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Image from page 19 of "Farquhar's autumn catalogue : 1911" (1911)

Identifier: farquharsautumnc19rjfa_3

Title: Farquhar's autumn catalogue : 1911

Year: 1911 (1910s)

Authors: R. & J. Farquhar Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection

Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Nursery stock Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Flowers Seeds Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Aquatic plants Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Trees Massachusetts Boston Catalogs

Publisher: Boston, Mass. : R. & J. Farquhar

Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

  

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Late Single Tulip Vitellina.Six of a Kind Sold at Dozen Rates; 25 at 100 Rates; 250 at 1.000 Rates. 1; R. & J. FARQUHAR & Co., BOSTON. DARWIN LATE SINGLE TULIPS. THE colors range from the palest lilac to purplish black, including shades of rose, scarlet, crimson, violet, brown, white, etc. TheDarwin Tulips are the strongest race of all, their massive leaves being often eight inches broad and their splendid flowers two tothree feet in height. They bloom with the Columbines, three or four weeks after the Single Early Tulips. Clumps of them alongthe edge of shrubbery and in hardy plant borders are very effective. They are especially beautiful when cut for vases.

 

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Darwin Tulip Gretchen. I Doz. Angelina. Soft rose $0.85 Ariadne. Fiery scarlet 1.2 Baron de ia Tonnaye. Clear rosy-carmine, base white, tinged blue Bronze Queen. Light yellow ; extra large Clara Butt. Exquisite shade of soft salmon-pink; a large flower of remarkable beauty . Edm^e. Vi\id rose-pink Erguste. Beautiful satiny-heliotrope ....Farncombe Sanders. Brilliant orange-scarlet; extra fine Flambeau. Brilliant scarlet with blue centre .Glow. Crimson-scarlet, centre blue margined white.Gretchen. Large globular flower of soft blush color; very beautiful Hecla. Deep crimson-maroon King Harold. Dark blood red shaded maroonKate Greenaway. White flushed with lilac, very large; late La Candeur. Large globular white flower slightly tinged with blush, anthers black ....La Tulipe Noire. The Black Tulip. The darkest of all Tulips; very large 5.00 .60I .00 •S? I . CO ,60 I . CO .60.60 .60.60.60 .60 .8; 100 $^ . 008.00 4. 006. 00 5 00 6 , 004 . 00 6 . GO 4 . 004 . 00 4 . 004 . 005.00 !5.00 Lov

  

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