Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Early Purple (Section reduced). 73 ?32 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No 21). A. 1899 CRAWFORDS EARLY. Crawfords Early has long held its place at the head of the list of peaches both for home useand for market. Its beautiful golden color, its large size, its free stone and rich flavor all unitein giving it a just claim to this position. Its buds are a little more tender than those of someother varieties, and, consequently, many growers hesitate to plant it, but where high cultivationand plenty of fertilizer is given, fine crops of luscious fruit have

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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Early Purple (Section reduced). 73 ?32 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No 21). A. 1899 CRAWFORDS EARLY. Crawfords Early has long held its place at the head of the list of peaches both for home useand for market. Its beautiful golden color, its large size, its free stone and rich flavor all unitein giving it a just claim to this position. Its buds are a little more tender than those of someother varieties, and, consequently, many growers hesitate to plant it, but where high cultivationand plenty of fertilizer is given, fine crops of luscious fruit have Stock Photo
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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Early Purple (Section reduced). 73 ?32 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No 21). A. 1899 CRAWFORDS EARLY. Crawfords Early has long held its place at the head of the list of peaches both for home useand for market. Its beautiful golden color, its large size, its free stone and rich flavor all unitein giving it a just claim to this position. Its buds are a little more tender than those of someother varieties, and, consequently, many growers hesitate to plant it, but where high cultivationand plenty of fertilizer is given, fine crops of luscious fruit have
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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Early Purple (Section reduced). 73 ?32 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No 21). A. 1899 CRAWFORDS EARLY. Crawfords Early has long held its place at the head of the list of peaches both for home useand for market. Its beautiful golden color, its large size, its free stone and rich flavor all unitein giving it a just claim to this position. Its buds are a little more tender than those of someother varieties, and, consequently, many growers hesitate to plant it, but where high cultivationand plenty of fertilizer is given, fine crops of luscious fruit have resulted.. Section Crawfords Early. Origin, Middleton, N.J., by Wm. Crawford. Tree, vigorous, productive under favorable conditions. Fruit, large to very large, oblong ; suture, shallow ; apex, prominent, swollen : color,golden yellow, with rich red cheek. Flesh, yellow, sweet, rich, free from stone which often parts in middle when nearly ripe. Season, September 1st to 12th (1897). Quality, dessert and cooking, very good ; market value, best. Adaptation, Niagara district and parts of Essex county. 74 STRAWBERRIES. ANNIE LAURIE. (Perfect blossom. I This is a very late variety, also one of the best quality. It may be taken as a standard forquality and flavor. A fine one for amateuis to pet. Origin, a seedling grown by John F. Beaver, of ()hio, in1889. Plant, is very healthy and good grower, making plenty ofrunners for a fruiting row. No rust ; moderately productive. Fruit, berries are large and round, like the Jersey Queen,with gold seeds prominent. A very bright glossy scarlet,making fine appeara

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