General catalogue of fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, roses, etc . RRTS KHODODENDRON. Rosebay. The Rhododendrons are magnificent flowering Evergreen Shrubs. All prefer a peaty soil and a somewhatshaded situation. The Catawbiense varieties are the most hardy, and succeed in our climate better than any other.In this latitude they require to be protected in winter. Kh. Catawbiense Seedlings. Catawba Rosbbat. D. Round clusters of lilac and violet flowers. Plants with flowering buds about 18 to 24 inches. $1.50.Kh. Named Aarieties — Budded Plants. D. Fine assortment Of colors. Plants with flower

General catalogue of fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, roses, etc . RRTS KHODODENDRON. Rosebay. The Rhododendrons are magnificent flowering Evergreen Shrubs. All prefer a peaty soil and a somewhatshaded situation. The Catawbiense varieties are the most hardy, and succeed in our climate better than any other.In this latitude they require to be protected in winter. Kh. Catawbiense Seedlings. Catawba Rosbbat. D. Round clusters of lilac and violet flowers. Plants with flowering buds about 18 to 24 inches. $1.50.Kh. Named Aarieties — Budded Plants. D. Fine assortment Of colors. Plants with flower Stock Photo
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General catalogue of fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, roses, etc . RRTS KHODODENDRON. Rosebay. The Rhododendrons are magnificent flowering Evergreen Shrubs. All prefer a peaty soil and a somewhatshaded situation. The Catawbiense varieties are the most hardy, and succeed in our climate better than any other.In this latitude they require to be protected in winter. Kh. Catawbiense Seedlings. Catawba Rosbbat. D. Round clusters of lilac and violet flowers. Plants with flowering buds about 18 to 24 inches. $1.50.Kh. Named Aarieties — Budded Plants. D. Fine assortment Of colors. Plants with flowering buds, about 18 to 24 inches. See cut. $3.00. CLASS IV.—CLIMBING AND TRAILING SHRUBS. A most useful class of plants for this country, for covering cottages, verandas, walls, trellises, etc. ACTINIDIA. Stkahlengriffel, Ger. A. polygama. A climbing plant from Japan. The flowers are white with a purple center, and sometimes cover the whole vine. The fruit is round, edible, and has a fine flavor. 35c.A. var. polygama. A variety of the above with long fruit. 35c.. AKEBIA, Akebie, Fr. A. quinata. A singular Japanese climbing shrub, with fine foliage, purpleflowers and ornamental fruit< See cut. 35o. AMPELOPSIS. JuNGFEENWEiN, Ger. Vigne-viebge, Fr. A. bipinnata. Pepper Vine. A species with compound pinnate leaves. 35c.A. dissecta. A very pretty variety, with finely cut leaves. 50c.A. quinquefolia. AMERICAN IVT, or Virginian Creeper. Has beautifuldigitate leaves that become rich crimson in autumn; a very rapidgrower. Like the Bignonia and Ivy, it throws out tendrils and rootsat the joints, by which it fastens itself to anything it touches, Oneof the finest vines for covering walls, verandas or trunks of trees;affords shade quickly. 35c.var. aconitifolia. Leaves digitate and leaflets much cut. A slender grower. 50c.var. Engelmanni. Shorter jointed than quinquefolia. A good climber, grows 6 to 10 feet in a season. 35c.var. muralis. Resembles the American, but is more slender in

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