Archive image from page 38 of Descriptive price list (1930). Descriptive price list . descriptiveprice00cmho 0 Year: 1930 BRIDGEPORT NURSERIES, Bridgeport, Indiana 35 Colorado Blue Spruce. PIN US—Continued. PINUS strobus (White Pine). Tall, stately and most beautiful of all our native Pines ; this is also among the quickest growing, longest lived and most generally useful. The needles are long, silvery blue, and plumy in effect; the tree grows naturally into symmetrical specimens and makes a most imposing feature on lawn when grown singly. Each 1V2 to 2 ft $2.00 P. sylvestris I Scotch Pine

Archive image from page 38 of Descriptive price list (1930). Descriptive price list . descriptiveprice00cmho_0 Year: 1930  BRIDGEPORT NURSERIES, Bridgeport, Indiana 35    Colorado Blue Spruce. PIN US—Continued. PINUS strobus (White Pine). Tall, stately and most beautiful of all our native Pines ; this is also among the quickest growing, longest lived and most generally useful. The needles are long, silvery blue, and plumy in effect; the tree grows naturally into symmetrical specimens and makes a most imposing feature on lawn when grown singly. Each 1V2 to 2 ft $2.00 P. sylvestris I Scotch Pine Stock Photo
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Archive image from page 38 of Descriptive price list (1930). Descriptive price list . descriptiveprice00cmho_0 Year: 1930 BRIDGEPORT NURSERIES, Bridgeport, Indiana 35 Colorado Blue Spruce. PIN US—Continued. PINUS strobus (White Pine). Tall, stately and most beautiful of all our native Pines ; this is also among the quickest growing, longest lived and most generally useful. The needles are long, silvery blue, and plumy in effect; the tree grows naturally into symmetrical specimens and makes a most imposing feature on lawn when grown singly. Each 1V2 to 2 ft $2.00 P. sylvestris I Scotch Pine). Of quick strong growth and very hardy. Usually growrs taller than the Austrian with softer needles and shows a hint of reddish brown in its bark. Particularly suited for screens, wind- breaks or for mass planting. Each 2 to 3 ft $3.00 3 to 4 ft 5.00 Retinospora This group contains many interesting plants. In foliage, grace, beauty and adaptability they are truly attractive. They develop into small trees, never growing as large as Pines or Spruces. The foliage is most attrac- tive, especially when sheared, as then it develops its true color with its lacy and graceful habit, which makes it, whether in specimen or group planting, a much sought for plant. RETINOSPORA fibfera (Thread-Branched Retinospora). Of unique and showy habit, always noticeable. The leading shoot grows upright, the branches are nearly horizontal, with long, drooping, tasseled ends ; pyramidal in outline, bright green. Each lVa to 2 ft $2.60

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