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Excerpt from Bulb Catalog, Autumn 1933: Tulips, Hyacinths, Daffodils, Anemones, Ranunculus, Hardy Lilies and Miscellaneous Bulbs Plant tulips from October to December. Late October and November 18 the most favorable time although planting may be done as late as early January. Plant tulip bulbs six inches deep ln sandy soil and 5 inches deep m heavy soil. Place a handful of sand under each bulb and water thor oughly. Do not mix fresh manure or chemical fertilizer in the soil where it will come in …
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Excerpt from Fall Bulb Catalog, 1941 Ben Hur. This new Giant variety with its immense deeply frilled blooms of pure Roman gold is our largest Daffodil. Beautifully proportioned despite its giant size, it has a flaring loud speaker trumpet which is unique. Our best new giant yellow trumpet. 1 for 350; 3 for 950; 12 for $3 20. When you buy Armstrong Bulbs you get only full size, carefully cured, quality bulbs which will produce superior blooms for you, satisfying in size and color. You will note that …
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Excerpt from Hardy Herbaceous and Alpine Plants: Wholesale Catalog, Spring 1929 A complete collection of these is offered in our import bulb catalog. Prices and list of varieties will be sent on request. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original …
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Excerpt from Wholesale Catalog of Bulbs and Flower Roots, 1929 LA victoire, bright glistening deep carmine rose, very fine spike, extra for Exhibition; when forced, the color of this variety is not so deep as when grown out of doors. Marconi, very bright rose, large compact truss, a splendid pot hyacinth. Moreno, improved form of Norma, the spike is much larger, great number of bells and of a deeper pink, extra. Q U E E N OF the P I N K S beautiful rosy pink, extra bells and long spike, late. About …
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Excerpt from 1932 Fall Bulb Catalog These beautiful May flowering varieties are becoming more popular each season, being entirely distinct from the early flowering sorts, in their taller growth and later season of blooming. They are very desirable to grow in conjunction with the Darwin and Breeder Tulips, as they come in many different shades not found in other Tulips, and also prolong the blooming season - Plant bulbs 4 or 5 inches deep, 6 to 9 inches apart. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes …
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Excerpt from Bulb Catalog, Autumn 1933: Tulips, Hyacinths, Daffodils, Anemones, Ranunculus, Hardy Lilies and Miscellaneous Bulbs Plant tulips from October to December. Late October and November 18 the most favorable time although planting may be done as late as early January. Plant tulip bulbs six inches deep ln sandy soil and 5 inches deep m heavy soil. Place a handful of sand under each bulb and water thor oughly. Do not mix fresh manure or chemical fertilizer in the soil where it will come in …
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Excerpt from Trade Catalog, 1938: Hemerocallis, Liliums, Irises, Peonies Hercule Dbl. Very large Petals round, slightly waved and crinkled and washed with blue and purple around bright yellow blotch. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format …
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Excerpt from Modest Catalog of One Hundred Choice and Standard Varieties of Gladiolus Bulbs, 1926 When cutting the blooms, always allow about four good leaves to remain on the stalk, as the plant will need these leaves to form a good Vigorous bulb for the next sea son and to develop small bulblets or cormels which should be saved and planted, either with your large bulbs or by themselves the next year. These small bulblets or cor mels are new blood and will always be the same as the old bulb. New …
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