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---LAKE'S 



& 1 B R A R A / 

X* -39 e t V X ; > 



70th| * pes i ^ 



1870 - 1940 



BULLETIN 
NO. 1 

FFirlA Grade Counts 
February 12th; 1940 



Ask for Special Quotations 
on Quantity Lots 



Shenandoah Nurseries 

A. F. LAKE, President 9 R. S. LAKE, Sec'y-Treas. 

Shenandoah 

■ LONG DISTANCE 

lOWa PHONES 406-407 



TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 



TERMS — 2% for cash if paid by the first of the second month following date of 
invoice, and is due NET thereafter. Additional 1% if paid within 10 days from 
date of invoice. 

Cash, security, or satisfactory reference is required from unknown parties. Orders 
to be sent C.O.D. should be accompanied by one-fourth cash. Interest charged on 
past due accounts. 



PRICES — Apply upon the following quantities: Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, Shrubs, 
Roses, Vines. PERENNIALS (including PEONIES and UUES). 
300 or more take 1000 rates where published. 
30 to 300 take 100 rates. 
Under 30 take 10 rates. 
All grades and varieties in any one class are allowed to make up total. 
Example: All kinds of fruit trees will be considered as one class and all varieties of 
shrubs as one class, etc. 

SMALL FRUITS, HEDGING, PRIVET and ALL SEEDLINGS 
300 of same variety and grade take 1000 rates. 
Under 300 of same variety and grade take 100 rates. 

EVERGREENS, BALLED and BURLAPPED 
30 trees (any assortment) tak^lOO rates. 
Under 30 trees (any assortment) take 10 rates. 

FALL AND SPRING BULBS 

300 or more bulbs (not less than 50 of any one variety) take 1000 rates. 
Under 300 bulbs take 100 rates. 

BROKEN LOTS of less than 10 of any one variety and grade will be billed at 
15% above 10 rates. 

SPECIAL NOTICE — The prices named in this list cancel all previous lists and are 
subject to change without notice. All sales and contracts are made subject to crop 
losses or other causes over which we have no control. 

SHIPPING — We request customers to give definite shipping instructions regard- 
ing manner in which they wish goods shipped. In the absence of special instructions 
we use our best judgment, but without assuming responsibility. All shipments travel 
at risk and expense of purchaser. 

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

PACKING — All cost of packing Is additional to prices quoted. Bales and boxes 
will be charged for at actual cost of material and labor used. 

CLAIMS— FOR ANY CAUSE MUST BE MADE PROMPTLY UPON RECEIPT 
OF GOODS. WE WILL NOT ENTERTAIN CLAIMS AFTER GOODS HAVE BEEN 
ONCE ACCEPTED, OR WHEN REPORT IS NOT MADE IN WRITING WITHIN 
TEN DAYS AFTER ARRIVAL OF STOCK 

GUARANTEE— WE GIVE NO WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AS 
TO LIFE, DESCRIPTION, QUALITY, PRODUCTIVENESS, OR ANY OTHER 
MATTER OF ANY NURSERY STOCK, SEEDS OR PLANTS THAT WE SELL IT 
IS MUTUALLY AGREED THAT OUR TOTAL LIABILITY FOR ANY ERRORS, 
SHOULD STOCK PROVE UNTRUE TO NAME AS LABELED, SHALL BE LIM- 
ITED UPON SATISFACTORY PROOF, TO OUR REPLACING FREE OR RE- 
FUNDING PURCHASE PRICE. 

THE SHENANDOAH NURSERIES 



A. F. LAKE, President 



R. S. LAKE, Sec'y.-Treas. 



SHENANDOAH NURSERIES, SHENANDOAH, IOWA 3 



APPLE and CRAB 

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

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

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

Standard First Class, 4% ft. and up, 11/16 to 1 in $2 40 $21 00 $180 00 

" 4 " " " 9/16 to 11/16 in 2 00 16 50 140 00 

" 3 " " " 7/16 to 9/16 in 1 55 13 00 110 00 

" 2 " " " 5/16 to 7/16 in 1 15 9 00 80 00 

5 " " " 1 inch and up 2 90 25 00 

(Write for special prices on quantity lots.) 



1" up 11/16-1" 9/16-11/16 7/16-9/16 5/16-7/16 



Anisim _ _ 




10 










Anoka - . 


180 


300 


200 








Arkansas Black _ 




50 


180 


340 


170 


Autumn Strawberry . 


30 


180 


160 


270 


210 


Baldwin . . 


10 


100 


110 








Banana _ _- . 


10 


100- 


180 





60 


Benoni - 




100 


120 


60 


60 


Black Ben Davis - 


20 


10 


130 


140 


50 


Boiken ___ 




20 


10 


10 




O n n n /] n Da/3 

V^cLIlcLLlcL XvcU 








DU 


OU 


Carlton - 




10 


20 


10 





Charlemoff 




60 











Chenango Strawberry - _ . 


10 


50 


50 


30 


20 


Cole's Quince 




10 








Cortland 


100 


600 


200 


450 





Delicious - 




400 


250 








Delicious Dark Red 


150 


500 


200 






T*ioli c* i rvn o \^ ol 1 r\\xr 


20 


300 


260 






Duchess . _ - - - - 




810 


1180 


790 


2000 


Duchess Red - . _ 


60 


1800 


400 


50 




Dudley 




80 


40 


20 


20 






250 


350 


110 


70 


l—i^xi Ly Acu J31I n _ — 


10 


10 








Early Strawberry 




30 








E. G. Russett 






270 


180 


70 


Erickson 




10 


20 


20 


60 


Fall Pippin - 




10 


50 


190 


190 


Fameuse . - 


170 


680 


380 


140 




Flame (Minn. No. 635) 


190 


270 


40 


10 




Florence _ 


10 


130 


30 


10 




Gallia Beauty - - 


10 


370 


290 


100 


110 


Golden Sweet - . 


20 










Golden Winesap - 




70 


270 


240 


110 


Gravenstein Red 




170 




10 




Grimes Golden 


10 


300 


450 


830 


270 


Haralson - - - 


340 


1450 


1030 


3300 


2540 




30 


50 








Ingram 


40 


20 


40 


50 


80 


Janet .- - -- 


30 


10 


30 


40 


60 


Jonathan - - 


340 


410 


300 


660 




Jonathan Dark Red 


280 


740 


310 


750 


280 




10 


10 


10 






King of T. Co 


10 


110 


90 


30 


60 


Liveland Raspberry 




20 


100 


100 


40 



4 



BULLETIN NO. 1, FEBRUARY 12, 1940 



APPLE and 

1" up 



Longfield 

Lowery 

Macoun 

Maiden Blush 20 

Malinda 

M. B. Twig 

Mcintosh 780 

Mcintosh Dark Red 200 

Mcintosh Early 30 

Minkler 

Mcintosh Milton 10 

Minnehaha 

Missouri Pippin 

Northern Spy 20 

Northern Spy Red 30 



N. W. Greening_ __ 

Okabena 

Ontario 

Opalescent 

Paragon 

Patten's Greening 
Peerless 



Perkins 10 

Peter 

Pewaukee 30 

Price's Sweet 

Rambo 10 

Ramsdell Sweet 

Red Astrachan 

Red June 40 

Red Siberian 10 

Red Wing 

R. I. Greening 

Roman Stem 

Rome Beauty 30 

Rome Beauty Red 60 

Roxbury Russett 

Salome 

Stark 

Stayman Dark Red 100 

Stayman Winesap 70 

Sweet June 

Sweet Russett 20 

Tolman Sweet 90 

Transcendent 

Turley 

Twenty Oz. Pippin ___ 

Wealthy 980 

Whitney 

Winesap 

Wolf River 50 

Yellow Belle 10 

Yellow Siberian 30 

Yellow Transparent 10 

York Imperial 



./16-1" 


9/16-11/16 


7/16-9/16 


5/16-7, 







20 


50' 





20 


20 


20 


200 


50 





10 


40 


30 







100 


100 


280 


150 





70 


30 


60 


300 


480 


510 


550 


710 


430 


370 


470 


100 


200 


300 


110 


60 


60 


20 


80 


40 


50 


40 


10 


30 


80 


60 


20 


40 


80 


100 


30 


440 


150 


300 


230 


380 


130 


200 


170 


210 


300 








100 


50 


30 


23 


60 


110 


70 


70 


60 


20 


100 


20 


50 


50 


30 


30 


120 


40 


20 


50 


10 


80 


50 


170 


300 


70 


30 


50 





70 


90 


70 


140 


120 


110 


130 


40 


130 


140 


60 


30 


40 


20 


10 


50 


60 


70 


30 


50 


420 


530 


220 


100 


200 


250 


290 


300 


80 





120 


130 


50 


20 





50 


30 


30 


80 




80 


80 


20 










220 


20 








30 










300 


130 


110 


250 


9ft 


fin 


Qft 


30 


J.OU 


^ft 






9oft 


110 






Qft 


7ft 
1 u 


40 






ou 








1 fift 


210 


30 


lDU 


on 
ou 


7ft 


10 




260 


180 




Aft 


8ft 


80 


30 


830 


1090 






340 


210 


180 


250 


110 


160 


150 


210 


370 


80 


20 


30 


10 


20 


30 


40 


100 


40 


40 


210 


320 


510 






40 


110 


120 


150 



SHENANDOAH NURSERIES, SHENANDOAH, IOWA 



5 



APPLE and CRAB — (Continued) 
New and Improved Varieties 

Standard First Class, 4% ft. and up, 11/16 to 1 in. 



Beacon .. 

Delicious Newfane 

Delicious Orleans 

Delicious Sweet 

Dolgo 

Hawkey e Greening 

Hibernal 

Kendall 

Loba" 

Melba 

Minnesota No. 655 

Minnesota No. 700 

Minnesota No. 790- 

Minnesota No. 993 

Prairie Spy (Minn. No. 1007) 

Sharon 

Tetofsky 

Virginia 



9/16 to 11/1.6 in. 
7/16 to 9/16 in.- 
5/16 to 7/16 in. 
1 in. and up 



Per 10 
$2 90 

2 40 
. 1 80 

1 20 
. 3 20 



Per 100 
$25 00 
20 00 
15 00 
10 00 
28 00 



up 

30 
10 



30 
10 



11/16-1" 9/16-11/16 7/16-9/16 5/16-7/16 



10 



30 



i oo 

J.UU 


980 


200 


80 




OK) 




90 


9 Pi 


60 


90 


1 0 
-LU 


■^o 


ou 


^o 


90 




110 




60 


10 






10 




20 


90 


290 


50 


170 


260 


300 


20 


10 


10 


30 


80 


80 


100 


90 


30 


10 






40 


10 


20 




20 




10 




30 








70 


60 


60 


60 


20 


50 






350 


130 


50 


20 


510 


910 


910 


500 



4 

3% 

3 

5 



For descriptions of these New and Improved Varieties, see our Fall Trade List of 

September 20, 1939. 

CHERRY— Sour, Two Year 
(On Mahaleb) 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up $2 60 $22 50 $200 00 

" 9/16 to 11/16 in 2 25 19 00 160 00 

" 7/16 to 9/16 in 1 70 14 00 120 00 

" 1 in. and up 2 90 25 00 

1" up 11/16-1 in. 9/16-11/16 7/16-9/16 

Early Richmond 1200 2470 1130 

English Morello 30 600 900 

May Duke ._ 80 170 30 

Montmorency 2650 3000 2500 

Ostheim 70 400 180 50 

Royal Duke 70 160 50 

Wragg 150 790 380 130 

CHERRY — Sour, One Year 
(On Mahaleb) 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

3% ft. and up, 11/16 in, and up ... . _$2 60 $22 50 $200 00 

3 " " " 9/16 to 11/16 in 2 25 19 00 160 00 

2V 2 " " " 7/16 to 9/16 in. 1 70 14 00 120 00 

2 " " " 5/16 to 7/16 in. 1 40 12 00 100 00 



Early Richmond 
Montmorency - - . 
Wragg 



11/16 up 

210 
_ 750 
10 



9/16-11/16 

770 
2230 
90 



7/16-9/16 
940 
1200 
130 



5/16-7/16 



90 



6 



BULLETIN NO. 1, FEBRUARY 12, 1940 



HANSEN'S BUSH CHERRY 

The fruit is large, sweet, shaped like a plum. Very hardy and bears well in poor 
soil. Will bear first year planted. 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

1235 12 to 18 in $ 70 $ 6 00 $ 

720 18 to 24 in 95 8 00 

1040 2 to 3 ft l 1 20 10 00 

CHERRY — Sweet, Two Year 
(On Mahaleb) 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

4V 2 ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up $3 80 $33 00 $300 00 

4 " " " 9/16 to 11/16 in 3 50 30 00 270 00 

3 " " " 7/16 to 9/16 in 2 50 22 00 

2 " ; ' " 5/16 to 7/16 in 2 40 20 00 

5 " " " 1 in. and up 4 50 40 00 

Bing 

Black Tartarian 

Gold 

Gov. Wood 

Lambert 

Napoleon 

Schmidt 

Windsor 



1" up 


11/16-1" 


9/16-11/16 


7/16-9/16 


5/16-7/16 




300 


180 


240 


130 


280 


300 
50 
85 


200 






10 


60 


~70 






10 


130 


20 


"50 




30 


90 


90 








30 


40 






100 


290 


100 


170 





CHERRY — Sweet, One Year 
(On Mahaleb) 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

4% ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up, whips $3 50 $30 00 $270 00 

3 " " " 7/16 to 9/16 in. " 2 90 25 00 

2 " " " 5/16 to 7/16 in. " 2 10 18 00 

11/16 up 7/16-9/16 5/16-7/16 

Bing 50 240 

Black Tartarian 160 

Gov. Wood 100 

Napoleon 130 

Yellow Glass 150 350 

PEAR STANDARD — Two Year 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

4% ft. and up, 11/16 in and up $2 60 $22 50 $200 00 

4 " " " 9/16 to 11/16 in 2 25 19 00 160 00 

3 " " *' 7/16 to 9/16 in 1 70 14 00 120 00 

2 " " " 5/16 to 7/16 in 1 40 12 00 100 00 

5 " " " 1 in. and up 2 90 25 00 

1" up 11/16-1 9/16-11/16 7/16-9/16 5/16-7/16 

Anjou 

Bartlett 

B. Bosc 

Clapps Favorite 

Douglas 

Duchess 60 

Flemish Beauty 

Garber 

Gorham 

Kieffer 

Lawrence 

Lincoln 

Mendel 

Minnesota No. 3 

Parker 

Patten 

Seckel 

Sheldon 

Tait 



300 


230 


80 


40 


500 


2000 


800 


220 


30 


190 


330 


140 


480 


120 






200 


680 


240 


20 


330 


280 


220 


20 


170 


310 


170 


40 


240 


140 


20 


10 


310 


100 






1000 


440 






270 


100 


50 




520 


300 


200 


40 




1100 


400 


70 


220 


130 


40 




1740 


810 


440 


125 


100 


1070 


25 


100 


720 


1210 


840 


90 




50 






190 


50 







SHENANDOAH NURSERIES, SHENANDOAH, IOWA 



PEAR DWARF— Two Year 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 



3 ft. and up, 5/8 in. and up .. . 










$2 60 


$22 50 


•conn aa 
«{>ZUU uu 


2 to 3 ft., V 2 to % 


in. ... 










2 10 


18 


00 


-LOU uu 


1« fn 0.4. in 3/ a tn U> in. 










1 40 


12 


00 

2 














5/8 up 1/2-5/8 


I/8-1/2 


Anjou 










50 


70 






70 


Bartlett 










20 


150 






OU 


Clapps Favorite 










90 


70 






70 


Duchess -. 










190 


110 








Flemish Beauty 










80 


60 






30 


Kieff er 










110 


80 






10 


Seckel 












140 






50 








PEACH 


— One Year 


















Per 10 Per 100 


Per 1000 


4% ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up 








«j>j. au 


$16 00 


$ 


4 " " " 9/16 to 11/16 in. 








i. OU 


15 


00 


130 00 


3 " " " 7/16 to 9/16 in. 








1 AC\ 


12 00 


100 00 


2 " " " 5/16 to 7/16 in. 








yo 


8 


00 


70 00 


2 to 3 ft., under 5/16 in 










DO 


5 


60 


50 00 


18 to 24 in . 












OU 


4 


50 


40 00 




11/16 up 


9/16-11/16 


7/16-9/16 


5/16-7/16 


2/3 




18/24 


Belle of Georgia 


50 




150 


80 


190 


100 








Carman 


100 




80 


180 


70 


40 








Champion 






150 


120 


760 


340 








Crawford Early _ 






200 


110 


220 


210 








Crawford Late . . 






200 


120 


310 










Crosby 






140 


40 


40 










Early Elberta 


20 




200 


340 


1180 


220 








Early Rose 


20 




70 


130 


120 


70 








Elberta 


590 




157C 


1870 


560 


200 






80 


Eubank 






20 


60 


40 










Golden Jubilee 


180 




280 


1940 


1750 


450 








Hale Haven 


190 




300 


250 


1100 


120 








Heath Cling 


20 




90 


100 












Indian Cling 










90 










J. H. Hale 


50 




500 


320 


600 


1200 






350 


Mayflower 






20 


210 


510 


90 








Red Bird Cling 


20 - 




60 


250 


360 










Rochester 






260 


460 


890 


200 








Salberta 


20 




90 


210 


130 


80 








South Haven 






260 


990 


1510 


820 








Veteran 






20 


100 


80 


50 






10 


Wilma 






20 


100 


50 


20 










PEACH — SPECIAL VARIETIES 






















Per 10 Per 100 


Per 1000 


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










$1 80 


$15 


00 


$ 


3 ' : " " 7/16 to 9/16 in 










1 40 


12 


00 




2 " " " 5/16 to 7/16 in 










1 00 


9 


00 




2 to 3 ft., under 5/16 in. 










80 


7 


00 




18 to 24 in 












60 


5 


00 








9/16-11/16 


7/16-9/16 


5/16-7/16 


2/3 




18/24 


Cumberland 






40 


80 


50 


25 








Eclipse 






30 


160 


80 


40 








Marigold 






70 


180 


160 


60 






40 


Marquette 








100 


100 










Mikado - 






100 


240 


170 


70 








Oriole 






20 


50 


30 










Polly 










800 


270 








Sunbeam 










20 










Valiant 






80 


200 


340 


90 








Vedette 






20 


50 


50 


30 









8 



BULLETIN NO. 1, FEBRUARY 12, 1940 



9/16-11/16 7/16-9/16 



APRICOT — One Year 
(On Peach Root) 

Per 10 

4 ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up $4 00 

3% " " " 9/16 to 11/16 in 2 90 

3 " " " 7/16 to 9/16 in 2 10 

2 " " " 5/16 to 7/16 in 1 40 

2 to 3 ft i 95 

11/16 up 

Alexander '_ . _ . _ 

Alexis 

Chinese 

Early Golden 

J. L. Budd 

Montgamet 

Moorpark 

Royal . ' 

Supez*b 

Tilton 

Wenatchee Moorpark 

Wilson 



Per 100 
$35 00 
25 00 
18 00 
12 00 
8 00 
5/16-7/16 



30 



10 
120 



115 



Per 1000 

$ 



2/3 





50 




50 




50 


165 


80 




60 


300 


120 




40 


180 






20 


110 


20 


50 


10 


90 




190 








20 




170 


100 


60 






60 


10 


60 


100 


60 


60 


20 


30 


100 



PLUM — One Year 

AMERICAN and HARDY 



4% ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up_ 

4 " " " 9/16 to 11/16 in. 
3 " " " 7/16 to 9/16 in._ 
2 " " " 5/16 to 7/16 in._ 

5 " " " 1 in. and up 



HYBRIDS 

Per 10 

$2 40 

2 10 

1 70 

1 40 

2 90 



Per 100 
$21 00 
18 00 
14 00 
12 00 
25 00 



Per 1000 
$180 00 
150 00 
120 00 
100 00 



1" up 11/16-1" 9/16-11/16 7/16-9/16 5/16-7/16 



America 

Burwood 

^Compass 

Elliott 

Ember 

Endicott 

Fiebing Prize 

Gold 

Golden Rod 

Hanska 

Kaga 

Kahinta 

La Crescent 

Loring Prize 

*Minnesota No. 195. 

Monitor 

Nicolett 

Oka 

Omaha 

' Opata 

Radisson 

Red Wing 



20 



St. Anthony 



Sapa 

Stella 

Superior (Minnesota No. 194) 

Surprise 

Terry 

Toka 

Tonka 

Underwood 

Waneta 

Wild Goose 

Winona 

Wyant - 



80 
20 



20 


40 


20 


30 






200 


120 


160 


180 


150 






40 


160 


50 




50 






50 


30 


30 


10 




140 


110 


30 


30 


100 


70 


80 


10 


90 


250 


100 


50 


620 


960 


240 




70 


330 


180 


200 


350 


750 


10 


60 


320 


50 


90 


30 


20 


220 


70 




20 


80 


60 


60 


360 


680 


100 


70 


150 






100 


80 


50 




60 


280 


760 


270 


230 


350 








10 


380 


380 




10 


160 


50 


" 70 


80 


30 




400 


810 


100 


110 




40 


180 


40 




250 


70 


170 




40 


170 


70 




20 


270 


310 


"40 


110 


120 


40 




40 


220 


40 


180 


480 


120 




110 


380 


1000 




90 


30 


10 






20 


130 


40 






20 


70 



♦Starred Varieties (*) are five cents higher on each grade. 



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PLUM— Two Year 

EUROPEAN and JAPANESE 
(On Myrobolan) 



4% ft. and up, 11/16 in. and up 



4 " " " 9/16 to 11/16 in. 

3 " " " 7/16 to 9/16 in 

2 " " " 5/16 to 7/16 in 

5 " " " 1 in. and up 

1" up 

Abundance 

Blue Damson 

Bradshaw 

Burhank 

Fellenburg 

German Prune 

♦Green Gage 30 

Imperial Gage 

Italian Prune 

Lombard 30 

Monarch 20 

Red June 

*Reine Claude 

Satsuma 

Shipper's Pride 30 

Shropshire Damson 

Wickson 

♦Yellow Egg 

♦Starred varieties (*) are five cents hi 



11/16-1' 



Per 10 

$3 80 

3 20 

. 2 60 

2 25 

4 00 

9/16-11/16 7/16-9/16 



Per 100 
$33 CO 
28 00 
22 50 
19 00 
35 00 

5/16-7/16 



Per 1000 
$300 00 
250 00 
200 00 
160 00 



100 


50 


100 




100 








750 


30 






150 


90 


190 


100 




70 


40 




910 


120 




10 


320 


10 


10 




430 


120 


20 


10 


270 


100 






480 


530 


80 


30 


370 


30 


20 








50 


170 


290 


90 


10 


10 




10 


30 


20 


360 




10 




160 


50 






50 


120 


70 




170 


40 







gher on each grade, except in an assortment. 



NECTARINES 



ft. 



and up, 7/16 to 9/16 in. 
" " 5/16 to 7/16 in. 



Hunter . . . 
New White 
Red Roman 
Sure Crop . 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

$2 50 $22 00 $ 

1 90 16 00 

7/16-9/16 5/16-7/16 

30 20 

60 70 

__. 90 

30 20 



QUINCE — Two Year 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

5/8 in and up $4 00 $35 00 $ 

1/2 to 5/8 in 2 90 25 00 

5/8 up 1/2-5/8 

Champion 200 30 

Orange 50 



CURRANTS 

Tied, No. 1, 25; No. 2, 50 per Bundle 

Per 100 

1200 Cherry, dark red, 2 yr. No. 1 $ 5 60 

900 " " " 2 yr. No. 2 4 00 

150 Diploma, light red, 2 yr. No. 1 7 00 

50 " " " 2 yr. No. 2 4 50 

1000 Fay's Prolific, dark red, 2 yr. No. 1 5 60 

300 " " " " 2 yr. No. 2 4 00 

1250 Perfection, bright red, 2 yr. No. 1 . 7 00 

900 " " " 2 yr. No. 2 4 50 

200 Red Cross, bright red, 2 yr. No. 1 5 00 

100 " " " " 2 yr. No. 2 3 50 

500 Red Lake, light red, 2 yr. No. 1 12 00 

500 " " " " 2 yr. No. 2 8 00 

200 White Grape, white, 2 yr. No. 1 7 00 

100 " " " 2 yr. No. 2 4 50 

500 Wilder, dark red, 2 yr. No. 1 5 00 

350 " " " 2 yr. No. 2 3 50 



Per 1000 
$ 50 00 
35 00 
60 00 
40 00 
50 00 
35 00 
60 00 
40 00 
45 00 
30 00 



60 00 
40 00 
45 00 
30 00 



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GRAPE VINES 

Tied, 2 yr. 50; No. 2, 100 per Bundle 



Per 100 Per 1000 

400 Agawam, red, 2 yr. No. 1 $ 5 60 $ 50 00 

1150 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 4 00 35 00 

650 Beta, black, 2 yr. No. 1 5 60 50 00 

1350 " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 4 00 35 00 

300 Brighton, red, 2 yr. No. 1 6 50 55 00 

300 " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 4 50 40 00 

450 Caco, red, 2 yr, No. 1 10 50 90 00 

700 " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 7 50 65 00 

250 Campbell's Early, black, 2 yr. No. 1 5 60 50 00 

600 " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 4 00 35 00 

200 Catawba, red 2 yr. No. 1 5 60 50 00 

200 " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1___ 4 00 35 00 

10000 Concord, black, 2 yr. No. 1 4 00 35 00 

16000 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 2 60 22 00 

1500 " " 1 yr. No. 2 1 70 14 00 

400 Delaware, red, 2 yr. No. 1 6 50 55 00 

450 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 4 50 40 00 

350 Diamond, white, 2 yr. No. 1 5 60 50 00 

100 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 4 00 35 00 

1000 Fredonia, black, 2 yr. No. 1 7 00 60 00 

850 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 5 00 45 00 

1950 Moore's Early, black, 2 yr. No. 1 6 50 55 00 

1500 " " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 4 50 40 00 

1500 Niagara, white, 2 yr. No. 1 5 60 50 00 

2000 " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 4 00 35 00 

150 Portland, white, 2 yr. No. 1 7 00 60 00 

500 " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 5 00 45 00 

450 Worden, black ,2 yr. No. 1 5 60 50 00 

300 " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 4 00 35 00 

GOOSEBERRIES 

Tied 25 per Bundle Per 100 Per 1000 

800 Carrie, red, 2 yr. No. 1 $ 8 00 $ 

300 " " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 6 00 

900 Champion, 2 yr. No. 1 8 00 70 00 

900 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 6 50 55 00 

1100 Downing, 2 yr. No. 1 10 00 

1100 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 8 00 

300 Glendale, 2 yr. No. 1 7 50 65 00 

200 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr No. 1 5 60 50 00 

1200 Houghton, 2 yr. No. 1 7 00 60 00 

200 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 5 00 45 00 

500 Josselyn, 2 yr. No. 1 9 00 

300 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 7 00^ 

350 Poorman, 2 yr. No. 1 10 00 

100 " 2 yr. No. 2 or 1 yr. No. 1 8 00 

BLACKBERRIES 

Tied 25 per Bundle Per 1C0 Per 1000 

1000 Alfred, No. 1 $ 1 90 $ 16 00 

1200 Ancient Britton, No. 1 2 10 18 00 

1500 Blowers, No. 1 2 10 13 00 

6500 Early Harvest, No. 1 1 90 16 00 

4000 " " No. 2 1 20 10 00 

5500 Eldorado, No. 1 1 90 16 00 

2500 Erie, No. 1 1 70 14 00 

1000 " No. 2 , 1 20 10 00 

1750 McDonald, No. 1 1 70 14 00 

500 " No. 2 1 20 10 00 

1000 Mersereau, No. 1 2 10 18 00 

2200 Snyder, No. 1 1 90 16 00 



SCIONS 



We have the following list of surplus scions all cut from our regular orchard and 
graded 12 in. and up. They are free from pests and disease. 

APPLE SCIONS 
Price 35c per 100; $3.00 per 1000 ( 250 at 1000 rates) 



340 


Anisim 


14500 


Jonathan 


4250 


Red Astrachan 


4250 


Arkansas Black 


1500 


King David 


1100 


Red June 


3150 


Autumn Strawberry 


825 


Kendall 


3200 


Roman Stem 


2150 


Baldwin 


2850 


Liveland 


4500 


Rome Beauty 


1850 


Ben Davis 


140 


Lowry 


2000 


Salome 


970 


Benoni 


130 


L. R. Romanite 


300 


Scott's Winter 


3650 


Black Ben Davis 


4600 


Maiden Blush 


450 


Stark 


330 


Canada Red 


2650 


Malinda 


2100 


Stayman 


150 


C. E. White 


2250 


Martha 


630 


Sweet Bough 


150 


Champion 


900 


M. B. Twig 


500 


Sweet Delicious 


800 


Chenango 


13500 


Mcintosh 


670 


Sweet June 


800 


Cortland 


400 


Milwaukee 


1250 


Tetofsky 


7300 


Delicious 


540 


Minkler 


2300 


Tolman Sweet 


7000 


Duchess 


230 


Minnesota 


1000 


Twenty Oz. Pippin 


1850 


Dudley 


500 


Missouri Pippin 


150 


Utter's Red 


2000 


Early Harvest 


1400 


Northern Spy 


3000 


Virginia 


550 


Early Mclntosb 


1650 


N. W. Greening 


1200 


Wagener 


650 


E. G. Russett 


950 


Okabena 


5000 


Whitney 


1800 


Erickson 


620 


Ontario 


1650 


Willow Twig 


1150 


Fall Pippin 


600 


Paragon 


140 


Wilson's Red June 


1 1 %.f\ 

110U 


Fameuse 


yuu 


Patten's Greening 


o i ou 


Winesap 


1100 


Florence 


430 


Peerless 


1900 


Wolf River 


500 


Gallia Beauty 


490 


Perkins 


2500 


W. S. Paradise 


1350 


Gano 


240 


Peter 


260 


Yellow Belle 


8750 


Grimes Golden 


440 


Fewaukee 


500 


Yellow Delicious 


3750 


Haralson 


1250 


Price's Sweet 


2250 


Yellow Siberian 


950 


Hyslop 


160 


Rambo 


1200 


Yellow Transparent 


600 


Iowa Blush 


210 


Ramsdell Sweet 


3800 


York Imperial 



1460 
2100 
800 
400 
300 



Anjou 
Bartlett 

Clapps Favorite 
Douglas 

Flemish Beauty 



PEAR SCIONS 

Price 450 per 100; $4.00 per 1000 (250 at 1000 rates) 

Garber 390 Mendel 

Howell 500 

Kieffer 900 

Lawrence 1000 

Lincoln 170 



3800 
700 
10660 
150 
100 



Minnesota 
Patten 
Seckel 
Vermont 



Beauty 



FLOWERING CRAB SCIONS 





Price 70c per 100; 


$6.00 per 1000 (250 at 1000 rates) 


110 


Eleyi 


250 


Ornamental 


150 Thiefera 


120 


Niedzwedzkyana 


115 


Purple 








PLUM SCIONS 






Price 50c 


per 100; 


$4.00 per 1000 ( 250 at 


1000 rates) 


90 


Alexander 


400 


Loring Prize 


1200 Sapa 


110 


Bradshaw 


640 


Monitor 


130 Stella 


120 


Burwood 


210 


Nicolett 


350 Underwood 


100 


Cherisota 


1250 


Omaha 


1750 Waneta 


120 Fiebing Prize 


320 


Opata 


150 Weaver 


220 


Golden Rod 


1400 


Prunus Newport 


90 Wild Goose 


130 


Hanska 


70 


Triloba 


380 Winona 


1580 


Kahinta 


160 


St. Anthony 


190 Zumbra 


350 


Lombard 









900 
250 



APRICOT SCIONS 
Price 500 per 100 
120 J. L. Budd 50 Superb 

CHERRY SCIONS 
Price 50<* per 100; $4.00 per 1000 (250 at 1000 rates) 
Early Richmond 950 Montmorency 250 Wragg 

English Morello 370 Ostheim 

SHADE TREE SCIONS 
Price 60^ per 100; $5.00 per 1000 (250 at 1000 rates) 
1500 Moline Elm 1800 Vase Elm. 



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RASPBERRIES 



Tied 25 per Bundle 

Per 100 Per 1000 

3000 Chief, red, No. 1, Suckers $ 1 90 $ 16 00 

1100 Columbian, purplish-red, Tips 2 10 18 00 

550 " " " Transplants 3 50 30 00 

12000 Cumberland, black, Tips 1 90 16 00 

7500 " " Transplants 3 20 28 00 

700 Cuthbert, crimson, Suckers 2 10 18 00 

2000 Indian Summer, Red, 1 yr. No. 1, Suckers 2 60 22 00 

6000 Latham, red, No. 1 1 90 16 00 

4800 Newburg, red, Suckers 1 90 16 00 

1000 New Logan, black, Tips 2 10 18 00 

4900 Sodus, purple, 1 yr. No. 1, Tips 2 10 18 00 

2300 St, Regis, red, No. 1, Suckers 1 90 16 00 

2000 Taylor, red, 1 yr. No. 1 2 10 18 00 

STRAWBERRIES 

Per 100 Per 1000 Per 100 Per 1000 

Aroma $ 35 $ 3 00 Dorsett $ 40 $ 3 50 

Beaver 40 3 50 Fairfax 40 3 50 

Blakemore 35 3 00 Premier 45 4 00 

Catskill 45 4 00 Sen. Dunlap 35 3 00 

Gem, EVERBEARING 70 6 00 

Mastodon, EVERBEARING 80 7 00 

Wayzata, EVERBEARING 2 40 20 00 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Per 100 Per 1000 

Asparagus, Conover's, Washington, Palmetto, 

20000 2 yr. No. 1 $ 90 $ 8 00 

30000 1 yr. No. 1 60 5 00 

17000 Boysenberry, Tips 4 00 35 00 

3000 Dewberry, Lucretia, R. C. Plants, No. 1 2 10 18 00 

2000 " " Tip plants, No. 1 1 70 14 00 

3000 Horse Radish, Crowns 3 50 30 00 

10000 " " Cuttings 1 20 10 00 

250 Rhubarb, Victoria, Whole Roots, 2 yr., 2 in. and up 4 50 40 00 

4000 " " " " " 1 to 1% in 2 80 24 00 

15000 " " " " 1 yr., 5/8 to 1 in 2 10 18 00 

12000 " " 1/2 to 5/8 in 1 70 14 00 

35000 " " " " " 3/8 to 1/2 in 1 20 10 00 

10000 " " » " " under 3/8 in 70 6 00 

500 " McDonald 18 00 

300 » Ruby 20 00 

3000 Youngberry, Tip Plants, No. 1 2 10 18 00 

400 " Transplants 4 00 35 00 

FRUIT TREE SEEDLINGS 

APPLE SEEDLINGS, Kansas grown Per 100 Per 10C0 

9000 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in., branched $ 70 $ 6 00 

APPLE SEEDLINGS, Washington grown 

30000 1/4 in. and up, branched 1 90 16 00 

60000 No. 1, 3/16 in and up, branched 1 70 14 00 

30000 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up, straight 1 40 12 00 

35000 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in., straight 90 8 00 

40000 No. 3, about 2/16 in. 45 4 00 

CHERRY MAHALEB. Portland and Washington grown 

25000 1/4 in and up 1 70 14 00 

30000 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up 1 40 12 00 

15000 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in 1 00 9 00 

10000 No. 3, about 2/16 in 70 6 00 



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FRUIT TREE SEEDLINGS— (Continued) 



CHERRY MAZZARD, Portland grown Per 100 Per 1000 

22000 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up $ 1 40 $ 12 00 

PEACH SEEDLINGS, Shenandoah grown 

7000 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up 1 40 12 00 

2500 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in 1 00 9 00 

PEAR SEEDLINGS, Bartlett or French, Washington grown 

20000 1/4 in. and up, branched 1 90 16 00 

40000 No. 1, 3/16 in and up, branched 1 70 14 00 

8000 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up, straight 1 40 12 00 

35000 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in., branched--.: 1 20 10 00 

5000 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in., straight 90 8 00 

20000 No. 3, about 2/16 in., branched 60 5 00 

PEAR SEEDLINGS, Serotina, Washington and Kansas grown 

10000 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in., straight _\ 1 00 9 00 

PEAR SEEDLINGS, Ussuriensis, Washington grown 

5000 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up, branched 1 90 16 00 

2000 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up, straight 1 70 14 00 

PLUM MYROBOLAN, Washington grown 

10000 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up 1 70 14 00 

5000 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in 1 20 10 00 

20000 No. 3, about 2/16 in 80 7 00 

PLUM NATrVTE, Shenandoah grown 

3000 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up 2 10 18 00 

3000 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in 1 70 14 00 

3000 No. 3, about 2/16 in 1 20 10 00 

QUINCE ROOTED CUTTINGS, Portland grown 

12000 No. if 3/16 in. and up 2 60 22 00 

ROSE STOCKS 

MULTPFLORA JAPONICA (Seedlings) Per 100 Per 1000 

1900 No. 1, 3/16 in. and up $ 1 70 $ 14 00 

6000 No. 2, 2/16 to 3/16 in 1 20 10 00 

7400 No. 3, about 2/16 in 80 7 00 

FOREST TREE SEEDLINGS 

Sizes up to 2/3' are tied 100 per bundle; 2/3 ft. 50; 3/4 ft. and up 25. 

ASH, Green (Fraxinus Lanceloata) Per 100 Per 1000 

5400 6 to 12 in $ 30 $ 2 50 

21000 12 to 18 in 60 5 00 

10000 18 tc 24 in 80 7 00 

5000 2 to 3 ft 1 0C 9 00 

2900 3 to 4 ft 1 50 12 50 

BUCKTHORN (Rhamnus) 

2400 6 to 12 in 80 7 00 

5000 12 to 18 in ! 1 20 10 00 

14500 18 to 24 in 1 80 15 00 

12500 2 to 3 ft 2 50 22 00 

4000 3 to 4 ft 4 00 35 00 

CARAGANA, Arborescens (Siberian Pea Tree) 

10000 6 to 12 in 70 6 00 

18000 12 to 18 in 90 8 00 

16000 18 to 24 in 1 40 12 00 

7000 2 to 3 ft 1 90 16 00 

1500 3 to 4 ft 2 90 25 00 



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FOREST TREE SEEDLINGS— (Continued) 



CATALPA (Western) Per 100 

16500 6 to 12 in $ 30 

21000 12 to 18 in 45 

19000 18 to 24 in 70 

2600 2 to 3 ft 95 



ELM, American (Ulmus Americana) 



7500 6 to 12 in 35 

4000 12 to 18 in 60 

7000 18 to 24 in 90 

5000 2 to 3 ft 1 20 

6500 3 to 4 ft 1 80 

3000 4 to 5 ft 2 40 

400 5 to 6 ft 2 90 



ELM, Chinese (Ulmus Pumila) 



17500 6 to 12 in L 35 

30900 12 to 18 in 60 

10000 18 to 24 in 90 

30200 2 to 3 ft. 1 20 

12000 3 to 4 ft 1 80 

18000 4 to 5 ft 2 90 

3400 5 to 6 ft 5 00 

HACKBERRY (Celtis Occidentalis) 

6500 6 to 12 in. 80 

5000 12 to 18 in 1 40 

2400 18 to 24 in 1 90 

2000 2 to 3 ft. , 2 90 

3400 3 to 4 ft. 4 00 

400 4 to 5 ft. 5 60 

HONEY LOCUST (Gleditsia Triacanthos) 

2000 12 to 18 in 80 

2500 18 to 24 in 1 00 

2000 2 to 3 ft 1 40 

2500 3 to 4 ft 1 90 

450 4 to 5 ft 2 90 

HONEY LOCUST , Thornless (Gleditsia Triacanthos Inermis) 

575 6 to 12 in 60 

1500 12 to 18 in 90 

2500 18 to 24 in 1 40 

4000 2 to 3 ft 1 90 

3000 3 to 4 ft 2 40 

500 4 to 5 ft 3 50 

LOCUST, Black (Robinia Pseudoacacia) 

4500 12 to 18 in 60 

4500 18 to 24 in 90 

4500 2 to 3 ft 1 20 

MAPLE, Silver (Acer Dasycarpum) 

5000 6 to 12 in 35 

2500 12 to 18 in 70 

3500 18 to 24 in. 1 00 

1500 2 to 3 ft 1 40 

1000 3 to 4 ft 2 10 

500 4 to 5 ft 2 90 



Per 1000 

$ 2 50 
4 00 
6 00 

8 50 



3 00 
5 00 
8 00 
10 00 
15 00 
20 00 
25 00 



3 00 
5 00 
8 00 
10 00 
15 00 
25 00 
45 00 



7 00 
12 00 
16 00 
25 00 
35 00 
50 00 



7 00 
9 00 
12 00 
16 00 
25 00 



5 00 
8 00 
12 00 
16 00 
20 00 
30 00 



5 00 
8 00 
10 00 



3 00 
6 00 
9 00 
12 00 
18 00 
25 00 



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BULLETIN NO. 1, FEBRUARY 12, 1940 



FOREST TREE SEEDLINGS— (Continued) 



MULBERRY, Russian (Morus Tatarica) Per 100 Per 1000 

5500 12 to 18 in $ 70 $ 6 00 

5000 18 to 24 in 1 00 9 00 

3000 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 

OLIVE, Russian (Elaeagnus Angus tifolia) 

1500 6 to 12 in 80 7 00 

4500 12 to 18 in. 1 20 10 00 

4000 18 to 24 in 1 90 16 00 

4000 2 to 3 ft 2 60 22 00 

1500 3 to 4 ft 3 20 28 00 

1500 4 to 5 ft 4 50 40 00 

650 5 to 6 ft 6 00 55 00 

OSAGE ORANGE (Maclura Pomifera) 

4000 6 to 12 in 30 2 50 

10000 12 to 18 in 45 4 00 

8500 18 to 24 in 70 6 00 

4500 2 to 3 ft 90 8 00 

500 3 to 4 ft 1 40 12 00 

WALNUT BLACK (Juglans Nigra) 

300 6 to 12 in 1 20 10 00 

2000 12 to 18 in 1 80 15 00 

2000 18 to 24 in 2 40 20 00 

1500 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

2000 3 to 4 ft 3 50 30 00 

1000 4 to 5 ft 4 50 40 00 

500 5 to 6 ft 6 50 60 00 



ONE YEAR FROM CUTTINGS 

POPLAR (Populus) 
Carolina and Norway 

650 18 to 24 in. whips 

1500 2 to 3 ft. " 

2000 3 to 4 ft. 

1500 4 to 5 ft. " lightly branched 

500 5 to 6 ft. 

Lombardy and Volga 



400 18 to 24 in. Whips 2 40 20 00 

650 2 to 3 ft. " . 3 20 28 00 

2000 3 to 4 ft. " _ . . 5 00 45 00 

1000 4 to 5 ft. " lightly branched . . 7 00 60 00 

200 5 to 6 ft. " " " 9 00 80 00 

WILLOW (Salix) 
Golden 

1300 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

2500 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

1000 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

* 100 3 to 4 ft 2 50 

Laurel Leaf 

100 12 to 18 in 1 40 

500 18 to 24 in . _ . 2 10 18 00 

1500 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

150 3 to 4 ft 3 50 



Per 100 


Per 1000 


$ 1 80 


$ 15 00 


2 40 


20 00 


3 50 


30 00 


4 50 


40 00 


5 60 


50 00 



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ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES 

Our Ornamental and Shade trees are iirst-class, well shaped nursery grown trees; 
transplanted, and properly spaced to allow ample limb spread. 
All calipers are taken 6 inches above the collar. 



BALLING and BURLAPP1NG EXTRA 

Each Each 

5/6 ft. $ 60 2% in. caliper ... $ 3 00 

6/8 ft. 80 3 in. " 3 75 

8/10 ft. 1 35 3% in. " 4 50 

1% in. caliper 1 60 4/5 in. " 7 00 

1% in. " 2 25 5/6 in. " 10 00 

2 in. " 2 60 

For complete descriptions see FALL WHOLESALE TRADE LIST of Sept. 20th, 1939 
ATLANTHUS, glandulosa (Tree of Heaven) Thrives in smoky cities. 

Per 10 Per 100 

30 5 to 6 ft $ 4 00 $ 35 00 

50 6 to 8 ft 6 50 55 00 

30 8 to 10 ft 9 00 

20 1% to 2 in 11 50 

20 2 to 2% in 14 00 

ASH, green (Fraxinus lanceolata) Drought resistant; hardy. 

110 4 to 5 ft 2 40 20 00 

120 5 to 6 ft 2 90 25 00 

460 6 to 8 ft 4 50 40 00 

30 8 to 10 ft 7 00 65 00 

BIRCH (Be tula) 

Oanoe (Papyrifera) A stout, sturdy tree with white trunk. 

10 4 to 5 ft 5 00 

20 5 to 6 ft 7 50 

Cut Leaf Weeping (Alba laciniata) A specimen lawn tree. 

380 4 to 5 ft. (Root wrapped in moss and burlap) 8 00 75 00 

330 5 to 6 ft. " " " " " " 12 00 110 00 

390 6 to 8 ft. " " " " " " 15 50 140 00 

100 8 to 10 ft. " " " " " " 22 00 200 00 

European White (Alba) White barked, medium sized trees. 

190 4 to 5 ft 4 00 35 00 

240 5 to 6 ft 5 50 50 00 

50 6 to 8 ft '8 00 75 00 

BOX ELDER (Acer negundo) Ash-leaved Maple. 

10 5 to 6 ft 3 50 

40 6 to 8 ft 5 00 

70 8 to 10 ft 7 00 

BUTTERNUT (Juglans cinera) The White Walnut. 

40 5 to 6 ft 4 50 

70 6 to 8 ft 6 50 

10 8 to 10 ft 9 00 

CATALPA 

Bungei (Manchurian) A dwarf, globe-shaped tree. 

30 1 year heads, 4 ft. stems . _ . 5 00 45 00 

240 1 year heads, 5 ft. stems - 7 00 60 00 

200 2 year heads, 4 ft. stems 7 00 60 00 

1200 2 year heads, 5 ft. stems 9 00 80 00 

50 2 year heads, 6 ft. stems 1 11 00 100 00 

Speciosa (Western catalpa) Grows rapidly and resists drought. 

40 5 to 6 ft. branched 1 80 15 00 

30 6 to 8 ft. " 2 90 25 00 

60 8 to 10 ft. " 4 00 35 00 

120 1% to 2 in. " 5 00 45 00 

10 2 to 2% in. " 6 50 60 00 



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BULLETIN NO. 1, FEBRUARY 12, 1940 



ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES— (Continued) 



CHERRY, Japan Flowering (Primus) Per 10 Per 100 

2 to 3 ft $ 5 00 $ 45 00 

3 to 4 ft 6 50 60 00 

4 to 5 ft 8 50 80 00 

4/5 3/4 2/3 

Asahi Botan, rosy pink flowers semi-double fragrant 5 20 30 

James Veitch (Fugenza) large double, pink flowers; late 5 5 

Kofugen, double red flowers fading to old rose 30 30 

Kwanzan, produces a multitude of double, deep pink flowers.- 50 80 90 

Mount Fuji, semi-double, blush white flowers; yellow anthers. _ 20 15 

Naden, very double deep pink flowers 20 20 

Ojochin, semi-double, pale pink. One of the best 5 20 

Shirofugen, double, pink bud, white flowers; latest to bloom. _ 20 20 

Shogestau, large double pink 20 20 5 

Sieboldi, semi-double, white tinged with red 10 10 5 

Yoshino, single blush-pink maturing to white 20 20 

CRAB, Flowering (Malus) Per 10 Per 100 

18 to 24 in $ 2 90 $ 25 00 

2 to 3 ft 4 00 35 00 

3 to 4 ft 6 00 55 00 

4 to 5 ft 11 00 100 00 

5 to 6 ft 15 00 

6 to 8 ft 17 50 

6/8 5/6 4/5 3/4 2/3 18/24 

Bechtel, the genuine double flowered Crab; 

pink 60 230 310 

Parkmanni, dwarf; semi-dcuble flowers of 

deep rose 15 15 

Sargenti, dwarf, spreading variety. Straw 

colored flowers 45 60 

Theif era, an artistic Crab ; irregular 

branches, pink flowers 45 80 80 

I CRAB, Flowering (Malus) Per 10 Per 100 

2 to 3 ft $ 2 40 $ 20 00 

3 to 4 ft 3 50 30 00 

4 to 5 ft 4 50 40 00 

5 to 6 ft 6 00 55 00 

6 to 7 ft 8 00 75 00 

6/7 5/6 4/5 3/4 2/3 

Arnoldiana, early, pink flowers; yellow fruit 30 10 

Atrosanguinea, single carmine: purplish-bronze 

foliage 15 30 20 10 

Baccata, large pure white: scarlet fruit . 160 10 5 

Coronaria, showy pink flowers resembling wild 

roses 80 70 

*Eleyi, reddish foliage in spring. Dark pink single 

flowers 110 100 5 

Floribunda, blush flowers followed by vellowish 

fruit 15 10 30 15 

*Hopa, one of the most desirable varieties; becomes 
literally covered with large, rose colored 

flowers 220 280 520 180 60 

Ioensis, a hardy, native tree; single pink flowers ._ 90 115 55 15 

Micromalus, very dwarf; upright growth, showy 

pink flowers 5 25 10 

Niedzwetzkyana, purplish foliage and bark; deep 

pink flowers 10 35 20 45 

Red Silver, cut-leaved, maroon red and silver foliage 130 25 5 

.-Schedeckeri, extremely free-flowering; double pink 20 70 30 15 

Spectabilis, pretty rose-colored flowers; yellow 

fruit 25 30 10 

^Starred varieties 5c less on each grade. 



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ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES — ( Continued ) 



EIM (Ulmus) 

American White (Americana) Per 10 Per 100 

2000 4 to 5 ft $ 1 80 $ 15 00 

3000 5 to 6 ft 2 40 20 00 

3800 6 to 8 ft 3 50 30 00 

2250 8 to 10 ft . 5 00 45 00 

300 1% to 1% in 6 50 60 00 

190 1% to 1% in 8 00 75 00 

190 1% to 2 in 10 00 90 00 

470 2 to 2% in 12 00 110 00 

290 2% to 3 in 16 50 150 00 

310 3 to 3% in 22 00 200 00 

190 3% to 4 in 33 00 300 00 

120 4 to 5 in 40 00 



Chinese (Pumila) The drought resistant, hardy type. 



930 4 to 5 ft 1 40 12 00 

2360 5 to 6 ft ($200.00 Per M) 2 60 22 50 

3200 6 to 8 ft ($350.00 " ") 4 40 38 50 

350 8 to 10 ft 6 00 55 00 

380 1% to 1% in 8 00 75 00 



Moline. Narrow pyramidal; rapid growth. 

410 5 to 6 ft. . _ 4 00 35 00 

930 6 to 8 ft 5 00 45 00 

500 8 to 10 ft 7 50 70 00 

50 1% to 1% in 14 00 125 00 

60 1% to 2 in 17 50 160 00 



Special. Selected Types of American Elm. 

70 5 to 6 ft 3 50 30 00 

70 6 to 8 ft 4 50 40 00 

10 8 to 10 ft 6 00 

Vase. A splendid uniform, broad-topped tree. 



140 


5 to 6 ft 


4 


00 


35 00 


360 


6 to 8 ft 


5 


00 


45 00 


300 


8 to 10 ft 


7 


50 


70 00 


10 




22 


50 





HACKBERRY (Celtis occidentalis) Disease and drought resistant; hardy 

450 4 to 5 ft 

630 5 to 6 ft 

450 6 to 8 ft 

220 8 to 10 ft 

20 1% to 2 in 

10 2 to 2% in 



3 


50 


30 00 


5 


00 


45 00 


7 


00 


65 00 


11 


00 


100 00 


16 


00 




20 


00 





HONEYLiOCUST (Gleditsia) 

Common (Triacanthos) Fern-like leaves; fragrant white flowers. 

50 4 to 5 ft 

30 5 to 6 ft 

60 6 to 8 ft 

40 8 to 10 ft 

20 2 to 2% in 

10 2% to 3 in 

20 3 to 3% in 

10 3% to 4 in 

Thornless (Triacanthos inermis) 

70 4 to 5 ft 3 50 

40 5 to 6 ft 5 00 

30 6 to 8 ft 7 00 

60 8 to 10 ft 10 00 

10 iy 2 to 2 in 16 00 



2 


90 


25 00 


4 


50 


40 00 


5 


50 


50 00 


8 


00 


75 00 


19 


00 




22 


50 




27 


50 




35 


00 





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ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES — (Continued) 

LINDEN, American (Tilia americana) Broad, uniform tree. Per 10 Per 100 

1080 5 to 6 ft * $ 5 00 $ 45 00 

450 6 to 8 ft 6 50 60 00 

30 8 to 10 ft, 8 50 80 00 

10 1% to 2 in 12 50 

40 2 to 2V 2 in 15 00 

60 2% to 3 in 17 50 

80 3 to 3% in 22 50 

50 3y 2 to 4 in 27 50 

20 4 to 5 in 40 00 

LOCUST (Robinia) 
Black (Pseudoacacia) Straight, fast-growing native tree. 

100 4 to 5 ft 1 80 15 00 

100 5 to 6 ft 2 40 20 00 

130 6 to 8 ft 3 50 30 00 

Globe-Headed (Pseudoacacia umbraculifera) 

90 1 year heads, 6 ft. stems 12 50 

MAPLE (Acer) 
Ginnala (Amur) A graceful small tree or large shrub. 

110 2 to 3 ft 2 40 20 00 

140 3 to 4 ft 3 50 30 00 

20 4 to 5 ft 4 50 

50 5 to 6 ft 7 00 

20 6 to 8 ft 10 00 

. 10 8 to 10 ft 12 50 

Golden (Auratum) Yellowish-green foliage, orange-yellow bark. 

300 5 to 6 ft 3 50 30 00 

40 6 to 8 ft 4 50 40 00 

70 8 to 10 ft 7 00 65 00 

30 1% to 1% in 8 50 80 00 

130 iy 2 to 2 in 12 50 115 00 

10 2 to 2 % in 16 50 

Norway (Platanoides) Round headed Hard Maple. 

50 6 to 8 ft., whips 6 50 60 00 

420 6 to 8 ft. branched 10 50 95 00 

180 8 to 10 ft. " - 15 00 135 00 

60 VA to 1V 2 in. " 17 50 160 00 

40 1% to 1 3/4 in. " 19 00 175 00 

20 1 3/4 to 2 in. " 20 00 

250 2 to 2% in. " 27 50 250 00 

340 2 V 2 to 3 in. " 30 00 275 00 

200 3 to 3% in. " 33 00 300 00 

60 3 V 3 to 4 in. " 38 50 350 00 

40 4 to 5 in. " 45 00 

Pyramidalis (Pyramidal) Uniform, columnar type of Silver Maple. 

70 8 to 10 ft 6 50 

20 m to m in 8 00 

110 IV2 to 2 in 11 50 

40 2 to 2 % in 15 00 

40 2% to 3 in 17 50 

30 3 to 3% in 20 00 

10 3% to 4 in 25 00 

Schwedler (Schwedleri) Purple Leaf Maple. 

50 6 to 8 ft. whips 10 00 90 00 

30 6 to 8 ft. branched 15 00 

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ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES— (Continued) 



MAPLE (Acer)— (Continued) 

Silver or Soft (Dasycarpum) Rapid growth. Very hardy. Per 10 Per 100 

550 5 to 6 ft . $ 2 90 $ 25 00 

100 6 to 8 ft 4 00 35 00 

130 8 to 10 ft 6 50 60 00 

30 m to 1% in 8 00 75 00 

100 1% to 2 in 10 00 

20 2 to 2% in 13 50 

10 2% to 3 in 16 00 

20 3 to 3% in 17 50 

10 3% to 4 in 22 50 

20 4 to 5 in 27 50 

Skinner's Cut leaved Maple 

10 5 to 6 ft 4 00 

60 6 to 8 ft 6 50 60 00 

100 8 to 10 ft 8 50 80 00 

60 1% to 1% in 10 00 

270 1% to 2 in ■ 12 50 

60 2 to 2% in 15 00 

50 2 % to 3 in 17 50 

20 3 to 3% in 20 00 

Sugar or Hard (Saccharum) A most beautiful shade tree . 

50 5 to 6 ft 6 50 60 00 

130 6 to 8 ft 10 00 90 00 

100 8 to 10 ft 14 00 125 00 

40 iy 2 to 1% in 17 50 

60 1% to 2 in 22 00 200 00 

70 2 to 2% in 25 00 225 00 

80 2% to 3 in 30 00 275 00 

80 3 to 3% in 35 00 

60 3% to 4 in 45 00 

Wier (Saccharum wieri) Drooping branches, finely cut foliage. 

20 8 to 10 ft 8 00 

30 VA to 1% in 10 00 

20 1% to 2 in 12 50 

10 2 to 2% in 15 00 

20 2V 2 to 3 in 17 50 

30 3 to 3 % in 20 00 

10 3% to 4 in 25 00 

MOUNTAIN ASH, european (Sorbus aucuparia) 

420 4 to 5 ft. branched 5 00 45 00 

240 5 to 6 ft. " 6 50 60 00 

50 6 to 8 ft. " 8 00 75 00 

30 8 to 10 ft. " 11 00 

MULBERRY (Moms) 
Downing. Produces large black, sweet fruits. 

30 4 to 5 ft 2 40 20 00 

30 5 to 6 ft 3 20 28 00 

New American. A splendid variety to grow for fruit. 

30 4 to 5 ft... 2 40 20 00 

30 5 to 6 ft 3 20 28 00 

Russian (Alba Tatarica) Very hardy; native. 

140 3 to 4 ft 1 20 10 00 

100 4 to 5 ft 1 80 15 00 

250 5 to 6 ft 2 40 20 00 

710 6 to 8 ft 4 00 35 00 

40 8 to 10 ft 5 00 

Tea's Weeping (Pendula) Very graceful weeping tree. 

30 1 year heads, 5 to 6 ft 12 50 



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ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES — ( Continued ) 

OAK (Quercus) 



Pin (Palustris) Broadly pyramidal; glossy green leaves. Per 10 Per 100 

20 6 to S ft $ 12 50 $ 

30 8 to 10 ft 15 00 

50 iy 2 to 2 in 22 00 200 00 

70 2 to 2V 2 in 25 00 225 00 

130 2V 2 to 3 in 27 50 250 00 

80 3 to 3% in 30 00 275 00 

30 3% to 4 in 38 50 350 00 

70 4 to 5 in 50 00 450 00 

60 5 to 6 in 60 00 550 00 

20 6 to 8 in 65 00 

Red (Rubra) A monarch in the tree world. 

30 6 to 8 ft 15 00 

50 8 to 10 ft._ 20 00 

80 1% to 2 in 25 00 

10 2 to 2Y 2 in 27 50 

10 2% to 3 in 30 00 

20 3 to 3% in 35 00 

10 3y 2 to 4 in , 40 00 

20 4 to 5 in 45 00 

10 5 to 6 in 55 00 

PERSIMMON, ameriean (Diospyros virginiana) 

20 4 to 5 ft 2 50 

10 5 to 6 ft 3 50 

10 6 to 8 ft 4 50 

POPLAR (Populus) 
Bolleana. A favorite with landscape gardeners. 

310 5 to 6 ft 4 00 35 00 

610 6 to 8 ft 5 50 50 00 

150 8 to 10 ft 8 50 75 00 

100 1% to 1% in 10 00 90 00 

50 1% to 1% in I 13 00 120 00 

20 1% to 2 in 15 00 

40 2 to 2 % in 17 50 

10 2% to 3 in 22 50 

Carolina. Extremely rapid growth; very hardy. 

110 5 to 6 ft 1 40 12 00 

240 6 to 8 ft 2 10 18 00 

1000 8 to 10 ft 2 90 25 00 

700 1% to 1% in "J 3 50 30 00 

960 1% to 1% in 5 00 45 00 

480 1% to 2 in 7 50 70 00 

400 2 to 2% in 9 00 85 00 

100 2% to 3 in 11 00 100 00 

20 3 to 3% in 15 00 

Lombardy. Rapid, spire-like growth; fine for screens and formal plantings. 

1400 5 to 6 ft ($125 00 Per M) 1 75 14 50 

1650 6 to 8 ft ( 180 00 " M) 2 40 21 00 

5000 8 to 10 ft ( 220 00 " M) 2 80 24 50 

2400 1% to 1% in ( 250 00 " M) 3 20 28 00 

580 1% to 2 in 4 50 40 00 

100 2 to 2% in 6 50 60 00 

20 2% to 3 in 10 00 

Silver (Alba nivae) Rich green Maple-like leaves, silvery beneath. 

10 6 to 8 ft 4 00 

50 8 to 10 ft 6 50 

20 1V 2 to 2 in 10 00 



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2 


40 


20 00 


2 


90 


25 00 


8 


70 


32 00 


4 


50 


40 00 



ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES — (Continued) 

PRUNTJS (Ornamental Plum) Tree and bush form. Per 10 Per 100 
Cistena. Hansen's Purple Leaved Plum. (Bush form) (On plum roots) 

210 12 to 18 in $ 1 80 $ 15 00 

330 18 to 24 in 2 40 20 00 

130 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

Newport. The Purple Leaved Plum. (Bush form) (On plum roots) 
170 18 to 24 in 

310 2 to 3 ft 

450 3 to 4 ft 

380 4 to 5 ft 

Persica, Flowering and Purple Leaved Peach. (On peach roots) 

2 to 3 ft. 1 50 

3 to 4 ft 2 00 

4 to 5 ft 2 80 

5 to 6 ft 4 00 

5/6' 

Pink flowering, tree form._ 

Purple Leaved, tree form , 

Red flowering, tree form 40 

White flowering, tree form 20 

Pissardi Purple Leaved Plum. (Bush form) (On plum roots) 

20 18 to 24 in 

50 2 to 3 ft 

150 3 to 4 ft 

50 4 to 5 ft 



Triloba. Double Flowering Plum (Bush form) (On plum roots) 

450 18 to 24 in 

670 2 to 3 ft 

110 3 to 4 ft. 



RED BUD (Cercis canadensis) Reddish-pink flowers in early spring 

500 2 to 3 ft 

540 3 to 4 ft 

100 4 to 5 ft 

70 5 to 6 ft 

10 6 to 8 ft 

RUSSIAN OLIVE (Elaeagnus angustifolia) Desirable for grouping 

200 3 to 4 ft ($150 00 Per M) 

720 4 to 5 ft ( 220 00 " M) 

680 5 to 6 ft 

80 6 to 8 ft 

SYCAMORE, american (Platanus occidentalis) Large leaves, s 

30 4 to 5 ft 

60 5 to 6 ft 

190 6 to 8 ft 

480 8 to 10 ft 

70 1% to 1% in 

310 1% to 2 in 



THORN (Crataegus) 

Coceinea (Thicket Hawthorn) 

100 2 to 3 ft 

20 3 to 4 ft 

Crusgalli (Cockspur) 

70 2 to 3 ft 



4/5' 


3/4' 2/3' 






80 100 






10 50 


40 


20 140 






25 75 


Per 


10 


Per 100 


S 1 


80 


$ 15 00 


2 


40 


20 00 


2 


90 


25 00 


4 


00 


35 00 


2 


40 


20 00 


3 


10 


27 00 


3 


70 


32 00 


ig. 






2 


40 


20 00 


3 


50 


30 00 


4 


50 


40 00 


5 


50 


50 00 


6 


00 




f. Very hardy. 


2 


10 


18 00 


2 


90 


25 00 


3 70 


32 00 


5 


50 


50 00 


2d bark. 




1 


90 


16 00 


2 


90 


25 00 


4 


CO 


35 00 


6 


50 


60 00 


8 


00 


75 00 


11 


00 


100 00 


4 


50 


40 00 


6 


00 




6 


00 





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ORNAMENTAL, and SHADE TREES— (Continued) 
THORN (Crataegus) — (Continued) 



Mollis (Downy Hawthorn) Per 10 Per 100 

20 2 to 3 ft $ 3 50 $ 30 00 

30 3 to 4 ft 5 00 45 00 

20 4 to 5 ft 7 00 65 00 

Paul's Scarlet (Oxycantha pauli) Double scarlet flowers. 

40 3 to 4 ft 7 50 

170 4 to 5 ft 10 00 

20 5 to 6 ft 12 50 

Red Haw. The native Hawthorn. 

10 3 to 4 ft 6 00 

20 4 to 5 ft 7 50 

TULIP TREE (Liriodendron tulipifera) Large leaves; yellow tulip-like flowers. 

40 4 to 5 ft 3 50 

60 5 to 6 ft 5 00 

80 6 to 8 ft 7 50 

20 8 to 10 ft 10 00 

WALNUT, black (Juglans nigra) Valuable for its wood and edible nuts. Hardy. 

20 4 to 5 ft 2 50 

40 5 to 6 ft 4 00 35 00 

120 6 to 8 ft 5 50 50 00 

380 8 to 10 ft 8 00 75 00 

70 1% to 2 in 14 00 125 00 

50 2 to' 2% in 16 50 150 00 

30 2% to 3 in 20 00 

30 3 to 3 % in 25 00 

30 3y 2 to 4 in 35 00 

90 4 to 5 in 45 00 

WILLOW (Salix) 

Babylonica. Bright green foliage, long wavy branches. 

40 5 to 6 ft 2 90 25 00 

130 6 to 8 ft 4 00 35 00 

30 8 to 10 ft 6 50 60 00 

Laurel Leaved (Pentandra) Glossy green leaves; shapely upright growth. 

40 4 to 5 ft 1 80 15 00 

100 5 to 6 ft 2 90 25 00 

40 6 to 8 ft 4 00 35 00 

Niobe. Weeping tree; golden yellow bark. Graceful. 

310 4 to 5 ft ($170 00 Per M) . . 2 40 20 00 

370 5 to 6 ft ( 250 00 " M) 3 20 28 00 

350 6 to 8 ft ( 350 00 " M) 4 50 40 00 

150 8 to 10 ft _'. 6 50 60 00 

Pussy (Discolor) Very popular for its grey catkins in early Spring . 

20 18 to 24 in 80 

280 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 

100 3 to 4 ft 1 90 16 00 

50 4 to 5 ft 2 50 22 00 

Rosemary (Incana) Small tree with long, slender branches. 

50 2 to 3 ft 2 00 

70 3 to 4 ft 2 50 



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ORNAMENTAL and SHADE TREES — ( Continued ) 



WILLOW (Salix)— (Continued) Per 10 Per 100 

Russian Golden (VitelJina) An outstanding windbreak tree. Extremely hardy.. 

120 2 to 3 ft. $ 60 $ 5 00 

200 3 to 4 ft 95 8 00 

225 4 to 5 ft 1 40 12 00 

80 5 to 6 ft 2 10 18 00 

100 6 to 8 ft 2 90 25 00 

40 8 to 10 ft 4 00 35 00 

Wisconsin (Blanda) The popular green-barked weeping willow. 

50 4 to 5 ft 2 40 20 00 

130 5 to 6 ft 2 90 25 00 

200 6 to 8 ft 4 00 35 00 



ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS 



Our shrubs are bushy and well rooted, many of them have been twice transplant- 
ed. They are graded according to the Horticultural standards of the American Asso- 
ciation of Nurserymen. 



ALMOND (Amygdalus) (Primus) 
Pink. Masses of deep pink flowers. 
1040 12 to 18 in 



April and May 



Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 



1560 
500 
100 



2 to 3 ft. - 

3 to 3% ft. 



White. White form of above. 



50 
150 
190 
110 



12 to 18 in. 
18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 3% ft.. 



-$1 


80 


$15 00 


$ 


2 


40 


21 00 


180 00 


2 


80 


24 00 


220 00 


3 


50 


30 00 




1 


80 


15 00 




2 


40 


20 00 




2 


90 


25 00 




4 


00 


35 00 





ALTHEA (Hibiscus Syriacus) August-September. 10-12 ft. 

Large desirable shrub for group and specimen planting, also used for screens. 

12 to 18 in 65 5 60 50 00 

18 to 24 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 

3 to 4 ft 1 90 16 00 





3/4 


2/3 


18/24 12/18 


Anemoneflorus. Double; bright pink 


110 


140 


260 


200 


Ardens. Double; violet _. . ... 


20 


30 


40 


20 


Banner. Double; white, red center . 


10 


10 


20 


30 


Boule de Feu. Very double; violet-red 


50 


150 


100 


100 


Jeanne de Arc. Double; pure white 


40 


110 


180 


100 


Lucy. Double; red __ . 


80 


150 


200 


80 


Purpurea Semi-Plena. Semi-double, clear purple _ 


150 


130 


180 


70 


Rubis, Single; red 


20 


20 


10 


10 


Totus Albus. Single; white ...... 


10 


10 


10 


10 



AMELANCHTER (Junebei-ry) 

Canadensis. White flowers early spring, followed by edible red fruit. 

Per 10 Per 100 

90 12 to 18 in $1 90 $16 00 

60 18 to 24 in 2 50 22 00 

20 2 to 3 ft 3 50 30 00 



Per 1000 



AMORPHA (False Indigo) 
Fruticosa (Indigo Bush) 

50 
290 
390 
720 
250 



A vigorous growing shrub. Dark violet flowers. 



12 to 18 in 80 7 00 

18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 

2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 

3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 

4 to 5 ft 2 50 22 00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS — (Continued) 

A R ALIA (Aoanthopanax) 

PentaphyUa (Pentaphyllum) White flowers. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

20 12 to 18 in $1 20 $10 00 $ 

40 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

130 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

ARONIA (Chokeberry) 
Arbutifolia (Red) Pinkish-white flowers; red fruit and foliage in autumn . 

180 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

250 18 to 24 in 1 80 15 00 

60 2 to 3 ft 2 40 20 00 



Melanoearpa (Black) Smooth foliage; large black berries in Autumn. 

230 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

320 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

370 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

90 3 to 4 ft 2 90 25 00 

BARBERRY (Berberis) 
Box (Thunbergi Minor) Dwarf, slow-growing, upright, light green. 

500 12 to 15 in 1 40 12 00 

EVERGREEN (Mentorensis) Plant Patent No. 99. Rich, deep green rounded 
foliage, heavy thorns. Foliage coppery-bronze during late fall and winter. 

200 12 to 15 in 2 50 18 00 170 00 

200 15 to 18 in 3 00 20 00 190 00 

250 18 to 24 in 3 50 25 00 225 00 

10C 2 to 2 % ft 4 00 30 00 275 00 

Japanese (Thunbergi) A splendid hardy hedge plant. Brilliant red fruit and foliage 
in Autumn. 

1400 9 to 12 in 35 2 90 25 00 

5400 12 to 15 in 50 4 50 40 00 

3380 15 to 18 in 80 7 00 60 00 

3500 18 to 24 in 1 15 9 00 80 00 

4300 2 to 2% ft 1 75 14 50 125 00 

1200 2% to 3 ft 2 40 20 00 170 00 

Red Leaved Japanese (Thunbergi Atropurpurea) Resembles Japanese; but leaves 
are deep red and more lustrous. 

1640 12 to 15 in 1 15 9 00 80 00 

2000 15 to 18 in 1 70 14 00 120 00 

3530 18 to 24 in 2 40 20 00 170 00 

TRUE HEDGE COLUMNBERRY (Thunbergi Erecta) Plant Patent No. 110 

Need not be pruned; extremely formal in shape, more dense, more upright, and 
more richly foliaged than Thunbergi. 

300 9 to 12 in 

600 12 to 15 in. 

510 15 to 18 in. 

750 18 to 24 in 

250 2 to 2% ft 

BUCKTHORN (Rhamnus) 

Common (Catharticus) Black berries. Valuable for hedging. 



1 25 


9 


50 


80 00 


1 50 


11 


50 


100 00 


1 75 


13 


50 


120 00 


2 10 


17 


00 


150 00 


2 75 


22 


50 


200 00 



200 12 to 18 in 


40 


3 


50 


30 00 


870 18 to 24 in 


60 


5 


00 


45 00 


1930 2 to 3 ft 


80 


7 


00 


60 00 


860 3 to 4 ft 


1 25 


10 


50 


90 00 


BUTTERFLY BUSH (Buddleia) 










Alternifolia, lilac-purple flowers. 










20 Medium 


1 40 


12 


00 




40 No. 1 


1 90 


16 


00 





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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— (Continued) 

BUTTERFLY BUSH (Buddleia)— (Continued) 
FORTUNE (Patent No. 206.) Pure lilac with a brilliant orange eye. 

(Retails 75c each; $7.50 per doz.) Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
130 No. 1 $3 50 $25 00 $ 

ISLE DE FRANCE, Rich reddish-purple flowers are borne in long panicles. 

200 No. 2 70 6 00 

280 Medium 1 20 10 00 

2280 No. 1 1 40 12 00 

CALYCANTHUS (Sweet Scented Shrub) 

Floridus. Dark green foliage: chocolate-colored flowers. Thrives well in shady 
locations. 

270 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

110 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

240 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 



CARAGANA (Siberian Pea Tree) 
Arborescens. Large hardy shrub producing small yellow pea-shaped flowers. 
Used for hedging in the North. 

560 12 to 18 in 

600 18 to 24 in 

340 2 to 3 ft 

140 3 to 4 ft 

30 4 to 5 ft 

CEPHALANTHUS OCCIDENTALIS (Button Bush) 

Fragrant, creamy white flowers, July-September. 
20 12 to 18 in 



45 


4 


00 


35 00 


95 


8 


00 


70 00 


1 40 


12 


00 


100 00 


2 10 


18 


00 




2 90 


25 


00 





80 


7 


00 


1 20 


10 


00 


1 70 


14 


00 


2 10 


18 


00 



60 18 to 24 in 

100 2 to 3 ft 

50 3 to 4 ft 

CLETHRA (Sweet Pepper Bush) 
Alnifolia (Summer Sweet) Spikes of fragrant white flowers. 

50 18 to 24 in 2 90 25 00 

CORNUS (Dogwood) 

Alba Siberioa (Coral) Brightest red barked variety. White flowers; porcelain blue 
fruit. 

370 12 to 18 in 

230 18 to 24 in 

1110 2 to 3 ft 

1150 3 to 4 ft 

140 4 to 5 ft 

Amomum (Silky) Red stem, late bloom, blue fruit. 

30 18 to 24 in 

60 2 to 3 ft 

40 3 to 4 ft 





SO 


7 


00 


60 00 


1 


20 


10 


00 


85 00 


1 


70 


14 


00 


120 00 


2 


10 


18 


00 


150 00 


2 


50 


22 


00 





1 20 


10 


CO 


1 70 


14 


00 


2 10 


18 


00 



Elegantissima (Variegated) Silver and green leaves. Red bark. 

50 18 to 24 in..- 2 90 25 00 

50 2 to 3 ft 4 00 35 00 

Florida. Spreading shrub or small tree with large white flowers. 

130 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

50 18 to 24 in 2 40 20 00 

200 2 to 3 ft 4 50 40 00 

200 3 to 4 ft 6 50 60 00 

Florida Rubra. A variety of the above with deep rose colored flowers. 

30 2 to 3 ft., roots wrapped in moss. 8 00 

30 3 to 4 ft. " " " " 12 00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— (Continued) 

CORNUS (Dogwood)— (Continued) 

Paniculata (Gray) Neat growth; white flowers and fruit Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

40 12 to 18 in $1 40 $12 00 $ 

140 18 to 24 in 1 90 16 00 

190 2 to 3 ft l 2 40 20 00 

10 3 to 4 ft . 2 50 

Sanguinea (Bloodtwig) Purplish red; white flowers. 

300 12 to 18 in 65 5 60 50 00 

360 18 to 24 in ■_ 1 00 8 50 75 00 

275 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 

210 3 to 4 ft 2 00 16 50 140 00 

Stolonifera (Red Osier) Spreading but erect growing; white flowers and berries, 
dark red bark. 

350 18 to 24 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

540 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 

270 3 to 4 ft 2 00 16 50 140 00 

Stolonifera Lutea (Gold Twig Dogwood) A golden-yellow branched form of Stoloni- 
fera of high decorative value. 

200 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 

1020 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 

780 3 to 4 ft 2 40 20 00 

CORYLUS (Hazelnut) 

Americana (American) Thrives in shady locations. Rich green foliage; edible 
nuts. 

240 12 to 18 in 1 70 14 00 

350 18 to 24 in 2 40 20 00 

70 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

COTONEASTER (Peking) 

Acutifolia (Brilliant) A valuable massing and hedging shrub. Dark green leaves; 
black fruit. 

180 12 to 18 in 1 70 14 00 

570 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 

1780 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

480 3 to 4 ft 3 70 32 00 

Divaricata (Spreading Cotoneaster) Glossy dark green leaves; bright red berries. 

60 2 to 3 ft 3 50 30 00 

210 3 to 4 ft 5 00 45 00 

CRANBERRY HIGHBUSH (See Viburnum) 

CYDONIA Japonica (Flowering Quince) 

Clusters of orange-scarlet flowers. Dark shiny foliage; bushy, dense growth. 

600 12 to 18 in 65 5 60 50 00 

1400 18 to 24 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

700 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 

350 3 to 3y 2 ft 2 25 19 00 160 00 

DAPHNE Cneorum (Rose Daphne) 

An unusually attractive, dwarf, bushy evergreen shrub; fragrant pink flowers 
on the end of each branch. 

450 6 to 9 in. B&B 3 50 30 00 

380 9 to 12 in. " 4 50 40 00 

40 12 to 15 in. " ... 7 00 65 00 



DESMODIUM — See Lespedeza 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— (Continued) 

DEUTZIA 

Gracilis (Slender) A dwarf, hardy shrub with masses of snow-white flowers in 

May. Used for forcing. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

150 12 to 15 in $1 70 $14 00 $ 

250 15 to 18 in 2 10 18 00 

150 18 to 24 in 2 50 22 00 



Lemoine. Semi-dwarf variety, single white flowers in clusters. 



550 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

200 18 to 24 in 1 80 15 00 

100 2 to 2% ft 2 40 20 00 

Pride of Rochester. Blooms profusely, double white flowers, tinged pink. 

300 12 to 18 in 65 5 60 50 00 

350 18 to 24 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

500 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 

40 3 to 4 ft 1 90 16 00 

Scabra Plena (Double Rose) Double pink flowers. 

90 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 

100 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 

40 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 



ELAEAGNUS angustifolia (Russian Olive) 

Hardy large shrub or small tree with attractive silvery gray foliage. 

220 12 to 18 in 50 4 50 40 00 

480 18 to 24 in 95 8 00 70 00 

200 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 



ELDER (Sambucus) 
American (Canadensis) A hardy shrub, white flowers; black berries. 

120 12 to 18 in 60 5 00 

360 18 to 24 in 80 7 00 

240 2 to 3 ft 1 20 10 00 

10 3 to 4 ft 1 40 

Cut Leaf (Acutiloba) Dark green fern-like leaves, white flowers. May-June. 

80 12 to 18 in 60 5 00 

90 18 to 24 in 80 7 00 

70 2 to 3 ft 1 20 10 00 

30 3 to 4 ft 1 70 14 00 



Golden (Canadensis Aurea) Hardy, rapid growing; golden-yellow leaves, tiny white 
blooms. 

1060 12 to 18 in 95 8 00 

400 18 to 24 in 1 40 12 00 

400 2 to 3 ft 1 90 16 00 

140 3 to 4 ft 2 40 20 00 



Red Berried (Racemosa) Leaves beautifully cut and drooping. White flowers, 
showy red fruit. 

20 18 to 24 in 2 00 

30 2 to 3 ft 2 80 



EUONYMUS 

Alatus (Winged) Wood very corky; yellow flowers, red fruits. Foliage brilliant 
crimson in Fall. 

50 12 to 18 in 2 10 18 00 

180 18 to 24 in 2 90 25 00 

50 2 to 3 ft 4 00 

60 3 to 4 ft. 6 00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS — ( Continued) 

EUONYMUS— (Continued) Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
Alatus Compacta (Dwarf Winged E.) Dwarf form of above. 

30 18 to 24 in $4 00 $ $ 

30 2 to 3 ft 6 00 



Atropurpurea (Wahoo) A hardy native species. Purple flowers; bright red berries. 
Attractive foliage in Autumn. 

40 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 

30 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 



Europeaus (European Burning Bush) Orange— red fruit in Autumn; dark green 
foliage. 

150 12 to 18 in 1 70 14 00 

180 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 

80 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

EXOCHOKDA (Pearl Bush) 
Grandiflora. Single dazzling white flowers in May. 

20 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 



50 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

30 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 



FORSYTHIA (Golden Bell) 

Fortunei (Suspensa Fortunei) 
yellow flowers. 

1180 12 to 13 in 80 

300 18 to 24 in 1 20 

580 2 to 3 ft 1 70 

280 3 to 4 ft 2 10 



Large upright shrub, densely covered with golden 



7 00 
10 00 
14 00 
18 00 



Intermedia (Border) Vigorous, spreading habit; bright yellow flowers. 

150 18 tc 24 in 1 20 10 00 

270 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 

270 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 



85 00 
120 00 
150 0Q 



Intermedia Spectabilis. One of the best varieties. Rich golden yellow flowers. 

1420 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 60 00 

350 18 +o 24 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

250 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 120 00 

200 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 150 00 

Suspensa (Weeping) Graceful drooping habit. Bright yellow flowers. 

50 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

150 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

100 3 to 4 ft 2 90 25 00 



More bush-like than other varieties; foliage deep green. 

7 00 

10 00 



Viridissima (Green Stem) 

30 12 to 18 in 80 

150 18 to 24 in 1 20 

380 2 to 3 ft 1 70 

70 3 to 4 ft 2 10 



14 00 
18 00 



HAMAMELIS (Witch Hazel) 

Virginiana. Succeeds best in moist places with partial shade. Yellow flowers. 

60 12 to 18 in 1 50 

30 18 to 24 in 2 00 . 



HEDGING — See page 39 

HONEYSUCKLE (Lonicera) 
Bella Albida (White Belle) 

310 2 to 3 ft 

650 3 to 4 ft 



Upright; white flower; 



red fruit. 
1 70 

2 10 



14 00 
18 00 



120 00 
150 00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS — ( Continued) 

HONEYSUCKLE (Lonicera)— (Continued) Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
Fragrantissima. A beautiful, almost evergreen shrub; very fragrant. 

50 12 to 18 in $ 95 $ 8 00 $ 

110 18 to 24 in 1 40 12 00 

700 2 to 3 ft 1 90 16 00 

80 3 to 4 ft 2 50 22 00 



Grandiflora Rosea (Bride) One of the best pink upright varieties. 

350 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 60 00 

1110 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

1690 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 120 00 

100 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 

Morrowi (Morrow) Spreading form, fragrant yellowish-white flowers; red fruit. 

160 12 tc 18 in 70 6 00 

50 18 to 24 in 1 00 8 50 

160 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 

690 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 150 00 

Tatarian Pink (Tatarica Rosea) Hardy; pink flowers; red fruit. 

780 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 60 00 

340 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

750 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 120 00 

820 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 150 00 

Tatarian Red (Tatarica Rubra) Light-red flowers; red fruit. Upright. 

490 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

510 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 120 00 

620 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 150 00 

Tatarian White (Tatarica Alba) White form of above. 

75 12 to 18 in 70 6 00 

260 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

630 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 120 00 



HYDRANGEA 

Arborescens Grandiflora. Large flat heads of double snow-white flowers. Thrives 
in shade. June-July. 

880 12 to 18 in 1 40 12 00 100 00 

410 18 to 24 in 2 00 16 50 140 00 

1690 2 to 3 ft 2 40 21 00 180 00 

100 3 to 3% ft 3 10 27 00 

Paniculata Grandiflora (Pee Gee) Enormous trusses of double white flowers, 
blending into pink and bronze shades in Autumn. July-October. 

2000 12 to 18 in 

1180 18 to 24 in 

1720 2 to 3 ft 

90 3 to 3V 2 ft 

HYPERICUM (St. John's Wort) 
Aureum (Golden) Stiff, dense habit; foliage bluish; flowers golden yellow. July- 
August. 

50 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 

40 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

ILEX (Holly) 

Verticillata (Winterberry) Bright berries which remain until midwinter. 

30 12 to 18 in 1 90 16 00 

70 18 to 24 in 2 50 22 00 

20 2 to 3 ft 3 50 30 00 



1 40 


12 


00 


100 00 


2 00 


16 


50 


140 00 


2 40 


21 


00 


180 00 


3 10 


27 


00 





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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS — (Continued) 

KERRIA Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

Japonica Flora-Plena. Beautiful double, golden yellow flowers. June-September. 

100 12 to 18 in $2 40 $20 00 $ 

70 18 to 24 in 3 20 28 00 

100 2 to 3 ft 4 00 35 00 



KOLKWITZIA amabilis (Beauty Bush) 

A mass of arching sprays of pale pink ,tubular flowers. Very hardy. 

640 18 to 24 in 2 40 20 00 

550 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

170 3 to 4 ft 3 70 32 00 



LESPEDEZA (Desmodium) 
Penduliflorum (Formosa) Very attractive purple flowers in September. 

160 Medium 1 80 15 00 

180 No. 1 2 40 20 00 



LILAC (Syringa) 

Named Varieties. Bush. Both double and single flowering varieties; many un- 
usual shades and color blends. On own roots. 

12 to 18 in 2 50 22 00 

18 to 24 in 3 50 30 00 

2 to 3 ft 4 50 40 00 

3 to 4 ft 6 00 55 00 



d-Double s-Single 3/4 2/3 18/24 12/18 

Alphonse Lavalle, d, blue 10 90 140 60 

Belle de Nancy, d, rose blooms .white center 100 130 30 

Chas. Joly, d, purplish-red 30 110 140 160 

Chas. X, s, reddish-purple 100 170 120 80 

Congo, s, wine-red 20 70 

Frau B. Dammon, s, pure white 30 

Hugo Koster, s, lilac tinged red 20 140 50 40 

Jan Van Tol, s, pure white 30 

Jules Simon, d, dark purplish blue 10 

Katherine Havemeyer, d. deep clue 10 20 

Michael Buchner, d, dwarf, delicate lilac 20 140 80 50 

Miss Ellen Wilmot, d, snow-white 10 

Mme. C. Perier, a. pure white 10 170 70 90 

Mme. Edw. Andre, d, clear rose 50 

_Mnie. Lemoine. d, pure white: dwarf 50 10 80 

*Pres. Grevy, d, light blue 20 100 60 

Senator Volland, d, pinkish-lilac 10 60 10 

Souv. de Lud\vi% Spaeth, s. dark purplish-red 110 150 90 



*Varieties starred are 5c less cn 12/18": 18/24"; and 2/3'. 



Common Purple (Vulgaris) The well known old fashioned Lilac with large bunches 
of fragrant flowers. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

1070 12 to 18 in $ 80 $ 7 00 $ 60 00 

2640 18 to 24 in 1 15 9 00 80 00 

300 2 to 3 ft 1 55 13 00 110 00 

70 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 



Common White (Vulgaris Alba) White form of above. 

230 12 to 18 in 95 8 00 

120 18 to 24 in 1 40 12 00 

260 2 to 3 ft 1 90 16 00 

30 3 to 4 ft 2 50 



Josikaea (Hungarian) Tree-like growth, dark green leaves; purple flowers. 

50 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 

70 2 to 3 ft 2 50 22 00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— (Continued) 

LILAC (Syringa)— (Continued) Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

Persian Purple (Persica) Slender arching branches, small leaves and lilac flowers. 

250 12 to 18 in . $1 40 $12 00 $ 

110 18 to 24 in 1 90 16 00 

1300 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

540 3 to 4 ft 2 50 22 00 

Persian White (Persica Alba) White form of above. 

10 2 to 3 ft 4 00 

40 3 to 4 ft 5 00 



Rothomagensis (Chinensis) Slender branches; reddish-lilac flowers. Free flower- 
ing and hardy. 

300 12 to 18 in 1 40 12 00 100 00 

240 18 to 24 in 2 00 16 50 140 00 

1980 2 to 3 ft 2 25 19 00 160 00 

290 3 to 4 ft 2 60 22 50 200 00 

Villosa (Late L.) Fragrant pale pinkish-lilac flowers; very bushy. 



20 


12 to 18 in 


1 90 


16 


00 


100 


18 to 24 in 


2 40 


20 


00 


150 


2 to 3 ft 


2 90 


25 


00 


110 


3 to 4 ft 


4 00 


35 


00 



1 70 


14 


00 


2 10 


18 


00 


2 90 


25 


00 



PHTLADELPHUS (Mock Orange: Syringa) 
Avalanche. Grows taller than other varieties. Very fragrant white flowers. 

30 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

210 3 to 4 ft 2 90 25 00 

Bouquet Blanc. Fragrant, double white flowers; rich green foliage. 

100 18 to 24 in 

90 2 to 3 ft 

50 3 to 4 ft 

Coronarius (Sweet Mock Orange) Fragrant white flowers. 

300 12 to 18 in '_ 65 6 00 50 00 

340 18 to 24 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

1680 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 

500 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 150 00 

Grandiflorus. Large scentless white flowers; branches somewhat straggling. 

280 12 to 18 in 

140 18 to 24 in 

880 2 to 3 ft 

160 3 to 4 ft 



65 


6 


00 


50 00 


1 00 


8 


50 




1 40 


12 


00 


100 00 


2 10 


18 


00 





Lemoinei (Lemoine) Semi-dwarf; slender; fragrant white flowers. 

200 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 60 00 

420 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

60 2 to 2% ft 1 40 12 00 

40 2Y 2 to 3 ft 1 80 15 00 

360 3 to 3% ft 3 50 30 00 

Virginal. Semi-double, fragrant white flowers much larger than any other variety. 

Blooms over a long season. 

1590 12 to 18 in 1 70 14 00 120 00 

3610 18 to 24 in 2 25 19 00 160 00 

700 2 to 3 ft 2 80 24 50 220 00 

POTENTILLA (Cinquefoil) 
Fruticosa (Shrubby) Dwarf growth; bright yellow flowers. 

150 12 to 18 in 1 90 16 00 

50 18 to 24 in 2 50 22 00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— (Continued) 



PRIVET (Ligustrum) 
Amur River (Amurense) 



Per 10 

Very hardy, northern grown type. 



Per 100 Per 1000 



3000 
5100 

14000 
9500 

10500 
1150 
4500 
5000 
7000 



9 to 12 in 

12 to 18 in. 2 canes and up 

12 to 18 in. 3 " " " 

18 to 24 in. 2 " " " 

18 to 24 in. 3 " " 

2 to 3 ft. 2 and 3 canes and up. 

2 to 3 ft. 4 canes and up 

3 to 4 ft. 4 " " " 

3 to 4 ft. 5 " " » 



1 90 

2 40 
2 90 

2 90 

3 50 

3 50 

4 00 

6 50 

7 50 



California (Ovalifolium) Semi-evergreen, glossy foliage. Very upright. 

2900 12 to 18 in. 3 canes and up 2 10 

280G 18 to 24 in. 3 " " " 2 90 

1100 2 to 3 ft 4 " " " 4 00 



16 00 
20 00 
25 00 
25 00 
30 00 
30 00 
36 00 
55 00 
65 00 



18 00 
25 00 
35 00 



Ibolium (Hardy California) 

Privet; not as evergreen. 

500 12 to 18 in 

450 18 to 24 in 

1080 2 to 3 ft 



Very similar to, but much hardier than California 



Ibota. Spreading habit, curving branches; grayish green leaves; 

200 12 to 18 in 

150 18 to 24 in 

450 2 to 3 ft 

150 3 to 4 ft 



2 40 

3 00 

4 00 



20 00 
27 00 
35 00 



black berries. 

3 50 

5 00 

8 00 70 00 
10 00 



Regel (Regelianum) 

160 12 to 18 in '_ 

150 18 to 24 in 

100 2 to 2V 2 ft 

160 2% to 3 ft 

Thompson's. Rapid grower 

560 12 to 18 in 

500 18 to 24 in 

150 2 to 3 ft 



Low, dense growth; horizontal branches. 



bushy. Very desirable. 



Very hardy. 
12 00 
18 00 
22 50 
31 00 



4 00 

5 60 

6 50 



100 00 
150 00 
200 00 
280 00 



35 00 
50 00 



PRUNUS, Ornamental Plums. (See Deciduous Trees). 
PURPLE FRINGE. (See Rhus). 
QUINCE JAPONIC A (See Cydonia). 

RHODOTYPOS (Jetbead) 
Kerrioides (White Kerria) White flowers followed by black fruits in Autumn. 

180 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 

460 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 

600 2 to 3 ft 1 80 15 00 

30 3 to 4 ft 2 90 25 00 



RHUS (Sumac) 

Aromatic a (Canadensis) Fragrant leaves; yellow flowers followed by red berries. 

50 12 to 18 in 1 70 14 00 

230 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 

750 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

370 3 to 4 ft 3 50 30 00 



Cotinus: Smoke Tree (Purple Fringe) Yellowish-purple, feathery flowers give it the 

effect of smoke. 

40 18 to 24 in 3 50 30 00 

80 2 to 3 ft 4 50 40 00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS — (Continued) 

RHUS (Sumac) — (Continued) Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
Cut Leaf (Typhina Laciniata) Beautifully cut foliage. Red berries. 

220 12 to 18 in $1 20 $10 00 $ 

230 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

770 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

290 3 to 4 ft. 2 90 25 00 

Smooth (Glabra) Dwarf habit; rich Autumn coloring; red berries. 

170 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 

340 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

180 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 

Staghorn (Typhina) Greenish flowers; crimson berries. Yellow and purple foliage 
in Autumn. 

120 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 

180 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 

330 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 

100 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 

30 4 to 5 ft 2 50 22 00 

RIBES (Flowering Currants) 
Alpinum (Mountain Currant) Dwarf, compact habit; fragrant yellow flowers, red 
berries. 

100 9 to 12 in 2 

50 12 to 15 in 

50 15 to 18 in 

50 18 to 24 in 



Aureum (Yellow Flowering) Deep yellow flowers. 
100 2 to 3 ft 



1 40 


12 


00 


2 10 


18 


00 


2 50 


22 


00 


3 20 


28 


00 


: fruit. 






2 10 


18 


00 



ROSE ACACIA (Robinia Hispida) 

A shrub locust, attractive foliage; beautiful pink flowers. 



50 


12 to 18 in 


1 40 


12 


00 


50 


18 to 24 in 


.2 10 


18 


00 


50 


2 to 3 ft.. 


2 90 


25 


00 


50 


3 to 4 ft 


4 00 


35 


00 



SNOWBALL (See Viburnum) 
SPIREA 

Anthony Waterer. Free-blooming dwarf shrub; crimson flowers. 

3070 12 to 15 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

500 15 to 18 in 1 40 12 00 100 CO 

540 18 to 24 in 1 90 16 00 135 00 

Arguta (Garland) Semi-dwarf with feathery foliage; minute, pure-white flowers. 

120 12 to 18 in 70 6 00 

1500 18 to 24 in 1 15 9 00 80 00 

2020 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 

920 3 to 3 y 2 ft 1 80 15 00 130 00 

Billardi Pink. Dense spikes of lilac-pink flowers; dull green foliage. 

240 12 to 18 in 65 5 60 50 00 

1000 18 to 24 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

480 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 

Callosa Alba. Similar to Anthony Waterer but with white flowers. 

620 9 to 12 in 70 6 00 

400 12 to 15 in 1 15 9 00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— (Continued) 



SPIREA— (Continued) Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
Eroebeli (Froebel) Similar to Anthony Waterer but more vigorous and hardy. 

130 9 to 12 in $ 45 $ 4 00 $ 

2910 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 60 00 

1670 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

590 2 to 2% ft 1 70 14 00 120 00 

250 2% to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

Korean (Triohocarpa) Blooms in large dome-shaped clusters of white flowers in 
June. 

110 12 to 18 in 70 6 00 

660 18 to 24 in 95 8 00 

1620 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 

300 3 to 4 ft 1 80 15 00 

Opulifolia (Ninebark) Flat racemes of cream colored flowers; dark green foliage. 

100 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 

350 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 

150 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 



Opulifolia Aurea (Gold Leaf Ninebark) Golden leaved variety. White flowers, red 
seed pods. 

50 18 to 24 in 1 20 10 00 

350 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 

120 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 



Opulifolia Nana (Dwarf Ninebark) White flowers followed by small red seed pods. 

100 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

100 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

50 3 to 4 ft 2 90 25 00 



Prunifolia (True Bridal Wreath) Pure white flowers, very double. 

110 12 to 18 in 1 70 ' 14 00 

100 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 

200 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 



Sorbifolia (Sorbaria) Ash-leaved foliage; fluffy heads of pure white flowers. 

50 12 to 18 in 95 8 00 

50 18 to 24 in J 1 40 12 00 

40 2 to 3 ft 1 90 16 00 

30 3 to 3% ft 2 90 25 00 



Thunbergi (Thunberg) Dense feathery foliage; white flowers. More dwarf than 
Arguta. 

750 12 to 18 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

160 18 to 24 in 1 30 11 00 

270 2 to 2% ft 2 10 18 00 150 00 



Van Houtte. Most popular of all Spirea. Its graceful branches are a mass of fra- 
grant white flowers. 

3000 12 to 18 in 40 3 50 30 00 

3610 18 to 24 in 60 5 00 45 00 

4380 2 to 3 ft 80 7 00 60 00 

5280 3 to 4 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 



STEPHEN ANDRA 

Flexuosa. Graceful, dwarf shrub with fern-like foliage; white flowers. 

60 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

130 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 



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ORNAMENTAL. SHRUBS — (Continued) 

SYMPHORICARPUS (Snowberry) Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
Chenaulti (Improved Coralberry) Small white fruit with red dots; gracefully arch- 
ing branches. 

40 12 to 18 in $ 70 $ 6 00 $ 

100 18 to 24 in 1 15 9 00 

590 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 

180 3 to 4 ft.. 1 90 16 00 

Racemosus (White) Small pink flowers; white berries in autumn. 

500 12 to 18 in 65 6 00 50 00 

1790 18 to 24 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

2180 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 

310 3 to 3% ft 1 90 16 00 

Vulgaris (Indian Currant; Coralberry) A hardy native shrub; purplish-red berries; 
pink flowers. 

210 12 to 18 in 65 6 00 50 00 

1110 18 to 24 in 1 00 8 50 75 00 

2000 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 100 00 



TAMARIX 

Green foliage varieties: 
12 to 18 in. 



2 to 

3 to 



3 ft. 

4 ft. 



pink 



Africana. Dark green foliage, pink f lowers 
Tetandra Purpurea. Bright green foliage 

flowers 

Silver foliage varieties. 

12 to 18 in 



3 to 4 ft. 



Amurensis (Amur T.) Purple branches; graceful 



65 


5 60 


50 00 


1 00 


8 50 


75 00 


1 40 


12 00 


100 00 


2 00 


16 50 


140 00 


3/4 


2/3 18/24 12/18 


80 


310 870 


280 


100 


580 650 


260 


Per 10 


Per 100 


Per 1000 


$ 80 


$ 7 00 


$ 60 00 


1 25 


10 50 


90 00 


1 70 


14 00 


120 00 


2 10 


18 00 


150 00 


3/4 


2/3 18/24 12/18 



foliage --- - - - . 


. . . . 120 


115 


30 


Hispida (Kashgar T.) Light blue foliage; bright 








pink flowers - 


150 150 


870 


420 


Odessana. Dwarf, bushy growth; lavender-pink 








flowers • __ -_ 


300 


440 


120 



VIBURNUM 
Amerioanum (American Cranberry Bush) 



160 12 to 18 in. 
30 18 to 24 in. 

40 2 to 3 ft.. 



White flowers followed by scarlet fruit. 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

$1 90 $16 00 $ 

2 50 22 00 

3 20 28 00 



Carlesi (Fragrant V.) Semi-dwarf; dark green foliage; distinct pink-tinted flowers 
in clusters. Very fragrant. 

20 12 to 15 in _' 6 00 

160 15 to 18 in 8 50 



Dentatum (Arrowwood) Large shrub with glossy foliage and white flowers. Berries 
blue-black. 



160 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

700 18 to 24 in 1 80 15 00 

1050 2 to 3 ft 2 40 20 00 

100 3 to 4 ft 2 90 25 00 



130 00 
170 00 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS— (Continued) 

VIBURNUM— ( Continued) 
Lantana (Wayfaring Tree) Dark green wrinkled leaves, white flowers, red fruit 



in Autumn. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

80 12 to 18 in $1 40 $12 00 $ 

300 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 150 00 

490 2 to 3 ft 2 60 22 50 200 00 

180 3 to 4 ft 2 90 25 00 

Lentago (Nannyberry) Bright green leaves and fragrant, yellowish white flowers. 
Black fruit. 

10 12 to 18 in 1 50 

20 18 to 24 in 2 90 25 00 

80 2 to 3 ft 4 00 35 00 

40 3 to 4 ft 4 50 

Opulus (European Cranberry Bush) Large spreading shrub; white flowers followed 
by red fruit. 

340 12 to 18 in 1 90 16 00 

150 18 to 24 in 2 50 22 00 

930 2 tc 3 ft. 3 20 28 00 

100 3 to 4 ft 4 00 35 00 



Opulus Sterile (Common Snowball) Well known shrub with large snowball-like 
flowers. 

930 12 to 18 in 1 80 15 00 

350 18 to 24 in 2 40 20 00 

650 2 to 3 ft 2 90 25 00 

100 3 to 4 ft 4 00 35 00 

Tomentosum (Single Japan Snowball) Pure white flowers; red fruits. 

130 12 to 18 in 1 80 15 00 

100 18 to 24 in 2 50 22 00 



Tomentosum Plicatum (Japan Snowball) Double white flowers; no fruit. Dark 

green, crimped foliage. 

20 12 to 18 in 1 90 16 00 

50 18 to 24 in 2 90 25 00 

50 2 to 3 ft 4 00 35 00 



WEIGELA (Diervilla) 

Eva Rathke (Red Flowering W.) A remarkable free bloomer. Rich red flowers. 
550 12 to 18 in 1 40 12 00 



250 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 

440 2 to 3 ft 2 50 22 00 

50 3 to 4 ft 3 50 



Floribunda. Lighter red than Eva Rathke, larger grower. 



40 18 to 24 in 1 80 15 00 

50 2 to 3 ft 2 40 20 00 

60 3 to 4 ft 3 20 28 00 

Rosea. Erect, compact growth; rose colored flowers. Used extensively. 

670 12 to 18 in 80 7 00 

1340 18 to 24 in : 1 20 10 00 

720 2 to 3 ft 1 70 14 00 

200 3 to 4 ft 2 10 18 00 



Variegated. Dwarf grower; variegated leaves; pink flowers. 

40 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

30 2 to 3 ft -- 2 10 18 00 

10 3 to 4 ft.- 2 50 



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CLIMBING VINES 

Tied, 2 year Medium, 25; 2 year No. 1, 10; 3 year, 5 per bundle. 

AMPELOPSIS 

Engelmanni. Similar lo Quinquefolia with smaller, more dense foliage. Will cling 
firmly to brick walls, etc. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

650 2 Year, Medium $ 80 $ 7 00 $ 60 00 

630 " No. 1 1 15 9 00 80 00 

Quinquefolia (Virginia Creeper) Very large green foliage, changing to brilliant 
scarlet in the Fall. 

200 2 Year, Medium 65 5 60 50 00 

300 " No. 1. 95 8 00 70 00 

Veitchi (Boston Ivy) Best for walls. Small green foliage, brilliant Autumn color- 
ing. Plant on north or east for best results. 

500 2 Year, Medium 1 40 12 00 100 00 

2800 " No. 1. : 2 10 18 00 150 00 

270 3 Year, No. 1 2 40 20 00 

ARISTOLOCHIA (Dutchman's Pipe) 

Sipho. Large heart-shaped leaves. Brownish flowers resembling pipes. 

80 2 Year, 12/18 in. grafts 3 50 30 00 

30 " 18/24 in. " 4 50 40 00 



BIGNONIA (Trumpet Creeper) 

Radicans. Large orange-scarlet trumpet shaped flowers. 

730 2 Year, Medium 1 15 9 00 

100 " No. 1 1 40 12 00 1 

CELASTRUS (Bittersweet) 
Orbiculatus (Oriental) Orange berries with red seeds. 

40 2 Year, Medium 1 20 10 00 

220 " No. 1 1 70 14 00 

Soandens (American) A shrubby vine. Yellow flowers in June followed by bright 
orange-yellow and crimson fruit in Autumn. 

280 2 Year, Medium 1 40 12 00 100 00 

1120 " No. 1 1 75 14 50 125 00 

CLEMATIS 

Large flowering. One of the most beautiful climbing vines, the large individual 
flowers being very decorative. 

2 Year, Medium 2 90 25 00 

No. 1 4 00 35 00 

3 in. pots, staked with 24 in. tops 2 90 25 00 

Potted No. 1 Med. 

Henryi (White) 50 100 90 

Jackmanni (Purple) 200 890 730 

Mme. Edw. Andre (Red) 50 175 130 

Ramona (Blue) 50 100 50 

Coccinea (Texensis) Urn-shaped flowers of reddish rose, softened on inner side 

with buff and pinkish-buff. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

70 2 Year, Medium $1 20 $10 00 $ 

70 " No. 1 1 80 15 00 

Crispa (Marsh or Curley C.) Graceful foliage; curious bell-like flowers of steel- 
blue. 

30 2 Year, Medium 1 20 10 00 

40 " No. 1 1 90 16 00 



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CLIMBING VINES — ( Continued ) 

CLEMATIS— ( Continued ) 

Paniculata (Sweet Autumn) A light but vigorous grower; small white fragrant 

flowers in Autumn. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

4500 2 Year, Medium $1 15 S 9 00 S 80 00 

4220 " No. 1 1 70 14 00 120 00 

900 3 Year, No. 1 2 10 18 00 150 00 

EUONYMUS 

Radicans (Winter Creeper) Dense growing evergreen vine. 

50 2 Year, Medium 2 40 20 00 

200 " No. 1 2 90 25 00 



Radicans Coiorata. A strong grower with long .narrow foliage, tinted purplish-red. 

40 2 Year, Medium 1 20 10 00 

100 " No. 1 1 70 14 00 

Radicans Vegetus (Big Leaf Winter Creeper) Excellent for covering walls. 

320 2 Year, Medium 2 90 25 00 

40 " No. 1 3 50 30 00 



HONEYSUCKLE, Lonicera 

Gold Flame. Flowers flame-coral, inside clear yellow, produced in clusters. 

300 2 Year, No. 1 3 50 30 00 250 00 

Hall's Japan (Japonica Halliana) Flowers open white, changing to buff; very fra- 
grant, blooms constantly. 

500 2 Year, Medium 65 5 60 50 00 

2440 " No. 1 1 00 8 50 75 00 

Heckrotti. Large fragrant flame-red trumpets lined with gold are produced in im- 
mense showy clusters; blooming from early summer until frost. The blooms 
are produced the same year the plant is set out. Foliage, dark blue-green, 
disease and pest free. 

270 2 Year, Medium 2 25 19 00 160 00 

1140 " No. 1 2 60 22 50 200 00 

Monthly Fragrant (Periclymenuni Belgica) Very fragrant red and yellow flowers. 
Blooms all summer. 

30 2 Year, Medium 1 20 10 00 

70 " No. 1 1 80 15 00 

Scarlet Trumpet (Sempervirens) Trumpet shaped flowers; dark green foliage. 

400 2 Year, Medium 1 20 10 00 

1190 " No. 1 1 70 14 00 

Yellow Trumpet (Sempervirens Sulphurea) Clear yellow flowers; light green foliage. 

50 2 Year. Medium 1 20 10 00 . 

80 " No. 1 1 70 14 00 

IVY (Hedera Helix) 
English. Foliage dark green veined white; semi-hardy. 

390 2% inch pot, 18/24 in 1 20 10 00 

KUDZU (Pueraria Thunbergiana) 

Large foliage; rosy-purple, pea-shaped flowers in small racemes. 

1900 2 Year, Medium 95 8 00 

1100 " No. 1 1 20 10 00 

MATRIMONY VINE (Lycium Chinensis) 

Small purple flowers followed by red fruit; a vigorous, woody vine. 

100 2 Year. Medium . 80 7 00 

150 " No. 1 1 20 10 00 

POLYGONUM (Fleeceflower: Silver Lace Vine) 

Auberti (Chinese Fleecevine) Light green leaves; foamy sprays of white flowers. 

730 2 Year, Medium 1 70 14 00 

720 * No. 1 ._■ 2 10 18 00 



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CLIMBING VINES — ( Continued) 

WISTERIA Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
American, Frutescens. Short racemes of lilac-purple flowers; dark green foliage. 

200 2 Year, Medium $ 95 $ 8 00 $ 

300 " No 1 1 40 12 00 

Chinese Blue, Sinensis. Long racemes of purple flowers. 

150 2 Year, Medium 95 8 00 

200 " No. 1 1 40 12 00 

100 " Medium from blooming wood 1 80 15 00 

170 " No. 1 " " " 2 90 25 00^ 



Chinese White, Sinensis Alba. White form of above. 

30 2 Year, Medium from blooming wood 2 40 20 00 

40 " No. 1 " " " 2 90 25 00 

Multijuga Blue, Japanese Wisteria. Deep blue flowers in clusters, sometimes two 
feet long. Strong grower, 

115 2 Year, Medium 1 70 14 00 

70 " No. 1 2 10 18 00 

Multijuga White, Japanese White Wisteria. Pure white flowers in long clusters. 
40 2 Year, Medium 1 70 14 00 

60 " No. 1 2 10 18 00 



HEDGING 

Lighter grade than regular shrub grade; strong hedging grade. 



BARBERRY, Berberis 

Atropurpurea, Red Leaved Barberry Per 100 Per 1000 

1960 6 to 9 in., 2 year seedlings, branched $ 1 80 $ 15 00 

1000 9 to 12 in. " " " 3 50 30 00 

10400 12 to 15 in., " " " 5 00 45 00 

24800 15 to 18 in., " " " 7 00 60 00 

6850 18 to 24 in., " " " 8 50 75 00 

Thunbergi, Japanese Barberry 

11000 4 to 6 in., 1 year seedlings 40 3 50 

30000 6 to 9 in., " " 60 5 00 

25000 9 to 12 in., " " 90 8 00 

3700 9 to 12 in. 2 Year " branched 1 00 9 00 

30000 12 to 18 in. " " " 1 80 15 00 

15000 18 to 24 in. " " 2 60 22 00 

1400 9 to 12 in. " transplants branched 2 90 25 00 

5400 12 to 15 in. " " " 4 50 40 00 

BUCKTHORN, Rhanmus 
Catharticus 

2400 6 to 12 in 80 7 00 

5000 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

14500 18 to 24 in 1 80 15 00 

12500 2 to 3 ft 2 50 22 00 

CARAGANA, Siberian Pea Tree 
Arborescens 

10000 6 to 12 in 70 6 00 

18000 12 to 18 in 90 8 00 

16000 18 to 24 in 1 40 12 00 

7000 2 to 3 ft 1 90 16 00 

HONEYSUCKLE 
Tatarian Pink 

250 9 to 12 in 2 10 18 00 

720 12 to 18 in 4 00 35 00 

370 18 to 24 in 5 50 50 00 



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HEDGING— ( Continued) 

HONEYSUCKLE— ( Continued) 

Tatarian Red Per 100 Per 1000 

900 12 to 18 in $ 4 00 $ 35 00 

670 18 to 24 in 5 50 50 00 

Tatarian White 

70 9 to 12 in 1 80 

800 12 to 18 in 4 00 35 00 

60 18 to 24 in 5 00 



MULBERRY, Morus 
Russian, Tatarica 

5500 12 to 18 in 70 6 00 

5000 18 to 24 in 1 00 9 00 

3000 2 to 3 ft 1 40 12 00 

PRIVET— See Ornamental Shrubs. 

RUSSIAN OLIVE, Elaeagnus Angustilolia. 

1500 6 to 12 in 80 7 00 

4500 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

4000 18 to 24 in 1 90 16 00 

4000 2 to 3 ft 2 60 22 00 

SPIREA, Van Houtte 

11500 9 to 12 in 1 40 12 00 

4800 10 to 15 in 2 10 18 00 

5000 12 to 18 in 2 90 25 00 

4300 18 to 24 in 4 00 35 00 

1400 2 to 3 ft 5 00 45 00 



EVERGREENS 

(Balled and Burlapped) 

Our Evergreens are all grown at good distances for symmetrical development, are 
root and top-pruned into handsome, shapely trees that will transplant successfully 
if given average care. 

Evergreens that are selected and marked by customers in the Nursery will carry 
a ten per cent additional charge above the following listed prices. 

ALL EVERGREENS ARE SOLD WITH THE DISTINCT UNDERSTANDING 
THAT IF THEY ARRIVE IN GOOD CONDITION AND ARE ACCEPTED, OUR 
RESPONSIBILITY CEASES. 

The height given below represents the average height of the different varieties, 
if left to grow naturally. Size can be controlled by shearing trees used in foundation 
and other landscape plantings. 

Customers desiring Evergreens with roots puddled can secure them at the follow- 
ing reductions in price: 

18 to 24 in. at 150 ea.; 2 to 3 ft. at 200 ea. 



ABIES (Fir) 
Balsamea (Balsam) 50-60 ft. 

Cone-shaped; dark green leaves; wood sometimes used for lumber. 



Per 10 Per 100 

3 to 4 ft $ 17 50 $ 

4 to 5 ft 22 50 

5 to 6 ft 30 00 

6 to 7 ft 37 50 

7 to 8 ft 42 50 

10 to 12 ft 75 00 

12 to 14 ft 90 00 

Concolor (White) 70-80 ft. 

Long, soft, grayish-blue needles. One of the finest evergreens of this type. 

2 to 2y 2 ft 18 50 

2% to 3 ft 22 50 

4 to 5 ft 37 50 



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EVERGREENS — ( Continued ) 

ABIES (Fir)— (Continued) 
Douglasi (Douglas) (Pseudotsuga Douglasi) 70-80 ft. 

Bluish-green foliage. One of our most important Evergreen trees. Stands crowd- 



ing well, considerable shade, and responds to trimming. Per 10 Per 100 

6 to 7 ft $ 40 00 $ 

7 to 8 ft 50 00 

8 to 9 ft 60 00 

9 to 10 ft 75 00 

JUNIPERUS (Juniper) 

Chinensis Mascula (Pyramidal Chinese Juniper) 15-20 ft. 
Adaptable to extremes of temperature. 

2% to 3 ft 19 00 

3 to 3% ft... 22 50 

Chinensis Pfitzeriana (Pfitzer Juniper) 6-8 ft. spread. 

Dark grey-green foliage; graceful low, irregular spreading form. Remarkably 
adaptable to various conditions and soils. Very hardy. 

18 to 24 in spread 19 00 175 00 

2% to 3 ft. " 30 00 

3% to 4 ft " 45 00 

4 to 5 ft. " 55 00 

5 to 6 ft. " 65 00 

Chinensis Pfitzeriana 

Staked Upright-The Pfitzer at its best. A splendid tree to fill the popular de- 
mand for intermediate height. Will stand considerable shade. 

2 to 2% ft. upright 32 50 

2% to 3 ft. " 37 50 

Chinensis Pyramidalis Glauca (Blue Columnar Juniper) 15-20 ft. 

Glaucous blue color; sharp prickly leaves. Does well in hot dry locations. 

2y 2 to 3 ft 20 00 

3 to 3% ft 25 00 

3y 2 to 4 ft 30 00 

4 to 5 ft 35 00 

Chinensis Pyramidalis Green (Green Columnar Juniper) 15-20 ft. 
The description of the blue form applies also to the green. 

2% to 3 ft 20 00 

3 to 3% ft 25 00 

3% to 4 ft 30 00 

Communis Canadensis (Common Juniper) 2Vz to 3 ft. 

Vase-shaped branch formation, grayish-green. Very hardy. 

15 to 18 in 9 00 

Communis Depressa Plumosa (Andorra Juniper) 5 ft. spread. 

A dwarf spreading Juniper of silvery green color; foliage turns to pinkish- 
purple cr purple color in Autumn, a distinct color which it holds until Spring. 

15 to 18 in. spread 11 00 100 00 

18 to 24 in. " 14 00 125 00 

2 to 2% ft. " 16 50 150 00 

2% to 3 ft. " 20 00 

3 to 3% ft. " 27 50 

3% to 4 ft. " 32 50 

Communis Hibernioa (Irish Juniper) 6-8 ft. 

Very symmetrical in outline; glaucous green foliage. Distinct and beautiful. 

18 to 24 in 9 50 85 00 

2 to 2% ft 11 00 

2Vz to 3 ft 14 00 

3 to 4 ft 17 50 



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EVERGREENS — (Continued) 

JUNIPERUS (Juniper)— (Continued) 

Excelsa Stricta (Spiny Greek Juniper) 4-5 ft. Per 10 Per 100 

Very dwarf, broad pyramidal habit; a fine glaucous color. Well adapted for 
foundation plantings and other situations where dwarf trees are required. 

15 to 18 in $ 10 00 $ 

18 to 24 in 14 00 125 00 

Horizontals (Prostrate Juniper) 6-8 ft. 

Long trailing stems with upright spreading branches; dark green foliage. 

15 to 18 in 9 00 85 00 

18 to 24 in 12 00 110 00 

2 to 2% ft 16 50 150 00 

2% to 3 ft 19 00 175 00 

3 to 3% ft 25 00 

3% to 4 ft 30 00 

4 to 5 ft 35 00 

Horizontals Douglasi (Waukegan Jumper) 5-6 ft. spread 

Soft, bluish-green, whipcord foliage, has purplish cast in winter. 

15 to 18 in 11 00 100 00 

18 to 24 in 12 50 

2 to 2% ft 16 50 150 00 

2% to 3 ft 17 50 

Sabina (Savin Juniper) 3-4 ft. 

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

15 to 18 in. spread 14 00 125 00 

18 to 24 in " 16 50 150 00 

2 to 2V 2 ft. " 18 50 

Sabina Tamariscifolia (Tamarix Savin) 6-8 ft spread. 

A beautiful trailing form of Savin. Foliage is of soft texture, green with bluish 
undertone; holds its color well in winter. 

15 to 18 in 19 00 175 00 

18 to 24 in 22 00 200 00 

Sabina Von Enron (Von Enron Juniper) 8-10 ft. Deep rich green foliage. Ir- 
regular spreading form with semi-upright branches. 

18 to 24 in 10 00 

2 to 2% ft 12 50 

2% to 3 ft 15 00 

Scopolorum (Colorado Silver Juniper) 25-30 ft. 

Seedling form of the widely known and valuable Western Juniper. 

2 to 2% ft - 19 00 175 00 

2% to 3 ft : 22 00 200 00 

3 to 3% ft 27 50 250 00 

Scopolorum Argentea (Blue Moon) 18-20 ft. 

Bushy, broad pyramid; silvery-blue color, fine delicate foliage. 

2% to 3 ft 27 50 

3 to 3% ft 32 50 



Scopolorum Chandler's Silver. 18-20 ft. 

A very silvery-blue color; a compact grower with fine delicate foliage. 

2% to 3 ft 27 50 

Scopolorum Columnaris. 18-20 ft. 

A selected type with narrow, upright growth; grey-green foliage. 

2V 2 to 3 ft 26 50 

3 to 3% ft 30 00 

Scopolorum Marshall's. 18-20 ft. 

Columnar growth; light frosty blue foliage; a valuable addition to our splendid 
assortment of fine ornamental Evergreens. 

2y 2 to 3 ft 26 50 

3 to 3% ft 30 00 

3% to 4 ft 35 00 



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EVERGREENS— (Continued ) 



JUNIPERUS (Juniper)— (Continued) 
Scopolorum Viridifolia (North Star Juniper) 18-20 ft. 

Light shiny green, whipcord foliage; pyramidal growth. Per 10 Per 100 

2% to 3 ft $ 26 50 $ 

3% to 4 ft 35 00 

Squamata Meyeri (Meyer Juniper) 3-4 ft. 

Beautiful gray-blue foliage toned with green, white and pinkish-red. Very dwarf 
variety; low, irregular habit, but not prostrate. 

15 to 18 in 13 50 

18 to 24 in 16 50 

Virginiana (Red Cedar) 30-40 ft. 

Upright growth with dark green foliage, sometimes silver. Excellent pyramidal 
tree if kept sheared. 

9 to 12 in. XX (Once sheared) (not B&B) 1 40 12 00 

18 to 24 in. XX ( " " ) ( " " ) 2 10 18 00 

2V 2 to 3 ft. sheared 12 00 110 00 

3 to 3 % ft. " 15 50 140 00 

3 % to 4 ft. " 16 50 

15 x 15 in., globe sheared 10 00 

18 x 18 in., " " 12 50 

Virginiana Burki (Burk's Juniper) 10-15 ft. 

Dark steel-blue foliage; upright, broad, symmetrical habit of growth. 

2% to 3 ft 25 00 

3 to ZVz ft 30 00 

3% to 4 ft 35 00 

4 to 5 ft 40 00 _1 

Virginian Eleganfissima Lee (Gold Tip Red Cedar) .12-15 ft. 

A broad pyramidal tree; branches have bright yellow tips, turning bronze in 
winter. 

2% to 3 ft. staked upright 27 50 

3 to 3V 2 ft. " " 32 50 

Virginiana Glauca (Silver Red Cedar) 18-20 ft. 

Uniquely attractive; the broadly conical form and beautiful glaucous blue fol- 
iage make it one of the choicest Junipers. 

2V 2 to 3 ft. sheared 27 50 250 00 

3 to 3% ft. " 30 00 

4 to 5 ft. " 40 00 

6 to 7 ft. not sheared 55 00 

7 to 8 ft. " " - 65 00 

Virginiana Globosa (Globe Red Cedar) 3-4 ft. 

Dwarf, compact, natural globe habit of growth. Fine rich green foliage. 

18 x 18 in. ... 16 00 

24 x 24 in 22 50 

Virginiana Keteleeri. 15-18 ft. 

Medium sized pyramidal tree of light green color, does not turn brown in win- 
ter. A fine disease resistant, hardy variety. 

2% to 3 ft . 25 00 

3 to 3% ft 30 00 

3% to 4 ft 35 00 

Virginiana Pyramidalis (Pyramidal Red Cedar) 10-12 ft. 

Intense green foliage, narrow columnar habit with branches ascending upward. 
2% to 3 ft 25 00 

Virginiana Pyramidiformis (Dundee Juniper) 15-20 ft. 

Compact symmetrical growth; green foliage, changes to deep purple in winter. 
2% to 3 ft 30 00 

3 to 3% ft 32 50 

3% to 4 f t 37 50 

4 to 5 ft 45 00 

5 to 6 ft 55 00 



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— EXTRA LARGE JUNIPERS — 

We also have a quantity of large Junipers including grafted types of 
Chinese, Scopulorum, and Virginiana Junipers running in sizes between eight 
and twelve feet. Many of these trees are specimen trees. They cover a large 
variety list with only a few trees of a variety and for this reason we have not 
listed them under regular variety heading. If you need large Junipers be sure 
to have us show you these trees and quote you prices. 



EVERGREEN S— ( Continued) 

LARIX (Larch) 

Europea (European) 40-50 ft. Per 10 Per 100 

A deciduous conifer. Soft, light green foliage changes to yellow in the fall. 

4 to 5 ft $ 16 00 $ 

5 to 6 ft 22 50 

6 to 8 ft 30 00 

8 to 10 ft 37 50 

PICEA (Spruce) 
Canadensis (White) 60-70 ft. 

Broad pyramidal habit, dense growth. Light green foliage. Very hardy. 

5 to 6 ft 22 50 

6 to 7 ft 27 50 



Canadensis (Globe Sheared) 

24 x 24 in 10 00 

30 x 30 in 12 50 

36 x 36 in 15 00 

42 x 42 in 17 50 

48 x 48 in 20 00 

Canadensis Albertiana (Blaek Hill Spruce) 40-50 ft. 

Usually symmetrical, compact and bushy; foliage varies from green to blue- 
green. Retains its branches close to the ground even in old trees. 

18 to 24 in 10 00 90 00 

2 to 2% ft 14 00 125 00 

3% to 4 ft 22 00 200 00 

4 to 5 ft 27 50 250 00 

5 to 6 ft 36 00 325 00 

6 to 7 ft 40 00 

7 to 8 ft 50 00 

24 x 24 in. globe sheared 14 00 125 00 

30 x 30 in. " " 16 50 150 00 

36 x 36 in. " " 19 00 175 00 

42 x 42 in. " " 20 00 

Excelsa (Norway Spruce) 60-70 ft. 

A lofty, noble tree of open, pyramidal habit; dark green foliage. 

18 to 24 in 8 50 75 00 

3 to 4 ft 14 00 125 00 

4 to 5 ft. . _ - 16 50 150 00 

5 to 6 ft 27 50 250 00 

6 to 7 ft 30 00 

7 to 8 ft 40 00 

Pungens Glauoa Moerheimi (Moerheim's Blue Spruce) 60-70 ft. 

The impressive aristocrat of the evergreen family. Bright, intense blue; com- 
pact, uniform development and broadly pyramidal specimens. 

2 to 2% ft 37 50 

2% to 3 ft 42 50 

6 to 7 ft 150 00 

7 to 8 ft 175 00 

8 to 9 ft 200 00 

9 to 10 ft 225 00 

10 to 11 ft 250 00 

11 to 12 ft 275 00 

12 to 14 ft 300 00 



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EVERGREENS— ( Continued ) 

PINUS (Pine) 
Banksiana (Jack Pine) 40-50 ft. 

A rugged pine; fast, irregular growth; very hardy. Short, green foliage. 

Per 10 Per 100 

2 to 3 ft $ 8 00 $ 

3 to 4 ft 10 00 

4 to 5 ft 17 50 

Ponderosa (Western Yellow or Bull Pine) 60-70 ft. 

A hardy, upright tree, very deep rooted and drouth resistant. 

2 to 3 ft 14 00 

4 to 5 ft 25 00 

5 to 6 ft 32 50 



Sylvestris (Scotch Pine) 60-70 ft. 

Foliage, light green with bluish cast; reddish-brown branches form a rounded 
head: will thrive in almost all soils. Very hardy. 

2 to 3 ft 11 00 100 00 

9 to 10 ft 55 00 

PSEUDOTSUGA (See Abies) 
TAXUS 

Cuspidata (Spreading Japanese Yew) 5-6 ft. 

Rich dark green foliage; spreading, bushy habit. Plant in shaded location for 
best results. Valuable for hedging and foundation planting. 

15 to 18 in. 19 00 175 00 

18 to 24 in 25 00 225 00 

THUJA (Arbor Vitae) 

Occidentalis Globosa (American Globe A. V.) 2V 2 3ft. 
Naturally globe-shaped; light green foliage. 

15 x 15 in 8 00 75 00 

18 x 18 in 11 00 100 00 

24 x 24 in 12 50 

Occidentalis Pyramidalis (American Pyramidal A. V.) 20-30 ft. 

A dense, compact type of good green color, narrow and pyramidal in habit. 

2 to 3 ft 16 50 150 00 

Occidentalis Vervaeneana (Vervaene A. V.) 10-12 ft. 

Dark green foliage retaining its color throughout the winter. 

3 to 3% ft 15 00 



Occidentalis Wareana (Ware or Siberian A. V.) 6-8 ft. 

Broad, semi-globe habit of growth; heavy, dark green foliage. Hardy. 

15 to 18 in 7 50 

18 to 24 in 10 00 

2 to 2V 2 ft 12 50 

2% to 3 ft 15 00 

Orientalis (Biota) (Chinese A. V.) 20-25 ft. 

A broadly pyramidal tree, native of Asia; dense, compact dark green foliage. 

4 to 5 ft 14 00 125 00 

5 to 6 ft 15 00 

Orientalis Aurea Nana (Berkman's Golden A. V.) 8-10 ft. 

Dwarf, compact, symmetrical grower; green foliage tipped golden yellow. 

15 to 18 in 7 50 

18 to 24 in 10 00 

2 to 2V 2 ft 13 50 

2% to 3 ft 17 50 

3 to 3% ft 22 50 



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ROSES 

TEA, HYBRID TEA, AND EVERBLOOMING ROSES 

(**) Double starred varieties can be supplied in both Texas and Western grown 
stock. (*) Single starred varieties, Western grown only. (§) varieties, Texas grown 
only. 

Per 10 Per 100 

Assorted as follows, No. 1 $ 2 10 $ 18 00 

No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

No. 2 1 20 10 00 

' No. 1 No. iy 2 No. 2 

**Ami Quinard, dark velvety crimson, almost black; fragrant 930 280 

♦Betty Uprichard, orange carmine, soft pink inside 310 90 70 

♦♦Condesa de Sastago, coppery-pink inside, golden reverse __ 730 250 100 

♦♦Dame Edith Helen, bright glowing pink; perfectly formed 930 190 210 

**Editor McFarland, shapely brilliant pink blooms; profuse 420 270 90 

§Gruss an Teplitz, deep scarlet crimson flowers in clusters 470 750 450 

♦Hadley, large, double, flowers of rich crimson; fragrant _ 380 100 50 

§Lady Hillingdon, deep apricot yellow 90 100 

♦Los Angeles, flame-pink toned coral, golden yellow base-- 340 460 

♦Margaret McGredy, brilliant red, with golden base 460 260 50 

*McGredy's Scarlet, large, full flowers of brilliant scarlet.- 340 280 100 

§Mrs. Chas. Bell (Radiance Blush) soft salmon-pink 190 180 160 

**Mrs. Erskin P. Thorn, canary-yellow; free-flowering 400 530 60 

*Mrs. Pierre S. du Pont, deep yellow- fragrant 840 310 190 

♦♦President Herbert Hoover, cerise, yellow, orange and 

scarlet 1130 820 120 

**Radiance, large, brilliant rose-pink; very fragrant 1830 720 330 

♦♦Red Radiance, bright rosy-red, free-blooming 1010 810 170 

**Soeur Therese, double rich yellow blooms 420 250 120 

**Souv. d'Claudius Pernet, pure sunflower yellow 300 740 200 

♦Talisman, yellow, coppery-red and orange-rose 1040 530 

TEA, HYBRID TEA, AND EVERBLOOMING ROSES 

Per 10 Per 100 

Assorted as follows, No. 1 $ 2 40 $ 20 00 

No. 1% 1 80 15 00 

No. 2 1 20 10 00 

No. 1 No. iy 2 No. 2 

* Autumn, burnt-orange and red; long stems, blooms freely 240 220 100 

§Bedford Crimson, double blooms of bright crimson 240 120 120 

♦♦Briarcliff, a very popular soft rose-pink sport of Columbia 380 320 80 

♦Caledonia, long buds, large, double, blooms of pure white.- 370 430 210 

§Chas. K. Douglas, scarlet-crimson; a sturdy bush 430 220 120 

§Columbia, glistening rose-pink, vigorous; very fragrant 290 150 

♦Duquesa de Panaranda, apricot-orange to dark pink 520 190 50 

♦Edel, white with faint ivory shading; fragrant 460 150 

♦Edith Krause, enormous double white blooms 40 40 20 

♦♦Edith Nellie Perkins, delicate cerise-pink and gold 380 260 210 

♦♦E. G. Hill, massive blooms of velvety-maroon; very 

fragrant 570 500 

♦♦Etoile de Holland, one of the best dark red roses 600 1070 350 

♦Gipsy Lass, double blooms of dark glowing scarlet 

crimson 190 



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ROSES— (Continued) 



TEA, HYBRID TEA and EVERBLOOMING ROSES— (Continued) 





No. 1 


No. 1% 


No. 2 


**Golden Dawn double fvs.gv3.Yit sunflower yellow 


4.70 


150 


60 


*Golden Rapture, double blooms of rich yellow 


100 


120 




*Grenoble double scarl p t-red' blooms profusely 


380 


380 






270 


240 




§Irish Charm, semi-double, blush pink toned apricot 


150 


160 


60 


**Joanna Hill, double blooms of golden buff; fragrant 


480 


500 




*J. Otto Thilow, full flowers of rich rose-pink 


20 


140 


70 


**Kaiserin A. Victoria, free-flowering, double, pure white 


900 


590 




♦Lady Forte voit, bright golden yellow shaded apricot 


210 


160 


70 


*Dady Margaret Stewart, deep yellow flushed orange-red 


410 


400 


100 


^'Leonard Barron, rich pink, salmon and orange 




290 


20 


*L.ucie Marie, vellow shaded apricot-cerise 


400 


60 


40 


*Max Krause, one of the best yellow garden roses . . . 


90 


240 


100 


*Mevrouw G. A. Van Rossem, orange-brown heavily veined 


200 


100 


150 


*Miss Rowena Thorn, pink blooms, golden base 


240 


170 


40 


*Mme. Jules Bouche, white with blush tints at center 


230 


200 




*Mrs. Henrv Bowles, salmon-pink; profuse 






180 


*Mrs. Dovell Swisher, salmon-pink edged flesh pink 


430 


40 




^Olympiad, large, vivid, scarlet, under-toned yellow 


130 


70 


50 


*Ophelia, salmon flesh, light vellow at base _ 


150 


190 


110 


*Rev. F. Page-Roberts, yellow stained reddish-buff 


190 


100 


80 


*Rosivn, full, golden yellow and orange blooms 


440 


150 




*Souv. d'Georges Fernet, brick-red to orange-rose.- ._ - 


220 


90 


90 


*Souv. Mme. C. Chambard, well shaped blooms of coral-pink 


690 


200 


190 


**Sunburst, rich yellow shaded orange . . _ . 


170 


210 


70 


*Sunkist, double blooms of coppery-orange. . 


290 


90 


20 



TEA, HYBRID TEA, AND EVERBEOOMTNG 
Western Grown 

Per 10 Per 100 



Assorted as follows, No. 1, except as noted . 


$ 


2 75 


$ 24 ( 


" No. 1% " " " _____ 




2 10 


18 ( 


" " " No. 2 " " " 




1 40 


12 1 




No. 1 


No. 1% 


No.: 


Cynthia, scarlet-carmine toned gold at base 


140 


80 




Fredarico Casas, cinnamon pink, gold; double 


290 


110 


50 


Glowing Carmine, fragrant flowers of deep carmine 


220 


70 


30 


Hinrich Gaede, rich vermilion shaded golden yellow 


450 


460 


40 


Katherine Pechtold, soft coppery orange flushed old-gold . _ . 


190 


160 


120 


McGredy's Ivory, ivory-white, perfectly shaped .. 


220 


370 




McGredy's Yellow, perfectly formed, bright buttercup yellow 


260 


120 


80 


Mme. Jos. Perraud, beautiful shade of golden buff 


140 


50 


370 


Mrs. Sam McGredy, coppery scarlet-orange _. 


570 


380 


100 


Pink Dawn, deep rose-pink, lightly toned orange 


210 


260 


100 


Rouge Mallerin, lasting velvety red, very double 


280 


320 


260 


Sir Henry Seagrave, lasting flowers of primrose-yellow 


320 


220 


100 


Southport, clean bright scarlet, very desirable 


250 


150 


50 


Temno, rich velvety maroon; strongly perfumed 220 


(§ 30<. 






Victoria Harrington, large red blooms; fragrant 


70 


320 


160 



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1940 


















Per 10 


Per 100 


Assorted as follows, except as noted, No. 1 




$ 2 10 


$ 18 00 


H »> >> » »> » TNT^ -11/ 




JL / U 


i a An 
14 LKJ 


No. 2 




1 20 


10 00 




No.l 


No. 1% 


No. 2 


American Beauty, very popular eerise-red - _-380 


@ 200 


480 @ 160 





Frau Karl Druschki, very popular large pure white - 


230 


350 


30 


General Jacqueminot, old favorite, dark red rose. . - 


130 


230 


130 


Mme. Albert Barbier, salmon, tinted yellow . _ _ __ 


60 


120 


50 


Mrs. John Laing, double, soft pink flowers __ _ 


80 


100 


50 


Paul Neyron, gigantic rose-pink, fragrant. 


200 


260 


90 


Ulrich Brunner, large blooms of cherry-red _ _ 


260 


130 


50 



FLORIBUNDA ROSES 

A new classification of hardy everblooming roses for mass color effects. The 
habit of growth is of medium height. They are very winter hardy, therefore, per- 
manent, disease resistant, and bloom continuously from early summer until Frost. 

The Floribunda varieties should be planted in groups of three or more of a kind. 
They are recommended for use among the shrubs for continuous color, as hedges or 
as borders, as massed bed plantings for parks and along roadsides. 

Per 10 Per 100 

Betty Prior, Plant Patent Pending. Enormous rose-pink single 

flowers in clusters . (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50) No. 1..$ 5 50 $ 50 00 

Carillon, orange-scarlet, long-pointed buds; blooms profusely. Plant 

Patent 136. (Retails 850 each; 3 for $2.15) No. 1 4 50 40 00 

Donald Prior, Plant Patent Pending. One of the most floriferous 
of all roses. Produces extremely large fragrant flowers of 



scarlet-crimson. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50) No. 1 


5 50 


50 00 


Else Poulsen, lasting bright rose-pink flowers, semi-double. 


No. 1__ 


1 90 


16 00 


No. 1% 




1 40 


12 00 


Gruss an Aachen, large, light flesh-pink and salmon yellow 


flowers. 


No. 1 




1 90 


16 00 


No 1H 




1 40 


12 00 


Kirsten Poulsen, large single crimson flowers in great sprays. No. 1 


1 90 


16 00 


No. 1% 




1 40 


12 00 


Mrs. R. M. Finch, rosy pink; blooms profusely. No. 1 _ 




1 90 


16 00 


No. 1% 




1 40 


12 00 


Pink Gruss an Aachen, deep salmon rose. No. 1 _ 




1 90 


16 00 


No. 1% 




1 40 


12 00 


World's Fair, Plant Patent Pending. FIRST award — "All American 


Rose Selection" for Floribundas 1940. Very large 


velvety 






blooms of blackish scarlet; golden stamens. Fragrant. (Re- 






tails SLOP! ea.r.h: 3 for $2.70') No. 1 




6 00 




BABY or DWARF POLYANTHA ROSES 


Per 10 


Per 100 


Assorted as follows, No. 1, except as noted . 


$ 


1 90 


$ 16 00 


No. 1% " " " 




1 40 


12 00 


No. 2 " " " 




1 15 


9 00 




No. 1 


No. 1% 


No. 2 


Oameo, shell pink and salmon with a glow of gold 


340 


550 


180 


Crimson Baby, small, semi-double crimson flowers _ 


140 


140 


70 


Ellen Poulsen, rose-pink flowers of large size; fragrant 


280 


170 


60 


Else Poulsen, See Floribunda Roses ... 


200 


160 


50 


Gloria Mundi, orange-scarlet; very striking 


80 (a 14c 


120© 10c 


90@7c 


Golden Salmon, striking reddish-orange flowers 


170 


140 




Gruss an Aachen — See Floribunda Roses.. . 


250 


240 


60 


Ideal, dark scarlet in immense compact clusters. - 


360 @ 14c' 


180 ©100 


60@7tf 


Kirsten Poulsen — See Floribunda Roses 


30 


100 


20 


Miss Edith Cavell, scarlet crimson-white center _ 


150 @ 140 


50@l(ty 




Mrs. R. M. Finch — See Floribunda Roses _ _ 


40 


50 




Pink Gruss an Aachen — See Floribunda Roses . _ _ ____ 


300 


240 


60 


Sparkler, sparkling red flowers 


360 ©140 


CSO^IOC 140©7c 


Triumph d'Orleans, semi-double crimson flowers 


180 


120 


70 


White Baby, Katherine Zeimet, fragrant 


280 


200 


60 



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ROSES— (Continued) 
CLIMBERS AND RAMBLERS 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 



American Pillar, crimson-pink. Large white center. 

180 No. 1 $1 70 $14 00 $ 

120 No. 1% 1 20 10 00 

Chaplin's Pink Climber, pure pink flowers. 

220 No. 1 2 10 18 00 

130 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

Climbing American Beauty, crimson flowers in clusters. 

420 No. 1 2 10 18 00 150 00 

500 No. 1% 1 55 13 00 110 00 

Climbing: K. A. Victoria, double, white flowers, lemon center. 

130 No. 1 2 10 18 CO 

80 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

Climbing: Pres. H. Hoover, maroon orange and gold. 

60 No. 1 2 10 18 00 4 

130 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

Climbing Talisman, yellow, stained red and orange-rose. 

170 No. 1 2 10 18 00 

80 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

Crimson Rambler, scarlet crimson flower in large clusters. 

550 No. 1 1 70 14 00 120 00 

490 No. 1% 1 25 10 50 90 00 

Dorothy Perkins, miniature shell pink flowers in clusters. 

450 No. 1 1 40 12 00 100 00 

400 No. 1% 95 8 00 70 00 

Dr. "Van Fleet, large, flesh-pink flowers on long stems. 

330 No. 1 2 10 18 00 150 00 

350 No. 1% 1 55 13 00 110 00 

Excelsa, intense scarlet, large clusters of small flowers. 

560 No. 1 1 40 12 00 100 00 

520 No. 1% 95 8 00 70 00 

Gardenia, creamy-yellow flowers in small sprays. 

420 No. 1 1 70 14 00 120 00 

320 No. 1% 1 25 10 50 90 00 

Jacotte, semi-double orange-yellow tinted coppery-red. 

400 No. 1 2 10 18 00 

220 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

Mary Wallace, semi-double large, vivid pink flowers; hardy. 

300 No. 1 1 90 16 00 

120 No. 1% 1 40 12 00 

Mercedes Gallart, perfect blooms of lovely cerise; fragrant. 

170 No. 1 2 10 18 00 

180 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

Paul's Scarlet Climber, large, intense scarlet flowers. 

1110 No. 1 2 10 18 00 150 00 

580 No. 1% — 1 55 13 00 110 00 

Primrose, double, canary-yellow flowers; hardy. 

80 No. 1 2 10 18 00 

50 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

Scorcher, ruffled, semi-double flowers of brilliant scarlet. 

200 No. 1 2 10 18 00 

60 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

Seven Sisters, red to blush-pink. 

150 No. 1 1 40 12 00 

50 No. 1% 1 15 9 00 



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ROSES — (Continued) 

CLIMBERS AND RAMBLERS— (Continued) 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

Silver Moon, creamy-white cupped flowers of gigantic size. 

180 No. 1 $1 90 $16 00 $ 

90 No. 1% 1 40 12 00 

Staechelin, large, perfumed pale pink flowers; hardy. 

240 No. 1 2 10 18 00 

200 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 

Tauscendschon, hardy; large clusters, soft pink to white. 

560 No. 1 1 70 14 00 120 00 

540 No. iy 2 1 25 10 30 90 00 

White Dorothy Perkins, small creamy-white flowers. 

460 No. 1 1 40 12 00 100 00 

400 No. 1V 2 95 8 00 70 00 

Wichuriana (Memorial Rose) Starry white flowers, trailing habit. 

370 No. 1 2 10 18 00 150 00 

310 No. 1% 1 70 14 00 120 00 



RUGOSA, HYBRDDS AND MISCELLANEOUS 

Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 
Agnes, double, lasting flowers of amber-yellow; fragrant 

200 12 to 18 in $1 80 $15 00 $ 

200 18 to 24 in 2 40 20 00 

Amelia Gravereaux, dark purplish red flowers; fragrant. 

210 12 to 18 in 1 70 14 00 

200 18 to 24 in 2 10 18 00 

Austrian Copper, single, intense coppery-red, reverse of pet- 
als golden yellow; hardy and vigorous. 

310 12 to 18 in 1 40 12 00 

460 18 to 24 in 2 00 17 00 150 00 

Belle Poitevine, very large, magenta-pink flowers. 

480 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

450 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 120 00 

Blanda, Meadow Rose, single, soft pink flowers; hardy. 

350 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 85 00 

460 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 120 00 

650 2 to 3 ft 2 25 19 00 160 00 

C. F. Meyer, very large, double silvery pink flowers. 

120 12 to 18 in 1 29 10 00 

250 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

Dr. Eckener, vellow tinted orange and coppery-rose. 

225 12 to 18 in 1 20 10 00 

200 18 to 24 in 1 70 14 00 

100 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 

F. J. Grootendorst, small, fringed flowers of bright red. 

990 12 to 18 in 1 40 12 00 100 00 

1730 18 to 24 in 2 00 16 50 140 00 

Grootendorst Pink, pink variety of F. J. Grootendorst. 

230 12 to 18 in 1 40 12 00 

360 18 to 24 in 1 90 16 00 

Hansa, large, double reddish violet flowers; very hardy. 

640 12 to 18 in 1 40 12 00 100 00 

980 18 to 24 in 2 00 16 50 140 00 

Harrison's Yellow, semi-double bright yellow; early. 

450 12 to 18 in 1 40 12 00 100 00 

320 18 to 24 in 2 00 16 50 140 00 

70 2 to 3 ft 2 10 18 00 



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100 00 
140 00 



ROSES— (Continued) 

RUGOSA, HYBRIDS AND MISCELLANEOUS— (Continued) 

Hugonis, early blooming shrub rose; pale yellow; hardy. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

450 12 to 18 in $ 95 $ 8 00 $ 70 00 

640 18 to 24 in.. 1 40 12 00 100 00 

510 2 to 3 ft 1 75 14 50 125 00 

Lucida, Virginia, Rose, single pink flowers; red fruits. 

300 12 to 18 in 85 00 

120 00 

Persian Yellow, small, double golden yellow blooms. 

590 12 to 18 in 

510 18 to 24 in 

100 2 to 3 ft 

Rubiginosa (Sweet Briar) Single pink; orange-red fruit. 

100 12 to 18 in 

150 18 to 24 in 

300 2 to 3 ft 

Rubrifolia, intensely pink, starry flowers, red foliage. 

150 12 to 18 in 

Rugosa Rubra, large, single dark red, disease resistant. 

1170 12 to 18 in 

1390 18 to 24 in 

840 2 to 3 ft 

Sarah Van Fleet, large vivid-pink flowers; fragrant. 

30 12 to 18 in 

50 18 to 24 in 

Setigera, Prairie Rose, large pink flowers in clusters. 



500 2 to 3 ft 

Sir Thos. Lip ton, snowy white flower freely produced. 

450 12 to 18 in 70 00 

100 00 

Vanguard, immense blooms of orange-salmon; hardy. 



Per 10 


Per 


100 


$ 95 


$ 8 


00 


1 40 


12 


00 


1 75 


14 


50 


1 20 


10 


00 


1 70 


14 


00 


1 40 


12 


00 


2 00 


16 


50 


2 10 


18 


00 


1 15 


9 


00 


1 40 


12 


00 


1 80 


15 


00 


1 20 


10 


00 


1 40 


12 


00 


1 90 


16 


GO 


2 40 


20 


00 


1 70 


14 


00 


2 10 


18 


00 


1 20 


10 


00 


1 70 


14 


00 


2 10 


18 


00 


95 


8 


00 


1 40 


12 


00 


1 40 


12 


00 


1 90 


16 


00 



PATENTED ROSES 

Hybrid Tea Varieties Per 10 Per 100 

Alezane. Plant Patent 116. (Retails $1.25 each; 3 for $3.15) Urn 

shaped buds unfurling from sorrel to rich apricot $ 7 00 $ 60 00 

Alice Harding. Plant Patent 202. (Retails $1.50 each; 3 for $3.75) 

Buds are yellow flaked carmine; open blooms of pure gold ... 9 00 75 00 

Better Times. Plant Patent 23. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50) 

Large, double, brilliant cerise flowers; fragrant 5 50 50 00 

Betty Prior — See Floribunda Roses. 
Carillon — See Floribunda Roses. 

Countess Vandal. Plant Patent 38. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for 

$2.50.) Long buds opening to coppery pink and gold. ... 5 50 50 00 

Donald Prior — See Floribunda Roses. 

Eclipse. Plant Patent 172. (Retails $1.25 each; 3 for $3.15.) Long 

pointed buds, rich golden yellow flowers 7 00 60 00 



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BO SES— ( Continued) 



PATENTED ROSES— (Continued) 

Per 10 Per 100 

Eternal Youth. Plant Patent applied for. (Retails $1.50 each; 3 

for $3.75.) Clear salmon-pink, tinged with gold $ 9 00 $ 75 00 

Gloaming. Plant Patent 137. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50.) 

Satiny pink heavily laden with salmon and amber 5 50 50 00 

Jean Cote. Plant Patent applied for. (Retails $1.50 each; 3 for 

$3.75.) Solid orange flowers, almost brown; free-flowering. _ 9 00 75 00 

Mary Hart. Plant Patent 8. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50.) A 

striking red sport of Talisman 5 50 50 00 

Matador. Plant Patent 170. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50). Large 

crimson blooms with velvety sheen on reverse side; fragrant 5 50 50 00 

McGredy's Triumph. Plant Patent 190. (Retails $1.25 each; 3 for 

$3.15.) Geranium-red to rich orange flowers freely produced-- 7 00 60 00 

McGredy's Sunset. Plant Patent applied for. (Retails $1.50 each; 3 
for $3.75.) Yellow flowers tipped orange flushed scarlet. Un- 
usually fragrant. Sun resistant 9 00 75 00 

Mrs. Francis King. Plant Patent 253. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for 

$2.50). Very large, full white flowers tinted cream 5 50 50 00 

Radiant Beauty. Plant Patent 97. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50.) 
A perfect rose in all weather; an unusual red, petals of an 
eggshell finish. A truly fine new red rose 5 50 50 00 

Bocket. Plant Patent 171. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50.) A very 

double, sweet scented rose of brilliant scarlet red 5 50 50 00 

Borne Glory. Plant Patent applied for. (Retails $1.50 each; 3 for 

$3.75.) Large, crimson-red buds opening into cerise-red blooms 9 00 75 00 

Saturnia. Plant Patent Rights reserved. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for 
$2.50.) Flowers brilliant cardinal-red, reverse salmon-yellow 
and copper 5 50 50 00 

Signora. Plant Patent 201. (Retails $1.25 each; 3 for $3.15.) Flowers 

are of reddish-brown shading to orange 7 00 60 00 

Texas Centennial. Plant Patent 162. (Retails 85^ each; 3 for $2.15.) 

A blood-red sport of the glorious Pres. Hoover 3 50 30 00 

World's Fair — See Floribunda Roses. 

Climbing Varieties 

Blaze. Plant Patent 10. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50.) A new 

scarlet climbing rose of vigorous and hardy growth 5 50 50 00 

Doubloons. Plant Patent 152. (Retails $1.50 each; 3 for $3.75.) 
Very large, cup-shaped saffron-yellow blooms, opening one 
after the other. Excellent yellow climber 9 00 75 00 

Flash. Plant Patent applied for. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.70.) 
First award — "All America Rose Selections" for Climbers 1940. 
The petals are vivid orange-scarlet; flowers open daily for sev- 
eral weeks, beginning early in June 6 00 

New Dawn. Plant Patent 1. (Retails $1.50 each; 3 for $3.75.) Fra- 
grant blush pink flowers in clusters. Everblooming 9 00 75 00 

Will Rogers. Plant Patent 256. (Retails $1.00 each; 3 for $2.50.) 
Double, free flowering dark velvety-crimson maroon. Dark 
green foliage 6 00 50 00 

The above Patented Roses are being handled under license from the Patent Own- 



ers and are for resale at retail only at the established prices named. 



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PERENNIALS 

Our assortment of Hardy Perennial, Alpine and Rock Garden Plants includes a 
very select list of the newer varieties as well as the indispensable old favorites. 

We offer Field Grown, clean, well rooted individual plants that are vigorous and 
free from disease. 

Our Perennials are properly packed with fresh, clean packing material in well 
ventilated boxes. 

All perennials are very perishable and should be shipped by express. 

Perennials offered in this section are bare-root. Starred varieties (*) especially 
suited for rock-garden. 

If you are interested in packaged perennials, bulbs, etc., please write us for our 
special price list of Root-Wrapped Stock. 

NEW AND NOVEL PERENNIALS OF SPECIAL MERIT 

The following Perennials are some of the better recent introductions; varieties 
that have been thoroughly tested and found to be outstanding; varieties that are 
worthy of your consideration. 



ANCHUSA, Aliianet Per 10 Per 100 
*Myosotidiflora, dainty blue flowers resembling forget-me-not 
but borne in branching sprays. Thrives in shade. April- 
May. 12" $ 1 40 $ 12 00 

AQUELEGIA, Columbine. May- June. 

Blue and Lavender Shades, Long-Spurred flowers, a selected 

strain with color running particularly to blue shades. 24" __ 95 8 00 

Crimson Star, an entirely new color in Aquilegias; very large 

flowers with crimson sepals and spurs, white petals. 24" 1 20 10 00 

Pink and Rose Shades, Long-Spurred flowers, a fine selected 

strain with beautiful flowers blending shades of pink. 24".. 95 8 00 

Ruby and Crimson Shades, Long-Spurred flowers, unusually 

attractive flowers of vivid shades of crimson. 24" 95 8 00 

Silver and Cream Shades, Long-Spurred flowers, a striking 

strain producing fragrant silvery-white flowers. 24" 1 20 10 00 

Yellow and Buff Shades, Long-Spurred flowers, a very slender, 

dainty Columbine: blooms profusely. 30" 95 8 00 

ARMERIA, Sea Pink or Thrift 

Glory of Holland, pink ball-shaped clusters of flowers are pro- 
duced continuously throughout the summer. 24" 1 20 10 00 

ASTERS, Hardy Perennial 

Beechwood Challenger, the best of the red Asters; clear crim- 
son red, free flowering.A fine novelty. 3%'. 

2%" Pot Plants 1 80 15 00 

Frikarti, Wonder of Stafa. Lavender-blue flowers of extra 

large size; blooms profusely from June until November. 

2%-3' 1 80 15 00 

Harrington's Pink, a new, true pink flowering Aster, produces 

large pink, flowers abundantly on upright, bushy plants 2 10 18 00 

Red Rover, compact habit, very free flowering; one of the first 

Fall Asters to bloom, not new, but outstanding. 3-4' 95 8 00 



♦ASTERS, Hardy Dwarf. September-October. 

The Dwarf Asters are, while in flower, without exception the 

raort striking border plants in existence. They are truly 

dwarf, very hardy, and bloom profusely. 
Countess of Dudley, luminous pink flowers with bright yellow 



eye; bush growth. 9" 1 20 10 00 

Marjorie, clear, bright rose-pink flowers; compact habit. 8" 1 20 10 00 

Niobe, a true dwarf variety; white, yellow center. 9" 1 40 12 00 

Victor, lavender-blue; compact. Very dwarf. 8" 1 20 10 00 



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PERENNIALS— ( Continued) 

CHRYSANTHEMUMS, Hardy Garden Varieties Per 10 Per 100 

Barbara Cummings, not new, but one of the best; produces 

large golden yellow blooms from September until frost. 2'_-$ 95 $ 8 00 

Pink Cushion, a compact mass of pink flowers freely produced. 

A popular variety, usually flowering in October. 18" 95 8 00 

September Bronze, (Early Bronze) a remarkably early flower- 
ing cut-flower variety; in full bloom early in September. 2' 95 8 00 

DAISY SHASTA, Chrysanthemum Maximum 

Esther Reed, a truly double daisy; produces an abundance of 
pure white flowers of lasting quality on strong stems. 
Blooms from June to October. 18". 

2*4" Pot Plants 3 50 30 00 

DELPHINIUM, Larkspur 

La Martine, dark indigo-blue flowers of large size on long, 
strong stems. Blooms profusely and continuously all sum- 
mer; is not subject to disease. A most desirable variety. 4-5' 1 15 9 00 

DDELYTRA, Bleeding Heart 

Eximia, Fern-Leaved Bleeding Heart. A hardy, worthy variety 
for borders, rock-garden plantings and many other locations. 
Produces a multitude of rose pink flowers in showy racemes 
all summer. 15" 80 7 00 

GATLLARDIA 

Golden Goddess, New Everblooming Gaillardia 

The rich, golden-yellow flowers are very desirable as cut- 
flowers and especially for floral work. June until frost 1 80 15 00 

HEMEROCALLIS, Day Lily 

Hyperion, popular new hybrid variety. Pale yellow, perfectly 

hardy. July- August. 40" 2 90 25 00 

PHLOX, Hardy Perennial 

Augusta, Plant Patent 252. Rich bronzy green foliage, brilliant 
sparkling cherry-red flowers. (Retails $1.50 per 3; $4.50 per 
doz.) 2 50 18 00 

Aurora, florets large, bright pink with salmon glow, light car- 
mine center; immense panicles 1 80 15 00 

Chieftain, clear deep ruby red without shadings; an unusual 

new color that is exceptionally attractive 1 85 12 00 

Columbia, Plant Patent 118. Soft Cameo pink, light blue eye. | 

(Retails $1.10 per 3; $3.30 per doz.) 1 85 12 00 

Mount Hood, the large white flowers are formed into broad 

rounded clusters. A magnificent variety •- 1 80 15 00 

Nordlight, we have seen many varieties of Phlox and Nordlight 
is the most striking of them all. A strong grower ,large indi- 
vidual flowers of carmine-rose, dark red eye 1 20 10 00 

P. D. Williams, another fine variety that we would place at the 
top. Enormous flowers in pyramidal trusses. Soft rose- 
pink, darker eye. Flowers do not cup or bleach 1 40 12 00 

VERONICA, Speedwell 

Blue Spire, a lovely new hybrid of longifolia subsessilis and 
spicata combining the glorious dark color of the former 
with the floriferous habit of the later. July-September. 2". 
2W Pot Plants 1 40 12 00 



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PERENNIALS— ( Continued ) 

HARDY PERENNIAL PLANTS 

ACHILLEA, Milfoil or Yarrow Per 10 Per 100 

Boule de Neige, large, double white flowers. June-Sept. 18" $ 80 $ 7 00 

*ASYSSUM, Rock Madwort 

Saxatile Compactum, bright yellow flowers. April-May. 10" 80 7 00 

Rostratum, yellow flowers, coarse grey foliage. May- July. 12" _ _ 80 7 00 

ANCHUSA, Alkanet 

Dropmore, tall spikes of beautiful blue flowers in June. 3-4 ft. 80 7 00 

Myosotidiflora (See New and Novel Perennials) 1 20 10 00 

ANTHEMIS, Hardy Marguerite 

Tinctoria, golden yellow flowers. Finely cut foliage. June. 2' 80 7 00 

AQUDLEGIA, Columbine. May-June 

Chrysantha, golden-yellow long-spurred flowers; late. 2%' 80 7 00 

Chrysantha Silver Queen, improved long spurred white. 2%'__ 95 8 00 

Coerulea, Rocky Mountain Blue Columbine. One of the finest 

species, violet blue and white, long-spurred flowers. 2' 1 20 10 00 

Crimson Star. (See New and Novel Perennials of Special Merit) 1 20 10 00 

Dobbie's Imperial Hybrids, these new long-spurred Columbines 

are unequalled for their range of color and sturdiness. 2Y 2 ' 1 20 10 00 

Long-Spurred Blue and Lavender Shades. (See New and 

Novel Perennials) 95 8 00 

Long-Spurred Pink and Rose Shades. (See New and Novel 

Perennials) 95 8 00 

Long-Spurred Ruby and Crimson Shades. (See New and Novel 

Perennials) 95 8 00 

Long-Spurred Silver and Cream Shades. (See New and Novel 

Perennials) 1 20 10 00 

Long-Spurred Yellow and Buff Shades. (See New and Novel 

Perennials) 95 8 00 

Long-Spurred Hybrids, a delightful strain of soft colors. 2%'._ 95 8 00 

Mrs. Scott Elliott Hybrids, a dependable and recommended 

strain of long spurred columbines. 2V 2 ' 95 8 00 

+ARABIS, Rock Cress 

Alpina, white fragrant flowers in dense masses. 6" 95 8 00 

ARTEMISIA 

Silver King, fine silver gray foliage. A beautiful "mist" for 

setting off bouquets and floral combinations. 3' 80 7 00 

ASTERS, Hardy, Michaelmas Daisy. September-October. 

Barr's Pink, a selected strain of compact bushy growth; pro- 
duces a mass of medium sized clear pink flowers. 3-4' 80 7 00 

Beechwood Challenger. (See New and Novel Perennials) 2 10 18 00 

Frikarti (See New and Novel Perennials) 2 10 18 00 

Harrington's Pink (See New and Novel Perennials) 2 40 20 00 

Queen Mary, branching panicles of large graceful flowers of a 

pleasing shade of blue tinted lavender. 3%' 80 7 00 

Red Rover. (See New and Novel Perennials) 95 8 00 

White Lady, semi-double pure white flowers. 4' i 80 7 00 



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PERENNIALS— ( Continued) 

* ASTERS, Hardy Dwarf. September-October Per 10 Per 100 

Countess of Dudley. (See New and Novel Perennials) $ 1 20 $ 10 00 

Lady H. Maddocks, pink flowers; compact, free-flowering. 12" 1 20 10 00 

Marjorie. (See New and Novel Perennials) 1 20 10 00 

Nancy, bushy plants covered with pale flesh pink blooms. 12" _ 1 20 10 00 

Niobe. (See New and Novel Perennials) 1 40 12 0Q 

Ronald, flowers are a pleasing shade of bright lilac-pink. 12" _ _ 1 20 10 00 

Snowsprite, graceful plants; semi-double white flowers. 12"___ 1 20 10 00 

Victor. (See New and Novel Perennials) 1 20 10 00 

BOLTONIA, False Chamomile 

Latisquama, pink shaded lavender; aster-like flowers. Sept. 4'_ 80 7 00 

CALAMINTHA, Calamit 

Alpina, graceful rock plant with purple flowers. Aug. 6" 80 7 00 

CAMPANULA, Belleflower 

*Carpatica (Carpathian Harebell) Dwarf. Compact tufts of large, 

clear blue flowers. June-October. 8" 95 8 00 

Calycanthyma (Cup-and-Saucer) 

Blue, Rose, and White, separate colors. June. 2' 95 8 00 

Medium, Single Canterbury Bells; large bell-shaped flowers. 

Blue, Pink, and White, separate colors. June. 2' 95 8 00 



CARNATION, (Dianthus Carophyllus) 

Grenadin (Hardy Outdoor Carnation) A beautiful strain 
blooming in great abundance all summer. 18". King of the 
Blacks, Red, Rose, Salmon, White and Yellow, six choice 



separate colors 80 7 00 

CENTAUREA, Knapweed 

Macrocephala, large, thistle-like, golden yellow flowers; useful 

for cutting and showy in borders. July-August. 3%' 80 7 00 

Montana, Perennial Cornflower; large, violet-blue flowers from 

July to September. 2' 80 7 00 

CHRYSANTHEMUMS, Hardy Out Door. (Indicum) 

Our Hardy Chrysanthemums have all been transplanted, are 
vigorous plants, with clean, healthy roots. All varieties are 
field grown. 

Barbara Cummings. (See New and Novel Perennials) - _ 95 8 00 

Early Bronze, a remarkably early flowering, cut-flower variety; 

in full bloom early in September. 2' 95 8 00 

Glory of Seven Oaks, soft but clear yellow; early Sept. 18" 95 8 00 

Jean Gumming, large flowers of purest white, with softest 

yellow and bluish shading at center. October 1st. 2' 95 8 00 

Pink Cushion. (See New and Novel Perennials) 95 8 00 

Ruth Hatton, ivory-white; resists light frosts. October 10th. 2' 95 8 00 

R. Marion Hatton, the brightest canary-yellow available, 

flowering from late September. 2' 95 8 00 

Vivid, rosy crimson or amaranth shade; very striking. Oct 1. 2' 95 8 00 



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CHRYSANTHEMUMS, Korean Hybrid Per 10 Per 100 

These new creations are most attractive in color; excellent as 
cut-flowers and for floral work. They start to bloom early 
in Oct. 

Apollo, bronze-red, old gold, and glowing salmon flowers in 

great sprays. October. 2W $ 95 $ 8 00 

Ceres, a combination of old gold, chamois-yellow and soft cop- 
pery bronze. 2/2%' 95 8 00 

Daphne, an exquisite blend of daphne-pink and lilac-rose, 

golden yellow stamens. Frost resistant. 2W 95 8 00 

Ember, large, double flowers of coral and orange shades. 

October. 2W 1 95 8 00 

King Midas, double soft yellow tinted bronze. Very hardy. 

September. 2Y 2 ' 1 20 10 00 

Mercury, oxblood-red, changing to coppery bronze and blending 

old rose and salmon. October. 2%' 95 8 00 

COREOPSIS, Tickseed 

Double Yellow, golden-yellow, long lasting out-flowers. June- 
August. 2' 95 8 00 

Lanceolata Grandiflora, bright yellow flowers, blooms all sum- 
mer; an excellent, hardy, cut-flower plant. 2'.. 60 5 00 

Mayfield Giant, large yellow flowers on firm, strong stems 60 5 00 

DAISY SHASTA, Chrysanthemum Maximum 

Alaska, large glistening white blossoms. June and July. 2'.. 70 6 00 

Dieners Double, many of the blooms are large and very double; 

an excellent cut flower variety. June-July.2' 80 7 00 

Elder, large white flowers; the earliest variety. Usually in 

bloom for Decoration Day. 2' 70 6 00 

Esther Reed. (See New and Novel Perennials) .__ 3 50 30 00 

DELPHTND7JM, Larkspur 

Belladonna Improved, sky-blue flowers; from June to Sept. 

3-4' 80 7 00 

Bellamosa Improved, dark blue flowering form of Belladonna-- 80 7 00 

Cliveden Beauty, the best of the light blue Delphinium; much 

taller, produces more flowers of brighter color. June. 4' 95 8 00 

English Hybrids, a fine hybrid strain of single and double Del- 
phinium, all shades of blue and mauve. June-Sept. 4' 1 15 9 00 

La Martine. (See New and Novel Perennials) 1 15 9 00 

Vanderbilt Hybrids, disease resistant and vigorous; flowers are 

delicate shades of blue, mauve and pink. June-Sept. 4'^ . ._ 1 15 9 00 

•DIANTHUS 

Barbatus, Old Fashioned Sweet William. May-June. 

Atrococcineus flore pleno, deep, intense scarlet, double flow- 
ers; blooms profusely all summer. 12" 80 7 00 

Sutton's Fairy, delicately tinted salmon-pink flowers. 15". _ 80 7 00 
Sutton's Giant White, enormous trusses of white flowers. 15" 80 7 00 
Sutton's Pink Beauty, flowers are a fixed shade of rose- 
pink. 15" 80 7 00 

Sutton's Rich Crimson, a very rich but bright crimson. 15"- 80 7 00 

Plumarius Semperflorens Fl. PL, single and double pink blooms 

throughout the summer. Very hardy. 15" 80 7 00 

Species: 

Caesuis (Chaddar Pink) ball-shaped growth, grey-green fol- 
iage; produces a mass of fragrant pink flowers in May. 4-10" 80 7 00 
Deltoides Brilliant, crimson red flowered rock plant. May. 8" . . 80 7 00 



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PERENNIALS— ( Continued) 

JDLELYTRA, Bleeding Heart Per 10 Per 100 

*Eximia. (See New and Novel Perennials) $ 80 $ 7 00 

Spectabilis, an bid-fashioned favorite; its long racemes of 
graceful heart-shaped pink flowers are always attractive. 
Hardy. 18" 

Undivided plants, 3 to 5 eye 1 90 16 00 

5 to 8 eye 2 40 20 00 

DIGITALIS, Foxglove 

Giant Shirley Hybrids, shell-pink to deep rose-pink, many are 

dotted crimson and chocolate. June. 5-6' 1 15 9 00 

EUPATORIUM 

Blue Mist, light purple, fluffy flower heads. Aug. to Oct. 2' 80 7 00 

EUPHORBIA, Milkwort 

*Polychroma, lemon-yellow, rose-shaped flowers followed by 

clusters of bright red seed. May- June. 12" 1 40 12 00 

FERNS, Hardy Outdoor 

Goldie's Wood, deep green foliage. 2-3' 95 8 00 

Interrupted, found in rather dry, shaded locations. 2-3' 95 8 00 

Maiden Hair, most attractive of our natvie Ferns. 2' 95 8 00 

Ostrich Plume. A very graceful species; finely cut pinnules. 3' 95 8 00 

FUNKIA, Plaintain Lily 

Lancifolia, dull green foliage, pale lilac flowers. July-Aug. 18" 95 8 00 

*Variegata, blue flowers, variegated foliage. July. 12" 95 8 00 

GADLLARDIA, Blanket Flower. June until frost. 

Burgundy, rich wine-red; excellent for cutting. l%-2' 95 8 00 

Dazzler, large golden yellow and maroon flowers. IV2' 80 7 00 

Golden Goddess. (See New and Novel Perennials) 1 80 15 00 

Portola Hybrids, reddish-bronze with deep golden centers. lVs/2' 80 7 00 

N GEUM, Avens 

Coccineuin, Mrs. Bradshaw, large double flowers of orange-red, 

blooming nearly all summer. 15-18" 1 20 10 00 

GRASSES, Hardy Ornamental 

Elymus Glaucus, narrow silvery blue foliage. 18" 95 8 00 

Eulalia Gracillima Univattate, Japan Rush, graceful habit 

green foliage with silvery midrib, fine plumes. 6-7' 95 8 00 

Phalaris Arundinacea Variegata, Variegated Ribbon Grass. 2'_ 95 8 00 



GYPSOPHILA, Baby's Breath 

Bristol Fairy, double white flowers; blooms all summer. 2' _. 2 40 20 00 

Paniculata Compacta, white flowers during August and Sep- 
tember. 2' 70 6 00 

Oldhamiana, flowers, white delicately tinted pink; upright 

growth. Blooms late in Autumn. 3' 95 8 00 

Repens Bodgeri, a new pink double flowering variety, in flower 

before other varieties and continues all summer. 18" 1 40 12 00 

HEMEROCALLIS (Day Lily) 

Flava, clear lemon yellow, sweet scented; profuse. June. 2M>'_-- 80 7 00 

Fulva, coppery orange, shaded crimson. July. 3' 80 7 0© 

Hyperion. (See New and Novel Perennials) 2 90 25 00 

Kwanso, double flowering; rich golden bronze. July-August. 4' 80 7 00 

Thunbergi, much like Flava but one month later. July. 2%' 80 7 00 



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♦HEUCHERA, Coralbells Per 10 Per 100 

Brizoides, coral pink, very prolific. May. 12". 2" Pot Plants $ 95 $ 8 00 

Sanguinea Splendens, dark crimson. Blooms from June until 

September. 12-18". 2" Pot Plants 95 8 00 

HIBISCUS, Rose Mallow 

Giant Flowering-, Pink, Red, and White separate colors. Aug- 
ust-September. 4-5' 80 7 00 

HOLLYHOCKS, Althea Rosea 

Double Imperator Improved, large flowering strain, outer 

petals are fringed; double rosette center. July. 4-5' 80 7 00 

Double Separate Colors, Scarlet, Lilac Beauty, Newport Pink, 

Salmon, White and Yellow. July. 4' 80 7 00 

Single Alleghany Mixed, a fine hardy strain with a distinct 

beauty and charm of their own. July. 4' 80 7 00 

♦D3ERIS, Hardy Candytuft 

Sempervirens, each plant is a sheet of white in May and June; 

plants are dwarf, foliage almost evergreen, deep green. 8" . _ _ 95 8 00 

IRIS GERMANICA 

We attempt only to offer those standard and newer varieties that are in popular 
demand. 

S-Standards; F-Falls Per 10 Per 100 

Alcazar, S, blue- violet; F, purple-bronze vein. 42" $ 35 $ 3 00 

Ambassadeur, S, Smoky lavender; F, deep ruby red. 48" 45 4 00 

Asia, S, Silvery lavender, gold base; F, reddish purple. 54" 90 8 00 

Autumn King, a reliable spring and fall bloomer. Flowers are large, 

clear blue-purple. Very desirable. 36" 80 7 00 

Ballerine, gigantic blue-toned flowers; fragrant. 48" 90 8 00 

Beau Ideal, Chinese violet on white background. One of Sass's dis- 
tinctive varieties. 34" 60 5 00 

Buto, rich velvety deep royal purple; gigantic flower. 30" 70 6 00 

Cecil Minturn, soft catalyea rose; waved and crinkled. 36" 45 4 00 

Caroline E. Stringer, large flowers of delicate light pink, yellow 

beard; petals beautifully frilled. 33" 70 6 00 

Eleanor Roosevelt, (Fall Blooming) a reliable re-bloomer; very dark 

fluorite-purple. 30" 1 20 10 00 

Euphony, mustard yellow tipped chamoise, ruffled. 36" 90 8 00 

Gold Imperial, brilliant clear yellow, orange beard. 30" 60 5 00 

King of Iris, S, clear lemon yellow; F, rich maroon bordered yellow. 

Large flowers. 24" ... ... 30 2 50 

L. A. Williamson, violet bicolor blend. Very fragrant. 42" 30 2 50 

Lord of June, tall massive; a solid violaceous light blue. 40" 45 4 00 

Midgard, a ruffled flower with pink and yellow blend. 36" 45 4 00 

Morning Splendor, S, rich violet-red; F, velvety reddish-purple. 42" 60 5 00 

Mother of Pearl, beautiful self-colored mauve with pearl case. 40" . . 45 4 00 

Mrs. H. Darwin, S, creamy white; F, white lined with violet. 24" 25 2 00 

Opera, a rich violet-red bicolor; vigorous and free. 33" 60 5 00 

Prairie Gold, S, rich dark yellow; F, light yellow; orange beard. 

Very large, fragrant. 34" 1 20 10 00 

Princess Beatrice, clear lavender-blue shading to silvery-blue at the 

base. Late. 40" 25 2 00 

Prosper Laugier, S, light bronze red ; F, ruby purple ; late. 36" 25 2 00 

Queen Caterina, azure lilac, orange beard. Fragrant. 36" 30 2 50 

Rameses, light russet with yellow glow at center 1 20 10 00 

Seminole, S, dark violet rose; F, velvety crimson. 30" .. 60 5 00 

Souv. de Mme. Gaudichau, rich deep velvety purple. Early. 42" . __ . 60 5 00 

Susan Bliss, rose-pink with delicate purplish sheen. 40" . . 60 5 00 



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PERENNIALS— ( Continued) 

*IRIS, Pumila, Dwarf Germanica Iris Per 10 Per 100 

Purple, dark violet-blue. 8" $ 45 $ 4 00 

Red, wine-red with purplish sheen. Very desirable. 6" 70 6 00 

Yellow, a splendid pale canary yellow. 6"... 45 4 00 

Spring Skies, a charming, small clear blue variety. 6" 60 5 00 

White, pure snow-white; fragrant. 8" 45 4 00 

LATHYRUS, Everlasting Sweet Pea 

Latifolius, a lovely trailing plant that blooms all summer. Pink 

Beauty, Red and White Pearl, separate colors. 3' 80 7 00 

LAVENDULA 

Vera, fragrant blue flowers; grey foliage. July- August. 18" __ 95 8 00 

LIATRIS, Gay Feather 

Pycnostachya, tall spikes of rich purple flowers. July- Aug. 4'__ 95 8 00 

*LINUM, Flax 

Flavum, transparent yellow flowers, very showy. July-Aug. 

12" 80 7 00 

Perenne, bright blue flowers, upright growth 80 7 00 

LOBELIA, Indian Paintbrush 

Cardinalis, Cardinal Flower, rich, fiery cardinal flowers often 

producing 4 to 6 spikes. August-September. 30" 1 20 10 00 

Syphilitica, a choice selection of our native Lobelia with large 

spikes of blue flowers. July-September. 30" 1 20 10 00 

LUPINUS, Lupines 

A beautiful pea-shaped flower produced on 3 to 4 ft. spikes. 

Must have plenty of moisture for best results. June-July 
Polyphyllus albus, (white) ; atro violaceous, (violet-blue) ; Car- 

mineus, (ruby-red) ; Gold-Crest, (yellow) ; Roseaus, (rose) ; 

Salmoneus, (salmon) separate colors 1 20 10 00 

Harkness Regal mixed, rich delicate art shades 1 20 10 00 

LYCHNIS, Champion 

Chalcedonica, Maltese Cross, vivid scarlet flowers. July. 2' 80 7 00 

MATRICARIA, Feverfew 

*Golden Ball, dwarf yellow; fine border plant. June-October. 10" 80 7 00 

MONARDA, Bea-balm 

Didyma Cambridge Scarlet, brilliant crimson-scarlet flowers 

produced freely from June until August. 2%' 80 7 00 

MYOSOTIS, Forget-me-not 

*Palustris Semperflorens, rich blue flowers with yellow eye. 6'\. 70 6 00 

*NEPETA, Ground Ivy 

Mussini, a desirable border or rock plant; gray green foliage 

masses of lavender blue flowers all spring. 15" 95 8 00 

OENOTHERA, Evening Primrose 

*Missouriensis, a prostrate species with ascending branches; 

golden yellow flowers. June- August. 12" 95 8 00 

PACHYSANDRA, Japanese Spurge 

Terminalis, trailing cover plant for shady places, glossy green 
foliage, light colored flowers during May and June. 6-8" 
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PERENNIALS— ( Continued) 

PENTSTEMON, Bearded Tongue Per 10 Per 100 

Barbatus Torreyi, spikes of bright scarlet flowers. June to 

August. 3' $ 80 $ 7 00 

PAPAVER ORIENTALIS 

(Oriental Poppies) 

All plants are grown from cuttings and transplanted for proper root development. 
Blooming period, Mav and June. Height 3 to 3% feet. 

Per 10 Per 100 

Australia, ox-blood red $ 1 40 $ 12 00 

Beauty of Livermore, dark crimson flowers freely produced 1 20 10 00 

May Sadler, salmon-pink with black markings; one of the finest 

flowering pink varieties 1 20 10 00 

Mrs. Perry, a fine variety of salmon-pink color, very distinct 95 8 00 

Oriental Hybrids, scarlet-crimson; black spots at base of petals 80 7 00 

Perry's White, the popular white variety. 2 10 18 00 

Trilby, dark rich red; a very beautiful variety 95 8 00 

Wurtembergia, an enormous flower of brilliant glowing rose-red 95 8 00 

PHLOX— Hardy Perennial 
(Decussata) 

The Phlox we are offering are one year field grown plants. They have been twice 
transplanted, are vigorous and well developed. 

We are growing only the better and newer varieties, noted for their clear color, 
large individual flowers, freedom of bloom and strong, branching habit of growth; 
all characteristics that are lacking in many of the older varieties. 

Per 10 Per 100 

Augusta. (See New and Novel Perennials) 

40 No. 1 $ 2 50 $ 18 00 

Aurora. (See New and Novel Perennials) 

90 No. 1 1 80 15 00 

B. Comte; rich, satiny wine-red; one of the most brilliant. 

1180 No. 1 80 7 00 

370 No. 2 60 5 00 

Border Queen; a dwarf but strong growing variety; enormous, indi- 
vidual flowers of deep rose-pink. 

180 No. 1 95 8 00 

270 No. 2 70 6 00 

Bridesmaid; white with large crimson eye; very compact. 

250 No. 1 80 7 00 

240 No. 2 60 5 00 

Brilliant; large trusses of brilliant crimson flowers. 

5940 No. 1 95 8 00 

2500 No. 2 70 6 00 

Camillo Schneider; large flowers of deep velvety red; blooms pro- 
fusely all summer. Very attractive and outstanding. 

1280 No. 1 1 20 10 00 

4070 No. 2 95 8 00 

Caroline Vandenberg; deep lavender-blue without shadings; large 
individual flowers. The best lavender Phlox. 

790 No. 1 1 20 10 00 

710 No. 2 95 8 00 

Chieftain. (See New and Novel Perennials) 

200 No. 1 1 85- 12 00 

Columbia. (See New and Novel Perennials) 

300 No. 1 1 85 12 00 

Commander; deep crimson-red with slightly darker eye. 

660 No. 1 1 20 10 00 

710 No. 2 95 8 00 



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PERENNIALS— (Continued) 
PHLOX— ( Continued) 



Count Zeppelin (Graf Zeppelin); very large white with a deep 

crimson eye. The best of the calico type. ' Per 10 Per 100 

700 No. 1 $ 80 $ 7 00 

190 No. 2 60 5 00 

Daily Sketch; large trusses and individual flowers; light salmon- 
pink, faint carmine eye. 

2700 No. 1 1 20 10 00 

1440 No. 2 95 8 00 

-E. L. Farrington; one of our most attractive Phlox; large flowers 
of salmon-pink, soft pink eye; free flowering. 

1350 No. 1 80 7 00 

990 No. 2 1 60 5 00 

Ethel Pritchard; a beautiful f rench-mauve ; very desirable. 

300 No. 1 95 8 00 

Fuerbrand; rich deep scarlet, darker eye; very brilliant. 

110 No. 1 95 8 00 

150 No. 2 70 6 00 

Hauptman Koehl; ox-blood red; large clusters; strong, tall stems. 

1000 No. 1 95 8 00 

450 No. 2 70 6 00 

Lillian; lovely pure pink without any trace of magenta or rcse. 
The florets are very large. Blooms profusely. 

800 No. 1 1 20 10 00 

520 No. 2 95 8 00 

Miss Lingard; immense white flower heads; disease resistant. 
The earliest white. 

710 No. 1 95 8 00 

Morgenrood; large unusually striking flowers of deep rose; large 
florets. 

1500 No, 1 95 8 00 

500 No. 2 70 6 00 

Mount Hood. (See New and Novel Perennials) 

200 No. 1 1 80 15 00 

Mrs. Harding; deep salmon-rose orange cast; a fine large flowering 
variety. Free-flowering. 

350 No. 1 1 20 10 00 

280 No. 2 95 8 00 

Mrs. Milly von Hoboken; a fine, clear pink; large florets. 

1500 No 1 80 7 00 

1200 No. 2 " 60 5 00 

Mrs. R. P. Struthers; large orange-red flowers freely produced. 

1150 No. 1 1 15 9 00 

980 No. 2 80 7 00 

Nordlight. (See New and Novel Perennials) 

170 No. 1 1 20 10 00 

180 No. 2 95 8 00 

Painted Lady; soft silvery pink shaded salmon, bright red eye; 
large individual flowers; free flowering. 

1520 No. 1 95 8 00 

50 No. 2 70 6 00 

P. D. Williams. (See New and Novel Perennials) 

590 No. 1 1 20 10 00 

210 No. 2 95 8 00 



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PHLOX— ( Continued ) 

Pink Beauty; clear mauve-pink Lingard; blooms early and over a 

very long period. A valuable new variety. Per 10 Per 100 

150 No. 1 $ 1 20 $ 10 00 

Rijnstroom; a lovely shade of rose-pink; vigorous, very desirable. 

1150 No. 1 80 7 00 

950 No. 2 60 5 00 

R. P. Struthers; bright cherry-red with salmon shading; claret eye. 

600 No. 1 95 8 00 

700 No. 2 70 6 00 

Starlight; violet-red shading to lilac with large white center. 

980 No. 1 1 15 9 00 

680 No. 2 80 7 00 

Thor; deep salmon-pink, overlaid with a scarlet glow; small red 
eye. Very free-flowering. 

850 No. 1 80 7 00 

420 No. 2 60 5 00 

Von Lassburg; tall, pure white; midseason. free-flowering. 

230 No. 1 80 7 00 

Widar; purplish-violet with white star at center. 

390 No. 1 . 1 20 10 00 

380 No. 2 95 8 00 

* PHLOX— Divaricata Canadensis 
Timber Phlox; a native species worthy of extensive planting. Large 

fragrant lavender flowers are produced in April and May 80 7 00 

*PHLOX — Subulata, Moss or Mountain Pinks 

Alba; pure white flowers cover the plant in May 70 6 00 

Atropurpurea, deep carmine red, darker eye 95 8 00 

Lilacina, light lilac blue 70 6 00 

Rosea; rose-pink; thrives in hot, dry situations; a fine bank cover 70 6 00 

Vivid; vivid rose-pink, darker eye. Very choice; free-flowering 80 7 00 

PHYSALIS, Chinese Lantern Plant 

Francheti, bright orange-scarlet, lantern-like fruits. 2' 80 7 00 

PHYSOSTEGIA, False Dragonhead 

Virginica Alba, long spikes of pure white flowers. Aug. 3-4' 70 6 00 

PLATYCODON, Balloon Flower. June and July. 18" * 

Grandiflora, large, deep blue saucer-like flowers on spikes 80 7 00 

Grandiflora Alba, white form of above 80 7 00 

*Mariesi, a beautiful dwarf species. Large broad foliage, deep 

violet-blue flowers produced throughout the summer. 12" ___ 80 7 00 

♦PLUMBAGO, Leadwort 

Larpentae, forms a mass of dark bronzy-green leaves covered 

with intense blue flowers in late Summer and Fall. 6-8" 1 20 10 00 

Poppy Oriental, See Papaver 

♦PRIMULA, Primrose 

Veris Hybrids, excellent for a shady border or rockery; wide 

range of colors. April-May. 10" 95 8 00 



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PERENNIALS— ( Continued ) 

PYRETHRUM, Painted Daisy Per 10 Per 100 

Atrosanguinea, deep rose-red, single flowers. May-June. 18" $ 80 $ 7 00 

Double White, many of the blooms are very double 1 15 9 00 

Hybridum Roseum, rose shades, single. May-June. 18" 70 6 00 

Finest Double Mixed Varieties, many shades of pink, rose and 

red 80 7 00 

RANUNCULUS, Buttercup 

*Repens FL, PL, bright yellow, double buttercup; creeping habit 70 6 00 

RUDBECKIA, Coneflower 

Golden Globe, masses of ball-shaped golden yellow lasting flow- 
ers blooming from late summer until frost. 4-5' 80 700 

Laciniata (Golden Glow) clear yellow. July-September. 5-6' 80 7 00 

Purpurea, reddish purple flowers, black cone. July-October 80 7 00 

The King, bright pink with large center cone. A strong grow- 
er and prolific bloomer. July until fall. 5' 80 7 00 

SALVIA, Sage 

Edible, leaves especially valuable for seasoning. 3' 80 7 00 

Turkestanica, showy whorls of w T hite flowers tinged pink; sil- 
very foliage. June-August. 4' 80 7 00 

SCABIOSA, Pincushion Flower 

Caucasica Alba, (White Bonnet) June until September. 18" . . 1 20 10 00 

House's New Hybrids, lavender-blue. July-October. 2' 1 20 10 00 



SEDUM, Stonecrop 

Acre, (Golden Moss") green foliage, yellow flowers. July. 4" 

Album, small foliage, white flowers. July. 4" 

Glaucum, excellent dwarf variety; blue-green foliage. 2" 

Kamschaticum, orange-yellow flowers, green foliage which 

turns golden in autumn. July. 8" 

Kamschaticum Variegated, gold variegated foliage, orange 

flowers. July. 6" 

Sarmentosum, excellent dwarf creeper, yellow flowers. July. 4" 
Sexangulare, very dark green foliage; yellow flowers. July. 4"__ 

Spurium, bronze foliage, pink flowers. July-August. 6" 

Stolonifera Coccinea, purplish pink flowers, foliage in rosettes. 

July-August. 6" 

Spectabijis Brilliant, light green foliage, broad heads of rich 

red flowers. August and September. 15" 

* S EMPE RVIVU M, House Leek (Hen and Chickens) 

Globiferum, gray-green foliage lightly tinted brown; yellow 

flowers. 4" 

Tectorum, leaves have reddish-brown tips, flowers are red. 12" 

STATICE, Sea Lavender 

Caspia Lilac, feathery panicles of lilac-purple flowers. July. 2Y 2 ' 
*Latifolia, immense heads of purplish blue minute flowers, will 
keep for months when dried. July and August. 18" 

STOKESIA, Stoke's Aster. (Cornflower Aster )... July- August. 

Cyanea Caerulea, lavender-blue Aster-shaped flowers of enor- 
mous size; late summer-flowering hardy plants. 18" 

Cyanea Caerulea Alba, white form of the above 



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THALICTRUM, Meadow-Rue. Per 10 Per 100 

Dipterooarpum, viclet-mauve with yellow stamens. August. 4" S 95 $ S 00 

Glaucum, yellow flowers, bluish-gray leaves. July. 3' 95 8 00 

♦THYMUS (Thyme) dwarf, creeping perennials, fragrant foliage. 

Lanuginosus (Woolly-Leaved Thyme) pink flowers, gray foliage 70 6 00 
Serpyllum Album (White Mountain Thyme) dark green foliage. 

clouds of pure white flowers 70 6 00 

Serpyllum Coccineum, brilliant crimson flowering form of above 70 6 00 

TRITOMA, Red-Hot Poker 

Pfitzeri, genuine Red Hot Poker. August. 3' ... 1 20 10 00 

Towers of Gold, large flowers of pure lemon yellow. August. 3' 1 80 15 00 

VERONICA, Speedwell 

Amethystina, Royal Blue spikes of rich blue flowers. 12" 95 8 00 

Blue Spire. (See New and Novel Perennials) 1 40 12 00 

Incana, white woolly foliage, blue flowers. 12" 95 8 00 

Longifolia Subsessilis, long spikes of deep flowers. August. 2' 1 40 12 00 

*Rupestris Nana, mats of dark green foliage, blue flowers. 4".. 1 20 10 00 

*VLNCA, Periwinkle 

Minor, Aurea Varieg-ata, a hardy, golden variegated Vinca 1 20 10 00 

Minor, Bowles Variety, an attractive ground cover having run- 
ners of glossy evergreen foliage; flowers, bright blue 1 15 9 00 

*VIOLA, Cornuta (Tufted Pansies) Best edging plant for hardy 
borders. May. 6". 

Admiration, deep violet flowers in great profusion all summer 80 7 00 

Jersey Gem, dwarf bedding variety; rich violet, fragrant 95 8 00 

Sutton's Apricot, rich apricot shade, orange center 80 7 00 

YUCCA, Adam's Needle 

Filamentosa, broad, sword-like evergreen foliage; creamy white 
flowers. July. 6'. 

3 year 1 20 10 00 

2 " 95 8 00 

1 " 80 7 00 

Hacker's Variegated, foliage striped cream and green. 2 year__ 1 20 10 00 

1 year 95 8 00 



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Wrapped and cartoned slock — 
Roses, Perennials, Shrubs, Fruit 
Trees, etc. An assortment of 
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LLLIUM 

Auratum (Gold Banded Japan Lily) Ivory white, thickly studded 
with crimson spots and striped through the center with a gold 
band. June. 3 ft. Per 10 Per 100 

7 to 8 in $ 1 40 $ 12 00 

8 to 9 in 1 80 15 00 

Elegans Red Russian, a dark reddish-orange variety. June. 2 ft. 

4 to 6 in 60 5 00 

Henryii, magnificent flowers of bright orange yellow. Hardy. 5-6 ft. 

4 to 6 in 1 20 10 00 

8 to 9 in 1 45 12 00 

Phillippenese Formosanum, long trumpet shaped white flowers suf- 
fused reddish-brown. July. 2 ft. 

4 to 6 in 70 6 00 

6 to 8 in 95 8 00 

Regal, flowers are white, slightly suffused with pink, with a beauti- 
ful shade of canary-yellow extending part way up the trumpet. 
June, July. 3 to 5 ft. 

3 to 4 in., blooming size 45 4 00 

4 to 6 in., " " 60 5 00 

6 to 8 in., " " 1 20 10 00 

Speciosum Rubrum, deep rose on a white background spotted with 
crimson. August. 3 to 4 ft. 

7 to 8 in • 1 20 10 00 

8 to 9 in 1 45 12 00 

Tenufolium (Coral L.) Narrow-leaved; deep scarlet waxen recurved 
flowers. June. 15 in. 

Flowering size bulbs 95 8 00 

Tigrinum, the well-known old-fashioned lily; bright orange, thickly 
covered with purple spots. 

Double, 4 to 6 in 70 6 00 

Single, 4 to 6 in 60 5 00 

LILY-OF-THE- VALLEY (Convallaria Majalis) 

Very fragrant pure white, bell-shaped flowers. 

Pips 25 2 00 

Clumps (10 pips each) 1 75 15 00 

SPRING BULBS 

CALADIUM 

Esculentum, Elephant Ear Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

The very effective garden plants for beds, and borders; 

enormous green leaves with tropical appearance. 7-9" $ 45 $4 00 $35 00 



CANNAS 

We offer a standard list of the most popular varieties of Cannas. 

The roots are strong, healthy 2 and 3 eye divisions. We feel confident that they 



will please you. 

BRONZE FOLIAGE VARIETIES Per 10 Per 100 

King Humbert, orange-scarlet. One of the most popular Cannas. 

4' $ 40 $ 3 50 

Shenandoah, salmon-pink, ruby-red foliage. 4' 35 3 25 

Wyoming, massive orange flowers. Rich bronze foliage. 5' 40 3 50 

CREAM WITH GREEN FOLIAGE 

Eureka, the only really worthwhile white Canna. 4' 45 4 00 



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SPRING BULBS— (Continued) 
CANNAS — ( Continued) 

PINK SHADES WITH GREEN FOLIAGE Per 10 Per 100 

City of Portland, rose-colored flowers of excellent form. 3V $ 60 $ 5 00 

Hungaria, large rose-pink flowers frequently edged white. 3%' 40 3 50 

Mrs. Alfred Conard, clear salmon-pink, 4' _ 60 5 00 

BED SHADES WITH GREEN FOLIAGE 

Louisiana, vivid red flowers on healthy plants. 6' 40 3 50 

The President, immense bright red flowers produced freely in 

large clusters. 4' 40 3 50 

Wintzer's Colossal, very large flowers of vivid scarlet. 5' . . 40 3 50 

VARIEGATED FLOWERS WITH GREEN FOLIAGE 

Madam Crozy, vermilion-scarlet, yellow edge. 3%' 40 3 50 

YELLOW SHADES WITH GREEN FOLIAGE 

Apricot, large, bright apricot with cream border. 4' 40 3 50 

Florence Vaughan, golden yellow dotted crimson. 4' 40 3 50 

Yellow King Humbert, yellow with red spots; very attractive. 4' 40 3 50 

DAHLIAS 



The Dahlias offered are all exceptionally fine, reasonably priced varieties; strong 
healthy tubers with good crowns and eyes. Varieties offered were selected for their 
adaptability to the average garden, freeness of bloom and cut-flower value. 



CACTUS: Per 10 Per 100 

Bertha Home, bronzy yellow, overlaid salmon $ 80 $ 7 00 

Bride's Bouquet, pure white, free bloomer 1 20 10 00 

Countess of Lonsdale, rich salmon shaded apricot at base 95 8 00 

Etendard de Lyon, carmine rose, one of the best varieties 80 7 00 

Ft. Monmouth, a sensational, deep maroon-red 1 80 15 00 

J. H. Jackson, deep velvety-crimson, almost black 80 7 00 

Libelle, beautiful royal purple 80 7 00 

DECORATIVE: 

Avalon, the finest canary yellow; excellent for cuttings 1 20 10 00 

Jane Cowl, glistening bronze-buff and salmon shades 95 8 00 

Jean Kerr, pure white, fine cut flower 95 8 00 

Jersey Beacon, brilliant scarlet flowers; very desirable 1 20 10 00 

Jersey Beauty, very popular pink. Profuse bloomer 1 20 10 00 

Margaret W. Wilson, cream with pink reverse; a very free- 
flowering dahlia of enormous size 95 8 00 

Mrs, Carl Salbach, fine lavender, shaded pink, long stems 95 8 00 

Mrs. I. de ver Warner, orchid pink; large and popular 95 8 00 

Pride of California, vivid red, very large, free flowering 1 20 10 00 

Pride of Stratford, the best orange shade; a beautiful exhibi- 
tion variety 1 20 10 00 

Sagamore, apricot buff, faint tint of pink 1 20 10 00 

The Commodore, large canary yellow and one of the best 95 8 00 

Venus, attractive flowers of white, suffused lavender 1 20 10 00 



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SPRING BULBS — ( Continued ) 
DAHLIAS— ( Continued) 

SHOW: Per 10 Per 100 

A. D. Livoni, beautiful soft-pink flowers, quilled petals $ 80 $ 7 00 

Bonnie Blue, soft lavender blue, lovely coloring 80 7 00 

D. M. Moore, deep maroon, almost black 95 8 00 

Dreer's White, large, white, free flowering 80 7 00 

Floral Park Jewel, variegated red, tipped white 80 7 00 

Maude Adams, a pure snowy white with delicate pink tinge . _ _ 80 7 00 

Stradella, excellent purple. Most desirable 70 6 00 

Yellow Duke, clear golden-yellow. A splendid variety SO 7 00 

DAHLIAS— By Color Per 10 Per 100 

Pink, large flowering $ 45 $ 4 00 

Purple, " " 45 4 00 

Red, " " 45 4 00 

Yellow, " " 45 4 00 

GLADIOLI 



We have discarded all small flowering varieties of Gladioli and are offering only 
disease free bulbs of the most desirable large flowering varieties. 

Per 100 



RED AND SCARLET SHADES No. 1 

Axiame, large, brilliant flame-red flowers, freely produced $ 1 25 

Commander Koehl, huge spikes of large, scarlet-red flowers 1 75 

Br. F. E. Bennett, magnificent brilliant scarlet 1 50 

Flaming Sword, deep red; large flowering and very early 1 00 

Morocco, giant flowers of rich blackish-maroon 1 35 

ROSE AND SALMON SHADES 

Bleeding Heart, light pink with large red blotch; very beautiful 1 80 

Giant Nymph, one of the prettiest large, light pink varieties 1 00 

Margaret Fulton, rich deep salmon shaded apricot 1 50 

Picardy, gigantic salmon-pink. The greatest pink Gladiolus of all times _ 1 00 

Sonatine, glorious, pure pink flowers of giant size 1 80 

BUFF, ORANGE AND YELLOW SHADES 

Betty Nuthall, glowing orange-pink with rich yellow throat . . 1 00 

Gold Eagle, the best early yellow 1 25 

Golden Dream, a very popular deep yellow _ . 1 00 

Orange Queen, orange-yellow, tinted apricot; late 1 00 

Paradise, clear warm buff, shaded apricot, very striking 2 00 

Ruffled Gold, heavily ruffled yellow flowers; rose-pink throat 1 60 

LAVENDER, VIOLET AND BLUE SHADES 

Aida, deep violet-blue. Large and tall 1 60 

Berty Snow, exquisite lavender. One of the best commercial lavenders 1 25 

Marmora, large, lavender-gray shading to purple 1 50 

Minuet, great spikes of clear lavender flowers 1 60 

Pelegrina, darkest violet. Striking and outstanding 1 60 

WHITE AND CREAM SHADES 

Albatros, new giant flowered pure white; very fine 1 50 

Carmen Sylvia, a most reliable large white variety 1 25 

Maid of Orleans, large pure white with creamy throat 1 80 

Standard Mixture, a good collection of many colors 90 



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SPRING BULBS — ( Continued ) 

CINNAMON VINE (Dioscorea) 
Batatas, Chinese Sweet Potato. 4-6 ft. Per 10 Per 100 Per 1000 

A low growing vine producing a multitude of waxy green 

leaves. Excellent for trellis work. No. 1 $ 70 $6 00 $ 

No. 2 45 4 00 

MADERIA VINES 

A very prolific tuberous bulb; produces a quantity of 

viny growth 35 3 00 25 00 

TUBEROSES 

Mexican, the best of all Tuberoses; single flowering var- 
iety, very fragrant. Blooms July- August. No. 1 30 2 50 20 00 

No. 2 20 1 80 15 00 



PEONIES 

The roots offered are first class in every respect, they are strong 3 to 5 eye di- 
visions, true to name, from healthy three year old clumps. 

Per 10 Per 100 



Avalanche (Crousse 1886) 8.7. Milk white. Late midseason $ 1 70 $ 14 00 

Baroness Schroeder (Kelway 1889) 9.0. Immense blush flowers, 

changing to pure white. Midseason 2 10 18 00 

Couronne D'Or (Calot 1873) 8.1. White with golden stamens. Mid- 
season 1 40 12 00 

Edulis Superba (Lemoine 1903) 7.6. Deep pink. Very early 1 70 14 00 

Fanny Crosby (Brand) 7.7. Yellow with pink guard petals. Plant 

very strong, thrifty and floriferous 3 50 30 00 

Felix Crousse (Crousse 1881) 8.4. Bright ruby-red. Midseason 1 90 16 00 

Festiva Maxima (Miellez 1851) 9.3. White, center crimson flecked. 

Early 1 90 16 00 

Francis Willard (Brand 1907) 9.1. Exquisite blush white with occa- 
sional carmine touch. Midseason 4 50 40 00 

James Kelway (Kelway 1900) 8.7. White with golden glow at base of 

petals. Early midseason 2 40 20 00 

Judge Berry (Brand 1907) 8.6. Immense flowers of delicate pink; 

extra fine texture. Very early 2 50 

Karl Rosenfield (Rosefield 1890) 8.8. Brilliant dark crimson. Mid- 
season 1 90 16 00 

Kelway's Glorious (Kelway 1909) 9.8. Although the immense white 
blooms are not as symmetrical as the LeCygne, we believe this 
wonderful variety is fully as good. Midseason 7 50 

Lady Alexandra Duff (Kelway 1902) Soft delicate pink. Main blooms 

double, side blooms usually single. Midseason 2 90 25 00 

Laura Dessert (Dessert 1913) 8.8. Rose type. Guard petals creamy 

white; center lively canary yellow. A superb variety. Early. _ 4 50 40 00 

Martha Bullock (Brand 1907) 9.1. Rose type. Deep rose pink, with 

center shading to silvery shell-pink in the outer petals. Late 5 00 

Mary Brand (Brand 1907) 8.7. Deep red of great brilliancy, often 

considered the best red Peony. Midseason 2 90 25 00 

Meissonier (Crousse 1886) 6.5. Rich brilliant crimson resembling 
American Beauty rose in color. Excellent cut flower variety. 
•Midseason 1 20 10 00 



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PEONIES — ( Continued) 

Per 10 Per 100 

Mme. de Verneville (Crousse 1885) 7.9. Pure white, center-crimson 

flecked. Early $ 1 70 $ 14 00 

Mme. Bucel (Mechin 1880) 7.9. Very large flower of solid silvery 

lilac-pink or rose. Midseason 1 70 14 00 

Mons. Jules Elie (Crousse 1888) 9.2. Glossy lilac-pink shading to 

deeper rose at base. Early midseason 2 50 22 00 

Mons. Martin Cahuzac (Dessert 1899) 8.8. Dark garnet-purple with 

black reflexes. One of the darkest peonies. Midseason 4 00 35 00 

Officinalis Rubra, 8.6. Large blooms of vivid crimson. Very early. . 2 50 22 00 

Philippe Rivoire (Rivoire 1911) 9.2. Rose type. Very dark uniform 

amaranthine red; fragrant. Early 8 00 75 00 

President Roosevelt ( Warnaar 1905) 7.5. Deep rich brilliant red. 

Midseason 1 40 12 00 

Richard Carvel (Brand 1918) 8.8. Flowers bright, all one shade of 
crimson. Guard petals large, broad and prominent. Center 
petals make immense dome. Early 2 90 25 00 

Rosea Elegans, soft pink. Midseason 1 20 10 00 

Rubra Triumphans (Guerin 1840) 6.7. Large, loose, very dark crim- 
son blooms. Medium height and strong grower. Early 1 20 10 00 

Sarah Bernhardt. (Lemoine 1806) 9.0. Flower of remarkable size 
in clusters full and double; apple blossom pink and each petal 
.: silver tipped. Late 2 90 25 00 

Tourangelle (Dessert 1910) 9.4 Rose type. A vigorous grower; 
pearly white overlaid with delicate salmon and rose. Late 
midseason 3 50 30 00 

Walter Faxon (Richardson 1904) 9.3. Uniform bright pink, deepen- 
ing toward center; delicate and distinct color; very fine. 
Midseason 4 00 35 00 

PEONIES (By Color) Per 10 Per 100 

Pink, Unnamed-- $ 95 $ 8 00 

Red- " ! 95 8 00 

White, " 1 20 10 00 



NURSERYMEN'S SUPPLIES 



Note: Supplies of all kinds are subject to change in price without notice. 
BOX STRAPS — Made of thin galvanized sheet metal, cut in strips averaging 10 

in. long and % in. wide, strong, tough and pliable. Per lb $ 08 

DIBBLES — Made of tooled steel for planting grafts, etc. Each 1 7$ 

GRAFTING TAPE— % inch wide, in 60 yard rolls, per roll 40 

" per 10 rolls 3 50 

GRAFTING THREAD— Un waxed, per ball .'. 15 

. " " Waxed, per ball 30 

GRAFTING WAX— Per lb 75, 

KNIVES, BUDDING— American Bone Tip. Each 75 

" American Bone Tip, "Lake's Special Make". Each 1 0Q 

Not Bone Tip. Each 65 

GRAFTING — American square point. Each 90 



PRUNING — Good for light work. American. Each 90 

Good for heavy work. American. "Special Make." Each.. 1 40 
" Winding, or root stripping, each 45 

LABELS — Copper wired notched, 3% in. plain (1000 per package.) Per M 1 85 

We constantly carry on hand a large stock of labels and are prepared to 
make prompt shipment of orders. 

MOSS, Fresh Sphagnum — Large size bale, 14x16x46. Per bale 75 

PAPER, Kraft— In rolls, 36 and 40 inches wide, 50 lb. weight. Per lb. 08 

" Krepe Kraft, waterproof, in rolls, per lb 10 

PRUNING SHEARS— California pattern, 9 in. volute spring. (Wiss Make) Ea._ 1 15 

RAFFIA— Red Star Brand. Per lb. 30 

Per 10 lbs . 2 50 

RUBBER BUDDING AND GRAFTING STRIPS— Comes in various lengths and 
widths, but we use and recommend No. 410 Red. 

Less than 50 lb. shipments, per pound 1 00 

50 lbs. to 99 lbs. shipments, per pound 85 

100 lbs. shipments and over, per pound 75 

SHINGLETOW— Average about 100 lbs. to bale, per bale 1 00 

SPADES — Strapped full length, non-tapering. Lakes Special Make. Each 3 50 

TWINE — Sisal, 2 ply, for tying bales, in 10 lb. balls, per lb 16 

Tarred Lath Yarn, for tying trees, in 10 lb. balls, per lb 15 

BOXING CHARGES 

30x30x12 feet $4 75 20x20x10 feet $3 00 

30x30x10 " 4 25 20x20x8 " _ _ 2 75 

30x30x8 " 3 75 20x20x5 " 2 00 

24x24x10 " 3 50 18x18x10 " 2 75 

24x24x8 " 3 00 16x16x10 " 2 50 

24x24x6 " 2 50 12x12x10 " 2 00 

24x24x4 " 2 00 12x12x8 " 1 75 



CORRUGATED BOXES 

48x20x20 inches 850 24x15x15 inches 400 



48x16x16 
36x20x20 
36x15x15 
36x10x12 
28x8x8 



650 
650 
45<* 
45d 
250 



24x12x12 

24x8x8 

22x15x20 

22x12x12 

15x12x10 



300 
250 
450 
350 
250 



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



INDEX 



A Page 

^.ilanthus 15 

Almond 23 

Althea _.i 23 

Amelanchier 23 

Amorpha :J 23 

Ampelopsis 37 

APPLE 3-4-5 

Apple Seedlings 11 

Apricot 8 

Aralia 24 

Arbor Vitae 45 

Aristolochia ZZZZJlsf 

Aronia 24 

Ash 12-15 

Asparagus 11 

B 

Barberry 24-39 

Beauty Bush 30 

Bignonia _ _ 37 

Birch _ 15 

Blackberry 10 

Box Elder 15 

Boysenberry 11 

Buckthorn __ __ . __12-24-39 

BULBS, SPRING 66-67-68-69 

Butterfly Bush 24-25 

Butternut 15 

Button Bush _ . . .25 

O 

Caladium 66 

Calycanthus 25 

Cannas 66-67 

Caragana 12-25-39 

Catalpa ____ 13-15 

Celastrus 37 

Cephalanthus __ _ __ __25 

CHERRY 5-6 

Cherry Japan Flowering 16 

Ohsrry Seedlings 11-12 

Cinnamon Vine 69 

Clematis 1 37-38 

Clethra 25 

Cornus 25-26 

Corylus _, 26 

Cotoneaster l-J.'l 26 

Crab 3-4-5-16 

Crab Bechtel's and Flowering 16 

Cranberry H. B. (See Viburnum) 35-26 

Currants 9 

Currants Flowering 33 

Cydonia _ _._,__ _-__ . ,.. , 26 

D 

Dahlias 67-68 

Daphne Cneorum 26 

Deutzia 27 

Desmodium 30 

Dewberry 11 

E 

Elder 27 

Elm 13-17 

Euonymus li'J 27-28-38 

EVERGREENS . 40-45 Incl. 

Exochorda 28 

F 

Fir 40-41 

FOREST TREE SEEDLINGS 12-13-14 

Forsythi'a 28 

Fringe Purple 32 

FRUIT TREE SEEDLINGS 11-12 

G 

Gladiolus 68 

Gooseberry 10 

Grapes 10 

. H 

Hackberry 13-17 

Hazelnut 26 

Hedging 39-40 

Honey Locust 13 

Honeysuckle 28-29-38-39-40 

Horse Radish 11 

Hydrangea 29 

Hypericum 29 



Ilex 
Ivy 



29 

.37-38 



Juneberry 23 

Juniper 41-42-43 

K 

Kerria 30 

Kolwitzia 30 

Kudzu Vine 38 



I* Page 

Larch 44 

Lespedeza 30 

Lilac 30-31 

Lilies _66 

LINDEN 18 

Locust 13-17-18 

M 

Maderia Vine 69 

Maple .13-18-19 

Matrimony Vine _38 

MOERHEIM BLUE SPRUCE 44 

Mountain Ash 19 

Mulberry 14-19-40 

Multiflora Jap. Seedlings 12 

N 

Nectarines 9 

Nurserymen's Supplies 71 

O 

Oak 20 

Olive Russian 14-21-27-40 

Osage Orange 14 

P 

Peach 7 

Peach Flowering 21 

Peach Seedlings .12 

PEAR 6-7 

Pear Seedlings 12 

Pearl Bush _ 28 

PEONIES 69-70 

PERENNIALS 53-65 Incl. 

Persimmon 20 

Philadelphus (Syringa) 31 

Pine 45 

PLUM 1 8-9 

Plum Seedlings 12 

Polygonum 38 

Poplar 14-20 

Potentilla 31 

PRIVET 32 

Prunus 21 

Q 

Quince 9 

Quince Japan Flowering 26 

Quince Seedlings 12 

R 

Raspberry 11 

Red Bud 21 

Rhodotypos 32 

Rhubarb _ ... 11 

Rhus 32-33 

Ribes 33 

Rose Acacia 33 

Rose Stocks 12 

Roses Climbing 49-50 

Roses Baby _ 48 

Roses Floribunda 48 

Roses H. P. _______ 1...48 

Roses H. T 46-47 

Roses Miscellaneous 50-51 

Roses Patented 51-52 

Roses Rugosa 50-51 

S 

Sage 64 

SEEDLINGS, FOREST TREE 12-13-14 

SEEDLINGS, FRUIT TREE 11-12 

Snowball (See Viburnum) 36 

Snowberry 35 

SPIREA 33-34-40 

Spruce 44 

Strawberry 11 

Stephenandra 34 

Sumac 32-33 

Sycamore 21 

T 

Tamarix 35 

Taxus 45 

Thorn 21-22 

Tuberoses 69 

Tulip Tree 22 

V 

Viburnum 35-36 

VINES 37-38-39 

W 

Walnut 14-22 

Weigela 36 

Witch Hazel 28 

Willow 14-22-23 

Wisteria 39 

Y 

Yeungberry 11