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Title: Dreer's 1909 garden book

Identifier: dreers1909garden1909henr

Year: 1909 (1900s)

Authors: Henry A. Dreer (Firm); Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection

Subjects: Seeds Catalogs; Nursery stock Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Fruit Seeds Catalogs

Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Henry A. Dreer

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

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


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I HBBfADKR -PHILADELPHIAfA W RELIABLE VEGETABLE SEEDS ]!i Mohre, Ger. CARROT. Carotte, Fr. Zonahoria, Sp. One ounce will sow 100 feet of drill; 3 to 4 pounds for an acre. Culture.—Carrots do best in warm, deep, rather light and fairly fertile soil that is well supplied with humus, or on strong loam having been in clover and broken the year before. For earliest crop sow seed of the early, short-rooted sorts in April or May, in drills a foot apart and thin to 2 inches. For main crop, sow in May or June, or for succession even in July, using the longer-rooted varieties. The rows for these may be 16 to 20 inches apart, and the plants thinned to 2, 3 or even 4 inches. To raise Carrots for stock, the rows may be made wide enough apart, say 2 to 2i feet, to allow of cultivation by horse power. In sowing Carrot or other small seeds, especially during dry weather, pains should be taken to firm the soil wll over the seed, either by means of the feet, or' with the roller of the garden drill. Varieties marked * are good for stock feeding. Dreer's Perfect Forcing Carrot. (See cut.) A fine half- long variety, beautiful bright scarlet, transparent, crisp and almost without a core. Remarkably small top and can be planted very close in frame. It also does well grown in the open ground. Pkt., 10 cts.; oz., 20 cts.; | lb., 50 cts. Earliest Short Horn {French Forcing). This variety is small, reddish orange, of globular shape and excellent flavor. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 15 cts.; \ lb., 35 cts.; lb., §1.00. Early Scarlet Horn. A favorite early red summer variety. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts.; \ lb., 30 cts.; lb., 90 cts. Early Half-Long Scarlet. A desirable point-root sort, pro- ductive and early, coming in between Scarlet Horn and Long Orange. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts.; \ lb., 30 cts.; lb., 90 cts. *Danvers' Half-Long Orange. A rich orange-red variety, very smooth and handsome, producing very large crops. An excellent market variety. Tops are of medium size and coarsely divided. The roots taper to a blunt point; flesh sweet, crisp and tender. Although the roots of this variety grow shorter, it produces more bulk to the acre than the larger field varieties. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts.; \ lb., 30 cts.; lb., 90 cts. Improved Rubicon. This beautiful half-long stump-root Carrot originated in Rhode Isand. It is the result of careful breeding, and in shape and color most desirable. The Carrots grow about the same length as the well-known Danvers, but thicker, and are a rich dark orange in color. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts.; \ lb., 30 cts.; lb., 90cts. Chantenay Half = Long. Resembling the Nantes, with larger shoulder. Medium early and heavy cropper. Pkt., Sets.; oz., 10 cts.; \ lb., 30 cts.; lb., 90 cts. Early Half-Long Carentan. An excellent scarlet variety, without core, for forcing or the open ground. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10cts.; \ lb., 30 cts.; lb., 90 cts. Half-Long Nantes. An excellent early half-long, stump-rooted variety, of superior quality. Pkt., Sets.; oz., 10 cts.; \ lb., 30 cts.; lb., 90 cts. St. Valery. A desirable sort for private gardens; of rich orange color. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts.; \ lb., 30 cts.; lb., 90 cts. Guerande, or Oxheart. A good variety on soils too hard and stiff for the longer-growing sorts. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts.; Jib., 30 cts.; lb., 90 cts. *NichoI's Improved Long Orange selection of the Long Orange Carrot, cts.; \ lb., 25 cts.; lb., 80 cts. *Long Orange. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 ( lb., 75 cts. *Altringham Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts, lb., 75 cts. *Large White Belgian. Pkt., 5 cts.; 02 cts.; lb., 60 cts. *Improved Short White. Pkt., 5 cts.; 20 cts.; lb., 60 cts. COLLARDS. Blatterkohl, Ger. Chou Coda, Fr. Cadu,Sp. Culture.—Sow seed the same as for late cabbage plants. The crop of greens may be grown directly in the seed rows, or the plants may be transplanted and set a foot apart in the rows. Best after being touched by frost. One ounce will pro- duce about 3000 plants. Creole, or Southern. Cabbage greens, used as a substitute for cabbage in the South. Pkt, 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts.; Jib., 30 cts.; lb., $1.00.


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This is a very fine Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 • ; I lb., 20 cts.; ] lb., 20 cts.; 10 cts.; Jib., 20 z., 10 cts.; I lb., CHICORY. Culture.—Sow seed in early spring as for carrots, in rows 12 to 16 inches apart, and thin the plants to 2 or 3 inches. To blanch the leaves for salad in winter, dig the roots in the fall, cut the leaves off a little above the root crown, and place them horizontally in layers, alternating with layers of sand or loam, in a dark cellar, the tops all pointing outward of the sloping heap or heaps. To raise witloof, plant the roots, with leaves removed, in the cellar or greenhouse in the fall, and cover 8 to 12 inches deep with loose litter or coarse manure. One ounce to 100 feet of drill. Common, or Wild. Sown in June, the roots are trans- planted in autumn into sand in the cellar; the shoots, which will come up soon, form the " Barbe de Capucin." Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts.; \ lb., 25 cts.; lb., 85 cts. Large Rooted. Used to mix with or as a substitute for coffee. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 15 cts.; \ lb., 35 cts.; lb., SI.00. Witloof-Chicory. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 15 cts.; \ lb., 40 cts.; lb., $1.25. CORN SAL,AD (FetticusV Stecksa/at, Ger. ISTache, Fr. Mache 6 Valerianilla, Sp. Culture.—Sow in spring in drills 1 foot apart; it will mature in six to eight weeks. For winter and early spring use, sow in drills in August and September. Three ounces to 1 00 feet of drill. Large Seeded. Pkt., 5 cts.; oz., 10 cts.; \ lb., 20cts.,- lb., 60 cts.


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