. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 94 The Florists' Review OCTOBBB 18, 1917. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. The Market. Business is starting out in fine shape, the demand for potted plants of all varieties being large, while the cut stock sells well. Mums are bringing splendid i)rices, as are carnations, which are more plentiful than they were. Various Notes. Some of the florists are still on the anxious seat in regard to the coal sit- uation. The usual number of October wed- dings keeps the cut stock moving. One of the local firms furnished the deco- rations for an unusually attractive wedding

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 94 The Florists' Review OCTOBBB 18, 1917. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. The Market. Business is starting out in fine shape, the demand for potted plants of all varieties being large, while the cut stock sells well. Mums are bringing splendid i)rices, as are carnations, which are more plentiful than they were. Various Notes. Some of the florists are still on the anxious seat in regard to the coal sit- uation. The usual number of October wed- dings keeps the cut stock moving. One of the local firms furnished the deco- rations for an unusually attractive wedding
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 94 The Florists' Review OCTOBBB 18, 1917. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. The Market. Business is starting out in fine shape, the demand for potted plants of all varieties being large, while the cut stock sells well. Mums are bringing splendid i)rices, as are carnations, which are more plentiful than they were. Various Notes. Some of the florists are still on the anxious seat in regard to the coal sit- uation. The usual number of October wed- dings keeps the cut stock moving. One of the local firms furnished the deco- rations for an unusually attractive wedding recently, using bay trees, palms and hydrangea blooms at the church, while the reception hall of the Brooklawn Country Club was banked with ferns and roping of the hydrangea blooms with pink dahlias and gladioli. "While there have been no shipments of Dutch bulbs received, French bulbs have arrived and are being planted, as are Formosa lilies, which are of fine quality. An interesting meeting of the Bridge- port Florists' Club was held at the store of Gus Herthal on Broad street, October 2, and was largely attended. The next meeting will be November 6. George Pflomm says that the fall trade is all that can be desired at the Rosery. Frank Schleichert has a fine lot of orchid-flowering sweet peas for later cutting, also a splendid assortment of poinsettias and mums. James Horan & Son have their French bulbs and Formosa lilies planted. They have a fine display of potted plants for their holiday trade coming on. Julius Reck reports business good. He has had as splendid a display of dahlias as was ever seen in the city. James Beach is cutting some fine mums, Golden Glow, Unaka and Octo- ber Frost being popular. John Reck & Son recently furnished the decoration for a large wedding at Fairfield, Conn., consisting of white as- ters and palms. Carl Reck is on the job again, having returned from a hunt- ing trip in the Maine woods. Frank Foehrenbach, who recently pur- chased

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