. The Geo. H. Mellen Co. : 1900. Nursery stock Ohio Springfield Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Fruit Catalogs. GENERAL LIST OF STRAWBERRIES. The blossoms of those marked with (p) are destitute of stamens and are termed pistilate, and unless a row of perfect flowering variety is planted at intervals not exceeding about a rod, they will produce imperfect fruit, and but little of it; but when properly fertilized, as a rule they are more prolific than those with perfect flowers. Price, 25 cents per dozen; 75 cents per hundred, postage paid.

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. The Geo. H. Mellen Co. : 1900. Nursery stock Ohio Springfield Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Fruit Catalogs. GENERAL LIST OF STRAWBERRIES. The blossoms of those marked with (p) are destitute of stamens and are termed pistilate, and unless a row of perfect flowering variety is planted at intervals not exceeding about a rod, they will produce imperfect fruit, and but little of it; but when properly fertilized, as a rule they are more prolific than those with perfect flowers. Price, 25 cents per dozen; 75 cents per hundred, postage paid.
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. The Geo. H. Mellen Co. : 1900. Nursery stock Ohio Springfield Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs; Fruit Catalogs. GENERAL LIST OF STRAWBERRIES. The blossoms of those marked with (p) are destitute of stamens and are termed pistilate, and unless a row of perfect flowering variety is planted at intervals not exceeding about a rod, they will produce imperfect fruit, and but little of it; but when properly fertilized, as a rule they are more prolific than those with perfect flowers. Price, 25 cents per dozen; 75 cents per hundred, postage paid. Beder Wood.—The berry is round, of regular form, bright scarlet, and of good quality; early. Bismark.—Plant robust and stocky and very productive. Berries bright scarlet, very firm, large and of good quality. Bubach No. 5 (p).—Combines many excellent qualities, uni- form size, fine form and color; continues long in bearing. Brandywine.—One of the best berries ever introduced;large, firm and solid. Gandy—Berries large, firm and uniform shape, one of the best late. Greenville.—One of the best ever planted; large and showy, productive. Haverland (p)—Large and productive; requires rich soil for best results. Lady Thompson.—A perfect berry in every respect and im- mensely productive. Lovett^s Early.—Season of ripening medium; an excellent all-round berry: very prolific. Marshall—^Large; the first of the extra large varieties to ripen, and, although of great size, the fruit is rarely ever mis- shapen. The color is a rich glossy crimson. Parker Earle—A berry with a combination of good qualities; getting very popular; bears well on light soil. Tennessee Prolific—Very productive; berries large and of best quality. Warfield No. 2 (p)—Medium size; dark red; one of the best for market. Season medium. B LAC KB ERR I ES. If wanted by mail, add 40c per hundred for postage. By the dozen, postage paid. Rathbun (New)—Extra large in size, with a soft, sweet and lusciou

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