Image from page 16 of “Our new guide to rose culture : 1891” (1891)

Image from page 16 of “Our new guide to rose culture : 1891” (1891)
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Title: Our new guide to rose culture : 1891
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: Dingee & Conard Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nursery stock Catalogs Roses Catalogs Nurseries (Horticulture) Bulbs (Plants) Seeds Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs
Publisher: West Grove, Pa. : The Dingee & Conard Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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r ispure white, and both flowers and buds have anabundance of lovely deep green moss. 50 cts.;Two-year* size, $1. SPECIAL OFFER.—The set of 7 named abovefor $2.75. Two-year size and larger, set of 7 for $4.75-*Two-year Roses must generally be sent by Express. PRICE, 30 CTS. harness rgsgs^- The Moss Rose is a strong, vigorous grower, PER-FECTLY HARDY, and therefore justly esteemed as verydesirable for out-door culture in open ground. Mostvarieties bloom but once in the season, and usually notthe first year, but the flowers and buds are very largeand handsome; they remain in bloom a long time, andare highly prized wherever beautiful Roses are known.Moss Roses like rich ground and are much improved inbeauty and fragrance by liberal manuring and goodcutivation, but they bear hardships and neglect well, andalways bloom profusely. The price of Moss Roses is 20 cts. each ; 5 for $1:4he set of 14 varieties for $2.75. Two-year size, 40 cts.■sach ; set of 14 for $4.50, by Express. See over.

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GLORY OF MOSSES (BUDS). 20 THE DINGEE & CONARD CO.S GENERAL COLLECTION—MOSS ROSES. Captain Ingram.—Brilliant carmine ; large full flowers, very double and mossy. 20 cts.Elizabeth Rowe.—Bright satiny pink, very large and double, fragrant and finely mossed. 20 cts.Etna Moss.—One of the finest, very large and full, delightfully fragrant; color, bright crimson, shaded purple; very mossy. 20 cts.Glory of Mosses.—A magnificent Moss Rose; extra large and perfectly double; color, deep rosy carmine, shaded purplish crimson; very mossy and fragrant, one of the finest. 20 cts.Henry Martin.—Rich glossy pink, elegantly tinged with crimson ; large globular flowers; very full and sweet, finely mossed. 20 cts.Hortense Vernet.—Fine rosy carmine ; large, full and sweet; buds beautifully mossed. 20 cts.Luxembourg.—Bright crimson scarlet; large double; very sweet and mossy; one of the finest. 20 cts.Lanei.—Large, bold flowers, very double, full and fragrant; color, rich crimson, del

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