. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. **?"?" viW'r^^-'fjyfT^r'' Tr-TV^ir-""."-^"- «T; •?;'?. - AOODST 22, 1912. The Florists' Review 49. Two Views From the Center of C. A. Kuehn'i New Store at St. Louis, Mo. planting of 50,000 plants, and Manager Guy Bate says the quality of the stock that went into their houses this year could scarcely have been better. Their entire range was planted without shade on the glass, and during the hottest days the plants held up well. This firm also has mums in fine, clean shape, with prospects of a heavy crop this fall. Charl

. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. **?"?" viW'r^^-'fjyfT^r'' Tr-TV^ir-""."-^"- «T; •?;'?. - AOODST 22, 1912. The Florists' Review 49. Two Views From the Center of C. A. Kuehn'i New Store at St. Louis, Mo. planting of 50,000 plants, and Manager Guy Bate says the quality of the stock that went into their houses this year could scarcely have been better. Their entire range was planted without shade on the glass, and during the hottest days the plants held up well. This firm also has mums in fine, clean shape, with prospects of a heavy crop this fall. Charl Stock Photo
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. **?"?" viW'r^^-'fjyfT^r'' Tr-TV^ir-""."-^"- «T; •?;'?. - AOODST 22, 1912. The Florists' Review 49. Two Views From the Center of C. A. Kuehn'i New Store at St. Louis, Mo. planting of 50, 000 plants, and Manager Guy Bate says the quality of the stock that went into their houses this year could scarcely have been better. Their entire range was planted without shade on the glass, and during the hottest days the plants held up well. This firm also has mums in fine, clean shape, with prospects of a heavy crop this fall. Charles Wagner, whose foot was hurt in an accident lately, is able to get around with the help of a cane. E. Hoffmann recently returned from a trip to the Fatherland, and has many an interesting story to tell of the old country. F. A. F, FOET WAYNE, IND. The Market. The weather during the first two weeks of August was remarkably cool, and the quality of all kinds of stock was superb. There have been a few warm days lately, but the stock has not been noticeably affected. The sup- ply is plentiful and in most cases greater than the demand, though busi- ness is rather brisk for the summer sea- son. Funeral work is mostly in de- mand and there have been an unusual number of orders for wedding decora- tions during July and August. Some fine gladioli are on the market; a great number of the fancy varieties are to be seen. Asters, grown under glass, are exceedingly thrifty and find a ready market. Easter lilies find a good sale, and hydrangeas are valuable for both decorative purposes and for selling. Carnations are entirely out of the mar- ket. Boses are coming in fairly well. Outdoor flowers, such as Golden Glow, daisies and goldenrod, are used a great deal for decorating and brightening the shops. Various Notes. The Bradley Flower Shop is the name the new firm has chosen for its busi- ness, which is located at 828 Calhoun street, and which was purchased from the Veseys a few weeks ag

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