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SUPERB NEW DAHLIAS.
J. M. THORBURN & Co.
15 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK, AND ASTORIA, L. l.,
Beg to offer the following select and fine Dahlias-strong, growing plants of which are now ready for delivery—and packed to go any reasonable distance. Captivator, (Brown) dark puce, distinctly shaded with bright
crimson-splendid form and constant, 4 feet high, Essez Goldfinch, (Turville,) red, curiously mottled with clear yellow and purple-extra fancy flower, 4 feet,
1 50 Esser Canary, (Turville,) pale yellow, novel and good, 4 feet, 1 50 Fulwood Scarlet, (Techay,) beautiful form and color, 5 feet, 2 00 Fantasii, (Milliez,) yellow, edged with scarlet, cupped, beautiful fancy variety, 4 feet,
1 50 Golden Souvenir, (Schmitz,) golden yellow, extra fine, 4 feet, 1 00 Lady Stopford, (Trentfield,) rosy lake, extra fine, 4 feet,
1 50 Marchioness of Cornwallis, (Whale,) blush white, superbly cupped, constant, extra fine, 4 feet,
2 00 Marquess of Ailesbury, (Sparry,) purple, very deep, superb show flower, 5 feet,
1 50 Mrs. Keynes, (Milliez,) rosy salmon, extra fine, 4 feet,
1 50 Magician, (Turner,) orange, novel and pretty, 5 feet,
1 50 Mrs. Caudle, (Turner,) light orange, very fine, 4 feet,
1 50 Princesse Radzville, (Gaines,) white, with bright carmine edge,
neat medium-sized flower, considered the finest Dahlia exhibited in England last season, 4 feet,
2 00 Schone Erfurteren, (Schmidt,) blush white, fine circular form, constant, extra fine, 4 feet,
I 50 Queen of Violets, (Keynes,) novel, violet purple, excellent, 5 feet, 1 50
s General catalogue of Dahlias, for 1847-ready 15th April.
LEVESON GOWER Rose, A few strong plants, on their own roots, of this NEW AND SUPERB Bourbon Rose, are ready--price $2 each. It is of a light, clear carmine, resembling in appearance “ Sourenir de la Malmaison.” Also, Eugene Jovin,-a beautiful blush tea, of good size, cupped and highly scented, price $1 50. L'Eclair de Jupiler-Noisette, $1, a free grower, and of a high scarlet color. Although not a new variety, it is among the most beautiful of Roses.-All Roses cultivated as above are on their own bottoms ; budding not permitted.
Astoria, March 25, 1847.
NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES OF FRUITS.
HOVEY & Co. CAMBRIDGE NURSERIES, NEAR BOSTON, MASS. RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of amateur cultivators to their immense collection of Fruits, embracing every variety to be obtained in Europe, selections of which were made from the English, Scotch and Continenial nurseries, in the autumn of 1844, during a personal visit, and other new and rare kinds, since received from their established correspondents in London, Paris and Brussels. No pains or expense have been spared to render their collection unequalled in the Pomological department, both in extent and variety; and specimen trees of every kind are planted out, thus affording an opportunity to inspect the fruit as the trees are yearly coming into bearing.
20,000 Pear trees, on both the quince and pear, are now ready for sale; and, in addition to the established and well known sorts, the following very rare kinds are now offered,--several of them for the first time in the country.
PEARS. LANGELIER's BEURRE.—Raised or introduced to notice by M. Langelier, who first introduced Van Mons Leon le Clerc. He describes it “perfectly melting, ripe in January, larger than the Napoleon, trees very vigorous, and one of the best flavored in cultivation, otherwise it would not be recommended by him." The original trees cost one guinea each, and fine young trees are now offered at $2 each.
JERSEY GRATIOLI.- Described by Mr. Thompson to have a “melting flesh, like honey, exceedingly rich ;, in its decay, not becoming mealy or insipid, but still retains its honied nature : ripe in October.” Highly esteemed in Jersey, where it is considered the “ finest pear ever met with.” Fine trees, $2 each.
VICOMPTE DE SPOELBERCH.—Raised by Van Mons, and described by himself as one of his finest seedlings. $ 1 each.
EPISCOPAL.—Raised by M. Bougere, near Lyons : a highly recommended, very late pear: May to June. $ 1 each.
Hill's Fall Butter.-Originated in Ohio. Fruit medium size, with a white, highly perfumed, buttery flesh. $1 each.
Hull.–An American seedling of high reputation. Fruit exhibited in 1843. Ripening in September. $ 1 each.
Locke.—A first rate American pear, ripening in November and December. $1 each.
Oliver's Russet.-Another fine American seedling, exhibited in 1843, and pronounced "equal in flavor to the Seckel.” Ripe in October. $1 each.
DUNMORE, KNIGHT's MONARCH, VAN Mons LEON LE CLERO, SIEULLE, STONE, (of Ohio,) &c., with other very new kinds. Trees of various size from $1 to $2 each.
APPLES. BROADWELL.-A very superior sweet apple, large and handsome, keeping till May. 50 cts. each.
Orne.-A very fine early apple, yellow and excellent, coming in just before the Porter. 50 cts. each.
NORTHERN Spy.-A large and superior apple, keeping till May. 50 cts.
LINCOLN.-A new fruit from Maine, ripe before the Porter; of medium size, yellow, and of superior quality. 50 cts.
NEW AND CHOICE FLOWER SEEDS,
COMPRISING ASSORTMENTS OF SUPERB GERMAN ASTERS, DOUBLE BALSAMS, 10 WEEK STOCKS, DOUBLE HOLLYHOCKS, ROCKET LARKSPURS, &c.
FOR SALE BY
HOVEY & Co.
7 Merchants Row, near State Street, Boston. In presenting to the public our Catalogue of Seeds for 1847, we embrace the opportunity to state, that our collection is the largest and most extensive in the country, comprising, in addition to all the fine kinds of our own growth, every new and rare kind to be obtained in London, amounting, in all, to upwards of 600 species and varieties. The following list of beautiful and choice kinds is subjoined :
ASSORTMENTS TO BE HAD IN SEPARATE PACKAGES. 8 splendid varieties of Double German Asters,
50 cts. 8
of Double Balsams, 8
of Double German Ten Week Stocks, 8
of Double Poppies, 8
of Double Hollyhocks, 4 fine
of Double Rocket Larkspurs, 4
of Schizanthus, 4
of Godetias, 20 splendid of Double Hollyhocks,
$1 00 20
of Flower Seeds, comprising a good selection, $1 00 50
of Flower Seeds, comprising a good selection, $2 00
50 66 50 " 50 50 in 25 " 25 " 25
WITH MANY OTHER CHOICE ASSORTMENTS IN PACKAGES.
SELECTION OF RARE AND CHOICE FLOWER SEEDS, IN SIN
25 Cineraria, extra fine, from splendid named flowers,
25 Fuchsia, extra, from many of the choice new sorts,
25 Calceolaria, from the most splendid spotted varieties,
25 Pansies, very choice, selected from the best collection in England, 25 Verbenas, extra, saved from 30 of the best kinds,
25 Geranium, from the very finest named flowers,
25 Geranium, superb scarlet, from the most brilliant kinds,
25 Chinese Primrose, elegant fringed, 8 beautiful shades,
25 Carnation, extra, from the most superb stage flowers,
25 Brachycome iberidifolia, with blue flowers of various shades, superb, 25 Salvia patens, a new and very splendid BLUE species,
25 Martynia fragrans, superb spotted flowers,
25 Extra fine German Picotee, from the finest flowers,
25 Alstremeria Van Houttii, elegant choice kinds,
25 Salvia Rhodenwaldii, splendid annual,
25 Petunias, extra fine, froin the choicest named kinds,
12 Nemophila discoidalis, new and rare, with black flowers,
124 Thunbergia Fryeri, new, yellow flowers, with white centre, 121 Lobelia ramosa, very fine, with splendid blue flowers,
125 Viscaria occulata, new and very beautiful,
121 New intermediate stock, very large and beautiful,
124 Nemophila insignis grandiflora,
123 Russell's Victoria stock, splendid deep crimson,
12) Thunbergia, buff, white, orange, and Fryeri, 4 splendid sorts, each 125 Double Canterbury Bells, very full and showy,
125 Phlox Drummondii, six or eight rich and beautiful colors,
121 Didiscus cæruleus, very showy, with umbels of blue flowers, 12) Portulaca Thellusonii, with dazzling scarlet flowers,
12) Clintonia pulchella, with exquisite blue and silver flowers,
123 Tropæolum peregrinum, beautiful Canary-bird flower,
121 Antirrhinum carophylloides, with elegant striped flowers,
129 Dahlias, from the FINEST PRIZE flowers,
123 Maurandia antirrhiniflora, new fine variety,
12) Potentilla Hopwoodiana, fine perennial,
12) Potentilla insignis, new and fine perennial,
12) Eucharidium grandiflorum, new and superb,
121 Lopezia coronata, fine annual,
12} Lopezia racemosa, fine annual,
123 Leucaria senecioides, fine new annual,
12} New Large Purple Sweet Pea, fine new variety,
123 Tetranema Mexicana, beautiful new perennial,
12} New White Pyramidal Giant Stock,
12: Calichroa platyglossa, Californian annual, yellow,
121 Lobelia senecioides,
12) DP AND UPWARDS OF ONE HUNDRED OTHER NEW KINDS OF ANNUALS, PEREN
XIALS AND GREENHOUSE PLANT SEEDS, NEVER BEFORE INTRODUCED.
NEW VEGETABLE SEEDS. In addition to all the varieties which are raised expressly for us by experienced persons, selections were made from the most responsible houses in London, last autumn, of all such kinds as are usually imported, and we can recommend our seeds as FRESH and of GENUINE QUALITY.
Prince Albert Peas, the most remarkable early variety, producing
peas for the table in six weeks.
tar, Auvergne, and other approved varieties.
Weedon's Prize Cucumber, 18 to 20 inches long. Is Trees, Plants, Seeds, &c. packed for transportation to any part of the country.
HOVEY & Co.
NEW SEEDLING STRAWBERRY.
HOVEY & Co. HAVE the pleasure of again announcing to their friends, and lovers of this delicious fruit, that their new seedling, called the Boston PINE, is ready for sale, after the trial of another season. This variety is one of the most valuable kinds ever produced ; it is not quite as large as Hovey's Seedling, but possesses the very desirable quality of being nearly ten days earlier, remarkably beautiful, equally if not more productive, and of the highest and most delicious pine flavor. The flowers are all perfect, and will always bear an abundant crop, with or without any other sort. Several large baskets of the Pine were exhibited the past season, before the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, and the Fruit Committee made the following report :
“The Messrs. Hovey presented four large baskets of strawberries, two of Hovey's Seedling, and two of Boston Pine. The berries wese very large, and the flavor delicious. Hovey's Seedling is well known to cultivators through the length and breadth of the land, and we shall be greatly mistaken if the Boston Pine is not found, in a few years, in every good collection. It is perfect in its organs, and, when grown within twenty feet of Hovey's Seedling, will ensure a certain and large crop to the latter variety. We recommend both the varieties as deserving of extensive cultivation."
Strong plants are now ready for delivery, at the low price of $1 per dozen, and will be packed to bear transportation to any part of the country. Orders executed in the rotation in which they are received. Orders from a distance, remitting the amount, will be duly attended to, the plants safely packed, and forwarded to any part of the country.
ALSO, THE FOLLOWING SELECT VARIETIES : Hovey's Seedling:-Well known, and acknowledged to be the finest of all strawberries. For its production, the Massachusetts Horticultural Society presented Messrs. H. & Co. with a beautiful SILVER PITCHER, of the VALUE OF FIFTY DOLLARS. Plants, $1 50 per hundred, and $10 per thousand.
Deptford Pine. -A new English variety, of high reputation, which promises to be a late and desirable sort. Plants, 50 cts. per dozen. Princess Alice Maud. - Another new English variety, large and hand
First exhibited the past year by H. & Co. Plants, 50 cts. per doz. Together with all the common kinds worth cultivation.
HOVEY & CO.
April 1st, 1847.