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The craftsman
Volume XXVII, Number 5 (February 1915)

Our friends, the plants: how we can grow them and what they can do for us,   pp. 498-507 PDF (3.3 MB)


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THlE CINERARIA, TWO OF WHICH Afl
HERE, SENDS UP MANY STEMS BEE~tyjjfg
FLOWERS WHICH REACH, UNDER PROpu
10 A CIRCUMFERENCE OF FROM SEVEN
NINE INCHES : MOST OF THE COLORS AI
PRIMITIVE, WITH FEW HALF TONES TO
THIEIR BARBARIC SPLENDOR : THEIR GAy
PRESENCE IS ESPECIALLY WELCOME IN
DARK ROOMS, TO BRIGHTEN AN INVALjU
TAPLER OR ADD BEAUTY TO A WINDOW.SJ
"it
CINERAXRIAS ARE TO BE HEARTILY RECOM-
MENDED FOR INDOOR GROWING : THEY
ARE VARIED IN COLOR, EASY TO CARE FOR,
\YRY HARDY AND BLOSSOM THE FIRST
SEASON FROM SEEDS : ONE OF THESE
LOVELY ANNUALS IS SHOWN ABOVE,
ANOTHER AT THE BIGHT.
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S
  THE INDOOR GARDENER FINDS
  IN THE LARGE FAMILY OF
  P'RIMULAS CHARMING FLOWER
  FRIENDS : THEIR STARRY FACES,
  VELVETY STEMS AND sOFT
  GRAY LEAVES BRING A DE-
LIGHTFUL OUTDOOR NOTE INTO
WINTER ROOMS, AND THE
DELICATE pERFUME ADDS TO
THEIR ATTRACTION.
NJ


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