. C.E. Allen's catalogue of seeds plants and small fruits, 1888. Nurseries (Horticulture) Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Nursery stock Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Seeds Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Plants Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Flowers Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Fruit Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs. •^Plant and geed Catalogue.^i- 63. clusters of small pinkish white flowers, extremely fragrant. 25 cents each. DAHLIA. The Dahlia succeeds best in a strong, loamy soil. Plants should be set four feet apart. One of the most attractive autumn flowers, blooming from August until killed by fr

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. C.E. Allen's catalogue of seeds plants and small fruits, 1888. Nurseries (Horticulture) Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Nursery stock Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Seeds Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Plants Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Flowers Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Fruit Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs. •^Plant and geed Catalogue.^i- 63. clusters of small pinkish white flowers, extremely fragrant. 25 cents each. DAHLIA. The Dahlia succeeds best in a strong, loamy soil. Plants should be set four feet apart. One of the most attractive autumn flowers, blooming from August until killed by fr Stock Photo
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. C.E. Allen's catalogue of seeds plants and small fruits, 1888. Nurseries (Horticulture) Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Nursery stock Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Seeds Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Plants Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Flowers Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Fruit Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs. •^Plant and geed Catalogue.^i- 63. clusters of small pinkish white flowers, extremely fragrant. 25 cents each. DAHLIA. The Dahlia succeeds best in a strong, loamy soil. Plants should be set four feet apart. One of the most attractive autumn flowers, blooming from August until killed by fr
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. C.E. Allen's catalogue of seeds plants and small fruits, 1888. Nurseries (Horticulture) Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Nursery stock Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Seeds Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Plants Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Flowers Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs; Fruit Vermont Brattleboro Catalogs. •^Plant and geed Catalogue.^i- 63. clusters of small pinkish white flowers, extremely fragrant. 25 cents each. DAHLIA. The Dahlia succeeds best in a strong, loamy soil. Plants should be set four feet apart. One of the most attractive autumn flowers, blooming from August until killed by froet. Bulbs can be start- ed in pots in March or April to l)e planted in the DAHLIAS. open ground in May, when safe from frost, to encourage early blooming, or bulbs can he planted in the open ground in early May. Store bulbs in winter by packing in saw- dust or dry sand in a cel'ar free from frost. The following are selected from large collections as the best contrast in colors. Price 15c. each; $1.50 per dozen. Large Flowering. Cro-wn Prince. Deep buff; free. B. Oosslaiicl. Dark purple. Duke of Albany. Rich crimson. Fanny Purrlia^e, Bright yellow. Firefly. Deep scarlet. J. Vick. Maroon purple, rich, full fine form. Oriole. Yellow striped and tipped scarlet. Pioneer. Black large flower. Princess. White, large, free. Nasby. Bronze, striped maroon. Bouquet Dahlias. Brilliant. Dark crimson. Catharine. Fine yellow. Gem. Intense scarlet. Darkness. Blackish maroon. Little Leopold. Deep pink. Sapplio. Rich maro<.n. ' White Aster. Fringed white. Admiral Dot. Purplish manve, quilled. Lady Blanche. White, small flower, fine for culling. Khedive. Crimson and white. Dwarf Bedding. Fire King. Bright crimson. Gold Finder, tiolden yellow. Pearle. Fine pearly white. Rising Sun. Intense scarlet. Rose (iueen. Rose; white center. Sambo. Dark maroon. Single Dahlias, Cloth of <iold. Fine yellow. Gen. Oiaz. Bright scarlet. Harrold. Velvety maroon. Paragon Violet purple. White Uneen. Large wh

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