Title: Benton County Nursery Co
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Identifier: bentoncountynurs1944bent (find matches)
Year: 1944 (1940s)
Authors: Benton County Nursery Co; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture), Catalogs; Fruit trees, Catalogs; Plants, Ornamental, Catalogs; Vegetables, Seeds, Catalogs; Flowers, Seeds, Catalogs; Shade trees, Catalogs; Bulbs (Plants), Catalogs
Publisher: Rogers, Ark. : Benton County Nursery Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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Logan Blackcap RASPBERRIES Black Varieties CUMBERLAND—The largest of all the black- caps; coal black berries; very firm and the quality of the very best; excellent shipper. Bush is a strong grower, stocky canes and unusually prolific. Mid-season. - PEARL—Prolong your black raspberry season and make money until the end. The NEW PEARL (late) is an extra large glossy appearing black raspberry of high quality It is very rich in flavor and is a fancy table berry. The plants are strong growers and highly resistant to disease; also easy to grow. NEW LOGAN BLACKCAP—The best depend- able early black raspberry grown. In some localities where it has been grown for the past few years it has almost displaced the other standard varieties. Berries are as large as the Cumberland, bears as heavily and ripens a week ahead of Cumberland. This gives the grower a chance to make some really good money. One of the New Logan's outstanding characteristics is its resistance to mosaic and other rpspberry diseases. We have a fine lot of thrifty plants to offer.
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Perfection CURRANTS The currant is one of the most valuable of the small fruits. They mature just before raspberries and can be used either raw or cooked. Being very hardy, they do not winter kill and are easy of cultivation, requiring little care. They can be grown in any good garden soil. PERFECTION (Red)—This truly wonderful new currant has both large size and extra good quality. Perfectly healthy; a vigorous grow- er, and in fact an extra fine red currant in every way. Widely advertised all over the country. WHITE GRAPE—Very large yellowish white. The finest of the white sorts. Very distinct from White Dutch, having a low spreading habit and dark green foliage. Very produc- Uve. Enjoy Plenty of Ozark BERRIES r re sh from Your Own Garden GROW BERRIES FOR QUICK PROFITS Gentlemen: I recently purchased 15 Chief Rasp- berry plants. I set them in new ground and have raised three hundred plants from Ihem. We have picked 25 quarts of lierries from them and the quality was excellent. I will remember the Benton County Nursery Company when I want more nursery stock. ARCH WOOD, Star Route Dorsey, 111. Purple Varieties SODUS—An excellent home use berry, de- licious for dessert, canning, preserves, jelly, etc. A very large, juicy fruit, a fruit that is easily grown and very hardy, adapted to cold and dry weather; does not have many briars, and yields very heavily. Red Varieties FLAMING GIANT—The largest of all red rasp- berries; a very rank grower, and will pro- duce enormous crops of excellent quality berries. ST. REGIS EVERBEARING—The new everbear- ing variety. It gives a crop of fruit all summer and autumn, fruiting on the old canes in generous quantities until late in August. By this date berries begin to ripen on the young canes and continue until late autumn. Berries are a bright crimson of large size and of surpassing quality, sugary SEE PRICE LIST ATTACHED TO TfflS CATALOG We are unable to supply Currants and Gooseberries this season
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