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J. & P. Modern Perennials 

Gain a Year— Plant This Fall / 

OW is the ideal time to order and arrange to plant many of the fine¢newer Perennial 
Flowers, whose roots will become established yet this fall and be ready/for, robust growth 
the minute the frost leaves the ground in the spring. These are the“days ‘when it is so 

seesonsrn RET set oe Eagar 

Desirable Divine 

J. & P: Giant Double Delphiniums 

[Rest in height and habit, these gorgeous new American Hybrid 
Delphiniums have been hybridized and developed in the rigorous 
climate of northern New York to be truly hardy, disease-resistant, 
uniform in growth, truly perennial. They have stiff, wiry stems just the 
right height and will produce several fine spikes per plant. Every plant 
you receive has shown its vigor by living through the extreme winter of 
1939 in our open fields at Newark, New York, and proved its perform- 
ance in the glorious display of over 300,000 plants in bloom this summer. 
If the spikes are cut close to the ground after blooming next June, you 
may have as many as three flowering periods in a season. Order liberally 
at these low prices, and your plants will be nicely established in early 

~All Plants in This Folder Sent Prepaid 

Jackson &@ Perkins 


Dauntless Debutante 

Nurserymen . . . . 



easy to see older plants which have outlived their usefulness, and voids to be ‘filled>«., 

In these pages are those vari- 
eties which do best when 
planted in the fall, or are 
capable of fall transplanting 
when it is so much easier to 

of habit, height, color, and 
succession of bloom. All field- 
grown plants. 

An Epoch in 

Long years of earnest, faithful 
effort in the J. & P. Research 
Dept. have been rewarded at last 
with fruition of our dream and 
ambition—a new race of Giant 
Hybrid Delphiniums, with all- 
out-at-once 100%-double florets, 
true separate colors and superb 
masses of bloom, on _ strong, 
wiry, wind-resistant spikes. 

Six Exquisite Colors 

Mauvy-Lavender, compact spikes; extends season by 
blooming two weeks later than Divine. Many 4-ft. spikes. 


Clear, sparkling White in exquisite contrast to the blues and 
other July flowers; also lovely by itself. Height, 4 ft. 


Definitely Blue, the ‘‘deeper’’ Delphinium blue heretofore 
difficult to get and keep—but here it is, and it will last. The 
color may vary a trifle. Height, 4 ft. 


Deep Violet with white eye—the distinctive violet purple 
brings a royal note and rich accent to the garden, and the 
color holds. Height, 41% ft. 

Rose-Mauve, wide-based pyramidal spikes on stately 
plants especially tall, 5 to 51% ft. high. 

Each Variety Above: 60c ea.; 3 of a kind for $1.50; 10 0fa 
kind for $4; 25 of a kind for $8.75; 100 of a kind for $35 


New for 1941—Limited Quantity Now Ready 

The true Delphinium Light Blue, enchanting in its loveli- 
ness. The double flowers are closely held on 4 ft. spikes, and 
the side spikes follow to give a long period of bloom. Height, 
4 ft. Besure to include Enchantment. 75c each; 3 for $1.85; 
10 for $5.50. 

Delphinium Palette—All Six Colors Above 
6 Plants, 1 of Each : 
Group No. 75 (value $3.75) for only.... $3 

24 Plants, 4 of each 
Group No. 76 (value $12.47) foronly.. $10 



plan harmonious arrangement™ 

Belladonna Delphinium 
Velvet Blue Cave 

For years we have been seeking a healthy garden form of the Blue Cave color, and 
confidently offer this, which we first introduced in the spring 1940 plantings. A rich 
purple-blue Delphinium of Belladonna type with glorious, mildew-resistant dark 
green foliage and a free, branching habit. Very free blooming. The best of the deep- 
colored Belladonnas. Height, 4 ft. 3 for $1. 

Clividen Beauty 

This choice variety is an outstanding form of the delightful airy Belladonna in a 
beautiful shade of true Delphinium light blue. You can hardly believe the 
wonders it will do for your garden—a bit of heaven among your flowers. Grows to 
4 ft. 3 for 85c. 

Delphinium, Pink Sensation 

(Spring Delivery Only) $1 each; 3 for $2.50; 12 for $10. 

Pink Sensation is the only true pink perennial Delphinium in existence. Moreover, 
a plant that lives up to the highest standards of strength, hardiness, and prolific 
growth. Reaching a height of 3% ft. with numerous laterals, it continuously throws 
out new spikes of a lovely airy pink, giving as many as four flowering periods in a 
season. An exquisite contribution to bouquets. Jackson & Perkins are proud to 
have been selected by the great Dr. Ruys of Holland, its originator, to distribute 
this enchanting new Delphinium in the U.S. If desired, we will accept your order 
now at next year’s new low price, to be sure of delivery to plant in the spring. 

Pink Sensation 

E & rl ( : r S a nth Se mM U mM S Even now, these glorious flowers would be 
blooming in your own garden had you 

planted them last fall, or early this spring. 

Tce Rae eee : . Tremendous advances have been made in 
fininodiately. ‘alter sbamag planted eaad creating new strains of Hardy Garden Chrysanthemums, both to advance the blooming 
easily establish themselves to withstand dates and to increase hardiness. The varieties we offer are so satisfactory that fall is a 
the winter, with only slight care in fine time to plant, and you will have bigger, huskier plants that will reward your 

mulching with hay or straw the first i n° 4 
winter, {hic Saag icisoeition dusk whens attention now with more and better blooms next August and September. 

each of these fine varieties will look best 
in your garden. Algonquin Lavender Lady 
re : A radiant, double, yellow, 3-in. flower which is This new and beautifully shaped lavender-pink 

borne freely from early September on. Fine, clean Chrysanthemum simply must grace your garden 

foliage. Grows to 30 in. in height. The best of our It is stately in form and appearance, and its lovely 
early yellow double varieties—a delight in garden color is rare:zThe flowers/are 4in sncrossmandere 

or vase. 3 for 90c. equally effective in daylight or under electric 

Cl C : R b {| lights. Three of them make a bouquet. Blooms 
ara Curtis ( uve um) begin the end of September. Grows to 24 in. in 
Here’s a charming new type of hardy Chrysanthe- height. 3 for $1. 
mum with lovely masses o 3-in., single, rosy pink 
flowers starting in early August. The blooms 
carry on through frost until very severe weather. DWARF BEDDING (CUSHION) 
Beautiful for mass planting, and they keep in- 
definitely as cut-flowers. Delightfully fragrant. 
Well rounded bish 20 in: hall.03 for ‘$i: Pygmy Gold 
A golden yellow carpet! This is one of our favor- 
Early Bronze ’ ites. It blooms from August to frost, and has 
A very long-lasting, double, bronze, semi- small, double, pompon flowers in successive 
pompon flower that is tops for garden and cut- masses. Grows 18 in. tall, and the shoots are 
flower use. Anxious to please, it begins blooming plenty long for cutting. 3 for 75c. 
the end of August. Grows 24 in. tall. 3 for 65c. 
Manantico Pink Cushion 
An early, red, semi-double flower that is un- A wide favorite, wonderful for garden effects. 
usually bright and effective. It blooms from early Plants are rounded like a true cushion, and each 
September until frost. Plant grows 18 in. tall. bears hundreds of double flowers, starting the end 
Animates every dreary fall day! Very decorative, of August. Lovely along driveways or in borders. 
both in the house and out. 3 for 90c. : Grows 20 in. tall. 3 for 75c. 

Special Chrysanthemum Collections 

; Group No. 80 Group No. 81 Group No. 82 

For Cut Flowers and The All ColorCollection Colorful Bedding Plants 
Garden Display 6 Plants, 1 each of for Floral Carpets 
Algonquin, yellow 
6 Plants, 2 each of Early Bronze, Lavender August to October 

Algonquin, yellow Lady, Manantico, red 6 Plants, 3 each of 
Clara Curtis, pink Clara Curtis, pink, and Pink Cushion and 
Lavender Lady, lavender Pygmy Gold Pygmy Gold 

(Val 2.30 ¢ 
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Lavender Lady 

More Favorites for Fall Planting 

OON come those lovely mornings with the fall feel in the air, when all mortals blessed with 
“oreen fingers’ again feel the irresistible urge to plant. And what could be more pleasing 
to Mother Nature, for Autumn is the ideal time of year to plant some of the finest Peren- 

nial Flowers which will remain to grace your garden for many years. 

For well-established borders and beds next spring and summer, we have included in this selected 
list those which by experience have been proved to benefit from planting in the fall. As ex- 
perienced gardeners know, much time is thus saved. In spring, a thousand different tasks press 
for immediate attention. Now, you not only put the plants in weak spots still fresh in memory 
from studying the summer and fall bloom, but you also insure robust, well-developed plants 
with no open spaces even the first season. Here is your answer to the problem of bulb shortages 
this fall. 

Fall plants should be mulched preferably with straw or marsh hay so the ground is covered, to prevent alternate 
thawing and freezing. Complete, simple instructions for planting and care will be sent gladly, with your order. 
If followed, we guarantee results and will replace next spring what plants you were unsuccessful in wintering. 

We are proud of this new race of Hardy Geums introduced by 
J. & P. Spring blooming, they may be planted in either sun or 

@ u m S half shade. The flowers are larger and long lasting; the foliage is 
lustrous green all summer. Favored for boutonnieres. Easy to 
grow, invaluable for borders, beds and rockeries. Plant now for a 
glorious display next May and June. 

Fire Opal 

A recent introduction, and a 
worthy one! Dazzling scar- 
let-bronze, unexcelled for 
late spring. The flowers are 
large. Very free blooming— 
more flowers keep appearing 
all summer. 40c ea.; 3 for $1. 

Princess Juliana 

Masses of pure orange- 
yellow flowers from May- 
June, the largest blooms of 
this hardy Geum group. 
Invaluable for the spring 
flowers; effective all summer 
with its rich dark green 
foliage and occasional 
blooms. 40c ea.; 3 for $1. 

Fire Opal 


Bristol Fairy 

This tall-growing, double white Baby’s 
Breath is a joy in any garden—gives a 
a lacy pattern that can’t be obtained in 
any other way. Blooms start in June. 
Plants grow 20 to 24 in. high and about 
the same width. 

Rosy Veil ¢ Repens 

A lower-growing, double Baby’s Breath 
which forms a heavy mat of double 
pink flowers from which many bouquets 
can be made. Blooms during June and 
July, with a few blooms in the fall. 
Height, about 18 in. 

Either of Above: 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25 

Three Geums 
Group No. 83 

Red Wings 

New for 1941 — brilliant 
strawberry-red with yel- 
low anthers. Now we have a 
bright red in this new group. 
Very free flowering; rich 
dark green foliage all sum- 
mer. 2 ft. blooms June-July 
and intermittently all sum- 
mer. 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25. 

Helenium, Chippersfield Orange 

An orange-red and yellow hue in one of the gayest of all 

3P lants, fall flowers! Striking in bouquets and longlasting in the 

1 of each of the 3 
fine colors above 
(Value $1.30) 

mee $115 3 for $1. 

Summer Gold 
(Hardy Zinnia) 

This is the first year we have offered 
this fine new variety. One of the most 
effective summer flowering plants that 
bring a bright and cheery spot of rich 
gold which never fails to attract atten- 
tion—at a season when many gardens 
need more color. The picture at right 
shows just a few plants at one corner of 
the test block in our nursery fields this 
summer. The excellent daisy-like semi- 
double flowers are 4 in. across, borne 
very profusely from June till frost. 
They last a long time in bouquets. 
After first bloom the plants should be 
cut back immediately for another crop 
which repeats very quickly. 3 ft. 

3 for $1; 10 for $2.50 

garden. A special virtue is restrained growth of not over 4 ft. 
rather than to reach the very tall stages of the old-fashioned 
varieties. They bloom profusely in August and September. 


eee arane s, Negeos ee” 3G oe 
Summer Gold—-Hardy Zinnia 

Heuchera ° Coral Bells 
. New fi 
Matin Belles “i947” 
Be sure to include some of these fine plants in 
your order this fall. A real advance of which we 
are proud—very free blooming with larger, deep 
rosy pink bells on fine flower stalks for six weeks. 
Dainty in bouquets; the flowers keep very well. 

Blooms from late spring into July. Beautiful 
foliage all summer. 18 in. 

Queen of Hearts 1940" 

Much larger bells and a deeper red than the 
popular Rain of Fire. Wonderful at the front of 
the border and in the rock garden. You may also 
wish to grow some separately for cutting. 
Either of Above: 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25; 
10 for $3.50 

Physalis ¢ Giant Chinese Lantern 
Giant Globe 

You have longed to grow the giant Chinese 
Lanterns sold by florists. Here is the plant you 
want, doing well in poor soil and unused portion 
of the garden and should be so placed; lanterns 
almost twice as large. 3 for 85c. 

Golden Queen 

Another flower which has gained real popularity 
in recent years, possessing many of the desired 
features of Ranunculus but perfectly hardy and 
far easier to grow. For sheer, lovely gold, nothing 
quite equals Trollius Golden Queen. Quite tall, 
almost 30 in. Plant in semi-shaded ground which 
remains fairly damp. Blooms prolifically in July. 
50c ea.; 3 for $1.25; 10 for $3.50 

Lythrum ¢ Salicaria 

Th B New for 

@ Deacon 1941 

Here is another new introduction for 1941 we 
especially urge you to plant this fall so as to get 
full enjoyment from the established plants in 
your garden next summer. Much more showy 
than the older Lythrum Rosea used so much in 
mass plantings in spite of not having a clear color. 
The neat long-lasting clear deep carmine-red 
flowers are borne on large spikes, followed with 
side spikes almost to the ground. Very versatile, 
thriving equally in wet semi-shade and open, dry, 
sunny locations. 31% to 4 ft. Blooms continuously, 
July to frost. 

50c ea.; 3 for $1.25; 10 for $3.50 

Blue Spire 

Very desirable deep blue spikes in early summer 
and repeats later if cut off after the first bloom. 
An improved variety and seedling of V. subsessilis. 
Blooms well every year. 24 in. 3 for 75c. 

Vinca Minor 


A far superior form of one of the most popular 
ground covers for banks, shady or unsightly 
spots, with repeating blooms of Alice-blue 
flowers, and much larger flowers than old 
varieties. Most satisfactory of all flowering 
ground-cover plants; the foliage is always clean, 
never rusting or turning brown. 

10 for $2; 100 for $18 

The Beacon 

All J. & P. Modern 
Perennials Are Guaranteed 

Special Values That Bring Double Rewards to Gardeners 

Who Are Foresighted Enough to Plant This Fall 

N addition to the many special group offers on other pages of this folder, here are more specially selected 
assortments, every one of which will add to your garden pleasure next year. All are recommended for 
the favorable fall planting season, for you to have earlier, larger and more bloom in 1941 than if you waited 

till spring to plant. 

Group No. 84 

J. & P. Garden Masterpieces 
for All-Summer Outdoor Display and Plenty of 
Gorgeous Bouquets 

3 Aster, Gayborder Blue—Blue—September 

3 Aster, Mount Everest—White—September 

3 Aster, Beechwood Challenger—Red—September 

3 Aster, Frikarti—Blue-lavender—August 

3 Chrysanthemum, Clara Curtis—Pink—August 

3 Chrysanthemum, Algonquin—Yellow—September 

3 Chrysanthemum, Lavender Lady—Lavender—September 
3 Geum, Fire Opal—Scarlet-bronze—May-June 

3 Geum, Red Wings—Strawberry-red— May-June 

3 Helenium, Chippersfield Orange—Orange-red—September 

3 Heliopsis, Summer Gold—Rich gold—June 
3 Lythrum, The Beacon—Carmine-red—July 
3 Veronica, Blue Spire—Deep blue—June-August 

Plants in all 
39 (Value $13.65) fOnee rE $11.95 : 

Group No. 85 
A Bright Border All Season 

3 Geum, Princess Juliana—Spring 

3 Heliopsis, Summer Gold—Summer 
3 Aster, Frikarti—Late summer 

3 Chrysanthemum, Clara Curtis—Fall 
3 Aster, Gayborder Blue—Late fall 

1 5 Plants in all 

(Value $5.50) for 

Group No. 86 

The Red, White and Blue Fall Asters 

3 each of Beechwood Challenger, 
Mount Everest and Gayborder Blue 
Plants in all 

(Value $3.25) for 

For A More Complete List to Aid in Your Plans This Winter for Adding Other Modern Perennials 
in Your Spring Plantings, Write for Our Free 1941 Spring Catalog, Ready to Mail in January. 

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Hardy Asters 

(Michaelmas Daisies) 

Beechwood Challenger 

A new and finer red Aster, clearest in color—deep 
strawberry with bright yellow center disc. Grows 
vigorously to about 4 ft., and blooms in September. 
You will love it all fall for its remarkable gaiety 
and brilliance. 3 for $1. 


Light blue-lavender flower accentuated with a 
prominent yellow disc—it’s the long cherished 
Aster, Wonder of Staefa. Provides a colorful spot 
in your garden from early August until frost. 
Perfect for cutting, too. Flowers are 3 in. across; 
plant is 2% ft. tall. An outstanding novelty. 
50c ea.; 3 for $1.25. 

Gayborder Blue 

This decorative Aster is most suitably named, for 
it is a clear, intense blue and has a bright yellow 
eye. The individual flowers are large and add 
infinitely to the effect of both garden and bouquets. 
It’s No. 1 for general usefulness. Open, pleasing 
habit of growth—5 ft. plants. Blooms middle of 
September. 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25. 

Harrington's Pink 

This lovely clear salmon-pink form of our 
Novae-Anglae Aster is the result of a lifetime of 
selection and hybridizing. But it was worth all the 
time and effort—a fact which you will appreciate 
once you have it in your garden! Clean dark green 
foliage. Plants grow 414 ft. 3 for $1. 

Mount Everest 

This new white Aster is everything its name sug- 
gests—clean and neat in appearance; grows in tall, 
well-shaped, pointed pyramids, with abundant 
lateral growth flowering right down to the ground. 
It’s a delightfully refreshing flower—the finest of 
the whites. Ultimate height, 4 ft. 3 for $1. 

Strawberries and Cream 

An outstanding novelty. Flowers first appear as a 
deep pink with golden eye, softening in tint as 
blossoms open. Contributes the gentle, yet precise 
color needed to blend in so many gardens. Height, 
4 ft. 3 for $1. 

Now is a splendid time to observe the need for color where Fall Asters are 
ideal. And it is the ideal season to order and plant, for a prolific mass of 
garden color and an abundance of cut flowers next fall. From the rampant 
wild Asters of the fields, patient horticultural skill has brought to American 
gardens these modern beauties, so easy to grow, with immense flowers and 
brilliant colors for a splendid autumn display and pleasing cut flower 
arrangements. You cannot fully appreciate them until you grow them. 

Sunset Glow 

The deep rich pink of the afterglow of a fall sunset, 
this beautiful Aster gives you positive color wher- 
ever you need it—a very useful variety. Compact in 
habit. Grows to 3% ft. Be first to have this delight- 
ful new Aster—you will enjoy it tremendously. 
50c each; 3 for $1.25. 

Novae Belgae, Blue Gown 

New for 1941—Autumn is the time for color in the 
garden and the blue colors are supplied by the 
modern fall asters. Blue Gown is tall growing, 5 ft., 
arching, branched and has masses cf large dark 
blue flowers. It has the Climax habit and blooms 
later than most, beginning after September 15. 
Finest of the lates. 75c ea.; 3 for $1.85. 

For best results with the tall varieties, 
limit each plant to one or two good shoots. 


Lilac Time 

A fine addition to the introductions of recent years. 
Compact rounded bush, with beautiful soft lilac- 
blue flowers. Grows to 24 in. 


Exquisite ball-shaped plant, covered with sparkling 
flowers of purest white with bright yellow centers. 
Grows to 15 in. high. 

Gayborder Blue 

Special Groups 
| to Save YouTimeandMoney 
! Hardy Asters 
Group No.77# Plants, 
(Value $1.60) for pate 2h $ 4.25 


Rose-pink buds unfold into delightful, bright lilac- 
pink flowers. Charming, feathery plant—grows to 
18 in. high. 

Each Variety Above: 3 for 65c; 10 for $2 

Beechwood Challenger, Har- 
rington’s Pink, Mt. Everest, 
Strawberries and Cream—red, 
salmon-pink, white, deep pink. 

Dwarf Aster Special 

Group No. 78 § Plants, 
of all Medium and Tall 

Varieties at left (Value 
$3.85) for only $3.10 

9 Plants, 3 of 
Group No. 19 each of the above $1 80 

fine varieties (Value $1.95) for.... 

Pyrethrum, Pink Bouquet 
New in 1940 

Originated in Our Own Nurseries 

So you may enjoy this wonderful novelty at its best next summer, we 
have gone to special pains to dig and pot up selected plants for your 
garden, to be sure you can transplant safely this fall and we can 
guarantee your plants will live and bloom; we are not offering Pyre- 
thrum plants for fall transplanting except in pots. 

Here is the exquisite new double pink Painted Daisy you have long wanted, with 
from five to eight large 4-in. flowers to a stem! Unlike so many varieties, the petals 
stand straight out and the stems upright in all kinds of weather. The outer petals a 
deep rosy pink, with centers soft pink. Pyrethrums have enjoyed greatly increased 
popularity in the past-few years, and such a greatly improved variety as Pink 
Bouquet bids fair to win even wider favor. Hardy and easy to grow, colorful in the 
border, splendid for bouquets. The blooms come in May and last through June. 
30 in. stems. 
65c ea.; 3 for $1.75; 10 for $5.50; 100 for $45. 


J.&P. Perennial 
| Phlox 

(CUMS of three or more give zest to a border 
and in masses they produce summer color that 
is unexcelled. A “must” in any well-ordered 
garden. We particularly recommend these 1940 
introductions, as well as the selected favorites 
below. It is an excellent plan to transplant in fall. 

Blue Boy 

The best deep blue Phlox ever produced, free blooming; large indi- 
vidual flowers. Growth is low and bushy—about 24 in. 

Harvest Fire 

A rare beauty; mammoth salmon-orange heads branching from the 
bottom; large individual flowers. The cleanest, healthiest foliage we 
know. Long period of bloom. 30 in. 

Salmon Beauty 

Rich salmon-pink with large white eye. Soft in tone, yet.positive in 
effect. 30 in. 

Each of Above Varieties: 40c ea.; 3 for $1; 10 for $2.50 

Special Offer—A lll Three 

9 Plants, 3 of each of above 

Group No. 87 (Value $3.00) postpaid 
for only 



Selected Favorites for Your Enjoyment 

Albert Leo Schlageter—Brilliant scarlet-red. 

Daily Sketch—Large, light salmon-pink; crimson eye. 
George Stipp—Salmon. 

Le Mahdi—Purple. 

Mia Ruys—Pure white. 

Mrs. Harding—Glowing salmon. 

Painted Lady—Peach-pink with deeper eye. 
Tigress—Bright orange-scarlet. 

Each of Above Favorites: 3 for 65c; 6 for $1.25; any 100 for $15 

J.&P. Quality Peony Roots 

Heese Peony division we send out is unusually generous in size, specially selected from healthy, thrifty 3-year-old plants in 
the fields, to give you the strongest, most satisfactory divisions, with plenty of roots. Each division has 3 to 5 or more strong 
eyes. All are sent prepaid. 

(The number in parentheses indicates the impartial rating of Peony Specialists whose scale runs from 1 to 10—the ultimate in perfection, not yet attained by any 

variety, would be 10.) 
Late, Double 

Blue Boy 

Special—Rainbow Phlox Collection 
11 Plants, 1 of each of the choice 

Group No. 88 varieties on this page. 
(Value $3.20) for only 

Early, Double 

Edulis Superba (7.6) Soft mauve pink, silver 
sheen; crown type; fragrant. 35c ea.; 3 for 85c; 
10 for $2.25. 

Festiva Maxima (9.3) Magnificent white, 
flecked crimson; rose type. 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25; 
10 for $3.50. 

Mons. Jules Elie (9.3) Glossy lilac-rose, bomb 
type. 75c ea.; 3 for $1.85; 10 for $5.50. 

Richard Carvel (8.8) Bright crimson; one of 
the few sweet-scented reds. 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25; 
10 for $3.50. i 



—everything you get from 
J. & P. is guaranteed by 
us—see inside pages. 


Red Peonies All Season 

Richard Carvel, Longfellow, 
Louis Van Houtte 

No. 89 3 Roots, 1 of Each (Value $1.75).. $1.50 
No. 90 9 Roots, 3 of Each (Value $4.35).. $4.00 

All These Plants and Roots Are Sent Prepaid 

Jackson & Perkins Co. 


Midseason, Double 

Karl Rosenfield (8.8) Striking, velvety dark 
crimson; semi-rose type. 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25; 
10 for $3.50. 

Longfellow (9.0) Large; bright crimson, 
accented with golden-yellow stamens near 
center. 75c ea.; 3 for $1.85; 10 for $5.50. 

Therese (9.8) Enormous; long petals, translucent 
old-rose pink; profuse. $1.00 ea.; 3 for $2.50; 
10 for $7.00. 

Walter Faxon (9.3) Bright rosy-pink, semi-rose 
type. $1.00 ea.; 3 for $2.50; 10 for $7.00. 


No. 91 

Albert Crousse (8.6) Large; soft shell-pink; 
outstanding. 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25; 10 for $3.50. 

Couronne d’Or (8.1) Immense white, with 
crimson blotch; very late. 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25; 
10 for $3.50. 

Louis Van Houtte (6.9) Fine dark crimson; 
very double. 50c ea.; 3 for $1.25; 10 for $3.50. 

Sarah Bernhardt (9.0) Large; dark rose-pink, 
edged lighter. 75c ea.; 3 for $1.85; 10 for $5.50. 

Pink Peonies All Season 
Mons. Jules Elie, Therese, 

Albert Crousse 

3 Roots, 1 of Each (Value $2.25).. $1.85 
No. 92 9 Rocts, 3 of Each (Value $5.60).. $5.00 

Order Early 

—so we may send your 

plants at the most favor- 
able time for planting in 
your garden.