. Barnard's seeds. Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. The W. W. Barnard Co., 231-235 W. Madison St., Chicago 79 LILIES All herbaceous borders should have a few Lilies scattered through them. The sorts offered below can be planted with excellent results during the early spring months. It is in the hardy border that Lilies do best, as they get the benefit of the shade of the surrounding plants, which is so necessary for their welfare; other varieties should be planted in the autumn and are offered in our autumn ca

. Barnard's seeds. Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. The W. W. Barnard Co., 231-235 W. Madison St., Chicago 79 LILIES All herbaceous borders should have a few Lilies scattered through them. The sorts offered below can be planted with excellent results during the early spring months. It is in the hardy border that Lilies do best, as they get the benefit of the shade of the surrounding plants, which is so necessary for their welfare; other varieties should be planted in the autumn and are offered in our autumn ca Stock Photo
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. Barnard's seeds. Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. The W. W. Barnard Co., 231-235 W. Madison St., Chicago 79 LILIES All herbaceous borders should have a few Lilies scattered through them. The sorts offered below can be planted with excellent results during the early spring months. It is in the hardy border that Lilies do best, as they get the benefit of the shade of the surrounding plants, which is so necessary for their welfare; other varieties should be planted in the autumn and are offered in our autumn catalogue. Lilies thrive best in a well-dug, rich, moist soil. Deep planting is recammended—at least six inches deep for most, and more than that for the Speci- osum varieties. All Lilies form two sets of roots—one set below and the other above the bulb. For best effects place the bulbs in clumps of six or more, with at least an inch of sand beneath, over, and around each one, then cover with soil. Although these Lilies are generally known as hardy, it is advisable to cover the sur- face with leaves or litter in late fall as a protec- tive measure against frost. JAPAN LILIES Anratmu (Golden Japan Lily). This superb Lily has flowers 8 to 10 inches in diameter com- posed of six white petals, thickly studded with rich chocolate-crimson spots and a bright golden band through the center of each petal; exquisite vanilla-like perfume. This variety is peculiar in that it does not take kindly to having any kind of manure near its roots. Suitable also for pots indoors. Not Prepaid Postpaid Each Doz. Each Doz. Small Bulbs $0.30 $3.00 $0.35 $3.25 Medium Bulbs 35 3.75 .40 4.25 Large Bulbs 60 5.00 .70 5.50. Iiilium Aaratnin. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. W. W. Barnard & Co; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery

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