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1940 PRICE LIST 


SSTABUSHED 1849 








■@dam5 A/ut5etu, SJnc 

Office and Nursery 

WESTFIELD, MASS. 

Post Office 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

A/inety-*Qcond If eat 



We are located centrally in New England—Our 
office, nursery and storehouses are located on the 
Springfield-Westfield road, Route No. 20, six miles 
from Springfield and two miles from Westfield— 
Busses pass the Nursery at frequent intervals 


TELEPHONES: Springfield 6-0443; Westfield 863 















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ADAMS NURSERY, INC. 


Dniiotmation 


GUARANTEE 

Three Months Guarantee: We aim to deliver 
nursery stock in first-class condition so that with 
proper after-care losses will be reduced to a mini¬ 
mum. Should any stock purchased at our retail 
prices fail to grow, we stand ready to re-supply 
the same without charge provided the account is 
paid within thirty days of date of invoice and such 
failure to grow is reported within ninety days of 
purchase. 

We will cheerfully re-supply any plant found 
not true to name, or we will refund the amount 
paid for the same, but it is mutually understood 
that at no time shall we be held responsible for a 
greater sum than the purchase price. 


SHIPPING METHODS: 

Shipments will be forwarded as purchasers direct, but in 
the absence of instructions we will use our best judgment 
and forward plants by shortest and safest route. 

QUANTITY RATES: 

Plants ofFered in this catalog will be furnished at the 
annexed price only when the quantity specified shall be 
taken. Twenty-five at the hundred rate and five at the 
ten rate. 

TERMS: 

We are glad to extend thirty day terms to established ac¬ 
counts. Also to open new accounts, via references, if 
order amounts to $10 or more. On first orders, for less 
than $10 please send cash. Our guarantee is void on over¬ 
due accounts. 

SHIPPING SEASON: 

Our spring shipping season usually begins early in April 
and until about the first of June everything can be trans¬ 
planted. Perennials and stock dug with a ball of earth can 
be moved at anytime during the summer. Our fall season 
starts with the digging of evergreens in August, followed 
in October by Deciduous trees and shrubs. 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


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'To Out (2ultomeU 


PLANS AND ESTIMATES: 

We maintain a staff of competent men, trained and ex¬ 
perienced to assist home owners in selecting the proper 
plants for their proper locations. We shall be glad to 
submit plans and estimates, there being no obligation con¬ 
nected with this service, and no charge if plant material is 
purchased from us. 

DISPLAY GARDEN: 

We cordially invite you to visit our display garden where 
we have planted hundreds of different varieties for the pur¬ 
pose of giving our customers an opportunity to study and 
become familiar with the better hardy varieties. You may 
go where you please and stay as long as you like. You 
will not be approached unless you express a desire for 
service. 

CASH AND CARRY: 

During the spring and fall planting seasons we freshly 
dig with a ball of earth many plants for our cash and 
carry trade. Visit our nurseries often and take advantage 
of these special values. 

DELIVERIES: 

During the planting seasons our trucks frequently pass 
most points within a radius of twenty miles from Westfield. 
Deliveries will be made at no additional charge within this 
radius when they may be incorporated on our regular 
trips. There will be a charge for special delivery service, 
and long distance truck delivery can be arranged at actual 
cost. 


GARDEN CLUBS: 

We will gladly supply an experienced lecturer during the 
winter and summer months. A small fee will be charged 
to cover only the cost. 

PLANTING SERVICE: 

For the convenience of our customers we can supply an ex¬ 
perienced and responsible planting service. These same 
experienced men are available during the summer and 
winter to do your trimming. A very essential operation 
for the appearance and well being of any successful plant¬ 
ing. 

PRICES: 

Prices in this book supersede all previous lists and are sub¬ 
ject to change without notice. 


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Dndex of} Common A/amei 

of Trees and Shrubs 


Common Names Botanic Names 
EVERGREENS 


Arborvitaes 

see Thuja 

Douglas Fir 

44 

Pseudotsuga 

Firs 

44 

Abies 

Hemlocks 

it 

Tsuga 

Pines 

it 

Pinus 

Retinospora 

u 

Chamaecyparis 

Spruces 

a 

Picea 

Yews 

n 

Taxus 

EVERGREEN 

SHRUBS 

Christmas Rose 

see 

Helleborus 

Heather 

u 

Nigra 

Calluna 

Japanese Holly 

it 

Ilex 

“ Spurge 

4 i 

Pachysandra 

Mountain 

Andromeda 

44 

Pieris 

Mountain 

Laurel 

44 

Kalmia 

Periwinkle 

44 

Vinca 

TREES 

Ash 

see 

Fraxinus 

Beech 

44 

Fagus 

Birch 

44 

Betula 

Cherries 

44 

Prunus 

Crabs 

44 

Malus 

Cypress 

44 

Taxodium 

Dogwoods 

44 

Cornus 

Elm 

44 

Ulmus 

Fringe 

44 

Chionanthus 

Hawthorn 

44 

Crataegus 

Honey Locust 

44 

Gleditsia 

Horse 

Chestnut 

44 

/Esculus 

Judas Tree 

44 

Cercis 

Larch 

44 

Larix 

Lilac 

44 

Syringa 

Linden 

44 

Tilia 

Locust 

44 

Robinia 

Maiden Hair 

44 

Ginkgo 

Maple 

44 

Acer 

Mountain Ash 

44 

Sorbus 

Mulberry 

44 

Morus 

Oak 

44 

Quercus 

Plum 

44 

Prunus 

Sourwood 

44 

Oxydendrum 

Tulip Tree 

44 

Liriodendron 

Varnish Tree 

44 

Koelreuteria 

Willows 

44 

Salix 

Yellow-wood 

44 

Cladrastis 


Common Names Botanic Names 


SHRUBS 


Acacia 

see Robinia 

Almond 

44 

Prunus 

Althea 

44 

Hibiscus 

Aralia 

44 

Acanthopanax 

Arrowwood 

44 

Viburnum 

Bayberry 

44 

Myrica 

Beauty Bush 

44 

Kolkwitzia 

Blueberry 

44 

Vaccinium 

Bridal Wreath 

44 

Spirea 

Butterfly Bush 

44 

Buddleia 

Chokeberry 

44 

Aronia 

Coralberry 

44 

Symphoricarpos 

Cranberry 

44 

Viburnum 

Dogwood 

44 

Cornus 

Elder 

44 

Sambucus 

Golden Bell 

44 

Forsythia 

Honeysuckle 

44 

Lonicera 

Jet Bead 

44 

Rhodotypos 

Lilac 

44 

Syringa 

Mock Orange 

44 

Philadelphus 

Nannyberry 

44 

Viburnum 

Pearl Bush 

44 

Exochorda 

Plum 

44 

Prunus 

Privet 

4 i 

Ligustrum 

Quince, flowering 

44 

Cydonia 

Redvein 

44 

Enkianthus 

Smoke Bush 

44 

Rhus 

Snowball 

44 

Viburnum 

Snowberry 

44 

Symphoricarpos 

Spice Bush 

44 

Benzoin 

St. John’s Wort 

44 

Hypericum 

Sumac 

44 

Rhus 

Summer Sweet 

44 

Clethra 

Sweet Pea Shrub 

44 

Desmodium 

Sweet Shrub 

44 

Calycanthus 

Syringa 

44 

Philadelphus 

Wayfaring Tree 

44 

Viburnum 

Winterberry 

44 

Ilex 

Witch Hazel 

44 

Hamamelis 

Yellowroot 

44 

Zanthorhiza 




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& 


vetateen 

ABIES—Fir 


“Tree* 


concolor White Fir 






Each 

10 

100 

18 to 24 in. 

.$ 1.50 

$ 12.75 

$112.50 

2 

to 

3 

ft. 

. 1.85 

16.50 

150.00 

3 

to 

4 

ft. 

. 2.50 

24.00 

225.00 

4 

to 

5 

ft. 

. 3.00 

27.75 

262.50 

5 

to 

6 

ft. 

. 4.00 

37.50 

337.50 

6 

to 

7 

ft. 


56.25 

525.00 

7 

to 

8 

ft. 

. 13.00 

120.00 


8 

to 

10 ft. 

. 16.00 

150.00 


fraseri 




Fraser Fir 

2 

to 

3 

ft. 

. 1.35 

12.50 


3 

to 

4 

ft. 

. 2.00 

18.00 


4 

to 

5 

ft. 

. 2.50 

22.50 


homolepis (brachyphylla) 


Nikko Fir 

3 

to 

4 

ft. 

. 2.25 

20.25 


4 

to 

5 

ft. 

. 2.60 

24.00 


5 

to 

6 

ft. 

. 3.00 

28.50 

270.00 

6 

to 

7 

ft. 

. 4.25 

39.75 

360.00 

7 

to 

8 

ft. 

. 4.75 

45.00 

412.50 

8 

to 

9 

ft. 

. 6.50 

60.00 


veitchi 




Veitch Fir 

2V 2 to 

3 ft. 

. 2.00 

18.00 


3 

to 

4 

ft. 

. 2.25 

20.25 


4 

to 

5 

ft. 

. 3.00 

27.75 


5 

to 

6 

ft. 

. 3.75 

33.75 


6 

to 

7 

ft. 

. 4.25 

37.50 


7 

to 

8 

ft. 

. 5.00 

45.00 



GHAMAECYPARIS—Retinospora 


pisifera Sewara Retinospora 

1 y 2 to 2 ft.$ 1.50 $ 12.75 

2 to 2V 2 ft. 1.75 15.00 

2% to 3 ft. 1.90 16.50 

pisifera aurea Golden Sewara Retinospora 

iy 2 to 2 ft. 1.20 10.00 

2 to 2% ft. 1.35 12.00 

pisifera filifera Thread Retinospora 

18 to 24 in. 2.00 18.75 

2 to 3 ft. 2.75 26.25 


pisifera filifera aurea Golden Thread Retinospora 

12 to 15 in . 1.75 15.00 

15 to 18 in . 2.00 18.00 


pisifera plumosa 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2Vs ft. sheared 
2V 2 to 3 ft. sheared 

3 to 4 ft. sheared. .. 


Plumed Cypress or Retinospora 


1.25 10.50 $ 90.00 

1.50 14.25 127.50 

1.65 15.50 140.00 

3.00 24.00 225.00 


pisifera plumosa aurea 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2% ft. sheared 
2 x / 2 to 3 ft. sheared 

3 to 4 ft. sheared. . 

4 to 5 ft. sheared. . 

5 to 6 ft. sheared. . 


Golden Plume Retinospora 

. . . 1.25 

10.50 

90.00 

. . . 1.50 

12.75 

112.50 

. . . 1.75 

13.50 

120.00 


20.25 

187.50 

. .. 3.50 

33.75 

300.00 

. . . 5.00 

45.00 

412.50 













































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JUNIPERUS—Junipers 


chinensis 


Chinese Junipers 


Each 

10 100 

3 to 4 ft. 

.$ 4.00 


4 to 5 ft. 



5 to 6 ft. 

. 6.00 

$ 55.00 

6 to 8 ft. 

. 7.50 

70.00 

chinensis albo-variegata 

Variegated Juniper 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 3.25 

30.00 

chinensis columnaris 


Columbia Juniper 

2V 2 to 3 ft. 

. 1.75 

16.75 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 2.65 

25.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 3.50 

33.50 

5 to 6 ft. 

. 5.50 

50.00 

6 to 7 ft. 

. 7.00 


chinensis pfitzeriana 


Pfitzer Juniper 

15 to 18 in. spread. 


20.00 $187.50 

18 to 24 in. spread. 

. 2.60 

24.00 225.00 

2 to 2y 2 ft. spread. 

. 3.50 

33.75 300.00 

2Vz to 3 ft. spread. 

. 4.00 

37.50 350.00 

3 to 4 ft. spread. 

. 5.00 


chinensis procumbens 


Trailing Juniper 

12 to 15 in. spread. 

. 2.00 

15.00 

15 to 18 in. spread. 

. 2.50 

20.00 

18 to 24 in. spread. 

. 3.00 

25.00 

communis depressa 

Spreading Native Juniper 

2 to 2V Z ft. spread. 

. 2.50 

22.50 

2Vz to 3 ft. spread. 

. 3.00 

26.25 

communis depressa plumosa 


Plumed Juniper 

12 to 18 in. spread. 

. 1.25 

9.00 

18 to 24 in. spread. 

. 1.75 

12.75 

2 to 3 ft. spread. 

. 2.00 

16.50 

communis hibernica 


Irish Juniper 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 1.50 

12.75 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.80 

16.50 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 2.60 

24.00 

communis prostrata aurea 

Golden 

Prostrate Juniper 

18 to 24 in. spread. 

. 1.75 

15.00 

2 to 2Vz ft. spread. 

. 2.25 

18.75 

communis suecica 


Swedish Juniper 

2Vz to 3 ft. 

. 1.50 

12.75 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.80 

16.50 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 2.60 

24.00 

excelsa stricta 


Greek Juniper 

15 to 18 in. 

. 1.25 

11.50 

18 to 24 in. 

. 1.75 

15.00 

2 to 2Vz ft. 

. 2.00 

18.00 


horizontalis Creeping Juniper 


Prostrate. Fine for banks, rock¬ 
ery, or ground cover. 

15 to 18 in. 

1.50 

13.50 

18 to 24 in. 

1.75 

16.50 

horizontalis plumosa 

15 to 18 in. 

1.00 

9.00 

14.00 

18.00 

18 to 24 in. 

1.50 

2 to 2Vz ft. 

2.00 









































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JUNIPERUS —continued 


horizontalis glauca 

Blue Creeping 

Juniper 


Each 

10 

100 

12 to 15 in. spread. 

.$ 1.00 

$ 9.00 


15 to 18 in. spread. 

. 1.50 

13.50 


japonica 


Japanese 

Juniper 

2% to 3 ft. spread. 

. 4.00 

35.00 


3 to 3 l /o ft. spread. 


45.00 


sabina 


Savin 

Juniper 

15 to 18 in. spread. 

. 1.50 

14.25 


18 to 24. in. spread. 

. 1.80 

16.50 


2 to 2Vo ft. spread. 

. 2.25 

20.25 


2 x /o to 3 ft. spread. 

. 2.75 

24.00 


3 to 3Vo ft. spread. 

. 4.00 

37.50 


sabina tamariscifolia 


Tamarix 

Juniper 

15 to 18 in. 

. 2.00 



18 to 24 in. 

. 2.50 



scopulorum glauca Chandler 

's New Blue Colorado 

Juniper 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 2.50 

22.50 


squamata meyeri 


Meyer 

Juniper 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 2.75 

25.00 


virginiana dayii 


Day Cedar 

6‘ to 7 ft. 

. 6.00 



virginiana glauca 


Blue Cedar 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 3.75 

33.75 


5 to 6 ft. 

. 4.50 

41.25 


virginalis 




12 to 15 in. 

. 1.25 

11.25 


15 to 18 in. 

. 1.75 

15.00 


18 to 24 in. 

. 2.00 

18.75 


PICEA- 

-Spruce 



canadensis 


White Spruce 


Each 

10 

100 

1 V 2 to 2 ft. 

.$ 1.00 

$ 9.00 


2 to 3 ft. 

. 1.25 

12.00 


canadensis nana 

Dwarf White Spruce 

6 to 8 in. spread. 

. 1.35 

12.75 

$120.00 

8 to 10 in. spread. 

. 1.60 

15.00 

145.00 

10 to 12 in. spread. 

. 2.00 

18.75 


12 to 15 in. spread. 

. 2.50 

22.50 


canadensis albertiana 

Black Hills Spruce 

7 to 8 ft. 

. 7.50 



8 to 10 ft. 

. 10.00 



excelsa 


Norway Spruce 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 1.40 

12.75 


3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.75 

16.50 


4 to 5 ft. 

. 2.50 



5 to 6 ft. 

. 3.00 



6 to 7 ft. 

. 4.25 



7 to 8 ft. 




excelsa pygmaea 


Pigmy Spruce 

6 to 8 in. 

. 1.35 

12.75 

120.00 

8 to 10 in. 

. 1.60 

15.00 

145.00 

10 to 12 in. 

. 2.00 

18.75 


12 to 15 in. 

. 2.50 

22.50 








































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PICEA —continued 


glauca conica Dwarf Alberta Spruce 

Each 10 100 

12 to 15 in.$ 1.75 $ 16.75 

polita Tiger Tail Spruce 

15 to 18 in. 1.60 15.00 

18 to 24 in. 2.00 18.00 

2 to 2V Z ft. 2.25 20.25 

2V 2 to 3 ft. 2.75 26.50 

pungens Colorado Spruce 

2 to 2Vz ft. 1.50 

2Vz to 3 ft. 1.75 

3 to 4 ft. 2.00 

4 to 5 ft. 2.50 

5 to 6 ft. 3.50 33.75 

6 to 7 ft. 6.00 56.25 

7 to 8 ft. 7.00 63.75 

pungens glauca Colorado Blue Spruce 

18 to 24 in. 2.50 

2 to 2Vz ft. 2.75 

2Vz to 3 ft. 3.00 

3 to 4 ft. 3.75 

4 to 5 ft. 5.50 

5 to 6 ft. 7.00 63.75 

6 to 7 ft. 8.50 82.50 

7 to 8 ft. 10.00 97.50 

8 to 10 ft. 13.50 112.50 


pungens kosteri 

2 to 2Vz ft. 

2Vz to 3 ft. 

3 to 3Vz ft. 

3Yz to 4 ft. 

4 to 4 y 2 ft. 

4V 2 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 

6 to 7 ft. 

7 to 8 ft. 

Prices for larger trees on request 


Rosters Blue Spruce 

3.75 
4.25 

4.75 
5.50 
7.00 

10.50 82.50 

12.00 105.00 

14.50 135.00 

16.50 150.00 


pungens moerheimi 

2 to 2Yz ft. 4.50 42.50 

2% to 3 ft. 6.50 60.00 

3 to 3V 2 ft. 8.50 75,00 


PINUS—Pines 


flexilis Limber Pine 

Each 10 100 

7 to 8 ft.$ 8.00 $ 72.50 

8 to 9 ft. 10.00 97.50 

montana Swiss Mountain Pine 

2 to 2V 2 ft. 2.50 

2% to 3 ft. 3.00 

3 to 4 ft. 4.00 


montana mughus 
12 to 15 in. spread 
15 to 18 in. spread 
18 to 24 in. spread 
2 to 2Yz ft. spread 
2Yz to 3 ft. spread 


Dwarf Mountain Pine 
1.75 16.50 

2.25 20.25 

2.50 24.00 

3.50 33.75 

4.00 37.50 













































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PINUS —continued 
nigra (austriaca) 


Austrian Pine 
Each 10 100 


3 

to 

4 

ft. 

.$ 2.50 


4 

to 

5 

ft. 

. 4.00 


5 

to 

6 

ft. 

. 6.00 


6 

to 

7 

ft. 

. 7.50 


7 

to 

8 

ft. 

. 8.50 


8 

to 

9 

ft. 

. 13.50 


resinosa 



Red Pine 

3 

to 

4 

ft. 

. 4.00 


4 

to 

5 

ft. 

. 4.75 


5 

to 

6 

ft. 

. 5.50 


6 

to 

7 

ft. 

. 6.50 


7 

to 

8 

ft. 

. 8.50 

$ 82.50 

8 

to 

9 

ft. 

. 10.00 

97.50 

9 

to 

10 ft. 

. 13.00 

127.50 $1150.00 

10 to 12 ft. 

. 15.00 

135.00 1300.00 

12 to 14 ft. 

. 17.50 

165.00 1600.00 

strobus 




White Pine 

3 

to 

4 

ft. 

. 3.00 

27.75 

4 

to 

5 

ft. 

. 4.50 

41.25 

5 

to 

6 

ft. 

. 5.00 

48.75 

6 

to 

7 

ft. 

. 7.00 


7 

to 

8 

ft. 

. 9.00 


8 

to 

10 ft. 

. 12.00 


10 to 12 ft. 

. 18.50 

180.00 

12 to 14 ft. 

. 23.00 

225.00 

sylvestris 


Scotch Pine 

3 

to 

4 

ft. 

. 2.25 

20.25 

12 to 14 ft. 

. 25.00 


SEUDOTSUGA douglasi 


Douglas Fir 

2 

to 

3 

ft. 

. 1.75 

16.50 

3 

to 

4 

ft. 

. 2.25 

20.25 

4 

to 

5 

ft. 

. 2.75 

24.00 

5 

to 

6 

ft. 

. 4.00 

33.75 

6 

to 

7 

ft. 

. 5.50 

52.50 

7 

to 

8 

ft. 

. 6.75 

63.75 

8 

to 

9 

ft. 

. 7.50 

71.25 


canadensis 

15 to 18 in. 
18 to 24 in. 
2 to 2% ft. 


TAXUS—Yew 


Each 

spread.$ 1.60 

spread. 2.25 

spread. 2.75 


Canadian Yew 


10 

$ 15.00 
21.50 
24.00 


100 


canadensis stricta 


12 to 15 in. 
15 to 18 in. 
18 to 24 in. 

cuspidata 
15 to 18 in. 
18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2y 2 ft. 
2y 2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 3y 2 ft. 
3y 2 to 4 ft. 

4 to 4)V 2 ft. 


Dwarf Hedge Yew 


spread. 2.00 18.75 

spread. 2.40 22.50 

spread. 2.75 26.25 

Spreading Japanese Yew 

spread. 2.25 21.00 $187.50 

spread. 3.00 26.50 250.00 

spread. 4.25 40.00 375.00 

spread. 5.75 56.00 525.00 

spread. 6.50 63.75 

spread. 9.00 

spread. 12.00 















































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TAXUS—cuspidata —continued 
Specimens 

2y> to 3 ft. spread. 

3 to 3Vs ft. spread. 

cuspidata capitata 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2 Vs ft. 

2V 2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 3 y 2 ft. 

sy a to 4 ft. 

4 to 4y> ft. 

4y 2 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 

6 to 7 ft. 

7 to 8 ft. 

cuspidata nana (brevifolia) 

12 to 15 in. spread. 

15 to 18 in. spread. 

18 to 21 in. spread. 

21 to 24 in. spread. 

cuspidata columnaris 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2 Vs ft. 

2% to 3 ft. 

3 to 3 y 2 ft. 

3Vs to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 

7 to 8 ft. 

cuspidata intermedia 

12 to 15 in. spread. 

15 to 18 in. spread. 

18 to 24 in. spread. 

2 to 2Vs ft. spread. 

2Vs to 3 ft. spread. 

cuspidata intermedia capitata 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2M> ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

media Hicksii 

15 to 18 in. 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 3V 2 ft. 

3 y 3 to 4 ft. 


Each 

10 

100 

$ 6.00 

$ 57.00 


8.00 

75.00 


Upright Japan 1 

ese Yew 

2.25 

20.00 

$187.50 

2.50 

24.00 

225.00 

3.50 

33.75 

300.00 

4.75 

45.00 


5.25 

50.00 


8.00 

75.00 


8.50 

82.50 


12.00 

112.50 


15.00 



18.00 



Dwarf Japan 

ese Yew 

2.25 

20.25 

180.00 

3.00 

27.75 

250.00 

3.25 

30.75 


3.75 

33.75 



Columnar Yew 

2.25 

21.00 


2.60 

24.00 


3.75 

33.75 


6.00 

56.25 


6.75 

63.75 


9.00 

78.75 


10.00 



12.50 



Intermediate Yew 

1.75 

15.00 


2.25 

20.25 


3.60 

33.75 


4.50 



6.00 




Pyramidal Yew 

3.50 

30.00 


5.00 

48.00 


9.50 

90.00 


12.00 

115.00 



Hick 

’s Taxus 

1.75 

16.50 


O QK 

20.25 


3.00 

27.00 


4.00 

36.00 


4.75 

45.00 



THUJA—Arbor vitae 


occidentalis American Arborvitce 

Each 10 100 

7 to 8 ft.$ 4.50 $ 41.25 

8 to 9 ft. 5.50 52.50 

9 to 10 ft. 7.00 67.50 

10 to 12 ft. 9.50 90.00 

12 to 14 ft. 12.00 112.50 

14 to 16 ft. 16.50 150.00 














































SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


11 


occidentalis compacta 

Parson’s Arborvitee 


Each 

10 100 

2 to 2% ft. 

.$ 2.00 

$ 16.50 

2 V 2 to 3 ft. 

. 2.50 

20.25 

3 to 3Vs ft. 

. 3.75 

33.75 

3 y 2 to 4 ft. 

. 4.00 

37.50 

occidentalis elegantissima 

Golden Tipped Arborvitee 

2 l / 2 to 3 ft. 

. 1.50 

12.75 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.75 

15.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 2.00 

16.50 

occidentalis globosa 


Globe Arborvitee 

15 to 18 in. 

. 1.25 

10.50 

18 to 24 in. 

. 1.50 

12.75 

occidentalis Little Gem 

Little Gem Arborvitee 

6 to 9 in. spread. 

. 1.00 

9.00 

9 to 12 in. spread. 

. 1.25 

10.50 

occidentalis lutea 

George Peabody Arborvitee 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 2.60 

24.00 

5 to 6 ft. 

. 4.00 

37.50 

6 to 8 ft. 

. 4.50 

41.25 

occidentalis nigra 

Dark American Arborvitee 

18 to 24 in. 

. 1.00 

9.00 $ 75.00 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 1.50 

12.75 112.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.75 

15.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 2.25 


5 to 6 ft. 

. 3.25 


6 to 7 ft. 

. 4.50 

42.00 

7 to 8 ft. 

. 6.00 

56.25 527.50 

8 to 9 ft. 

. 7.00 

63.75 600.00 

occidentalis pvramidalis 

Pyramid Arborvitee 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 1.75 

16.50 150.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 2.50 

22.50 200.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 2.75 

25.50 240.00 

5 to 6 ft. 

. 3.00 

27.75 

6 to 7 ft. 

. 3.75 

33.75 

7 to 8 ft. 

. 4.25 

37.50 

8 to 10 ft. 

. 5.00 

48.75 


occidentalis rosenthali 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 


Rosenthal Arborvitee 
2.00 
2.7 5 
3.25 


occidentalis umbraculifera 

12 to 15 in. 

15 to 18 in. 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2Va ft. 


Conical Arborvitee 
1.20 10.50 

1.35 12.00 

1.75 15.00 

2.00 16.50 


occidentalis vervaeneana 

5 to 6 ft. 

6 to 7 ft. 


Verveene Arborvitee 
3.75 33.75 

4.50 41.25 


occidentalis wareana 

2 to 2Vo ft. 

2% to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 


Siberian Arborvitee 
1.75 15.00 

2.00 16.50 

2.50 20.25 


occidentalis woodwardi Woodward Globe Arborvitee 

15 to 18 in. 1.00 9.00 

18 to 24 in. 1.50 12.75 













































12 


ADAMS NURSERY, INC. 


TSUGA—Hemlock 

canadensis Canadian Hemlock 



Each 

10 

100 

18 to 24 in. 

.$ 1.50 

$ 14.25 

$127.50 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 2.00 

16.50 

150.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 2.75 

24.00 

225.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 3.75 

33.75 

300.00 

5 to 6 ft. 

. 4.50 

41.25 

375.00 

6 to 7 ft. 

. 6.00 

56.25 

475.00 

7 to 8 ft. 

. 7.50 

63.75 

600.00 

8 to 9 ft. 

. 10.50 

97.50 


9 to 10 ft. 

. 13.50 



10 to 11 ft. specimens. 

. 18.00 



roliniana 

Carolina Hemlock 

18 to 24 in. 

. 1.50 

12.75 


2 to 2% ft. 

. 2.00 

16.50 


4 to 5 ft. 

. 2.75 

24.00 


5 to 6 ft. 

. 4.50 

33.75 




CANADIAN HEMLOCK 


















SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


13 


£-vetqteen 


ARCTOSTAPHYLLOS uvaursi 



Bear berry 


Each 


10 

100 

This all around evergreen 




groundcover does well in 

poor 




soil, in sun or shade. 





3 to 6 in. pot grown. 

.$ .35 

$ 

3.00 

$ 25.00 

6 to 9 in. pot grown. 

.50 


4.50 

37.50 

CALLUNA vulgaris 




Heather 

6 to 8 in. 

.50 


4.50 


8 to 10 in. 

.75 


6.00 


DAPHNE cneorum 


Garland Flower 

5 to 7 in. spread. 

.50 


4.50 

37.50 

6 to 9 in. spread. 



5.25 

45.00 

9 to 12 in. spread. 

.90 


7.50 

67.50 

12 to 15 in. spread. 

. 1.20 


10.50 

90.00 

15 to 18 in. spread. 

. 1.50 


12.75 

112.50 

EUONYMUS radicans 



Wintercreeper 

12 to 15 in . 

.40 


3.75 


15 to 18 in. 

.60 


5.25 


18 to 24 in. 

.75 


6.00 


radicans argenteo-marginatus 



Silveredge 

12 to 15 in . 

.40 


3.75 


15 to 18 in. 

.60 


5.25 


radicans carrieri 

Glossy 

Wintercreeper 

12 to 15 in. 

.35 


3.00 


15 to 18 in. 

.40 


3.50 


18 to 24 in. 

.45 


3.75 


radicans colorata 





18 to 24 in. 

.45 


3.75 



radicans kewensis 

3 years . 

4 in. pots. 


Baby Winter creeper 
.40 3.50 

.50 4.50 


radicans vegetus 
12 to 15 in.. . 
15 to 18 in... 
18 to 24 in.. . 


Big Leaf Wintercreeper 
.60 5.25 

.70 6.00 

.80 7.50 


HELEBORUS NIGER 

2 year old plants. . 

3 year old plants. . 


Christmas Rose 
1.00 9.00 

1.25 11.00 


ILEX crenata convexa (Bullata) 

12 to 15 in. 

15 to 18 in. 

18 to 24 in. 


1.50 

Japanese Holly 
14.00 120.00 

2.25 

20.25 

187.50 

2.60 

24.00 



glabra 

18 to 24 in, 
2 to 2V Z ft 


Inkb er ry 

2.75 25.50 

4.00 37.50 


KALMIA LATIFOLIA 

Bushy nursery grown plants. 

15 to 18 in. 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2Vz ft. 

2V 2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 3% ft. 


Mountain Laurel 

1.50 14.00 135.00 

2.00 18.00 170.00 

2.50 24.00 

3.25 30.00 

4.00 





































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ADAMS NURSERY, INC. 


KALMIA LATIFOLIA— continued, 

Collected bushy plants. 

Each 

4 to 5 ft.$ 8.50 

5 to 6 ft. 12.50 


10 


100 


6 to 8 ft. 


20.00 


LEUCOTHOE catesbsei 

12 to 18 in. 1.25 

18 to 24 in. 1.75 

2 to 2% ft. 2.25 

2Vs to 3 ft. 2.60 


Drooping Leucothoe 
$ 9.75 
16.50 
21.00 
24.00 


MUHLENBECKIA nana 

Pot grown plants.50 

PACHISTIMA canbyi 

4 to 6 in. B & B.35 

6 to 9 in. B & B.45 

9 to 12 in. B & B.85 


4.50 $ 40.00 
Canby Pachistima 


3.00 

3.75 

7.50 


22.50 
35.00 

67.50 


PACHYSANDRA terminalis 

2 years, pot grown. 

3 years, pot grown. 

PIERIS floribunda 

12 to 15 in. 

15 to 18 in. 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2Vs ft. 

2Vs to 3 ft. 


spread. 1.50 

spread. 1.60 

spread. 2.25 

spread. 2.50 

spread. 3.00 


Japanese Spurge 
1.75 15.00 

3.00 22.50 

Mountain Andromeda 
12.50 
15.00 
20.00 
24.00 
27.00 


japomca 
15 to 18 
18 to 24 
2 to 3 ft 


in. 

in. 


PYRACANTHA 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 


Coccinea Lalandi 


Japanese Andromeda 

1.50 12.75 

2.00 16.50 

2.75 24.00 

Laland Firethorn 
3.00 27.75 

4.50 41.25 


RHODODENDRON carolinianum Carolina Rhododendron 


12 to 15 in. 2.20 20.25 180.00 

15 to 18 in. 2.50 24.00 210.00 

18 to 24 in. 3.00 27.00 240.00 

2 to 2Vs ft. 3.50 

2Vs to 3 ft. 4.25 

carolinianum album White Carolina Rhododendron 

12 to 18 in. 1.50 

18 to 24 in. 1.80 

2 to 2Vs ft. 2.40 


catawbiense 

Catawbiense 

Rhododendron 

15 to 18 in. 

. 1.75 

16.50 

150.00 

18 to 24 in. 

. 2.50 

24.00 

225.00 

2 to 2Vs ft. 

. 3.50 

33.75 

300.00 

2 Vs to 3 ft. 

. 6.00 

56.25 


3 to 3 Vs ft. 

. 7.00 

67.50 


Extra bushy specimens. 

2 to 2Vs ft. 

. 5.25 

50.00 


2 Vs to 3 ft. 

. 6.00 

57.50 


catawbiense compacta 

Very compact in growth, 

desir- 



able for borders. 

15 to 18 in . 

. 3.75 

35.00 


18 to 24 in. 

. 5.00 

45.00 

420.00 

2 to 2Vs ft. 

. 6.50 

62.50 

600.00 











































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15 


RHODODENDRON —continued 


maximum Rosebay Rhododendron 



Each 

10 

100 

15 to 18 in. 

.$ 1.75 

$ 15.00 

$142.50 

1 V 2 to 2 ft. 

. 2.00 

18.75 

172.50 

2 to 2% ft. 


20.25 

187.50 

2Vo to 3 ft. 

. 3.25 

27.75 

262.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 5.75 

56.25 


4 to 5 ft. collected. . . . 

. 7.50 

70.00 


5 to 6 ft. collected. . . . 

. 10.00 

95.00 


6 to 8 ft. collected. . . . 

. 12.50 

110.00 


HYBRID 


Named 

Varieties 

18 to 24 in. 

. 3.50 



2 to 2y 3 ft. 

. 4.50 



VINCA MINOR 

Myrtle or Common Periwinkle 

Field grown. 

.25 

2.00 

15.00 

4 in. pots. 

.30 

2.50 

22.50 

VINCA MINOR ALBA 


White Myrtle 

4 in. pots. 

.40 

3.50 

28.00 

VINCA MINOR BOWLES VARIETY 



Broader leaf, larger 

flowers and 



more of them. 




4 in. pots. 

.40 

3.50 

28.00 



RHODODENDRON CATAWBIENSIS 
Extremely hardy and prolific bloomer 


Adams Evergreen Shrubs are guaranteed. 
Common name Index on page four. 


















16 


ADAMS NURSERY, INC. 


“PeciduouA 'T’leei 


ACER dasycarpum 


Silver 

Maple 


Each 

10 

100 

6 to 8 ft. 

.$ 1.75 

$ 7.50 


8 to 10 ft. 

. 1.25 

11.25 


10 to 12 ft. 

. 1.65 

14.25 


12 to 14 ft., 1 y 2 to 1% in. caliper. 

. 2.25 

20.25 


14 to 16 ft., 1% to 2 in. cal. 

. 3.00 

26.25 


dasycarpum weiri 

Weir’s 

Cut-Leaf 

Maple 

6 to 8 ft. 

. 1.35 

12.75 


8 to 10 ft. 

. 1.75 

16.50 


10 to 12 ft. 

. 2.00 

18.00 


12 to 14 ft. 

. 3.00 

27.50 


14 to 16 ft. 

. 3.50 

32.50 


16 to 18 ft., 3 to 3 y 2 in. caliper... 

. 6.50 

60.00 


18 to 20 ft., SV 2 to 4 in. cal. 

. 8.50 

75.00 


20 to 30 ft., 4 to 6 in. cal. 

. 15.00 

to 30.00 each 

palmatum atropurpureum Bloodleaf Japanese Maple 

15 to 18 in. 

. 1.75 

12.75 


18 to 24 in. 

. 2.25 

20.25 


2 to 2y 3 ft. 

. 3.50 



platanoides 


Norway Maple 

8 to 10 ft. 

. 1.75 

16.50 


10 to 12 ft. 

. 2.50 

24.00 j 

$225.00 

12to 14 ft., iy 2 to 1% in. caliper. 

. 3.00 

27.00 

262.50 

12 to 14 ft., 1% to 2 in. cal. 

. 3.50 

33.00 

300.00 

14 to 16 ft., 2 to 2V 3 in. cal. 

. 4.25 

41.25 

375.00 

16 to 18 ft., 2% to 3 in. cal. 

. 6.50 

60.00 


16 to 18 ft., 3 to 3y 3 in. cal. 

. 10.00 

90.00 


16 to 18 ft., 3% to 4 in. cal. 

. 14.00 

130.00 


16 to 18 ft., 4 to 4y 3 in. cal. 

. 18.50 

175.00 


16 to 18 ft., 4 V 2 to 5 in. cal. 

. 25.00 



platanoides schwedleri 


Schwedler 

Maple 

6 to 8 ft. 

. 2.50 

24.00 


8 to 10 ft. 

. 3.50 

33.75 


10 to 12 ft. 

. 4.00 

37.50 


12 to 14 ft., iy 3 to 1% in. caliper. 

. 4.25 

41.25 


12 to 14 ft., 1% to 2 in. cal. 

. 4.75 

45.00 


14 to 16 ft., 2 to 2 V 2 in. cal. 

. 5.50 

48.75 


16 to 18 ft., 2% to 3 in. cal. 

. 7.50 

67.50 


16 to 18 ft., 3 to 3 y 2 in. cal. 

. 12.00 

100.00 


16 to 18 ft., 3% to 4 in. cal. 

. 15.00 

140.00 


16 to 18 ft., 4 to 4 y 2 in. cal. 

. 20.00 

180.00 


16 to 18 ft., 4Vs to 5 in. cal. 

. 30.00 



rubrum 


Red 

Maple 

10 to 12 ft. 

. 3.50 



12 to 14 ft. 

. 5.00 



taccharum 

Rock or Sugar 

Maple 

8 to 10 ft. 

. 2.00 

18.00 


10 to 12 ft. 

. 2.50 

24.00 


12 to 14 ft., IV 2 to 1% in. caliper. 

. 3.00 

28.00 

270.00 

12 to 14 ft., 1% to 2 in. cal. 

. 3.50 

33.00 

315.00 

14 to 16 ft., 2 to 2M> in. cal. 

. 4.25 

41.25 

375.00 

16 to 18 ft., 2 V 2 to 3 in. cal. 

. 6.00 

57.00 

525.00 

16 to 18 ft., 3 to 3 y 2 in. cal. 

. 10.00 

90.00 


16 to 18 ft., 3Vs to 4 in. cal. 

. 14.00 



16 to 18 ft., 4 to 4y> in. cal. 

. 18.50 



16 to 18 ft., 4% to 5 in. cal. 

. 25.00 
















































SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


17 


^DSCULUS carnea 


Red Horse Chestnut 


Each 

3 to 4 ft.$ 3.50 

4 to 5 ft. 4.00 

5 to 6 ft. 4.50 


10 


100 


hippocastanum 


White Horse Chestnut 


4 to 6 ft. 


$ 14,00 

6 to 8 ft. 


20.25 

ARALIA spinosa 


Hercules Club 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . . 1.50 


BETULA alba 

European White Birch 

4 to 5 ft. clumps. 

. . . . 1.25 

11.25 

5 to 6 ft. 

. .. . 1.25 

11.25 

alba laciniata 

Cut-Leaf Weeping Birch 

5 to 6 ft. 

.... 2.25 

16.50 $150.00 

6 to 8 ft. 

.... 2.75 

24.00 

8 to 9 ft. 

_ 3.25 

30.00 

9 to 10 ft. 

. . . . 3.50 

33.75 

lenta 


Sweet Birch 

6 to 8 ft. 


16.50 

8 to 10 ft. 

. . . . 2.75 

24.00 

lutea 


Yellow Birch 

5 to 6 ft. 

. . . . 1.60 

15.00 

6 to 8 ft. 


16.50 

8 to 10 ft. 

.. . . 2.75 

24.00 

papyrifera 

Canoe or Paper Birch 

4 to 6 ft. 

.... 2.00 

16.50 150.00 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . . 2.50 

20.25 

8 to 10 ft. 

_ 3.50 

30.00 

CATALPA bignonioides nana 

Umbrella Catalpa 

1 year heads. 

. . . . 1.50 

12.75 

2 year heads. 

. . .. 2.00 

16.50 

speciosa 


Western Catalpa 

8 to 10 ft. 

. . . . 1.35 

11.25 

10 to 12 ft. 

. . . . 1.75 

16.50 

CERCIDIPHYLLUM japonicum 


Katsura Tree 

6 to 8 ft.;. 

. . . . 3.00 


CERCIS canadensis 

Red Bud or Judas Tree 

3 to 4 ft. 


6.75 

CHIONANTHUS virginica 


White Fringe 

3 to 4 ft. 

.. .. 1.00 

9.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

. ... 1.50 

12.75 

5 to 6 ft. 

_ 2.00 

15.00 

CLADRASTIS lutea (virgilia) 


Yellow Wood 

6 to 8 ft. 

.... 2.75 

24.00 

8 to 10 ft. 

. . .. 3.00 

27.75 

10 to 12 ft. 

. .. . 4.00 

37.50 

CORNUS florida 

White Flowering Dogwood 

3 to 4 ft. 

_ 1.50 

12.75 112.50 

4 to 5 ft. 

_ 2.00 

16.50 150.00 

5 to 6 ft. 

. . . . 3.00 

27.75 262.50 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . . 4.50 

41.25 375.00 

8 to 10 ft. 

, . . . 6.00 

48.75 450.00 

10 to 12 ft. 

. . .. 7.50 

60.00 570.00 

florida rubra 

Pink Flo 

wering Dogwood 

2 to 3 ft. 

, 1.75 

16.50 150.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

.. . . 2.50 

24.00 225.00 










































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ADAMS NURSERY, INC. 


CORNUS—florida rubra— continued 

4 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 

6 to 7 ft. 

7 to 8 ft. 

CRATVEGUS cordata 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 

6 to 7 ft. 

oxyacantha albo-plena 
oxyacantha rosea 
oxyacantha splendens 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 

FAGUS americana 

5 to 6 ft. 

6 to 7 ft. 

7 to 8 ft. 

8 to 10 ft. 

svlvatica 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 

sylvatica purpurea riversii 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 


Each 

10 

100 

.$ 4.00 

$ 37.50 

$337.50 

. 5.75 

56.25 

487.50 

. 7.00 

67.00 


. 9.00 

85.00 


Washington 

Thorn 

. 2.25 

20.25 

187.50 

. 2.75 

24.00 

225.00 

. 3.25 

27.75 


. 4.00 

37.50 



White Hawthorn 
Pink Hawthorn 
Paul’s Scarlet Hawthorn 


1.75 

16.50 


2.25 

20.25 


2.75 

24.00 


3.50 
5.00 

7.50 
10.00 

American 

Beech 


European 

Beech 

1.50 

13.50 


2.00 

16.50 


3.00 

24.00 


4.50 

41.25 


Rivers Purple 

Beech 

4.00 

37.50 


6.00 

52.50 


7.50 

67.50 


10.00 

90.00 



FRAXINUS americana American White Ash 


10 to 12 ft. 

. . . 2.25 


12 to 14 ft. 

. . . 3.00 


14 to 16 ft. 

. .. 4.00 


GINKGO biloba 


Maidenhair Tree 

4 to 5 ft. 

. . . 1.75 

15.00 135.00 

5 to 6 ft. 

. . . 2.50 

22.50 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 3.25 

27.75 

8 to 10 ft. 

. . . 4.50 

41.25 

10 to 12 ft. 

. . . 6.00 


GLEDITSIA triacanthos 


Honey Locust 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 1.25 

12.00 

8 to 10 ft. 

. . . 1.75 


HALESIA tetraptera 


Silver Bell 

3 to 4 ft. 

.85 

6.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

. . . 1.00 

7.50 

5 to 6 ft. 

. . . 1.35 

10.00 

KOELREUTERIA paniculata 


Varnish Tree 

4 to 5 ft. 

. . . 1.60 

12.75 

5 to 6 ft. 

. . . 2.00 

16.50 

LARIX europaea 


European Larch 

4 to 6 ft. 

. . . 3.00 


6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 5.00 


8 to 10 ft. 

. . . 6.50 


leptolepis 


Japanese Larch 

8 to 10 ft. 

. .. 6.50 













































SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


19 


LIRIODENDRON tulipifera 

Tulip Tree 

Each 10 100 

6 to 8 ft. 


8 to 10 ft. 

. 2.25 

MAGNOLIA soulangeana 

Saucer Magnolia 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 2.50 $ 24.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 4.25 39.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 5.50 

5 to 6 ft. 

. 7.50 

stellata 

Star Magnolia 

2 to 2Yz ft. 

. 4.50 

2y 2 to 3 ft. 

. 5.50 

MALUS 

Flowering Crabapples 

arnoldiana 

Arnold Crab 

atrosanguinea 

Carmine Crab 

floribunda 

Japanese Flowering Crab 


niedzwetzkyana Redvein Crab 

scheideckeri Scheidecker Crab 


theifera 


Tea Crab 

Prices on above varieties. 



4 to 5 ft. 

. 1.25 

11.25 

5 to 6 ft. 

. 1.75 

15.00 

6 to 8 ft. 

. 2.00 

18.75 

ioensis plena 


Bechtel Crab 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 1.00 

9.00 $ 75.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.35 

12.75 112.50 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 1.75 

16.50 150.00 

5 to 6 ft. 

. 2.50 

24.00 225.00 

sargenti 


Sargent Crab 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.50 

13.50 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 1.75 

16.50 

MORUS alba tatarica 

Russian Mulberry 

6 to 8 ft. 

. 1.75 

15.00 

OXYDENDRUM arboreum 


Sourwood 

2 to 3 ft. 

. 1.25 

9.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.50 

12.75 

4 to 5 ft. 

. 2.00 

16.50 

5 to 6 ft. 

. 2.75 


POPULUS eugenei (monolifera) 


Carolina Poplar 

6 to 8 ft. 

.75 

6.00 

8 to 10 ft. 

. 1.00 

6.75 

10 to 12 ft. 

. 1.25 

9.75 

nigra italica 


Lombardy Poplar 

6 to 8 ft. 

.75 

6.00 52.50 

8 to 10 ft. 

. 1.00 

7.50 67.50 

10 to 12 ft. 

. 1.50 

11.25 

12 to 14 ft. 

. 1.75 

15.00 

PRUNUS bleriana 

Purple Leaf Plum 

Pink double flowers. 



5 to 6 ft. 

. 1.35 

11.25 

kansan 

Japanese Flowering Cherry 

Double deep pink. 



4 to 5 ft. 

_ 1.75 


5 to 6 ft. 

. 2.25 


newport 

Purple Leaf Newport Plum 

4 to 5 ft. 

.... 1.00 

7.50 

5 to 6 ft. 

_ 1.50 

10.50 

6 to 8 ft. 

.... 2.00 






































20 


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verseuvious 

Each 

10 100 

5 to 6 ft. 

. . .$ 1.50 


subhirtella pendula 

Weeping Japan Cherry 

5 to 6 ft., 2 yr. heads. 

. .. 3.50 


QUERCUS alba 


White Oak 

6 to 8 ft. 

... 3.50 

$ 30.00 

8 to 10 ft. 

. . . 4.50 


coccinea 


Scarlet Oak 

5 to 6 ft... 

. . . 2.50 

22.25 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 3.00 

26.25 

8 to 10 ft. 

. . . 5.00 


10 to 12 ft. 

. .. 6.00 


macrocarpa 


Mossy Cup Oak 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 3.50 

26.25 

8 to 10 ft. 

. .. 4.50 

37.50 

nigra 


Water Oak 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 3.50 


8 to 10 ft. 

. . . 4.50 


palustris 


Pin Oak 

6 to 8 ft. 

... 2.00 

16.50 $150.00 

8 to 10 ft., 1% to iy 3 in. caliper 

... 2.50 

20.25 

10 to 12 ft., iy 2 to 1% in. cal.. . 

.. . 3.50 

33.75 

12 to 14 ft., 1% to 2 in. cal. 

. . . 4.50 

41.25 

12 to 14 ft., 2 to 2 x / 2 in. cal. 

. . . 6.00 

56.25 

14 to 16 ft., 2 x / 2 to 3 in. cal. 

. . . 7.50 

67.50 

16 to 18 ft., 3 to 3 y 2 in. cal. 

. . . 12.00 

112.50 

rubra 


Red Oak 

6 to 8 ft. 

.. . 3.00 

24.00 225.00 

8 to 10 ft., 1% to iy 2 in .caliper 

... 4.00 

33.75 

10 to 12 ft., U/o to 1% in. cal.. . 

. . . 5.50 

52.50 

10 to 12 ft., 1 % to 2 in. cal. 

. . . 6.50 

60.00 

12 to 14 ft., 2 to 2y 2 in. cal. 

.. . 8.00 

75.00 

ROBINIA globosa 


Globe Locust 

6 to 8 ft. standards. 

.. . 3.50 

30.00 

SALIX babylonica 

Babylon 

Weeping Willow 

6 to 8 ft. 

... 1.50 

10.50 

8 to 10 ft. 

... 2.00 

15.00 135.00 

10 to 12 ft. 

... 2.75 

20.25 187.50 

blanda 

Wisconsin Weeping Willow 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 1.50 

10.50 

8 to 10 ft. 

. . . 2.00 

15.00 135.00 

10 to 12 ft. 

. . . 2.75 

20.25 187.50 

britzensis 

Bronze Bark Willow 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 1.50 

10.50 

8 to 10 ft. 

... 2.00 

15.00 

caprea 


Pussy Willow 

4 to 5 ft. 

.75 

5.25 

5 to 6 ft. 

. . . 1.00 

6.75 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 1.25 

9.00 

elegantissima 

Thurlow’s 

Weeping Willow 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 1.50 

10.50 

8 to 10 ft.. 

... 2.00 

15.00 135.00 

10 to 12 ft. 

. .. 2.75 

20.25 187.50 

niobe 

Niobe 

Weeping Willow 

6 to 8 ft. 

. . . 1.50 

10.50 90.00 










































SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


21 


SALIX —continued 


pentandra Laurel Leaf Willow 

Each 10 100 

4 to 5 ft.$ .75 $ 6.00 $ 52.50 

5 to 6 ft. 1.00 7.50 

6 to 8 ft. 1.50 11.25 

vitellina Golden Bark Willow 

6 to 8 ft. 1.50 11.25 

8 to 10 ft. 2.00 15.00 


SOPHORA japonica 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 

6 to 8 ft. 

8 to 10 ft. 


SORBUS 

4 to 5 

5 to 6 

6 to 8 


americana 

ft. 

ft. 

ft. 


aucupana 

6 to 8 ft. 

8 to 10 ft. 

10 to 12 ft. 

aucuparia pendula 

4 year. 

SYRINGA japonica 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 

TILIA americana 

8 to 10 ft. 

cordata 

6 to 8 ft. 

8 to 10 ft. 

10 to 12 ft. 

12 to 14 ft. 

14 to 16 ft. 

platyphyllos 

6 to 8 ft. 

8 to 10 ft. 

10 to 12 ft. 

12 to 14 ft. 

14 to 16 ft. 

vulgaris 

6 to 8 ft. 

8 to 10 ft. 

10 to 12 ft., 1 y 3 to 2 in. cal. 


Chinese Scholar Tree 
.... 1.25 9.75 

.... 1.50 12.75 

.... 2.00 

.... 2.50 

_ 3.00 

American Mountain Ash 

_ 2.00 16.50 150.00 

_ 2.25 20.25 187.50 

. 3.00 27.75 

European Mountain Ash 

. 2.00 16.50 150.00 

_ 2.75 20.25 187.50 

. 3.25 30.00 

Weeping Mountain Ash 
. 5.00 

Japanese Tree Lilac 

. 1.00 6.75 

. 1.50 9.00 

. 2.00 

American Linden 

. 2.00 

Little Leaf European Linden 


2.50 

3.50 
4.00 

4.50 

6.00 


24.00 

31.50 

37.50 
41.25 

52.50 


2.25 

3.25 

4.25 
5.50 
7.00 

2.00 

3.00 

4.25 


Broad-Leaf 
18.75 
28.50 


375.00 

495.00 

Linden 


12 to 14 ft., 2 to 2V 3 in. cal. 5.50 


14 to 16 ft. 
ULMUS 


2Vs to 3 in. cal. 


americana 

8 to 10 ft. 

10 to 12 ft., 1V 2 to 1% in. caliper. 

12 to 14 ft., 1% to 2 in. cal. 

14 to 16 ft., 2 to 2% in. cal. 

16 to 18 ft., 2y s to 3 in. 

16 to 18 ft., 3 to 3Va in. 

18 to 20 ft., 3% to 4 in. 

20 to 25 ft., 4 to 4% in. 

20 to 25 ft., 4y 2 to 5 in. 


European Linden 

16.50 
24.00 

37.50 
48.75 

67.50 

American Elm 


7.50 

American 

1.25 10.50 90.00 

1.75 12.75 112.50 

2.60 24.00 225.00 

3.50 33.75 300.00 

cal. 5.50 48.75 450.00 

cal. 7.50 63.75 600.00 

cal. 10.00 75.00 675.00 

cal. 15.00 

cal. 20.00 














































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ULMUS —continued Moline Elm 


americana molini 

Each 

10 

100 

8 to 10 ft. 

.$ 1.50 

$ 13.50 


10 to 12 ft. 

. 2.25 

19.50 


12 to 14 ft., iy 2 to 2 in. caliper... 

. 2.75 

24.00 


14 to 16 ft., 2 to 2V 2 in. cal. 

. 4.00 

37.50 


16 to 18 ft., 2 x / 2 to 3 in. cal. 

. 5.00 

45.00 


18 to 20 ft., 3 to 3 x / 2 in. cal. 

. 7.50 

56.25 

$525.00 

americana vase-shaped 


Vase Elm 

8 to 10 ft. 

. 1.50 

13.50 


10 to 12 ft. 

. 2.00 

19.50 


12 to 14 ft., 1 y 2 to 2 in. caliper... 

. 2.75 

24.00 


14 to 16 ft., 1 y 2 to 2 in. cal. 

. 3.75 

33.75 


16 to 18 ft., 2 to 2 x / 2 in. cal. 

. 4.50 

41.25 


18 to 20 ft., 2V 2 to 3 in. cal. 

. 6.00 

56.25 

525.00 

wheatley hybrid 


Wheatley Elm 

8 to 10 ft. 

. 2.50 



10 to 12 ft. 

3.50 



pumila 

Chinese 

or Sibet 

ian Elm 

5 to 6 ft. 

. 1.25 

10.50 

90.00 

6 to 8 ft. 

. 1.50 

12.75 

112.50 

8 to 10 ft. 

. 2.00 

16.50 


10 to 12 ft. 

. 2.75 

24.00 


12 to 14 ft., iy 2 to 1% in. caliper. 

. 3.50 

30.00 


12 to 14 ft., 1% to 2 in. cal. 

. 4.50 

37.50 


14 to 16 ft., 2 to 2 x / 2 in. cal. 

. 6.00 

54.00 


16 to 18 ft., 2V 2 to 3 in. cal. 

. 7.50 

60.00 


18 to 20 ft., 3 to 3V 2 in. cal. 

. 9.00 

80.00 


20 to 22 ft., 3V 2 to 4 in. cal. 

. 10.00 

90.00 


20 to 25 ft., 4 to 6 in. cal. 

. 15.00 to 35.00 

each 



NORWAY MAPLE 
One of the best city street trees 


Adams Plants are guaranteed. 
Common Names will be found on page 4. 




























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23 


TPeclduoui lihtultl 


ACANTHOPANAX pentaphylla 


Five Leaf Aralia 


Each 

10 100 

2 to 3 ft. 

. ..$ .50 

$ 3.15 $ 27.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

.60 

4.50 37.50 

4 to 5 ft. 


6.00 52.50 

ALTHEA stf* HIBISCUS 



AMELANCHIER canadensis 


Downy Shadblow 

2 to 3 ft. 


6.75 

3 to 4 ft. 


9.00 

ARONIA arbutifolia 


Red Chokeberry 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

4.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

.75 

6.75 

melanocarpa 


Black Chokeberry 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

4.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

.75 

6.00 

AZALEA arborescens 


Sweet Azalea 

15 to 18 in. 

. . 1.50 

12.75 

18 to 24 in. 

.. 2.00 


2 to 2y 3 ft. 

. . 2.50 


2% to 3 ft. 

. . 3.00 


calendulacea (lutea) 


Flame Azalea 

15 to 18 in. 

. . 1.50 

12.75 

18 to 24 in. 

. . 2.00 

16.50 

2 to 2Yz ft. 

.. 2.50 

20.25 187.50 

2VS to 3 ft. 

. . 3.25 

27.75 262.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

. . 4.00 

33.75 

canescens 


Piedmont Azalea 

15 to 18 in. 

.. 1.50 

12.75 

18 to 24 in. 

.. 2.00 

16.50 

2 to 3 ft. 

. . 2.50 

20.25 187.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

. . 3.50 

26.25 

kaempferi 


Torch Azalea 

18 to 24 in. 

.. 2.50 

20.25 

mollis 


Chinese Azalea 

15 to 18 in. 

.. 2.00 

16.50 

18 to 24 in. 

.. 2.50 

% 20.25 

nudiflora 


Pinxter Azalea 

15 to 18 in. 

.. 1.50 

9.00 

18 to 24 in. 

.. 2.00 

12.75 

pontica 


Ghent Azalea 

2 to 3 ft. 

.. 3.50 

32.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

. . 4.50 

42.50 

poukhanensis 


Korean Azalea 

15 to 18 in. 

. . 1.75 


18 to 24 in. 

.. 2.25 


2 to 2% ft. 

. . 3.00 


vaseyi 


Pinks hell Azalea 

15 to 18 in. 

.. 2.00 

16.50 

18 to 24 in. 

.. 2.50 

19.50 

2 to 2y 2 ft. 

.. 3.50 

24.00 

2 V 2 to 3 ft. 

. . 4.00 

33.75 






































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AZALEA —continued 


viscosa Swamp Azalea 

Each 10 100 

18 to 24 in.$ 1.50 $ 12.75 

2 to 3 ft. 2.00 17.25 

3 to 4 ft. 3.00 


yodogawa Yodogawa Azalea 

15 to 18 in. 2.25 21.00 

18 to 24 in. 2.50 24.00 


BENZOIN aestivale 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 


Spice Bush 
.60 3.75 

.75 5.25 


BERBERIS 

Koreana 

New hardy species from 
Blotched large leaves, 
ous red fall coloring, 
clusters of red berries. 


Barberry 
Korean Barberry 

Korea. 

Gorge- 

Large 


12 

to 

15 

in. 

.40 

3.75 

$ 30.00 

15 

to 

18 

in. 

.50 

4.50 

37.50 

18 

to 

24 

in. 

.60 

5.25 

45.00 


Mentorensis 

(Plant Patent No. 99) 

Upright growth, nearly evergreen 
vigorous grower. 


12 to 15 in.50 

15 to 18 in.55 

18 to 24 in.70 

2 to 2V 2 ft.90 


3.50 27.00 

3.80 30.00 

5.00 37.50 

6.00 45.00 


Thunbergi Japanese Barberry 


12 to 15 in. ($100.00 per 1,000).... 

.20 

1.65 

12.00 

15 to 18 in. ($120.00 per 1,000)_ 

.25 

2.10 

15.00 

18 to 24 in. ($135.00 per 1,000) .... 

.30 

2.40 

18.00 

24 to 30 in. 

.35 

3.00 

24.00 


thunbergi atropurpurea Red-Leaved Barberry 


12 

to 

15 

in. 

.25 

1.95 

15.00 

15 

to 

18 

in. 

.35 

2.70 

22.50 

18 

to 

24 

in. 

.45 

3.75 

30.00 

24 

to 

30 

in. 

.50 

4.50 

37.50 


thunbergi erecta 

(U. S. Plant Patent No. 110 
Propagation Rights Reserved) 

9 to 12 in. ($120.00 per 1,000)_ 

12 to 15 in. ($150.00 per 1,000)_ 

15 to 18 in. ($180.00 per 1,000)_ 

18 to 24 in. ($225.00 per 1,000)_ 

24 to 30 in. ($300.00 per 1,000)_ 

30 to 36 in. 

36 to 42 in. 


Truehedge Columnberry 


.25 

2.00 

14.25 

.30 

2.50 

17.25 

.35 

2.80 

20.25 

.45 

3.30 

25.50 

.55 

4.50 

33.75 

.75 

6.00 

49.50 

.90 

7.50 

60.00 


thunbergi minor 
9 to 12 in.... 
12 to 15 in.. . 


Box Barberry 
.35 2.70 22.50 

.50 3.75 30.00 


BUDDLEIA alternifolia 

18 to 24 in. 

2 t-o 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

davidi magnifica 

Strong plants. 


Chinese Butterfly Bush 
.35 2.70 24.00 

.50 3.75 30.00 

.60 4.50 37.50 

Ox Eye Butterfly Bush 
.35 2.25 18.00 

































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25 


BUDDLEIA— continued 
lie de France 

Strong plants. 

Charming 

New pink variety. 

CALYCANTHUS floridus 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

CARAGANA arborescens 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

CLETHRA alnifolia 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2 x /z ft. 

CORNUS alba (siberica) 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

elegantissima 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

mascula 

3 to 4 ft. 

paniculata 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

stolonifera flaviramea 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

COTONEASTER acutifolia 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

dielsiana 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

divaricata 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

horizontalis 

5 in. pots, 6 to 9 in. spread. . 
5 in. pots, 9 to 12 in. spread. 
7 in. pots, 15 to 18 in. spread 

CYDONIA japonica 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

japonica rubra 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 


Each 

10 100 

. .$ .40 

$ 3.00 $ 22.50 

.60 

5.25 45.00 


Sweet Shrub 


3.75 


4.50 


Siberian Pea Tree 


2.55 


3.15 


4.50 


Summer Sweet 

.50 

4.50 37.50 


6.00 52.50 

Tartarian Dogwood 

.35 

2.55 21.00 


3.15 27.00 

.65 

4.50 37.50 

Variegated Dogwood 


4.50 37.50 

.75 

6.00 52.50 

.90 

6.75 


Cornelian Cherry 

. 1.35 

12.75 


Gray Dogwood 

.50 

3.75 30.00 

. .70 

5.25 45.00 

Golden Twig Dogwood 

.50 

3.15 

.65 

4.50 

.75 

6.00 

Pekin Cotoneaster 

.60 

5.25 

. .75 

6.75 


Diels Cotoneaster 

. .75 

6.75 

.90 

8.25 

Spreading Cotoneaster 

.75 

6.75 

. 1.00 

9.00 75.00 

. 1.35 

12.75 112.50 


Rock Cotoneaster 

.75 

6.00 52.50 

.90 

8.25 75.00 

. 1.10 

9.00 

Flowering Quince 

.40 

2.70 22.50 

.50 

3.75 30.00 

.60 

5.25 45.00 

Scarlet Flowering Quince 

.60 

5.25 45.00 

.75 

6.75 60.00 






































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DAPHNE mezereum February Daphne 


12 to 15 in. 
15 to 18 in. 
18 to 24 in. 
24 to 30 in. 


Each 
....$ .50 

.75 

_ 1.00 

. . . . 1.25 

10 100 
$ 4.50 

5.25 

6.75 

9.75 

DEUTZIA gracilis 

12 to 18 in. 

18 to 24 in. 

.50 

Slender Deutzia 
2.85 

4.12 

lemoinei 

18 to 24 in. 
2 to 3 ft.. . 


.35 

.45 

Lemoine Deutzia 
2.70 $ 24.00 
3.75 33.00 

scabra 

2 to 3 ft... 

3 to 4 ft.. . 


Pride of Rochester 

.35 2.55 21.00 

.40 3.15 27.00 

DESMODIUM 

2 years.... 

formosum 

.50 

Sweet Pea Shrub 
3.75 33.00 

ENKIANTHUS 
18 to 24 in. 

campanulatus 

Red 

_ 1.25 

Vein Enkianthus 
9.00 

2 to 2V 2 ft. 
2V 2 to 3 ft. 


. . .. 1.50 
. . . . 1.75 

11.25 

16.50 

EUONYMUS 

3 to 4 ft... 

4 to 5 ft.. . 

5 to 6 ft.. . 

alatus 

Winged Euonymus 

_ 1.00 9.00 

. . .. 1.25 10.50 

. . .. 1.50 12.75 


alatus compacta 

Dwarf Winged Euonymus 

2 to 2V 2 ft. 

.75 

6.75 60.00 

2V Z to 3 ft. 

. 1.00 

9.00 75.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.25 

10.50 90.00 

yedoensis 


Yeddo Euonymus 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

4.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

.75 

5.25 

4 to 5 ft. 

.90 

6.75 

EXOCHORDA grandiflora 


Pearl Bush 

2 to 3 ft. 

.45 

3.75 

3 to 4 ft. 

.•.60 

4.50 

4 to 5 ft. 

.75 

6.00 

FORSYTHIA intermedia 


Golden Bell 

2 to 3 ft. 

.40 

2.55 21.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

.50 

3.15 27.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

.60 

3.75 33.00 

intermedia spectabilis 

Showy Border Forsythia 

2 to 3 ft. 

.40 

2.55 21.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

.50 

3.15 27.00 

4 to 5 ft. 

.60 

4.50 37.50 


suspensa Weeping Forsythia 

2 to 3 ft.40 2.55 21.00 

3 to 4 ft.50 3.15 27.00 


suspensa fortune! Fortune’s Forsythia 


2 

to 

3 

ft. 


2.55 

21.00 

3 

to 

4 

ft. 

.50 

3.15 

27.00 

4 

to 

5 

ft. 


4.50 

37.50 

5 

to 

6 

ft. 


5.25 


HAMAMELIS virginiana 


Witch 

Hazel 

2 

to 

3 

ft. 


6.75 


3 

to 

4 

ft. 


8.25 


4 

to 

5 

ft. 


11.25 












































SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


or 

-v I 


HAMAMELIS— continued 


vernalis Vernal Witch Hazel 

Each 10 100 

2 to 3 ft.$ .85 $ 6.75 

3 to 4 ft. 1.00 8.25 

4 to 5 ft. 1.25 11.25 


HIBISCUS syriacus (Rose of Sharon) Althea 

Anemonaeflorus. Double rose. 

Ardens. Violet. 

Banner. White, red center. 

Boule de Feu. Red. 

Jean d’Arc. White double. 

Lady Stanley. White, shaded rose. 

Lucy. Double red. 

purpurea semi-plena. Purple semi-double, 
rubis. Single red. 
single pink. Single pink, 
totus alba. Single white. 

Prices on above varieties. 


2 to 3 ft.35 2.55 

3 to 4 ft.50 3.15 

Standards, 3 to 4 ft.75 5.25 

Standards, 4 to 5 ft. 1.00 6.75 

coelestis. Single blue. 

2 to 3 ft.65 4.50 


HYDRANGEA arborescens 
18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 



Snow Hill 

.40 

2.55 

$ 21.00 

.50 

3.15 

27.00 

.60 

4.50 



paniculata grandiflora 

2 to 3 ft....,. 

3 to 4 ft. 

Tree Form 

4 to 5 ft. 

5 to 6 ft. 


Pee 

Gee Hydrangea 

.50 

3.75 

30.00 

.65 

4.95 

42.00 

1.25 

12.00 


1.50 

14.25 



HYPERICUM densiflorum 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 2% ft. 


St. Johnswort 
.45 3.75 33.00 

.60 4.50 39.00 


ILEX verticillata 

1 Vz to 2 ft... 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 



Winterberry 

.50 

3.75 

30.00 

.60 

5.25 

45.00 

.75 

6.75 

60.00 

1.00 

8.25 



verticillata polycarpa 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 


Improved Winterberry 
.85 7.50 67.50 

1.00 8.25 


KERRIA japonica flore-plena 

2 to 3 ft. 


Double Kerria 
.75 6.75 


KOLKWITZIA amabilis 
18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 



Beauty Bush 

.50 

3.75 

30.00 

.60 

5.25 

45.00 

.75 

6.75 

60.00 


LIGUSTRUM amurense 

1% to 2 ft. ($ 52.50 per 1,000)_ 

2 to 3 ft. ($ 75.00 per 1,000) 

3 to 4 ft. ($112.50 per 1,000)_ 



Amur 

Privet 

.15 

.75 

6.75 

.20 

1.50 

11.25 

.30 

2.10 

15.00 































28 


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LIGUSTRUM —continued 


ibolium 


Ibolium Privet 


Each 

10 

100 

lVz to 2 ft. ($52.50 per 1,000). 

...$ .15 

$ .75 

$ 6.00 

2 to 3 ft. ($ 75.00 per 1,000) . 

.20 

1.35 

9.00 

3 to 4 ft. ($112.50 per 1,000) . 

.30 

1.50 

12.00 

ibota 


Ibota Privet 

iy 2 to 2 ft. 

. . . .25 

1.80 

12.00 

2 to 3 ft. ($150.00 per 1,000). . . 


2.25 

18.00 

3 to 4 ft. ($180.00 per 1,000) . . . 

.40 

3.00 

24.00 

4 to 5 ft. 


3.50 

30.00 

ibota regelianum 


Regal Privet 

12 to 18 in. 

.30 

2.55 

22.50 

iy 2 to 2 ft. 

.40 

3.75 

30.00 

2 to 2Yz ft. 

.50 

4.87 

45.00 

ovalifolium 


California Privet 

iy 3 to 2 ft. ($45.00 per 1,000) . . 

.10 

.75 

6.00 

2 to 3 ft. ($67.50 per 1,000) . . 

.15 

1.00 

7.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

.20 

1.25 

10.50 


LILAC, see SYRINGA 
LINDERA, see BENZOIN 

LONICERA bella albida White Bell-Honeysuckle 

2 to 3 ft.40 2.70 22.50 

3 to 4 ft.50 3.15 27.00 

4 to 5 ft.60 4.50 


fragrantissima Winter Honeysuckle 

2 to 3 ft.40 2.70 22.50 

3 to 4 ft.50 3.75 30.00 


korolkowi Blue Leaf Honeysuckle 

18 to 24 in.45 3.75 

2 to 3 ft.60 5.25 


maacki Amur Honeysuckle 

2 to 3 ft.50 4.50 

3 to 4 ft.65 5.25 


morrowi Morrow Honeysuckle 

2 to 3 ft.40 3.00 22.50 

3 to 4 ft.50 3.75 30.00 

ruprechtiana Manchurian Honeysuckle 

2 to 3 ft.40 2.55 21.00 

3 to 4 ft.50 3.15 27.00 


syringantha wolfi Lilac Honeysuckle 

‘ 18 to 24 in.60 5.25 

2 to 3 ft.80 7.50 


tatarica Tatarian Honeysuckle 

2 to 3 ft.40 2.85 22.50 

3 to 4 ft.50 3.75 30.00 


tatarica alba White Tatarian Honeysuckle 

2 to 3 ft.40 2.55 21.00 

3 to 4 ft.50 3.15 27.00 


tatarica grandiflora rosea 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

MYRICA caroliniensis 

15 to 18 in. 

18 to 24 in. 

PHILADELPHUS argentine 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 


Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle 
.40 2.55 21.00 

.50 

3.15 27.00 

.60 

Bayberry 

5.25 

.80 

7.50 

.40 

Double Syringa 
3.00 

.50 

4.12 





































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PHILADELPHUS —continued 


coronarius 


Mock Orange 


Each 

10 100 

2 to 3 ft. 


$ 2.55 $ 21.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

.45 

3.15 27.00 

4 to 5 ft. 


4.50 37.50 

coronarius aurea 

Golden Leaf Syringa 

12 to 15 in. 

.40 

3.00 27.00 

15 to 18 in. 


4.50 37.50 

glacier 


Double Syringa 

2 to 3 ft. 

.40 

3.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

.50 

4.50 

grandiflorus 

Big 

Scentless Syringa 

2 to 3 ft. 

.35 

2.55 21.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

.40 

3.15 27.00 

4 to 5 ft... 

.50 

4.50 37.50 

lemoine 


Lemoine Syringa 

2 to 3 ft. 

.40 

3.15 27.00 

3 to 4 ft. 


4.50 

virginalis 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

4.50 37.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

.75 

6.00 

PHOTINIA villosa 

Red Berried Photinia 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

5.25 45.00 

PHYSOCARPUS opulifolia 


Ninebark 

3 to 4 ft. 

.40 

3.15 

4 to 5 ft. 

.50 

4.50 37.50 

opulifolia aurea 

Golden Leal Ninebark 

3 to 4 ft. 

.40 

3.15 

4 to 5 ft. 


4.50 

opulifolia nana 


Dwarf Ninebark 

2 to 3 ft. 

.40 

3.15 

3 to 4 ft. 

.50 

4.50 

PRUNUS glandulosa rosea 

Double Pink Almond 

18 to 24 in. 

.45 

3.00 27.00 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

4.50 37.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

.75 

6.00 

glandulosa sinensis 

Double White Almond 

18 to 24 in . 

.45 

3.00 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

4.50 37.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

.75 

6.00 

tomentosa 


Nanking Cherry 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 


3 to 4 ft. 

.75 


4 to 5 ft. 

. 1.00 


triloba 


Flowering Plum 

2 to 3 ft. 

.75 

6.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

.90 

7.50 

RHODOTYPOS kerriodes 


Jetbead 

2 to 3 ft. 


4.50 37.50 

3 to 4 ft. 

.60 

5.25 45.00 

RHUS canadensis 


Fragrant Sumac 

2 to 3 ft. 

.65 

5.25 

3 to 4 ft. 

.90 

7.50 

copallina 


Shining Sumac 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

5.25 

3 to 4 ft. 

.75 

6.75 








































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RHUS —continued 


cotinus 


Smoke Bush 


Eacli 

10 100 

2 to 3 ft. 

.$ 1.00 

$ 9.00 $ 75.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

. 1.35 

12.75 

ROBINIA hispida 


Rose Acacia 

4 to 5 ft. grafted trees. 

. 1.75 

16.50 

ROSA hugonis 

Golden Rose of China 

2 to 3 ft. 

.65 

5.25 45.00 

rugosa 


Rugosa Rose 

iy 3 to 2 ft. 

.50 

3.75 30.00 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

5.25 45.00 

rugosa alba 

White Rugosa Rose 

iy 2 to 2 ft. 

.60 

5.25 

2 to 3 ft. 

.75 

6.75 


RUBUS odoratus 

2 to 3 ft_ 


Flowering Raspberry 
.50 4.25 


SAMBUCUS nigra aurea 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 


Golden Elder 
.45 2.85 

.60 3.75 


SPIRAEA arguta 

18 to 24 in.., 
2 to 3 ft. 


Garland Spirea 
.30 2.55 20.25 

.40 3.00 24.00 


bumalda 
15 to 18 in 


Bumalda Spirea 
.30 2.25 


bumalda anthony waterer 

12 to 15 in. 

15 to 18 in. 

18 to 24 in. 

bumalda froebeli 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

opulifolia, se* PHYSOCARPUS 

prunifolia 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

thunbergi 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

trichocarpa 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

vanhouttei 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 


Anthony Waterer Spirea 

.25 

1.95 

15.00 

.30 

2.25 

18.00 

.35 

2.85 



Froebel Spirea 

.35 

2.25 

18.00 

.45 

3.45 

27.00 


Bridal Wreath 

.50 

4.50 

37.50 

.65 

6.00 

52.50 


Thunberg Spirea 

.35 

2.55 

21.00 

.50 

3.15 

27.00 

.65 

4.50 

37.50 


Korean Spirea 

.40 

3.00 


.50 

3.75 

30.00 

Van Houtte Spirea 

.30 

2.25 

18.00 

.40 

3.15 

24.00 

.50 

3.75 

30.00 


STE PH ANANDR A flexuosa 

2 to 3 ft.. 


Cut Leaf Stephanandra 
.50 3.45 


SYMPHORICARPOS chenaulti Chenault Coralberry 

2 to 3 ft.40 2.55 21.00 

3 to 4 ft.50 3.15 

racemosus Snowberry 

2 to 3 ft.40 2.55 21.00 




































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SYMPHORICARPOS— continued 
vulgaris 


2 to 3 ft.. . 

3 to 4 ft.. . 

SYMPLOCOS 

18 to 24 in. 
2 to 3 ft.. . 

SYRINGA 


paniculata 


Each 
,$ .40 

.50 


.75 

1.00 


Coralberry 
10 100 

$ 2.55 $ 21.00 
3.15 27.00 

Asiatic Sweetleaf 
6.00 
7.50 


Single-flowered Varieties 
Bleuatre. Deep powder blue. 

Charles X. Reddish purple. 

Comte De Montebello. Light blue. 

Congo. Wine red. 

Dr. Von Regal. Lilac, with pinkish bud. 
Jan Van Tol. White. 

Justi. Early blue. 

Lucy Baltet. Coppery old rose. 

Marie Legraye. White 
Mme. F. Morel. Light mauve. 

Monge. Light red. 

Mont Blanc. White. 

Reaumur. Subdued rose red. 

Rubra De Marly. Purple. 

Souv. Ludwig Spaeth. Dark red. 

Double Flowering Varieties 
Alphonse Lavalle. Light blue. 

Belle De Nancy. Satiny pink. 

Charles Joly. Dark purplish red. 

Charles Sargent. Violet blue. 

Ellen Willmott. White. 

Katherine Havemeyer. Deep blue. 

Michel Buchner. Lilac purple. 

Mme. Casimir Perier. White. 

Mme. Lemoine. White. 

Pres. Falliers. Pink. 

Pres. Grevy. Blue. 

Pres. Poincare. Purplish red. 

Pres. Viger. Large purple. 

18 to 24 in.65 

2 to 3 ft.75 

3 to 4 ft. 1.00 


chinensis (rothomagensis) 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

4 to 5 ft. 

japonica, see TREES 
josikaea 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

persica 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

persica alba 

18 to 24 in. 

2 to 3 ft. 

villosa 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 


.60 

.75 

.90 


.50 

.70 

.45 

.60 

.75 


Lilac 


Chinese Lilac 
5.10 

6.75 60.00 

8.25 


Hungarian Lilac 
4.50 
6.00 

Persian Lilac 
4.12 

5.25 45.00 

6.75 


White Persian Lilac 


.75 

.85 

.60 

.75 


6.60 

7.50 


52.50 

60.00 


Late Lilac 
5.25 45.00 

6.00 





















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STRING A —continued 

vulgaris Common Purple Lilac 

Each 10 100 

18 to 24 in .$ .30 $ 2.55 $ 21.00 

2 to 3 ft.45 3.15 27.00 

3 to 4 ft.60 4.50 37.50 


vulgaris alba Common White Lilac 


18 to 24 in. 


4.50 

37.50 

2 to 3 ft. 

.60 

5.25 

45.00 

3 to 4 ft. 

.75 

6.75 

60.00 

TAMARIX amurensis 


Amur 

Tamarix 

2 to 3 ft. 

.40 

2.85 


3 to 4 ft. 

.50 

3.75 



VACCINIUM corymbosum Highbush Blueberry 

18 to 24 in. 1.00 8.50 

2 to 3 ft. 1.50 12.50 


CULTIVATED VARIETIES OF BLUEBERRIES 


Cabot. Large, fine flavored berries, ripe late June. 


12 to 18 in.. . 

. 1.00 

9.50 

90.00 

Concord. Berries extra large, fine flavor. 

July. 


18 to 24 in.. . 

. 1.50 

13.50 

125.00 

Pioneer. Large 

berries, ripening midseason. 


12 to 18 in.. . 

. 1.00 

9.50 

90.00 

18 to 24 in.. . 

. 1.50 

13.50 

125.00 

Rancocas. Tall, 

excellent producer. Midseason. 


12 to 18 in.. . 

. 1.00 

9.50 

90.00 

Rubel. Vigorous, produces large berries in early July. 

12 to 18 in.. . 

. 1.00 

9.50 

90.00 

18 to 24 in.. . 

. 1.50 

13.50 

125.00 


VIBURNUM americanum 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 


American Cranberry 
.60 4.50 

.75 6.00 


carlesi May-Flowering Viburnum 

18 to 24 in. 1.25 

2 to 2Vg ft. 1.50 

2V Z to 3 ft. 2.00 

3 to 4 ft. 2.50 

4 to 5 ft. 3.50 

cassinoides Withe-Rod 

2 to 3 ft.80 7.50 

dentatum Arrow Wood 

2 to 3 ft.45 3.75 33.00 

3 to 4 ft.60 5.25 45.00 

4 to 5 ft.75 6.75 60.00 

5 to 6 ft. 1.00 9.00 75.00 

lantana Wayfaring Tree 

18 to 24 in.40 3.15 

2 to 3 ft.50 3.75 

3 to 4 ft.70 5.25 45.00 

4 to 5 ft.85 6.75 60.00 

lentago Nannyberry 

3 to 4 ft. 1.25 10.50 

4 to 5 ft. 1.50 12.75 

opulus European Cranberry Bush 

2 to 3 ft.60 4.95 

3 to 4 ft.75 6.00 







































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VIBURNUM —continued 


opulus nanum 

6 to 9 in . 

9 to 12 in . 

12 to 15 in . 

Dwarf Viburnum 
Each 10 100 

.$ .50 $ 4.50 $ 37.50 

.60 5.25 

.70 6.00 

opulus sterile 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

Common Snowball 
.50 4.00 

tomentosum 

2 to 3 ft. 

Single Japanese Snowball 
.60 5.25 

tomentosum plicatum 

2 to 3 ft. 

Double Japanese Snowball 
.75 6.75 

WEIGELA Candida 

2 to 3 ft. 

Snow Weigela 
.35 2.55 

Eva Rathke 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

Eva Rathke Weigela 

.50 3.75 

.60 5.10 

rosea 

2 to 3 ft. 

3 to 4 ft. 

Pink Weigela 

.40 3.15 

rosea variegata 

2 to 3 ft. 

Variegated Weigela 
.40 3.15 

ZANTHORHIZA apiifolia 

10 to 12 in . 

Yellow-Root 
.40 3.00 


Service Department 

Adams Landscape Service includes personal consulta¬ 
tion on your grounds by competent trained men whose 
only desire is to create beauty and a satisfied customer. 
You can place confidence in their suggestions as thou¬ 
sands of others have done before. Telephone for an ap¬ 
pointment. Suggestions and estimates submitted without 
any cost to you. 



Phones 

Westfield 863 Springfield 6-0443 


Adams Deciduous Shrubs are guaranteed. 
Common Names will be found on page 4. 


















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l/inei and & Limiting Plant* 


ACTINIDIA arguta 


Bower Actinidia 
Each 10 100 


3 yrs.$ .50 $ 4.50 

AMPELOPSIS quinquefolia 

2 yrs.35 

3 yrs.40 


Virginia Creeper 
2.25 $ 15.00 
2.70 22.50 


quinquefolia engelmanni 

2 yrs. 

3 yrs. 

tricuspidata lowi 

3 in. pots. 

4 in. pots. 

5 in. pots. 

tricuspidata (veitchi) 

2 yrs. 

3 yrs. 

Potted plants. 

ARISTOLOCHIA sipho 

18 to 24 in. canes. 

2 to 3 ft. canes. 

3 to 4 ft. canes. 1.00 

BIGNONIA radicans 

2 yrs.30 

3 yrs.40 

BOSTON IVY, see AMPELOPSIS TRICUSPIDATA 

CELASTRUS orbiculatus Oriental Bittersweet 

3 yrs.50 3.75 30.00 


.35 

.40 

.50 

.65 

.75 

.40 

.50 

.75 

.65 

.90 


Engelmann Ivy 
2.10 15.00 

2.70 22.50 

Geranium Ivy 
4.80 45.00 

6.00 54.00 

6.75 63.00 

Japan Creeper 
2.70 22.50 

3.75 30.00 

6.00 54.00 

Dutchman’s Pipe 


5.25 

8.25 
9.75 


45.00 

67.50 

90.00 


Trumpet Vine 
2.25 18.00 

3.00 22.50 


scandens Common Bittersweet 

3 yrs.50 3.75 30.00 


CLEMATIS paniculata Sweet Autumn Clematis 

3 yrs.50 3.50 30.00 

Potted plants.75 6.00 

HYBRID LARGE-FLOWERING VARIETIES 


Henryii. White. 

Jackmani. Violet purple. 

Mme. Edouard Andre. Red. 

2 yrs.75 6.00 52.50 

EUONYMUS, see EVERGREEN SHRUBS 

HEDERA helix baltica English Ivy 

Potted plants.35 2.70 22.50 


HYDRANGEA petiolaris 

4 in. pots, 12 to 15 in. 

6 in. pots, 2V 2 to 3 ft. 

7 in. pots, 3 to 4 ft. 

HYDRANGEA schlizophragma 
4 in. pots. 


Climbing Hydrangea 


1.00 

9.00 

84.00 

2.00 

18.00 

165.00 

2.50 

24.00 


1.00 

9.50 

90.00 


LONICERA heckrotti Golden Flame Honeysuckle 

New, everblooming, fragrant, 
perfectly hardy. Flowers red 
outside, yellow inside, on 
curved petals. 

2 year plants.... 


.60 


5.25 


45.00 





























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35 


LONICERA —continued 
japonica halleana 

2 yrs. 

Potted plants. 

Japanese Honeysuckle 
Each 10 100 

.$ .35 $ 3.00 $ 22.50 

.65 6.00 

sempervirens 

2 yrs. 

Scarlet Trumpet Honeysuckle 
.40 3.00 22.50 

sempervirens magnifica 

2 yrs. 

New Coral Honeysuckle 
.65 6.00 52.50 

tellmanniana 

Golden Giant Honeysuckle 
.50 4.50 37.50 

LYCIUM chinense 

2 yrs. 

Matrimony Vine 

POLYGONUM auberti 

2 yrs. 

Silver Lace Vine 

WISTERIA sinensis 

2 year layers. 

3 year layers. 

4 year layers, heavy. . . . 

Purple Chinese Wisteria 

.60 5.25 45.00 

.85 7.50 

. 1.50 

sinensis alba 

2 vear layers.. 

White Chinese Wisteria 
.75 7.00 


Display Gardens 

We cordially invite you to visit our Display Gardens 
where we have arranged hundreds of different varieties. 

A living catalogue of “Better Plants for New Eng¬ 
land.” Here you may study and compare the better hardy 
plants. The Rock Gardens with many interesting Alpines 
should burst into bloom about April 25. The Bulb Gar¬ 
dens with ten thousand tulips will be a beautiful sight 
May 15. 

A large Perennial Garden, as well as a Rose Collection 
of over a hundred varieties, will add interest and color 
the entire summer. 

You are welcome at anytime to go where you please 
and stay as long as you like. 

You will not be approached unless you express a desire 
for service. 


Better Plants for New England 

An illustrated and fully descriptive catalogue of Hardy 
Plants for New England. Printed especially for us as a 
Supplement of this Price List. 

A copy will be gladly sent to you upon request. 














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}Q.05Q5 

All our roses are strong, budded, two-year-old, field grown 
plants. Prices are as low as first class stock can be produced. 
Quality has not been sacrificed to meet the competition of the 
many low-priced offers which are being broadcast and which 
in the end must prove disappointing to the gardener who is 
interested in growing roses of superior quality. 


HYBRID TEA ROSE LIST 


All 2-year-old—Field grown—First grade 
Guaranteed to Bloom 


Dormant .$ .60 each $6.00 per doz. $45.00 per 100 

Potted .80 each 9.00 per doz. 75.00 per 100 


Ami Quinard. Dark, velvety, crimson maroon. 
Autumn. Bronzy red, and rich yellow. 

Betty Uprichard. Salmon pink, stained copper. 
Briarcliff. Clear pink. 

Columbia. Glistening rose-pink. 

Dame Edith Helen. Enormous pink. 

Edith Nellie Perkins. Salmon pink. 

Editor McFarland. Deep pink. 

E. G. Hill. Scarlet. 

Etoile De France. Deep crimson. 

Etoile De Hollande. Popular red. 

Gruss An Teplitz. Dark scarlet. 

Joanna Hill. Yellow with bronze shadings. 

J. L. Mock. Carmine and flesh pink. 

K. A. Victoria. Cream, shaded lemon. 

Killarney Pink. Lovely pale pink. 

Margaret McGredy. Oriental red. 

McGredy’s Scarlet. Brilliant scarlet. 

Mev. G. A. Van Rossem. Yellow, veined orange. 
Miss Rowena Thom. Large old rose. 

Mme. Butterfly. Bright pink. 

Mme. C. Testout. Silvery rose. 

Mme. Edw. Herriot. Coral or brick red. 

Mrs. Aaron Ward. Indian yellow. 

Mrs. Chas. Bell. Shell pink. 

Mrs. E. P. Thom. One of the best yellows. 

Mrs. Henry Morse. Light pink. 

Mrs. Pierre Du Pont. Deep golden yellow. 

Padre. Coppery scarlet, flushed yellow. 

Pres. Herbert Hoover. Pink, orange and gold. 
Pres. Plumecocq. Orange and copper. 

Radiance. Soft carmine pink. 

Red Radiance. Very popular crimson. 

Sister Therese. Golden yellow. 

Souvenir De C. Pernet. Yellow. 

Talisman. Apricot, shading to yellow. 

White Killarney. Pure white. 


We recommend dormant roses for early spring planting and up to 
about April 20. After that date place your order for our potted 
roses. Delivery will be made when thoroughly established, about 
May 20. They will be in full foliage and guaranteed to bloom. 





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37 


HYBRID PERPETUAL ROSES 

Dormant Plants $ .60 each $6.00 per doz. $45.00 per 100 
Potted Plants .80 each 9.00 per doz. 75.00 per 100 

Frau Karl Druschki. Large white. 

General Jacqueminot. Fragrant crimson. 

George Arends. Soft pink. 

J. B. Clark. Large deep scarlet. 

Magna Charta. Carmine pink. 

Mrs. John Laing. Shell pink. 

Paul Neyron. Large pink. 

Prince C. De Rohan. Deep crimson. 

Ulrich Brunner. Cherry red. 


ROSE NOVELTIES 

We are Licensed Distributors of these Patented Roses 
No extra charge for Potted Plants 


Each 

Countess Vandal. Plant Patent 38. Coppery pink.$1.00 

Crimson Glory. Plant Patent 105. 1.25 

Mme. Joseph Perraud. Orange buds, opens buff. 1.00 

R. M. S. Queen Mary. Plant Patent 249. Salmon pink, 
orange base . 1.50 


SIX OUTSTANDING CLIMBING 

ROSES 


Each 

Apricot Glow. Plant Patent 200. Double apricot yellow. $1.00 


Blaze. Everblooming scarlet red. 1.00 

Doubloons. Golden yellow. Plant Patent 152. 1.50 

Golden Climber. Semi-double yellow. 1.00 

Golden Glow. Patent pending. Semi-double pure yellow 1.00 
New Dawn. Everblooming shell pink. 1.50 


CLIMBING ROSES 


Dormant .$ .50 each $5.00 per doz. $40.00 per 100 

Potted .75 each 8.00 per doz. 


American Pillar. Single chaste pink blooms. 
Climbing American Beauty. Double rose pink. 
Crimson Rambler. Crimson clusters. 

Dorothy Perkins. Soft shell pink. 

Dr. Van Fleet. Double flesh pink. 

Emily Gray. Golden yellow. 

Excelsa. Intense crimson. 

Gardenia. Yellow. 

Jacotte. Semi-double coppery yellow. 

Mary Wallace. Semi-double, rose pink. 

Max Graf. Large, single bright pink. 

Paul’s Scarlet. Semi-double, scarlet. 

Primrose. Yellow trusses. 

Silver Moon. Clear, silvery white. 
Tausendschon. Shell pink. 

White Dorothy Perkins. White. 

Wichuriana. Starry white. 












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BABY RAMBLER ROSES 

Dormant .$ .50 each $5.00 per doz. $40.00 per 100 

Else Poulsen. Semi-double rose pink. 

Gloire Mundi. Brilliant orange scarlet. 

Golden Salmon. Orange. 

Ideal. Dark red. 

Triumph Orleans. Crimson. 


MISCELLANEOUS HARDY ROSES 


Each Doz. 

Blanche De Coubert. Double white rugosa.$ .50 $ 5.00 

F. J. Grootendorst. Crimson clusters.60 6.00 

Pink Grootendorst. Pink clusters.60 6.00 

Rosa Hugonis. Single yellow.65 6.30 

Rosa Rouletti. Miniature pink.50 5.00 

Skyrocket. Everblooming red. 1.00 10.00 

Tom Thumb. Miniature crimson. Plant Patent 

169 75 7.50 


TRI-OGEN 

A complete rose protection against plant insects and dis¬ 
eases. Conquers mildew. Controls black spot. Assures 
luxuriant foliage and bloom. Apply once a week. 

Small Kit. Makes 16 quarts. Season’s protection for 20 
Roses .$1.50 


POTTED ROSES 



The illustration below gives you a good idea of the 
quality and condition in which you will receive our 

Potted Roses. Just re¬ 
move the paper pot by 
slitting down the side; 
plant so that the top of 
the earth is 4 to 6 inches 
below the surface, and 
water well. Our Potted 
Roses will not stop even 
to catch their breath be¬ 
fore they will supply 
you with an abundance 
of bloom. 

80 cts. each, $9 per doz. 


Our Landscape De¬ 
partment staff will be 
glad to discuss your 
rose planting problems. 
Make an appointment 
at our office or at your 
home, as may be most 
convenient to you. 


















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39 


■fjatdij Qat den ^Tlou/etl 


(PERENNIALS) 


These flowering plants will brighten your lawns, shrub 
borders and gardens, and may also be cut for bouse decora¬ 
tion. The height, color and flowering season of each variety 
are given in the following list. 

Six Perennials of one kind are entitled to the dozen rate, 
and 25 to the hundred rate. 


ACHILLEA Yarrow 

The Pearl. White. 12 inches. All summer. 

ACONITUM Monkshood 

Acutum. Blue. 3 feet. July and August. 

Autumnale. Blue. 4 to 5 feet. September to November. 
Fisheri. Blue. 3 to 4 feet. September. 

Napellus. Dark blue. 3 to 4 feet. July and August. 
Napellus bicolor. Blue and white. 3 feet. September. 
Sparks variety. Dark blue. 2 to 3 feet. July and August. 

^TiTHIONEMA Persian Candytuft 

Persicum. Pink. 8 inches. June and July. 


AGROSTEMMA Rose Campion 

Coronaria. Crimson. 24 to 30 inches. July. 

AJUGA Bugle 

Genevensis. Blue. 6 inches. May. 

ALYSSUM Basket of Gold 

Saxatile compactum. Yellow. 12 inches. May. 


ANEMONE Windflower 

Pulsatilla rubra. Dwarf, reddish purple. April. 

Sylvestris. White. 12 inches. May. 


ANEMONE JAPONICA Japanese Windflower 

Alba. Single white. 2 to 3 feet. September to November. 
Hupehensis. Pink. 18 inches. September. 

Prince Henry. Rose pink. 2 to 3 feet. September to 
November. 

Queen Charlotte. Double pink. 2 to 3 feet. September to 
November. 

September Charm. Rosy pink. 24 inches. September. 
Whirlwind. Double white. 2 to 3 feet. September. 


ANCHUSA Alkanet 

Italica. Blue. 4 feet. All summer. 

Myosotidiflora. Dwarf blue. May and June. 

ANTHEMIS Chamomile 

Sancta Johannis. Orange. 24 inches. July. 

AQUILEGIA Columbine 

Alpina. Dwarf blue. 18 inches. May and June. 

California Hybrids. Mixed shades. 24 inches. May and 

June. 

Caerulea. Blue. 18 inches. May. 

Chrysantha. Golden yellow. 18 inches. May and June. 
Crimson Star. Semi-dwarf. Red and white. 

Mrs. Scott Elliott. Long spurred. Mixed. 24 inches. May 

and June. 


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ARABIS Rock Cress 

Alpina. White. 8 inches. Early spring. 

Alpina Rosea. Pink. 8 inches. May. 

Alpina FI. PI. Double white. 8 inches. May. 

ARMERIA Thrift 

Maritima. Pink. 4 to 6 inches. June. 

ARTEMESIA Wormwood 

Lactiflora. Cream white. 4 to 5 feet. September. 

Silver King. Silvery foliage. 2 feet. 

ASCLEPIAS Butterfly Flower 

Tuberosa. Orange. 2y z to 3 feet. August to October. 

ASTER—NEW DWARF VARIETIES 
Countess of Dudley. Clear pink. 18 inches. September. 
Lady Henry Maddocks. Pale pink. 18 inches. September. 
Lavanda. Lavender blue. 10 inches. September. 

Marjorie. Rose pink. 10 inches. September. 

Nancy. Flesh pink. 10 inches. September. 

Niobe. White. 8 inches. September. 

Ronald. Lilac pink. 8 inches. September. 

Snowsprite. White. 8 inches. September. 

Victor. Lavender blue. 8 inches. September. 

ASTER Michcelmas Daisy 

Alpinus Dark Beauty. Dark purple. 12 inches. June. 
Beechwood Challenger. Red. 50 cents each. 

Blue Gem. Double blue. 18 inches. September. 

Climax. Bluish lavender. 4 to 5 feet. September. 
Harrington Pink. Pink. 50 cents each. 

King George. Large blue. 30 cents each. 

Mrs. Raynor. Red. 5 feet. September. 

Mt. Everest. Best white hardy aster. 

Novae-angliae. Deep purple. 5 to 6 feet. September. 
Novae-angliae rosea. Pink. 5 to 6 feet. September. 

Queen Mary. Large blue. 5 feet. September. 

Royal Blue. Deep blue. 2y 2 feet. September. 

St. Edgwin. Bright pink. 3 feet. September. 

Wartburg Star. Large blue. 18 inches. June. 

Ypres. Rosy red. 2 x / 2 feet. September. 

AUBRIETIA Rainbow Rock Cress 

Deltoides. Mixed shades. 6 inches. May. 

BAPTISIA False Indigo 

Australis. Blue. 2 x / 2 to 3 feet. June. 

BOCCONIA Plume Poppy 

Cordata. White. 6 to 8 ft. July and August. 

BOLTONIA Bolton s Starwort 

Asteroides. Pure white. 5 to 6 feet. August-September. 
Latisquama. Pinkish lavender. 4 to 5 feet. August-Sep¬ 
tember. 

CALLIRHCE Poppy Mallow 

Involucrata. Crimson. 6 inches. May-June. 

CAMPANULA Bellflower 

Calycanthema. Three colors—pink, blue, white. 2y 2 feet. 
June. 

Carpatica. Blue. Dwarf. July to September. 

Carpatica alba. White. Dwarf. July to September. 
Garganica. Blue. Dwarf. June-July. 

Medium. Three colors—pink, blue, white. 2y 2 feet. June. 
Persicifolia. Two colors—blue and white. 3 feet. July- 
August. 

Rotundifolia. Blue. 12 inches. All summer. 

Telham Beauty. Large blue. 2 feet. June and July. 50 
cents each. 


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CARNATIONS 

Crimson King. 15 to 18 inches. All summer. 

Grenadin. Red. 12 inches. June-July. 

Grenadin. White. 12 inches. June-July. 

Grenadin. Mixed. 12 inches. June-July. 

CATANANCHE Love Plant 

Caerulea. Blue. 15 inches. June. 

CENTAUREA Cornflower 

Montana. Blue. 18 inches. June. 

CERASTIUM Snow-in- S u mm e r 

Tomentosum. White. 6 inches. May-June. 

CHEIRANTHUS Siberian Wallflower 

Allioni. Orange. 15 inches. May. 

CHELONE T urtlehead 

Lyoni. Rosy pink. 3 feet. August. 

CHRYSANTHEMUMS Hardy Garden Varieties 

Aladdin. Coppery bronze. September. 

Algonquin. Double yellow. Dwarf. September 10. 

Arcticum. White. 12 inches. September-October. 

Astrid. Salmon pink. 

Brown Bessie. Reddish bronze. 

Crimson splendor. Crimson maroon. 

Early Bronze. Bronze yellow. September. 

Early Snow. White. 

Excelsior. Bright yellow. 

Glory of Seven Oaks. Early yellow. August-September. 
Golden Pompon. Yellow. 

Granny Scovill. Coral bronze. 

Jean Treadway. Large pink. 

Judith Anderson. Yellow. 

L’Argenteuillais. Bronzy gold. 

Mrs. Nellie Kleris. Deep pink. 

October Girl. Pink. 

Old Homestead. Large pink. 

Ruth Cummings. Terra-cotta. 

Ruth Hatton. Ivory white. September. 

Ruth Marion Hatton. Canary yellow. September. 

Seminole. Double cream white. Dwarf. September 10. 
Skibo. Golden yellow. 

Tennyson. Chestnut brown. 

Vivid. Rosy crimson. 

CHRYSANTHEMUMS Sept. Flowering Korean Hybrids 

Clio. Dwarf carmine rose. 

Fortuna. Oxblood red. 

Hestia. Semi-double rose pink. 

Niobe. White, yellow disc. 

Nysa. Rosy lilac. 

Psyche. Shell pink. 

Sappho. Dwarf yellow. 

Thalia. Bright orange. 

Vesta. Golden orange. 

CHRYSANTHEMUMS Oct. Flowering Korean Hybrids 

Apollo. Bronze, red and gold. 

Ceres. Coppery yellow. 

Daphne. Pink. 

Mars. Deep red. 


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CHRYSANTHEMUMS New Double Korean Hybrids 

35 cents each. 

Ember. Coral orange. October. 

Indian Summer. Large golden orange. October. 

King Midas. Soft yellow. October. 

Romany. Rod with bronze tone. October. 

The Moor. Wine red. October. 

CHRYSANTHEMUMS 

Bronze. 2 feet. August to October. 

Pink. 2 feet. August to October. 

White. 2 feet. August to October. 

CIMICIFUGA 

Racemosus. White. 5 feet. July. 

CLEMATIS 
Recta. White flowers in June. 2 to 3 ft. 

COREOPSIS Tickseed 

Aurialta nana. Dwarf, compact. 6 to 8 in. 

Lanceolata. Golden yellow. 2% feet. June to August. 
Mayfield Giant. Large yellow. 2% feet. June to August. 

DELPHINIUM Larkspur 

Belladonna. Light sky blue. 3 feet. June to September. 
Bellamosa. Dark blue. 3 feet. June to September. 
Chinense. Gentian blue. 24 inches. June-July. 

Chinense album. White. 24 inches. June-July. 

Chinense Tom Thumb. Blue. 12 inches. All summer. 
Choice English Hybrids. Mixed blue. 5 to 6 feet. June to 
September. 

DIANTHUS SPECIES Garden Pinks 

Deltoides. Crimson. 12 inches. June-July. 

Neglectus. Pink. 12 inches. June-July. 

Plumarius semperflorens. Fragrant, pink. 12 inches. June. 

DICENTRA Bleeding Heart 

Eximea. Dwarf reddish purple. All summer. 

Spectabilis. 50 cents each, $5.00 per doz. 2% feet. May- 
June. 

DICTAMNUS Gas Plant 

Fraxinella alba. White. 2% feet. July-August. 

Fraxinella rubra. Rose. 2% feet. July-August. 

DIGITALIS Foxglove 

Ambigua. Yellow spikes. 2 feet. June-July. 

Gloxiniaeflora. Three colors—pink, white and purple. 3 feet. 
June-July. 

Lutzia Hybrids. Strong grower. Delicate shades. 

Shirley Giant. Mixed color. 4 to 5 feet. June. 

DORONICUM Leopardbane 

Caucasicum. Yellow. 12 inches. May. 

Excelsum. Yellow. 15 inches. May. 

ECHINOPS Globe Thistle 

Ritro. Steel blue. 3 feet. July-August. 

ERIGERON Fleabane 

Grandiflorus. Lavender blue. 12 to 15 inches. July. 

ERYNGIUM Sea Holly 

Amesthystinum. True blue thistle. 2 feet. July. 

Planum. Steel blue flowers. 30 inches tall in July. 

EUPATORIUM Hardy Ageratum 

Coelestinum. Purple. 24 inches. August-September. 
Fraseri. Improved white. 


Cushion Type 

Snake Root 
Shrubby Clematis 


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FUNKIA Plantain Lily 

Subcordata grandiflora. White. 18 inches. August-Septem- 
ber. 35 cents each, $3.50 per doz. 

Variegata. Green and white foliage. 10 inches. 

GAILLARDIA Blanket Flower 

Burgandy. Red. 20 inches. June to August. 

Goblin. New dwarf. Red and yellow. 12 inches. All 
summer. 

Portola Hybrids. Red and yellow. 24 inches. All summer. 

GEUM Avens 

Mrs. Bradshaw. Bright red. 12 inches. June-July. 

GYPSOPHILA Baby Breath 

Bristol Fairy. 50 cents each, $5.00 per doz. Double white. 
3 feet. All summer. 

Paniculata. White. 3 feet. All summer. 

Repans bodgeri. Double white. 15 inches. All summer. 
Rosy Veil. Double pink. 15 inches. All summer. 35 cents 
each, $3.50 per doz. 

HELENIUM Sneezeweed 

Autumnale rubrum. Oxblood red. 4 feet. September- 
October. 

Autumnale superbum. Golden yellow. 5 feet. September- 
October. 

Peregrina. Mahogany red. 3 feet. July and August. 30 
cents each. 

Riverton Gem. Terra cotta. 4 feet. September-October. 

HELIANTHEMUM Rock Rose 

Fireball. Double red. 8 inches. May-June. 

Multible. Single pink. 12 inches. May-June. 

HELIOPSIS False Sunflower 

Incomparabilis. Dwarf golden yellow. 

Lemoine. Yellow. 2% feet. June to August. 

HELLEBORUS Christmas Rose 

Niger. White. 12 inches. November to April. 6 inch pot 
$1.25. 4 inch pot $1.00. 

HEMEROCALLIS Day Lily 

Aurantiaca. Orange yellow. 2 feet. June. 

Flava. Clear yellow. 2% feet. June. 

Golden Bell. Apricot orange. June-July. 50 cents. 
Hyperion. Canary yellow. July-August. 75 cents. 

Ophir. Golden yellow. July-August. 75 cents. 

Sir Michael Foster. Apricot yellow. June-July. 50 cents. 
Sovereign. Yellow. June. 

HEMEROCALLIS Dr. A. B. Stout New Hybrids 

Cinnabar. Yellow flushed red. ^July-August $1.00. 

Mikado. Rich orange. June-July. $1.00. 

Soudan. Clear yellow. July. $1.00. 

Wau Bun. Twisted yellow petals. June-July. $1.00. 
HEUCHERA ‘ ‘ Coral Bells 

Rosamond. Pink. 2 V 2 feet. June-Julv. 

Splendens. Coral. 12 inches. All summer. 

HIBISCUS Rose Mallow 

Pink. 4 feet. August-September. 

Red. 4 feet. August-September. 

White. 4 feet. August-September. 

HOLLYHOCKS Hollyhocks 

Double flowers in separate colors—red, maroon, white, apple- 
blossom, yellow, salmon rose, Newport pink and crimson. 
3y 2 feet. July-August. 

Single—mixed colors. 5 to G feet. July-August. 


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IBERIS Candytuft 

Little Gem. Dwarf white. May-June. 

Sempervirens. White. 12 inches. May-June. 

IRIS Crested Iris 

Cristata. Lavender. 4 to 6 inches. May. 

IRIS GERMANICA German Iris 

S. — Standards. F. — Falls. 

Alcazar. S. Violet. F. Purple. 

Allure. S. Pink. F. Rose pink. 

Ambassadeur. S. Bronze. F. Maroon. 

Asia. S. Silver. F. Purple. 

Bruno. S. Bronze. F. Red purple. 

Buto. Deep blue purple. 

Cinnabar. S. Violet. F. Maroon. 

Coronation. Yellow. 

Dr. Chas. Mayo. Pink ruffled. 

Duke of Bedford. S. Blue. F. Purple. 

Elizabeth Egelberg. Rose tone. 

Euphony. Ruffled copper. 

Firefall. Bronze red. 

Freida Mohr. Pink. 

Lent A. Williamson. S. Violet. F. Purple. 

Lord of June. S. Lavender. F. Blue. 

Midgard. Yellow and pink blend. 

Rheingauperle. Soft pink orchid. 

Seminole. Red. 

Wedgewood. S. Blue. F. Blue. 

White Queen. White. 

IRIS K7EMPFERI Japanese Iris 

35 cents each, $3.50 per doz., $25.00 per 100. July. 

Azurea. Blue. 

Blue Danube. Indigo blue and violet. 

Gekko-no-nami. Double white. 

Gold Bound. White, yellow markings. 

Hercule. Clear lilac blue. 

Iphigenie. Chinese lilac. 

Kuro-Kumo. Purple and blue. 

Mahogany. Mahogany red. 

Old Rose. Rose pink. 

Purple and Gold. Violet purple. 

Uchiu. Blue and gold. 

IRIS PSEUDOCORUS Yellowflag 

Rich yellow. Good for wet locations. 

IRIS PUMILLA Dwarf Iris 

Excelsa. Yellow. 12 incl^s. May. 

Sambo. Dark blue. 12 inches. May. 

Schneicuppe. White. 12 inches. May. 

IRIS SIBERICA Siberian Iris 

Emperor. Blue. 3 feet. July. 

Snow Queen. White. 3 feet. July. 

LATHYRUS Perennial Sweet Pea 

Latifolius. In three separate colors—red, pink and white. 
2% feet. June-August. 

LAVENDULA Lavender 

Munstead. Blue. 12 inches. July-August. 

Vera. Blue. 18 inches. July-August. 

LIATRIS Blazing Star 

Pycnostachya. Purple. 4 to 5 feet. July-August. 
Pycnostachya nana. Purple. 18 to 24 inches. June. 


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LILIUM Lilies 

Auratum platyphyllum. 40 cents each, $4.00 per doz. 
Candidum. 30 cents each, $3.00 per doz. 

Henryi. 40 cents each, $4.00 per doz. 

Phillippinense formosanum. 30 cents each, $3.00 per doz. 
Regale. 25 cents each, $2.50 per doz. 

Speciosum album. 40 cents each, $4.00 per doz. 

Speciosum magnificum. 40 cents each, $4.00 per doz. 
Tenuifolium. 25 cents each, $2.50 per doz. 

Tigrinum splendens. 20 cents each, $2.00 per doz. 

LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY Lily-of-the- Valley 

Clumps. 50 cents each, $5.00 per doz. 

LINARIA Toad Flax 

Alpina. Rock garden variety with feathery foliage. Flower 
in June, a miniature Snapdragon. 

LINUM Flax 

Perenne. Blue. 18 inches. All summer. 

LOBELIA Cardinal Flower 

Cardinalis. Red. 2% feet. August-September. 

LUPINUS Lupine 

Polyphyllus. Blue. 3 feet. June. 

Polyphyllus alba. White. 3 feet. June. 

Polyphyllus rosea. Pink. 3 feet. June. 

LYCHNIS Campion 

Chalcedonica. Scarlet. 2y 2 to 3 feet. July-August. 

Yiscaria splendens. Double rose. 12 inches. June. 

LYSIMACHIA Loosestrife 

Clethroides. White. 2% feet. July-August. 

Nummularia. Yellow. Creeper. July. 

LYTHRUM Purple Loosestrife 

Roseum. Rosy purple. 5 to 6 feet. July-August. 

MAZUS 

Rugosus. Dwarf alpine plant. Dainty lilac flowers in early 
spring. 

MENTHA Herb 

Piperita. Peppermint. 

Spicata. Spearmint. 

MERTENSIA Blue Bells 

Virginica. Blue. 18 inches. May. 

MONARDA Bee Balm 

Cambridge Scarlet. Crimson scarlet. 3 feet. July. 

Didyma rosea. Rose pink. 2% feet. July. 

Fistulosa. Lavender blue. 2 feet. July. 

MYOSOTIS Forget-Me-Not 

Semperflorens. Blue. 12 inches. All summer. 

NEPETA Cat Mint 

Mussini. Lavender. 12 inches. June-July. 

CENOTHERA Evening Primrose 

Fraseri. Pale yellow. 12 inches. June to August. 
Missouriensis. Yellow. 6 inches. June-July. 

PAPAVER NUDICAULE Iceland Poppy 

Emperor. Orange. 18 inches. Spring and fall. 

White. 24 inches. 

Yellow Wonder. Yellow. 24 inches. Spring and fall. 

PAPAVER ORIENTALE Oriental Poppy 

Beauty of Livermore. Dark crimson. 2y 2 feet. June. 

Mahoney. Bright red. 

Mrs. Perry. Pink. 24 inches. June. 


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PENTSTEMON Beard Tongue 

Barbatus torreyi. Red. 3 feet. July-August. 

P/EONIA Peony 

Strong roots containing three or more eyes. 

50 cents each, $5.00 per doz., except where noted. 

Adolphe Rousseau. Dark red. 

Alba superba. Creamy white. 

Baroness Schroeder. Flesh. 

Canari. White, yellow centers. 

Claire Dubois. Satiny pink. 

Duchess de Nemours. Sulphus white. 

Edulis superba. Pink. 

Felix Crousse. Brilliant red. 

Festiva maxima. Large white. 

Karl Rosenfield. Red. 

Mons Jules Elie. Dark pink. 

Mons Martin Cahuzac. Dark red. $1.00 each. 

Officinalis rubra. Dark red. $1.00 each. 

Primivere. Cream, yellow center. $1.00 each. 

Reine Hortense. Light pink. 75 cents each. 

Solange. Creamy salmon. $1.00 each. 

Therese. Soft pink. $1.00 each. 

Pi^EONIA Single and Japanese 

$1.00 each, $10.00 per doz. 

Fuyajo. Mahogany red, chamois center. 

Gypsy. Red, red center tipped gold. 

L’Etincelante. Silvery pink, golden center. 

Mikado. Dark crimson, golden center. 

Pride of Langport. Pink, golden center. 

Rosy Dawn. Flesh, golden center. 

PHLOX DIVARICATA Blue Phlox 

Blue. 18 inches. May. 

Divaricata Laphami. Large blue flowers. 

PHLOX PANICULATA Phlox 

B. Comte. French purple. 

Beacon. Cherry red. 

Caroline Vandenburg. Violet blue. 

Daily Sketch. Salmon pink. 

E. I. Farrington. Salmon pink. 

Ethel Pritchard. French mauve. 

Eugene Danzanvilliers. Light lavender. 

Europa. White, crimson eye. 

Firebrand. Crimson scarlet. 

Hauptman Kohle. Bright crimson. 

Jules Sandeau. Dwarf pink. 

La Vague. Light pink. 

Leo Schlageter. Brilliant scarlet. 

Lillian. Pink. 

Mia Ruys. Dwarf White. 

Miss Lingard. Early white. 

Morganrood. Bright rose. 

Mrs. Jenkins. White. 

Nicholas Flammel. Good deep red. 

Rheinlander. Salmon pink. 

Rosencavalier. Large salmon-rose. 

Ruth May. Flesh pink. 

Saladin. Scarlet. 

Salmon Glow. Salmon pink. 

Special French. Clear pink. 

Thor. Salmon pink. 

Von Hockburg. Red. 


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Mountain Pink 


False Dragon-Head, 


PHLOX PANICULATA— continued 
Wanadis. Bluish purple. 

Wm. Kesselring. Purple, white eye. 

PHLOX SUBULATA 
Alba. White. 6 inches. May. 

Blue Hills. Blue. 6 inches. May. 

Vivid. Bright pink. 6 inches. May. 

PHYSOSTEGIA 

Vivid. Dwarf, deep pink. August-September. 

PINKS Hardy Garden {See Dianthus) 

PLATYCODON Balloon Flower 

Grandiflorum. Blue. 24 inches. July-August. 

Grandiflorum album. White. 24 inches. July-August. 

PLUMBAGO Leadwort 

Larpentae. Deep blue. 4 to 6 inches. August-September. 

POLEMONIUM Jacob’s Ladder 

Reptans. Blue. 12 inches. May. 

PRIMULA • Primrose 

Denticulata. Violet. 12 inches. April and May. 

Polyanthus. Mixed colors. 4 to 6 inches. April and May. 
Vulgaris. Yellow. 4 to 6 inches. April and May. 

PULMONARIA Lungwort 

Saccharata. Pink. 12 inches. May. 

PYRETHRUM Painted Daisy 

Roseum. Pink. 18 inches. June. 

Uliginosum. White. 3 feet. August. 

RUDBECKIA Coneflower 

Purpurea. Purple. 2 to 3 feet. July-August. 

SALVIA Meadow Sage 

Azurea. Blue. 4 feet. August. 

Pitcheri. Dark blue. 4 feet. August-September. 

SANTOLINA Lavender Cotton 

Chamaecyparissus. Yellow. 18 inches. July. 

SAPONARIA Soap Wort 

Ocymoides. Pink. Prostrate. May-June. 

SCABIOSA Blue Bonnet 

Caucasica. Soft lavender. 24 inches. July-August. 

Fisheri. Blue. 3 feet. June to August. 

SEDUM Stonecrop 

Acre. Yellow. 4 inches. May-June. 

Album. White. 4 inches. May to July. 

Hispanicum. Pink. 4 inches. June-July. 

Kamschaticum. Yellow. 6 inches. July-August. 

Murale. White. 4 inches. July. 

Sarmentosum. Yellow. 4 inches. May to July. 

Sexangulare. Yellow. 4 inches. June. 

Sieboldi. Pink. 12 inches. October. 

Spectabilis Brilliant. Deep pink. 18 inches. September. 

SEMPERVIVUM Hen and Chickens 

Alberti. Red. 

Arachnoideum. Purple. 

Globiferum. Yellow. 

Tectorum. Rose. 

SHASTA DAISY 

White. 24 inches. 

Chiffon. White frilled. 20 inches. All summer. 50 cents 
each. 


Chrysanthemum Alaska 
All summer 


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SIDALCEA Greek Mallow 

Rosy Gem. Pink. 2% feet. July. 

Rose Queen. Pink. 3 feet. July. 


SPIREA Meadow Sweet 

Filipendula. Fernlike foliage. 15-inch white spikes. June. 

STATICE Sea Lavender 

Latifolia. Lavender. 24 inches. August. 

STOKESIA Cornflower Aster 

Cyanea. Blue. 18 inches. All summer. 

SWEET WILLIAM Dianthus Barbatus 

Assorted colors. 18 inches. June 

TEUCRIUM Germander 

Chamaedrys. Pink. 12 inches. July. 


THERMOPSIS Carolina Lupin 

Caroliniana. Yellow. 3 to 4 feet. June. 


THYMUS Thyme 

Lanuginosus. Pink. 6 inches. July. 

Serpyllum. Lavender. 8 inches. August. 

Serpyllum album. White. 8 inches. July-August. 
Serpyllum coccineum. Crimson. 4 to 6 inches. July- 


August. 



TRADESCANTIA 


Spiderwort 

Virginica. Blue. 

18 inches. 

June-July. 

TRITOMA 


Red-Hot-Poker 

Pfitzeri. Flame. 

24 inches. 

August-September. 

TROLLIUS 


Globe Flower 

35 cents each, 

$3.50 per doz. 


Earliest of All. Orange. 20 inches. May. 

Elinor. Yellow. 12 inches. April-May. 

Europeus. Yellow. 20 inches. May. 

Ledebori. Orange. 24 inches. July-August. 

Ledebori Orange Globe. Golden yellow. 20 inches. May. 

VALERIANA Hardy Heliotrope 

Officinalis. Creamy white. 3 to 4 feet. June. 

VERONICA Speedwell 

Erica rosea. Pink. 12 inches. July. 

Incana. Gray foliage. 

. Longifolia subsessilis. Blue. 3 feet. August-September. 
Pectinata rosea. Pink. 6 inches. June. 

Prostrata. Blue. 6 inches. May-June. 

Rupestris. Blue. 4 inches. May-June. 

Spicata. Blue. 24 inches. June-July. 

Teucrium. Blue. 12 inches. June. 

VINCA MINOR Myrtle 

See Evergreen Shrubs. 

VIOLAS Tufted Pansies 

Admiration. Purple. 6 to 8 inches. All summer. 

Arkwright Ruby. Red. 6 to 8 inches. All summer. 

Beauty of Larone. Very large violet. 8 to 10 inches. All 
summer. 

Chantreyland. Apricot. 4 to 6 inches. All summer. 
Cornuta White. White. 6 to 8 inches. All summer. 

Jersey Gem. Violet blue. 6 to 8 inches. All summer. 
Lutea Splendens. Yellow. 6 to 8 inches. All summer. 

YUCCA Adams Needle 

filamentosa. Creamy white. 4 feet. June and July. 


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7tuit ~Tteei 

APPLES 


APPLE TREES Standard Each 10 

2 year.$1.00 $7.50 


Prices for quantity on application. 


100 

$50.00 


SUMMER VARIETIES 
Red Astrachan. Red, large. August. 

Yellow Transparent. Pale yellow, good. August. 

AUTUMN VARIETIES 
Duchess of Oldenburg. Red-striped. 

Fall Pippin. Greenish yellow, large. November. 

Fameuse or Snow. Crimson, November to January. 
Gravenstein. Red-striped, large. October. 

Porter. Yellow. 

Sweet Bough. Yellow. 

Wealthy. Deep red, white flesh. 

WINTER VARIETIES 
Baldwin. Red, large. 

Cortland. A beautiful red; larger than McIntosh and ripen¬ 
ing a month later. 

Delicious. Large, red. 

McIntosh Red. One of the best, red; November, February. 
Northern Spy. Yellow and red; large. 

Rhode Island Greening. Greenish yellow; large. 

Roxbury Russet. Medium to large. December to June. 
Talman Sweet. Yellow, medium size. November to April. 

CRAB APPLES 

Each 10 

6 to 7 ft.$1.00 $8.00 

Hyslop. Dark crimson; large. 

Transcendent. Red. 

CHERRIES 

Each 10 

6 to 7 ft.$1.00 $9.00 

SOUR SWEET 

Early Richmond. Red. Bigarreau. Black. 

Montmorency. Red. Black Tartarian. Black. 

Windsor. Dark. 

Yellow Spanish. 

PEACHES 

Each 10 

5 to 6 ft.$ .50 $4.50 

VARIETIES (In the order of their ripening) : 

Rochester. Early yellow. 

Carman. White with red cheek. 

Champion. White and red. 

Early Elberta. Yellow. 

Crawford Early. Yellow. 

Belle of Georgia. White with red cheek. 

Golden Jubilee. Yellow. 

Elberta. Yellow. 

J. H. Hale. Yellow. 






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PEARS 


PEAR TREES Standard Each 10 

No. 1 Grade.$1.00 $8.00 

Anjou. Winter. 


Bartlett. Late Summer. 

Beurre Bose. Long neck russet. Winter. 

Clapp’s Favorite. Summer. 

Seckel. Fall. 

Sheldon. Fall. 

PEARS Dwarf 

Bartlett, Clapp’s Favorite, Seckel. 1.00 9.00 


PLUMS 

Each 10 

No. 1 Grade.$1.00 $8.00 

JAPANESE PLUMS 

Abundance. Medium size, rich, bright cherry red. 

Burbank. Large, nearly globular; clear cherry red. 

EUROPEAN PLUMS 

Bradshaw. Very large, dark violet-red. 

Damson. Medium size; blue; flesh juicy. 

German Prune. Medium, oval, purplish-blue. 

Lombard. Medium, roundish-oval. Violet-red. 


QUINCE 

Each 10 

No. 1 Grade.$1.00 $9.00 

Champion. Large bright yellow. Bears very young. 
Orange. Large yellow. Very productive. 


GRAPE VINES 


2 year. 

3 year. 

Brighton. Red. 
Caco. Red. 
Concord. Black. 
Delaware. Red. 
Diamond. White. 


Each 10 

.$ .35 $3.00 

.50 4.00 

Green Mountain. White. 
Moore’s Early. Black. 
Niagara. White. 

Worden. Black. 


ASPARAGUS 


WASHINGTON Doz. 100 

2 year ($15.00 per 1000).$ .35 $2,00 


About 150 plants make a good bed for the average family. 
Plant 1 foot apart, in rows 3 feet apart. Dig trenches 15 inches 
deep, putting manure in bottom. Plant 8 inches below the sur¬ 
face and cover 3 inches deep. Hill up next year. 


RHUBARB 


Strong Roots 


Each 10 
$ .25 $2.00 










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BLACKBERRIES 

Doz. 100 

Transplants .$1.00 $6.00 

Early Harvest. Very productive, new variety, ripens before 
any other Blackberry on the market. 

Eldorado. Extra fine and very hardy, large, sweet berry. 
Mersereau. Extra large; brilliant black. 

BLUEBERRIES, see VACCINIUM SHRUBS, page 32 


RASPBERRIES 

Doz. 100 

Transplants .$1.00 $6.00 

Columbian. Purple fruit, delicious for table. 

Cuthbert. Medium to large, red, sweet. 

Cumberland. Black cap. 

Latham. Fruit is of large size, deep red. 

Newburg. Large, sweet berry. Very productive. One of the 
good new sorts. 

Sodus. New, large purple Raspberry. Hardy and produc¬ 
tive. Fine quality. 

St. Regis Everbearing. Red. 

Taylor. Large long berry. Firm bright red in color. Fine 
flavor. Vigorous grower. Very productive. 


STRAWBERRIES 

GREEN MOUNTAIN EVERLASTING STRAWBERRY 

A New Improved Everbearing Strawberry. Patent received 
from the United States Patent Office. Produces an enormous 
crop throughout the summer and fall. A dark red berry of 
excellent flavor, fruiting continuously. 

$1.00 per 25 $3.00 per 100 


SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Better Plants in Better Varieties, require no more room 
and cost no more to care for than inferior nursery stock. 
Let our Service Department, which is composed of com¬ 
petent trained and experienced men, help you select the 
right plants for their proper locations. Phone for an ap¬ 
pointment and consultation on your home grounds. 

There will be no charge for this service. 


Adams Evergreen Trees are guaranteed. 
Common Names will be found on page 4. 


Page Index at the end 






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■@nco Stand /lawn C/ta55 Seed 

Clean seed means a clean lawn. A good lawn is a pride to 
any home owner. 


1 lb. package. 

. . . .$ .45 

10 lb. bag. 

.$ 3.75 

3 lb. package. 

. . .. 1.25 

20 lb. bag. 

. 7.00 

5 lb. package. 

.... 2.00 

50 lb. bag. 

. 16.00 


100 lb. bag. . . 

. . . .$31.00 


FANCY WHITE CLOVER 



1 lb. package. 

.60 

3 lb. package. 

. 1.60 

SYLVAN SHADY SPOT 



1 lb. package. 

.60 

3 lb. package. 

. 1.60 


AGRICULTURAL LIME 

50 lb. bag_$ .75 100 lb. bag_$1.00 1 ton_$16.00 

BONE MEAL 

10 lbs.$ .50 50 lbs.$1.75 

25 lbs. 1.00 100 lbs. 3.00 

FOREIGN PEAT MOSS 

% bale.$1.50 1 bale.$4.00 

y 2 bale.2.50 

Approximate Areas Covered by Peat Moss 

1 inch deep 2 inch deep 3 inch deep 
One bale covers-250 sq. ft. 125 sq. ft. 80 sq. ft. 

DOMESTIC PEAT MOSS 

IN BULK 

Moist and ready to apply 


Per cubic yard of 22 bushels..$4.00 

Two yards. 7.50 

2V 2 bushel bag. 1.00 


HINSDALE LEAFMOULD 


1 bag—-2% bushels.$2.00 each 

20 bags . 1.75 each 


PREMIER POULTRY MANURE 

25 lb. bag.$1.00 *4 ton.$14.00 

50 lb. bag. 1.75 % ton. 27.00 

100 lb. bag. 3.00 1 ton. 50.00 


WIZARD BRAND COW MANURE 


25 lb. bag.$1.00 % ton.$14.00 

50 lb. bag. 1.75 % ton.25.00 

100 lb. bag.3.00 1 ton. 48.00 



































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asm 

PULVERIZED 


Sheep Manure 



5 lb. carton. .. 

.$ .35 

100 lb. bag.. .. 

....$ 3.00 

10 lb. carton... 

. .60 

X A ton. 

.... 12.00 

25 lb. bag. 

. 1.00 

Vz ton. 

. ... 23.00 

50 lb. bag. 

. 1.75 

1 ton. 

. ... 45.00 


VIGORO 

Analysis 4-12-4 


12 oz. carton....$ .10 25 lb. bag.$ 1.60 

5 lb. carton.50 50 lb. bag. 2.75 

10 lb. carton.85 100 lb. bag. 4.50 


500 lbs. or more, per 100 lbs. $4.00 


4 - 12-4 

SPECIAL FORMULA 

Odorless 

Note .—Analysis is same as Vigoro. 


100 lb. bag.$3.00 

50 lb. bag. 1.85 

25 lb. bag. 1.25 


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Dndex ofi botanical and (Common A/ame5 



Page 


Page 


Page 

Abies . 

. 5 

Catalpa . 

.17 

Globe Flower 

48 

Acant.hopanax . 

.23 

Catananche . 

.41 

Glohe Thistle 

42 

Acer .. 

.16 

Catmint . 

.45 

Golden Bell . 

.26 

Achillea . 

.39 

Celastrus . 

.34 

Golden Elder . 

.30 

Aconitum ... 

.39 

Centaurea . 

.41 

Gypsopliila . 

.43 

Actinidia. 

.34 

Cerastium . 

.41 

Halesia . 

.18 

Adam’s Needle . 

.48 

Cercidiphyllum . 

.17 

Hamamelis . 

.26-27 

Aesculus . 

.17 

Cercis . 

.17 

Hawthorn . 

.18 

Aethionema . 

.39 

Chamaecyparis . 

. 5 

Heather . 

.13 

Agrostemma . 

.39 

Chamomile .. 

.39 

Hedera . 

.34 

Ajuga . 

.39 

Clieiranthus . 

.41 

Helenium . 

.43 

Alka.net. 

.39 

Chokeberry . 

.23 

Helin nthemum 

.. 43 

Almond . 

.29 

Christmas Rose ... 

.13 

Heliopsis . 

.43 

Althea . 

.27 

Chrysanthemum . 

41-42 

Heliotrope . 

.48 

Alyssum . 

.39 

Cimicifuga . 

.42 

Helleborus . 

.13-43 

Amelanchier . 

.23 

Cladrastic . 

.17 

Hemerocallis . 

.43 

Ampelopsis . 

.34 

Clematis . 

34-42 

Hemlock . 

.12 

A neb lisa. . 

.39 

Clethra . 

.25 

Heuchera 

.43 

Andromeda . 

.14 

Columbine . 

.39 

Hibiscus . 

.27-43 

Anemone . 

.39 

Coneflower . 

.47 

Highbush Blueberry .32 

Anthemis .. 

.39 

Coral-Bells . 

.43 

Holly . 

.13 

Aquilegia . 

.39 

Coral-Berry . 

.31 

Hollyhocks . 

.43 

Arabis . 

.40 

Coreopsis . 

.42 

Honeysuckle .28-34-35 

Aralia . 

.23 

Cornflower . 

.41 

Horse-Chestnut . 

.17 

Arborvitae . 

10-11 

Cornflower Aster 

.48 

Hydrangea . 

.27-34 

Aristnloehia . 

.34 

Cornus . 

.17-25 

Hypericum 

.27 

Arineria . 

.40 

Cotoneaster . 

.25 

Iberis . 

....44 

Aronia . 

.23 

Cranberry . 

.32 

Ilex . 

.13-27 

Arrow-Wood . 

.32 

Crataegus . 

.18 

Iris . 

.44 

Artemisia . 

.40 

Cydonia . 

.25 

Jacob’s Ladder . 

.47 

Asclepias . 

.40 

Daphne . 

.13 

Japanese Flowering 

Ash . 

.18 

Day Lily . 

.43 

Cherries. 

.20 

Aubrietia .-. 

.40 

Delphiniums . 

.42 

Japanese Holly .. 

.13 

Avens . 

.43 

Desmodiuin . 

.26 

Japanese Spurge 

.14 

A zalea. 

.23 

Deutzia . 

.26 

Japanese Yew . 

...9-10 

Baby’s Breath . 

.43 

Dianthus . 

.42 

Jetbead . 

.29 

Balloon Flower ... 

.47 

Dicentra . 

.42 

Judas Tree . 

.17 

Baltic Ivy . 

.34 

Dictamnus ... 

.42 

Junipers . 

.6-7 

Baptisia . 

.40 

Digitalis . 

.42 

Juniperus . 

.6-7 

Barberry . 

.24 

Dogwood . 

17-25 

Kalmia. 

.13 

Basket of Gold .. 

.39 

Doronicum . 

.42 

Katsura Tree . 

.17 

Bayberry . 

.28 

Dutchman’s Pipe 

.34 

Kerria . 

.27 

Beauty Bush . 

.27 

Echinops . 

.42 

Koelreuteria . 

.18 

Bee Balm . 

.45 

Elder . 

.30 

Kolkwitzia . 

.27 

Beech . 

.18 

Elm . 

.21-22 

Larch . 

.18 

Bellflower . 

.40 

Englemann Ivy ... 

.34 

Larix . 

.18 

Benzoin . 

.24 

English Ivy . 

.34 

Larkspur . 

.42 

Berberis . 

.24 

Enkianthus . 

.26 

Lavender Cotton 

.47 

Betula . 

.17 

Erigeron . 

.42 

Leadwort . 

.47 

Bignonia . 

.34 

Eryngium . 

.42 

Leopard-Bane . 

.42 

Birch . 

.17 

Euonymus . 

.26 

Leucothoe . 

.14 

Bittersweet . 

.34 

Eupatorium . 

.42 

Ligustrum . 

...27-28 

Blanket Flower ... 

.43 

Exochorda . 

.26 

Lilac . 

21-31 

Bleeding-Heart . 

.42 

Fagus . 

.18 

Lilies . 

.45 

Blue Bells . 

.45 

False Dragon-Head . 47 

Lilium . 

.45 

Blueberry . 

.32 

False Indigo . 

.40 

Lily-of-the-V alley 

.45 

Blue Bonnet . 

.47 

Firethorn . 

.14 

Linden . 

.21 

Blue Spruce . 

. 8 

Firs . 

.5-9 

Linum . 

.45 

Boltonia . 

.40 

Flax . 

.45 

Liriodendron . 

.19 

Bolton’s Starwort 

.40 

Fleabane . 

.42 

Lobelia . 

.45 

Boston Ivy . 

.34 

Flowering Crab ... 

.19 

Locust ... 

...18-20 

Bridal Wreath . 

.30 

Flowering Plum ... 

.29 

Lonicera . 

.28 

Buddleia . 

24-25 

Flowering Quince 

.25 

Loosestrife . 

.45 

Bugle . 

.39 

Flowering 


Love Plant . 

.41 

Butterfly Bush . 

24-25 

Raspberry . 

.30 

Lungwort . 

.47 

Butterfly Flower 

.40 

Forget-me-not . 

.45 

Lupine . 

.45 

Callirhoe . 

40 

Forsytliia . 

.26 

Lupinus . 

.45 

Calluna . 

13 

Foxglove . 

.42 

Lychnis . 

.45 

Calycanthus . 

.25 

Fraxinus . 

.18 

Lycium ... . 

. ...35 

Campanula . 

.40 

Funkia . 

.43 

Lysimachia . 

..45 

Campion . 

.45 

Gaillardia . 

.43 

Lythrum . 

.45 

Candytuft . 

.44 

Garland Flower ... 

.13 

Maidenhair Tree 

.18 

Candytuft, Persian ... 39 

Gas-Plant . 


Magnolia.. 

......19 

Caragana . 

.25 

Geum . 

.43 

Malus ... 

. 19 

Cardinal Flower ... 

.45 

Ginkgo . 

.18 

Maples . 

.16 

Carnations, Hardy ...41 

Gleditsia . 

.18 

Matrimony Vine 

.35 

















































































































































































































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Page 


Mazus .45 

Mentha . 45 

Mertensia ...45 

Mint . 45 

Mock-Orange .29 

Monarda .45 

Monkshood .39 

Moms . 19 

Mountain Ash .21 

Mountain Laurel . 13 

Muehlenbeckia .14 

Mulberry . 19 

Myosotis .45 

Myrica .28 

Myrtle .15-48 

Nanny-Berry .32 

Nepeta ..*.45 

Ninebark . 29 

Oak .20 

Oenothera . 45 

Oxydendrum .19 

Pachistima .14 

Pachysandra .14 

Paeonia .46 

Painted Daisy .47 

Pansies .48 

Papaver . 45 

Pearl-Bush .26 

Peonies . 46 

Pfitzer Juniper . 6 

Philadelplius .28-29 

Phlox .46-47 

Physocarpus .29 

Physostegia ..47 

Picea .7-8 

Pieris .14 

Pine .8-9 

Pinks .42 

Pinus .8-9 

Plantain Lily .43 

Platyeodon .47 

Plum . 19 

Plumbago .47 

Poppy, Iceland .45 

Poppy, Mallow .40 

Poppy, Oriental .45 

Polemonium .47 

Pclymonum .35 

Poplar .19 

Primrose ... 19 

Primula .47 

Privet .27-28 

Prunus .19-29 

Pseudotsuga .9 

Pulmonaria .47 

Pyracantha .14 

Pyrethrum . 47 


Page 


Quercus .20 

Red Bud .17 

Red-Hot Poker .48 

Rhododendrons .14-15 

Rhodotypos .29 

Rhus .29-30 

Robinia .29-30 

Rock-Cress .,.40 

Rock-Rose .43 

Rosa Hugonis .30 

Rose Acacia . 30 

Roses, Baby Rambler 38 

Rose Campion ...39 

Roses, Climbing .37 

Roses, Hybrid 

Perpetuals .37 

Roses, Hyrid Teas .36 

Rose-Mallow .43 

Roses, Miscellaneous 38 

Roses, Novelties .37 

Rubus ...30 

Rudbeckia . 47 

Rugosa Rose .30 

Sage .47 

Salix .20 

Salvia .47 

Sambueus . .’ .30 

Santolina .47 

Saponaria .47 

Scabiosa .47 

Sea Holly .42 

Sea Lavender .48 

Sedum .47 

Sempervivum . 47 

Shadbush .23 

Shasta Daisy .47 

Siberian Pea-Tree .25 

Silver Bell .18 

Silver Lace Vine .35 

Smoke Bush .. 30 

Snakeroot .42 

Sneezeweed .43 

Snowball .33 

Snowberry .30 

Snow-in-Summer .41 

Soapwort .47 

Sophora .21 

Sorbus .21 

Sourwood .19 

Speedwell .48 

Spice-Bush .24 

Spiderwort .48 

Spiraea .30 

Spruce .7-8 

St. Johns-Wort .27 

Statice . 48 

Stephanandra .30 


Page 


Stokesia .48 

Stonecrop .47 

Sumac .29 

Summer Sweet .25 

Sunflower .43 

Swamp Azalea .24 

Sweet Shrub .25 

Sweet William .48 

Symphoricarpos .30-31 

Syringa .31-32 

Tamarix .32 

Taxus . 9-10 

Thermopsis .48 

Thrift .40 

Thuja .10-11 

Thyme .48 

Thymus .48 

Tickseed .42 

Tilia .21-22 

Tradescantia .48 

Tri-Ogen .38 

Tritoma .48 

Trollius .48 

Trumpet Vine .34 

Tsuga .12 

Tulip Tree .19 

Turtle-Head .41 

Ulmus .21-22 

Vaccinium .32 

Van Houttei Spirea 30 

Valeriana .48 

Varnish Tree .18 

Veronica . 48 

Viburnum . 32-33 

Vinca .15-48 

Viola .48 

Violet .48 

Virginia Creeper 34 

Wallflower, Siberian 41 

Wayfaring-Tree . 32 

Weeping Willow 20 

Weigela .33 

White Fringe .-.17 

Windflower .39 

Winterberry .27 

Wintercreeper .13 

Wisteria . 35 

Witch-Hazel .26-27 

Withe-Rod .32 

Wormwood .40 

Yarrow . 39 

Yellow-Root .33 

Yellow-wood .17 

Yew .9-10 

Yucca .48 

Zanthorhiza .33 


BETTER PLANTS 

for 

NEW ENGLAND 

An illustrated and fully descriptive catalogue of Hardy 
Plants for New England Printed especially for us as 
a Supplement of this Price List. 

A copy will be gladly sent to you upon request. 







































































































































































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Adams Nursery, Inc. 

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WESTFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

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SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS