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. Floral gems for winter flowering: autumn 1899. Nurseries (Horticulture) Ohio Springfield Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs. McGregor Brothers, Florists, Springfield, Ohio. 29. Cocos Weddellianao ...PaLMS... Are now indispensable in all decorations, whether for apartments, conservato- ries, or for tropical bedding in the Summer. The following is a select list of the best kinds, and those that are better adapted for house culture. NOTICE—It may be well to state here that young Palms do not resem. ble the illustration given, as they do not show the

. Floral gems for winter flowering: autumn 1899. Nurseries (Horticulture) Ohio Springfield Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs. McGregor Brothers, Florists, Springfield, Ohio. 29. Cocos Weddellianao ...PaLMS... Are now indispensable in all decorations, whether for apartments, conservato- ries, or for tropical bedding in the Summer. The following is a select list of the best kinds, and those that are better adapted for house culture. NOTICE—It may be well to state here that young Palms do not resem. ble the illustration given, as they do not show the Stock Photo
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. Floral gems for winter flowering: autumn 1899. Nurseries (Horticulture) Ohio Springfield Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs. McGregor Brothers, Florists, Springfield, Ohio. 29. Cocos Weddellianao ...PaLMS... Are now indispensable in all decorations, whether for apartments, conservato- ries, or for tropical bedding in the Summer. The following is a select list of the best kinds, and those that are better adapted for house culture. NOTICE—It may be well to state here that young Palms do not resem. ble the illustration given, as they do not show their character leaves until the second or third year, so that when you get your Palm plants and see long, nar' row leaves instead of the character leaves as shown in the illustration, do not think that the wrong kind has been sent you. Palms priced at more than 50 cents should be ordered sent by Express, as they cannot be safely sent by Mail Latania Barbonica—Leaves large, fan-shaped, of a very cheerful green color; plant of hardy constitution, and adapted to all decorative purposes, within or without doors; appreciated by all the plant-loving community. The cut showa a healthy plant of about four years old. Nice young plants. 1 5 cents each; larger plants, 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00 each; extra size, two to three feet, $2.00, Areca Lutescens—A most elegant Palm. One of the best for general decorative purposes, easily grown, useful in every stage of irs growth, fine color, graceful habit, stems golden yellow. Price, 20 cents each; nice plants, 20 and 35 cents each. Cocos WeddelHana—The most elegant and graceful of all the smaller Palms. Its slender, erect stem is freely furnished with graceful arching leaves of a rich green color. The Cocos are ad- mirable for Fern dishes, as they are of slow growth and main- tain their beauty for a long time. Price, 60 cents each; large plants, $1.00 each. Kentia Belmoreana—The Kentias are among the best of the Palm species for gener

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