. Barnard's seeds. Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. 90 The W. W. Barnard Co., 231-235 W. Madison St., Chicago FJiiladelplLUs (Mock Orange; Syringa). These shrubs are usually tall, vigorous growers and are also remarkable for their abundance of ver fragrant white flowers which are excellent for cutting. They thrive well in almost any well- drained soil and even under trees. If pruning is necessary, it should be done after flowering, since the flowers appear on the wood formed the previous year. Cut out the bra

. Barnard's seeds. Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. 90 The W. W. Barnard Co., 231-235 W. Madison St., Chicago FJiiladelplLUs (Mock Orange; Syringa). These shrubs are usually tall, vigorous growers and are also remarkable for their abundance of ver fragrant white flowers which are excellent for cutting. They thrive well in almost any well- drained soil and even under trees. If pruning is necessary, it should be done after flowering, since the flowers appear on the wood formed the previous year. Cut out the bra Stock Photo
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. Barnard's seeds. Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. 90 The W. W. Barnard Co., 231-235 W. Madison St., Chicago FJiiladelplLUs (Mock Orange; Syringa). These shrubs are usually tall, vigorous growers and are also remarkable for their abundance of ver fragrant white flowers which are excellent for cutting. They thrive well in almost any well- drained soil and even under trees. If pruning is necessary, it should be done after flowering, since the flowers appear on the wood formed the previous year. Cut out the branches which are 3 or 4 years old and allow the young shoots to grow. This will result in cleaner bushes and finer flow- ers. Valuable for planting as- backgrounds and screens. Coronarius (Garland Syringa). One of the best and earliest. Bearing immense clusters of pure- white fragrant flowers in May. Grows 6 to 12 feet. 2 to 3 ft., eacb, 45c; 3 to 4 ft., each, 60c Aureus. Medium in height. Foliage golden veliow. 90c Gxandiflorus (Large-flowered Syringa). A very vigorous upright grower, attaining at times a height of 20 feet. Slender branches with an abun- dance of pure white, slightly fragrant flowers in June. 3 to 4 ft., 60c Privet, see L»igustrum. Prunus. Triloba (Double Flowering Plum). A vig- orous, low growing, hardy shrub upon the slender branches of which appear, in ad- vance of the leaves, many double pink blossoms. Each. S1.75 Rhus (Sumac). The Sumacs are mostly very hardy and good ornamental plants. Their rich fern- like leaves give a peculiar and somewhat tropical suggestion to a planting. The rich bright colors of the Sumacs in the fall make them very at- tractive. The best display is secured if the old wood is constantly cut out and the vigorous shoots depended upon. Cotlnus (Purple Fringe or Smoke Bush). A low growing shrub of about 10 feet which derives its name from its large loose panicles of purple flow- ers in early Summer. Sold Out. Copalina (B-lack or Shini

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