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li U. S. Dep'U-^msnt t 



WHOLESALE TRADE UST 



THE le- 




ome flarsepy Go: 



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AND 



FHOIT GROWERS' EXGHAflGE 



G. A. GRIGGS, President. AliEX. I^EADY, Viee-PPesidcnt. 

W. P. IWAt^UEY, Seerctapy, E. A. VE^CILiLi, Tifeasufer. 



f\CCTf*''C • NEAR THE JUNCTION OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL AND CHICAGO A. 

• TERMINUS OF BLOOMINGTON ELECTRIC STREET RAILWAY. 

GROUNDS ON^ BLOCK WEST OF NORMAL UNIVERSITY. 



ALTON RAILROADS AND 



THIS LIST IS INTENDED FOR WHOLESALE TRADE ONLY. 




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GREETING. 



presenting our price list for Spring 1892,- we wish to thank all 
our patrons for past favors and call careful attention to the very 
^ low prices at which we are offering our stock, and respectfully 
solicit your further orders. 



TERMS AISiD CONDITIONS. 

Cash or satisfactory security before shipment of stock. 
All orders will receive careful attention, and reasonable satisfaction 
guaranteed. 

Selection of varieties must be left largely with us. 

Special varieties will be supplied as far as practicable. Where sub- 
stitution is forbidden, we will fill as far as we can supply.- 

Five will be furnished at 10, 50 at 100, and 500 at 1,000 rates. 

Orders should be sent in early, with full instructions as to number 
and quality of each article wanted, also manner of shipping — in the 
absence of which we will use our best judgment. 



PACKING. 

All goods will be packed in most approved manner by experienced 
packers, using plenty of moss and straw, and charges for same will be 
at cost for labor and material used. 

Boxes 8 or 9 feet long, with 30-inch heads, packed for $2.50; other 
sizes in proportion. Bales from 25 cents to ti.^o each. 

Shipping Facilities. — With six railroads and the American and U. 
S. Express Companies, we can ship stock promptly in every direction. 

Special Inducements for Early Orders.— »-Let us know what your 
wants will be, and we will make it to your advantage to place your orders 
with us. 

Soliciting a reasonable share of your patronage, we are 
Yours Respectfully, 



THE HOME NURSERY CO. 



pmit Depart:/r\e9t. 



APPLES AND CRABS—Standard. 



3 to 4 feet $ 75 

4 to 5 feet, mostly ^ to % inch I 50 

5 to 7 feet, mostly 3^ inch and up 2 00 

Ben Davis' Rome Beauty, Jonathan, Yellow Transparent, and 
extra. 

Our stock comprises the following leading varieties: 

''Astrachan ^ Iowa Blush 

^Aut. Strawberry ^ Isham's Sweet 

^ Alexander ^ Jonathan 

^ Baldwin ^ Janef 

^ Ben Davis / Lawver 

lienoni ^ L. S. Pearmain 

Bailey's Sweet V I.ansingburg 

ISelle De Boskoop v Mo. I'ippin 

Colvert Maiden Blush 

• Duchess Mann 

^ Ey Straw'berry Milam 

Ey Harvest Magog 

Fall Pippin Martha 

Kameuse vMcMahon's White 

Flora Belle VMcIntosh Red 

G. G. Pippin Price's Sweet 

General Grant Pewaukcc 

Haas Peter the Great 

Holland Pippin Red June 

Hyslop Rome Beauty 



roo. 1,000. 

$3 50 $25 00 

6 00 45 00 

7 50 <J5 "o 
Salome, I cent per tree 



Rambo 
s^Russett, A. G. 
Sops of Wine 
Sweet June 
' Stark 
, Salome 
\ Sutton Beauty 
Soulard 
Tolman Sweet 
Titus 
\ Transcendant 
^Wagoner 
-'Wealthy 
~' Walljridge 
"•' Winesap 
^Wolf River 
^W. S. Paradise 
^Whitney, No. 20 
' .Yellow Transparent. 



PEARS— Standard. 

Each. 10. 100. 

5 to 6 feet, leading varieties 35 §3 00 $18 00 

5 to 6 feet, Keitfer 40 3 50 20 00 

4 to 5 feet, leading varieties 30 2 50 14 00 

4 to 5 feet, Keiffer •: 35 2 75 16 00 

vX/ \ \ ^ VAF^ETIES.V \ 

Bartlett, B. De Anjo, Clapp's Favorite, Keiffer, Flemish Beauty, Louise Bon, Seckle, 
Sheldon, Etc. ' , 

PEARS— Dwarf. 

3 to 4 feet, branched, leading varieties 25 $2 00 $15 00 

3 to 4 feet, Keiffer, branched 35 2 75 18 00 

3 to 4 feet, Keiffer, l year, not branched 20 2 50 12 00 

VARIETIES. 

Duchess, DeAngolemc, Bartlett, Louise Bon, Clapp's Favorite, Seckle, Keiffer, Etc. 



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THE HOME NURSERY COMPANY'S TRADE LIST. 



CHERRY— Sour. 

Each, lo. 100. 

2^ to 3 feet, I year 15 $1 00 $ 7 00 

3 to 4 feet, assortment 20 125 9 00 

4 to 5 feet, assortment 25, i 50 12 50 

5 to 6 feet, assortment 30 2 00 15 00 

2 to 3 feet, Ostheim and Wragg, i year 20 I 25 8 00 

3 to 4 feet, Ostheim and Wragg 25 175 1 1 00 

4 to 5 feet, Ostheim and Wragg 30 250 1400 

5 to 6 feet, Ostheim and Wragg 35 3 00 17 00 

LEADING VARIETIES. 

Ey Richmond, Late Richmond, May Duke, Late Duke, Olivet, Montmorency, English 
Morello, Dye House, Wragg, Ostheim, Etc. 

PLUM ON PLUM. 

(ONE AND TWO YEAR.) 

3 10 4 feet 15 $1 25 $ 9 00 

4 to 5 feet 20 I 50 13 00 

5 to 6 feet 25 2 00 16 op 

VARIETIES. 

Damson, De Soto, Lombard, Miner, Wild Goose, Shippers' Pride, Pottowatomie, Hawk- 
eye, Wayland, Garfield, Ogan, Wolf, Etc. 

PLUM ON PEACH. 

( ONE AND TWO YEAR.) 

3 to 4 feet. , 15 $1 00 $ 7 00 

4 to 5 feet 20 125 1 1 00 

5 to 6 feet 25 I 75 14 00 

VARIETIES. 

De Soto, Ger. Prune, Hawkeye, Forest Garden, Mariana, Robinson. Rolling Stone, Etc. 

PEACH — General Assortment, 

Each. 10, 100. 1,000. 

3 to 4 feet, I year 10 % 75 00 $38 00 

4 to 6 feet, I year 15 i 00 7 00 50 00 

Our Peaches are the finest we ever handled, and we solicit a list of your wants in this 
line for terms, etc. 

A PARTIAL LIST OF VARIETIES. 

Alexander, Arasden, Chair's Choice, Crawford's Ey. and Late, Ey. Rivers, Ey. York, 
Foster, Honest John, Heath Cling, Mountain Rose, Mixon Free and Cling, Moore's Favorite, 
Reeves' Favorite, Stump the World, Smock Salway, Troth's Ey., Wheatland, Etc., Etc. 

APRICOT-Russian. 

Each. lo. 1 00. 

2 to 3 feet 15 $1 00 J 6 00 

3 to 4 feet : 20 125 800 

4 to 6 feet. ........ ! . . .V V 25 150 1000 

X \ V \ \^rietie\. 

^Black, Kodiac, Gibb, J. L. Budd, Chinese, Sitka, Alexander, Alex., Catharine and 
Nicholas, Etc, 



THE HOME NURSERY COMPANY'S TRADE LIST. 



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. MISCELLANEOUS. 

Vi Each. JO. 

>y Dewberry, (Lucretia) best, tips $ 35 

Mulberry, (Russian) 3 to 4 feet 15 I 00 

" " 4 to 5 feet 20 I 50 

" " 5 to 6 feet 25 2 00 

IPawpaw, 2 to 3 feet. 15 i 00 

" 3 to 4 feet 20 I 50 

Persimmon (American), 2 to 3 feet 20 I 25 

3 to 4 feet 30 i 50 

Juneberry, 2 yeais 10 50 

Quince (Orange), 2 to 3 feet 20 I 25 

" " 3 to 4 feet 25 I 50 

" fChampion), 3 to 4 feet 35 200 

" (Rhea's Mammoth), 2 to 3 feet 35 2 00 

Osage Hedge, i year transplanted .... 

" " I year, first class .... 

Rhubarb 10 50 

Asparagus (Conover's Col.), I year .... 

" " " 2 years .... 



100. 
I 50 

3 00 
6 00 
8 00 



4 00 
10 00 
12 00 
16 00 
16 00 



1,000. 

Mo 00 



2 00 

1 25 

2 50 
4 00 



CUTTINGS. 



TOO, 1,000. 

Carolina Poplar 50 $2 00 

Wisconsin Weeping Willow 50 2 00 

Silver Poplar 50 2 00 

Lombardy Poplar 50 i 50 

Balm of Gillead 50 2 00 

Golden Willow 50 .... 

Ozier Willow {Basket or Tie) 50 I 50 

White or Gray Willow 25 I 25 

Honeysuckle (Tartarian,) 50 200 



CURRANTS. 



X, Black Naple 

^ Cherry and Versailles. 
^ Palua 

Long Bunch Holland. 
^Red Dutch 

Victoria 

■^'■J While Grape 

'White Dutch 





ONE YEAR. 






TWO YEAR. 




Each. 


|io. 


100. 


Each. 


ro. 


100. 


10 


% 50 


$2 00 


15 


« 75 


5 3 00 


10 


50 


3 00 


15 


75 


3 50 


10 


50 


2 50 


15 


75 


2 50 


15 


50 


3 00 


20 


I 00 


3 50 


10 


50 


2 75 


IS 


75 


3 00 


10 


50 


2 50 


15 


75 


3 5° 


10 


50 


2 50 


15 


75 • 


3 50 


10 


50 


2 50 


15 


75 


3 00 


25 


I 50 


9 00 


35 


2 50 


12 00 



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GOOSEBERRIES. 

(TWO YEAR.) 

Each. 10. 100. 

Houghton 10 $ 75 5 2 50 

Downing 20 i 00 5 uo 

Am. Seedling 10 75 2 50 

Transparent 15 i 00 5 00 

Industry. 30 2 50 15 00 

Smith's Improved 20 I 00 5 00 



IjOCO 

$20 OC 
40 OC 

20 oa 



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T<^E ^O^TE mTR'^RRV COMPANY'S TRADE LIST. 



BLACKBERRIES. 

lo. loo. 1,000. 

, Snyder, from root cuttings 25 $1 00 $ 7 OO' 

\ Snyder, sucker plants 15 75 6 oO' 

Stone's Hardy, from root cuttings 35 I 25 7 50' 

\' Kittatiney, from root cuttings 25 I 00 8 00 

\( Erie, new, very valuable 50 350 2500. 

\jEy. Harvest, first- class 35 2 00 10 00 

RASPBERRIES. 

^^>^^ 100. I,OCO. 

Gregg, old reliable black cap $ 50 $ 4 50' 

>. / Ey. Ohio, very fine, new black 60 5 00 

^. Souhegan, early black cap, profitable 75 6 oO' 

Tyler, new, early black cap 75 6 00 

' Nemaha, prolific, hardy, great bearer, black ; 50 4 So- 

Johnson's Sweet, sweetest of black caps I 50 12 00 

X* Earhart s Everbearing, black, fruits until frost 3 00 20 00 

^ Turner, red, upright, vigorous grower, abundant bearer 50 3 50' 

Crimson Beauty, new, red, desirable 60 5 00 

Shaffer's Collossal, new, purple, very large, productive I 5° 12 00 

^' Golden Queen, yellow, very fine, productive ; I 00 

'" Yellow Caroline, a novelty, reliable, good I 00 . . . . 

Cuthbert, most reliable and profitable, red berry 75 6 00 

Hilborn, new, black cap, ripens very early, prolific, desirable, large 1 50 10 oo- 

'Palmer, new, black cap, ripens with the Souhegan, large, very profitable.. 2 00 15 oO' 

STRAWBERRIES. 

We call special attention to our list of varieties. 

^ DOZ. TOO 1,000 

O'BUBACH No. 5, large in plant and berry % 75 $ 4 00 

■^CHARLES DOWNING, one of the best 50 350 

■-^^CRESCENT, old reliable 50 3 00 

CAPTAIN JACK, vigorous, productive ■. 75 400 

X MICHEE'S early, new, from Ark., strong grower 75 4 00 

MOUNT VERNON, very fine, late variety, large I 00 5 00 

SHARPLESS, large, prolific, good shipper 75 4 00 

WARFIELD No. 2, One of the best varieties for all purposes .... 75 4 00 

■^■'VVILSON ALBAN\ , prolific bearer, good market variety 75 4 00 

"^''JESSIE, S. excellent, large, prolific 75 400 

' 'HAVERLAND, P. healthy, vigorous and productive 75- , 400 

CRAWFORD, S. originated with M. Crawford, fruit large, 

v. firm, and excellent quality. I 00 6 00 

EUREKA (new) P. free runner, good bearer, fruit large, late .... I 00 6 00 
^/ PEARL, S. vigorous grower, productive, fruit large and firm, 

■n^ excellent flavor , 75 4 00 

• STAMEN'S No. l, P. seedling of the Crescent, fine grower, 

""^Z clean foliage, ships and sells well I 00 6 oO' 

GANDY, S. growth of plant the best, fruit large, very firm, 

V , fine, rich flavor, late 75 5 oO' 

LADY RUSK, P. originator claims the best shipper grown, 

earlier than Crescent, fully as productive, and larger I 00 6 00 

^ BOMBA, S. plant large, productive, vigorous, very early, fruit 

X large, firm, excellent shipper 75 400 

\ SUCKER STATE, S. one of the best, heavy yielder, fine 

shipper, excellent quality 75 4 00 

N*^^ FLORENCE, S. fruit large and handsome, regular shape, good 

i^j quality 2 00 10 00 

PARRY, S. very large, productive, 1 hardy, quite firm, plant 

strong and vigorous 75 4 00 



THE HOME NURSERY COMPANY'S TRADE LIST. 



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STRAWBERRIES— Continued. 

Doz. loo. 



^ VIOLA, P. large, delicious flavor, productive, plant large and 

\ . thrifty I oo 6 oo 

.. GREAT AMERICAN, S. fruit large, fine flavor, glossy red, 

firm, valuable for market I oo 6 oo 

GYPSY, P. extra early, fruil firm and of good quality, pro- 
ductive I oo 6 oo 

MRS. CLEVELAND, P. strong grower, fruit large, excellent 

shape and quality I 50 8 00 

YALE, S. growth of plant the best, fruit large, very firm, fine, 

rich flavor, late 75 2 50 

PARKER EARL, P. color and shapfe beautiful, does well 

everywhere, most productive, late in blooming I 00 4 00 

EDGAR QUEEN, P. originated in Edgar Co., 111., best of 
5,000 seedlings, fine grower, dark green foliage, free from 

blight, fruit A No, I I 00 4 00 

BEDER WOOD, S. plant faultless, enormously productive, 

\ fruit large, fine form and color, good quality, one of the 
best for home use or market I 50 5 00 

SAUNDERS. S. very productive, size and quality of fruit 
^ satisfactory, wonderfully attractive, one of the finest sorts I 00 4 00 .... 

^ WOOLVERTON, S. healthy and vigorous, excellent to plant 
with pistulate sorts, as it remains in bloom about 4 weeks, 

^v• very productive, fruit very fine I 5o 5 00 

'MIDDLEFIELD, P. Plant fine grower, faultless, bears well, 
fruit large and beautiful, never misshapen fine for any 

purpose I 00 4 00 .... 

GREAT PACIFIC, P. origin Illinois, plant very strong, hardy, 
prolific bearer, fruit large as Wilson, retaining its size 



\ 



through season, very desirable 100 400 

ENHANCE, P. very productive, free from rust, withstands 
frost and drouth remarkably- well, fruit large, dark, 

glossy red I 00 4 00 

GOV. HOARD, S. originated in Wisconsin, plant vigorous 
and hardy, throwing out many strong runners, one of the 

most valuable varieties I 00 400 

FARNSWOkTH, P. superior quality is its prominent charac- 
teristic, with good culture it is very prolific I 00 4 00 



GRAPES. 

10. 100. 1,000. 

>^ Agawam, one year, extra $ 75 $ 4 00 $ 

^Brighton, " " " I 00 400 

VConcord, " " " 50 2 50 18 00 

>. .1 two " No. 1 75 3 00 22 50 

V Duchess, one " extra _ 75 4 00 

Empire State, one year, extra I 50 1000 

Elvira, two years. No. I 50 3 00 

Hartford, one year, extra 50 2 50 

" two " No. I 75 400 

Ives, one year, extra 50 2 50 

■y^ " two " No. I 75 300 

^ Jefferson, one year, extra 1 50 12 00 

' Martha, " " " 25 I 50 

X " two " No. I 50 2 00 

'Moore's Early, one year, extra i 50 6 00 

, " " two " No. I I 75 800 

" Diamond, one year, extra 3 00 18 00 

" " two " No. 1 3 50 25 00 

N^Moyer, three year, new, very fine 6 00 50 00 

V Niagara, one " extra I 50 6 00 



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THE HOME NURSERY COMPANY'S TRADE LIST. 



GRAPES— Continued. 



lOO. 

lO oo 



Niagara, two " No. 1 200 

xi Pocklington, nne year, extra i 00 5 00 

"'M " two " No. I I 50 8 00 

Salem, " " " 75 4 00 

•^'s Wyoming Red, one year, extra 125 800 

Woodruff " " " " 2 50 

Worden, one year, extra „ i 00 5 00 



DECIDUOUS TREES. 



( NURSERY GROWN.) 



Ash, American white, seedlings, 5 to 10 inches 

" " " 2 to 3 feet, transplanted 

" 3 to 4 " " 

" " " 4 to 6 '' " 

6 to 8 " " 

" " " 8 to 10 " " I inch stems. 

" " I ^ to 2 inch stems 

" " " 2 inch stems 

Birch, European " 3 to 4 feet, transplanted 

" 4 to 5 
" " " 5 to 6 
" " " 6 to 8 

" " " 8 to 10 

" " " ij^ to 2 inch stems 

" " " 2 to 3 inch stems 

Box Elder, 2 to 3 feet, transplanted 

3 to 4 " " 

4 to 6 " " 

6 to 8 " " 

8 to 10 " " 

\'% to lyi inch stems 

to 2 " " 

2 to 3 " " 

Buck Eye, 3 to 4 feet, transplanted 

" " 4 to 6 " " '. . . . 

Catalpa Speciosa, 4 to 6 feet, transplanted 

»' " 6 to 8 " •' 

" " 8 to 10 " " \% stems. 

" " 2 to 3 inch stems 

Chestnut, Horse, 6 feet 

Elm, American white, 2 to 3 feet, transplanted 

" 3to4 " " 

" " 4 to 6 " " 

" 6 to 8 " " 

" " " 8 to lo " '■ 

" " " I ji( to I ^ inch stems 

" " l>i to 2 " " 

Hackberry, 6 to 8 feet, transplanted. 



to 10 



1 to I A inch stem. 



10 to 12 feet, to 2 inch stem. 



SO 
65 
75 
I 00 

1 50 

2 00 
2 50 

75 
I 00 
I 25 

1 so 

2 00 

2 50 

3 50 

25 

35 
75 

1 00 

2 00 
2 50 

2 75 

3 00 
I 00 
I 50 

50 

75 
I 50 
3 00 
3 50 
25 
35 
75 

1 50 

2 00 

2 50 

3 00 
I 00 

1 50 

2 00 



2 00 

3 00 
5 00 

7 00 
10 00 

15 00 
20 00 
5 00 

8 00 
10 00 
12 50 
15 00 
20 00 
25 00 

1 50 

2 00 
5 00 
8 00 

12 so 

18 00 
20 00 
25 00 



3 00 
6 00 
10 00 
25 00 

1 50 

2 so 

5 00 
9 00 
15 00 
20 00 
25 00 



1,000. 
$ I 25 



2S 00 

50 00 
90 00 



rriE HOME NURSERY COMPANY'S TRADE LIST. 



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DECIDUOUS TREES -Continued. 



Ilnckberry, 2 to 3 inch stem 2 50 

Hickory, Shellliaik, 2 lo 3 feet 60 

" " 3 t'^ 4 " !^'> 

" " 4 to 6 " I 00 

Larch, European, 2 to 3 " i 00 

3 to 4 " • 50 

Magnolia, Acuminati, 3 to 4 feet , 3 00 

4 to 6 " 3 SO 

Mountain Ash, European, 4 to 5 feet i 00 8 00 

" " " 5 to 6 " I 25 10 00 

" " " 6 to 8 " , I 50 12 50 

" " Oak Leaf, 3 to 4 " ,. 100 800 

" " " " 4 to 6 . 150 1250 

" " " " 6 to 8 " 2 00 15 00 

'' " " " I to 2 inch stems 2 50 20 00 

" " " 2 to 3 " " 3 50 . . . . 

Poplar, Lombardy, 5 to 6 feet 75 5 00 

" " I to I ^ inch stems i 1000 

" " 1^ io 2 " " 2 00 15 00 

" " 2l4 to 4 " " ......... 2 50 20 00 

" Balm of Gillead, I to inch stems. ............ . 125 1000 ..... 

" " " l_>^ to 2 " " 150 1250 

" " " 2 to 3 " " 2 00 15 00 

" .Silver Leaf, 8 to 10 feet I 25 10 00 

'' " " l}i to 2 inch stems I 50 1250 

" '' " 2 inch stems 2 00 15 00 

Maple, Soft, seedlings, 12 to 18 inches. ... 50 I 50 

" " transplanted, 2 to 3 feet I 50 lo 00 

" " " 3 to 4 " 2 00 1 5 00 

" " " 4 to 6 3 00 25 00 

" " " 6 to 8 " 6 00 50 00 

" " " 8 to 10 " I 50 12 00 

" " " 1)4 inch stems 2 50 

" Sugar, 4 to 6 feet i 25 

" " 6 to g " I 50 ... 

" Norway, 4 to 6 feet 400 

" " ' 6 to 8 " 6 00 

Red Haw, 8 to 10 feet, I lo inch stems I 00 5 00 

" '' 10 to 12 to 2 " " , . I 50 8 00 

Sycamore, 10 feet, i to I ^4 inch stems 3 00 25 00 

" 2 inch stems 2 50 30 00 

Walnut, Black, 2 years, 12 to 24 inches 50 4 00 

" " " 3 to 4 feet 75 600 

" " transplanted, 3 to 4 feet 250 2000 

" " 4 to 6 feet .' I 00 

" " 6 to 8 " I 50 

" " 2 to 3 inch stems 2 50 . ... 



WEEPING TREES. 



Each. 10. 100. 

Birch, Cut Leaf, first-class $ 75 $5 00 $ 

Mountain Ash, " strong .' 50 400 35 00 

Kilmarnock, very fine 50 250 2000 

Willow, Wisconsin, 3 to 4 feet. ........ : 10 40 

" 4 to 6 . 15 60 ..... 

" 6 to 8 " . 25 80 

" " 8 to 10 i •. . i 30 100 



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THE HOME NURSERY COMPA/^V'S TRADE LIST. 



EVERGREENS. 

All nursery grown and transplanted. 



10. tdo. 

Arbor Vitse, American. 9 to 12 inches % 60 | 4 00 

" " " 12 to 18 inches 75 600 

" " " 18 to 24 " I 25 8 00 

" " " 2 to 3 feet 150 1000 

Balsam Fir, 9 to 12 inches i 00 8 00 

" " 12 to 18 inches i 50 12 50 

" " 18 to 24 " 2 00 15 00 

Juniper, Irish, 12 to 18 inches I 50 10 00 

" " 18 to 24 " 2 00 15 00 

" " 2 to 3 feet 2 50 20 00 

Pine, Austrian, 4 to 6 " I 50 10 00 

" Scotch, 3 to 4 " I 50 10 00 

" " 4 to 6 " I 50 ID 00 

" White, 12 to 18 inches 75 600 

" " 18 to 24 " I GO 8 00 

" " 2 to 3 feet 150 1000 

" " 3 to 4 feet 200 1200 

" '' 4 to 6 feet . . 150 1000 

Spruce, Norway, 18 to 24 inches I 00 8 00 

" " 2 to 3 feet I 50 12 00 

" " 3 to 4 " 2 00 



ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS. 

Each. 10. ICO. 

Acacia, Moss Locust, 2 to 3 feet % 20 $1 50 % 

Almond, dwarf, pink and white, strong 15 i 00 

Althea, assorted, named 20 i 50 

Berberry, purple leaf, 18 to 24 inches 15 i 00 

" red fruited, 18 to 24 " 15 i 00 

Calycanthus (Sweet Scented Shrub) 2 to 3 feet 15 i 00 

Cornus, Sanguinea (Red Dogwood), 3 to 4 " 15 i 00 

" Mascula (Cornelian Cherry), 3 to 4 " 15 100 

Cranberi-y, High Bush, 18 to 24 inches. . [5 . i 00 

" " " 2 to 3 feet 20 I 25 

Deutzia, Crenata, single and doul:)le .... 

" Scabra Fortunii, 3 to 4 feet lo 75 5 00 

" 4 to 5 feet 15 I 00 800 

" Gracilis, beautiful, dwarf, I to 2 feet 20 i 50 

Euonymous, (Strawberry Tree, Burning Bush), 3 to 4 feet.. . . 10 75 5 00 

<' " " " " 4 to 5 feet 15 I 00 8 00 

'' " " " 6 to 8 feet.... 20 125 1000 

Forsythia, Golden Bell, 3 to 4 feet 15 i 00 .... 

Honeysuckle Bush, assorted, i to 2 feet 10 50 400 

" " " 3 to 4 " 10 75 6 00 

<« " " 4 to 5 " 15 I 00 8 00 

Hyderangia Cordata, 2 to 3 feet 15 i 00 

" Paniculata Grandiflora, 15 to 18 inches 20 ' I 00 

" " " 18 to 24 " 25 I 25 

Lilac, Purple, i to 2 feet 10 80 

" " 2 to 3 feet 15 I 00 

" " 3 to 4 feet 20 I 25 

" Siberian, 2 to 3 feet 25 2 00 

" White, I to 2 " 20 150 ..... 

" " 2 to 3 " 25 2 00 

Purple Fringe (Smoke Tree), 2 to 3 feet 15 i 00 

" " " " 3 to 4 " 20 I 50 

" " " " 4 to 6 " 25 2 00 

« " " " 6 to 8 " , 25 2 00 



THE HOME NURSERY COMPANY' S TRADE LIST. 



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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS-Cont. 



Quince, Japan Scarlet, I to 2 feet 

" " " 2 to 3 " 

3 t" 4 " 

4 to 5 " ; 

Snowballs, \]2 to 2 feet 

" 2 to 3 feet 

3 to 4 " 

Snowbervy, red and white, I to 2 feet 

" " " " 2 to 3 " 

" " " 3 to 4 " 

Spirea — Douglassii, Opulifolia, Callosa (pink and white), 
Hypirlifolia, Van Houtii, Billardii, Salicifolia, Priini- 
folia, Thumpcrgia-2 to 3 feet 



Each. 

7 
10 

15 



6 to 8 



Yucca, Filanientosa, strong. 



3 to 4 



10 

15 
10 
12 
15 



60 
80 
I 00 
> SO 
50 
75 
I 00 

75 
I 00 
I 25 



4 00 
6 00 
8 00 
6 00 
8 00 
10 00 



10 


75 


4 00 


i>; 


I 00 


6^0 


15 


1 25 


10 00 


15 


I 00 


6 00 


20 


I 25 


8 00 


15 


I 00 


8 00 


20 


I 25 


10 00 


10 


75 


5 00 



HARDY HERBACEOUS PLANTS. 



Each. 

Iris, Japan $ 10 

Patenies, assorted colors 15 



% 75 
I 25 



> 5 00 
10 00 



VINES AND CREEPERS. 



Bignonia Trumpet Creeper 

Wisteria, assorted 

Honeysuckle, Monthly Fragrant, Yellow and Scarlet Trumpet, 



ROSES. 



Harrison Yellow and Persian Yellow 

Madam Plantier, 2 years, very fine 

Climbing Roses, Seven Sisters, Prairie Queen, Anna Marie, 



" white 

Hybrid Perpetual, assorted, 2 years, budded and on own roots 



Each. 


10. 


100, 


% 15 


$1 00 


% 


20 


1 50 




10 


75 


4 00 


15 


I 00 




50 


3 SO 


30 00 


Each. 


10. 


100. 


% 20 


$1 75 


% 


15 


I 00 


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• . flWAJ^DED TO • • 

The Hope ]VIuhsei^y Co. 

ISLORTii^KL, ILLINQIS, 

for the Best Display of j^ursery Stock at 
State fair, Peoma, 111. 

1890.