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[[preprinted]] ORDER FOR SEEDS-Continued Bulbs & Roots Shipped separately subject to weather conditions [[columns on chart, following 3 words repeated 3 times across chart]] QUANTITY CATALOG NUMBER Brought forward [[/columns on chart]] [[/preprinted]] [[handwritten note overlaying the chart]] October 6 1924 Dear Frend I will rid you if [[illegible]] Lins and Lat you no all a boud the good garden see I gat from you I hat the Bast garden I ever det rase and I hope that I will get to sand for all my garden seed naxt spring and I mus tall you a boud your new salf Pruning tomato I hat the nicest tomatos a roun her the tomatos was gest Like you sat from the one backt of your salf Pruning tomatos I cand all I net and Lat Wand to Wast that was the Bast and nicest tomato I ever rast so I hope so you wand for get and sand me a more garden seed catlag in for naxt year and I will tri and get all my garden seed as Early in the spring as I can and I will tri ang get my nabers to get your seed to for Burpees seed is the Bast seed ever sand her I hat the nicest Lattes [[illegible]] in the napers every botey was a wonders how I cud race sag nice tomatos and [[/handwritten note overlaying the chart]] [[preprinted 3 columns]] Amount to carry forward Amount to carry forward Total Amount [[/preprinted 3 columns]] [[preprinted]] Burpee Cultural Leaflets Free to Burpee Customers Our aim is that in every neighborhood the finest gardens shall be those planted with Burpee's Seeds. To secure this result many planters are in need of special information. We will send you free with your order any of the leaflets listed below. Please check ([[checkmark]]), in column to left, the Leaflets desired. ......1 SUGGESTIONS ON SEED SOWING ......2 SUMMER GARDENING ......3 HOTBEDS AND COLD FRAMES ......4 ROOT CROPS ......5 ONIONS FROM SEED ......6 GREENS AND SALADS ......7 HOW TO GROW CELERY ......8 CABBAGE AND CAULIFLOWER ......9 HOW TO MAKE AN ASPARAGUS BED ......10 MUSHROOM CULTURE ......11 HERBS: THEIR CULTURE AND USES ......12 HOW TO GROW PEAS ......13 HOW TO GROW BEANS ......14 MELONS FOR ALL ......15 HOW TO GROW TOMATOES ......16 CUCUMBERS, SQUASHES AND PUMPKINS ......17 INSECT PESTS AND PLANT DISEASES ......18 GROWING AND STORING VEGETABLES FOR WINTER USE ......19 COVER CROPS AND GREEN MANURE ......20 HOW TO ESTABLISH A LAWN ......21 HOW TO GROW SWEET PEAS ......22 HOW TO GROW THE FINEST ASTERS ......23 HOW TO GROW NASTURTIUMS ......24 HOW TO GROW THE LARGEST PANSIES ......25 THE ANNUAL FLOWER GARDEN ......26 PERENNIALS FROM SEED ......27 HOW TO GROW FLOWERS IN THE HOUSE ......28 HOW TO GROW FLOWERS FROM BULBS ......29 SPECIAL CULTURE OF DAHLIAS [[/preprinted]]
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