. Large-flowering Clematis Qlematis Paniculata LARGE-FLOWERING HARDY CLEMATIS. No other climbing plant equals in attractiveness the beautiful large-flowering Clematis. Their requirements are somewhat different from most other plants, and proper conditions must be given to secure satisfactory results. They need rich, deep soil, perfect drainage, abundance of water, and, most important of all, they should be planted with the crowns three inches beneath the surface of the soil. They seem to do best in a position where they will not be exposed to the full sun during the hot- test part of the day.

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. Large-flowering Clematis Qlematis Paniculata LARGE-FLOWERING HARDY CLEMATIS. No other climbing plant equals in attractiveness the beautiful large-flowering Clematis. Their requirements are somewhat different from most other plants, and proper conditions must be given to secure satisfactory results. They need rich, deep soil, perfect drainage, abundance of water, and, most important of all, they should be planted with the crowns three inches beneath the surface of the soil. They seem to do best in a position where they will not be exposed to the full sun during the hot- test part of the day.
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. Large-flowering Clematis Qlematis Paniculata LARGE-FLOWERING HARDY CLEMATIS. No other climbing plant equals in attractiveness the beautiful large-flowering Clematis. Their requirements are somewhat different from most other plants, and proper conditions must be given to secure satisfactory results. They need rich, deep soil, perfect drainage, abundance of water, and, most important of all, they should be planted with the crowns three inches beneath the surface of the soil. They seem to do best in a position where they will not be exposed to the full sun during the hot- test part of the day. 8®" We are careful to send out only perfectly healthy stock, and cannot erdertain any complaints on account of non-success with this class of plants. Anderson Henryi. Creamy white, large. Boskoop Seedling (Sieboldi). Extra large lavender. Duchess Of Edinburgh. Double pure white. Jackmani. The popular rich purple variety. Mme. Baron Veillard. Light rose, with lilac shading. VIHe de Lyon. Bright carmine, the nearest to a red. Price. Any of the above, 50 cts. each; $5.00 per doz. One each of the 6 sorts, $2.50. Clematis Integrifolia Durandi. This beautiful dark blue variety is offered on opposite page. A complete Index of Common or Popular Names of Plants, etc., is given on pages 2 and 3

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