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The Conard &. Jones jOo. West Grove. Penna. FERNS FOR HANGINGBASKETS AND JARDINIERES Asparagus plumosus The magnificent new Roosevelt Fern Whitmanii Fern ASPARAGUS FERNS (2 kinds) The most valuable evergreen trailing plants for the house and conservatory ever introduced. Their beautiful sprays of lovely, feathery foliage can be cut freely for bouquets, etc. ASPARAGUS SPRENGERI. Emerald Feather. Very valuable for vases and baskets. A strong, vigorous plant, very easily grown and requires little care. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, * postpaid; extra sizes, 35 cts. and 50 cts. each, by express. ASPARAGUS PLUMOSUS. Climbing Lace Fern. An extremely graceful window climber. The fine, feathery foliage is always bright and green. It is in great demand for floral decorations as the fronds retain their freshness for weeks when cut. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra sizes, 35 cts. ami 50 cts. each, by express. :, See SelfWatering Hanging Baskets, page 96. BEAUTIFUL JAPANESE FERNBALL Made of fern roots wrapped around moss. No soil required DIRECTIONS FOR STARTING. Soak the ball in tepid water for half an hour, then hang up. Sprinkle occasionally as required. Prices: 7 to 9inch size, 65c. each; 5inch size, 40c. each; 4inch size, 25c. each, postpaid. Japanese Fern Ball ORNAMENTAL FERNS ROOSEVELT FERN—NEW, 1911. The grandest Fern of its class yet introduced. It resembles the worldfamous Boston Fern, but produces twice as many wide, drooping fronds, and the pinnae are beautifully undulated, giving a pronounced wavy effect seen in no other variety. It has sprung into wonderful popularity, and when better known.will be wanted by every one. 25 cts. each, 3 for 70 cts., postpaid. Larger sizes 50 cts., 75 cts., and $1.00, by express. (See illustration.) Amerpohli. (The Philadelphia Lace Fern.') Belongs to the ostrichplume type; each broad, graceful frond seems like a piece of delicate lace. 25 cts. and 40 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes 50 cts. and $1 each, by express. Whitmanii. (See illustration.) Fronds wide, graceful, dense and feathery. 20 cts. and 35 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, ' 50 cts., 75 cts. and $1, by express. Elegantissima. The New Plumed Fern. Both sides of the fronds are equally beautiful. Plant is a compact grower and one we highly recommend. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 50 cts., 75 cts. and $1, by express. Boston Fern. Fronds grow 2 to 3 feet long and droop over in the most delightful way. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 40 cts., 75 cts. and $1, by express. Newport Fern (Scotti). Resembles the Boston Fern, but grows more erect, has shorter, narrower fronds and makes three times as many of them. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 50 cts., 75 cts. and $1, by express. Scholzeli. The crested Dwarf Scotti Fern. The plant has a fluffy, crested appearance much like the OstrichPlume Ferns. 20 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 50 cts. and 75 cts. each, by express. CHOICE TABLE FERNS BEAUTIFUL, DWARFGROWING VARIETIES FOR FERNDISHES New Crested Holly Fern. (Cryptomium Rochfordianum). Foliage is rich glossy dark green; the leaves are undulated and deeply cut or toothed. 25 cts. each, postpaid. See cut, page 65. Pteris Wilsonii. Sometimes called the "Crested Fern." Very handsome. 15 cts. each; larger size, 25 cts. each, postpaid. Maidenhair Fern. (Adiantum cuneatum). Always in demand for table decoration. 15 cts. each; larger size, 25 cts. each, postpaid. SilverLeaf Fern (Pteris Cretica). Peagreen foliage with silver variegations; very beautiful. 15 cts. each, postpaid. Lady Fern (Polystichum Letosum). Erect, feathery growth, 15 cts. each, ppd. Bird'sEye Fern (Aspidium Tussimense). Lace effect; dwarf. 15 cts. each. I Off Cr NO. 64 Any 3 Table Ferns for 40c., or the set of 6 for 75c, postpaid  64
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Transcript  The Conard &. Jones jOo. West Grove. Penna. FERNS FOR HANGINGBASKETS AND JARDINIERES Asparagus plumosus The magnificent new Roosevelt Fern Whitmanii Fern ASPARAGUS FERNS (2 kinds) The most valuable evergreen trailing plants for the house and conservatory ever introduced. Their beautiful sprays of lovely, feathery foliage can be cut freely for bouquets, etc. ASPARAGUS SPRENGERI. Emerald Feather. Very valuable for vases and baskets. A strong, vigorous plant, very easily grown and requires little care. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, * postpaid; extra sizes, 35 cts. and 50 cts. each, by express. ASPARAGUS PLUMOSUS. Climbing Lace Fern. An extremely graceful window climber. The fine, feathery foliage is always bright and green. It is in great demand for floral decorations as the fronds retain their freshness for weeks when cut. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra sizes, 35 cts. ami 50 cts. each, by express. :, See SelfWatering Hanging Baskets, page 96. BEAUTIFUL JAPANESE FERNBALL Made of fern roots wrapped around moss. No soil required DIRECTIONS FOR STARTING. Soak the ball in tepid water for half an hour, then hang up. Sprinkle occasionally as required. Prices: 7 to 9inch size, 65c. each; 5inch size, 40c. each; 4inch size, 25c. each, postpaid. Japanese Fern Ball ORNAMENTAL FERNS ROOSEVELT FERN—NEW, 1911. The grandest Fern of its class yet introduced. It resembles the worldfamous Boston Fern, but produces twice as many wide, drooping fronds, and the pinnae are beautifully undulated, giving a pronounced wavy effect seen in no other variety. It has sprung into wonderful popularity, and when better known.will be wanted by every one. 25 cts. each, 3 for 70 cts., postpaid. Larger sizes 50 cts., 75 cts., and $1.00, by express. (See illustration.) Amerpohli. (The Philadelphia Lace Fern.') Belongs to the ostrichplume type; each broad, graceful frond seems like a piece of delicate lace. 25 cts. and 40 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes 50 cts. and $1 each, by express. Whitmanii. (See illustration.) Fronds wide, graceful, dense and feathery. 20 cts. and 35 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, ' 50 cts., 75 cts. and $1, by express. Elegantissima. The New Plumed Fern. Both sides of the fronds are equally beautiful. Plant is a compact grower and one we highly recommend. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 50 cts., 75 cts. and $1, by express. Boston Fern. Fronds grow 2 to 3 feet long and droop over in the most delightful way. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 40 cts., 75 cts. and $1, by express. Newport Fern (Scotti). Resembles the Boston Fern, but grows more erect, has shorter, narrower fronds and makes three times as many of them. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 50 cts., 75 cts. and $1, by express. Scholzeli. The crested Dwarf Scotti Fern. The plant has a fluffy, crested appearance much like the OstrichPlume Ferns. 20 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 50 cts. and 75 cts. each, by express. CHOICE TABLE FERNS BEAUTIFUL, DWARFGROWING VARIETIES FOR FERNDISHES New Crested Holly Fern. (Cryptomium Rochfordianum). Foliage is rich glossy dark green; the leaves are undulated and deeply cut or toothed. 25 cts. each, postpaid. See cut, page 65. Pteris Wilsonii. Sometimes called the "Crested Fern." Very handsome. 15 cts. each; larger size, 25 cts. each, postpaid. Maidenhair Fern. (Adiantum cuneatum). Always in demand for table decoration. 15 cts. each; larger size, 25 cts. each, postpaid. SilverLeaf Fern (Pteris Cretica). Peagreen foliage with silver variegations; very beautiful. 15 cts. each, postpaid. Lady Fern (Polystichum Letosum). Erect, feathery growth, 15 cts. each, ppd. Bird'sEye Fern (Aspidium Tussimense). Lace effect; dwarf. 15 cts. each. I Off Cr NO. 64 Any 3 Table Ferns for 40c., or the set of 6 for 75c, postpaid  64 
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