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£§ ecorative Plants The Conard &Jones Co. FERNS FOR HANGINGBASKETS AND JARDINIERES &• r$ifi %. & wix kj^~ a* $SmV . :%>.yr ft il^^gBg ^M*"" ^^# Asparagus plumosus The magnificent Roosevelt Fern Whitmanii Kern RUNNING FERNS (3 kinds) 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. (See illustration.) 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra sizes, 35 cts. and 50 cts. each, by express. ASPARAGUS SPRENGERI (Emerald Feather). Very valuable for vases and baskets. Makes long, trailing, emerald fronds; very beautiful. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra sizes, 35 cts. and 50 cts. each, by express. CLIMBING FERN (Lygodium Japonicum). A true climber, with beautiful, slender fronds. Grows 8 to 10 feet. A splendid windowplant. 15 cts. each; larger size, 25 cts., postpaid. 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, 65 cts. each; 5inch size, 40 cts. each; 4inch size, 25 cts. each, postpaid. ORNAMENTAL FERNS TEDDY JUNIOR. Has all the valuable characteristics of the Roosevelt Fern, but it produces shorter fronds in great quantities. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra size, 50 cts., bv express. ROOSEVELT FERN. Resembles the Boston Fern, but produces twice as many wide, drooping fronds, and the pinna? are beautifully undulated. (See illustration.) 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra size, 50 cts., by express. Amerpohli (The Philadelphia Lace Fern). Each broad, graceful frond seems like a piece of delicate lace. 20 and 35 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 50 cts. and $1, each, 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, 50 cts. and 75 cts. each, by express. Newport Fern (Scotti). Resembles the Boston Fern, but grows more erect, has shorter, narrower fronds. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; larger size, 50 cts., by express. Scholzeli. The crested dwarf Scotti Fern. The plant has a fluffy crested appearance much like the OstrichPlume Ferns. 15c. and 25c. each, postpaid; larger size, 50c. each, by express. Whitmanii. (See illustration.) Fronds wide, graceful, dense and feathery. 15c. and 25c. each, postpaid; larger size, 50c. by exp. DWARFGROWING FERNS FOR FERNDISHES AND TABLE DECORATION CRESTED HOLLY FERN (Cryptomium Rochefordianum). Fronds are green and deeply toothed. (See cut, page 63.) 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid. PTERIS WILSONI. Fronds like crested seaweed. 15c. and 25c. each, ppd. MAIDENHAIR FERN (Adiantum hybridum). The bestknown table Fern, with dainty, lacy fronds, unlike any other. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid. THE LADY FERN (Polystichum setosum). Erect, feathery growth. 15 cts. each, postpaid. PTERIS CRETICA ALBOLINEATA (SilverLeaf Fern). Peagreen foliage with silvery variegations; very distinct. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid. CROWFOOT FERN (Pteris Wimsetti mulliceps). Dark green fronds borne on strong, black stems; the fronds are bunched at the top, with an appearance like a bird's foot. 15 cts. each, postpaid. VICTORIA FERN (Pteris Victoria). The fronds are much divided and marked with white. 15 cts. each, postpaid. PARSLEY FERN (Onychium Japonicum). Finely cut foliage which resembles parsley. 15 cts. each, postpaid. GOLD FERN (Gymnogramma sulphurea). The under side of the fronds seems covered solid with golddust. 20 cts. each, postpaid. BIRD'SEYE FERN (Aspidium Tsussimense). Very dwarf in growth; the fronds have a lace effect and arc profuse in growth. 15 cts. each, postpaid. Japanese t emball Any 3 above 15cent Dwarf Ferns for 40 cts.; any 8 above 15cent kinds for $1, or the entire set of 10 for $1.25, postpaid. 62
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Transcript  £§ ecorative Plants The Conard &Jones Co. FERNS FOR HANGINGBASKETS AND JARDINIERES &• r$ifi %. & wix kj^~ a* $SmV . :%>.yr ft il^^gBg ^M*"" ^^# Asparagus plumosus The magnificent Roosevelt Fern Whitmanii Kern RUNNING FERNS (3 kinds) 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. (See illustration.) 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra sizes, 35 cts. and 50 cts. each, by express. ASPARAGUS SPRENGERI (Emerald Feather). Very valuable for vases and baskets. Makes long, trailing, emerald fronds; very beautiful. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra sizes, 35 cts. and 50 cts. each, by express. CLIMBING FERN (Lygodium Japonicum). A true climber, with beautiful, slender fronds. Grows 8 to 10 feet. A splendid windowplant. 15 cts. each; larger size, 25 cts., postpaid. 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, 65 cts. each; 5inch size, 40 cts. each; 4inch size, 25 cts. each, postpaid. ORNAMENTAL FERNS TEDDY JUNIOR. Has all the valuable characteristics of the Roosevelt Fern, but it produces shorter fronds in great quantities. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra size, 50 cts., bv express. ROOSEVELT FERN. Resembles the Boston Fern, but produces twice as many wide, drooping fronds, and the pinna? are beautifully undulated. (See illustration.) 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; extra size, 50 cts., by express. Amerpohli (The Philadelphia Lace Fern). Each broad, graceful frond seems like a piece of delicate lace. 20 and 35 cts. each, postpaid; larger sizes, 50 cts. and $1, each, 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, 50 cts. and 75 cts. each, by express. Newport Fern (Scotti). Resembles the Boston Fern, but grows more erect, has shorter, narrower fronds. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid; larger size, 50 cts., by express. Scholzeli. The crested dwarf Scotti Fern. The plant has a fluffy crested appearance much like the OstrichPlume Ferns. 15c. and 25c. each, postpaid; larger size, 50c. each, by express. Whitmanii. (See illustration.) Fronds wide, graceful, dense and feathery. 15c. and 25c. each, postpaid; larger size, 50c. by exp. DWARFGROWING FERNS FOR FERNDISHES AND TABLE DECORATION CRESTED HOLLY FERN (Cryptomium Rochefordianum). Fronds are green and deeply toothed. (See cut, page 63.) 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid. PTERIS WILSONI. Fronds like crested seaweed. 15c. and 25c. each, ppd. MAIDENHAIR FERN (Adiantum hybridum). The bestknown table Fern, with dainty, lacy fronds, unlike any other. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid. THE LADY FERN (Polystichum setosum). Erect, feathery growth. 15 cts. each, postpaid. PTERIS CRETICA ALBOLINEATA (SilverLeaf Fern). Peagreen foliage with silvery variegations; very distinct. 15 cts. and 25 cts. each, postpaid. CROWFOOT FERN (Pteris Wimsetti mulliceps). Dark green fronds borne on strong, black stems; the fronds are bunched at the top, with an appearance like a bird's foot. 15 cts. each, postpaid. VICTORIA FERN (Pteris Victoria). The fronds are much divided and marked with white. 15 cts. each, postpaid. PARSLEY FERN (Onychium Japonicum). Finely cut foliage which resembles parsley. 15 cts. each, postpaid. GOLD FERN (Gymnogramma sulphurea). The under side of the fronds seems covered solid with golddust. 20 cts. each, postpaid. BIRD'SEYE FERN (Aspidium Tsussimense). Very dwarf in growth; the fronds have a lace effect and arc profuse in growth. 15 cts. each, postpaid. Japanese t emball Any 3 above 15cent Dwarf Ferns for 40 cts.; any 8 above 15cent kinds for $1, or the entire set of 10 for $1.25, postpaid. 62 
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