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Title: Florists’ review [microform]
Identifier: 5205536_49_5
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Subjects: Floriculture
Publisher: Chicago : Florists’ Pub. Co
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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Prize-Winning Bulb Garden of A. ^Tiegand’s Sons Co., Beyond Which Are Trade Ditplays Alcog Side Wall. installed for demonstration by tlie John A. Evans Co. Florists’ Supply House, Indiaaapolis. Staple lines of baskets, ribbons and chiffons, zebra fiber wrapping paper, lamp and electric flash signs for florists were displayed by the Florists’ Supply House. Garden City Co., Indianapolis. Amolawn is described as a plant food that drives out weeds because the grass is given such nourishment that the weeds are crowded out. It is sold in sifter cans by the Garden City Co. For new lawns three pounds is used to 400 square feet. On old lawns three pounds covers twice that area. Manager Fortie and Paul F. Grubbs were in attendance. G-arland Co., Cleveland, O. The new pump of the Garland Co. to fill glazing guns was in operation at the company’s booth. Garlanite was shown, a glazing material of putty color which may be put on with a gun, but which, through its different composition, has advantages over other compounds. Per- manite, the black material, was also shown. L. Gellner and H. E. Heiner were present. Gllson Mfg. Co., Fort Washington, Wis. The Bolens power hoe and lawn niower tractor is useful for florists or nurserymen who have a small acreage of outdoor stock. The machine and its attachments for seeding, cultivating or lawn mowing were inspected by many. Hammond’s Paint & Slug Shot Works, Beacon, N. Y. The well known products so long mar- keted by Benjamin Hammond were on display—Thrip Juice, Slug Shot, Grape Dust, Greenhouse White paint, Twem- low’s Old English glazing putty and other brands. Walter Mott shook hands with many old friends. A. Henderson & Co., Chicago. Varied offerings to growers were rep- resented at the booth of A. Henderson & Co.—a vase of Iris filifolia Imperator, something that will be useful; Orange King calendulas, rainbow freesias, lilies, young cyclamen plants, gladiolus bulbs, dormant roses, sweet peas. These were representative of the complete line of seeds and bulbs this firm offers the trade. Joseph Marks was in attendance. Henshaw Floral Co., New York. The supplies department of the Hen- shaw Floral Co. showed the luster ware that has proved so popular a line with florists. Party favors of novel form were also exhibited. E. O. Hill Co., Richmond, Ind. A huge vase of Hill’s America stood, as in a frame, in a booth lined with green velvet under a flood of light. In front stood baskets of Premier, Colum- bia and Butterfly. AViovc was a por- trait of E. G. Hill, the originator of these four famous varieties of roses. So superb was this exhibit that public and professionals lingered long be- fore it. Joseph H. Hill Co., Richmond, Ind. Plants in 4-in(‘h pots of America, Premier and Columbia lined the front of the exhibit of the Joseph H. Hill Co. Blooms of these varieties, as well as Mme. Butterfly and others^ filled vases at the back. Hitchings & Co., No. Tonawanda, N. Y. Photographs and descriptive litera- ture showed the merits of the large houses built by Hitchings & Co. J. N. MacArthur was present. R. H. Hoover Laboratories, Inc., Free- port, 111. The neat and attractive self-selling counter display cartons containing one dozen cans of Hoover’s Plantlife showed florists how some extra profit could be made by the display of such a carton on their counters. The advertising in the Saturday Evening Post is making a consumer demand for this plant food, designed to make house plants grow under amateur care. R. H. Hoover was with the display, assisted by a sales- man, E. A. Dildine. Ideal Lawn Mower Co., Lansing, Mich. The large triplex power mower, eighty-four inches wide, and an Ideal, Jr., measuring twenty-two inches, rep- resented the great and the little in this line. A. G. Coldwell explained their uses interestingly. Indianapolis Reed Co., Indianapolis. Makers of reed furniture, lamps, fer- neries and baskets, the Indianapolis Reed Co. showed the last-named to flo- rists. Some attractive designs were on view. A. L. Kugelman was in charge. Ionia Pottery Co., Ionia, Mich. Red pots, of the much used Ionia line, as well as hanging pots and baskets, wore exhibited bj’ the Ionia Pottery Co., with H. F. Hacker in charge. R. J. Irwin, New York. A few of many things that R. J. Irwin

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