Historical Seed Catalogs: Wilson’s 15th annual price list and catalogue of fresh and reliable garden, field, and flower seeds (1891) – 34 in a series

Historical Seed Catalogs: Wilson’s 15th annual price list and catalogue of fresh and reliable garden, field, and flower seeds (1891) – 34 in a series

Historical Seed Catalogs: Wilson's 15th annual price list and catalogue of fresh and reliable garden, field, and flower seeds (1891) - 34 in a seriesHistorical Seed Catalogs: Wilson's 15th annual price list and catalogue of fresh and reliable garden, field, and flower seeds (1891) - 34 in a series

Historical Seed Catalogs: Wilson's 15th annual price list and catalogue of fresh and reliable garden, field, and flower seeds (1891) - 34 in a seriesHistorical Seed Catalogs: Wilson's 15th annual price list and catalogue of fresh and reliable garden, field, and flower seeds (1891) - 34 in a series

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THE OREGON EVERBEARING STRAWBERRY.

This new and valuable Strawberry is a chance seedling, and originated with Remillard & Normandin, Mt. Tabor, Oregon. It is certainly the most remarkable strawberry ever introduced, and well deserves the name of Everbearing , as the plants will produce and continue to bear the most luscious berries the whole season through. It is a perfect, or bi-sexual variety, strong, healthy, vigorous and upright grower, commencing to bear early in the season, and continues to blossom and bear fine, large berries until frost. The berries are large, fine form, a deep red cherry color, firm, solid and excellent quality. They are immensely productive. One grower claims to have picked nearly half a bushel from 3 plants during the season. This new berry comes with the highest recommendation from its native home, and many responsible persons, ministers, editors, etc., have endorsed it as the most valuable strawberry ever grown.


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