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Cranefield, Frederic (ed.) / Wisconsin horticulture
Vol. I (September 1910/August 1911)

Wisconsin horticulture, vol. 1, no. 2: October, 1910,   pp. [1]-16 PDF (7.6 MB)


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WISCONSIN  HORTICULTURE 
and about twenty-five other memlbers 
from nearby towns whose names can- 
not be recalled. ITnfortunately no 
register was kept. 
  The attendance from the city, from 
Waukesha and towns north and east 
made up an audience qunite equl to 
that at any recent meeting. 
            Premiums - 
  The   following premiums   w(ire 
awarded. Mr. Whitnall   acted  as 
judge of flowers, Mr. I.. (;. lKellogg 
was fruit judge as usual and Messrss. 
Krupa, Smith and l uehne of Lake 
Geneva judged vegetables. 
          Garden Flowers" 
  Akstrs-1st, Mrs. 1 It. Shifildlt 
2nd, John Dupee. 
  Cosnuos-lst. John I)opeev 2nl, W. 
Tooh, & Son. 
  Delphinionis- 1st, John I)upe1e. 
  (lhdioli-lIst., Mallory &  Bridge: 
2i1d, Wil. Toole & Sol). 
  Nasturtioins-2nd, ,loliii Dupne. 
  Petunias (Single)-2no. ,2ndli  )I- 
lee. 
  Phlox (Annual) -2id, John Duiiiue. 
  Phlox (Perennial)--st, White Elul 
Nursery; 21nd, Winl. Toole & Soiui. 
  Sunflowers-2nd, ,Tohn )iUpee. 
  Sweetpeas 1st,  ('has  ,t1 1i-is 
2nd, John Dupee. 
  Stoks -2nd, JhIhn I)upec. 
  Verbelias-2nd, ,lohn 1)upee. 
  Collection Annual Garden Fl'wer,' 
-1st, Mrs. Ir. 1[. Shufeldt. 
           Potted Plants 
  Begonia- 1st, Mrs. 1I. 11. Slu- 
feldt. 
  Asparaguls l ulnlisus-  1st,  Clui. 
Jackson. 
  Asparagus Sprengerii- Ist. Mrs. I1. 
C. Melcher. 
           Wild Flowers 
  (h'dcin Rod- 1st, Mrs. II. C'. NhXl 
cher. 
  Bouquet Wild Flowers-1st, MIs. 
11. C. Meleher. 
  Collection Wild Flowers-1st, Mrs. 
I. C. Melcher. 
              Fruits 
              A.I'PIES. 
  Alexandor-1st, 11. ('. Melbher. 
  Anisim-1st, Dr. T. E. Loope. 
  Astrachan (Red)-1st, Win. Turn- 
bull; 2nd, B. R. Bones. 
  1)uchess-lst, [). E. Bingham; 2nd, 
Dr. T. E. Loope. 
  Lowell-lst, B. R. Bones. 
  Lowland Raspberry-1st, Dr. T. E. 
Loope. 
   Lubsk Qu(ni --st, 1). E. Bing- 
ham; 2nd, A. 1). Brown. 
  McMahan1-1st, It. C. Melcher; 
  2ld, A. I). Brown. 
  Sweet Russett-lst, If. C. Mclvler; 
2nd, 1). E. Bingham. 
  Switzer- st, 1). E. Binghiani. 
  Taiihnan ( Sweet)-1st, L. IT. Palm- 
er. 
  TI'etofski-- st, K  I.  ,nes; 2ndl, 
  II. ('. Melelier. 
  Transparent (Yellow)--st, D. E. 
  Iinghani; 2nl, II. (C. Melcher. 
  Wealthy  1st, 1,. II. 'aliner; 2nld. 
  I tr. T. I:. l.uojpe. 
              , ' tll.ls. 
  I I.vshlop- s, It. E. l3inghiail. 
  T'raInsenIdeIt 1---st, I). E.  BIing- 
Ilalii. 
  W hitnevy- -s(,  k.  ]1.   2hnv ;  rd. 
  It. T. E. fLoope. 
  I)ispliy Crabs--st, IJ. C'. Melcher. 
  I)isplay.v ('hrries --st, A. L. Hatch. 
  I)isplay Pears-lst, B. R. Bones. 
  I)isphiy Plums--1st, A. L. hI'teh 
2il, I). I1'. IBinghluni. 
            Bush Plants 
  Red luspberries1st, 11. C'. ('hri- 
I(llsenl. 
             Vesatables 
  Siip   lBeans- Ist, John I pUee; 
2nid, Geo. Schiinmelpfenning. 
  Bush Liau Beans--lst, John D)iu- 
Iee; 2nd, Mrs. I1. 11. Shufeldt. 
  Turnip  Beets-lst, John Dupec; 
2nld, (Geo. Schimmelpfenning. 
  D)ruimhead Cabbage--st, John Du- 
1poe; 2nd, Mrs. 11. I. Shufeldt. 
  ('abbage and other Variety--st, 
G *eo. Schimmelpfenning. 
  Celery-1st, John Dupee. 
  Sweet Corn-1st, John I)upe. 
  (iceunibers--st, John Dupee; 2nd,. 
Mrs. I. 1. Shufeldt. 
  Head Lettuce--lst, John Dupee. 
  O)nions-1st, Geo. Schimmelpfen- 
ning; 2nd1, A. A. Billings. 
  l'arsnips-1st, John Dupee. 
  Tlomatoes-lst, Mrs. 11. 11. Shu- 
feldt; 2nd, John Dupee. 
  Sweepstakes for largest number 
tst Premiums   on  Vegetables-1st 
John Dupee; 2nd, Geo. Schimmel- 
pfenning; 3rd, Mrs. H. H. Shnfeldt. 
FIRST CLASS NURSERY STOCK 
       IN GREAT VARIETY 
          Consisting of 
FRUIT,    SHADE    AND    ORNA- 
        MENTAL TREES 
  Strawberries, Raspberries, Black- 
berries, Currants, Gooseberries, Grape 
Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, etc. 
  Ornamental and Flowering Shrubs, 
Vines and Perennials. Roses Ever- 
greens etc. 
  If you would like to see a reallp 
good Catalogue we would be glad 
to send you ours. It has more than 
fifty pages and and describes every- 
thing in the plainest langauge with- 
out any extravagant or overdrawn 
descriptions. 
The Coe, Converse 8 Edwards Co. 
  FORT ATKINSON,      WISCONSIN 
    Wisconsin's Largest Nursery 
      JEWELL 
MINNESOTA 
       GROWN 
Nursery Stock 
  Complete assortment of Fruit 
  and Ornamental stock in all 
  varieties suited to northern cul- 
  ture.  A specialty of Hardy 
  Shade Trees, Windbreak Stock, 
  Evergreens (Coniferous), Decid- 
  uous Shrubs, Apples and Na- 
  tive Plums. 
THE JEWELL NURSERY CO. 
   LAKE CITY, MINN. 
1500 Acres       Established 1868 
October 1910 
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