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. Floral gems. Nurseries (Horticulture) Ohio Springfield Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs. LINUM TRIGYNUM. STROBILANTHES DYERIANUS. THE FINE NEW FOLIAGE PLANT, STROBILANTHES DYERIANUS. This plant will undoubtedly become universally popu- lar on account of its brilliant and exquisite coloring, its extraordinary easy growth and usefulness as a decorative plant. It surpasses the finest Coleus, Begonias or Ber- tolonias, in the exquisite coloring of the leaves, besides which the long racemes of lovely violet blossoms with which the plant is covered i

. Floral gems. Nurseries (Horticulture) Ohio Springfield Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs. LINUM TRIGYNUM. STROBILANTHES DYERIANUS. THE FINE NEW FOLIAGE PLANT, STROBILANTHES DYERIANUS. This plant will undoubtedly become universally popu- lar on account of its brilliant and exquisite coloring, its extraordinary easy growth and usefulness as a decorative plant. It surpasses the finest Coleus, Begonias or Ber- tolonias, in the exquisite coloring of the leaves, besides which the long racemes of lovely violet blossoms with which the plant is covered i Stock Photo
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. Floral gems. Nurseries (Horticulture) Ohio Springfield Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs. LINUM TRIGYNUM. STROBILANTHES DYERIANUS. THE FINE NEW FOLIAGE PLANT, STROBILANTHES DYERIANUS. This plant will undoubtedly become universally popu- lar on account of its brilliant and exquisite coloring, its extraordinary easy growth and usefulness as a decorative plant. It surpasses the finest Coleus, Begonias or Ber- tolonias, in the exquisite coloring of the leaves, besides which the long racemes of lovely violet blossoms with which the plant is covered in mid-winter, greatly enhance its value, beauty and usefulness. The undulation on the surface of the foliage is furnished with a bluish metallic hue, shading into light rose with a light green margin. It will prove a valuable acquisition, both as a bedding and decorative plant. See illustration above. Price, 10 cents HYACINTHUS CANDICANS. This Is unlike our Spring blooming Hya- cinths. Its leaves are deep green, fleshy, re- sembling some of the Yuccas. The flowers are white, in handsome, pendulous bells ar- ranged on pyramidal spikes, often reaching the height of five feet or more in strong- plants. A strong bulb will give from two to three flower spikes and these produce from thirty to fifty flowers. The plants come into bloom in July and bloom constantly until Oc- tober. Price, 10. cents each; three for 25 cents. LANTAN AS. We have few bedding plants that bloom more continuously or afford a greater variety of colors than the Lantanas. Grown in pots or tubs, they make splendid specimen plants for porch or lawn, and can be kept in a light cellar during the Winter. Price, 10 •cents each; three for 25 cents. CRAPE MYRTLE-PINK. A beautiful, half-hardy shrub, bearing ele- gant, graceful flowers. Can be kept in a dry cellar or pit over Winter. They are hardy in the South, where they make beautiful objects when flowering. Pi ice, large plants, 25 cents. LINUM TRIGYNUM. A winter-blo

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