Archive image from page 32 of Currie's 65th year garden annual. Currie's 65th year garden annual curries65thyearg19curr Year: 1940 ( French Dwarf Double Harmony Hybrids FRENCH DWARF DOUBLE HARMONY HYBRIDSThe compact plants of this Marigold combined with its extremely early, free flowering character makes it one of the outstanding introductions of the season. The plants grow to 12' to 14' in height. The flowers are 100 double of a medium size, averaging 13,4' ni diameter. They do not have a strong Marigold odor. Pkf., 25c. NEW MARIGOLDS LIMELIGHT—A new color, of pale primrose yellow or deep

Archive image from page 32 of Currie's 65th year garden annual. Currie's 65th year garden annual  curries65thyearg19curr Year: 1940 ( French Dwarf Double Harmony Hybrids FRENCH DWARF DOUBLE HARMONY HYBRIDSThe compact plants of this Marigold combined with its extremely early, free flowering character makes it one of the outstanding introductions of the season. The plants grow to 12' to 14' in height. The flowers are 100 double of a medium size, averaging 13,4' ni diameter. They do not have a strong Marigold odor. Pkf., 25c.    NEW MARIGOLDS LIMELIGHT—A new color, of pale primrose yellow or deep Stock Photo
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Archive image from page 32 of Currie's 65th year garden annual. Currie's 65th year garden annual curries65thyearg19curr Year: 1940 ( French Dwarf Double Harmony Hybrids FRENCH DWARF DOUBLE HARMONY HYBRIDSThe compact plants of this Marigold combined with its extremely early, free flowering character makes it one of the outstanding introductions of the season. The plants grow to 12' to 14' in height. The flowers are 100 double of a medium size, averaging 13, 4' ni diameter. They do not have a strong Marigold odor. Pkf., 25c. NEW MARIGOLDS LIMELIGHT—A new color, of pale primrose yellow or deep cream which stands out most prominently in any planting. It is the lightest in color of all marigolds. Flowers grow 2' across, and ore made up of hundreds of artisti- cally curled and intelaced petals, so arranged as to form c perfectly round and symmetrical head of the most exquisite pompon crysan- themum-like form. The plants are of a dwarf, bushy habit, 20' high and 2' across, vigorous growing and very free flowering. They begin to bloom in 17 weeks from the time the seed is sown and will continue to flower profusely until frost. The uniformity of the plants makes them very desiroble for use in beds and borders; the light yellow color of the chrysanthemum-like flowers mokes Limelight Marigold valuable for cutting. Pkt., 25e. YELLOW PYGMY—The tiniest of all Marigolds is this lilliput double french. Plants grow to height of 6' with foliage forming a compact mass about 4' high with the flowers borne well above the leaves. The flowers are so extremely double that they ore globular in shape. The color is a sparkling light lemon yellow. Yellow Pygmy is so uni- form in habit and color thot it is most suitable for edgings ond other spots in the garden where dwarf plants ore needed. They bloom very early, less than 10 weeks from the time of sowing, ond continue blooming profusely until frost. Pkt., 25c. RED & GOLD HYBRIDS—They grow 3' in diameter; some are solid red ond others

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