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Young"s dahlias, peonies and gladioli

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Written in English


  • Peonies,
  • Gladiolus,
  • Catalogs,
  • Varieties,
  • Bulbs (Plants),
  • Seeds,
  • Nursery stock,
  • Dahlias,
  • Prices

Book details:

Edition Notes

Cover title.

StatementRobert C. Young
ContributionsYoung, Robert C., Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
The Physical Object
Pagination1 folded sheet ([6] unnumbered pages) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26324588M

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Excerpt from Bulbs for Spring Planting: Dahlias, Gladioli, Cannas, Iris, Phlox, Lilies, Peonies, and Perennial Plants For those planting Dahlias for the first time this Spring a word as to the culture 18 added With the hope of insuring the joy of success. The soil need not be very rich, a sandy or gravelly $ suits them best, as any good Author: Joseph F. Donnelly. Gladioli, dahlias, peonies: [catalog] / grown and offered by J.V. Edlund. Item Preview. Dahlias, gladioli, peonies, iris and cannas of the better kinds [price list] / By. Altha Hall Gardens (Firm) Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Clarendon, Virginia:Altha Hall Gardens,[] Notes: Cover title. Subjects. Beautiful images but also includes useful growing and care tips at the end of the book. Mine arrived with the corners bent a bit (first thing I check for book I want to put on my coffee table) but I can live with this one. Peonies are my favorite flowers and since I can't have them in my garden all year around - this book is a sweet alternative!/5(57).

Dahlia Peony-flowering type Semi double flowers (" / cm) with open centers that are surrounded by two or three rows of petals that are often twisted or curled. Most varieties have beautiful bronze-purple or burgundy coloured foliage which creates a wonderful contrast with the bright colourful flowers. - We carry a full line of perennial garden favorites like peony, phlox, awesome tuberous begonias, gladiolus, hosta, astilbe and more! Order direct from our website at See more ideas about Perennials, Tuberous begonia and Gladiolus pins. Dahlia Picture Book (pdf) Download. Dalia Download. Gladiolus and Specialty Cut Flower Bulbs Picture Flyer (pdf) Download. Gladiolus and Specialty Cut Flower Bulbs Price List (pdf) Download. The Jumbo Frednie Cart - Jumbo (pdf) Download. Contact Us. Drop us a line! Name. Email* Send. Ednie Flower Bulb. 37 Fredon Marksboro. Gladiolus corms. How to Plant Gladiolus. To ensure large-sized blooms, plant corms that are 1¼ inch or larger in diameter. Set the corm in the hole about 4 inches deep with the pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press firmly. Space the corms 6 to 8 inches apart. If you grow gladioli primarily for cut flowers, plant them in rows.

Gladiolus is a wildly popular flowering plant that often makes its way into floral arrangements. As well as bouquets, gladiolus looks amazing in flower beds and along garden borders. But what are some good companion plants for gladiolus? Keep reading to learn more about plants that grow well with gladiolus. Companion Plants for Gladiolus. Peony's Envy: PO Box - 34 Autumn Hill Drive: Bernardsville, NJ [email protected] Larger varieties may need staking. Deadhead regularly. Dahlias do not need to be lifted every year, but can be lifted June/July and stored in a cool, dry, frost free place in sawdust to prevent shrivelling up. Gladioli. Plant from August to December. Plant cm deep and 15cm apart in a sheltered position with full sun and good drainage. Gladiolus are highly pest resistant and bloom happily in full sun or partial shade. Their shorter overall height means you can use them in the middle or fronts of borders and beds. They also do exceptionally well in patio containers - or even window boxes where viewing their rich cascades of flowers up close is a special pleasure.