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Dreer's garden calendar : 1884 . urning out duringthe hottest and dryest weather. The plant is a strong vigorous grower and of a compact spreading habit. 30cents ; $3.00 per dozen. CORYNOSTYLIS HYBANTHUS ALBIFLORA. The genus Corynostylis belongs to the family of the Violets. The present species was found on the banks ofthe Amazon. It is of a trailing or climbing habit, producing white trumpet-shaped flowers about two inches long,suspended on long thread-like stems; these interesting flowers, taken in profile, present the appearance of somelong-spurred Tropseolum, while on the front view they b

Dreer's garden calendar : 1884 . urning out duringthe hottest and dryest weather. The plant is a strong vigorous grower and of a compact spreading habit. 30cents ; $3.00 per dozen. CORYNOSTYLIS HYBANTHUS ALBIFLORA. The genus Corynostylis belongs to the family of the Violets. The present species was found on the banks ofthe Amazon. It is of a trailing or climbing habit, producing white trumpet-shaped flowers about two inches long,suspended on long thread-like stems; these interesting flowers, taken in profile, present the appearance of somelong-spurred Tropseolum, while on the front view they b Stock Photo
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Dreer's garden calendar : 1884 . urning out duringthe hottest and dryest weather. The plant is a strong vigorous grower and of a compact spreading habit. 30cents ; $3.00 per dozen. CORYNOSTYLIS HYBANTHUS ALBIFLORA. The genus Corynostylis belongs to the family of the Violets. The present species was found on the banks ofthe Amazon. It is of a trailing or climbing habit, producing white trumpet-shaped flowers about two inches long,suspended on long thread-like stems; these interesting flowers, taken in profile, present the appearance of somelong-spurred Tropseolum, while on the front view they bear a resemblance to those of a gigantic Violet. 50 cents. CYPERUS LEPTOCLODUS. A desirable variety of Pandanus-like growth, with long green leaves suitable for centres of baskets or vases.30 cents. CYPERUS LAXUS FOLIA VARIEGATA. This variety has beautiful variegated foliage, similar to, but much superior and more constant in colorirg thanthe well-known C. Altemifolia Variegata. 50 cents. XVI DREEKS GARDEN CALENDAR—Supplement.. DAHLIA JUAREZII. DAHLIA JUAREZII—CACTUS DAHLIA. A grand and distinct variety, most valuable and useful as adecorative plant for all purposes through the late summer andautumn months. Its blossoms are of a rich crimson-scarlet, and very much re-semble in color and shape the well-known Cactus-Cereus Spe-ciosissimus, hence the name Cnctus Dahlia. It grows from three to four feet high, very branching, flowersof very striking appearance, and quite unlike those of an ordi-nary double Dahlia, the florets being flat and not cupped. 50cents each. DRAC^NA GOLDIANA. One of the most magnificent ornamental foliage plants everintroduced, and altogether unique in character and aspect. Itis a native of Western Tropical Africa. The plant is of erecthabit and the stems are closely set with stalked spreading If^aves,the petioles of which are of a grayish color; terete with a narrow-furrow along the upper side, the base being dilated and sheathingthe stem. The blade of

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