. 
The fully double blooms, opening from long, 
well shaped buds, often measure as much as 
seven inches across and are supported on long 
sturdy stems. The plant is vigorous and free 
branching, producing a continuous succession 
of flowers. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1% '. 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Golden Scepter, (7.3) 3 F. Patent No. 910. (Retails 
$2.25 ea,; 3 or more $2.00 ea.) Rare, new, 
unfading, golden-yellow; long, slender buds, 
large, high-centered. Won the highest Rose 
award in Holland. 

No. 1 1.25 1.12% 1.05 .95 

No. 1% 1.00 .90 .84 .76 

Granada, ( ) 2 F. Patent No. 2214. (Retails $3.50 
ea.; 3 or more $3.10 ea.) A.A.R.S. Award for 
1964. Long urn-shaped buds and classic blooms 
in varying shades of scarlet, nasturtium red 
and lemon yellow. Spicy fragrant flowers 
throughout the season on strong single stems. 
Vigorous upright plant with dark green holly- 
like foliage. 

No. 1 1.85 1.75 1.55 1.40 

No. 1% 1.48 1.40 1.24 1.12 



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ROSES — Continued 

PATENTED HYBRID TEA — Continued 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

Hawaii, (7.7) 3 V. Patent No. 1833. (Retails $3.00 
ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Slowly opening 
long pointed bud of orange-coral blend. Large 
informal bloom to 6 inches across, hold its 
color to the end. Pronounced fragrance of 
crushed raspberry. Tall growing plant with 
glossy green foliage. 

No. 1 $1.65 $ 1.50 $ 1.40 $ 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Helen Traubel, (8.7) 3 F. Patent No. 1028. (Retails 
$3.00 ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Named after 
one of the greatest of American Concert 
Artists. The color varies with the weather, 
sometimes a light sparkling pink, more often 
a luminous apricot. Its unusually large and 
long buds are magnificent and the half open 
flower and the glorious fully opened bloom 
display the lovely color in a most lavish way. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

King's Ransom, (7.6) 3 F. Patent No. 2103. (Retails 
$3.50 ea.; 3 or more $3.10 ea.) Long slender 
buds of chrome yellow opening gradually into 
extra large blooms 5 to 6 inches across. The 
full high centered flowers are held on long, 
strong stems over the entire bush. These 
roses hold their color well under warm condi- 
tions. The plant is tall and full with dense, 
dark green foliage from the ground up. 
A.A.R.S. Award for 1962. 

No. 1 1.85 1.75 1.55 1.40 

No. iy 2 1.48 1.40 1.24 1.12 

Hordes Perfecta, (7.5) 2 V. Patent No. 1604. (Re- 
tails $2.75 ea.; 3 or more $2.40 ea.) Urn 
shaped buds open into flowers of 4 to 5 
inches and 65 to 70 petals. Blooms are high- 
centered, very fragrant, cream tipped and 
then flushed crimson, suffused yellow. Long, 
strong stems. Dark, glossy foliage. 

No. 1 1.50 1.37% 1.30 1.20 

No. 1% 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 

Lady Elgin, (7.7) 3 F. Patent No. 1469. (Retails $2.50 
ea.; 3 or more $2.20 ea.) Huge, handsome buds 
and blooms on long, strong stems. Petals of 
good texture range from 35 to 48 in number. 
Bloom of excellent form holds its unfading 
combination of orange and apricot through- 
out the season. Strong upright plant with 
good foliage. 

No. 1 1.40 1.25 1.20 1.10 

No. m 1.12 1.00 .96 .88 



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ROSES — Continued 
PATENTED HYBRID TEA— Continued 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

Mr. Lincoln, Patent No. 2370. (Retails $3.50 ea.; 3 
or more $3.10 ea.) A.A.R.S. Award Winner for 
1965. Very large, double blooms of deep, vel- 
vety red. Strong tea and damask fragrance. 
Dark green glossy foliage on a vigorous hardy 
plant. 

No. 1 $1.85 $ 1.75 $-._- $_.__ 

No. 1% 1.48 1.40 

xtfojave, (7.4) 2 F. Patent No. 1176. (Retails $2.75 ea.; 

3 or more $2.40 ea.) Slender bud opening into 
a blend of salmon, apricot and orange. A 
Charlotte Armstrong Cross that has many 
of its parents fine characteristics. 

No. 1 1.50 1.37% 1.30 1.20 

No. 1% 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 

New Yorker, (8.0) 2 F. Patent No. 823. (Retails $2.50 
ea.; 3 or more $2.20 ea.) Brilliant red, with 
color long lasting and sun-resistant. Plant is 
sturdy, upright and vigorous. The buds slowly 
open into very large flowers, often measuring 
6% inches across, of scarlet with rose red 
undertones and overlaid with rich velvety- 
sheen. 

No. 1 1.40 1.25 1.20 1.10 

No. 1% 1.12 1.00 .96 .88 

Nocturne, (8.1) 3 V. Patent No. 713. (Retails $2.50 
ea.; 3 or more $2.20 ea.) Bright cardinal red 
with dark shadings of crimson. The large 
petals have good substance, are richly tex- 
tured and the pleasant fragrant flower is 
long lasting. Color is somewhat lighter and 
brighter during hot weather. A.A.R.S. award 
for 1948. 

No. 1 1.40 1.25 1.20 1.10 

No. 1% . 1.12 1.00 .96 .88 

Pink Peace, (7.6) 3 V. Patent No. 1759. (Retails $2.75 
ea.; 3 or more $2.40 ea.) Very fragrant and 
non-fading pink blooms are borne individually 
on long stems. The vigorous upright plant is 
quite generous with the 60-65 petal flowers. 
Disease resistant leathery leaves. 

No. 1 1.50 1.37 y 2 1.30 1.20 

No. 1% 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 

I 



Royal Highness, (8.0) 2 V. Patent No. 2032. (Retails 
$3.00 ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Perfectly 
formed buds and blooms of frosty, light pink 
on individual long, strong stems. Dark, glossy 
foliage on a well proportioned plant. Fine 
exhibition rose. A.A.R.S. Award Winner for 
1963. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 



Rubaiyat, (8.2) 3 V. Patent No. 758. (Retails $2.00 
ea.; 3 or more $1.75 ea.) Shapely buds open 
to large, double flowers of rose-pink to cerise 

No. 1 1.10 1.00 .95 .85 

red. Plant is tall, hardy and disease resistant. 

No. 1% .88 .80 .76 .68 



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ROSES — Continued 

PATENTED HYBRID TEA — Continued 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

South Seas, (8.4) 3 F. Patent No. 2184. (Retails 
$3.50 ea.; 3 or more $3.10 ea.) Deep shell pink 
buds and very large blooms of coral-pink. 
Huge, high-centered blooms are fragrant and 
long lasting. Large, leathery foliage. Con- 
tinuous bloomer. Hardy. 

No. 1 $1.85 $ 1.75 $ 1.55 $ 1.40 

No. 1% 1.48 1.40 1.24 1.12 

Sterling Silver, (7.0) 2 V. Patent No. 1433. (Retails 
$3.00 ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Silver-lavender 
flowers 4 to 5 inches across with sweet fra- 
grance. Medium tall plant, vigorous and free 
blooming, with dark green, leathery foliage. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Sutters Gold, (8.1) 3 V. Patent No. 885. (Retails $2.75 
ea.; 3 or more $2.40 ea.) Beautiful long- 
pointed yellow bud, richly shaded with orange 
and red. Rich tea fragrance not found in any 
other yellow rose. The 24-petaled flowers are 
high centered and richly colored. A.A.R.S. 
award for 1950. 

No. 1 1.50 1.37% 1.30 1.20 

No. 1V 2 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 

Tiffany, (8.8) 3 V. Patent No. 1304, (Retails $2.75 ea.; 

3 or more $2.40 ea.) Pointed buds of deep 
pink with golden shading at base, open to a 
phlox-pink bloom. Flowers are perfectly 
formed, double and have exceptional lasting 
qualities. Blooms are borne singly on long 
stems. Vigorous upright bush with dark green 
foliage. A.A.R.S. award for 1955. 

No. 1 1.50 1.37% 1.30 1.20 

No. 1% 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 

Tropicana, (9.0) Patent No. 1969. (Retails $3.50 ea.; 

3 or more $3.10 ea.) Orange red color is held 
in sun as well as in a cut flower. Blooms 
4% to 5 inches in diameter will last five to 
six days when cut. Constant bloomer. Rich 
green foliage is very disease resistant. 
Adapted to all parts of the country. A.A.R.S. 
Award Winner for 1963. 

No. 1 1.85 1.75 1.55 1.40 

No. 1% 1.48 1.40 1.24 1.12 

White Knight, (7.2) 2 S. Patent No. 1359. (Retails 
$2.75 ea; 3 or more $2.40 ea.) First white 
hybrid tea ever awarded the A.A.R.S. honor. 
Superb form of both bush and flower. The 
satiny white blossoms hold their purity of 
color on long stems ideal for cutting. The 
35 petals roll loosely outward achieving a 
stunning effect in the open flower. 1958 
A. A. R. S. award winner. 

No. 1 ... 1.50 1.37%. 1.30 1.20 

No. 1% 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 



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ROSES — Continued 

PATENTED CLIMBERS 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

CI. Chrysler Imperial, (7.4) V. Patent No. 1528. (Re- 
tails $2.75 ea.; 3 or more $2.40 ea.) Long 
tapered crimson buds on vigorous canes open 
to vivid oxblood red. Good foliage. A.A.R.S. 
award winner 1958. 

No. 1 $1.50 $ 1.37% $ 1.30 $ 1.20 

No. lVz 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 

CI. Gladiator, (8.1) F. Patent No. 1524. (Retails $2.75 
ea.; 3 or more $2.40 ea.) Brilliant rose red 
blooms 5 inches across. Recurrent bloomer. 
Plants 8 to 10 feet high with decorative, 
disease resistant foliage of dark emerald 
green. Very hardy. 

No. 1 1.50- 1.37% 1.30 1.20 

No. 1% 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 

CI. Golden Showers, (7.3) F. Patent No. 1557. (Retails 
$2.50 ea.; 3 or more $2.20 ea.) Buds and 
flowers are exquisitely shaped daffodil yellow. 
Long pointed buds with fragrant, high cen- 
tered, 25-30 petaled 3% to 4 inch yellow open 
blooms. Recurrent bloomer. Almost thornless. 
1957 A.A.R.S. Award Winner. 

No. 1 1.40 1.25 1.20 1.10 

No. iy 2 1.12 1.00 .96 .88 

CI. Peace, (7.2) S. Patent No. 932. (Retails $2.50 ea.; 

3 or more $2.20 ea.) Climbing form of the 
famous Hybrid Tea. Blooms lemon-yellow, 
edged rose-pink. Very dark glossy foliage. 

No. 1 :'_ 1.40 1.25 1.20 1.10 

No. 1% 1.12 1.00 .96 .88 

Don Juan, (8.1) V. Patent No. 1864. (Retails $3.00 ea.; 

3 or more $2.65 ea.) Pillar type. Constant 
display of deep velvety red 5 inch flowers 
with delightful fragrance. Color holds, does 
not burn. Excellent for cutting. Very hardy. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 



PATENTED FLORIBUNDA 

Baby Blaze, (7.7) 2 F. Patent No. 1362. (Retails $1.75 
ea.; 3 or more $1.55 ea.) A 1955 introduction 
which features dark red buds, opening to a 
rich velvety cherry-red color and only a few 
shades lighter when fully opened. Does not 
blue in any stage. Excellent for group plant- 
ings, foundation plantings and hedges. Flowers 
produced in large clusters of from 10 to 25 
on a shoot. Vigorous grower, bushy, 3 feet. 

No. 1 1.00 .87y 2 .80 .75 

No. 1% .80 .70 .64 .60 

Chatter, (7.3) 1 F. Patent No. 739. (Retails $1.50 ea.; 

3 or more $1.30 ea.) Unusually bright crimson, 
generous flower clusters, continuously in 
bloom, velvety firm petals. 

No. 1 .90 .75 .70 .65 



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ROSES— Continued 
PATENTED FLORD3UNDA— Continued 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

Circus, (7.8) 2 F. Patent No. 1382. (Retails $2.50 ea.; 

3 or more $2.20 ea.) Perfect urn-shaped buds 
of bright red and yellows, each color chang- 
ing as the high-centered flower unfolds. Pre- 
dominating color may be orange, then pink 
or gold, maturing a bright red. Mildly fra- 
grant and of lasting substance making it 
fine for cutting. Plant is vigorous, medium 
low and compact with handsome foliage. 
A.A.R.S. Award for 1956. 

No. 1 $1.40 $ 1.25 $ 1.20 $ 1.10 

No. m 1.12 1.00 .96 .88 

Fashion, (9.0) 2 F. Patent No. 789. (Retails $2.00 ea.; 

3 or more $1.75 ea.) Brilliant coral-peach 
flowers open with wavy graceful petals. All 
season bloom, large clusters and singly. 
A.A.R.S. Award for 1950. 

No 1 1.10 1.00 .95 .85 

No. 1V 2 .88 .80 .76 .68 

Fusilier, (7.9) 2 S. Patent No. 1709. (Retails $1.75 ea.; 

3 or more $1.55 ea.) Rich orange red of 
great brilliance which runs to a darker cherry 
red in the fall. Flowers are produced in heavy 
clusters. Petals of the large blooms are 
frilled. 1958 A.A.R.S. Award. 

No. 1 1.00 .87 V 2 .80 .75 

No. 1% .80 .70 .64 .60 

Goldilocks, (7.3) 1 F. Patent No. 672. (Retails $1.75 
ea.; 3 or more $1.55 ea.) Large double blooms 
of deep yellow borne in clusters on small 
bushy plant. Free bloomer. 

No. 1 1.00 .87% .80 .75 

No. iy 2 .80 .70 .64 .60 

Jiminy Cricket, (7.6) 2 V. Patent No. 1346. (Retails 
$2.00 ea.; 3 or more $1.75 ea.) Tangerine red 
buds opening to coral-orange. Bronze foli- 
age turning to rich green. Vigorous grower 
ideal for hedges and borders. A.A.R.S. Award 
for 1955. 

No. 1 1.10 1.00 .95 .85 

No. 1V 2 .88 .80 .76 .68 

Red Pinocchio, (8.8) 2 F. Patent No. 812. (Retails 
$1.75 ea.; 3 or more $1.55 ea.) Masses of 
3% inch flowers in unfading clusters. Rich 
carmine; gradually deepens as blooms open. 
Vigorous; prolific bloomer. 

No. 1 1.00 .87U .SO .75 

No. IV2 .80 .70 .64 .60 

Saratoga, ( ) Patent No. 2299. (Retails $2.50 ea.; 

3 or more $2.20 ea.) A.A.R.S. Award for 
1964. Buds, slightly flushed cream, double 
white 4 inch flowers in abundant clusters. 
Blooms are extremely long lasting. Glossy 
dark green foliage on a healthy plant averag- 
ing 2V2 feet in height. 

No. 1 . 1.40 1.25 1.20 1.10 

No. 1% 1.12 1.00 .96 .88 



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ROSES— Continued 
PATENTED FLORIBUNDA — Continued 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

Spartan, (8.5) 2 V. Patent No. 1357. (Retails $2.00 ea.; 

3 or more $1.75 ea.) Clusters of burnt orange 
buds open slowly to a huge high centered 
hybrid tea shaped bloom of bright orange 
red. Strong vigorous plant blooms long and 
abundantly. 

No. 1 $1.10 $ 1.00 $ .95 $ .85 

No. 1% .88 .80 .76 .68 

Vogue, (8.2) 2 S. Patent No. 926. (Retails $2.00 ea.; 

3 or more $1.75 ea.) Floribunda with its 
own unique brilliantly glowing cherry-coral 
color. Individual flowers three or four inches 
in diameter are Hybrid Tea shaped with 
perfect high centered form. They open slowly 
from a dark cherry ovoid bud to the delight- 
ful cherry-coral open flowers. Rich spicy fra- 
grance. A.A.R.S. Award for 1952. 

No. 1 1.10 1.00 .95 .85 

No. 1% .88 .80 .76 .68 

White Bouquet, (7.4) 2 F. Patent No. 1415. (Retails 
$2.00 ea.; 3 or more $1.75 ea.) First white 
floribunda to win A.A.R.S. award, 1957. Spicy 
fragrant flowers to 4 inches across in clus- 
ters and as individual flowers. Golden yellow 
stamens. Dark green foliage 18 to 24 inches 
tall. 

No. 1 1.10 1.00 .95 .85 

No. 1% .88 .80 .76 .68 

PATENTED GRANDEFLORA ROSES 

The new Grandiflora class consists of varieties relatively tall in growth, free 
flowering, often with many flowers in clusters but with individual stems long 
enough for cutting. The flower, though not necesarily as large as Hybrid Teas, 
is larger than the average Floribunda but with the bud and flower form of the 
Hybrid Tea. 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 
Each Each Each Each 

Camelot, Patent No. 2371. (Retails $3.50 ea.; 3 or 
more $3.10 ea.) A.A.R.S. Award Winner for 
1965. Large buds open to coral-pink double 
blooms. Blooms freely and continuously one, 
two or three to the stem, 5 inches across. 
Large dark green leaves. Strong, vigorous 
plant. 

No. 1 $1.85 $ 1.75 $ $ 

No. 1% 1.48 1.40 

Carrousel, (9.0) 3 F. Patent No. 1066. (Retails $2.25 
ea.; 3 or more $2.00 ea.) Large double flowers 
of the Hybrid Tea class borne in clusters like 
a Floribunda. Continuous deep red flowers re- 
gardless of weather. Mildew resistant. 

No. 1 1.25 1.12% 1.05 .95 

No. l 1 ^ 1.00 .90 .84 .76 

Golden Girl, (7.4) 2 F. Patent No. 1912. (Retails $2.50 
ea.; 3 or more $2.20 ea.) Pointed bud. Bril- 
liant yellow flower of 45 petals, 4 inches 
across, borne in great profusion on a vigorous 
upright bush. Fine for the home gardener. 

No. 1 1.40 1.25 1.20 1.10 

No. 1% . 1.12 1.00 .96 .88 



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ROSES — Continued 

PATENTED GRANDIFLORA — Continued 

10-20 20-100 100-250 250-up 

Each Each Each Each 

John S. Armstrong, (7.3) Patent No. 2056. (Retails 
$3.50 ea.; 3 or more $3.10 ea.) Deep, dark 
red. Profuse buds and blooms are colorfast 
and very long lasting. Vigorous, disease re- 
sistant plant. A.A.R.S. for 1962. 

No. 1 . $1.85 $ 1.75 $ 1.55 $ 1.40 

No. iy 3 , 1.48 1.40 1.24 1.12 

Montezuma, (8.6) 3 S. Patent No. 1383. (Retails $3.00 
ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Long buds of bright 
scarlet-orange slowly change to an attractive 
salmon-orange as large double blooms unfold. 
Flowers in long-stemmed cluster. Free bloom- 
ing. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. iy 2 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Mount Shasta, 3 F. Patent No. 2132. (Retails $3.00 
ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Enormous, long, 
pointed bud opens to a large white bloom 
with very broad petals. Flowers come abun- 
dantly and continuously on very long stems. 
Gray-green leathery foliage on a tall up- 
right plant. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Pink Parfait, (7.6) 3 F. Patent No. 1904. (Retails $3.00 
ea.; 3 or more $2.65 ea.) Perfect buds and 
high centered blooms borne profusely on a 
robust plant, all ideal for cutting. Delicate 
pastel blends vary with the weather from 
salmon-buff at the heart of the flower to rich 
rose-pink at the tips of the petals. Disease 
resistant. A.A.R.S. Award 1961. 

No. 1 1.65 1.50 1.40 1.30 

No. 1% 1.32 1.20 1.12 1.04 

Queen Elizabeth, (9.0) 3 F. Patent No. 1259. (Retails 
$2.75 ea.; 3 or more $2.40 ea.) Pure pink 
blooms of the hybrid tea type borne on long 
stems. Glossy deep green foliage. A.A.R.S. 
Award for 1955. 

No. 1 1.50 1.37% 1.30 1.20 

No. iy 2 1.20 1.10 1.04 .96 



BULLETIN NO. 1 



53 



ROSES — Continued 

BROWNE LL SUB-ZERO HYBRID TEA 

These plants from hardier species, Wichuraiana Hybrids, are reported by the 
originator as being equal in every way with the more tender Hybrid Teas. Many 
times longer lived even after sub-zero winters. 

10-20 20-100 
Each Each 

Curly Pink, (7.8) 3 F. Patent No. 842. (Retails $2.25 ea.; 3 or more 
$2.10 ea.) Large, very double deep rose-pink blooms borne 
profusely on a dwarf compact bush with dark glossy foliage. 

No. 1 $1.00 $ .90 

No. 1% .80 .72 

Lily Pons, ( ) 3 F. Patent No. 420. (Retails $2.25 ea.; 3 or more 
$2.10 ea.) Large, high-centered, spectrum-yellow center shad- 
ing to white on outer petals. Long strong stems. Glossy 



foliage. Vigorous, profuse bloomer. 

No. 1 1.00 .90 

No. 1% .80 .72 

Orange Ruffels, (6.2) 2 F. (Retails $2.25 ea.; 3 or more $2.10 ea.) 
Long pointed bud opening into a double, curled and frilled 
flower of orange shading to saffron yellow. Dark glossy 
foliage. 

No. 1 1.00 .90 

No. 1% .80 .72 

Queen o' the Lakes, (7.6) 2 F. Patent No. 1003. (Retails $2.25 ea.; 3 
or more $2.10 ea.) Large, double flowers of blood-red to car- 
mine. Glossy foliage on a dwarf bushy plant. 

No. 1 1.00 .90 

No. 1% .80 .72 

V for Victory, (6.6) 3 V. Patent No. 543. (Retails $2.25 ea.; 3 or 
more $2.10 ea.) Long pointed buds open to double flowers of 
spectrum-yellow with red at center. Large glossy foliage 
on a vigorous bushy plant. 

No. 1 1.00 .90 

No. 1% .80 .72 



Miscellaneous Perennials 



We offer field grown, clean, well-rooted individual plants that are vigorous and 
free from disease. 

Perennials are very perishable and should be shipped by express. 

Perennials offered in this section are bare-root. 

Per 10 Per 100 

DICENTRA, Bleeding Heart 

spectabilis, an old-fashioned favorite; its long racemes of grace- 
ful heart shaped pink flowers are always attractive. 12 in. 
200 Undivided plants. 3 to 5 eye . . $ 4.50 $ 40.00 

LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY (convallaria majalis). 

Spikes of very fragrant small white bell-shaped flowers in 
early spring. Fine for shady locations. 

1000 Pips .40 3.50 

100 Clumps (10 pips each) 2.90 25.00 



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THE SHENANDOAH NURSERIES, SHENANDOAH, IOWA 



Peonies 



We are growing the best of the old and many of the recent introductions of 
exceptionally outstanding merit. 

The roots offered are strong 3/5 eye division, true to name, and from healthy 
3 year old clumps. 

Number after name of variety represents rating given it by the American 
Peony Society. 

Per 10 Per 100 

230 Adolphe Rosseau. (8.5) Shining crimson with dark shading. 

Early. $ 6.00 $ 55.00 

70 Anna Saas, (9.6) Light pink-toned orchid blooms on strong 

stems. Tall. Late mid-season. 6.00 55.00 

190 Baroness Schroeder, (9.0) Immense globular flowers of delicate 
blush changing to pure white. Tall strong stems fine for 

cutting. Late midseason. 4.50 40.00 

50 Duchesse Denemours, (8.1) Crown type pure white. Fragrant. 

Early. 4.50 40.00 

690 Edulis Superba, (7.6) Fragrant bright pink. Early. 4.50 40.00 

1600 Francois Ortegat, (6.7) Purplish crimson. Midseason . .. . 4.50 40.00 

160 Mme. Ducel, (7.9) Silver pink with salmon and silver reflex. 

Midseason. 4.50 40.00 

400 Rachel, (7.9) Rose type. Large double garnet flowers. Midseason. 4.50 40.00 

540 Tourangelle, (9.4) Large flat flowers on long stems. Rose type. 

White overlaid with salmon and rose. Late midseason. 6.00 55.00 

PEONIES — By Color 

650 Pink 4.00 35.00 



WOOD BOXING CHARGES 

30x30x10 $7.00 24x24x10 $6.00 

30x30x8 6.00 24x24x8 . . - - 5.50 

30x30x6 . _•_ 5.00 20x20x10 5.00 

30x30x5 4.50 20x20x8 - 4.50 

Above charges will be refunded if OUR OWN boxes are returned, PREPAID, and 
in first class condition, prior to May 15. 

CORRUGATED BOXES 

60x20x20 . $1.50 36x20x20 $1.00 

48x20x20 ..... 1.25 

BASKETS 



1 bushel _ . . . $0.50 % bushel 

Bales will be charged at actual cost of material and labor. 



$0.35 



INDEX 



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Acer 9, 10, 35 

Althea 22 

Ampelopsis 33 

Apple 3, 4 

Apricots 4, 5 

Arborvitae 40 

Ash 11, 12, 36 

Asparagus 8 

Barberry 18 

Beauty Bush 23 

Betula 10 

Birch 10 

Bittersweet 32, 35 

Blackberry 8 

Bleeding Heart 53 

Blueberry 8 

Boxing Charges 54 

Buddleia 18, 19 

Calycanthus 19 

Caragana 19, 34 

Caryopteris 19 

Celastrus 32, 35 

Celtis 11 

Cercis . 11 

Chaenomeles 19, 20, 34 

Cherry 5 

Clematis 32 

Coffeetree 12 

Coralberry 28 

Cornus 11, 20 

Cotinus 20 

Cotoneaster 20, 21 

Crab 13, 14, 15 

Crapemyrtle 23 

Crateagus 11 

Currant 8 

Deutzia 21 

Dicentra 63 

Dogwood 11, 20 

Elaeagnus 11, 36 

Elm 17, 36 

Engleman Ivy 33 

Euonymus 21, 32 

Evergreens 37-40 

Fir 40 

Forsythia 21, 22 

Fraxinus 11, 12, 86 

Fruit Trees 3-7 



Gleditsia 12, 36 

Grapes 8 

Gymnocladus 12 

Hackberry 11 

Hedging 34, 35 

Hibiscus 22 

Honey locust 12, 36 

Honeysuckle __24, 32, 33, 34, 35 

Horseradish 8 

Hydrangea 23 

Ilex 23 

Juglans 36 

Juniper — _37, 38, 39 

Kerria 23 

Kolkwitzia 23 

Laburnum 12 

Lagerstroemia 23 

Li gust rum 34 

Lilac — . 28, 29 

Lilies 53 

Linden 17 

Lining out Stock 35, 36 

Liriodendron 12 

Locust 12, 36 

Lonicera 24, 32, 33, 34, 35 

Malus 13, 14 ,15 

Maple 9, 10, 35 

Mockorange 24, 25 

Mountain Ash 16 

Nanking Cherry 26 

Nectarine 5 

Ninebark 25 

Oak 16 

Parthenocissus 33 

Peach 6 

Pear 6, 7 

Peonies 54 

Perennials 53 

Philadelphus 24, 25 

Physocarpus 25 

Picea 39, 40 

Pine 40 

Platanus 15 



Plum 7 

Polygonum 33 

Poplar 15, 36 

Potentilla 26 

Privet 34 

Prunus 15, 16, 26 

Pseudotsuga 40 

Quercus 16 

Quince 19, 20 

Raspberry 8 

Red Bud 11 

Rhubarb 8 

Rhus 26, 27 

Rosa 35 

Russian Olive 11, 36 

Roses : 

Climbing 43 

Flor. & Poly. 42 

Hybrid Tea 41, 42 

Patented Cli. 49 

Patented Flor. 49, 50 , 51 

Patented Grand. 51, 52 

Patented H. T. 43, 44, 48 

Patented Sub-Zero 53 

Shrub 42 

Salix 16, 27, 36 

Seedlings 35, 36 

Shade Trees 9-17 

Shrubs 18-31 

Silverlace 33 

Small Fruits 8 

Smoketree 20 

Snowball 30 

Snowberry 28 

Sorbus 16 

Spirea 27, 35 

Spruce 39, 40 

Sumac 26, 27 

Sycamore 15 

Symphoricarpos 28 

Syringa 28, 29 

Tamarix 29, 30 

Thorn 11 

Thuja 40 

Tilia 17 

Tulip Tree 12 

Ulmus 17, 36 

Viburnum 30 

Vines 32, 33 

Walnut 36 

Weigela 30, 31 

Willow 16, 27, 36 

Wisteria 33 



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BILL SMART 

DON COOPER 
H. L. VAN TOL 

A. J. McCOMBS 
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THE SHENANDOAH NURSERIES 

(Lakes) 

SHENANDOAH, IOWA 51601