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Dreer's garden book 1922 (1922) Dreer's garden book 1922 dreersgardenbook1922henr Year: 1922 ^flEltRyAJREEHiiamiBjg^ 109 (Scarlet Sage) The Scarlet Sage has long been a favorite bedding plant, also grown for conservatory decoration, bearing long spikes of flowers in great profusion from July to frost; seeds should be sown as early as possible, either indoors or in a hotbed, and the young plants transferred to their flowering quarters when the weather has become settled and warm. May also be sown in the open ground in May. per pkt. 3935 Splendens {Scarlet Sage). Beautiful bright scar- let;

Dreer's garden book 1922 (1922) Dreer's garden book 1922 dreersgardenbook1922henr Year: 1922  ^flEltRyAJREEHiiamiBjg^ 109    (Scarlet Sage) The Scarlet Sage has long been a favorite bedding plant, also grown for conservatory decoration, bearing long spikes of flowers in great profusion from July to frost; seeds should be sown as early as possible, either indoors or in a hotbed, and the young plants transferred to their flowering quarters when the weather has become settled and warm. May also be sown in the open ground in May. per pkt. 3935 Splendens {Scarlet Sage). Beautiful bright scar- let;  Stock Photo
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Dreer's garden book 1922 (1922) Dreer's garden book 1922 dreersgardenbook1922henr Year: 1922 ^flEltRyAJREEHiiamiBjg^ 109 (Scarlet Sage) The Scarlet Sage has long been a favorite bedding plant, also grown for conservatory decoration, bearing long spikes of flowers in great profusion from July to frost; seeds should be sown as early as possible, either indoors or in a hotbed, and the young plants transferred to their flowering quarters when the weather has become settled and warm. May also be sown in the open ground in May. per pkt. 3935 Splendens {Scarlet Sage). Beautiful bright scar- let; 3 feet. J oz., 75 cts 10 3932 ' Bonfire.' This is one of the finest of the Scarlet Sages, growing in a compact bush 2 feet high by 2 feet in diameter. Its erect spikes of brilliant scarlet flowers stand clear above the dark green foliage and completely cover the plant. It attracts immediate at- tention ill the garden, and is one of the most effective and gorgeous plants in cultivation Per Joz.,60 cts. 10 3934 Ball of Fire. A compact type and popular for beds and borders requiring a variety of dwarfer habit than the regular Scarlet Sage or the variety 'Bonfire.' Per J oz., 75 cts 15 3937 Zurich. A splendid dwarf variety, growing about 2 feet high, and is especially valuable on account of being the earliest to bloom, flowering ten days in ad- vance cf any other sort. ^ oz., 75 cts 20 3936 America, or Qlobe of Fire. This is the freest and most continuous blooming of all the Scarlet Sages, also the most uniform in habit of growth, which makes it particularly valuable for bedding or planting in lines. 5 pkis., $1.00 25 Salvia Splendens (Scarlet Sage) VARIOUS SALVIAS 3928 Azurea (irandiflora. A hardy perennial variety, produ;ing during August and September spikes of pretty sky blue flowers in great profusion; 2 to 3 feet 10 3929 Farinacea. A perennial variety, but best grown as an annual. Seed sown in the open ground in May, bloom- ing fron July to frost. The fine light blue flowers

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