Wisconsin State Horticultural Society / Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1921
Vol. LI (1921)
Fruits recommended for culture in Wisconsin, pp. -9 PDF (544.1 KB)
S F~IFTY-FIRsT AN NUAL REPORT Op CRABS. Hyslop, Sweet Russett, Virginia, Whitney. PLUMS. Of the classes commonly cultivated, viz.: European, Japanese, Na- tive or American and Hansen Hybirds, the two last named are moat likely to succeed. NATIVE PLUMS. De Soto, Hammer, Hawkeye, Forest Garden, Surprise. HANSEN HYBIRtDS. Hanska, Opata, Sapa. EUROPEAN PLUMS. (Not recommended for general cultivation.) Damson, Green Gage, Lombard, Moore's Arctic. JAPAN PLUMS. (Not recommended for general cultivation.) Burbank. CHERRIES. Early Richmond, Montmorency. GRAPES. Brighton (Red), Concord (Black), Delaware (Red), Diamond (Green), Moore's Early (Black), Niagara (Green), Winchell (Green Mountain (Green), Worden (Black). BLACKBERRIES. Eldorado, Snyder. STRAWBERRIES. Varieties starred have imperfect flowers and must not be planted alone. Aroma, Bubach, Dr. Burrill, Dunlap, Gandy, Glen Mary, *Haverland, Sample, Splendid *Warfleld. FALL BEARING STRAWBERRIES. Progressive, Superb. TWO VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES FOR FARM GARDEN. Dunlap, *Warheid.
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