. Annual catalogue : seeds, bulbs, plants, implements, etc.. Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Fruit Seeds Catalogs; Agricultural implements Catalogs; Commercial catalogs Ohio Cincinnati; Vegetables; Flowers; Fruit; Agricultural implements; Commercial catalogs. Golden Tankard. BORECOLE, or KALE, (Blaetter Kohl, Ger.) This may be sown in May and transplanted in the same way as cabbages. They make very tender and delicious greens in the Fall. After a touch of frost their tenderness will be much enhanced. Very hardy, easily grown, they deserve more general cultivation. One ounce to one

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. Annual catalogue : seeds, bulbs, plants, implements, etc.. Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Fruit Seeds Catalogs; Agricultural implements Catalogs; Commercial catalogs Ohio Cincinnati; Vegetables; Flowers; Fruit; Agricultural implements; Commercial catalogs. Golden Tankard. BORECOLE, or KALE, (Blaetter Kohl, Ger.) This may be sown in May and transplanted in the same way as cabbages. They make very tender and delicious greens in the Fall. After a touch of frost their tenderness will be much enhanced. Very hardy, easily grown, they deserve more general cultivation. One ounce to one hundred yards of row. Dwarf German Kale.—Very hardy, a standard variety, 10 cts. oz. 20 cts. % lb. 60 cts. lb. Tall Scotch Curled.—One of the best, 10 cts. oz. 30 cts. Dwarf German Curled Kale. ' lb. 80 cts. lb. BRUSSELS SPROUTS, (Sprossen Kohl, Ger.) This plant grows two or three feet high, and produces from the sides of the stalk numerous little sprouts one or two inches in diameter, resembling cabbage. The leaves should be broken down in the Fall to give the little cabbages more room to grow. They should in all respects be treated like Winter cabbage. Dwarf Improved.—A variety producing compact sprouts of excellent quality, 25 cts. oz. 60 cts. X lb- $1.75 lb. CABBAGE,( Weisskopf Kohl, Ger. This vegetable requires a deep, rich, mel- low soil, high manuring, and good culture, in order to obtain fine, solid heads. For early use, sow seeds of the early kinds in the hot bed, or in a box in the house, the last of Janu- ary or early in February, and transplant them in the open ground in April, in rows two feet apart and IS inches between the plants in the row; or sow a bed of seed outside as soon as the soil can be worked, if you do not care for real early cabbage. These may be transplanted in about four weeks. For second early cab- bage, sow in April and transplant in May. For late cabbage, sow in May and transplant in July, in rows three feet apart and two feet apart in th

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