Image from page 12 of “Annual catalogue : reliable seeds and plants specially selected for the southern climate” (1895)

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Image from page 12 of “Annual catalogue : reliable seeds and plants specially selected for the southern climate” (1895)
Title: Annual catalogue : reliable seeds and plants specially selected for the southern climate
Identifier: annualcataloguer1895gann
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: Gannon & Nicholson; Texas Seed and Floral Co; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nursery stock Texas Dallas Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental Catalogs
Publisher: Dallas, Tex. : Gannon & Nicholson
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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In this department we aim to offer a complete list of all known varie- ties of real value and exclude every- thing worthless, also to leave out an endless number of kinds for which there is no demand. We are careful to avoid offering the same variety of seeds under the different names; also to avoid using misleading descriptions. MARKET GARDENERS, or other large planters requiring larger quantities of seeds than are here offered, are invited to write for our Special Price List. In writing please state whether you are a Market Gardener, Florist or Dealer in Seeds. SEEDS POST-PAID BY MAIL. Please hear in mind that the prices in the following list include prepayment of postage by us on all seeds offered by the Packet, Ounce, Quarter Pound, Pound, Pint or Quart, unless otherwise noted. Thus you have only to send us the catalogue price, and we GUARANTEE safe delivery by mail, postage prepaid. If the seeds are to be sent by express, at the buyer’s expense, deduct eight cents for a pound, eight cents for a pint and fifteen cents for a quart. Half pounds supplied at pound rates; half bushels at bushel rates. Packet Seed Discounts. This does not refer to seeds offered by weight or measure, but to seeds in Packets only; nor does it refer to potatoes, onion sets or bulbs : For 25 cents you may select six 5 cent packages of Vegetables or Flower Seeds. For 50 cents you may select thirteen 5 cent packages of Vegetables or Flower Seeds. For $1.00 you may select seeds in Packets (no ounces, remember) to the amount of $1.30. For $2.00 you may select seeds in Packets (no ounces, remember) to the amount of $2.75. For $5.00 you may select seeds in Packets (no ounces, remember) to the amount of $7.25. Artichoke. Green Globe, per oz 30c Jerusalem (we have the tubers only) lb., 20c.; free by mail; pk., 50c.; bus., $1.50 by express. Asparagus. Pkt. Oz. lb. Lb. 10 30 $1.00 10 30 1.00 Connover’s Collossal. .. 05 10 25 75c Roots, one year old, $1.00 per 100; $8.C 0 per 1000 two year old, 25c a doz.; $1.50 per 100; by express only. BRUSSELS SPROUTS-Pkt., 5c.; oz., 20c. Beans—Dwarf Varieties. GREEN PODDED VARIETIES. Packet of any variety, 5c. Pkt. Pt. Qt. 10 40 65 10 35 60 Pt. Qt. Pk. Bus. Henderson’s Dwarf Lima; 25 45 $2.50 $…. Early Yellow Six Weeks.. 20 40 1.25 4.50 Improved Early Valentine 20 40 1.50 5.00 20 40 1.25 4.50 Best of All 20 40 1.50 5.50 Refugee, or Thousand to One 20 40 1.25 4.60 Dwarf Horticultural 20 40 1.25 4.50 WAX VARIETIES. 25 45 1.75 6.50 Challenge Dwarf Black 30 50 1.75 6.50 Rust Proof Golden Wax.. 30 50 1.75 6.50 25 45 1.60 6.00 25 45 1.60 6.00 25 45 1.60 6.00 Flagelot Wax….. 25 45 1.60 6.00 Wardwell’s Kidney Wax . 25 45 1.75 6.50

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