. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 12 The Florists'Review July 4, 1912.. SEASONABLE NOTES. The flowering season for peonies has passed. It has been a satisfactory one in nearly all sections. The markets have again demonstrated the folly of growing too many varieties an«l of growing such as are of purple, dark red, maroon and similar dingy shades of color. The purchasers who are looking for these colors are few and far between and it simply does not pay to grow them except to a limited extent. On the other hand, good pure whites, soft pinks and clear rose shades have been in demand.

. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 12 The Florists'Review July 4, 1912.. SEASONABLE NOTES. The flowering season for peonies has passed. It has been a satisfactory one in nearly all sections. The markets have again demonstrated the folly of growing too many varieties an«l of growing such as are of purple, dark red, maroon and similar dingy shades of color. The purchasers who are looking for these colors are few and far between and it simply does not pay to grow them except to a limited extent. On the other hand, good pure whites, soft pinks and clear rose shades have been in demand.  Stock Photo
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 12 The Florists'Review July 4, 1912.. SEASONABLE NOTES. The flowering season for peonies has passed. It has been a satisfactory one in nearly all sections. The markets have again demonstrated the folly of growing too many varieties an«l of growing such as are of purple, dark red, maroon and similar dingy shades of color. The purchasers who are looking for these colors are few and far between and it simply does not pay to grow them except to a limited extent. On the other hand, good pure whites, soft pinks and clear rose shades have been in demand. A grower can hardly have too many of such excellent sorts as Mme. de Verneville, Mme. Boulan09.90 Ohio Nursery & Supply Co. Elyrla. O.. 262.95 Ebblngs & Van Groos, Boskoop, Holland 313.50 Maloney Bros. & Wells Co., Danville, N. Y 196.25 P. VerdcRnl. Noordwjkehniit, Hollnnd 1.039.00 .^ttr ISr . jii -'!* ' E-' -v ?. ?Hk ^1fc ii^ -^ iwLm .- A i^H^BC J '- •'^^, " " i. m, ^Kfl J ^ Vi ^"*«/"« ' ?'. ?Mt -^^ ^v. w " "^ i'*'* •v.-A*-*.'**-?'.-^^ .^ ' 'T^:<a^--^-f ;7/". -'/•' *? *f*"??*-?t^. ':r.^=*?v»4. '*'' -^rS.^-- ?? -^. —^ ---^ 1 1 A Portion of the Peony Fields at the Hoyt Nurseries, Minneapolis, Minn.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co

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