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Below are some books that everyone having a garden should own. I can 
take your order and have them sent direct from the publisher. 



A Simple Guide to Rock Gardening, by J. L. Cotter. Tells briefly how to 
build rock, wall, and bog gardens, how to plant, what to plant, and how to care for 
and cultivate the plants. Written for English conditions but equally valuable in 
America, as thousands of purchasers will tell you. 126. pp. $1.00 

The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture, edited by L. H. Bailey. This is 
the one universal and invaluable authority on every horticultural question. Makes 
a compact but thorough presentation of the kinds, characteristics and methods of culti- 
vation of the plants grown in the United States and Canada for ornament, for fancy, 
for fruit and for vegetables. Formerly in 6 volumes, but now in three at about half 
the original price. 5,000 illustrations, 3,637 pages, 3 volumes, fabrikoid binding. 

$25.00 

The Book of Bulbs, by F. F. Rockwell. Will help you grow bulbs successfully 
for spring, summer, fall, and winter flowering, inside and outside your home. The in- 
formation in this book tells, and its pictures show how to grow 70 different bulbous 
plants including tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, lilies, gladiolus, dahlias, peonies, irises, 
begonias, cannas, bloodroots, and dozens of others. Recommended as the most com- 
plete and newest guide to bulb growing. 187 111., 264 pp. $3.00 

Dahlias, by F. F. Rockwell. Learn to know the different types of dahlias and 
their uses in your garden, how to plant and grow them, what fertilizers to use, how 
to control pests, how to harvest and store the tubers, grow for exhibition, and how 
to propagate and hybridize. Brief and practical. 65 111., 80. $1.00 

Gladiolus, by F. F. Rockwell. Recommended as "the best brief guide on glad- 
iolus growing." It tells how to plant, fertilize, and cultivate; how to grow from seed 
or bulblets; how to harvest and cure; how to handle for cut flowers; and every other 
detail needed for success with this popular flower. 45 111., 79 pp. $1.00 

Irises, by F. F. Rockwell. A handy guide which will bring you success with irises 
and show new uses and effects possible in your garden. Describes the dwarf, early, 
German, Japanese, Siberian, water, crested, Spanish, English, Dutch and other types; 
tells the best soils; what fertilizers to use; how to plant; and what care is necessary. 
Tells how to propagate stock for your own use. 54 111., 80 pp. $1.00 

The Design of Small Properties, by M. E. Bottomley. Here are 52 carefully 
designed plans, one or more of which will give you just the planting layout you want 
for your home. Each plan is fully described and explained so that you can easily modify 
it to fit any special conditions. A check list of nearly 600 plants showing the height, 
color, time of bloom, foilage, growing habit, soil requirements, etc., of each one shows 
you what to plant. 64 111., 233 pp. $3.00 

How to Grow Fine Flowers, by E. H. and R. T. Wilson. A very fine 212 page 
book for amateurs. It is written by practical men who actually run a popular garden 
themselves. The book treats of a great many subjects. Also contains a pronunciation 
dictionary and germination table. $2.50 



FOREWORD 



To those who have grown the gladiolus there is no need to speak about the good 
qualities of this wonderful flower. They know. But as thousands of people will get 
this catalog who have never grown any "glads" or perhaps only a few of the older var- 
ieties I want to say a few words to them. There are thousands of other flowers suitable 
for your garden, all beautiful and all having their places in the general scheme of things. 
But there is none that will give you the same amount of pleasure and beauty and all- 
round satisfaction as the gladiolus. There is no other flower that has the almost infinite 
variety of color and form as the gladiolus Colors range thro almost every conceivable 
shade and new colors and shades and forms are being introduced every year. 

There is a fascination about growing glads that becomes a hobby, then a craze. 
There are five stages of interest in growing "glads". First you just grow them as an 
amateur, same as you would any other flower Then as your interest in them increases 
you become a "fan", then a "bug", then a "nut" and finally a "fiend." When you 
reach this final stage you are hopeless. You think of "glads" all day, dream of them at 
night, spend every available minute of your time in the garden talk of them, visit the 
shows, read all the catalogs and spend all your money on them. You will look lovingly 
at the last flower in the fall, will handle over your bulbs in the winter time and will hardly 
be able to wait till you can lovingly plant the bulbs in the spring. From then till the 
first bloom appears is a period of happy anticipation. When finally the spikes of bloom 
begin to appear you are in heaven. 

And why isn't this as well as to play golf? Personally I would like to play golf if 
I had the time but 1 don't believe any golf enthusiast ever got more fun out of the game 
then the rabid "glad fiend" gets out of growing glads. 

USES OF THE GLADIOLUS. Aside from a few varieties that are especially 
adapted for landscape planting, the gladiolus is preeminently valuable as a cut flower. 
Some varieties are valuable for planting in a group to make a mass effect of a certain 
color. But as a rule they do not make a pleasing effect in the garden unless the old 
faded flowers are kept picked off. 

The greatest use of the gladiolus is as a cut flower and it is used for every conceiv- 
able purpose for which cut flowers are used. Millions are raised every year for the florist 
trade to be used in wedding decorations, funeral work table decorations, baskets, bridal 
bouquets, etc. But the florists do not use enough of the newer and better varieties. 
To them a glad is a glad. They should help educate the public to the newer and more 
beautiful varieties. 

For the home they help to brighten things up with their beautiful colors. Any 
color scheme can be created by using the right varieties. The tips of the prim varieties 
are beautiful for table bowls. By using the right varieties you can have any conceivable 
arrangement of bloom from the most dainty to the most majestic. 

CULTURE. The culture of the gladiolus is about as easy as anything can be. 
They grow in any kind of soil from the lightest sand to heavy clay. And they do not 
want rich soil, at least no manure near the bulbs Just plant them four to six inches 
deep, keep the weeds out, and in dry weather water them if necessary With every 
order I enclose detailed directions for growing them. But remember it is easy to have 
wonderfully fine flowers and they require no special care. 

Tho glads will do well most everywhere except in the shade and will give you good 
results under adverse conditions, they will respond to good treatment and repay you 
bountifully for any extra care you give them. Some varieties will respond more than 
Others to special care. Like any other plant you can't expect to get the same results if 
you plant them in dry sand or hard clay and do not give them water. They like lots of 
water but do not want wet feet. That is, they must have good drainage, If water stands 
on the land they will not do nearly as well as they will where the water drains off. If 
your soil is very dry they will appreciate a good thorough watering once a week or so. 
They will bloom under adverse conditions but will be much better under more favorable 
soil conditions. They are not at all fussy but like other plants will respond to ordinary 
sense in their culture. 



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BLOOMING DATES. I cannot give the blooming dates of the various varieties. 
For one reason I seldom plant large bulbs and of course it takes longer for the small 
sizes to come to bloom 

Secondly, when exact dates are given it is often misleading. The same variety 
varies greatly under different conditions. Late planted ones will not bloom much later 
than the early planted ones. If 100 bulbs of the same size of most any one variety are 
planted at one time, they will probably come into bloom over a period of at least a month. 

I can only tell if a variety is early, midseason or late with some qualifications as 
to extra early or late. This is the best I can do. 

TO GET THE MOST out of your glads you should have them bloom thro as 
long a season as possible. Get some very early ones and some of the late ones. You 
will appreciate these even more than those that bloom thro the middle of the season. 
Cara Mia is the earliest variety I grow and Salmon Glow comes next, then Apricot 
Glow and Quinton You should have some of these. There are several late ones. 
W. H Phipps, Herbstzauber, Indian Summer, Mrs Peters, Lorice are fine late ones. 

WHAT IS THE BEST GLAD in a certain color? Or the best 10? There is 
no best one for all purposes. Some do well in some places and not so well in others. 
A variety that might be fine for exhibition might be entirely out of place in a bridal 
bouquet. Then two varieties of nearly the same color but of different seasons of bloom- 
ing may both be good and should have a place in your garden. There is no use or sense 
in comparing Gold Eagle with Golden Dream or Mary Frey with Mrs. Peters or Apricot 
Glow with Richard Diener. The first named ones are nearly thro blooming before 
the others begin to bloom. You need both the early and the late ones and some in 
between. 

A variety that you may think is the ultimate of perfection another person may not 
like at all. And so it goes. Try out the various varieties and save the ones you like best. 

QUALITY OF BULBS. I think it is generally considered that northern grown 
bulbs are the best. The cool climate gives them a vigor that southern grown bulbs 
do not have as a rule. While I do not claim that we grow better bulbs than anyone else 
1 have often found that new varieties that I buy do better the second season from the 
bulbs I grow here than they did from the original bulbs. I have many letters from cus- 
tomers who say my bulbs have given very fine results I always disinfect my bulbs 
before planting and plant on new land every year; which is necessary if the health and 
vigor of the bulb is maintained. My bulbs this year are the finest and cleanest I have 
ever grown. 

GUARANTEE. Every bulb is guaranteed to be true to name and healthy. We 
are all human and so subject to mistakes and occasionally a bulb gets by that is not 
right. But in that case don't tell your neighbors but tell me and I will adjust the 
matter to your entire satisfaction. In fact, I guarantee satisfaction. 

I am not only trying to sell bulbs but also make steady customers. My enemies 
(and I probably have some) won't buy of me anyway. The only people to whom I 
can sell the second order are my friends, so I am going to try to make you a friend if 
you will give me a chance. 

The growers as a whole are a fine bunch of fellows and try to do the right thing. 
But there are some who are not so careful as they should be. It is no small job to 
grow several hundred varieties and keep them all absolutely true to name and to send 
out only good healthy bulbs. It requires eternal vigilance and personal supervision 
to have everything satisfactory to the customer. But this is what I try to do, in fact, 
guarantee to give satisfaction. My bulbs this year are the finest I ever had. 

I have grown and sold bulbs for the past seven years and every year my business 
has increased at least fifty per cent. The past year it was nearly sixty per cent. Judging 
from the way the orders have come in before this catalog was published, the increase 
this year will be much larger than ever before. This would seem to indicate that I 
please my customers. 

ORDER EARLY. There is everything to gain and nothing to lose by ordering 
early. If you wait there is the possibility and in some varieties the strong probability 
of their being sold out long before spring. Some varieties are always sold out early 



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and we can't tell beforehand just which ones they are going to be. Sometimes a grower 
will think a certain variety is especially good and will pick up all he can find. Or else 
the public will want a variety in quantity before there is stock enough to go round. 

In fact before this catalog was in print I was sold out of some sizes in several var- 
ieties. 

Then if you wait till spring as many do, we are always rushed with orders at that 
time and can't give the individual attention to them that we can if we have the orders 
earlier in the season. 

If you do not want to spend all your money early in the season you can send on 
the order with a deposit of 25% and I will hold it till March 15th. But when the full 
amount is sent with the order I am more generous with extras. 

ABOUT SIZES. As you will see in the price list the bulbs are listed in six sizes. 
If you want the very best blooms get No. 1. As a rule these will produce the biggest 
spikes and blooms. The smaller the bulb the smaller the plant and bloom. No. 3 
will give fine blooms in most varieties. Even No. 4 will produce good blooms in many 
varieties and Nos. 5 and 6 will bloom in some varieties but will be much smaller. It 
you are growing for increase, get Nos 4,, 5 or 6. These are all grown from bulblets 
and will produce more bulblets than older bulbs as a rule Generally bulbs two years 
old from bulblets are considered the best for bloom. That is what Nos. 1, 2 and 3 
usually are 

BULBLETS. For those who can't afford to buy high priced bulbs and are willing 
to wait a year or two and want to "grow their own'' so as to get them cheaper a good 
way is to buy bulblets. Occasionally a variety will bloom from bulblets the first year 
but it usually takes two years to get a good bloom. But 1 want it distinctly understood 
that I do not replace bulblets if they do not grow. The bulblets of some varieties 
nearly all grow but in most kinds you cannot depend on more than 75 or 80% and in 
some kinds it takes expert treatment to make any germinate. So that if you buy one 
or two high priced bulblets of any variety and they do not grow it is your loss. Different 
conditions also have a great deal to do with the germination of bulblets. You would 
probablv have good luck growing them but you have to take your chances the same as 
I do. 

PRICES, TERMS, ETC. Unfortunately there are all kinds of prices in this 
gladiolus business. Often growers just starting in think they have got to sell cheap in 
order to sell at all and they do but usually their stock is very small so that their prices 
should not effect prices in general. It is part of my business to keep track of prices 
and if I find well known reliable growers are selling for less than I am I will put in extra 
bulbs to make up the difference. Don't hesitate about prices. Just send in your orders 
and I will see that you get your money's worth. Then it is worth a little more to get 
bulbs from a grower who you know produces good stock and is willing and eager to 
make things right if anything should turn out wrong. 

I cannot accept orders for less than $ 1 .00. I lose money on orders of less than $ 1 .00, 
in fact make very little on orders of less than $2.00; not enough to pay for the bother. 
But I know that a lot of beginners don't want to spend so much so will accept orders for 
$1.00. But just wait till these beginners get the "Glad Bug." Then is when I make 
my money. 

EXTRAS ON ORDERS. On cash orders of $2.00 to $5.00 you can select 5% 
extra in bulbs of your own choosing, $5.00 to $25.00 you can select 10%, $25.00 to $50 00 
15% and $50.00 to $100.00, and over, 20% extra. 

These orders must include at least three varieties and are not for quantities priced 
by the 1,000. Also does not include the variety "Inspiration" or mixtures. 

On cash orders of $10 00 or more for bulbs priced per each and per 10 I will give a 
copy of the Gladiolus book by Rockwell if you ask for it. This is a very good book on 
the growing of gladiolus. 

In addition to the above I usually slip in something extra that I think will please 
you If there is some variety that you are interested in just mention it and if the price 
is not too high and if I have stock enough I will put in a bulb of it. I like to be generous 
in filling orders. 



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M IXTURES. I do not advise an advanced amateur ever to buy a mixture of glads. 
And they usually will not. It is so much more fun to keep the kinds separate and learn 
to know them all by name, learn the different characteristics of the various varieties. 
Then if there is one you especially like and you want to get more you know what it 
is you want. 

But there are thousands of people who have gardens, who want a few glads and 
have not yet got the "bug" and so do not want to bother with keeping the kinds sepa- 
rate. For these people I have a mixture that is especially good. It contains at least 
thirty varieties, good ones in many different shades. These are mixed as the orders 
come in, so if you prefer more of one shade and less of others I can mix them that way. 
If you do not like reds I can leave them out and the same with other colors. I f you leave 
it to me I will give you a fine assortment of at least thirty kinds in the collections of 
50 or more bulbs. Bulbs are at least 1 inch in diameter and not the little J /2 ' ncn bulbs 
put out in many collections. 

THIS IS MY NO. 1 COLLECTION. 

They are priced at $3.00 for 100 bulbs, prepaid. $1.75 for 50 or $1.00 for 25, all 
prepaid. Next fall if you want your money back just say so. I don't believe there 
is as good a mixture offered by any other grower in the country at anywhere 
near the price. 

I have had many wonderful reports from the collections I sent out last year. 

I also have a NO. 2 COLLECTION at the same price. This includes only prim- 
ulinus varieties. 

NO. 3 COLLECTION $5.00 per 100, 50 and 25 at the 100 rate. This includes 
at least 40 varieties in many different shades and several of the newer varieties. 

NO. 4 COLLECTION $10.00 per 100, 50 and 25 at the 100 rate. This contains 
at least 50 varieties including many of the finest exhibition varieties and is sure to 
please anyone. If labeled these collections would cost a great deal more. 

Certain varieties are included in all the mixtures but in the higher priced ones are 
some varieties that are exceptionally fine and of an exhibition quality. All are very 
well worth the money. I am not afraid to compare them with any collection in the 
country. 

But remember the varieties in the collections are not labeled. 

PRONUNCIATION OF GLADIOLUS. At the annual meeting in Rochester, 
New York in 1925 of the American Gladiolus Society, the members went on record as 
favoring the pronunciation of glad-i-o'-lus and using the one form for both singular and 
plural. Now let's all work for this one pronunciation and tell our friends about it and 
do away with the confusion that has existed before in regard to this word. 



or A. G. S. for short. This is the fastest growing special flower society in the world. 
It has about 5,000 members now, all of whom are working for the advancement of the 
gladiolus. We need your help too. The dues are $2. a year for which you get the sat- 
isfaction of helping along the good cause and you also get "The Gladiolus Review," 
a monthly magazine devoted solely to the gladiolus. This magazine is worth much 
more than $2.00. You will also get other literature and catalogs. Send me the $2.00 
and I will see that you are enrolled as a member, and will give you a large bulb each 
of Golden Frills and Copper Bronze free. This is for new members only, not for trans- 
fers in the same family. Use the coupon in the back of this catalog. 



is the name of a first class monthly magazine devoted to flowers, nature, birds, bees' 
etc. Fine editorials. One of the very best. $2.00 a year. Address Madison Cooper' 
Calcium, N. Y. 



AMERICAN GLADIOLUS SOCIETY 



THE FLOWER GROWER 



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INTRODUCING 

Inspiration 

(E. F. Palmer) 

Five years ago the Kiwanis Club of Barrie, Ontario offered a silver cup to the Can- 
adian Gladiolus Society to be awarded to the best seedling g!adiolu,s shown at their 
annual show with the provision that the seedling must be of outstanding merit to re- 
ceive the award. The winning seedling was to receive the name Kiwanis. No award 
was made that year nor since till this past year 1929 tho the competition has been very 
keen. No seedling was shown in the 4 years previous to 1929 that the judges considered 
good enough to receive a name like Kiwanis, which is the name of one of the very best 
service clubs and known throughout the world. 

But at the show held in Barrie in 1929, Mr. E. F. Palmer of Vineland, Ontario, 
showed three spikes of a beautiful pink which four leading disinterested judges unan- 
imously agreed was worthy of the Kiwanis award. It was a very beautiful and absolutely 
distinct variety and surely deserved the prize. It was duly named Kiwanis, the cup 
was given to Mr. Palmer and it had a good start on a glorious career. 

But three months after the show Mr. Palmer received notice from Kiwanis head- 
quarters that they would not allow their name to be used in any such way. So it was 
necessary to rename it and the name "Inspiration" was chosen. This name means 
something to Mr Palmer as it was the first outstanding seedling he produced and was 
an inspiration to him to continue his efforts in hybridizing, work which is being rewarded 
by a wonderful lot of seedlings coming along, several of which you will hear from later 
when he has worked up a stock of them. (Apricot Glow is not a product of Mr. Palmer's 
own hybridizing tho he introduced it.) 

Here is Mr. Palmer's description of Inspiration: 

"Inspiration" (25241, Dr. Bennett x Gloriana). Deep shrimp pink (Ridgeway) 
self color except for very light flecking of peach red at edges of petals. Throat lightly 
marked with light mauve feathering on creamy pink ground, diffused. Bloom form is 
unusual and very fine, the petals being waved, fluted, semi-lacinated. giving a very 
pleasing and highly decorative effect. Blooms are Dr. Bennett size, wide open, heavy 
texture and withstands heat exceptionally well. 7-8 out on spikes from No 1 bulbs. 
4-5 out from No. 3 and No. 4 bulbs. From very large bulbs the first 3 or 4 blooms to 
open are inclined to "lily" form and face upwards. Blooms from all size bulbs open 
perfectly as a cut flower and maintain size well to tip blooms. Tall strong grower, robust 
plant, moderate propagator, making 40 to 50 cormels per bulb and germinating 75%. 
85-90 days to bloom. 

I have made a deal with Mr. Palmer to introduce "Inspiration." I am trying to 
find outstanding varieties to introduce but positively will not boost a variety that is 
not top-notch and distinctive and worthy of a place along with the best already on the 
market. There are a great many varieties introduced every year that never should go 
outside their originator's gardens. Probably I have been stung as many times as the 
next man by inferior introductions I realize that no person can always pick the good 
ones but I do surely feel that "Inspiration" is a variety that will make a name for itself 
without any special boosting. 

"Inspiration" should not be introduced this year as the stock is very limited but 
Mr. Palmer has 2 or 3 others that will be ready to introduce next year so we decided 
to put it out this year at the very moderate price of 510 00 each for any size bulb. We 
have already sold quite a few so if you want bulbs larger than No. 4 you had better get 
your order in early. 

$10.00 EACH, 12 FOR $100.00 



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(K) means Kunderd the originator; (Pf.) Pfitzer; (Horn) Hornberger; (Kirch) 
Kirchoff 

A. B. KUNDERD. (K) Cream, tinted pink, cerise lines on light yellow lip. Very 
heavily ruffled and beautiful. Good size. 

A. E. KUNDERD. (K) Very large. Salmon pink with rose red blotch. Heavily 

ruffled . Called a glorified Marshall Foch. 

ALBATROSS. (Pf.) Very large pure white. Several blooms open. One of the 

very finest whites'. 

AL SMITH. (K) New tall Salmon rose. 
AMBROSIA. (K) Old rose of a beautiful new shade. 

AMETHYST. (Errey) Deep lavender with deeper throat blotch. Ruffled. Opens 
8-10 well placed blooms. A very beautiful variety and bound to be popular. 

ANGEL'S DREAM. (Ellis) Large light pink. Many open. Fine. 

ANNA EBERIUS. (D) Very popular violet purple. 

ANNIE LAURIE. (Brown) Heavily ruffled delicate pink overlaid with light rose 
pink. Light purplish lines in the throat. 4-6 medium sized distinctive shape blooms 
open at a time. Good height, strong grower, fine propagator. This is one of the most 
exquisitely beautiful Glads in existence. A Glad that has a character that sets it apart 
from other Glads. Annie Laurie is not only a very beautiful Glad for the home garden 
but will become immensely popular as a commercial variety. I have very strong recom- 
mendations from some of the leading florists of the country and from many amateurs. 
You must see it to appreciate it. 

I have the largest stock in the country and can furnish any amount in most sizes. 

ANTHONY ZONKER. (K) Dark salmon with beautiful velvety red blotch. 
Large, ruffled. 5-8 or more open. 

ANTIONE. (K) Clear very deep ruffled yellow. Medium size but fine. 

ANTONIA ANTONETTE. (K) Soft salmon rose, large. Several open. Long 
spike. 

AVE MARIA. (Pf.) Large flowering light blue with small purple blotches. 7-8 
open. Fine. 

BENGAL TIGER. (Pratt) Large oriental red with almost black stripes. Odd 
but pretty. Very popular. 

BERTIE SNOW. (Mair) Pinkish lavender. Large flowers well placed on long 
spike. A magnificient varety when it comes clear. Sometimes flecks. Some growers 
consider this is the finest lavender. Great exibition variety. Good propagator. 

BETTY NUTHALL. (Salbach) Warm coral pink with pale orange throat mark- 
ings. Several large well placed flowers open. Wonderfully strong grower. Late. This 
is one of the very finest pinks on the market. Bound to be extremely popular both with 
amateurs and commercial growers. 

BLANCHE BOLLINGER. (K) Ruffled old rose striped lighter. 

BLEEDING HEART. (Brown) Light pink with large red blotch. Somewhat 
similar in color to Pendleton but colors more contrasty. Tall spike with 8-10 large per- 
fectly placed blooms open. Very strong grower. Was scored 98 at the Boston Show. 
Fine exhibition variety. 

BLUE TORCH. (Horn) Light blue somewhat similar to Rev. Ewbank but little 
lighter in color, larger flower, and a straight spike. Several open. Good commercial. 

BLUSHES OF CREAM. (K) Light creamy pink, canary yellow throat. Several 
open. One of the best varieties Kundred put out last year. 

BOBBY. (K) Large deep rose with purplish red blotch. Fine. 

BREAK O'DAY. (Bill) Large early light pink. Very popular. 

BRIDAL VEIL. (Austin) Ruffled white with greenish buds. Several well plac- 
ed blooms open. This has been very fine this past year. Distinctive. 

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BYRON L. SMITH. (K) Pale lavender pink or pinkish lavender, cream throat. 
8 or more blooms open. Fine variety when well grown. 

CABERNET. (Metzner) Bluish wine color. A fine "Smoky". Odd and dis- 
tinct color. 

CALIFORNIA. (Kirch) Orange Very large blooms on tall strong growing 
plant. Admired by everyone who likes orange. One of the best. 

CANBERRA. (Errey) Very tall plant, long spikes of clear yellow, buds greenish. 
Some consider this the finest exhibition yellow. It's only fault is that the blooms often 
come in two rows faced too far apart. Fair propagator. 

CAPT. BOYNTON. (Boynton) Lavender blue on white ground, purplish blotch 
on lower petals. Tall straight plant. Large wide open flowers. Good commercial and 
popular. 

CARDINAL PRINCE. (K) Clear cardinal red. Several well placed blooms open. 
Strong grower and propagator. One of the best reds.. 

CAROLUS CLUSIUS. (Velthuys) The light pink of a "different" shade. Light 
rose or deep shrimp pink. Several large blooms open. Very fine grower and propagator. 
The first time I imported this I liked it so well I imported more the next year. Will be- 
come a fine commercial. You better try it. 

CATHERINE COLEMAN. (C) Clear salmon rose with purplish pencilings on 
lower petals. Several large well placed flowers open at a time on tall straight spike. One 
of the very best. 

CATTLEYA ROSE. (K) Large flower of an orchid rose shade different from any 
other. Creamy yellow on lower petals. Ruffled. 

CHAS. F. FAIRBANKS. (K) Popular light red. Garden visitors always 
admire it. 

CHERRY ROSE. (K) Large cherry red flowers on tall, strong plant. Lower 
petals feathered with darker rose and creamy lines. Distinct and very well liked. 

CHICAGO. (K) Heavily ruffled deep pink with darker blotch. Bluish line 
around all petals. Several open. 

COLOR MARVEL. (K) Deep vermillion, lower petals darker. Velvety appear- 
ance. This is a distinctly beautiful variety and must be seen to be appreciated. 

CORONADO. (Briggs) Extremely large ruffled white with purple feather in the 
throat. Scarce. 

CORYPHEE. (Pf.) Very large light pink with white throat. Several open. A 
fine one and in big demand. 

CRIMSON GLOW. (Betscher) Large crimson. An old standard variety and 
still one of the best. 

CRINKLES. (K) Heavily ruffled dark pink. One of the oldest ruffled varieties 
and still going strong. 

DESDEMONE. (Vilmorin) Smoky purple, cream center. Large blooms, strong 
grower. One of the very best smokies. Very fine. 

DOMINUS. (K) Very deep purplish red with darker throat blotches. Several 
well placed blooms open at a time. 

DORCAS ALDRICH. (Dusinberre) Rose pink overlaid with ashes of roses. 
Several blooms open. Tall and fine. Early. 

DORRITT. (K) Large light lavender pink often flaked darker lavender. Velvety 
red lines in throat. Several open. Well liked when it comes clear and when flaked. 

DR. CHRIST MARTZ. (K) Large ruffled light red. Very good. 

DR. F. E. BENNETT. (D) Fiery scarlet. Several very large well placed blooms 
open. Strong grower. The best glad in its color. 

DR. L. H. BAILEY. (K) Deep tyrian rose with deeper red blotches. The whole 
flower has a velvety appearance that I have never seen in any other variety. Several 
open. Very pretty. 

DR. MOODY. (Kinyon) Light lavender sometimes flaked darker. Very pretty 
either way. 8 or more blooms ODen. Very strong grower and propagator. One of the 
very best lavenders. Fine for exhibition and will be a good commercial. Garden visi- 
tors always like it. Fairly early. 



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DR. NELSON SHOOK. (K) Deep tyrian rose, somewhat like Taro but little 
lighter and even stronger grower. Large strong spikes with several blooms open. One 
of the best varieties on the market. 

DR. STARKWEATHER. (K) Deep lavender rose with "Pendleton" blotches. 
Tall strong grower. 

DR. W. VAN FLEET. (K) Bright rose pink shading to cream yellow throat. 
Tall straight plant. Very early. Good commercial. 

DUCHESS OF YORK. (Pf.) Tall bluish purple, 8-10 well placed blooms open. 
Always sells well. 

EARLY PHIPPS. (Ellis) Somewhat similar to Phipps but smaller and much 
earlier. 

ED. SPRINGER. (K) Light lavender rose pink splashed with darker markings. 

E. G. HILL. (K) A true pink with cream throat. Several perfectly placed 
blooms open. Very good. 

EIGHTH WONDER. (K) Deep smoky old rose. Very large flowers and very 
strong, heavy foilage. Very fine variety. Late. 

ELF. (D) White, lemon lip. 6-8 blooms open at a time on tall strong plant. Fine 
commercial. One of the best whites. 

ELLA DAY. (Carpenter) Immense La France pink with red lines on pale yellow 
blotch. Fine. 

ELROSE. (K) Very pale pink flaked deeper. Cherry red blotch. General effect 
is pink and white striped. 

EMILE AUBURN. (Lemoine) Coppery bronze sometimes overlaid with slate- 
Large cherry red blotch. Many large perfectly placed blooms open at one time. One 
of my customers had a spike with 24 buds and 12 open at once. When well grown this 
is magnificent. Very outstanding. Fine propagator. Everyone should have this. 

ENSIGN. (Errey) Large bright red with white blotch. Very showy. Strong 
grower. 

EUGENE LEFEBVRE. (Lemoine) Bright rose pink blotched amaranth and 
cream. Several well placed blooms open. Very well liked. 

EXCELLENCE. (K) Light red, practically a self color. Large flowers. Tall 
plant. Very showy. Fine. 

FAITH. (Kinyon) The new light blue that has been greatly admired. 

FAY LAMPHIER. Immense soft rose pink. This is universally admired by visi- 
tors to the garden. Customers write me that I do not say enough about it in my catalog, 
that there is nothing else like it. Fine grower. You better try it. 

FERN KYLE. (K) Very large ruffled cream white. Strong grower, a fine seller. 

FIRE GLOW. (K) Clear vivid glowing scarlet. 

FIRE PINK. (K) Deep salmon red, practically a self color. 

FONTAINE. (Coleman) Beautiful ruffled peaches and cream. Long spike. 
Fine grower and propagator. Great florist variety. Every florist can use this variety. 

FRANK J. SYMMES. (D) Ruffled dark salmon. Tall strong grower. Very 
nice variety. 

FULD'S FAVORITE. (K) Very beatuiful light lavender rose. Several open. 
One of the best. 

GAY HUSSAR. (Salbach) Seedling of Nancy Hanks which it resembles some- 
what but has brighter colors. Salmon orange, shading to yellow throat with scarlet 
throat markings. Several large perfectly placed blooms open at a time. A very fine 
showy glad. Sure to please. 

GENE STRATTON PORTER. (K) Delicate soft pink. Late. 

GERALDINE FARRAR. (D) Lavender blue. The color is distinct and one of 
the best light blues. When first introduced this variety did not seem very strong but 
the past two years has been very good. 

GERTRUDE ERREY. (Errey) Medium bright pink at edge shading to nearly 
white in the throat which is marked with a crimson feather. A tinge of glistening salmon 
lights up the whole flower making it very attractive. 6-10 perfectly placed blooms are 
open at a time. Tall and straight. 



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GERTRUDE PFITZER. (Pf.) Light blue, larger than Mrs. Konynenburg. 
Several open. Tall straight plant. Fine. 

GIANT NYMPH. (Coleman) Very large light salmon rose. Tall strong grower. 
One of the best commercials. 

GLORIANA. (Betscher) Golden salmon, clear yellow throat. To me this has 
about the most beautiful color I have ever seen in a gladiolus. Several open. Tall slen- 
der plant. Fine propagator. Fine commercial. 

GLORY OF THE U. S. A. (Cary) Rich orange salmon edged and veined 
with scarlet blending to flush salmon. Apricot and cream throat. Lower petals of 
lemon yellow with red lines. Large flowers. Very tall strong healthy plant. One of 
the best of the new varieties. I think it will become popular when known. 

GOLD. (Decorah) Clear yellow. Several open. Has been one of the leading 
yellows. 

GOLD EAGLE. (Austin) Deep yellow clear. Slightly ruffled. Extremely early 
and valuable on that account. Wonderful propagator. 

GOLDEN BROWN. (K) The nearest to a brown I have seen. Ruffled. Very 
distinctive color and pretty. Sure to become popular. 

GOLDEN DREAM. (Groff) Very beautiful absolutely clear deep yet soft yel- 
low that is distinctive from any other. Several good sized blooms open at a time. Very 
tall, straight, strong growing plant. An outstanding variety that will be in demand for 
years. One of the 2 or 3 best yellows on the market and by far the best that can be had 
in quantity. Many customers have written me of the wonderful beauty of this variety. 
Midseason to late. 

GOLDEN MEASURE. (Kelway) Deep yellow but not so dark or clear as 
Golden Dream. Tall grower. Heavy spike with several blooms open. The best of the 
cheaper yellows. 

GOLDEN SALMON. (K) Very large beautiful golden salmon color. Popular. 

GOLDEN SNAPDRAGON. (K) A new type, heavily ruffled. Upper petals 
cream, lower ones yellow. Snapdragon shape. Pretty. Very early. 

GORGEOUS. (K) Beautiful rose red with velvety red throat blotch. Very 
showy and beautiful. 

GRACE KIMBALL. (Decorah) Pale violet with darker blotch. A good blue 
but slow propagator. 

GRAND GUARDIAN. (Austin) Mrs. Austin's new yellow which she considers 
her best. Deep yellow with soft rose feather in throat which gives the whole flower a 
darker shade. Large ruffled blooms. Several open. Tall strong plant but not so long 
spike of bloom as 1 would like. 

HAMBURG PINK. (Hornberger) Very large bright pink. Good. 

HEAVENLY BLUE. (Pf) Pale sky blue with few darker lines in the throat. 
8-10 good sized perfectly placed blooms open. The finest light blue in existence. This 
is good. 

HEINRICH KANZLEITER. (Pf.) An early dark velvety red. A good one. 

HELEN HOWARD. (Austin) Bronzy buff with amber yellow throat. Several 
well placed blooms open. Tall and straight. The best in its color. 

HELEN PHIPPS. (Diener) Somewhat similar to W. H. Phipps but darker rose 
color and much better propagator. Late. 

HELEN WILLS. (Salbach) Tall large white with pale lemon throat. Several 
open. Looks like a fine commercial. 

HENRY C. GOEHL. (Fischer) Large white, slightly flushed pink. Crimson 
blotch on lower petals. Very popular. 

HERBERT HOOVER. (K) Tall plant, deep cherry rose. Somewhat like Pend- 
leton. 

HERBSTZAUBER. (Pf.) Large orange salmon much like Pfitzer's Triumph but 
without the dark blotch. Tall, late Very good. 

HIGHLAND LADDIE. (K) Light rose pink. Very popular. 

HIGH NYE. (Austin) It sure is high, about the tallest glad I ever saw. Long, 
slender spike. Old rose with cream throat. Several open. Fine for large baskets. Great 
propagator. 



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IMPRESSARIO. (K) Kundred's largest and best lacinated variety. Clear le- 
mon yellow. Really very fine. 

INDIAN CHIEF. (K) Very large deep purplish red. This is fine and I think will 
be very popular when known. 

INDIAN SUMMER. (K) Large massive lavender. Very heavy spike and plant. 
One of the most beautiful varieties in existence but very late and not so good as a prop- 
agator. 

IVER'L. (Austin) Mrs. Austin's new white. Pure white even to the pollen. 
Large and good. 

IWA. (Betscher) Light rose, red blotch. Several open. A fine variety but you 
need at least a No. 4 bulb to be sure of bloom. 

JACELIA. (K) Deep rose pink. Several open. Good 

JACOBA V. BEIJEREN. (Heemskerk) J. V. B. for short. Light purple self 
color. Many open. Beautiful. 

JANE ADDAMS. (Decorah) Immense soft phlox pink with white throat. Rea- 
ly a light lavender. Very fine. 

JAP LADY. (Decorah) Beautiful distinct shade of light purple with darker 
blotch. Very distinct and beautiful. 

JEAN DU TAILLIS. (Lemoine) Large spike of beautiful blotched pink. One 
of the best blotched varieties. 

JENNY LIND. (Decorah) Clear light salmon, cream throat. Several open 
One of the finest pinks, great commercial. I have a strain of this that is much stronger 
and gives better spikes than the ordinary strain on the market. 

J. H. McFARLAND. (K) Light bronze. Very tall but short spike of bloom. 

JOERG'S WHITE. (Joerg) Immense cream white. Makes a great spike. Good 
seller but rather slow propagator. 

J. OGDEN ARMOUR. (K) Rose salmon, buds are orange. Dark red blotch. 
Ruffled. Very pretty. 

JONKHEER VAN TETS. (Pf.) Very large pure white. Several open. Very 

fine. 

JOHN T. McCUTCHEON. (K) Very fine large red somewhat similar in color 
to Bobby tho' distinct. 

JOHN T. PIRIE. (K) Mahogany brown with darker throat bordered yellow. 
Very distinct and odd, yet beautiful. 

KING GEORGE. (Mair) Large red with white throat. Several open. Tall 
strong plant. 

KING OF REDS. (K) Large red with darker markings. 

KING TUT. (Davis) Large light salmon rose finely splashed darker. Very tall 
strong plant with large spike of bloom. 

KIRCHHOFF'S APPLE BLOSSOM. (Kirchhoff) Beautiful pink and cream. 

KIRCHHOFF'S VIOLET. (Kirchhoff) Real violet blue. A good one and in big 
demand. Several open. 

KUNDERD'S APPLE BLOSSOM. (K) Dainty Apple Blossom color. 

KUNDERD'S YELLOW FAVORITE. (K) Very deep yellow. Soft red in- 
conspicuous lines in the throat. 

KUNDERD'S YELLOW WONDER. (K) Large clear yellow. Several open. 
Midseason. 

LACINATUS. (K) Small rose pink. Petals are cut or lacinated on the edges. 
Said to be valuable in hybridizing and as a forcer in the greenhouse. 

LAIDLEY. (Errey) Pale pink, nearly white, streaked with darker shades of pink. 
Cream band on lower petals, crimson blotch in throat. Many blooms open. This is 
very pretty and liked by everyone. I am confident it will be a best seller when known. 

LA PALOMA. (Dusinberre) Very bright vivid orange. A new shade different 
from any other. Large flowers (4-5 inches across) 4-6 open. Texture like leather. Tall, 
strong healthy grower. Bulblets grow stronger than any other variety on my place. 

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This has the livest and most vivid orange color of any large flowered orange I have 
seen. It does not fade, burn or streak. 

Carl Salbach, E. F. Palmer, J . H. Heberling and other famous growers say it was 
very fine with them the past season and they like it very much. Growers who saw it at 
Springfield told me they thought it had the brightest future of any new glad on the mar- 
ket. You had better try it. 

LAUGHING WATERS. (Stephen) Beautiful pink, many open. Well liked by 
garden visitors. 

LAURETTA. (Kemp) Seedling of Golden Measure. Orange pink with yellow 
throat. Petals tipped dark red. 

LAVENDER ROSE. (K) Very beautiful new shade of lavender rose. Soft yel- 
low blotch. A nice thing. 

LEWIS DINGMAN. (Goodrich) A beautiful smoky with red blotch. This has 
a velvety appearance seen in no other smoky. Really fine. 

LILAC GLORY. (K) Large soft lilac rose pink, darker throat. Several open. 

LILAC WONDER. (Grullemans) Very early, tall clear lilac lavender. 

LILY OF GOLD. (K) Clear, rich canary yellow, little darker on lower petals. 
Heavily ruffled and a new type of flower. Upper petals much larger than lower ones. 
Short grower. 

LLEWELLYN. (Salbach) Heavily ruffled seedling of Pink Lily. Taller, little 
lighter with cream throat. Very popular. 

LONDON SMOKE. (D) Dark smoky pink overlaid with slate. One of the best 
smokies and almost exactly like a new variety put out last year at a high price. 

LONGFELLOW. (Decorah) Large wide open La France pink. Several perfect- 
ly placed blooms open. A coming commercial. 

LORICE. (Kemp) Salmon orange overlaid with scarlet, cream lip. Several open- 
Tall, strong grower. This does not seem to be well known but nearly everyone who has 
tried it likes it very much. Have had many orders from those to whom I sent trial bulbs. 

LOS ANGELES. (Houdyshell) Delicate pink with cerise feather in the throat 
Called the cut and come again gladiolus as it often sends out spikes after the main one 
has been cut A good variety. 

LOU VAIN. (Groff) Medium light pink sometimes flaked darker. Several per- 
fectly placed blooms open. Large flowers with texture like leather. A fine thing. Should 
make a good commercial In fact some consider it the best commercial type pink on the 
market. 

LOYALTY. (Austin) Perfectly clear yellow about the shade of Golden Dream. 
Large flowers, many open at a time. Very tall. Strong grower with immense foilage. 
Many consider this the finest yellow on the market. Wonderful for exhibition. It won 
at Springfield in competition with good Golden Dream and Tobersun. It won a silver 
cup at Boston A. L. Stephen the famous exhibitor says it is the finest yellow. 

Mrs. Austin introduced this but last year I bought her entire stock which is very 
limited as yet. Good propagator. 

MME. MOUNET SULLY. (Lemoine) Cream white with bright red blotch 
bordered pale yellow. Several open. Very striking. Always in demand. 

MAMMOTH WHITE. (United Bulb) Immense pure white, 6 inches or more 
across ,5-6 open. Great exhibition variety. 

MARIETTA. (Metzner) Very large light salmon tinged with orange. Shading 
into a flame red blotch. Very pretty. 

MARIE KUNDERD. (K) The finest early white glad. Beautiful ruffled snow 
white with faint pink lines in the throat. Good substance A very fine thing. 

MARMORA. (Errey) Sport of Emile Auburn. The same in habit and growth 
and propagating qualities but a wonderful gray color with pale purplish blotch. 8-10 
or more perfectly placed blooms open at a time. Wonderful for exhibition and will be 
grown by the million for cut flowers. The florists will scramble for this one as it is ex- 
tremely beautiful and there is nothing else like it. Very fine when used with a good clear 
yellow like Golden Dream. Too much cannot be said for this variety. 

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I probably have the largest stock of this in the country and can supply most any 
quantity. 

MARNIA. (Kemp) A beautiful live orange^ slightly tinged pink, practically an 
orange self. 4-6 large blooms open. Tall, strong grower. Great commercial variety. 
The best large flowered commercial orange on the market. You better try it. 

MARSHALL FOCH. (K) Beautiful large light salmon pink with darker spot 
in the throat. Fine commercial. 

MARY FREY. (Gelser) Lavender pink somewhat similar in color to Mrs. 
Peters but a softer, warmer shade and a month earlier. Several open Has a willowy 
stem very suitable for florist use. Its earliness also makes it valuable as a florist flower. 
This has been fine the past season. 

MARY JANE. (K) Light, silvery lavender. Several open. 

MILADY IMOGENE. (Austin) Medium sized pure ruffled white on a tall 
willowy spike. Many open. This looks like a very fine florist white. Haven't seen any 
better. 

MILLIONAIRE. (K) Very nice velvety red, creamy blotches in throat. 

MINUET. (Coleman) The lavender by which all other lavenders are judged. 
Wonderfully beautiful clear light lavender. 4-6 very large heavily textured blooms open. 
This variety has character stamped all over it. Heavy strong foilage. To my mind 
there is no better lavender in existence. 

MISS DES MOINES. (Decorah) Beautiful clear lavender shading to creamy 
white throat. Many blooms open at a time. Won the Sisson prize at the Des Moines 
Show for best seedling in the show. I have not bloomed this my self but understand it 
is very fine 

MISS TEA ROSE. (Fischer) Creamy tea rose color. Large blooms. Dis- 
tinctive. 

MISS UNIVERSE. (K) Bright tyrian red with darker blotch. 

MOROCCO. (Pf.) Very deep red almost black. Large fine. The best in this 
color. 

MOTHER MACHREE. (Stevens) Vinaceous lavender overlaid toward the 
edges of petals with a sort of salmon pink. The color is difficult to describe but it is very 
beautiful. When opened in the house it has a translucent appearance which greatly in- 
creases its beauty Might be called a smoky but not really one and much better than 
any smoky 

Tall, straight plant with 6-10 large well placed blooms open. The habit and growth 
of Mother Machree I would call nearly ideal. The color some people don't like but 
most people rave over. I was one of the introducers of this variety so may be prejudiced 
but those who ought to know tell me that it will be in big demand by the better class of 
florists when stock is available. 

J. W. Crow the well known grower of Simcoe, Ontario, wrote me last year, "It's 
all true. Mother Machree was shown at the Canadian Show at Lindsay and was the 
sensation of the show. The color is exquisite and the shading wonderful. For such a 
massive flower and spike the form of both was rnost striking~and of special interest to 
me who worship gracefulness. If this informality is 'characteristic the variety is due 
for immense popularity. I have seen nothing to compare with it." 

MR. MARK. (Velthuys) Tall dark blue. The best at the price. 

MRS. ANNA PFITZER. (Pf.) Tall creamy white with long spike of well 
placed flowers. Buds greenish. One of Pfitzer's finest varieties. 

MRS. CATHERINE EDWARDS. (Hornberger) Large cream white, long 
spike with many blooms open. 

MRS. CHAS. A. STEVENS. (K) Mallow purple flaked deeper. Several open. 

MRS. ELLA MORRISON. (Kirchhoff) Very tall growing light pink some- 
times flaked deeper pink. Very large flowers. A fine variety either for the garden or 
as a commercial. 



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January, 1930 
GLADIOLUS PRICE LIST 



Champlain View Gardens 

ELMER E. GOVE 
BURLINGTON, VERMONT 

At these prices all bulbs are prepaid anywhere in the United States and Canada and all 
countries in the Postal Union. 

The PACKAGES of Bulblets contain from twenty to one hundred or more bulblets, 
according to variety. The cheaper varieties contain more than the others. They are not 
counted but all are big value. 

5 at 10 rate. 25 at 100 rate; Bulblets, 250 at 1000 rate. 

On cash orders of $50, I will give 1 No. 6 Mother Machree free. On $100 orders I will 
give 1 No. 1 Mother Machree. In addition to this on a $25 cash order you can select 5% 
extra bulbs. On a $50 order add 10% of bulbs. On a $100 order add 20% of bulbs. It will 
pay you to get your friends and neighbors to pool their orders with you. These offers are 
for cash with order, and orders must contain at least 3 varieties to get the discount 

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Pa. 


10 










l nnn 


l nn 




-) nn 










.60 








10 


1.00 


2.00 


1.50 


1.00 


.75 


15 


1.00 


15.00 


8.00 


7.00 


5.00 


100 


5.00 


80.00 


70.00 


50.00 


30.00 


1000 


27.00 


.10 








Pkg. 


.15 


.75 


.60 


.45 


.30 


1000 


1.00 


4.00 


• 3.00 


2.20 


1.40 


Qt. 


2.00 


.75 




.55 


.45 


5 


.25 


5.00 




3.00 


2.00 


100 


4.00 


.10 








Pkg. 


.15 


.80 


.65 


.45 


.30 


1000 


1.00 


5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


Qt. 


3.00 


37.50 


30.00 


24.00 


16.00 


Pk. 


15.00 


1.00 


.75 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 


.10 








Pkg. 


.20 


.70 




.40 


.25 


1000 


2.00 


6.00 




3.00 


2.00 


Qt. 


5.00 


.07 








Pkg. 


.10 


.50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


iooo 


1.00 


.60 


.40 


.30 


.20 


10 


.50 


.07 








Pkg. 


.10 


.50 








1000 


1.00 


3.20 








Qt. 


2.00 


.60 


.45 


.35 


.25 


10 


.50 


.75 


.50 


.35 


.25 


10 


.75 


6.00 


4.00 


2.50 


1.50 


100 


5.00 


1.50 








1 


.25 












.10 


.07 








Pkg. 


.10 


.60 


.50 


.40 


.30 


1000 


1.00 


3.00 


2.20 


1.40 


.75 


Qt. 


3.50 


24.00 


18.00 


12.00 


6.00 




.10 








Pkg. 


.25 


.70 


.50 


.35 


.20 


1000 


1.00 


3.00 


2.00 


1.50 


1.00 


Qt. 


3.50 


35.00 


25.00 


15.00 


8.00 


Pk. 


20.00 


.60 


.45 


.35 


.25 


5 


.25 


4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


1.00 


1000 


25.00 


30.00 


20 00 


15.00 


10.00 


Qt. 


50.00 




150.00 


120.00 


80.00 




.15 


.12 


.10 




Pkg. 


.25 


1.20 




.80 


.60 


1000 


5.00 


10.00 




6.00 


4.00 






.60 


.40 


.30 


.20 


5 


.25 


.07 








Pkg. 


.10 


.50 








1000 


1.00 


.20 


.15 


.10 




Pkg. 


.25 


1.60 


1.20 


.80" 


.50 


1000 


3.00 


1.00 


.75 


.50 




1 


.25 


1.50 


1.00 


.75 


.50 


1 


.25 


2.50 


1.50 


1.00 




V 


1.00 


1.50 


1.25 


1.00 


"75 


10 


1.00 


12.00 


10.00 


8.50 


6.00 


100 


9.00 


100.00 


75.00 


60.00 


40.00 


1000 


80.00 





Per 


No. 1 


No. 2 


Crimson Glow 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.70 


.60 




100 




3.25 




1000 








1 


.15 


.12 




10 


1.20 


.90 




1 


.25 


.20 




10 


2.00 


1.60 




100 


15.00 


12.00 


Dominus 


1 






Dorcas Aldrich 


1 


.60 


.50 




10 


5.00 


4.00 


Dorritt 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.70 


.60 




100 


5.00 


4.00 


Dr. Christ Martz 


1 


.20 


.15 




10 


1.60 


1.20 




100 


10.00 


8.00 


Dr. F. E. Bennett. . 


I 


.15 


.12 




10 


1.20 


.95 




100 


8.00 


6.40 


Dr. L. H. Bailey 


1 


3.00 


2.50 


Dr. Moody 


1 


1.25 


1.00 




10 


11.00 


9.00 




100 


75.00 


50.00 


Dr. Nelson Shook . . 


1 


.50 


.40 




10 


4.00 


3.20 




100 


30.00 


25.00 


Dr. Starkweather 


1 






Dr. W. Van Fleet . . 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.50 


.45 




100 


3.50 


3.00 


Duchess of York 


1 


.15 


.12 




10 


1.00 


.80 




100 


8.00 


6.00 


Early Phipps 


1 


4.00 


3.50 


Ed. Springer 


1 


.25 


.20 


E. G. Hill 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.70 


.60 




100 


4.00 


3.50 


Eighth Wonder .... 


1 


.75 


.65 




10 


6.00 


5.00 


Elf 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.65 


.55 




100 


4.00 


3.00 


Ella Day 


1 


2.50 


2.00 


El rose 


1 


1.50 


1.25 


Emile Auburn 


1 


.25 


.20 




10 


2.00 


1.60 




100 


15.00 


12.00 




1000 


100.00 


80.00 


Ensign 


1 


.75 


.60 


Eugene Lefebvre 


1 


.20 


.15 




10 


1.60 


1.20 


Excellence 


1 


.20 


.15 




10 


1.50 


1.25 


Faith 


1 


15.00 


12.00 


Fay Lamphier 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.80 


.70 




100 


5.00 


4.00 











BuLBLKTS 


No. 3 


No. 1 


No. 5 


No. 6 


Per 


.07 








Pkg. 


.10 


.50 


40 


.30 


.20 


1000 


.75 


2.50 


1.50 


1.00 


.75 


Qt. 


1.25 


17.00 


1400 


8.00 


5.00 




.10 








Pkg. 


.15 


70 


.50 


.35 


.25 


1000 


1.50 


.15 


.10 






Pkg. 


.25 


1.20 




.60 


.40 


1000 


2.50 


10.00 




5.00 


3.00 






2.00 


1.50 


1.00 


.75 


1 


.25 


.40 


30 


.20 


.10 


10 


.35 


3.00 


2.00 


1.25 


.75 


1000 


10.00 


.07 








Pks 


.10 


.50 


40 


.30 


.20 


1000 


1 .00 


3.00 


2.00 


1.00 


.65 


Ot 


3^00 


.10 








Pke 


.20 


.80 


.60 


.50 


.40 


1000 


2.00 


6.00 


5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


Ot 


5.00 


.10 








Pkr» 


15 


.80 


.70 


.60 


.50 


1000 


2^50 


3.50 


2.75 


1.75 


1.25 


Ot 

I 


7.50 


2.00 


1.50 


1.00 




.25 


.75 


.60 


.50 


.40 


5 


50 


7.00 


5.50 


4.00 


3.00 


100 


4.00 


25 00 


20.00 


15.00 


10.00 


1000 


~>0 On 


.30 


.25 


.20 


.15 


10 


.25 


2.40 


2.00 


1.60 


1.20 


100 


2.00 


20.00 


16.00 


12.00 


10.00 


1000 


15.00 


1.00 


.75 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 


.07 








Pka 


JO 


.40 








1000 


.75 


2.50 








Ot 


1 50 


.10 








Pkg. 


.15 


.60 


.40 


.30 


.20 


1000 


1 .50 


4.50 


3.00 


2.00 


1.25 






2.50 


2.00 


1.50 


1.00 


Each 


.50 


.15 


.10 






Pks 


.25 


.07 








Pke 


.10 


.50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


1000 


.75 


3.00 


2.00 






Ot 


2.00 


.55 


.45 


35 


.25 


1 


.10 


4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


1.25 


100 


5.00 


.07 








Pkg 


.10 


.45 








1000 


75 


2.00 








Qt 

1 


1 50 


1.50 


1.00 


.75 


.50 


.25 


1.00 


.75 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 


.15 


.10 






Pkg 


!25 


1.20 


.80 


.60 


.50 


1000 


2.50 


10.00 


8.00 


5.00 


3.00 


Qt. 


io'oo 


60.00 


40.00 


30.00 


20.00 


Pk. 


50.00 


.50 


.40 


30. 


.20 


10 


.50 


.10 








Pkg. 


.20 


.80 


.60 


.40 


.25 


Pkg. 


.20 


.10 








Pkg. 


.15 


1. 00 


.75 


.50 


.25 


1000 
1 


1.50 
2.00 


.07 








Pkg. 


.10 


.60 


.50 


.40 


.30 


1000 


2.00 


3.00 


2.50 


2.00 


1.00 


Qt. 


400 



Per 

Fern Kyle I 

10 
100 
1000 

Fire Glow 1 

Fire Pink 1 

Fontaine 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Frank ). Symmes . ... 1 
10 
100 
1000 

Fuld's Favorite 1 

Gay Hussar 1 

10 
100 

Gene Stratton Porter . 1 
10 

Georgeous 1 

Geraldine Farrar 1 

10 

Gertrude Errey 1 

10 
100 

Gertrude Pfitzer 1 

10 

Giant Nymph 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Gloriana 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Glory of US. A 1 

Gold 1 

10 
100 

Gold Eagle 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Golden Brown 1 

Golden Dream. . . 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Golden Measure 1 

10 
100 

Golden Salmon 1 

10 
100 

Golden Snapdragon. . . 1 
10 

Grace Kimball 1 

Grand Guardian ..... I 



No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


i n 

. IU 


.Uo 


.U/ 




VU 


^n 
.OU 




Af\ 

.4U 


a nn 
4.UU 


i ?n 


i nn 


' o nn 
Z.UU 


UU 


in nn 
JU.UU 


o c nn 
ZD .UU 


I O.UU 






.6U 


Af\ 

.4U 






i nn 
1 .UU 


7C 


l n 


.Uo 


n7 
.U/ 




7A 
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A.n 
.DU 


cn 
.3U 


.4U 


a nn 
4.UU 


i nn 
>.UU 


o ytn 
Z.4U 


l on 
1 .OU 


i < nn 


■*> c nn 
ll .UU 


on nn 
ZU.UU 


i a nn 
IO.UU 


i n 
IU 


AO 

.Uo 


n7 

.U/ 




7n 
./U 


An 
.DU 


<n 
. ?U 






./ . j \j 


■? nn 




35.00 


30.00 


25 00 




.50 


.40 


.30 


.25 


1.50 


1.00 


.75 


50 


7.50 


7.00 


6.00 


4.00 


60.00 


55.00 


40.00 


30.00 




.15 


.10 








.70 


.50 






1.00 


.75 


in 


.Z) 


on 
.ZU 


1 r 
.15 


o >in 
Z.4U 


o nn 
Z.UU 


l ^n 
1 .OU 


i on 
1 .ZU 


i r 

. 1 ? 


. 1Z 


l n 
. IU 




1 .ZU 


.V) 


on 

.OU 


.o> 


q nn 
o.UU 


a nn 
O.UU 


nn 
4.UU 


i nn 
j.UU 


Z.)U 


o nn 
Z.UU 


1 .5U 


i nn 
1 .UU 


on nn 
ZU.UU 


1 a r\n 

I O.UU 


i o nn 
1 Z.UU 


O.UU 


in 


ns 


n7 




60 


.50 


.40 


.30 


4.00 


3.00 


2.40 




35^00 


30.00 


25'00 




.30 


.25 


.20 


.15 


2.40 


2.00 


1.60 


1.20 


15.00 


12.00 






120.00 


90.00 






10.00 


10.00 


7.00 


7.00 


.10 


08 


.07 






.50 


.40 






3.50 


2.50 




.20 


.15 


.10 




1.60 


1.20 


.95 


.60 


12.00 ' 


9.00 


6.00 


4.75 


80.00 


65.00 


50.00 


40.00 




1.25 


1.00 


.75 


Af\ 

.4U 




in 


< 


ion 




O O C 




18.00 




1 1 nn 
1Z.U0 


i n nn 
1U.UU 


i cn nn 


i ta nn 
IzU.UU 


nn nn 

vU.OU 


7C nn 
/> .UU 


in 

. 1 U 


OR 


n7 
.u/ 




65 


55 


45 


.35 


4.00 


3.00 


2.50 


2.00 


.25 


.20 


.15 


.10 


2.00 


1.60 


1.20 


.80 


15.00 


12.00 


9.00 


7.00 


.50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


4.00 


3.20 


2.40 


1.60 


.50 


.40 


.30 




7.00 


6.00 


5.00 


4.00 







BUI.BLKTS 


No. 5 


No. 6 


Per 








Pkg. 


.10 


.30 


.20 


1000 


1.00 


1 .50 


1 .00 


Qt. 


2.00 


i o nn 
1 Z.UU 


Q nn 
O.UU 


Pk. 


10 00 


.30 


.25 


I 


.10 


50 


.35 


1 


.15 






Pkg. 


.10 


1 n 

.30 


.20 


1000 


1.00 


1 .20 


.80 


Qt. 


2.00 


10.00 


6.00 


Pk. 


10.00 






Pkg. 


.10 






1000 


1 .00 






Qt. 


nn 

Z.UU 


.20 


.15 


J 


,z? 


.35 


.20 


1 n 
IU 


.5U 


3.00 


1.50 


100 


nn 
Z.UU 


20.00 


12.50 


• 1 nnn 

• iUUU 


1 c nn 
1 > UU 






Pkg. 


1 c 

. 1 ) 


.35 


.25 






'50 


.35 


1 
1 


1 c 

. I 5 


1 n 
. IU 




Pkg. 


.25 


.80 










Pkg. 


.15 


.45 


.25 


1000 


1.00 


o nn 
Z.UU 


1 oc 

1 .Z 5 


Qt. 

1 


3.00 


.75 


.50 


.25 


6.00 


4.00 


100 


20.00 






pi,,. 


1 n 


on 

.ZU 


1 


1000 


.75 






Qt. 


1.50 






r K. 


& on 

o.UU 


.10 




Pkg. 


.25 


.80 


.50 


IUUU 


a nn 
4.UU 


4.00 


2.50 


Or 






18.00 


Pk. 


75.00 


5.00 




1 


.25 






Pka 


.10 






1000 


.80 






Pkg. 


.20 


.50 


.40 


1000 


2.50 


3.00 








25.00 








.50 


.35 


l 


. 1 ? 


on 
.ZU 


.1) 


10 


.25 


1.25 


.75 


1000 


8.00 


8.00 


5.00 


Qt. 


25.00 


60.00 


40.00 


Pk. 


150.00 






r Kg. 


.10 


.25 


.15 


1000 


L00 


1.50 


.75 


Qt. 


3.00 






Pkg. 


.25 


.60 


.40 


1000 


2.00 


5.00 


3.00 






.10 




10 


.50 


.80 




100 


2.00 


3.00 


2.00- 


1 


50 





Per 


No.l 


No. 2 


Hamhurjj Pink 


1 


1.50 


1.00 




1 


i nn 


.ou 


10 


9.00 


8.00 




100 






H. Kanzleiter 


1 


To 


.08 




10 


.70 


.60 




100 


4.00 


3.50 




1 


45 


.40 




10 


4.00 


3.20 




100 


25.00 


15.00 


Helen Phipps 


1 


1.50 


1.25 


in 
1 u 


l n nn 

1 u . UU 


q nn 

7.UU 




100 


75 00 


65.00 


1 U';(|. 


1 


7< 


a^ 

CO 




IU 


a nn 

4.UU 


i nn 




I nn 
1UU 


in nn 
jU.UU 


*> \ nn 
L> .Uu 




i 




1 ? 
. 1 Z 




i n 
IU 


on 


.oU 






? nn 
? .uu 


j. nn 

4.UU 


... . . 
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i 






Herbstzauber 


i 

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7C 
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in 




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IU 


i nn 
Z.UU 


1 7< 
1 .11 




1 uu 


1 o.uu 


i j nn 
1 4 uu 




i nnn 
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nn nn 
vU.UU 


1 I ... U 1 ..... J 1 JJ; 

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1 

. . 1 




. 1 Z 




l n 
IU 


.WU 


7n 


... . 


1 


.15 


.12 




in 


1.20 


.90 




100 


8.00 


6.00 




1000 


70.00 


60.00 


I mpresi>ario 


1 




7.50 








I ndian Chief 


1 


.50 


.40 


Indian Summer. . . 


1 


.20 


.15 




10 


1.60 


1.20 


Inspiration 


All 


Sizes $10.00 


I ver'l 


1 


3.00 


2.50 


Fm Mi 


i 


.15 


.10 




in 


1.20 


.80 




i nn 

1UU 


8.00 


6.00 




IUUU 


60.00 


50.00 




1 














J. V. Beijeren 


1 


.10 


.08 


1 A 


. .75 


.65 




i nn 
IUU 




4.00 




1 


.50 


.40 


Jap Lady 


i 
I 


.20 


.15 




i n 

1 U 




1.20 


Jean Uu 1 aillis . . . 


t 


.20 


.15 


i n 


1.60 


1.20 


T r • 1 


i 


.10 


.08 


1 n 

IU 


.70 


.60 




100 


5.00 


4.00 




1000 




36.00 


J. H. McFarland. . . 


1 


2.00 


1.50 




1 


.50 


.40 


10 


4.00 


3.20 


J. 0. Armour 


1 


.15 


.10 


10 


1.00 


.80 




100 


8.00 


6.00 



No. 3 


No. •/ 


No. 5 


.75 








•511 


4.0 


7.00 


6.00 


5.00 






40.00 


.07 






.50 


.40 


30 


2.25 


1.50 


1.00 


.30 


.20 


.10 


2.40 


1.60 


.80 


10.00 


7.00 


5.00 


1.00 


.75 


.60 


8.00 


6.00 


4.50 


55.00 


45.00 


35.00 


^n 
.5U 


A(\ 

.4U 


in 
. jU 


i <n 
Z. 'U 


1 7C 


1 T\ 

1 .z> 


on nn 
ZU.UU 


i < nn 
15 .UU 


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1 .UU 


j ^ nn 


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a nn 
O.UU 


7n nn 
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cn nn 
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K nn 
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.50 


.40 


in 

. 1 u 






.80 


.70 


.60 


5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


48.00 


32.00 


24.00 


5.00 






.30 


.20 


.10 


.10 






.80 


.60 


.50 


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in 
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7 nn 
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? < nn 
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.411 


in 


3.00 


2.20 


1.40 


27.00 


20.00 


12.50 


1.00 


.75 


.50 


.30 


.20 


.15 


2.40 


1.60 


1.20 


.07 






.60 


.40 


.30 


4.50 


3.00 


2.00 



BtlLBLETS 

No. 6 Per 





1 


.15 


.30 


Pkg. 


.50 


4.00 


100 


4.00 


30 00 


1000 


30.00 





Pkg. 


.10 


.20 


10O0 


1 .00 


.60 


Qt. 


2.50 





Pkg. 


.2) 


.50 


100 


.75 


3 00 


1000 


5.00 


.40 


1 


.15 


3.00 


10 


.75 


25.00 


100 


2.50 


.20 


10 


.25 


1. 00 


100 


1.00 


8.00 


1000 


5.00 




Pkg. 


.15 


.40 


1000 


1.00 


1.00 






.20 


1 


.10 


.10 


Pkg. 


.25 


.75 


100 


.70 


4.00 


1000 


6.00 


20.00 


Qt. 


20.00 




Pkg. 


.15 


.30 


1000 


1.00 





Pkg. 


.10 


.50 


100 


.50 


2.00 


1000 


3.00 


16.00 


Qt. 

1 


5.00 




.75 




Pkg. 


.25 




Pkg 


.20 


Aft 


inn 


.t>U 




1 


.40 




Pkg. 


.15 


.20 


1000 


1.50 


1 .00 


Qt 


4.00 


7.50 


Pk. 


25.00 


.20 


1 


.10 




Pkg. 


.10 




1000 


1.00 


.15 


10 


.25 




10 


.25 


.25 








Pkg. 


.20 




Pkg. 


.10 


.20 


1000 


1.00 


1.00 


Qt- 


3.50 


8.00 


Pk. 


20.00 




1 


.25 


.10 


Pkg. 


.30 


.80 


100 


1.70 




Pkg. 


.15 


.20 


1000 


1.00 


1.25 


Qt. 


3 00 



Per 

Jonkheer Van Tets ... 1 
J. T. McCutcheon. ... 1 
10 
100 

J. T. Pirie. 1 

10 
100 

King George 1 

King of Reds 1 

King Tut 1 

KirchhofTs Apple 1 

Blossom 10 

Rirchhoff s Violet .... 1 
10 
100 

Kund's Apple Blossom 1 
10 
100 

Kund's Yellow 1 

Favorite 10 

100 

Kunds Yellow Won... 1 

Wonder 10 

100 
1000 

Lacinatus 1 

10 
100 

Laidley 1 

La Paloma 1 

10 
100 

Laughing Waters 1 

10 
100 

Lauretta 1 

10 

Lavender Rose I 

Lewis Dingman 1 

10 

Lilac Glory 1 

10 
100 

Lilac Wonder 1 

10 
100 

Lily of Gold 1 

Llewellvn 1 

10 
100 

London Smoke 1 

10 
100 

Longfellow 1 

10 
100 



No.l 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


5.00 


4.50 


4.00 




.20 


.15 


.10 




1.60 


1.20 


.80 


' .60 


10 00 


8.00 


6.00 


4.50 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.80 


.65 


.50 


.40 


6.50 


5.50 


4.50 


3.50 


1.25 


1.00 


.75 










.75 


2.50 


2.00 






. zu 


1 c 
. 1 5 


l n 




1.60 


1.20 


.80 




.25 


1 A 

.20 


. 15 




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2.UU 




1 A A 

1 .40 




i q nn 
1 o.UU 


1 C AA 
1 5 .UU 


1 ") AA 
1 2.U0 




.10 


.08 


.07 


_ 


.70 


.60 


.50 




5.00 


4.00 


3.00 




.25 


.20 


.15 


.10 


2.00 


1.60 


1.20 


.80 


10.00 


8.00 


6.00 


5.00 


.30 


.25 


.20 


.15 


2.40 


2.00 


1.60 


1.20 


12.00 


8.00 


4.50 


3.50 




65.00 


35.00 


20.00 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.60 


.50 


.40 


.30 




4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


1.00 


.75 






5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


40.00 


32.00 


24.00 


16.00 


300.00 


250.00 


175.00 


125.00 


.50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


4.00 


3.20 


2.40 


1.60 


i a aa 


1 C AA 

25.00 


20.00 


1 C AA 

15.00 


.25 


.zu 


1 c 
. 1 5 


i n 

. 1U 


2.00 


1 .60 


1.20 


.80 


6.00 


5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


.15 


.12 


10 






on 

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./V 


<;n 

.5U 


i a 
.10 


AO 

.08 


.07 




•7A 

.70 


.60 


.50 






5 .uu 


a nn 




.15 


.12 


.10 





1.20 


.90 


.70 


.50 


i n nn 
I u.uu 


s nn 


f\ nn 

O.UU 


a nn 

4.UU 


25.00 


20.00 


15.00 


12.50 


.15 


.10 






i.lv 




An 
.ou 


Art 


10.00 


8.00 


5.00 


3.00 


.15 


.12 


.10 




1.00 


.80 


.60 


.40 


5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


2.20 


.20 


.15 


.10 




1.60 


1.25 


.75 


.60 


10.00 


8.00 


5.00 


3.50 



BULBLETS 

No. 5 No. 6 Per 



1 .50 







Pkg. 


.25 


.40 


.25 


1000 


1.50 


3.00 


1.50 


Qt. 


4.00 






Pke 


10 


.30 


.20 


1000 


1.00 


2.50 


1.50 


Qt. 


4.00 






1 


.20 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 






1 


.25 






Pke 


.20 


.45 


.30 


1000 


1.50 






Pkg. 


.10 







1000 


1.00 






Qt. 


2.00 






f Kg. 


95 


.50 


.30 


1000 


2.00 


3.00 


2.00 






.10 




Pkg. 


.25 


.80 


.60 


1000 


1.00 


2.00 


1.25 


Qt. 


3.50 


15.00 


10.00 









Pkg. 


.10 


.20 


.10 


1000 


1.00 


1.25 


.80 


Qt. 


2.00 


1.25 


1.00 


No bbts. 


10.00 


8.00 






»n nn 

ou.UU 


^n nn 

5U.UU 






.15 


.10 


10 


.40 


1.20 


.80 


1000 


30.00 


10.00 












Pkg. 


.25 


.60 


.40 


1000 


1.50 


2^00 


1.00 


1 


.50 






Pkg. 


.25 


.35 


.25 


1000 


1.50 


* 




Pkg. 


.10 






1000 


1.00 






Pkg. 


.15 


.35 


.70 


1000 


1.50 


2 00 


1 25 


Qt. 


3.00 


io!oo 


7.50 


1 


1.50 






Pkg. 


.15 


.30 


""20 


1000 


2.00 


2.00 


1.50 










Pkg. 


.15 


.25 


.15 


1000 


1.00 


1.40 


1.00 


Qt. 


3.50 






Pkg. 


.20 


.40 


.25 


1000 


2.50 


2.40 


1.25 


Qt. 


9.00 



6 





Per 


No. 1 


No. 2 


Lorice 


1 


.20 


. 1 5 




i ri 

I V) 


I .ou 






1 AA 
1UU 


1 A AA 
10.00 


8.00 




1000 


OA AA 
80.00 


60.00 


Los Angeles 


1 

I 


1 A 

.10 


AW 

.08 


10 


/ A 

.60 


C A 

.50 




1 AA 

100 


C AA 
) .00 


A AA 
4.00 


Lou vain 


1 


.25 


.20 




1 A 

10 


2.00 


1 /. A 

I .bO 


Loyaitv 


1 


1 .50 


1 .25 




1 A 

10 


1 1 AA 
1 2.00 


1 A AA 
10.00 




100 


90.00 


70.00 


V f K f C II 

M. M. bully 


1 

1 


7 A 


1 C 

.25 


1 A 

10 


2.40 


1 AA 

2.00 


\ i . i \ \ , r i_ ■ . 
Mammoth White 


1 


£L AA 

6 00 


5.00 




10 


....... 








.10 


AO 

.08 




1 A 

10 


OA 

.00 


•7A 

./O 




1 AA 

100 




C AA 
> .00 


Marie Kunderd . . . . 


1 A 

10 








1 AA 

100 






Marmora 


1 

1 


1 AA 
1.00 


OA 

.80 




10 


8.00 


6.00 




100 


CA A A 

50.00 


40.00 




1 AAA 

1000 


/4AA A A 

400.00 


A A 

i 20.00 


Marnia 


1 

I 


1 c 

. 1 5 


.12 




1 A 

10 


1 AA 

1.00 


.80 




1 AA 

100 


6.00 


5.00 




1 AAA 
1000 


CA AA 

50.00 


40.00 


Mar. rocn 


I 
1 


i n 


.Uo 




1 A 
10 


AC 

.o> 


c C 
.5 > 




100 


4.00 


3.00 




1000 




30.00 


vffirv Frpv 


I 


1.25 


1.00 




10 


10.00 


8.00 




100 


40.00 


30.00 




1000 






\lary Jane 


1 


.50 


40 




10 


4.00 


3.20 


Milady Imogene 


1 


.50 


.40 


\ 1 i 1 1 \ c\r\c\ \Tf> 


1 


.20 


.15 




1 A 




i in 
l.LU . 


Minuet 


1 


.75 


.60 




10 


6.00 


5.00 




100 


40.00 


30.00 


Miss Des Moines 


1 


10.00 


7.50 


Miss Tea Rose 


I 


.15 


.12 




10 


1.00 


.80 




100 




6.00 


Miss Universe 


I 






Morocco 


1 


5.00 


4.00 


Mother Machree 


1 


25.00 


20.00 




10 


200.00 


160.00 


Mr. Mark 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.70 


.60 




100 




4.00 


Mrs. Anna Pfitzer. . 


1 


4.00 


3.50 


Mrs. C. Edwards 


1 


50.00 


40.00 



Mrs. Chas. A. Stevens 1 



BULBLF.TS 

No. ■')' No. 4 No. ."> No. 6 Per 

.10 Pkg> .20 

.80 .60 .45 .30 1000 1.50 

6.00 3.00 2.00 Qt. 4.00 

45.00 20.00 15.00 Pk. 20.00 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.40 .30 .20 .10 1000 .75 

2.25 1.50 1.00 .60 Qt. 1.50 

.15 .10 Pkg. .25 

1.20 .80 .60 .40 1000 2'.00 

1.00 .75 .50 .25 5 .50 

8.00 6.00 4.00 100 7.00 

60.00 40.00 30.00 1000 50.00 

.20 ' _„ 

i.6o : 

4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 1 50 

30.00 20.00 15.00 8.00 10 4.00 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.60 .50 .40 .30 1000 2.00 

4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 

30 .20 .15 Pkg 25 

2.00 1.25 .75 1000 1.50 

.60 .40 .30 .20 10 45 

4.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 100 1.50 

30.00 25.00 20.00 15.00 1000 10.00 

240.00 200.00 160.00 120.00 Qt. 40.00 

.10 Pkg. .15 

.60 .45 .30 .20 1000 2.00 

4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 Qt. 5.00 

30.00 20.00 12.00 7.50 Pk. 25.00 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.45 1000 .80 

2.40 Qt. 3.00 

25.00 Pk. 16.00 

.80 .60 . 50 .40 5 .40 

6.40 4.80 4.00 3.20 100 4.00 

20.00 15.00 12.00 8.00 1000 10.00 

150.00 120.00 90.00 65.00 Qt. 45.00 

.30 Pkg. .25 

2.40 100 2.00 

.35 .25 .20 .15 10 .50 

.10 Pkg. .20 

.80 .60 .40 .20 1000 2.00 

.50 .40 .30 .20 Pkg. .35 

4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 1000 20.00 



4.00 3.00 2.00 1.25 1 .35 

.10 Pkg. .15 

.60 .50 .35 .20 1000 1.50 

5.00 3.50 2.00 1.25 Qt. 3.00 

4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 1 .50 

3.50 3.00 2.50 1 .50 

15.00 10.00 7.50 5.00 1 1.00 

120.00 80.00 60.00 40.00 10 8.00 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.50 1000 2.00 

3.00 2.00 

3.00 

30.00 20 00 15.00 10.00 1 2.50 

1.00 .75 .50 .35 1 .15 



Per 

Mrs. Ella \forrison. . . 1 
10 
100 
1000 

Mrs. F. C. Hornberger 1 
10 
100 
1000 

Mrs. F. C. Peters .... 1 
10 
100 
1000 

Mrs. H. A. Caesar. ... 1 
10 
100 

Mrs. J. A. Walsh 1 

10 
100 

Mrs. L. S. Schweppc. . 1 
10 
100 

Mrs. Leon Douglas. . . 1 
10 
100 
1000 ' 

Mrs. Paul Dieball .... 1 
Mrs. P. W. Sisson. ... 1 
10 
100 
1000 

Mrs. T. Rattray 1 

Mrs. S. A. Errey 1 

Mrs. Stanleigh Arnold 8 
10 



Mrs. Van Konynenburg 1 



10 
100 
1000 

Mrs. Walter Lytton. . 1 
Mrs. W. Richardson. . 1 
10 
100 
1000 

Nancy Hanks 1 

10 
100 

O. A. D. Baldwin 1 

Obelisque 1 

10 

October 1 

Olive Goodrich 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Opalescent 1 

10 
100 
1000 



No. 1 


No. 2 


-Yo. 3 


No. 4 


.20 


.15 


.10 




1.50 


1.20 


.80 


.50 


7.00 


5.00 


3.00 


■2.00 






25.00 


18.00 


.35 


.30 


.25 


.20 


2.50 


2.00 


1.50 


1.25 


16.00 


12.00 


8.00 


6.00 




90.00 


60.00 


50.00 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.60 


.50 


.40 


.30 


4.00 


3.00 


2.40 


1.80 






20.00 


16.00 


.20 


.15 


.10 




1.60 


1.20 


.80 


.60 




900 


7.00 


5.00 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.80 


.65 


.55 




5.00 


4.00 


3.00 




.10 


.08 


.07 




.60 


.50 


.40 






4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.80 


.70 


.60 


.45 




4.00 


3.00 


2.00 




.50. UU 


Z4.UU 


lb.UO 






'in 


.ill 


.40 


.30 


.20 


.15 


3.20 


2.40 


1.60 


1.20 


16.00 


12.00 


8.00 


6.00 




90.00 


65.00 


50.00 


1.50 


1.25 


1.00 




4.00 


3.00 


2.00 




.50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


4.00 


3.20 


2.40 


1.60 


.60 


.50 


.40 


.30 


4.80 


4.00 


3.20 


2.40 


25.00 


20.00 


15.00 


12.00 




150.00 


120.00 


90.00 








.75 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.70 


.60 


.50 


.40 


5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


40.00 


32.00 


24.00 


16.00 


.20 


.15 


.10 




1.00 


.80 


.60 


.50 


6.00 


5.00 


3.00 


2.00 






2.00 


1.50 


.25 


.20 


.15 




2.00 


1.60 


1.20 




1.50 


1.25 


1.00 


.75 


.30 


.25 


.20 


.15 


2.40 


2.00 


1.60 


1.20 


18.00 


15.00 


12.00 


9.00 








70.00 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.65 


.55 


.45 


.35 


4.00 


3.50 


3.00 


2.00 


30.00 


25.00 


20.00 


15.00 







BuLBLETS 


No. 5 


No. 6 


Per 






Pkg. 


.20 


.35 


.25 


1000 


.75 


1.00 


.75 


Qt. 


2.00 


12.00 


6.00 







.15 


.10 


Pkg. 


.25 


1.00 


.75 


100 


.75 


4.00 


2.00 


1000 


2.00 


35.00 


20.00 


Qt. 


3.00 






Pkg. 


.10 


.20 


.10 


1000 


.75 




.oU 


Qt 


2.50 


12.00 


7.00 


Pk. 


18.00 






fKg. 


1 5 


.40 


.30 


1 nnn 

IUUU 


1 .7U 


3.50 


2.50 


Qt. 


% nil 






"Kg 


1 ft 

- 1 u 






1000 


1 .00 






Pkg 


.10 






1000 


75 






Qt. 


1.50 






Pkg 


.10 


.35 


.25 


1000 


1.00 


1 . L ' 


.75 


Qt. 


3.50 


10.00 


6.00 




.15 


.10 


l 


.10 


10 




Pkg. 


.25 


80 


.50 


1000 


3.00 


4.00 


2.50 


Qt. 


10.00 


30.00 


15.00 


Pk. 


60.0(1 


^.25 




10 


1. 00 


.15 


.10 


10 


.25 


1.20 


.80 






.20 


.10 


Pkg. 


.25 


1.60 


.80 


100 


1.50 


9.00 


6.00 


1000 


12 00 


75.00 


40.00 


Qt. 

1 


25.00 


.50 


.35 


.15 






Pkg 


.10 


.30 


.20 


1000 


.75 


1.00 


.75 


Of- 


1.50 


8.00 


6.00 


Pk. 


9.00 






Pkg. 


.20 


.40 


.30 


100 


.50 


1.25 


.75 


1000 


2.00 


1.00 


.75 


5 


1.00 






Pkg 


.25 






1000 


1.50 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 


.10 




Pkg. 


.30 


.80 


.50 


1000 


10;00 


5.00 


3.00 


Qt- 


25.00 


40.00 


20.00 








Pkg. 


.10 


.25 


.15 


1000 


1.00 


-1.00 


.60 


Qt. 


2.50 


8.00 


4.50 


Pk. 


io.no 





Per 


No. J 


No. 2 


Oraftamc 




1.25 


1 .00 




10 


10.00 


v00 




100 


80.00 


64.00 


Orange Fire 


1 














Orange Flame 


1 


.15 


.12 




10 


1.20 


.90 




100 


9.00 


o 00 




1000 




54.00 


Orange Gold 


1 














Orange Wonder 


1 


1.25 


1.00 


10 


10.00 


8.00 




100 




64.00 


Orchid Ladv 


1 


1.00 


.80 




10 


8.00 


6.00 


Osalin 




.15 


.12 




10 


1.00 


.90 




100 


7.00 


6.00 




1000 




45.00 


Pasadena 


1 


.15 


.12 




10 




1.00 




100 




4.00 


Pauline Kunderd, 


1 


5.00 


4.00 


Paul Pficzer 


1 


.50 


.40 




10 


4.00 


3.50 




100 


35.00 


25.00 




1000 


250.00 


200.00 


Peace 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.60 


.50 




100 




3.00 


Pearl of California. . 


1 


.70 


.60 




10 


5.50 


4.50 




100 


40.00 


30.00 




1000 


300.00 


240.00 


Persia 


I 


.10 


.08 




10 


.70 


.60 




100 


6.00 


5.00 




1000 




40.00 


Ptkzer's Fortuna 


1 


.50 


.40 




10 


4.00 


3.20 


Pfitzer's Triumph . . 


1 


.65 


.55 




10 


5.25 


4.50 


Phaenomen 


1 


.20 


.15 




10 


1.50 


1.20 




100 


12.00 


10.00 




1000 


80.00 


65.00 


Philatelia 


1 


1.50 


1.25 


Philip Breitmeyer . . 


1 


1 .00 


.80 


Pink Cloud 


I 


.20 


.15 




10 


1.60 


1.20 


Pink Delight 


1 




1.25 


Pink Enchantor 


1 




Pink Lilv 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 




.60 




100 




3.50 


Pompeian Beauty . . 


1 


""30 


.25 




10 


2.40 


2.00 


Pond Lilv 


1 






Pres. Harding 


1 


.15 


.12 




10 


1.20 


.90 




100 


6.0(1 


5.00 




1000 


50.00 


40.00 











BULBLETS 


No. 3 


No. 1 


No. 5 


No. 6 


Per 


.75 


.45 


.35 


.20 


10 


.50 


6.00 


3.50 


2.50 


1.50 


100 


3.50 


36.00 


27.00 


20.00 


12.00 


1000 


25.00 


1 01) 


.75 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 


.10 








Pkg. 


.15 


.70 


.50 


.35 


.25 


1000 


1.00 


4 00 


3.00 


2.00 


1.00 


Qt. 


4.00 


36.00 


27.00 


18.00 


9.00 




1 00 


.75 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 


.75 


.45 


.35 


.20 


10 


.50 


6.00 


3.50 


2.50 


1.50 


100 


3.50 


oo 




20.00 


1 2.00 


1000 


25.00 


60 


.50 


.40 


.30 


10 


.60 


5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


100 


4.00 


.10 








Pkg. 


.15 


.80 


.60 


.40 


.30 


100 


LOO 


5.00 


4.00 


2.58 


1.25 


1000 


1.75 


40.00 


32.00 


20.00 


10.00 


Qt. 


7.00 


.10 








Pkg. 


.15 


.80 


.60 


.40 


.25 


1000 


1.00 


3.00 


2.20 


1.40 


1.00 






3.00 


2.50 


2.00 


1.00 


Each 


.50 


.30 


.25 


.20 


.15 


Pkg. 


.25 


2.50 


2.00 


1.50 


1.00 


100 


1.75 


20.00 


15.00 


12.00 


8.00 


1000 


15.00 


160.00 


120.00 


90.00 


60.00 


Qt. 


40.00 


.07 








Pkg. 


.10 


.40 


.30 


.20 


.15 


1000 


.75 


2.00 


1.50 


1.00 


.75 






.50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


' ' io 


.40 


3.50 


2.50 


2.00 


1.50 


100 


2.40 


20.00 


15.00 


12.00 


10.00 


1000 


20.00 


150.00 


100.00 


75.00 


60.00 


Qt- 


75.00 


.07 








Pkg. 


.10 


• .50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


1000 


LOO 


4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


1.00 


Qt. 


4.00 


32.00 


24.00 






Pk. 


20.00 


.30 


.25 


.20 


\5 


2 


.10 


2.40 


2.00 


1.60 


.80 


100 


3.00 


.45 








10 


.40 


3.75 








100 


2.50 


.10 








Pkg. 


.15 


.90 


.70 


.50 


.30 


1000 


3.00 


8.00 


6.00 


4.00 


2.50 


Qt. 


10.00 


45.00 


30.00 


20.00 


12.00 


Pk. 


50.00 


LOO 


.75 


.50 


.25 


1 


.15 


.60 


.40 


.30 


.20 


1 


.10 


.10 








Pkg. 


.25 


.80 












1.00 


.75 


.50 


.25 


10 


.75 




.75 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 


.07 








Pkg. 


.10 


.50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


1000 


1.00 


2.75 


2.00 






Qt. 


2.00 


.20 


.15 


.10 




Pkg. 


.25 


1.60 


1.20 


.80 


.50 


1000 


2.00 


1.00 


.75 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 


10 








Pkg. 


.15 


.60 


.40 


.25 


.15 


1000 


1.00 


4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


1.00 


Qt. 


3.00 


32.00 


24.00 


15.00 


7.00 


Pk. 


15.00 



Per 

Pres. Lincoln 1 

Pretty Pink 1 

Pride of Oregon 1 

Pride of Portland I 

Pride of Wanakah. ... 1 
10 
100 

Primrose Princess .... 1 
10 
100 

Prince of India 1 

10 

Purest of All 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Purple Glory 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Purple Progress 1 

Purple Queen 1 

10 
100 

Queen Mary 1 

10 

Quinton 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Radiant Orange 1 

Radiant Queen 1 

Ravenna 1 

Reah 1 

10 
100 

Red Fire 1 

10 
100 

Red Glory 1 

Red Splendor 1 

Red Tornado 1 

10 

Red Velvet 1 

Reflection 1 

10 

Remarkable 1 

10 

Renown 1 

Resplendent 1 

10 

Rev. Ewbank 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Richard Diener 1 

10 
100 
1000 



No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 






4.00 


3.00 




1.25 


1.00 


.75 


5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


■ 2.00 


3.00 


2.50 


2.00 


1.50 


.20 


.15 


.12 


.10 


1.50 


1.20 


.95 


.80 






5.00 


3.00 


7? 

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*sn 


50 


35 


1 50 


7 50 


1 50 
I . J u 


1 00 
I .UU 


70 oo 


1 7 50 

1 / . ) U 


1 5 00 

I J .UU 


10 00 
1 U.UU 


75 


70 


1 <r 

. 1 J 


10 

. 1 u 


~> oo 

i.W 


1 fSO 
i . uu 


1 70 
l . — u 


SO 


75 


70 

.LU 


1 ? 


1 

. 1 u 


? on 

L .UU 


1 50 


1 70 

1 . LU 


SO 

• OU 


10 00 
lu.uu 


S 00 


(S 00 
U.UU 


4 00 

t.UU 


SO Ofl 
ou.uu 


(SO 00 


50 00 

JU.UU 


15 00 

J ) .UU 


in 

. LU 


OX 
.uo 


07 

• U/ 




70 

./ u 


(SO 

.UU 


50 

. j u 


40 
.*rU 


<S 00 
u.uu 


5 00 

) .uu 


1 75 


7 00 

i.UU 


50 00 

J U.UU 


40 00 


75 00 

L J .UU 


1 h 00 

1 U.UU 




5 00 

J .UU 


4 00 
^.uu 


1 00 

J .UU 


75 


?0 

.LU 




1 

. 1 u 


2.00 


1 60 


1.20 


.80 


12.00 


10.00 


8.00 


6^00 






.25 


.20 






2.00 


1.60 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.60 


.50 


.40 


.30 


4.00 


3.20 


2.50 


1.50 


30.00 


25.00 


20.00 


12.00 


.75 


.65 


.55 


.45 


.50 


.40 


.30 


.25 






60 


40 


.35 


.30 


.25 


.20 


2.50 


2.00 


1.50 


1.00 


17.50 


15.00 


12.50 


10.00 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.70 


.60 


.50 


.40 


4.00 


3.00 


2.40 


1.80 






.50 


.40 


1.00 


.80 


.60 


.40 


5 00 


4 00 


i 00 

J .UU 


7 00 
L.UU 


40 00 
tU.UU 


17 00 
j l.uu 


74 00 

LH.UU 


MS 00 

I O.UU 






15 


75 

,LJ 


7? 


70 

.LU 


1 c 
. I 7 


10 

. IU 






1 70 
1 . LU 


so 

.ou 




fS5 


CC 

.J J 


45 


f\ 00 
O.UU 


5 00 


4 00 


1 00 

J .UU 


50 

.ju 


in 


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1 00 
i .uu 


so 


(SO 
.DU 


40 
.**u 


8 00 


6 00 


4 00 


3.00 


'io 


'08 


.07 




.65 


.55 


.45 


.35 




3.00 


2.40 


1.80 




25.00 


22.00 


16.00 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.65 


.55 


.45 


.35 


3.50 


3.00 


2.50 


2.00 


30.00 


25.00 


20.00 


15.00 



10 



BULBLETS 



No. 5 


No. 6 


Per 


2.00 


, 1.00 


1 


.50 


.50 


.35 


1 


.15 


1.00 


.75 


1 


50 


1.00 


.75 


1 


.40 








1 c 

. 1 ? 


.60 


.40 


1000 


1 r\0 
1 .QU 


2.00 


1.25 




i no 

4.UU 


75 
.L? 




Pkg 


..50 


.75 


.50 


100 


1.00 


S 00 
O.UU 


5 00 

? .UU 


1000 


5.00 






Pkg 


25 


(SO 

.UU 


50 

. J u 










Pkg. 


.25 


.60 


.40 


1000 


1.00 


7 75 
L.t J 


1 50 
1 . -> u 


Qt, 


4.00 


10 00 
JU.UU 


17 00 








Pkg. 


.10 


10 

.jU 


70 
.LU 


1000 


1 .00 


1.50 




Qt. 


2.50 


17 00 






7 00 


i on 

1 .UU 


1 


.50 






Pkg. 


.2> 


60 


40 


1000 


2.00 


4.00 


2!50 






.15 


.10 


10 


.35 


1.20 


'.80 


100 


3.00 






Pke. 


.10 


.20 


.10 


1000 


1. 00 


1.00 


.50 


Qt. 


2.00 


8.00 


4.00 


Pk. 


10.00 


.35 


.25 


l 


.15 


.20 


.15 


Pke 


.15 


.30 


.20 


i 
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in 

. I u 


!l5 


AO 


"Kg. 


. J J 


.75 


.50 


1000 
1 uuu 


1 50 

J . J u 


8.00 


6.00 


Or 


6.00 






pi,,. 
f Kg. 


IO 

. IU 


.30 


.20 


1000 
1UUU 


so 

.OU 


1.20 


.80 


Qt. 


2.50 


.30 


.20 


10 


1.00 






i 


1 c 

. I J 






l 


.40 


in nn 

1U.UU 


nn 

O.UU 


10 


2.50 


70 


• 1 s 


Pkg. 


.25 






Pkg. 


.20 


.OU 




1000 


5.00 




•Z? 


10 


.50 


? nn 


1 7<> 


100 


3.00 


■*n 


7n 


10 


.50 


7 nn 


1 7*i 


100 


2 00 






Pkg. 


.10 


.25 


.15 


1000 


1.00 


1.20 


.75 


Qt. 


3.00 


8.00 


6.00 








Pkg. 


.10 


.25 


.15 


1000 


1.00 


1.50 


1.00 


Qt. 


3.00 


10.00 


6.00 


Pk. 


15.00 





I'tr 


No. J 


No. 2 


Rippling V\ aters . . . . 


1 


>.oo 


2.50 


Rita Reck 


1 


.75 


.60 




10 


b.00 


5.00 




100 


45.00 


35.00 


R. f. Kunderd 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.80 


.70 




100 




4.00 


Roderick Dhu 


1 


1.00 


.80 




10 


8.00 


6.00 


Romance 


1 


10 


.08 




10 


.60 


.50 




100 


4.00 


3.00 




1000 


35.00 


28.00 


Rose Ash. . . . 


1/ 


.10 


.08 




10 


.60 


.50 




100 


4.00 


3.50 


Rose Mulberry 


I 


.15 


.12 




10 


1.20 


1.00 




100 






Ro\al Lavender 


1 


1.50 


1.25 




10 


12.00 


10.00 




100 


100.00 


80.00 




1000 






Roval Purple 


1 


.50 


.40 


Rudolph Valentino. . 


1 


1.00 


.80 


10 


8.00 


6.00 


Ruffled Gold 


1 


2.00 


1.50 




10 


16.00 


12.00 




100 


80.00 


75.00 




1000 






Sacajawea or Smoky. 


1 


.25 


.20 




10 


2 00 


1.60 




100 


12.00 


10.00 


St. Thomas 


1 


.15 


.12 




10 


1.20 


.90 




100 


6.00 


5.00 




1000 


45.00 


35.00 


Salbach's Pink 


1 


5.00 


4.50 


Saraband 


1 


.25 


.20 




10 


1.60 


1.20 




100 


12.50 


10.00 


Scarlet King 


1 






Scarlet Princeps 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.70 


.60 




100 




3.50 


Scarlet Wonder 


1 


.10 


.08 




10 


.60 


50 




100 


3.60 


3.00 




1000 




25.00 


Senorita 


1 




1.25 




10 




Sidney Plummer .... 


1 




.10 




10 




.60 




100 




4.00 




1000 




32.00 


Sir Thomas Lipton. . 


1 






Smoke 


1 




.10 




10 




.80 




100 




5.00 


Star of the Sea 


1 


1. 00 


.80 



BlJLBLETS 

No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 Per 

2.00 1.50 1.00 .75 1 .25 

.40 .30 .25 .20 10 .30 

3.60 2.40 2.00 1.60 100 2.50 

25.00 20.00 16.00 12.00 1000 25.00 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.50 .40 .30 .25 100 25 

3.00 2.20 1.40 1.00 1000 1.00 

.60 .40 30 .20 Pkg. .50 

4.00 3.00 2.00 1.25 1000 40.00 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.40 .30 .20 .10 1000 .75 

2.40 1.50 1.00 .60 Qt. 2.00 

20.00 12.00 8.00 4.50 Pk. 10.00 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.40 .30 .20 .10 1000 1.00 

3.00 2.50 1.50 1.00 Qt. 2.50 

.10 Pkg. .25 

.80 .60 .40 .30 1000 3.00 

6.50 5.00 3.00 2.00 

1.00 .75 .50 .35 Nobbts. 

8.00 6.00 4.00 2.75 

60.00 45.00 30.00 20.00 

400.00 300.00 225.00 150.00 

.30 .20 .15 .10 Pkg. .25 

.60 .40 .30 .20 Pkg. .50 

4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 1000 3.00 

1.00 .75 .50 .25 Pkg. .40 

8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 100 2.00 

50.00 35.00 20.00 12.00 1000 15.00 

.._ 200.00 150.00 75.00 Qt. 35.00 

.15 .10 Pkg. .25 

1.20 .80 .50 .30 1000 2.00 

8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 Qt. 5.00 

.10 Pkg. .15 

.70 .50 .35 .20 1000 1.00 

4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 Qt. 3.00 

25.00 18.00 12.00 8.00 Pk. 15.00 

3.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 1 .35 

.15 .10 Pkg. .25 

.90 .60 .35 .20 1000 2.00 

8.00 6.00 4.00 2.50 Qt. 5.00 

2.00 1.50 1.00 .75 1 .25 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.50 .40 .30 .20 1000 1.00 

2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 Qt. 2.00 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.40 .30 .20 .10 1000 .75 

2.40 1.50 1.00 .70 Qt. 1.75 

20.00 12.00 8.00 5.00 

1.00 .75 .50 .35 10 .60 

6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 100 5.00 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.50 .40 .30 .20 1000 .75 

3.00 2.20 1.40 .75 Qt. 1.75 

25.00 18.00 10.00 5.00 Pk. 12.00 

1.00 :75 .50 1 10 

.07 Pkg. .10 

.55 .35 .25 .15 1000 1.00 

4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 Qt. 2.50 

.60 .50 .40 .30 Pkg. .50 



11 



Per 

Stuttgardia 1 

Sulphur Frills 1 

10 
100 

Sultan 1 

Sweet Rose I 

10 
100 
1000 

Sw ord of Mahomet ... 1 
10 

Taro 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Thais Valdemar 1 

10 
100 

The President 1 

10 

Thistle 1 

10 
100 

Thos. T. Kent 1 

10 
100 

Thos. A. Edison 1 

Tiger 1 

10 

Titan 1 

10 

Tobersun I- 

10 
100 

Troubadour 1 

Twilight I 

10 
100 

Tvcko Zang 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Veilchenblau 1 

10 
100 

Veiled Brillance 1 

10 

Velvet Diamond 1 

Violet Prince 1 

10 

Waban 1 

10 
100 

Wawasee 1 

10 

Wedgewood 1 

W. H. Phipps 1 

10 

W. G. Badger 1 

10 
100 



No.l 


No. 2 


Ao. 3 


No. 4 


a nn 

4.UU 


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7 nn 

J .UU 




in 

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n>3 
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n7 
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An 

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J .UU 


a nn 

4.UU 


7 nn 


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.25 


.20 


.15 


.10 


2.00 


1.60 


1.20 


.80 


.50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


.20 


.15 


.10 




1.60 


1.20 


.80 




.10 


.08 


.07 




.80 


.70 


.60 


.50 


4.50 


3.40 


2.70 


2.00 



1? 







BULBLICTS 


iVo. 5 


No. 6 


Per 






1 


.40 






Pkg. 


.10 


.Si) 


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1000 


1.50 


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1 o ■? 
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3.00 


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1 .00 






Pkg. 


.25 






100 


.50 






1000 


3.00 






Qt. 


6.00 


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. I 3 


10 


.40 


i a n 
10. U 


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3.00 






Pkg. 


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1000 


1 00 


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Qt. 


2.50 


8.00 


4.50 


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12.00 






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1000 


1.50 




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Pkg. 


.15 


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1.50 






Pkg. 


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1000 


1.00 






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1.00 


.75 


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2.00 


.10 




Pkg. 


.25 


.80 


.50 


1000 


2.00 


1 .UU 


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1 


.20 


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A AA 
O.UU 


10 


1.60 


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100 


10.00 






1 

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.15 
.10 






1000 


1.00 






Pkg. 


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.2) 


1 r 
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1000 


1.00 


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3.00 


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Pk. 


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. 1 5 


Pkg. 


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1 .OU 


1 AA 
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100 


2.40 


12.00 


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O.UU 


1000 


20.00 


.15 


.10 


Pkg. 


.30 


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A.A 

.OU 


100 


1.00 


.50 


.2? 


2 


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.25 


.oU 


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1000 


2.00 






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.25 


AA 
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1 AA 
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5.00 


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1000 


15.00 






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.25 


.50 


.25 


1000 


2.00 


.15 


.10 


10 


1.50 






Pkg. 


.20 






1000 


2.50 






Pkg. 


.10 


.40 


.30 


1000 


1.00 


1.40 


1.00 


Qt. 


3.50 



Per 

Wodan 1 

Yellow Perfection .... 1 



Per 

Ada De Poy 1 

10 

Aflame 1 

10 
100 

Apricot Glow 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Cara Mia 1 

10 
100 

Copper Bronze 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Copper Gold 1 

E. B. Williamson 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Enchantress '1 

10 
100 

Etrjelvn 1 

10 
100 

Evening 1 

10 
100 

Firy Knight 1 

10 
100 

Golden Frills I 

10 
100 
1000 

Golden Orange 1 

Goldielocks 1 

10 
100 

Harbinger 1 

10 
100 

Improved Tiplady. ... 1 
10 
100 

King of Oranges 1 

10 

Kund's Yellow Beauty 1 
10 



No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


6.00 


5.50 


5.00 




3.00 


2.50 


2.00 






PRIMULINUS 


No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


.15 


.12 


.10 





1.00 


.80 


.60 


.50 


1.00 


.80 


.60 


.50 


7.50 


6.25 


5.00 


4.00 


50.00 


40.00 


32.00 




.50 


.40 


.30 


.20 


4.00 


3.20 


2.40 


1.60 


32.00 


25.00 


19.00 


12.00 






150.00 


100.00 


2.00 


1.50 


1.00 


.75 


16.00 


12.00 


8.00 


6.00 


120.00 


90.00 


60.00 


45.00 


.20 


.15 


.10 




1.50 


1.20 


.80 


.50 


10.00 


8.00 


6.00 


4.40 


80.00 


60.00 


45.00 


35.00 


2.50 


2.00 


1.50 


1.00 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.60 


.50 


.40 


.30 


5.00 


4.00 


3.00 


2.00 


40.00 


32.00 


24.00 


1 5.00 


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8.00 


6.00 


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.60 


.45 


6.00 


5.00 


4.00 


2.75 


.25 


.20 


.15 


.10 


2.00 


1.60 


1.20 


.80 




10.00 


8.00 


6.00 


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. 1 J 


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.90 


.70 


.55 






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.20 


.15 


.10 


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1 .60 


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.30 


.20 


4 fin 


3.20 


2.40 


1.60 


30 00 


25.00 


20.00 


14.00 


TO 


.15 


.10 




1.50 


1.20 


.80 


.60 


10.00 


8.00 


6.00 


5.00 


.25 


.20 


.15 


.10 


1.00 


.90 


.80 


.60 


7.50 


7 00 


6.00 


5.00 


.30 


.25 


.20 


.15 


2.40 


2.00 


1.60 


1.20 


.10 


.08 


.07 




.70 


.60 


.50 


.40 



111 LBLETS 

No. 5 No. 6 Per 

1 1.00 

1 .25 



BULBLICTS 



No. 5 


No. 6 


Per 






Pkg. 


.10 


.35 


.25 


1000 


1.00 


.40 


.30 


10 


.60 


3.00 


2.40 


100 


2.50 


18.00 


12.00 


1000 


20.00 


.10 


.07 


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AO 


.80 


.55 


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1 uu 


1 H 
1 .1 ' 


6.40 


4.40 


1 000 


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50.00 


30 00 




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.50 


.35 


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4.00 


2.50 


i nn 


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30.00 


20.00 


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no nn 






rkg. 




.30 


.20 


i nnn 

1 uuu 




3.60 


2.50 




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J .uu 


20.00 


15 00 


Pk. 


20 00 


75 


^50 


1 


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Pka 


.10 


.20 


.15 


1000 


1 00 


1.25 


.75 


Qt. 


2.00 


10.00 


6.00 


Pk. 


10.00 






Pkg. 


.15 


.30 


.20 


1000 


1.80 


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Z.UU 


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Qt.. 


2.00 






Pkg. 


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1.40 


1.00 


Qt 


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20 


50 


25 


1000 


2^00 


4.00 


2.00 










Pkg. 


.15 


.40 


.25 


1000 


1.50 


3.00 


2 00 










Pkg. 


.25 


.45 


.25 


1000 


2.00 


3.00 


2.00 


Qt. 


6.50 


20.00 


10.00 


Pk. 


40.00 


.30 


.20 


10 


.50 


.15 


.10 


Pkg. 


.50 


1.20 


.80 


1000 


30.00 


10.00 


7.00 










Pkg. 


.20 


.45 


.30 


1000 


2.00 


3.50 


2.00 


Qt. 


4.00 






Pkg. 


.25 


.40 


.30 


1000 


5.00 


3.00 


2.00 










Pkg. 


.30 


.80 


.50 


100 


2.00 






Pkg. 


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.30 


.20 


1000 


1.00 



13 



Per 

Marigold 1 

10 

Mongolia 1 

Mrs. Calvin Coolidge . 1 
10 
100 

Oneta '. . 1 

10 

Orange Butterfly 1 

10 
100 

Orange Queen 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Pansv. . . 1 

10 
100 

Patricia Carter 1 

10 

Queen of Orange 1 

10 
100 

Rose Mist 1 

10 
100 
1000 

Salmon Glow I 

10 
100 
1000 

Scarlet Bedder 1 

10 
100 

Sweeter Seventeen. .. . 1 
10 

Taurus 1 

10 
100 

Temblor I 

10 

The Orchid 1 

10 
100 

Winifred 1 

10 
100 

Virginia Lou 1 

10 

Zona 1 

10 
100 



No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 



.30 
2.00 
.50 
1.50 
10.00 
80.00 
.50 
4.00 
1.50 
7.50 
50.00 
.10 
.60 
4.00 



.10 
.70 
6.00 
.75 
6.00 
.30 
2.40 
15 00 
.20 
1.50 
12.00 
90.00 
.10 
.80 
4.50 
30.00 
.25 
1.50 
12.00 
.50 
3.50 
.10 
.70 
5.00 
.15 
1.00 
.60 
5.00 
40.00 
.50 
4.00 
30.00 
.10 
.70 
.25 
2.00 
12.00 



.25 
1.60 
.40 
1.25 
8.00 
60.00 
.40 
3.00 
1.25 
6.50 
45.00 
.08 
.50 
3.00 
25.00 
.08 
.60 
5.00 
.60 
5.00 
.25 
2.00 
12.00 
.15 
1.20 
10.00 
70.00 
.08 
.60 
4.00 
25.00 
.20 
1.25 
10.00 
.40 
2.50 
.08 
.60 
4.00 
.12 
.80 
.50 
4.00' 
32.00 
.40 
3.20 
25.00 
.08 
.60 
.20 
1.60 
10.00 



.20 

1.20 
.30 

1.00 

6.00 
45.00 
.30 

2.25 

1.00 

4.00 
30.00 
.07 
.40 

2.40 
18.00 
.07 
.50 

4.00 
.50 

4.00 
.20 

1.60 

9.00 
.10 
.90 

8.00 
50.00 
.07 
.50 

3.00 
20.00 
.15 

1.00 

8.00 
.30 

2.00 
.07 
.50 

3.00 
.10 
.60 
.40 

3.00 
24.00 
.30 

2.40 
20.00 
.07 
.50 
.15 

1.20 
8.00 



No. 4 
.15 
.80 
.25 
.75 
4.50 
30.00 
.25 
1.50 
.75 
3.00 
25.00 



.30 
1.50 
12.00 



.40 
2.00 

"'.'50 
.30 
2.00 
16.00 
.20 
1.60 
14.00 



.40 
.10 
.80 
6.00 



No. 5 No. 6 

.10 

.60 
.20 
.50 
3.00 
20.00 
.20 
1.00 
.50 
2.00 
15.00 



BULBLETS 

Per 



.20 
1.00 
8.00 



.40 .30 

3.00 2.00 

.40 .30 

3.00 2.00 

.15 .10 

1.20 .80 

7.00 5.00 

"'70 ""50 

6.00 4.00 

40.00 30.00 

""40 "".30 

2.00 1.00 

15.00 10.00 

.10 

.80 .60 

6.00 5.00 

.20 .15 

1.50 1.00 



.30 
1.00 

"'.40 
.20 
1.50 
10.00 
.15 
1.20 
10.00 



.30 

"60 
4.00 



.40 
.15 
.30 
2.00 
15.00 
.15 

"~35 
1.00 
8.00 



.10 
.75 
6.00 

""20 
1.00 
.20 
1.25 

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3.00 

"".35 
2.00 
15.00 



,20 
.75 
7.00 

""50 
4.00 
.10 
.60 

""26 
.60 

""25 
.15 

1.00 

6.00 
.10 
.80 

8.00 

"""26 

"".40 
2.50 



Pkg. 

1000 
2 
1 

100 
1000 

1 

100 

1 

100 
1000 
Pkg. 
1000 

Qt. 

Pk. 

Pkg. 

1000 

Qt. 

1 

10 
Pkg. 
1000 
Qt. 
Pkg. 
1000 
Qt. 



Pkg. 

1000 

Qt. 

Pk. 

Pkg. 

1000 

Pkg".' 

1000 

Pkg. 

1000 

Qt. 

Pkg. 

1000 

Pkg. 

100 
1000 
Pkg. 
1000 

p"k g : 
1000 

Pkg. 
1000 
Qt. 



.25 
2.00 

.10 

.15 
10.00 
70.00 

.10 
7.00 

.15 
3.00 
20.00 

.10 
1.00 
3.00 
15.00 

.10 
1.00 
2.50 

.10 

.50 

.25 
2.00 
4.00 

.20 
3.00 
10.00 



.10 
1.00 
2.00 
10.00 
.30 
3.00 

""25 
3.00 

.10 
1.00 
2.00 

.15 
1.00 

.25 
1.20 
10.00 

.50 
30.00 



10 

1.00 
25 
2.50 
5.00 



My bulbs this year are positively the finest I have ever had, plump, high crowned, and 
healthy. By disinfecting everything I plant and planting on new ground every year I have 
practically gotten away from disease entirely. One of my customers writing in for my new 
price list says "your bulbs speak for themselves." 

Those who have bought of me before know that I will treat them right on price and quan- 
tity and quality. To those who have not bought of me I want to say "just give me a trial 
order. I think I can make you a permanent customer. 



14 



MIXTURES. I do not advise an advanced amateur ever to buy a mixture of glads. 
And they usually w ill not. It is so much more fun to keep the kinds separate and learn 
to know them all by name, learn the different characteristics of the various varieties. 
Then if there is one you especially like and you want to get more you know what it 
is you want. 

But there are thousands of people who have gardens, who want a lew glads and 
have not yet got the "bug" and so do not want to bother with keeping the kinds sepa- 
rate. For these people 1 have a mixture that is especially good. It contains at least 
thirty varieties, good ones in many different shades. These are mixed as the orders 
come in, so if you prefer more of one shade and less of others 1 can mix them that way. 
1 f you do not like reds I can leave them out and the same with other colors. I f you leave 
it to me I will give you a fine assortment of at least thirty kinds in the collections of 
50 or more bulbs. Bulbs are at least 1 inch in diameter and not the little Vfc inch bulbs 
sent out in many collections 

THIS IS MY NO. 1 COLLECTION. 

They are priced at $3.00 for 100 bulbs, prepaid. $1.75 lor 50 or $1.00 lor 25, all 
prepaid. Next fall if you want your money back just say so. I don't believe there 
is as good a mixture offered by any other grower in the country at anywhere 
near the price. 

I have had many wonderful reports from the collections 1 sent out last year. 

1 also have a NO. 2 COLLECTION at the same price. This includes only prim- 
ulinus varieties. 

NO. 3 COLLECTION $5.00 per 100, 50 and 25 at the 100 rate. This includes 
at least 40 varieties in many different shades and several of the newer varieties. 

' NO. 4 COLLECTION $10.00 per 100, 50 and 25 at the 100 rate. This contains 
at least 50 varieties including many of the finest exhibition varieties and is sure to 
please anyone. If labeled these collections would cost a great deal more. 

Certain varieties are included in all the mixtures but in the higher priced ones are 
some varieties that are exceptionally fine and of an exhibition quality. All are very 
well worth the money. I am not afraid to compare them with any collection in the 
country. 

But remember the varieties in the collections are not labeled. 

Mixed bulblets 1000 $ .50 

Quart 1 50 

These contain many fine varieties. 

Join the A. G. S., $2.00 a year. You get the "Gladiolus Review" a monthly mag- 
azine devoted solely to gladiolus. 1 also give a bulb of Copper Bronze and one of 
Golden Frills with each new member. 

Join the New England Gladiolus Society. $1.00 a year. You will receive the 
year book for 1929 and the one for 1930. These are fine illustrated books of about 100 
pages. Send me the money and 1 will attend to it for you. 

15 



"The glads "Lorice" you sent me have bloomed and I am perfectly 
delighted with them." Mrs. \Y. N. H., Warrenton Va. 



"Marmora is all you claimed. A wonderful spike and of the most beau- 
tiful color. 5 feet tall. 19 buds with 9 open at once. Other spikes as good. 
Emile Aubrun in every way a companion of Marmora except the color. 
That is splendid too. Royal Lavender had only two blooming bulbs but 
they are fine. The color very beautiful, size good and in every way one 
that I will want to keep. Rose Mist, dainty and beautiful. Attracts the 
admiration of all. Gloriana, the color so soft and glowing and the peculiar 
opening of the buds so attractive that it is in a class by itself. Marnia 
beautiful color but stems somewhat crooked. That can be overlooked as it 
more than makes up in other ways. Golden Dream. Annie Laurie and Dr- 
Nelson Shook all good. 

Every one which were suggested by you are more than satisfactory 
and will have a place in my garden again next year." VV. B. R.. Peoria. Ill- 



Dear Sir: 1 ordered bulbs from you last year and was greatly pleased 
with results. Yours were the only ones I ordered that every one grew, and 
every one bloomed, and best of all every one was true to name, and 1 got 
bulbs from several firms. And most of my bulbs from you were size 5 and 6. 

Mrs. L. H., Allen Grove, Wis. 



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1930 DESCRIPTIVE LIST 



MRS. F. C. HORNBERGER. (Hornberger) Large white with no markings 
Several open. A fine exhibition variety as well as commercial. Winner at many shows. 
Late. 

MRS. F. C. PETERS. (Fischer) Very beautiful orchid lavender with darker 
blotch. Many blooms open. Tall, straight stem. The finest commercial, late lavender 
and a top notch exhibition variety. 

MRS. H. A. CAESAR. (Vaughan) Fine light lavender. In the house this 
fades to a wonderfully beautiful clear shade. Several open on nice spike. 

MRS. J. R. WALSH. (D) Large ruffled flesh pink with flame red blotch cov- 
ering nearly the whole of the 3 lower petals. Very long spike. Fine. 

MRS. L. S. SCHWEPPE. (K) Deep peach blossom with velvety red blotches. 
Not large but beautiful and distinct. Several open. Stands frost well. 

MRS. LEON DOUGLAS. (D) Salmon-rose striped with flame and scarlet. A 
real wonder glad. About the tallest, largest and showiest glad in existence. Several 
immense blooms open at a time. Have had tip blooms over 5 inches across. One of 
the leaders at the shows and becoming very popular as a cut flower. 

MRS. PAUL DIEBALL. (K) Deep salmon pink with darker throat. 

MRS. P. W. SISSON. (Coleman) Creamy light pink. Tall strong grower. 
Several large beautiful blooms open at a time. A fine outstanding variety, one of my 
favorites. Will be grown by the million. 

MRS. T. RATTRAY. (Errey) Bright rose. Very long spike with nearly all 
open at once. Fine for exhibition. 

MRS. S. A. ERREY. (Errey) Very large orange with orange red blotch. Sev- 
eral immense blooms open. Fades some in the sun. 

MRS. STANLEIGH ARNOLD. (D) Soft phlox pink striped with light purple- 
Long spikes nearly all open at once. Fine exhibition variety. Odd but pretty. 

MRS. VAN KONYNENBURG. (Pf.) Tall, clear, medium light blue. Several 
open. The best in its shade of blue. A big seller. 

MRS. WALTER LYTTON. (K) Deep salmon flesh with creamy throat. 

MRS. WILLARD RICHARDSON. (D) Early dark red. Tall strong grower. 
A fine dark red glad too little known. 

NANCY HANKS. (Salbach) Apricot shading to orange pink. Red marking on 
lip. Several large well placed blooms open. Very distinctive and showy. 

O. A. D. BALDWIN. (Salbach) Deep velvety red with darker blotch. Several 
well placed blooms open. 

OBELISQUE. (Holland) Very large cream yellow with darker yellow lip. Sev- 
eral open. Fine for the garden or exhibition. 

OCTOBER. (K) Very large beautiful deep old rose flaked darker. Very fine. 

OLIVE GOODRICH. (Goodrich) White shading to pink at edges. Pale yel- 
low throat. Several open. Tall strong plant with long spike. This is a fine commercial 
and will be grown in quantity when available. If you grow for cut flowers be sure to 
try this. 

OPALESCENT. (Bill) Pale lavender with darker lines in the throat. Fine 
commercial. Nice easy grower. 

ORAFLAME. (Kemp) Light orange shading to a golden throat. Several open. 
Tall, straight plant. Very beautiful color. You should try it. 

ORANGE FIRE. (K) Ruffled orange red, medium size. Fiery color. 

ORANGE FLAME. (K) Orange scarlet shading lighter toward upper center. 
Small velvety purplish spot on flame orange lip. Heavily ruffled. This variety is not 
so well known as it should be as it is one of the very finest glads in existence. Very dis- 
tinctive and beautiful. Late. 

ORANGE GOLD. (K) Deep orange red. Very showy. 



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ORANGE WONDER. (Kemp; Clear deep orange. Large flowers. Tall, strong, 
straight plant. Very good. 

ORCHID LADY. (Spencer) Very large orchid lavender. Well liked by the 
florists. 

OSALIN. (Salbach) Coral pink with soft orange shading in the throat. Several 
open making a fine spike. A fine midseason pink. Should become a good commercial 

PASADENA. (D) Orange scarlet throat and lip white with purplish specks in 
the throat. Very large wavy flowers. Several open. Very showy. 

PAULINE KUNDERD. (K) Light rose pink with creamy throat. Tall plant 
with several blooms open at a time. Very fine but rather slow propagator. 

PAUL PFITZER. (Pf.) Very beautiful reddish purple, the finest in just this 
color. Something like Purple Glory but clearer, more brilliant coloring. Tall, strong 
plant. 

PEACE. (Groff) An old white variety with purplish spot in the throat. Tall 
strong plant. Still a good commercial late white. 

PEARL OF CALIFORNIA. (Kingsley) Very large La France pink. Tall 
strong growing plant with 2 or 3 long side shoots. 8-12 blooms open. Early. An out- 
standing variety that should become a fine commercial. 

PERSIA. Very deep red, almost black. Exceedingly popular. Always in good 
demand. 

PFITZER'S FORTUNA. (Pf.) Large soft clear yellow. Many open. Early. 

PFITZER'S TRIUMPH. (Pf.) Brilliant salmon with deep salmon red blotch. 
Immense blooms. Very beautiful and distinctive. One of the very finest. 

PHAENOMEN. (Pf.) Soft salmon pink with clear yellow lip. Several open. 
Early. Rather short plant but beautiful ruffled variety. 

PHILATELIA. (K) Deep tyrian rose feathered darker. Tall, strong plant. 
Very good. 

PHILIP BREITMEYER. (K) Light rose lavender. Dark lines in the throat. 
PINK CLOUD. (K) Large ruffled delicate rose shading to deeper rose throat. 
Several open. Distinctive and pretty. 

PINK DELIGHT. (K) Soft rich rose pink. Cream throat. 

PINK ENCHANTOR. (K) Rich rose pink with deep rose red blotch. 

PINK LILY. (K) Very pretty ruffled deep rose pink. 

POMPEIAN BEAUTY. (K) Deep rose pink with throat markings of red and 
white. 

POND LILY. (K) Large deep rose pink, deeper in throat. Beautiful. 

PRESIDENT HARDING. (White) Deep yet soft American Beauty color. 
Heavily ruffled. 8-10 open. This is somwehat like Diener's American Beauty but much 
better. I think you will like it. 

PRESIDENT LINCOLN. (K) Lavender blue flaked darker, purple blotch on 
lower petals. Tall. This looks good. 

PRETTY PINK. (K) Rose pink with deeper colored throat. 

PRIDE OF OREGON. (Damon) Light pink. Large showy spike with many 
open. Fine. 

PRIDE OF PORTLAND. (Ellis) Very large light rose. Winner of A. G. S. 
Trophy for best new seedling at the Northwest Regional Show. 

PRIDE OF WANAKAH. (Criswell) Large beautiful lavender rose. Rich 
color, fine. You will like it. 

PRIMROSE PRINCESS. (Salbach) Tall clear primrose yellow, lower petals 
darker. Long spikes of well placed blooms. Several open. Strong grower. One of the 
best light yellows. 

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PRINCE OF INDIA. (Childs) An old smoky variety that is always in demand. 

PUREST OF ALL. (Pf.) Large pure white with no markings. Many open- 
One of the best whites. 

PURPLE GLORY. (K) Tall, strong growing plant with massive deep velvety 
maroon flowers with almost black blotches. Heavily ruffled. One of the best. Weil 
liked by everyone. 

PURPLE PROGRESS. (K) About the same color as Baron Hulot but much 
larger and better. 

PURPLE QUEEN. (K) Deep violet purple. Several large well placed ruffled 
blooms open at a time. The best in this shade. 

QUEEN MARY. (Salbach) Bright ruffled pink with scarlet blotch on yellow 
ground of lower petals. Fine substance. 

QUINTON. (Kemp) Very large light pink shading a little darker toward the edges 
of the petals. Pink lines on light yellow lip. Tall slender willowy stems that are fine 
for florist work. Very early and an easy grower. 

RADIANT ORANGE. (Austin) Large clear apricot orange. Always noticed 
in the garden. Good. 

RADIANT QUEEN. (Hornberger) Fine orange P. G. 

RAVENNA. (K) Dark purplish red. Long spike. One of Kunderd's best. 

REAH. (Salbach) An unusual shade called mallow purple shading to mallow 
pink. Very dark blotch in throat. Whole flower has a velvety appearance. Fine and 
distinct. Everyone likes it. 

RED FIRE. (K) Large clear bright red. Long spike with several open. One of 
the best. 

RED GLORY. (Piper) A sport of Purple Glory. Beautiful dark red. 

RED SPLENDOR. (K) Light scarlet, lower petals darker. Ruffled. Very 
strong and massive and stands winds and weather well. A good one. 

RED TORNADO. (Ellis) Heavy textured velvety red with darker throat. 

RED VELVET. (K) Deep velvety cardinal red flaked darker. Very pretty. 

REFLECTION. (Goodrich) White. Upper petals tinged grenadine pink which 
appears as a reflection of the scarlet blotches on lower petals. 

REMARKABLE. (K) Deep cherry rose. Large round flowers. Tall strong plant. 
Much admired by garden visitors. 

RENOWN. (Errey) Cream white, many blooms open. Tall and strong. Good. 

RESPLENDENT. (Kinyon) An odd but pretty combination of cream, yellow 
and scarlet. Heavily ruffled. Very showy. 

REV. EWBANK. (Velthuys) Light blue. Several open. Tall but often kinked 
spikes. Earlv. Fine commercial and good seller. 

RICHARD DIENER. (Diener) Beautiful salmon pink, cream throat. Rather 
short plant but long spike with 8-10 blooms open. A fine variety either for the garden 
or as a commercial. Late. 

RIPPLING WATERS. (Ellis) Cream suffused with pink. Several large well 
placed blooms open. Fine. 

RITA BECK. (Fischer) Clear shell pink with scarlet lines on the lip. 6-8 im- 
mense blooms open. Tall straight stem that always stands up well in spite of the large 
flowers. An outstanding variety either for the garden or for florist use. 

R. J. KUNDERD. (K) Wonderful dazzling orange vermillion. Several open. 
Fine. 

RODERICK DHU. (Stephen) Rose pink sport of Mrs. Pendleton. Extremely 
large and beautiful color. Very showv. 

ROMANCE. (K) Salmon rose bordered blue. Odd but very pretty. Fine spike 
with many open. One of the best. 

ROSE ASH. (Diener) A pastel shade. Ashes of roses. One of the best smokies. 
Tall. Popular. 

ROSE MULBERRY. (Austin) The name describes it. Tall plant. Several 
blooms open. A very pretty smoky. 

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1930 DESCRIPTIVE LIST 



ROYAL LAVENDER. (Schleider) Deep 
lavender shading lighter towaed the center. 
Heavy penciling of a deeper shade on lower petals 
4 ft. high 14-20 buds, 4-7 large flowers open at a 
time. A warm distinct shade that appeals to 
everyone. 

This variety was originated by John 
Schleider of Michigan and grown for him for 
several years by Henry Winklehaus a florist of 
Howell, Mich. Mr. Winklehaus considers it 
the finest glad he ever grew. He says it is a 
wonderful seller in his store. 

This past year Mr. Winklehaus grew some 
to exhibit at the Michigan Show. He brought 
21 spikes, the first 21 to bloom. They were mag- 
nificent. They had 4 ft. stems tho' I will admit 
they were cut rather low. The picture below is 
taken from a snapshot photograph of the basket. 
I grew just as good ones here on my poor sand 
but they were not quite so tall. 

Royal Lavender is a very fine variety for any 
purpose but its greatest value will be as a com- 
mercial flower. If I know anything about glads 
it will become a leading commercial lavender in 
a few years Another thing about this variety is 
that old bulbs do not deteriorate. With most 
varieties when a bulb gets 3 or 4 years old it 
peters out and is no good but Royal Lavender 
keeps right on year after year producing fine 
spikes of bloom and nice plump bulbs tho of 
course not so many bulblets. I do not fill orders 
with these old bulbs but am just telling how they 
act. 




If you have any 
doubt about the value of 
this variety, write Hen- 
ry Winklehaus, Howell, 
Mich. He has grown 
more of them and used 
more in floral work than 
anyone else. You can't 
go wrong on Royal Lav- 
ender. 



Basket Shewn 
at the 
Michigan 
Show at 
Lansing, 1929 



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ROYAL PURPLE. (K) Beautiful 
large violet purple. 

RUDOLPH VALENTINO. (Velthuys) 

Bright pink of fine substance. Stands 
weather well. 

RUFFLED GOLD. (Goodrich) Beau- 
tifully and heavily ruffled light yellow with 
rose pink feather in throat. 6-8 perfectly 
placed blooms open. Slender but stiff stem. 
Tall. Very artistic and beautiful yellow that 
is different. 

SACAJAWEA OR SMOKY. (D) Gold- 
en bronze, a pretty distinct new shade. Tall. 
Strong grower. 

ST. THOMAS. (K) Large salmon rose 
tinged with scarlet with a deep purplish black 
blotch. Very showy. Attracts lots of atten- 
tion in the garden. 

SALBACH'S PINK. (Salbach) Large 
wide open geranium pink with soft carmine 
lip and throat. Long spike with 6-8 large 
flowers open. Opens well to the end. 

SARABAND. (Salbach) Rich velvety 
bordeaux or deep mulberry, straw yellow 
blotch. Very unusual and beautiful color. 
Large flowers. Fine. 

SCARLET KING. (K) Large bright 
scarlet. 

SCARLET PRINCEPS. (K) An old 

but very good bright red. A big seller every- 
where. 

SCARLET WONDER. (Groff) Im- 
mense clear red. The largest red grown, 
often 6 inches across. Extremely showy in 
the garden. 

SENORITA. (Salbach) Large, wide 
open orange shading to salmon. Red pencil- 
ings on bright orange yellow lower petals. 
Many open. Extremely showy. Medium 
height, 

SIDNEY PLUMMER. (Salbach) Large 
cream yellow tinged delicate pink, amber lip 
marked with purplish lines. 8 or more well 
placed blooms open. Blooms from any size 
bulb. No. 3 will give magnificent spikes. A 
fine variety for any purpose. 




Pearl of California 



SIR THOMAS LIPTON. (Salbach) Large salmon rose flaked with steel. At- 
tractive. Strong grower. 

SMOKE. (Diener) Old rose streaked with slaty pink. Odd but always attracts 
attention in the garden. Never have enough to go around. 

STAR OF THE SEA. (Ellis) Large reddish orange. Looks somewhat like 
Mrs. Leon Douglas except in color. 

STUTTGARDIA. (Pfitzer) Bright orange which fades some in the sun. Except 
for this it would be a fine variety. 

SULPHUR FRILLS. (K) Heavily ruffled clear sulphur yellow. Very popular. 



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SULTAN. (Crow) Very deep red, heavily ruffled. A seedling of Purple Glory 
and Dr. Bennett. Many blooms open. Beautiful velvety texture. A fine exhibition 
variety. One of the best. 

SWEET ROSE. (K) Soft deep rose pink with red throat. Large, beautiful pink- 

SWORD OF MAHOMET. (Ellis) A smoky brown, very pretty. Tall, strong 
grower. One of the best smokies. 

TARO. (K) Cerise, darker than American Beauty. Early. Massive grower- 
Fine commercial variety. 

THAIS VALDEMAR. (Diener) Old rose, overlaid with bright vermillion. 
General appearance is a self color. Very pretty. 

THE PRESIDENT. (K) Light red. Well liked by garden visitors. 

THISTLE. (K) Ruffled dark salmon pink with darker markings. Distinctive 
and very pretty. 

THOS. T. KENT. (Diener) Light shell pink overlaid with strawberry red. 
Crimson stripe on each petal. 9 or more very large blooms open at a time making a 
very showy spike. Not beautiful but showy. 

THOMAS A. EDISON. (K) Very heavily ruffled very deep red. Velvety text- 
ture. The finest in just this shade. 

TIGER. (K) An odd but very well liked color. Salmon red flaking on outer 
portion of petals. Large smoky blue blotch bordered white. 

TITAN. (Errey) Very large salmon pink with purplish blotch. Nice color. Sev- 
eral open. Attracts lots of attention in the garden. 

TOBERSUN. (Austin) Large clear yellow. A little lighter shade than Loyalty 
but very good. Several open. Tall, strong plant. One of the best yellows. 

TROUBADOUR. (Pfitzer) Large clear purple. Long spike with many well 
placed blooms open. A fine one. 

TWILIGHT. (K) Very beautiful ruffled creamy buff with yellow and pink throat. 
Strong heavy foilage. Fine. 

TYCKO ZANG. (Austin) Immense salmon pink, white throat faintly dotted 
cerise. Several open Very large heavy foilage. Tall, strong grower and good prop- 
agator. 

VEILCHENBLAU. (Pfitzer) Large dark blue. The best on the market in this 
shade. 

VEILED BRILLIANCE. (Austin) Bright pink tinted grayish giving it the 
appearance of being veiled. Several large well placed blooms open. Tall strong plant. 
One of my favorites. Fine. 

VELVET DIAMOND. (K) Rich velvety blood red 

VIOLET PRINCE. (K) Very deep reddish violet. 

WABAN. (Stephen) Bright orange with darker blotch. Very showy and pretty . 
You will like it. 

WAWASEE. (K) Soft rose pink striped bright rose or red. Red blotch in throat. 
Showy and always well liked by garden visitors. 

WEDGEWOOD. (Austin) Strong growing violet purple. Fine. 

W. H. PHIPPS. (Diener) A real wonder gladiolus. Light rose salmon. 15-20 
or more large wide open blooms open at a time. When well grown this is about the ul- 
timate as an exhibition flower. Is becoming well known as a commercial too. 

W. G. BADGER. (Metzner) Light salmon. Throat cream dotted with cerise. 
Nearly whole spike open at a time. 

WODAN. (Pfitzer) Deep violet blue. Fine. Clear color. Medium height. 

YELLOW PERFECTION. (Pfitzer) Clear light yellow. Many blooms open 
at a time. 

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PRIMULINUS VARIETIES. 

This class of glads is different from the others in having usually a more slender stem, 
flowers farther apart on the stem, often smaller flowers tho not always, a greater range 
of color especially the orange and yellow and pastel shades and delicate colors and some- 
times the blooms are hooded tho the later originations do not usually show this so much. 
They are strong growers and good propagators. They have a more artistic form and are 
especially fine in baskets and artistic floral work. 

You should try some. You will like them. 

ADA DE POY. (Salbach) Clear apricot with bronze shadings. Long spikes 
with 6-8 blooms open. Ruffled. Very artistic and pretty. 

AFLAME. (Hornberger) Begonia rose shading to bright orange flame near the 
edge. Back of petals is even brighter than the front. Very large. 6 inches and over 
across. One customer wrote me that he didn't suppose a glad could grow so big. 6 or 
more open. A very fine variety. 

APRICOT GLOW. (Palmer) Clear, warm apricot shade fading a little as it 
stands but still a beautiful color. Very seldom flecks as do most varieties. The color is 
very similar to Gloriana but it is better in every other way. Gloriana is a very beautiful 
glad but is surpassed by Apricot Glow. It has the strong growth and nearly the size of 
Giant Nymph but the grace and beauty of the finest prim. Easily grows 5-5 V2 ft. high 
and can be cut with a fine stem without sacrificing the plant and bulb. 

This past summer I sent some blooms to several of the leading florists of Boston 
and N. Y solely with the idea of getting their opinions of Apricot Glow as a commercial 
flower. Nearly all were enthusiastic about it and several wanted to buy flowers and 
this at a time when the market was flooded with glads. We shipped blooms as long as 
they lasted and got several times the regular market price. 

The following letter from Max Schling probably the best known retail florist in 
America is typical of several I received from the florists I sent blooms to. 

"Among the many varieties of similar types, Apricot Glow is without question one 
of the finest in form, color and size of flowers. I have among my collection some of the 
best produced in Europe and in our own United States and, with the exception of Orange 
Queen, I have not come across one that has such fine nuanciation in coloring. 

I regret that I was absent from the city at the first meeting of the New York Florist's 
Club and was for the two weeks previous not in touch with any of our own people, other- 
wise I would have tried to get to them the message somehow to ask you to send some 
of these gladiolus to be exhibited at the New York Florist's Club. I am quite sure if 
you would send some of these stalks next year of the same type, to be judged by the ex- 
hibition committee of the New York Florist's Club it will do you no harm. The Horti- 
cultural Society of Massachusetts has a similar committee and it would be perhaps 
worthwhile to send some there. Get in contact with Mr. E. I. Farrington at the Horti- 
cultural Hall in Boston. 

The flowers themselves lasted, regardless of the exceedingly warm season, eleven 
days after having traveled from Burlington to New York and on arrival in New York 
having been shipped to me, which took another day. Almost every bud developed per- 
fectly." 

I really believe this is one of the finest florist varieties ever introduced and will be 
grown by the million. It is a fine propagator. 

CARA MIA. (Miller) Deep shrimp pink with small light rose spot on lower 
petals. Tall slender but stiff stems. This is the earliest variety 1 have ever grown. 
Being so extremely early and fine in other respects it should become a valuable commer- 
cial variety. 

COPPER BRONZE. (K) Very large coppery bronze. One of the most dis- 
tinctively beautiful and artistic primulinus in existence. 

COPPER GOLD. (K) A beautiful gold tinged with copper. Tall strong grower. 

E. B. WILLIAMSON. (K) Light purple, a new shade in prims. If you like 
purple shades you will like this. 

ENCHANTRESS. (K) Large beautiful soft shrimp pink. 



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ETHELYN. (Fischer) Tall straight orange similar to Orange Queen but has a 
clear lip instead of deep orange lines on it. Has side shoots that make good long stems. 
One of the very finest prims in existence. 

EVENING. (K) Very dainty flesh pink with cream throat. 

FIRY KNIGHT. (Hofman) Large clear fiery red. Fine. 

GOLDEN FRILLS. (K) Tall heavily ruffled very deep yellow. Small flame 
cerise feather in the throat which deepens the general color. Very artistic and beautiful. 
One of Kunderds' best. 

GOLDEN ORANGE. (K) Beautiful golden orange color. 

GOLDIELOCKS. (Stephen) Beautiful pure clear soft yellow. Frank Shepard- 
son, President of the A. G. S a man who knows his glads says "Chaste" is the word that 
describes it. 

HARBINGER. (Sanford) Burnt orange, different from any other shade known 
in gladiolus. This is as fine a varietv for landscape use as I ever saw. Better trv a few. 

IMPROVED TIPLADY. (Salbach) Orange, little darker than Tiplady and 
taller, not quite so large a flower. 

KING OF ORANGES. (K) Large orange saffron. Good. 

KUNDERDS' YELLOW BEAUTY. (K) A good yellow. 

MARIGOLD. (K) Large ruffled light yellow. 

MONGOLIA. (K) Very deep yellow, probably the deepest yellow glad to date. 
Clear self color. Tall plants. Good sized flower. Good. 

MRS. CALVIN COOLIDGE. (K) Large soft salmon rose, cream toward center. 
Ruffled. One of the very best. 

ONETA. (Kemp) Orange. Very tall strong growing plant. Large flower of fine 
color. One of the best orange glads on the market. Should be better known. 

ORANGE BUTTERFLY. (Salbach) Bright bronzy orange of fine substance. 
Several well arranged flowers of butterfly shape. A spike of blooms looks like a flock 
of butterflies in flight. Distinctive and very pretty. 

ORANGE QUEEN. (Holland) Beautiful light orange, deeper at edge of petals. 
Orange red lines in the throat. Tall, 5-7 blooms open. One of the very best commercial 
glads and one of the big sellers. 

PANSY. (K) Salmon red with velvety orange red blotches. Tall, early. This 
does not seem to be well known but is one of the finest prims. 

PATRICIA CARTER. (K) Soft clear light shrimp pink. Very dainty and 
beautiful. 

QUEEN OF ORANGE. (K) Immense orange red. 5 inches across, Very showy. 

ROSE MIST. (Fischer) A prim in a class by itself. The color is difficult to 
describe. It is a sort of old rose with buff showing thro. Fine buff line on edge of all 
petals. 5-6 or more well placed blooms on tall spike. One of the most beautiful of all 
glads. 

SALMON GLOW. (Hornberger) Very large beautiful clear salmon, clear 
yellow lip. 5 inches or more across. Extremely early and valuable commercially for 
that reason. 

SCARLET BEDDER. (Salbach) Beautiful soft yet glowing scarlet. Very dis- 
tinctive and beautiful. Sure to be popular. 

SWEETER SEVENTEEN. (K) Large clear deep salmon pink, yellow throat 

TAURUS. (K) Distinct shade of purple violet. Good seller. 

TEMBLOR. (K) Large clear dark salmon, cream throat. Very good. 

THE ORCHID. (Spracue) Orchid shape and color. Badly hooded but very 
pretty. 

WINIFRED. (Stephen) Peculiar combination of purplish plum and yellow. 
Very long spike with 10-12 open at a time. Very odd and distinctive. A good one. 

VIRGINIA LOU. (K) Old rose, creamy yellow throat. Large and fine. 

ZONA. (K) Deep salmon rose on upper petals. Lower petals lighter with a fiery 
rose blotch on yellow ground. Very beautiful. Tall strong grower. 

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Delphiniums 



Delphiniums are positively the best blue hardy perennial. They grow to nine 
feet and taller, and with their long, stately spikes of flowers and broad leaves they are 
in a class by themselves. They grow well in any good, well-cultivated garden soil, 
are absolutely hardy, produce bloom twice during the season and will give more garden 
pleasure than any perennial I know. 




Blooms from Seedling Plants 



There has been a great revival of interest in Delphiniums the past few years due 
to the wonderful inprovements that have been made in them. Several famous hy- 
bridizers have been working on them and have produced new forms and types and 
wonderfully beautiful colorings, many of them now having beautiful shades of pink, 
mauve and purple mingled with the various shades of blue. 

I no longer grow the old common strains but am offering year-old plants of the 
Vanderbilt strain which is considered as fine as there is in existence. I get the very finest 
seed to be had, the same as the originators use for their own sowing. 

In August, 1926, I exhibited blooms from seedling plants at the Boston Gladiolus 
Show and at two or three other flower shows and at every show the people went wild 
over them. One lady told me she had paid high prices for named varieties that could 
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They can be planted either in the fall or spring but if in the spring you should 
order them during the winter so 1 can ship just as soon as the frost is out of the ground. 

One year old plants, strong sturdy plants with unusual root growth, $4.00 per 
dozen, prepaid. 

BABY SEEDLINGS. These plants look small when you get them but they will 
bloom this first year They will bloom later however than the large plants and do 
not all bloom at the same time as do the large ones but the blooming season extends 
throughout the summer. A good way is to get both large plants and seedlings and so 
extend the blooming season of your delphiniums. Baby Seedlings $1.50 per dozen, 
postpaid. 




Apricot Glow 



Phlox 

One of the very best and showiest hardy plants. This year I have them only by 
color: white, light pink, salmon pink and lavender or purple. They are fine varieties 
$2.00 per dozen, prepaid. 

j 




One of our Fields, 1929 

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Montbretias 



These are very pretty bright-colored summer-flowering bulbs. Somewhat like a 
very small-flowered gladiolus. The slender wiry stems grow about two feet high or 
higher, and have the flowers arranged about one-third the length. Very artistic and 
beautiful. They should be planted in clumps for best effect. In mild climates they 
can be left in the ground two or three years with a winter cover. Mixed orange and 
red, 50 cents a dozen; $3.50 per 100. Better try at least one dozen. 



A DELIGHTFUL LITTLE BOOK 
"GOD'S LOVELIEST CREATIONS A CHILD AND A FLOWER" 

Sixty-e : ght pages of beautiful tributes in poetry and prose paid to mothers, to 
children and to flowers by eminent people of the past and present time. Here are three 
specimen tributes: 

"Mothers and flowers to men were given, 
To bridge the span twixt earth and Heaven,'" 

"There is no joy like that which surrounds a cradle." 

"Flowers are the sweetest things that God ever made and forgot to put a soul into." 

A splendid gift to Mothers any day, with or without flowers. A copy should be 
in every home blessed with children or flower-lovers. Fifty Cents per Copy- 
Copyright, 1929, by Charles A. Robinson, 597 Parke Avenue, East Orange, New Jersey. 

Send direct to Mr. Robinson. I get nothing for this, just want to pass along a 
good thing. 

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1930 DESCRIPTIVE LIST 



JOIN THE AMERICAN GLADIOLUS SOCIETY, the fastest growing special 
flower society in the world. Dues $2.00 a year. You receive a monthly magazine de- 
voted solely to the gladiolus. It contains a world of valuable information for glad 
lovers. Worth much more than the $2.00. 

To all new members I will send a bulb of Copper Bronze and Golden Frills. This 
is not for transfers but to bonafide new members. 

If You are a Member Please Hand this to Some Friend 



"I hereby apply for membership in the American Gladiolus 
Society, and inclose $2.00 as annual membership dues, $1.00 of 
which is for a year's subscription to the Gladiolus Review. 
Mail this application and $2.00 to 
ROSCOE HUFF, Secretary 
Goshen, Indiana 

Name , 

Street and No 

City or Town State 

Amateur or Professional.... 

Recommended by Elmer E. Gove. 



THE NEW ENGLAND GLADIOLUS SOCIETY, is another big glad society 
that is doing big things. They issue a very fine illustrated year book of nearly 100 
pages that is worth more than the yearly dues. New members coming in this year will 
get copies of both the 1929 and 1930 year books. Dues $1.00 a year. 



Please enroll me as a member of the 
NEW ENGLAND GLADIOLUS SOCIETY 
Mail this coupon and $1.00 to 
C. W. BROWN, Secretary 
Ashland, Mass. 



Name 

Street 

P. O State.. 

Recommended by Elmer E. Gove. 



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CHAMPLAIN VIEW GARDENS 



TESTIMONIALS 



"I have just received set No. 79, Orange Queen and I hasten to say that 
it surpasses all expectations. I thank you cordially for your superior stock 
and 1 certainly will be with you with my orders for next spring, for my re- 
quirements in varieties you offer. I am taking over this entire set to the next 
meeting of our Horticultural society in order to let them see a fine example of 
perfect gladiolus stock." F. E. B., Toronto, Can. 



"Just wish to acknowledge safe receipt several days ago of the glads you 
sent me — certainly wish to thank you for your kindness and generosity in 
count, and to tell you that your bulbs have been the nicest and cleanest 
that I have had from anywhere this season. 1 have had several orders from 
you and all have been uniformly very good. Mrs. A. A. C, Kansas City, Kan 



'Just a line to say that the gladiolus bulbs purchased from you this 
last spring are now in full bloom and the most beautiful assortment that I 
have ever purchased. Words can hardly express my thanks to you for these 
flowers have brought at least 50 visitors to my home the past week and every- 
one has said that they never saw their equal in any flower garden. Every 
plant is strong, everyone standing upright and I have plants from 4 to 5 
feet high." W. J. McKee, Oconomowoc, Wis. 



"Just a few lines to let you know that 1 and my family have had a world 
of pleasure from the blooms your glad bulbs have produced. They have all 
been wonderful and especially do 1 wish to thank you for the extras you sent 
me. Gloriana, Marnia and Lorice have been just beautiful and among the 
best in my whole garden." Mrs. L. B. F., Chillicothe, Ohio. 



"Thought I would write you about my success with my glads this season. 
Won silver cup for winning the most firsts. Copper Bronze took well, every- 
one seemed to just rave over it." John. J. R., Meadville, Pa. 



'"Bought a couple of hundred of your bulbs last spring and was mighty 
well pleased. Want to order more. C. B. W., West Monroe, N. Y. 



"Am pleased to say the set you sent me during summer turned out 
splendidly. All bloomed. Golden Dream overdid itself by giving me 4 bulbs 
2 inches in diameter and 14 bulblets 3-8 to Yi inch besides numerous small 
ones. The delphinium roots were the finest I have seen. 

E. V. W., Birmingham, Ala. 



"I received your shipment of bulbs for which I express my appreciation. 
The order was only for a dollar but in all my experience of buying I have 
never received such prompt and courteous service and above all such wonder- 
ful value in comparison with other gladiolus dealers. My only regret is that 
1 did not give you my entire gladiolus order this year." 

C. J. L„ Woodhaven, L. I., N. Y. 



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Below are some books that everyone having a garden should own. I can 
take your order and have them sent direct from the publisher. 

Farm and Garden Rule Book, by L. H. Bailey. A reference book with a fund 
of useful knowledge for every farm and garden enterprise, presented in easily located 
rules, recipes, formulae, and tables. 111., 587 pp. $3.00 

My Garden Comes of Age, by Julia H. Cummins. An account of the evolution 
of a deserted farmstead into a charming home. The author recounts her trials and 
successes in rebuilding and refurnishing the old house and in developing the garden. 
111., 180 pp. $3.00 

Around the Year in the Garden, by F. F. Rockwell. Because the time when 
you do your garden work is so important, you need a regular schedule. This book 
gives you complete information on every garden problem, outlined week by week, and 
written by a practical gardener. 88 111., 350 pp. $3.50 

The Gardener, by L. H. Bailey. You get full advantage of Dr. Bailey's un- 
equalled knowledge and experience in this book. It tells how to grow flowers, vegetables, 
and fruits from time of planting through to maturity. Special articles on different types 
of gardening. Information that is easy to find and simple to use. 1 lb 111., 260 pp. $2.00 

Home Flower Growing, by E. C. Volz. A real flower garden encyclopedia! It, 
will teach you how to propagate and cultivate your plants, how to care for, fertilize 
and maintain them. It tells how and when and where to grow flowers; what different 
kinds look alike; how to plan indoor, outdoor, rock, and water gardens; how to prepare 
exhibits for a flower show; how to organize a garden club. 151 111., 364 pp. $3.50 

Lawns, by F. F. Rockwell. You will find use for this information year after year, 
for it shows both how to start a lawn right and how to keep it smooth and velvety 
thereafter. Full of suggestions on laying out the lawn, grading, fertilizing, planting, 
care after planting, weed and pest control, and remaking and repairing old lawns. 
39 111., 87 pp. $1.00 

Manual of Gardening, by L. H. Bailey. You can depend on this book to supply 
you with complete and practical information on planting and landscaping your home 
grounds. Tells how to make the most of natural features; how to drain, cultivate, and 
fertilize the soil; how to sow, propagate, transplant, prune, and graft the different 
varieties of fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Gives lists of varieties suited for different 
purposes. 350 1 11., 539 pp. $3.00 

Rock Gardens, by F. F. Rockwell. Shows just how you can build a rock garden 
yourself, on a small or large scale and at little expense. Describes the types of rock 
gardens, tells what soils, climates, and locations are best, how to construct, and what to 
plant for the effect you want. 31 111. ,86 pp. $1.00 

THE GLADIOLUS BOOK 

is about the most complete treatise published on the gladiolus. Is written by Forman 
T. McLean, William Edwin Clark and Eugene H. Fischer; 224 pages finely bound and 
worthy of a place in any library. Price, $5 plus 10 cents for postage. If you are a real 
"glad bug" you want this book.