. Catalogue and price list. Rock plants Catalogs; Rock gardens Vermont Catalogs; Nursery stock Vermont Catalogs. DICENTRA eximia:—10-12 in. Rose-pink, heart-shaped flowers in late summer 35 DIGITALIS Thapsi:—18 in. A beautiful little Foxglove, thoroughly per- ennial in buff and pink shades. New 35 DODECATHEON Cusickii:—6 in. A very small and rare Shooting Star. Rose color with yellow center 35 D. media:—12-15 in. Pale rose-colored blooms. Late spring 35 D. pauciflorum:—Pretty stars of pink and yellow in late spring 35 DOUGLASIA montana:—2 in. Tight rosettes of green surmounted with pink blooms

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. Catalogue and price list. Rock plants Catalogs; Rock gardens Vermont Catalogs; Nursery stock Vermont Catalogs. DICENTRA eximia:—10-12 in. Rose-pink, heart-shaped flowers in late summer 35 DIGITALIS Thapsi:—18 in. A beautiful little Foxglove, thoroughly per- ennial in buff and pink shades. New 35 DODECATHEON Cusickii:—6 in. A very small and rare Shooting Star. Rose color with yellow center 35 D. media:—12-15 in. Pale rose-colored blooms. Late spring 35 D. pauciflorum:—Pretty stars of pink and yellow in late spring 35 DOUGLASIA montana:—2 in. Tight rosettes of green surmounted with pink blooms
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. Catalogue and price list. Rock plants Catalogs; Rock gardens Vermont Catalogs; Nursery stock Vermont Catalogs. DICENTRA eximia:—10-12 in. Rose-pink, heart-shaped flowers in late summer 35 DIGITALIS Thapsi:—18 in. A beautiful little Foxglove, thoroughly per- ennial in buff and pink shades. New 35 DODECATHEON Cusickii:—6 in. A very small and rare Shooting Star. Rose color with yellow center 35 D. media:—12-15 in. Pale rose-colored blooms. Late spring 35 D. pauciflorum:—Pretty stars of pink and yellow in late spring 35 DOUGLASIA montana:—2 in. Tight rosettes of green surmounted with pink blooms in June. Rare and difficult; moraine treatment 75 D. vitaliana:—2 in. Yellow flowers over hard green tufts; easy 50 Doronicum clusii:—12 in. Many large yellow daisies on a plant not too large for the Rock Garden in early spring 35 DRABA:—A genus of mountain plants that are among the best for lit- tle crevices in the rocks. All are very early bloomers and should be planted in full sun. Very hardy. D. aizoides:—2 in. Spiny, dark green rosettes, golden yellow bloom. .35 D. androsace (D. lactae):—3 in. White blooms over loose cushions. .35 ,D. arabisans:—5 in. Large white flowers in May. Very pretty 35 D. bertoloni:—A much enlarged D. aizoides. One of the best 35 ,D. fladzinensis:—4-5 in. Lovely. White flowers in May 35 D. Hainoldi:—2 in. Lovely spiny green cushions covered with bright yellow flowers in early spring. Very rare 35 D. Olympic a:—Forms a mossy mound 8 to 10 inches across, overlaid with golden flowers in early spring 50 D. rigida:—Tight tufts of stiff dark-green needle-like foliage covered with bright yellow flowers on short stems in early spring. A very rare plant 50 D. siberica:—A trailing plant making a ground hugging mat which is covered with golden flowers on 6 in. stems 35 DRY AS integrifolia:—1 in. Smallest and rarest Dryas. White bloom. 1.00 D. sundermanni:—3 in. Cream-colored bloom in June. Lovely 50. (15). Please note

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