Archive image from page 26 of Currie's autumn 1929 54th year. Currie's autumn 1929 54th year bulbs and plants curriesautumn19219curr Year: 1929 ( Viola (Tufted Pansy) PEONIES The most popular of all hardy herbaceous plants, admired by everybody, and so easily grown that no one with even the most Hmited garden space should be without one or rnore. They are perfectly hardy, thriving in almost any soil either in the open or light shade. Well enriched loam, however, suits them best, carefully avoiding an over abundance of fresh manure close to the roots. Beware of too deep planting. Make the hole

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Archive image from page 26 of Currie's autumn 1929 54th year. Currie's autumn 1929 54th year bulbs and plants curriesautumn19219curr Year: 1929 ( Viola (Tufted Pansy) PEONIES The most popular of all hardy herbaceous plants, admired by everybody, and so easily grown that no one with even the most Hmited garden space should be without one or rnore. They are perfectly hardy, thriving in almost any soil either in the open or light shade. Well enriched loam, however, suits them best, carefully avoiding an over abundance of fresh manure close to the roots. Beware of too deep planting. Make the hole
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Archive image from page 26 of Currie's autumn 1929 54th year. Currie's autumn 1929 54th year bulbs and plants curriesautumn19219curr Year: 1929 ( Viola (Tufted Pansy) PEONIES The most popular of all hardy herbaceous plants, admired by everybody, and so easily grown that no one with even the most Hmited garden space should be without one or rnore. They are perfectly hardy, thriving in almost any soil either in the open or light shade. Well enriched loam, however, suits them best, carefully avoiding an over abundance of fresh manure close to the roots. Beware of too deep planting. Make the hole deep and wide enough to accommodate the roots, covering the crown with not more than two inches of soil. Albert Crousse—Free blooming late shell pink with long stem. Each 1.00; per doz., 10.00. Avalanche—Late white of perfect shape. Each 75c; per doz., 7.50. Baroness Schroeder—Medium late white. An excellent keeper. Each, 1.25; per doz., 12.50, Germaine Bigot—Early midseason, clear rose pink. Each, 75c; per doz., 7.50. Karl Rosenfield—Early midseason, rich deep brilliant crimson, slightly fragrant. Each, 1.25; per doz., 13.00. La Perle—Late midseason, large mauve-pink. Each 1.00, per doz., 10.00. Livingstone—Fine late, light pink. Large perfect rose type. Each 1.00; per doz., 10.00. Madame Ducel — Early, beautiful silvery mauve-rose. Each, 75c; per doz., 7.50. Marie Crousse—Midseason, lovely salmon- pink, large and full. Each 2.00; per doz., 20.00. Marie Lemolne—Superb, late, white, fragrant. Each, 1.00; per doz., 10.00. Marquis C. Lagergreen—Midseason, bright cherry-red, slightly tinged violet, silver tipped. Each,'2.00; per doz., 20.00. Mons. Jules Elie—Large, early, glossy lilac- pink, overlaid with silvery sheen. Each, 1.50; per doz., 15.00. Mons. Martin Cahuzac—Early midseason, darkest of all peonies. Color deep maroon with garnet hues and black luster. Each, 0.00; per doz., 00.00. Octave Demay—Early, light hydrangea-pink. Each, 1.00; per doz.,