. Lysimachia Clethroides Lychnis (Campion, Lamp Flower, etc.) Of the easiest culture, thriving in any soil, and this, in addition to their bright- ness has brought them into high favor with lovers of hardy plants. Chalcedonica (Jerusalem Cross). A most desirable plant, heads of brilliant orange-scarlet in June and July; grows 2 to 3 feet high. — Alba. A white-flowered form of above. Haageana. Brilliant orange-scarlet flowers in May and June, 12 inches. Viscaria Splendens. Forms a dense tuft of evergreen foliage, and in June sends up spikes of handsome, double, deep red, fragrant flowers, 1 foo

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. Lysimachia Clethroides Lychnis (Campion, Lamp Flower, etc.) Of the easiest culture, thriving in any soil, and this, in addition to their bright- ness has brought them into high favor with lovers of hardy plants. Chalcedonica (Jerusalem Cross). A most desirable plant, heads of brilliant orange-scarlet in June and July; grows 2 to 3 feet high. — Alba. A white-flowered form of above. Haageana. Brilliant orange-scarlet flowers in May and June, 12 inches. Viscaria Splendens. Forms a dense tuft of evergreen foliage, and in June sends up spikes of handsome, double, deep red, fragrant flowers, 1 foo
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. Lysimachia Clethroides Lychnis (Campion, Lamp Flower, etc.) Of the easiest culture, thriving in any soil, and this, in addition to their bright- ness has brought them into high favor with lovers of hardy plants. Chalcedonica (Jerusalem Cross). A most desirable plant, heads of brilliant orange-scarlet in June and July; grows 2 to 3 feet high. — Alba. A white-flowered form of above. Haageana. Brilliant orange-scarlet flowers in May and June, 12 inches. Viscaria Splendens. Forms a dense tuft of evergreen foliage, and in June sends up spikes of handsome, double, deep red, fragrant flowers, 1 foot. Price. 25 cts. each; $2.50 per doz.; $18.00 per 100. Set of 4 varieties for 90 cts. Lysimachia Clethroides (Goose-neck, Loose-strife). A fine hardy variety about 2 feet high, long, dense, recurved spikes of pure white flowers from July to September. 35 cts. each; $3.50 per doz. Fortunei. A neat looking plant grow- ing 18 inches high with dense upright spikes of white flowers in August. The foliage turns to an attractive brilliant bronzy red in early autumn. 35 cts. each; $3.50 per doz. Nummularia (Creeping Jenny, or Money-wort). Valuable for planting under trees or shrubs where grass will not grow quickly forming a dense carpet. Flowers yellow. 25 cts. each; $2.50 per doz.; $15.00 per 100. Lythrum Roseum Superbum (Rose Loose-strife). A strong-growing plant, 3 to 4 feet high, thriving in almost any position, producing large spikes of rose-colored flowers from July to September. 30 cts. each; $2.50 per doz.; $18.00 per 100. Mazus Rep tans. A dainty and interesting Alpine creeper for a semi- shaded position in the rockery. Covered during May and June with white and purple Lobelia-like flowers; 4 inches. 35 cts. each; $3.50 per doz. Mertensia (Blue Beiu) Virginica. An early spring-flowering plant, growing about 1 to 1J feet high, with drooping panicles of handsome light blue flowers, fading to clear pink- one of the most interesting of our native spring flowers. May and June.

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