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Farm and garden annual : spring 1907 . fine, dense and procumbent foliage andthe profusion of their flowers wliich. in earlysummer, create a blaze of color difhcult todescribe. P. Amoena—6-inches. May. Pretty bright pinkstar-like flowers. P. Sulnilata—6 inches, May. An elegant va-riety. The flowers, are a delicate flesh pink,with darker shade towards the center.Plach 10c; per doz. $1.00. PYRETHRUM—Feverfew. p. Uliginosum (Giant Ox-Eye Daisy)—4 to 5feet. September and October. This is In-deed a magnificent plant and- one of thevery finest for tlie lierbaceous border forsupplying cut flowers in

Farm and garden annual : spring 1907 . fine, dense and procumbent foliage andthe profusion of their flowers wliich. in earlysummer, create a blaze of color difhcult todescribe. P. Amoena—6-inches. May. Pretty bright pinkstar-like flowers. P. Sulnilata—6 inches, May. An elegant va-riety. The flowers, are a delicate flesh pink,with darker shade towards the center.Plach 10c; per doz. $1.00. PYRETHRUM—Feverfew. p. Uliginosum (Giant Ox-Eye Daisy)—4 to 5feet. September and October. This is In-deed a magnificent plant and- one of thevery finest for tlie lierbaceous border forsupplying cut flowers in Stock Photo
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1552 x 1610 px | 26.3 x 27.3 cm | 10.3 x 10.7 inches | 150dpi

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Farm and garden annual : spring 1907 . fine, dense and procumbent foliage andthe profusion of their flowers wliich. in earlysummer, create a blaze of color difhcult todescribe. P. Amoena—6-inches. May. Pretty bright pinkstar-like flowers. P. Sulnilata—6 inches, May. An elegant va-riety. The flowers, are a delicate flesh pink,with darker shade towards the center.Plach 10c; per doz. $1.00. PYRETHRUM—Feverfew. p. Uliginosum (Giant Ox-Eye Daisy)—4 to 5feet. September and October. This is In-deed a magnificent plant and- one of thevery finest for tlie lierbaceous border forsupplying cut flowers in the autumn. Itforms a stout, upriglit bish, bearing innu-merable large, pure white flowers, liavingbright yellow centers.Each 15c; per doz $1.50 RANUNCULUS—Buttercup. Very attractive border plants of easy culture, succeeding well in any good garden soil. R. Acris, FL PI. (Bachelors Button)—2 feet. May. Foliage handsomelycut; flowers very double; color, a shining golden yellow; blooms veryprofusely. Each 15c; per doz $1.50. PTIiETHUDM ULIGINOSUM—GIANT OX-BYB DAISY. 110 CURRIE BROTHERS COMPANY, MILWAUKEE, WIS.

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