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Identifier: gardenerschronic13lond
Title: The Gardeners' chronicle : a weekly illustrated journal of horticulture and allied subjects
Year: 1874 (1870s)
Subjects: Ornamental horticulture Horticulture Plants, Ornamental Gardening
Publisher: London : [Gardeners Chronicle]
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

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en Rollers, Water Barrows,Wheelbarrows, Garden Tools, Summer Houses, Sun Dials,Fancy Wirework, Birdcages, Hammocks, and all kinds ofGarden Furniture at lowest marked prices. Catal g^uespost-free. PANKLIBANON COMPANY, 56, BAKER STREET. W. FRENCH GREENHOUSE BUNDS, Made of Wood and Iron only. M EDALS AWARDED Paris, 1878, 1876, 1865, 1862 ;Marseilles, 1866 ; Bordeau.x, i860, &c. SOLE AGENTS for GREAT BRITAIN, W. RICHARDSON & CO., North of England Horticultural Works, DARLINGTON. PLANT PROTECTORS Are now required for Hardening-off Bedding Plants, for Grow-ing tender Spring Salads, for Relieving Ciowded Greenhouses,&c The most complete made, as sh- wn on illustration, withStrong wood sides, fixed together by bedding to strong cast-irongirders, which carry the lights in such a manner that they willeasily turn quite over, allowing free access. Painted three coatsof best paint, glazed with 21 oz liriti?.h Sheet Glass, complete,ready for use, easily put together, and quite portable.

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^S,^^^ View of the 6 feet X 4 feet size.Cash Prices, Carriage paid to any Railway Station inEngland and Wales, also to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, andBelfast, and including Packing-cases ;— Ends per pair extra. 6 feet long, 3 feet wide12 feet long, 3 feet wide .. 38 6 feet long. 4 feet wide .. 29 12 feet long. 4 feet wide .. 48 72 feet long, 5 feet wide .. 5 15 12 feet lung, 6 feet wide ..76 Several may be placed together, and only one pair of endsrequired. Descriptive LISTS post-free. BOULTON AND PAUL. Norwich. RCHID BASKETS (great reduction in).— Teakwood Rods, rounded edges, made with strong copperor galvanised wire. Every kind made for growing Orchids, al50 per cent, less than usually charged. Sample sent carriagefree on receipt of twelve stamps. TEAK RODS supplied, prfrpared and drilled, ready for making up. ALFRED GRANT and CO.. Steam Works. 39K. LeatherLane, London, E.G. IVIREWORK SUMMER HOU^ES^ (with Zinc or Trellis TopsX

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bookid:gardenerschronic13lond bookyear:1874 bookdecade:1870 bookcentury:1800 booksubject:Ornamental_horticulture booksubject:Horticulture booksubject:Plants__Ornamental booksubject:Gardening bookpublisher:London____Gardeners_Chronicle_ bookcontributor:UMass_Amherst_Libraries booksponsor:Boston_Library_Consortium_Member_Libraries bookleafnumber:649 bookcollection:umass_amherst_libraries bookcollection:blc bookcollection:americana BHL Collection

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