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. Annual seed catalogue : 1900. Nursery stock Nebraska Omaha Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Grasses Seeds Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. 20 THE NEBRASKA SEED CO., OMAHA, NEB. RADISH, French, Radis. German, Radieschen. For a successive supply/ sow from the middle of March until September, at intervals of two or three weeks. For an early supply they may be sown in a hot bed in February, care being taken to give plenty of ventilation, otherwise they will run to leaves. Non Plus Ultra—This is one of the earliest forcing radishes in cultivation. R

. Annual seed catalogue : 1900. Nursery stock Nebraska Omaha Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Grasses Seeds Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. 20 THE NEBRASKA SEED CO., OMAHA, NEB. RADISH, French, Radis. German, Radieschen. For a successive supply/ sow from the middle of March until September, at intervals of two or three weeks. For an early supply they may be sown in a hot bed in February, care being taken to give plenty of ventilation, otherwise they will run to leaves. Non Plus Ultra—This is one of the earliest forcing radishes in cultivation. R Stock Photo
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. Annual seed catalogue : 1900. Nursery stock Nebraska Omaha Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Grasses Seeds Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. 20 THE NEBRASKA SEED CO., OMAHA, NEB. RADISH, French, Radis. German, Radieschen. For a successive supply/ sow from the middle of March until September, at intervals of two or three weeks. For an early supply they may be sown in a hot bed in February, care being taken to give plenty of ventilation, otherwise they will run to leaves. Non Plus Ultra—This is one of the earliest forcing radishes in cultivation. Roots small, round, deep rich red, with very crisp, tender white flesh. Pkt. 5c; oz. 10c; *4 lb. 20c; lb. 50c. Philadelphia White "Box"—Its points of su- periority are its remarkably short top, rapid growth, perfect turnip shape, extra fine quality, and showing no disposition whatever to become pithy with age. Pkt. 5c; oz. 10c; % lb. 20c; lb. 50c. Long, Brightest Scarlet, White Tipped —This is a new variety, resembling the Early Long Scarlet in shape and size, and is very early, being ready for use twenty-five days after sowing. It is very handsome, being of the brightest scarlet, tipped with white. Pkt. 5c; oz. 10c; % lb. 20c; lb. 60c. Early Scarlet Globe—This is one of the quick- est growing and handsomest extra early rad- ishes in cultivation. It is crisp and tender, while its perfect globe shape leaves nothing to be desired. Pkt. 5c; oz. 10c; YL lb. 20c; lb. 50c. Early Deep Scarlet Turnip—A small, .round, red turnip-shaped radish, with a small top and of very quick growth. Mild and crisp when young. Pkt. 5c; oz. 10c; % lb. 20c; lb. 50c. Long Scarlet Short Top—The standard sort grown for private gardens and for market. Pkt. 5c; oz. 10c; % lb. 20c; lb. 50c.. Early Scarlet Turnip, White Tipped Radish. Early Scarlet Turnip, White Tipped — Very early; color bright scarlet, tipped with white, an excellent market variety, fine for forcing. Their shape is per

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