. The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade. Floriculture; Florists. rSgz. The American Florist. 445. EUCHARIS AMAZONICA IN A ROSE HOUSE. Carthy & Co., handle the carnations, but do not claim that this circumstance will have any special bearing on Mr. Rogers' chances at the polls. T. H. Flynn is bringing in quantities of very fine Russian violets. The greenhouses of T. Flanagan at Maiden v^^ere badly damaged by fire on Saturday, Nov. 26. Mr. W. A. Manda has been a welcome visitor to the Hub the past week. He showed a bloom of Vanda Sanderiana of remarkably fine color and size.

. The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade. Floriculture; Florists. rSgz. The American Florist. 445. EUCHARIS AMAZONICA IN A ROSE HOUSE. Carthy & Co., handle the carnations, but do not claim that this circumstance will have any special bearing on Mr. Rogers' chances at the polls. T. H. Flynn is bringing in quantities of very fine Russian violets. The greenhouses of T. Flanagan at Maiden v^^ere badly damaged by fire on Saturday, Nov. 26. Mr. W. A. Manda has been a welcome visitor to the Hub the past week. He showed a bloom of Vanda Sanderiana of remarkably fine color and size.  Stock Photo
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. The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade. Floriculture; Florists. rSgz. The American Florist. 445. EUCHARIS AMAZONICA IN A ROSE HOUSE. Carthy & Co., handle the carnations, but do not claim that this circumstance will have any special bearing on Mr. Rogers' chances at the polls. T. H. Flynn is bringing in quantities of very fine Russian violets. The greenhouses of T. Flanagan at Maiden v^^ere badly damaged by fire on Saturday, Nov. 26. Mr. W. A. Manda has been a welcome visitor to the Hub the past week. He showed a bloom of Vanda Sanderiana of remarkably fine color and size. Chicago. At the present time the flower market here is very dull; the business reported is far less than is usual during early De- cember. There are very few large orders, and little shipment to outside points. There is more call for roses than for any other flower, but although the crop now coming in is not large it is amply suffi- cient for the demand. If business was good flowers would be scarce. A limited quantity of the new rose, Mme. Caroline Testout, is coming into the market here. The blooms are fine in color and very large, and they are eagerly bought up on sight, averaging $8 a hundred. All roses are good now, though a number of growers are off crop. Carnations are extremely scarce; it is almost impossible to find any fancies, and the supply of staple colors is very short. Violets are coming in piorf freelj', bvit are stjU pcarce, Roman hyacinths are a drug; for several years the different growers have all been try- ing to see who could send a crop in the earliest, and this year nearly all seem to have struck just the same time. This alone would tend to lower the price, but in addition the demand is slight, and consequently Romans are bringing very low figures. Paper white narcissus is coming in quite freely, and the exper- ience here is the same as in several of the eastern cities—there is absolutely no sale for it. It is hard to explain just why this should be the

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