. Importers growers and dealers in choice seeds, bulbs & plants, 1902. Nurseries (Horticulture) New York (State) Tarrytown Catalogs; Nursery stock New York (State) Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Fruit Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs. LETTUCE. One oun ce will sow one hundred square feel, or one hundred anij twenty feet of drill. The earliest sowing may be made in March under glass, trans- planting plants to gar- den. Further sowings may be made during all the summer, trans- planting young plants a foot apart, in good, rich soil, as Lettuce should grow very quickly to be crisp and tender. The curled kinds are best for early and the head kinds for summer use,not running to seed quickly. Big Boston.—Nearly as early as the well-known Boston Market, very much larger; good for forcing or early garden use. The heads are solid, crisp, and of extra quality; good market gardener's sort Boston 3Iarket, r White-Seeded Tennis Ball.—For forcing is the best, a good early but a poor summer variety; forms a close, hard head 5 Black-Seeded Srmpson.—Very tender, forming large compact bunch 5 Black-Seeded Tenni,* Ball.—One of the best and earliest varieties for forc- ing, forming solid heads; leaves crisp and tender 5 Trainon Cos.—One of the best of the Cos varieties, stands the hot weather better than most sorts 5 Paris While Cos.—A good favorite sort, should be tied up to blanch 5 Salamander.—A splendid variety, forming large-sized heads, crisp, solid, tender and white 5 Hanson.—A superior Lettuce, the heads of which grow to a remarkable size, and are deliciously sweet, tender and crisp, even to the outer leaves 5 The Deacon.—An excellent variety, forms large and very solid heads, light green color, very crisp, tender. It is one of the very best varieties to withstand summer heat, and is very slow to run to seed 5 Shotwell's Brown Heail.—Large and handsome, tender heads: very hardy..