The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade . enissued to the Solari Archie Co. to doa general florist business, with a cap-ital stock of $10,000. Frederick C.Solari, Marciano Matkavazzo andMoses Leibman are the incorporators. Columbus, O.—The salvia has beenselected as the Columbus centennialflower. T. J. Ludwig of the LivingstonSeed Co., addressed the Flower andGarden Club as to culture and plant-ing of salvia to bring about the besteffect. New Bedfokd, Mass.-—At a meetingof the New Bedford Horticultural So-ciety held March 4, John P. Rooneyread a very interesting paper on rosecult

The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade . enissued to the Solari Archie Co. to doa general florist business, with a cap-ital stock of $10,000. Frederick C.Solari, Marciano Matkavazzo andMoses Leibman are the incorporators. Columbus, O.—The salvia has beenselected as the Columbus centennialflower. T. J. Ludwig of the LivingstonSeed Co., addressed the Flower andGarden Club as to culture and plant-ing of salvia to bring about the besteffect. New Bedfokd, Mass.-—At a meetingof the New Bedford Horticultural So-ciety held March 4, John P. Rooneyread a very interesting paper on rosecult Stock Photo
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The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade . enissued to the Solari Archie Co. to doa general florist business, with a cap-ital stock of $10, 000. Frederick C.Solari, Marciano Matkavazzo andMoses Leibman are the incorporators. Columbus, O.—The salvia has beenselected as the Columbus centennialflower. T. J. Ludwig of the LivingstonSeed Co., addressed the Flower andGarden Club as to culture and plant-ing of salvia to bring about the besteffect. New Bedfokd, Mass.-—At a meetingof the New Bedford Horticultural So-ciety held March 4, John P. Rooneyread a very interesting paper on roseculture. It was decided to hold theannual dinner March 21 in the Parkerhouse. St. Louis, Mo.—Miss WilhelminaSeeger was married March 11 to N.M. Kingsjey who, with the bridesbrother, William A. Seeger, are theproprietors of Mullanphy Florists. Thebride is secretary of the Florists Unionof St. Louis. igi2. The American Florist. 575 wz H? 2 Z • ?3 > >. 576 The American Florist. Mar. 30, Baltimore. FLOWERS IN ABUNDANCE. The weather the first three days ofthe past week was all that could bedesired, taut alas, the remainder hasbeen cold and disagreeable enough tocause one to think it must have beena dream of Arcadia. Flowers, flowers—the windows of the retail florist arefull of the fairest. Gilt baskets ofsweet peas, azaleas—all of the springflowers in abundance. The fine flow-ers are bringing fair prices. Someextra fine roses and carnations arecoming in now. NOTES. Fred Bauer is quite an economist ofspace in his greenhouses. We noticedtoday that his tables were elevated oniron pipe instead of the usual woodensupports. On the tables carnationsare growing: beneath them are dra-csenas, aspidistras and other plants—while above are placed boxes of seeds, all doing well. We thought it a splen-did idea for utilizing space. Wallace R.. Pierson of Cromwell, Conn., speaks of paying a visit to Bal-timore in April. Mr. Pierson managesto get a

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