Ellwanger & Barry Mount Ellwanger & Barry : Mount Hope nurseries ellwangerbarrymo1898moun Year: 1898 GENERAL CATALOGUE. 95 PERIPLOCA. Silk Vine. Schlinge, Ger. P. Graeca. Native of Southern Europe. A rapid-growing beautiful climber. Will twine around a tree or other support to the height of 30 or 40 feet. Fol- iage glossy, and purple brown axillary clusters of flowers. 35c. TECOMA. Trumpet Flower. Jasmintrompete, Ger. Bignone, Fr. T. radicans. American Climbing Trumpet Creeper A splendid, hardy, climbing plant, with large, trumpet-shaped scarlet flowrers in August. 35c. var. grandiflora. Lar

Ellwanger & Barry  Mount Ellwanger & Barry : Mount Hope nurseries ellwangerbarrymo1898moun Year: 1898  GENERAL CATALOGUE. 95 PERIPLOCA. Silk Vine. Schlinge, Ger. P. Graeca. Native of Southern Europe. A rapid-growing beautiful climber. Will twine around a tree or other support to the height of 30 or 40 feet. Fol- iage glossy, and purple brown axillary clusters of flowers. 35c. TECOMA. Trumpet Flower. Jasmintrompete, Ger. Bignone, Fr. T. radicans. American Climbing Trumpet Creeper A splendid, hardy, climbing plant, with large, trumpet-shaped scarlet flowrers in August. 35c. var. grandiflora. Lar Stock Photo
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Ellwanger & Barry Mount Ellwanger & Barry : Mount Hope nurseries ellwangerbarrymo1898moun Year: 1898 GENERAL CATALOGUE. 95 PERIPLOCA. Silk Vine. Schlinge, Ger. P. Graeca. Native of Southern Europe. A rapid-growing beautiful climber. Will twine around a tree or other support to the height of 30 or 40 feet. Fol- iage glossy, and purple brown axillary clusters of flowers. 35c. TECOMA. Trumpet Flower. Jasmintrompete, Ger. Bignone, Fr. T. radicans. American Climbing Trumpet Creeper A splendid, hardy, climbing plant, with large, trumpet-shaped scarlet flowrers in August. 35c. var. grandiflora. Large-flowered Trumpet Creeper. A rare and beautiful variety of the Trumpet Creeper. Flowers very large, salmon color, center yellow7, striped red ; fine. 50c. WISTARIA. Wistarie, Ger. Glycine, Fr. W. brachybotrys. From Japan. Flowers light blue and fragrant; clusters short. 35c. W. Sinensis. Chinese Wistaria. One of the most elegant and rapid growing of all climbing plants ; attains an immense size, growing at the rate of 15 to 20 feet in a season. Has long, pendulous clusters of pale blue flowers in May and June and in autumn. 50c. var. alba. Chinese White Wistaria. Pure white flowers. Introduced by Mr. Fortune, from China, and regarded as one of his greatest acquisitions. #1.00. var. flore pleno. A strong grower when established; flowers in racemes; purple, very double ; rather a shy bloomer. $1.00. W. frutescens. Shrubby, or Cluster-flowered Wistaria. American. In habit less vigorous than the Chinese. Flowers pale blue in short clusters. 35c. var. alba. White American Wistaria. Flowers clear white ; bunches short; free bloomer. $1.00. W. magnifica. Flowers h. dense drooping racemes of the same size as the Chinese, and of a pale lilac color; vigorous and perfectly hardy. 35c. W. multijuga. From Japan. Dark blue flowers. Similar to Chinese, but darker. $1.00. var. alba. Magnificent racemes of white flowers. $1.00. CHINESE WISTARIA.