Archive image from page 33 of Descriptive and illustrated catalogue of. Descriptive and illustrated catalogue of new and rare water-lilies, nelumbiums and other choice aquatics, sub-tropical plants, ornamental grasses, etc. . descriptiveillus1895will Year: 1895 30 WM. TRICKER & CO., CLIFTON, N. J. THALICTRUM PURPUREUM. A tall, purplish, or whitish flowered species for the wild garden; 4 to 8 feet. Price 25 cents each; $2.50 per dozen. THALICTRUM SPECIOSUM. A fine, large, yellow flowered sort, with handsome leaves; 3 to 5 feet. Price 25 cents each; $2.50 per dozen. THALICTRUM. Species from Jap

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Archive image from page 33 of Descriptive and illustrated catalogue of. Descriptive and illustrated catalogue of new and rare water-lilies, nelumbiums and other choice aquatics, sub-tropical plants, ornamental grasses, etc. . descriptiveillus1895will Year: 1895 30 WM. TRICKER & CO., CLIFTON, N. J. THALICTRUM PURPUREUM. A tall, purplish, or whitish flowered species for the wild garden; 4 to 8 feet. Price 25 cents each; $2.50 per dozen. THALICTRUM SPECIOSUM. A fine, large, yellow flowered sort, with handsome leaves; 3 to 5 feet. Price 25 cents each; $2.50 per dozen. THALICTRUM. Species from Jap
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Archive image from page 33 of Descriptive and illustrated catalogue of. Descriptive and illustrated catalogue of new and rare water-lilies, nelumbiums and other choice aquatics, sub-tropical plants, ornamental grasses, etc. . descriptiveillus1895will Year: 1895 30 WM. TRICKER & CO., CLIFTON, N. J. THALICTRUM PURPUREUM. A tall, purplish, or whitish flowered species for the wild garden; 4 to 8 feet. Price 25 cents each; $2.50 per dozen. THALICTRUM SPECIOSUM. A fine, large, yellow flowered sort, with handsome leaves; 3 to 5 feet. Price 25 cents each; $2.50 per dozen. THALICTRUM. Species from Japan; ij to 2 feet, with handsome foliage and large clusters of pure white flowers. Price 30 cents each. THERMOPSIS CAROLINIAN A. A showy native plant, with long spikes of Lupin- like, yellow flowers in summer; grows 5 feet high. Price 25 cents each; $2.50 per dozen. TROLLIUS EUROPUS, (European Globe Flower). A pretty plant, with large, lemon-colored, Butter- cup-like flowers; 1 to 1 inches across; on long stems. Price 30 cents each; $3.00 per dozen. TROLLIUS JAPONICUS, (Japan Globe Flower). Similar to the above, but with large orange flowers appearing in early spring. Price 30 cents each; $3.00 per dozen. TYPHA LATIFOLIA. The well-known cat-tail; grows in wet, swampy places. Price 15 cents each; $i.fo per dozen. VERNONIA NOVEBORACENSIS, (New York Iron Weed). Two to six feet. Flowers of a dark purple, in large cymes in autumn; makes a fine plant for semi- wild garden or isolated positions in rich soil. Price 25 cents each ; $2.50 per dozen. VERONICA SUBSESSILIS. This is, without doubt, the finest of all the hardy, herbaceous Speedwells m cultivation. The flower spike is large, as are also the individual flowers, the color of which is a brilliant, deep amethystine blue, a color which contrasts strikingly with the rich green foliage. It is a Japanese plant, and perfectly hardy; 1 to 2 feet. Price 25 cents each ; $2. 50 per dozen. 4ardy Orranera' (grasses. These are among the most u