. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 58 The Florists^ Review March 25, 1016. when the demand for white carnations became overwhelming. As the supply was only about medium, the price ad- vanced several cents and the attention was diverted to wh,ite tulips for color- ing green. Stock is much more plenti- ful aad the quality is much improved. Roses are in good quality and quantity and bulbous blooms are to be seen eyerywhere, while violets have fallen to the commonplace, being retailed by the florists, the department stores, the drug'stores and even on the streets qt 15 cents for bunches

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 58 The Florists^ Review March 25, 1016. when the demand for white carnations became overwhelming. As the supply was only about medium, the price ad- vanced several cents and the attention was diverted to wh,ite tulips for color- ing green. Stock is much more plenti- ful aad the quality is much improved. Roses are in good quality and quantity and bulbous blooms are to be seen eyerywhere, while violets have fallen to the commonplace, being retailed by the florists, the department stores, the drug'stores and even on the streets qt 15 cents for bunches
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 58 The Florists^ Review March 25, 1016. when the demand for white carnations became overwhelming. As the supply was only about medium, the price ad- vanced several cents and the attention was diverted to wh,ite tulips for color- ing green. Stock is much more plenti- ful aad the quality is much improved. Roses are in good quality and quantity and bulbous blooms are to be seen eyerywhere, while violets have fallen to the commonplace, being retailed by the florists, the department stores, the drug'stores and even on the streets qt 15 cents for bunches of twenty-five. All the greenhouses in this section are filled with stock for Easter and the in- dications are that there will be a plen- tiful supply of everything. Vaxions Notes. Miss Nellie O 'Connor is settled in her new store, corner of Thayer and Gush- ing streets. W. A. Bowers, for several years with Matthew Macnair, is now in charge of the flower department of L. Dimon & Son, Inc. Walter E. Kelton, of the Quality Flower Shop, Pawtucket, has been en- rolled as a member of the Pawtucket board of trade. Thomas Gallagher, who has been head designer for T. O'Connor for a number of years, has resigned to enter business for himself. He is seeking a location in the Fox Point section. Mrs. James B. Canning has taken charge of her husband's business on Smith street, because of his failing health, and has placed the charge of the greenhouses in the hands of Philip Lavery. John Canning, who has been with the business for some time, has gone to Worcester. The W. E. Barrett Co. reports an unusually active opening of the seed business during the last few days. Joseph Koppelman left March 20 for a several days' business trip to New York and Philadelphia. Luigi Greigo, 12 Windmill street, has been granted permission to build an ad- dition to his greenhouse. Frederick Dietz has recently taken out an undertaker's license. In the fu- ture he will conduct an embalming and undertaking b

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