. Lysimachia Clethroides Lychnis (Campion, Lamp Flower, etc.) Of the easiest culture, thriving in any soil, and this, in addition to their brightness 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

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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 brightness 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
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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 brightness 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. 25 cts. each; $2.50 per doz.; $15.00 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. Fortunei. A neat looking plant growing 18 inches high with dense upright spikes of white flowers in August. The foliage turns to an attractive brilliant bronzy red in early autumn. 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 (Rose Loosestrife) Roseum Superbum. 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. Perry's Variety. A splendid improvement, with much larger flowers and longer spikes than the type, and of a glistening cherry-red color. 25 cts. each; $2.50 per doz.; $15.00 per 100. Mazus Reptans. 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. MeCOIlOpsiS (Tibetan Poppy) Baileyi. An interesting poppy-like flower 2 inches in diameter, of a delightful sky- blue color borne on long stems during July and August; succeeds b

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