. Barnard's seeds. Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. 18 The W. W. Barnard Co., 231-235 W. Madison St., Chicago Eg^ Plant Sow in hotbed early in spring; transplant 2io feet apart each "way after -weather becomes settled and warm. If no hotbed is at hand, plants may be started in pots or boxes in the house. The potato beetle is very fond of the plants. Paris Green, also Slug Shot, ap- plied same as to potatoes, will keep them in check. One ounce per 1.000 plants. Black Beauty. Spineless and rich purplish- bl

. Barnard's seeds. Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. 18 The W. W. Barnard Co., 231-235 W. Madison St., Chicago Eg^ Plant Sow in hotbed early in spring; transplant 2io feet apart each "way after -weather becomes settled and warm. If no hotbed is at hand, plants may be started in pots or boxes in the house. The potato beetle is very fond of the plants. Paris Green, also Slug Shot, ap- plied same as to potatoes, will keep them in check. One ounce per 1.000 plants. Black Beauty. Spineless and rich purplish- bl Stock Photo
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. Barnard's seeds. Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. 18 The W. W. Barnard Co., 231-235 W. Madison St., Chicago Eg^ Plant Sow in hotbed early in spring; transplant 2io feet apart each "way after -weather becomes settled and warm. If no hotbed is at hand, plants may be started in pots or boxes in the house. The potato beetle is very fond of the plants. Paris Green, also Slug Shot, ap- plied same as to potatoes, will keep them in check. One ounce per 1.000 plants. Black Beauty. Spineless and rich purplish- black skin; very attractive and of best quality. This beautiful egg plant is a great improvement over the well-known and largely grown New York Purple. The plants are remarkably healthy in their growth, and produce an abundance of large fruit fully ten days earlier than the New York. Pkt., 10c; oz., 50c; lb., S1.50 New Tork Improved Purple. This variety is a general favorite both for market and private use. Fruits ~ large, oval: color a splendid dark purple. Plants usually ripen four to eight large fruits. Pkt., 10c; oz„ 50c; 14 lb., $1.50 We will have "Egg Plants in season. ENDIVE For the first crop, sow in May, and for succession, in June and July. When the plants are two or three inches high, transplant them into light soil, one foot apart. When the leaves are eight to ten inches long, tie the tops together to blanch the heart and remove the bitter taste. May be lifted late in fall with ball of earth attached and place close to- gether in a frame or cellar. It makes a delicious salad for winter use. One ounce will sow 150 feet of drill. Green Moss Curled. A uniqtie variety, somewhat re- sembling a tuft of moss. Very crisp, tender and of good flavor. Being less hardy than other sorts, it reauires protection from cold. Pkt., 10c; oz., 15c; 14 lb., 35c; lb., $1.25 Broad-teaved Batavian. Has slightly wrinkled thick leaves. It is usually grown for use in soups and stews. Pkt

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