. The book of water gardening;. Aquatic plants. [from old catalog]. THE BOOK OF WATER GARDENING Chelone glabra reaches a height of from one to two feet; the flowers are white being often tinted rose. Chelone Lyoni grows about two feet high and bears rosy purple flowers. Chelone obliqua (Turtle's Head) grows to a height of from one to two feet. The flowers are deep rose borne in close terminal spikes. The Chelones like wet soil and do not thrive in dry locations; they flower freely and keep on blooming until late Summer. They are increased by dividing the plants in Fall, by seed, and by cutting

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. The book of water gardening;. Aquatic plants. [from old catalog]. THE BOOK OF WATER GARDENING Chelone glabra reaches a height of from one to two feet; the flowers are white being often tinted rose. Chelone Lyoni grows about two feet high and bears rosy purple flowers. Chelone obliqua (Turtle's Head) grows to a height of from one to two feet. The flowers are deep rose borne in close terminal spikes. The Chelones like wet soil and do not thrive in dry locations; they flower freely and keep on blooming until late Summer. They are increased by dividing the plants in Fall, by seed, and by cutting Stock Photo
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. The book of water gardening;. Aquatic plants. [from old catalog]. THE BOOK OF WATER GARDENING Chelone glabra reaches a height of from one to two feet; the flowers are white being often tinted rose. Chelone Lyoni grows about two feet high and bears rosy purple flowers. Chelone obliqua (Turtle's Head) grows to a height of from one to two feet. The flowers are deep rose borne in close terminal spikes. The Chelones like wet soil and do not thrive in dry locations; they flower freely and keep on blooming until late Summer. They are increased by dividing the plants in Fall, by seed, and by cutting
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. The book of water gardening;. Aquatic plants. [from old catalog]. THE BOOK OF WATER GARDENING Chelone glabra reaches a height of from one to two feet; the flowers are white being often tinted rose. Chelone Lyoni grows about two feet high and bears rosy purple flowers. Chelone obliqua (Turtle's Head) grows to a height of from one to two feet. The flowers are deep rose borne in close terminal spikes. The Chelones like wet soil and do not thrive in dry locations; they flower freely and keep on blooming until late Summer. They are increased by dividing the plants in Fall, by seed, and by cuttings of the young wood.. t^ "^â¦j*--^. ^^"^â ^s^ .-â¢â¢.,^--_ ^ CLEMATIS PANICULATA The flowers are borne in the (greatest profusion, forming a dense white mass of fraj^rant blossoms Clematis paniculata is a splendid vine to run over a rock, stump, or to ramble over a rustic bridge or tree. It is the best of the small flowered Clematises, often growing, when well established, fifteen feet in a single season. The flowers arc borne in the greatest profusion forming a dense white mass of fragrant blossoms. It blooms in August, remaining in good condition for several weeks. Propagation is effected by seed sown outdoors in Fall when ripe, or in a cool greenhouse or frame. Commelina \'irginica is a beautiful native plant, excellent for naturalizing purposes. The flowers are pale sky blue in color. It should be planted in damp, rich soil, and is propagated by seed or cuttings. Dicentra spectabilis, the Bleeding Heart of the old-fashioned garden, is a plan: that should always be included. It thrives well in a light rich soil, moist [148]. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Bisset, Peter. [from old catalog]. New York, A. T. De La Mare printing and publishing co. , ltd.

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