Effect on plants of DDT applied to soil for the destruction of Japanese beetle larvae

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Effect on plants of DDT applied to soil for the destruction of Japanese beetle larvae
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Fleming, Walter E ( Walter Ernest ), 1899-
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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Japanese beetle -- Larvae -- Control   ( lcsh )
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by Walter E. Fleming.
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LIBRARY
FATE PiLANT BOARD
August 1948 E-737, revised



United States Department of Agriculture
Agricultural Research Administration
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine


EFFECT ON PLANTS OF DDT APPLIED TO SOIL FOR
THE DESTRUCTION OF JAPANESE BEETLE LARVAE l/

By Walter E. Fleming 2/
Division of Fruit Insect Investigations


A very small amount of technical DDT (1 part to 32,000 parts of
soil by weight) has been very effective against larvae of the Japanese
beetle in cultivated land and in turf. The use of technical DDT for
the treatment of beds, plots, and potting soil in commercial nurseries,
in order that plants with soil about their roots may be shipped outside
the area quarantined because of this insect, was authorized March 21,
1946. To facilitate the proper distribution of this small amount of DDT
it is specified that each acre of beds, or plots be treated with 250
pounds of a dust containing 10 percent of DDT, or with 50 pounds of a
water-dispersible powder containing 50 percent of DDT in 1,000 gallons
of water, and the material then mixed by cultivation with the upper 3
inches of soil. It is specified that 3 pounds of a 2-percent dust be
intimately mixed with each cubic yard of potting soil.

Preliminary experiments were begun in 1944 at Moorestown, N. J.,
to determine whether various plants could be grown without serious
injury in soil treated with the authorized amount of technical DDT.
In these tests an equal number of 8sds or plants in treated and in
untreated soil were grown side by side under the same conditions. When
the general development, color, bloom, and yield of the plants were
about the same in created and untreated soil, it was considered that
the DDT had not seriously affected the plants. In view of the
favorable results obtained with some of the vegetables, annual flowers,
grasses, and a few nursery plants in these preliminary tests, similar
tests were conducted at five commercial nurseries in 1945 and in more
than fifty establishments in 1946 and 1947. In addition to these
tests, after the treatment was authorized, several kinds of plants
were grown on a large scale at the commercial establishments.



/ This revision brings the information up to January 1948.


2/ The author is indebted to his associates at the Japanese Beetle
Laboratory, Moorestown, N. J., to members of the Division of Japanese
Beetle Control, and to the various commercial establishments for their
cooperation in this investigation.





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The following commercial establishments cooperated in this work:


Adams Nursery, Inc.
Anmon, A. G.
Applegate, Harper
Arpin, J. D.
Bay State Nurseries
Beebe, Herbert
Bellows Brothers
Biltmore Nursery
Blanchard, s Greenhouse
Bobbink & Atklns Nurseries
Bray, William
Brown, Abram
Budd, Theodore
Bulk Nursery
Claflin, Alma (Mrs.)
Conard-Pyle Company
Copenhaven Nursery
Cross Flower Shop
Daurenheim Nursery
Dirkmaat Azalea Farm
Dunfee, Russell
Echo Valley Farm
Edgar, W. W.
Faddegons Nurseries
Fischer, Charles L.
Frasers Nursery
Frew and Jackson
Gardners Nursery
Gibney, W. S.
Gove the Florist
Greenbrier Nurseries
Hahn, L. and Son
Haines, William
Hannell's Sons
Heini Greenhouse
Hoogendoorn, C.
Horton's Flower Shop
James, C. G. and Son
Kern' s Nurseries
Koster Nurseries
Knuth, C. B.
Leach, B. R., Nursery
Leach, J. B.
Leghorn Nursery
Manning, C. Foster, Jr.
Merritt, Joseph S.
Middlemount Gardens
Mood, J. Richard
Moorestown Gardens
Moreau Plant Company


Westfleld, Mass.
Chatsworth, N. J.
Toms River, N. J.
Chatsworth, N. 3.
North Arlington, Mass.
Vincentown, N. J.
Southampton, N. Y.
Oteen, N. C.
Abington, Mass.
Rutherford, N. J.
Pemberton, N. J.
Browns Mills, N. J.
Vincentown, N. J.
Babylon, N. Y.
Pemberton, N. J.
West Grove, Pa.
Camp Hill, Pa.
Augusta, Maine
Wantagh, N. Y.
Ridgewood, N. J.
Chatsworth, N. J.
Magnolia, N. J.
Waverly, Mass.
Colonie, N. Y.
Linwood, N. J.
Lewiston, Maine
Conneaut, Ohio
Rocky Hill, Comm.
Hagerstown, Md.
Burlington, Vt.
Norfolk, Va.
Pittsburg, Pa.
Chatsworth, N. J.
Watervliet, N. Y.
Toledo, Ohio
Middletown, R. I.
Watervllet, N. Y.
Hornell, N. Y.
New Brunswick, N. 3.
Bridgeton, N. J.
Euclid, Ohio
Riverton, N. J.
Pemberton, N. J.
Cromwell, Conn.
Pemberton, N. J.
Dundalk, Md.
Asheville, N. C.
Mullica Hill, N. J.
Moorestown, N. 3.
Freehold, N. J.






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Nik-Nar Nursery
O'Neill, Joseph G., and Son
Pattersons Greenhouse
Perkins & DeWilde Nurseries
Pierson, A. N., Nursery
Pitzonka Pansy Farm
Princeton Nurseries
Rayner Brothers
Rhode Island Nurseries
Roak, George H.
Roehrs, Julius, Nurseries
Rogers, Joseph
Saunders, Earnest
Scammell, H. B., and Son
Shoreway Nursery
Verkades Nursery
Vlamynck, 0., Nursery
Walker, Wallace, Farm
Waterstreet, Carl
Wayside Gardens
Whitings Greenhouse
Wyman, Littlefield
Yeagle, W. P.


Biltmore, N. C.
Browns Mills, N. J.
Augusta, Maine
Bridgeton, N. J.
Cromwell, Conn.
Bristol, Pa.
Kingston, N. J.
Salisbury, Md.
Middletown, R. I.
Lewiston, Maine
Rutherford, N. J.
Browns Mills, N. J.
Lewiston, Maine
Toms River, N. J.
Clayton, N. J.
Wayne, N. J.
East Paterson, N. J.
Auburn, Maine
Brighton, N. Y.
Mentor, Ohio
Auburn, Maine
North Abington, Maine
Bristol, Pa.


It is realized that the reaction of plants to technical DDT in the
soil may be modified by the age and vigor of the plants, and that the
reaction may not be the same in other soils under environmental con-
ditions different from those encountered in these tests. The records
given herewith are those of the reactions of the plants under the
conditions of the tests, and it should not be assumed that the same
reaction will be obtained in another environment. It is urged that
those who are interested in growing plants in DDT-treated soil conduct
preliminary tests under local conditions before applying the treatment
on a large scale.

During the 4 years since January 1944, a total of 10,651,455 plants
of 355 genera, 963 species, and 1,694 horticultural varieties were
grown in soil treated with the authorized amount of technical DDT.
These plants included evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs, annual
and perennial herbaceous plants, small and tree fruits, vegetables,
grasses, and cereals. The observations indicated that plants of 350
genera, 957 species, and 1,688 horticultural varieties were grown
successfully in the treated soil.

The plants that grew without serious injury in soil treated with
the authorized amount of technical DDT appear in the following tabulation:






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Plant


Abutilon vitifolium
Acalypha hipida
sanderi
Acanthus montanus
Acer palmatum
atropurpureum
polymorphum
Achillea filipendullna


millefolium rubrum
p ,azaca

taentosa
Aconitua fisoheri
napellus
album
Acorus gramineus pusillus
Adiantum wright
Adonis amurensis
Aochmea calyculata
oaudata variegate
faselata
auperba
fulgens
discolor
orlandiana
racinae
weilbachia
Aesahynanthus pulcher
Africanviolet
Ageratum, sp.

Aglaonema canmutatum
eoatatum
simplex
Agrostis alba
palustris
tenuis


Comon name


Abutilon, Souvenir de Bonn
Chenille Copperleaf
See A. hispida.
- m f
3apanese Maple
Bloodleaf Japanese Maple
See A. palmatum.
Fernleaf Yarrow
Golden Plate
Parker' s
Red Common Yarrow, Cerise Queen
Sneezewort Yarrow, Pearl
Perry White
Woolly Yarrow
Azure Monkshood
Aconite Monkshood
White Aconite Monkshood

Wright Maidenhair Fern
hir Adonis, Pheasant*s Fye









Scarlet Basketvine
See Saintpaulia.
Ageratum, Purple Beauty
Riverside Dwarf


Chinagreen, or Chinese Evergreen
Redtop
Creeping Bentgrass
Colonial Bentgrass


astoriana Astoria Bentgrass
Airbrcm See Billbergia.
uga genevensis Geneva Bugle
reptans Carpet Bugle
atropurpurea Bronzeleaf Carpet Bugle
Allamanda cathartica hendersoni Henderson Cammon Allamanda
williamsi Williams Allamanda
Allium schoenoprasum Chive


Number
tested

75
120

60
1,041
3,126

1,000
200
250
350
710
60
720
400
250
200
100
50,050
100
25
55
20
10
35
20
10
10
20
310

10
3
85
160
10
i-




2,010
1,000
1,000
310
50
300








Common name


Alocasia cuprea
macrorhiza variegata
sanderiana
Alpinia sanderae
Alsophila australis
Althaea rose


Alumroot
Alyssum saxatile
compactum
florepleno
Amomum cardamon
Ampelopsis lowi
tricuspidata
Amsonia tabernaemontana
Ananas comosus
porteanus
sativus
Anchusa azurea

italica
myosotidiflora
Anemone Japonica




elba
hupehensis
pulsatilla
lilac ina
rubra
Anthemis s p
tinc toria

kelwayi
Antherloum mandalanum
vittatum
Anthurium andraeanum album
atro-rubrum
atrosanguini
carneum
ferrierense

giganteun
reidi
roseum
rubrum
salmoneum


Mottled Giant Alocasia

Banded Galangal
AustrAlian Treefern
Hollyhock, Indian Spring
Newportpink
Red
'White
See Heuchera.
Goldentuft Alyssum
Dwarf Goldentuft Alyssum
Double Goldentuft Alyssum
Cardamon Amomum
See Parthenocissus tricuspidata lowi.
See Parthenocissus tricuspidata.
Willow Aasofia
Pineapple

See A. cnmosus.
Italian Bugloss$ Alkanet
Lissadell
See A. azurea.
See Brunnera macrophylla.
Japanese Anemone, Max Vogel
Mount Rose
Queen Charlotte
September Charm
Whirlwind
White Japanese Anemone
Hupeh Japanese Anemone
European Pasqueflower
Lilac European Pasqueflower
Red European Pasqueflower
Camomile, Moonlight
Golden Camomile
Roger Perry
Kelway Golden Camomile
See Chlorophytum elatum.
See Chlorophytum elatum.
White flamingo Anthurium

fum - -
Flesh Anthurium
roseum Rose Ferrier Anthurium
rubrum Crimson Ferrier Anthurium
Giant Flamingo Anthurium
Reid Flamingo Anthurium
Rosy Flamingo Anthurium
Crimson Flamingo Anthurium
Salmon Flamingo Anthurium


Plant


45-w


Number
tested


10
10
10
60
23
10
250
375
200

150
2,810
50
10


200
20
10

150
800


10
500
400
700
500
500
400
700
210
5300
600
110o
50
200


5
5
5
10
10
1
12
10
8
5
5






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Plant


Anthurium crstallinum
ornatum album
scherzerianum
spathiphyllum
waroc queanum
Aquilegia sp.


alpine
alba
chrysantha

coerulea
longissima


thalictrifolia
vulgaris
Arabis aln
florepleno
alba
nana compacta
Aralia balfouriana
sieboldi
Araucaria excelsa
Arborvitae
Ardisia crenulata
Aregella marmorata
spectabilis
tristis
Arenaria verna caespitosa
Aristolochia durior
S1ipho
Armeria sp.


cephalotes
maritima laucheana
pseudoarimeria
rubra
Arnica clusi
Aronia arbutifolia
Arrowroot
Artemisia sp.


dracunculus
lactiflora
vulgaris
Aruncus sylvester


C onmmon name


Crystal Anthurium

Common Anthuriu-


Columbine, Crimsonstar
Mrs. Scott Elliott
Snow Queen
Alpine Columbine
White Alpine Columbine
Golden Columbine
Silver Queen
Colorado Columbine
Longspur Columbine
Blueshades
Pinkshades
See A. chrysantha.
European Columbine
Alpine Rockcress
Double Alpine Rockcress
Double White Alpine Rockcress
Dwarf Alpine Rockcress
See Polyscias balfouriana.
See Fatsia Japonica.
Norfolkisland Pine
See Thuja.

Airplant Aregelia
Showy Aregelia
Bitter Aregelia
Moss Sandwort
Dutchmanspipe
See A. durior.
Thrift, Bees Ruby
Glory of Holland
Vindicative
See A. pseudoarmeria.
Lauche Common Thrift
Pinkball Thrift
Rosy Pinkball Thrift
See Doronicum clusi.
Red Chokeberry
See Marantha.
Wormwood, Silver King
Silver Queen
Tarragon
Ghostplant Wormwood
See A. lactiflora.
Sylvan, Goatsbeard


Number
tested

5
8
5
20
5
210
5,010
500
400
10
5,710
500
700
850
1,210
810

5,000
1,040
900
10
300


106

35
10
10
10
75
184

500
575
200

785
400
1,560

20

2,000
1,500
100
250

50







-7-


Plant


Asclepias tuberosa
Asperula odorata
Aspidium tsussimemse
Aspidistra elatior variegata
lurida variegata
Asplenium bulbiferum
nidus
Aster sp.


albus
dumosus


floribundus
novae-qagliae


novibelgi














subcoeruleus
thomsoni

Astilbe astilboides
thunbergi


Comun nime


Butterfly Mi ik-weed
Sweet Woodruff
See Polystichum tsussimense.
Striped Aspidistra
See A. elatior variegata.
Mother Spleenwort
Birdsnestfern
Aster, Luteus
Mauve Cushion
Alpine Aster,
Goliath
Star of Eisenach
White Alpine Aster
Bushy Aster, Blue Bouquet
Constance
Lady Henry Maddocks
Lilac Time
Nancy
Niobe
See A. novibelgii.
New England Aster
Barrs Pink
Harringtons Pink
New York Aster, Amethyst
Beechwood Challenger
Beechwood Charni
Bluegown
Dick Ballard
Gayborder Blue
Hilda Ballard
Mt. Everest
Petunia
Queen Mary
Redrover
Royal Blue
Skylands Queen
Sunset
East Indies Aster, Star of Wartburg
Thomson A-ter, Frikarti
Wonder of Stafa
Goatsbea-rd Astilbo
Astilbe, Avalanche
Betsy Cuperus
P rei an
Eu.'Copa
Fanol
Gloria Furpurea
Peechblossom
Prof. Vam der Wielen
Rhineland
Sa.] O ':!


Nuberr
te- i.d

1,250
1,000

60

50
50,00 G
550
250
200
310
50
150
800
500
700
1,000
2,000
400

120
200
1,170
300
750
200
110
250
200'
300
1,210
500
100
110
100
10
150
375
250
2,010
210
200
100
4/) .)
100
500
700
200
100
500
],O






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Plant


Aubrieta deltoidea
purpurea
Avena sp.
Avens
Azalea sp.


candulacea
gandavensis


Common name


Common Aubrieta
Purplelady Aubrieta
Oats
See Geum.
Azalea


Flame
Ghent


Adrian Steyart
Apellesa
Blossom Bright
Bondstreet
Boudoir
Brayton
Celestine
Charles Enoch
Corsage
Dawn
Edmond Meyer
Engelbredth
Fortune
Gardenia
Granville
Gumpo
Jubilee
Lady Lilac
Loelia
Massasoit
Mayfair
Memoire Sanders
Mite. Pericat
Montrose
Netcong
Nome
Novelty
Orange
Penncrest
Pinkrose
Reine Astride
Rival
Rubens
Sherwood
Superorange
Sweetheart
Sweetheart Supreme
Twenty Grand
William Van Orange
Azalea
Azalea, Louis Van Houtte


* Numb er
tested

100
200


71,135
8,208
40
670
70,229
5,775
85
8,226
10
1,553
9,040
785
50
11i,074
1,925
72
100
2,725
10
2,400
275
14,573
1,825
7,895
2,830
30
3,568
2,300
100
40,300
660
810
5,650
1,790
18,462
8,306
840
15,785
815
100
36
114







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";u[ efr
Plant Common name test.
Azalea indica Indica azalea l.rC
Alber and E ...-el 18, ,'
Alfred SEhnLa e s 9,5
Apollo 4,310
Avenir 1,740
Blushinig,.., l e 2, .
Charlea Encke 4,3'
Dame Melanie 72
Dame Melanie Pink 2,70q
Dame Melanie Salmon 2,500
Dame Melanie White 3,413
Dr. Bergman 9,446
Dr. Schury 200
Eclaireur 20,043
Empress of India 4,037
Eric Schame 7,070
Ernest Eeckhaute 2,630
Ernest Thiers 2,117
Fred Sanders 8,521
Glory de Lockhoust l,6o.
Haerens 2,200
Haerensiana. See Haerens. --
Ideal 2,905
Jean Haerens 35,076
Jean Haerens Orange 1,800
John Lewelyn 1,135
Julius Roehrs 5,150
Lambertus C. Bobbink 68,510
L. J. Bobbink 370
Minte. L. Vanboutte 66
Mme. Morreux 177
Mme. Petrick 2 8,;.
Mine. Petrick Alba 11,157
Mme. Petrick Pink 50C
Mme. Petrick Superba 1,280.
Mine. RomaIDr de 3et 6,o00rx
Mine. Vandercruyssen 56,215
Mme. Vandercruyssen Orange 4,600
Mine. Van Gill 3,350
Mons. Millad 3,,'.
Mrs. Fred Sandera 6,s 85
Mrs. Henry Rosdcker 6,/.J/
Niobe 13,918
Paul Schame t 7-
Pax 2,200
Perfection 1,800
Perfectloi ..'b'a 6.4
Perle de l.uisy 4,985
Perle de Saeffelaire 3,057
Perle de Sweynaerde 13,922
President C. do verchove "72






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Plant


Common nmnE


Azalea indica (Continued) Indica Azalea
Profe ssor '.1 terms
Professor ,Jilters White
Prosper Van Danme
Ralph Sanders
Simon Mardner
Souvenir W. Edgar
Temperanee
Theodore Findeisen
Theodore Piens
Triumph
Vender Deale
Vervaeneana
Vervaeneana Alba
Vervaeneana Orange
Vervaeneana Rosea
Vervaeneana Salmonea
Violacea Rut.r. a
Vuylsteke
Winefred RoeTll-er
indica balsaminaeflora Balsam Indica A&zJ a
kaempferi Torch Azalea
Apollo
Ca ir en
Cleopatra
Fedr'. .a
Mi kado
PurpIe ring


kurume


Kurume Azalea
Apple Blco-?.:;.r 5ee Howo.
Azuma Kagami
Bridesmaid
Brilliant
Christmachbeer
Coralbells
Coralbells Orange
Exquisite
Flame., See Suetsuniu.
Glory
Hinodegiri
Hinodegiri Crimson
Howo
Jersey Bell
Lorraine
Morniiw-gloir
Mrs. Fis*heUr
Orange Beau.ty
Orange Queen
PinkpeaJ ,"._, Ae.,waa Kagami.
Salmon Eaniity
Salmon King
Salmon '. .


Number
tested


3,065
1,800
6,740
6,765
16,922
1,150
1,500
13,338
2,345
65,206
2,300
31,949
15,134
3,850
9,155
6,100
5,703
2,044
2,446
192
255
100
120
120
231
120
510
142,085

47,529
10
1,346
2,475
283,629
1,623
3,534

880
146,479
2,700
10
4,920
1,14-2
5,650
400
10
3,261

44,405
1,040
10






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Number
Plant Commin nEam tested


Azalea kurume (Continued)



mollis



mucronulata
obtuse alba
amoena
rutherfordiana




























sander





Babysbreath
Babystears
Balloonflower
Banana
Baptisia australis
Barberry
Barley


Kurume Azalea, Snow
Suetsumu
Sunatar
Swestbrier
Chinese Azalea
Columbus
Mary
Snow Queen


White Azalea
Amoena Azalea
Rutherford Azalea
Alaska
Albion
Alice Muller
Christmas Red
Constance
Crimson Glory
Delight
Dorothy Gish
Firelight
Indian Chief
Mary Corcoran
Motherofpearl
Orange King
Pink Ruffles
Pocahontas
President F.D.Roosevelt
Purity
Rhapsody
Royal Purple
Rubydust
Salmon Glow
Salmon Joy
Salmon Perfection
Snowbank
Snow Q(ueen
Sunset
Yuletide
Sander Azalea, Firefly. See Hexe.
Hexe
Hexe de Saffalare
Mdlle. Sanders
Rose 4ueen
Ruby


See Gypsophila paniculata.
See Helxine.
See Platycodon.
See Musa.
Blue Wildindigo
See Berberis.
See Hordeum.

STATI


38,660
13,521
10
21,980
9,260
1,100
10
4,059
948
150
10
2,585
18,743
12,438
20,227
1,305
7,079
1,867
1,727
9,0o
4,804
176
2,594
466
2,887
11,626
1,476
2,221
9,923
777
132
75
13,768
55
9,696
1,600
160
7,247
543

41,844
10,700
71
525
170


250

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Number
tested


Common name


Basketvine
Beebalm
Beet
Begonia sp.
















aconitifolia
comata
foliosa
fuchsioides
glaucophylla
haageana
heracleifolia
imperialis
smaragdina
1 II,-'ii*,!' Qr'Q


See Aeschynanthus.
See Monarda.
See Beta.
Begonia
Abel Carriere
Argenteogut tata
Gennessee Beauty
Heracleicotyle
Lady Mac
Lucerne
Margaritacea
Marjorie Gibbs
Mrs. Townsend.See Heracleicotyle.
Nellie Bly
Pres. Carnot
Saxony
Scandinavia
Scarlet Beauty
Speculata








Imperial Begonia
Green Imperial Begonia


maculata - -
manicata aureo-maculata - -
metallica Steel Begonia
nitida odorata Glossy Begonia
rex Assamking Begonia
Bella


semperflorens
ulmifolia
Bellflower


Corkscrew
Fairy
Glory of Sto Albans
Helen Teupel
Her Majesty
Herman Teupel
Libelle
Meteor Superba
Midnight
Mme. Rampke
Peace
Salamander
Silver Queen
Vesuvius
Perpetual Begonia, King of the Reds

See Campanula.


Plant


-a

660
10
25
150
20
150
150
10
150

10
160
25
5
50
40
15
10
35
30
75
30


60
40
60
26
185
10
160
1
160
185
155
210
160
210
110
160
110
210
135
15
10









Number
Plant r..- tested


Bellis perennis









Beloerone guttata
Berberis cretica
mentorensi a
verruculosa
Bertolonia pubescens
Beta vulgaris
Billbergia alberti
amoena
beucker
distachya
macrocalyx
meyeri
nutans
pallescens
pyramidalis
rhodocyanea
sanderiana
saundersli
thyrsoidea
zebrina
Biota
Bird-of-Paradise-Flower
Birdsnestfern
Bitterweed
Blackberry
Bleedingheart
Bluebeard
Bluebells
Bluebells of Scotland
Blueberry
Boltonia latisquama
Bougainvillea spectabilis
trolli
Bouvardia sp.


humboldti
Bowmansroot
Box
Bracketplant
Brake


Chrispi Cherry
Crimson
Longfellow
Montrose
Pose
Super Giant Red
Super Giant White
Tubulosa Etna
White
Rattlesnake Beloperone
Cretan Barberry
Mentor Barberry
Warty Barberry
Chocolate Bertolonia
Common Beet, Detroit Dark Red
Albert Airbrom
Showy Airbrom



Meyer Airbrom
Bluerim Airbrom

Violetrim Airbrom
See Aechmea fasciata.
Sander Airbrom

See B. pyramidalis.
Zebra Airbrom
See Thuja.
See Strelitzia.
See Asplenium.
See Helenium.
See Rubus.
See Dicentra.
See Caryopteris.
See Mertensia.
See Campanula.
See Vaccinium.
Violet Boltonia
Brazil Bougainvillea, Crimson Lake
Trolls Bougainvillea, Harris
Bouvardia, Albatross
Christmas Red
Corymbiflora Giant Pink
Sweet Bouvardia
See Gillenia.
See Buxus.
See Chlorophytum.
See Pteria.


140,000
33,000
62,000
40,000
20
120,000
36,000
64,000
56,000
50,000
10
300
28
20
50
10
20
20
20
20
10
25
110
75
110

135
60

70










300
10
5
150
175
175
175






-14-'


Plant


Brassica chinensis
oleracea acephala
cajitata

Mrag
Brunfelsia latlfolia
Brunnera macrophylla
Buddleia ap.





davidi


Common name


Pakchoi, or Chinese Cabbage
Kale, Dwarf Siberian
Cabbage
Early Wakefield
Turnip, Purple-top White Globe
Broadleaf Raintree
Heartleaf Brunnera
Butterflybush
Fascinating
Flaming Violet
Fortune
Peace
Purple Prince
Orangeeye Butterflybush, Charming
Concord
Ie de France
Royal Red


magnifica Oxeye Butterflybush
Bugbane See Cimicifuga.
Bugle See uga
Bugloss See Anchusa.
Bulrush See Scirpus.
Burstwort See Herniaria.
Butterflybush See Buddleia.
Buxus sp. Box
balearica Spanish Box
sempervirens Common Box
pyramidata Pyramid Conmmon Box
suffruticosa Truedwarf Box
Cabbage See Brassica.
Cactus See Cereus.
Calathea argyraea - -


lietzei
lindeniana
makoyana
ornata roseilineata
vandenheckei
zebrina
Calceolaria sp.








Calendula sp.
Call opsis


Lindens Calathea
Makoy Calathea
Roseline Bigleaf Calathea
Vandenheck Calathea
Zebra Calathea \
Calceolaria, Imperial Perfection
Mary Louise
Multiflora Nana
Newyork
Pink Perfection
Pure Flame
Roseacres
Sensation
Stewart
Calendula, Orange Ball
See oreopsi


Number
tested

40
10
10
40
40
50
510
10
50
50
50
50
50
300
600
600
400
50
dme


Rme

5,629
540
20
540
20


25
10
25
20
30
30
20
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
40






-15-


Plant


Calluna vulgaris alba
elata
alporti
area
Camellia sp.



Japonica


Cojmon name


White Scotch Heather
Tall White Scotch Heather
Alport Scotch Heather
Goldleaf Scotch Heather
Camellia
Cluster Red
Duke of Burgandy
Maraschino
Common Camellia, Comte de Gomer
Dixie
Fanny Bolis
John Bennett
Leucantha
Mikenjaku
Pope Pius IX
Spectabilis


Camomile See Anthemis.
Campanula ap. Bellflower, Six Hill
carpatica Carpathian Bellflower, Hareb
elba White Carpathian Bellflower
cullinmore Cullinmore Carpathian Bellfl
glauca Blue Carpathian Bellflower
garganica - -
grandiflora See Platycodon grandiflorum-
medium calycanthema Cup-and-Saucer Bellflower
Blue
Pink
White


Campion
Candytuft
Canna sp.
Capejasmir
Capsicum s
Cardinalf]
Carnation
Carrot
Caryoptern


Cassia ma8
Catananche


ell

owner


Number
tested

500
500
50
350
8
1
13
4
12
22
6
15
1
1
24
1

70
400
475
75
75
1,520

1,510
2,150
2,000
2,065
1,575
1,000
300
1,510
450
550
1,510
1,000
325
OWIM

6

10



400
me"

150
425


persicifoliaa Peachleaf Bellflower
Blue Gardenia
Coerulea
Grandiflora
Misty Morn
Telham Beauty
White
poacharskyana Poscharsky Bellflower
rotundifolia superba Bluebells of Scotland
See Lychnis.
See Iberia.
Canna
Le See Gardenia.
p. Redpepper
.ower See Lobelia.
See Dianthus caryophyllus.
See Daucus.
is incana Common Bluebeard
mastacanthus See C. incana.
tangutica See C. incana.
'ilandica Wild Senna
caerulea Blue Cupidsdart






-16-


Nuinber
Plant Common name tested


Centaurea dealbata Persia:

macrocephala Globe
montana Mounta.
Centranthus ruber Tupite:
albums White
Cerastium tomentosum Snow-i:
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides Blue C
Cereal, Barley See Ho:
Corn See Ze
Oats See Av'
Rye See Se
Wheat S-3ee Tr
Cereus candelaris Candle
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Lawon
nootkatensis glauca
obtusa gracilis
pisifera
area
filifera aurea
plumosa
aurea
squarrosa
Cheiranthus allioni See Er,
Chelone glabra White
lyoni Pink T
Cherry See Pr
Chinagreen See Ag
Chinese Evergreen See Ag
Chive See Al
Chlorophytum elatum Bracke
Chokeberry See Ar'
Chorizema ilicifolium Holly
Christmasfern See Po
Christmasrose See He:
Chrysanthemum ap. Chrysaj


n Centaurea
Steenberg
Gentaurea
irbluet
rsbeard Centranthus
Tupitersbeard Centranthus
n-Summer
eratostigmna
rdeum.
a,
ena.
cale.
iticum.
Cactus
Falsecypress
Blue Nootka Falsecypress
Slender Hinoki Falseeypress
Sawara Falsecypress
Golden Sawara Falsecypress
Yellowthread Sawara Falsecypress
Plume Sawara Falsecypress
Goldenpluae Sawara Falsecypress
Moss Sawara Falsecypress
ysimum asperum.
rurtlehead
urtlehead
UIMs,
laonema.
laonema.
lium.
plant
onia,
Framepea
lystichum.
lleborus.
nthemum

Allegro
Arctic QucesL'
Astrid
Autumn Lights
Aviator
Barbara Smiall
Bergundy
Boston Daisy
Butterball
Calendula
Chiang Kai Shek
Coral Sea
Esther Read
Eugene A. Wander
General ssima
Goblin


150
700
250
900
320
360
710
1,710





15
20
6
1,823
120
2,011
10
3,812
6,905
457

100
100




85

10


2,010
1,040
400
400
65
80
450
400
100
10
400
400
65
400
10
65
65
85







-17-


Number
Plant Common name tested

Chrysanthemum ap. (continued) Chrysanthemum, Harbinger 400
Indian Summer 135
Jean Cumming 190
Nashua 400
North Star 25
Pale Moon 75
Polar Ice 400
Red Wood 20
Rembrandt 50
Robert Brydon 400
'S3quo i a 100
Shasta 200
Sunapee 400
Symphony 65
Tiffany Rose 20
White Cactus 65
White Swan 2,000
Winnetka 100
Button Chrysanthemum, Early Bronze 400
Irene 400
Judith Anderson 425
Julie Lagravere 400
Little Bob 400
Cushion Chrysanthemum, Apricot Glow 400
Gold Cushion 75
King Cushion 100
Lemon 400
Major Cushion 400
Pink Cushion 400
Queen Cushion 50
Red Cushion 550
Rose Cushion 110
Supreme Yellow 400
White 400
Yellow 400
Hardy Chrysanthemum, Algonquin 400
Autumn Lights 400
Avalanche 425
Burgundy 400
Caliph 400
Chippewa 425
Early Joan Helen 400
Eureka 100
Eureka Giant 400
Fireglow 400
Granny Scovill 400
King Midas 500
Lavender Lady 500
Mandalay 400
Mrs. Pierre S. Du Pont III 560
Pink Radiance 400
Red Gold 400
Red Velvet 500









Plant


Chrysanthemum


Cibotium schi
Cimicifuga foE

ra

Cineraria
Cinquefoil


Common name


sp. (continued) Hardy Chrysanthemum, Silver Tips
The Chief
Pompon Chrysanthemum,Dean Kay
Dean Kay Yellow
Dean Ladd
Early Wonder
Lavender Lassie
Lillian Doty
Red Doty
September Bronze
September Cloud
September Gold
White Doty
Yellow Doty
Spoon Chrysanthemum, Bronze
Orchid
Pink
Red
Rose
Yellow
amaliae Amalia Chrysanthemum
areticum Arctic Chrysanthemum, Astrid
Kristina
North Star
Siegfried
c inerariaefolium Dalmatian Pyrethrum
coccineum Florists Pyrethrum
Buckeye
Tames Kelway
Lord Rosebury
Miami Queen
maximum Pyrenees Chrysanthemum, Conqueror
Dieners Giant Beauty
Esther Reed
Mount Shasta
Mrs* C. Lothian Bell
Shastadaisy
White Swan
robinsoni Robinson Pyrenees Chrysanthemum
roseum Pink Pyrenees Chrysanthemum
uliginosum Giantdaisy, Clara Curtis
Moon Daisy
edei Mexican Cibotium
etida Kamchatka Bugbane
simplex Kamchatka Bugbane, White Pearl
;emosa Cohosh Bugbane
simplex See C. foetida simplex.
See Senecio.
See Potentilla.


Number
tested

400
400
400
400
400
400
400
500
550
400
400
500
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
125
400
400
400
400
5,100
2,500
50
50
50
125
400
400
910
500
400
100
485
200
1,200
400
400
5,874
250
100
250








Common name


Cissus di&,rc, J.
'i J.e_erensis
rhombifolia
*;['"..i. ,/', V es

:, tL lata
VO i9 .- 1'-, e
Citrus IJt,-. r." sa
ta :.,-. I .
Cleawe4
Clamatif ?.ij ;-. ,:' -;4 "-
Oleroden i'ron ,:,1si o-i ,9
Clover, ,'hite
Codiaeum n*i...' ..
vai-I ?atun



Coleus sp
Golc ao L .. -.i_. ,:Jo.. ^^n~it-anesi
Columb i -
Cone flower
Convnllaria Trs.ralis

Copperleaf
Coralbells
Cordyline Ctentinaalis
Coreopsis spO
;,?..'...,.: iota -? ?l o replen o

tinctoria
Corn
Corn flower
Cornus floriK.
Cotoneat.: CJ.i.rolia
horIzon talis
Crassula .
aaj -^ '- '-".:


C ree e t-r
Croton puncta*-.
Cryptan h4F ac:u. S
discolor
ruber
I-- e ,ickeri

roseus pl.ctnus
At esc ens
trt Mia al is
zonatus zebrlnus
Cr2tomeria Japonica lobbi
Ctenanthe oppenheimiana
tricolor
Cucumber


Begonia Treebine

Venzuela Treebine
WVa terwithe Treebine
.r azoa, Waterwithe Treebine
Sit.ri.d. Treebine

American Wonder Lemon
Otahel ti Dwar f Orange
See P
Swseta utitai Clematis
Blse d i gheart Glorybower
S-e Trifolium.
And::-e Leafc roton
Leafcroton, Baronne de Rothschild
Corkscrew
Punctatum. See Speckled.
Speckled
Coleus
Desfoctaines Taro
See Aouilegia.
See Rudbecklia.
Lilyofthevalley
Fortunes Lilyofthevalley
See Acalypha.
See Heuchera.
Common Dracena
Coreopsis, Sunburst
Elgdouble Coreopsis
Lance Coreopsis, Mayfield Giant
Calliopsis, Cormata
See Zea.
See Centaurea.
F owe ring Dogwood
Peking Cotoneaster
Rock Cotoneaster
Crassula

S.e i'arthenoicissus.
Croton


Lobb Cryptcmeria


See C'rcumila


pl^L


Number
tested

20
50
18
10
20
10
5
5
5

526
30

50
60
20

50
10
50


1,000
400


20
600
500
300
40


42,740
20
30
5,371
21
-aN
10
60
75
75
50
50
100
10
30
100
138
10
20






-20-


Coimnon name


C : ^-'.' ."[ *.'.. 0O
T: ,.= .'

r ... m _, J


7 *'_J",




.... lus publ-escens

.at'umrochfordianum
_. '. .. ...* ;


i I: ,;..-; i -
Davallia ~ .,.-.
S1 'imo sa
,:- i. ; lar ~


3p.


. ".- ._ '._
-, ., ._

;7 ..i -.
'. -i. '

.1 .' f -'\ -' -
Dai ;'"
-'- i "- *


See 'TIl.andsia.,
See Ereamurus.
Slender Deutzia
Fuzzy Deutzia, Pride of Rochester


Muskmelon, Hale's Best
Cucumber, Black Diamond
Squash, Hubbard
See Niseembergia.
See Catananche,
See Homalomena wallisi.
Cyclamen
Neopolitan Cyclamen
Bermudagrass
Umbrella Flatsedge
Pink Ladyslipper
Yellow Ladyslipper
Showy Ladyslipper
compactum Dwarf Rochfordfern
Orchardgrass
See Bellis.
Daphne, Somerset
Rose Daphne
Garden Carrot, Danvers Half-long
Fiji Davallia
Plumed Fiji Davallia
Fiveblade Davallia
See Hemerocallis.
Larkspur
B. and A. Hybrids
Belladonna
Bellamosum
Chinese Blue
Cliveden Beauty
Gold Medal
Lamartine
Pacific
Round Table
Ch i ine so Larkspur
White Chinese Larkspur
Bee Larkspur, Black Knight
Blue Jay
Cameliard
Galahad
Guinevere
King Arthur
Summersky


Del-'.


Number
tested

10
10
40



20,926
600

10
250
250
250
50,000


65
1,010
100
3,565
5
5

1,500
5,000
50,510
25,675
120
10,075
2,575
3,500
5,000
75
200
200
750
750
750
825
750
750
75


436
500


Ne'


s" '






-21-


Plant


Dianthus


Common name


sp.


barbatus Sweetwilliam, Pink Beauty
Scarlet Beauty
albus White Sweetwilliam
apinus Alpine Sweetwilliam, Newport Pink
salamoni atrococcineus Scarlet Salmon Sweetwilliam
caryophyllus Carnation
Beatrice


deltoides
latifolius





plumarius


albiflorus


Dicentra sp.


cucullaria
eximia
spectabilis


Bismark
Blue Shades
Crimson
Cynthia
Eleanor
Grenadier
Grenadier Pink
Grenadier Red
Grenadier White
Joan Marie
King Cardinal
Lorna
Lucia
Middlemount Red
Minuet
Mrs, Scott Elliott
Olivette
Orchid Beauty
Pharaoh
Pink Shades
Scarlet
Seth Parker
Silvermine
Snowqueen
Sophelia
Virginia Hercules
Ward
Maiden Pink
Button Pink, Beatrice
Furst Bismark
Pink Princess
Rock Haven Red
Silvenrmine
White Reserve
Grass Pink
Essex Witch
Pink Princess
White Grass Pink
Bleedingheart
Sweetheart
Dutchmans-Breeches
Fringed Bleedingheart
Common Bleedingheart


o D


Vu'rlnllbt .-
testzed

156
10
10

2 5




1,50,.,
310

110
710

1,00 '


50
.1 i.'


100
1500




10
2,00
700
10
10




1,000
50


10
10
10
1,2000


10
10
120
250

10
120





900
1,000
50
10
i10











575
14,4 ZZ2
?5
970
1,0:1'0
1,500
100
6OO
9OO
1,100



50
1,500
575
14,422
45
.']50
5,1i00
450






-22-


Plant


Dictamnus albums
purpureus
fraxinella alba
Dieffenbachia bausel
imperalis
leoni
picta


Common name


Gasplant Dittany
Ruber Gasplant Dittany
See D. albums.
Bause Taftroot
Imperial Tuftroot

Variable Tuftroot
Rudolph Roehrs


barraquiniana - -
Jenmanni - -
memoria carsi Cars Tuftroot
superba
splendens Whitespot Tuftroot
Dielytra spectabilis See Dicentra,
Digitalis sp. Foxglove, Shirley
ambigua Yellow Foxglove
purpurea Common Foxglove


alba
gloxiniaeflora
rosea
Dittany
Dogwood
Doronicum caucasicum

clusii
pardalianches
Douglasfir
Dracena
Dracaena dermnensis warnecki
fragrans linden
long
massangeana
pennocki
rothiana
victoria
godseffiana kelleri
goldieana
gracilis
terminalis
Dracoecephalum virginianum
Dragonhead, False
Droptongue
Dropwort
Dutchmans-Bree che s
Dutchmanspipe
Dyckia sulphurea
Echinacea purpurea
Echinops humnilis
ritro
Edelweiss
Eggplant
Elephant sear


Isabell
White Common Foxglove
Gloxinia Foxglove
Rose Common Foxglove
See Dictamnus.
See Cornus.
Caucasian Leopardbane
Mne. Mason
Downy Leopardbane

See Pseudotsuga.
See Cordyline.

Linden Fragrant Dracaena



Roth Fragrant Dracaena
Victoria Dracaena
Keller Dracaena
Goldie Dracaena

See Cordyline terminalis.
See Physostegia virginiana.
See Physostegia.
See Schismatoglottis.
See Filipendula.
See Dicentra.
See Aristolochia.
Sulphur Dyckia
Purple Echinacea
Siberian Globethistle
Small Globethistle
See Leontopodium.
See Solanum.
See Colocasia.


Number
tested

400
900oo

20
5
10
26
20
10
10
20
15
15

5,310
250
600
300
125
1,100
130


375
1,910
100
150
OWN
,m
10
10
15
6
5
5
20
6
20
40







50
500
iI00
400






-23-


Plant


Epimedium alpinum rubrum
macranthum niveum
roseum
violaceum
pinnatum elegant
sulphureum
Episica coccinea
cupreata
Eremuus sp.
Erica carnea rosea
mediterranea
stricta
tetralix
Erigeron speciosus
Erinus alpinus albums
roseus
Erodium chamaedryoides
Eryngium alpinum
amethystinum
Eryngo
Erysimum asperum
Ruchari s grandiflora
Euonymus alatus compactus
fortune kewensis
radicans
vegetus
vegetus
Rupatorium coelestinum
Euphorbia ppithymoidesa
polychroma
pulcherrima
Talsecypress
7alseflag
Tarfugium grande
Fatsia Japonica
Fern, Birdsnestfern
Boston Fern
Brake
Christmasfern
Cibotium Fern
Cliffbrake
Davallia Fern
Hartstongue Fern
Holly Fern
House-holly Fern
Maidenhair Fern
Polypody Fern
Rochfordfern
Staghorn Fern
Treefern
Festuca elatior
rubra commutata
Feverfew


Common name


Red Alpine Epimedium
Snowy Epimedium
Bishopshat Epimedium
Violet Epimedium
Showy Goldenfleece Epimedium
Yellow Epimedium


Desertcandle
Rosypink Spring Heath
Biscay Heath
Corsican Heath
Crossleaf Heath
Oregon Fleabane
Wall Alpine Liverbalsam
Roseus Alpine Liverbalsam
Heronbill
Bluetop Eryngo
Amethyst Eryngo
See E.im
Plains Erysimum
Amazonlily Eucharis
Dwarf Winged Euonymus
Kew Wintercreeper Euonymus
Common Wintercreeper Euonymus
Bigleaf Wintercreeper Ruonymus
See E. fortunei vegetus.
Mistflower Eupatorium
au hioi EuZaherbli
See E. epithymoides.
Oakleaf Poinsettia
See Chamaecyparis.
See Neomarica.
See Ligularia kaempferi.
Japanese Fatsia
See Asplenium.
See Nephrolepis.
See Pteris.
See Polystichum.
See Cibotium.
See Pellaea.
See Davallia.
See Phyllitis.
See Potystichum.
See Cyrtomium.
See Adiantum.
See Polypodium.
See Cyrtomium
See Platycerium.
See Alsophila.
Meadow Fescue
Chewlngs Fescue
See Matricaria.


Number
tested

550
1,000
300
900
900
500
110
20
200
200
200
200
100
225
45
220
5300
150
300

260
5
78
150
550
210

4,520
110

10



10




mm~m

-aml



a-~e








Gao mmon name


Ficus austrais
elastica
exotica
pumila
radicans variegata
repens
rubiginosa
Fig
Filipendula hexapetala
florepleno
purpurea elegant
rubra venusta
Firethorn
Fittonia verschaffeltii
argyroneura
pearcei
Flamepea
Flatsedge
Flax
Fleabane
Foamflower
Forgetmenot
Forsythia intermedia primulina
suspense
Foxglove
Franci scea
Fuchsia ape
magellanica
Funkia alba
lanceolata
subcordata
Gaillardia sp.
aristata

grandiflora
Galangal
Gardenia jasminoides
Gayfeather
Gentian
Gentiana acaulis clusii
andrewsii
linearis
Geranium, Garden
Geranium ibericum platypetalum
platypetalum
sanguineum
Germander
Geum borisi
chiloense



Giantdaisy
Gillenia trifoliata


See F rbiginosa. --
Ind iarubber Fig 6
- 10
Climbing Fig 150
Variegated Rooting Fig 60
See F. pumila. -
Rusty Fig 10
See Ficus. -.
Dropwort 550
Double Dropwort 1,210
Showy Japanese Meadowsweet 200
Prairie Meadowsweet, Martha Washington 1,500
See Pyracantha. -
Tall Fittonia 60
Silvernerve Fittonia 110
Pearce Fittonia 60
See Chorizema. -
See Cyperus. -
See Linum. -
See Erigeron. -
See Tiarella. --
See Myosotis. --
Primrose Border Forsythia 300
Weeping Forsythia 500
See Digitalis. --
See Brunfelsia. --
Fuchsia 30
Magellan Fuchsia 400
See Hosta plantaginea -
See Hosta caerulea. -
See Hosta plantaginea. -
Gaillardia, Goblin 800
Common Perennial Gaillardia 700
Portola 1,500
See G. aristata. -
See Alpinia. --
Capej asmine 10
See Liatris. --
See Gentiana. -
Clusius Stemless Gentian 150
Andrews Gentian 200
Narrowleaf Gentian 200
See Pelargonium. --
See G. platypetalum. Mf
- - 250
Bloodred Geranium 250
See Teucrium, -
- - 200
Chile Avens, Lady Stratheden 1,675
Mrs. Bradshaw 485
Princess Juliana 300
Prince of Orange 150
See Chrysanthemum uliginosum. -
Bowmansroot 50


Plant


Number
tested







-25-


Plant


Ginkgo biloba
Globedaisy
Globeflower
Globethistle
Globularia cordifolia
Glorybower
Glorybush
Goatsbeard
Goldenray
Grape
Grass, Bentgrass
Bermudagrass
Bluegrass
Fescue
Orchardgrass
Redtop
Ryegrass
St. Augustinegrass
Witchgrass
Grass Pink
Grevillea robusta
Groundcherry
Groundsel
Guamania musaica
Mim
zahni
Gypsophila paniculata

florepleno
repens bodgersi
rosea
viscosa
Hartstonfue Fern
Heath
Heather
Hebe lyalli
Hechtia glomerata
Hedera sp.
canariensis variegata
helix



baltica
conglonierata
cordata
hahnii
maculata
maderensis


Common name


Ginkgo
See Globularia.
See Trollius.
See Echinops.
Heartleaf Globedaisy
See Clerodendron.
See Tibouchina.
See Aruncus.
See Ligularia.
See Vitis.
See Agrostis.
See Cynodon.
See Poa.
See Festuca.
See Dactylis.
See Agrostis.
See Lolium.
See Stenotophrum.
See Panicum.
See Dianthus.
Silkoak Grevillea
See Physalis.
See Senecio.
Colombian Gumnania

Babysbreath
flamingo
Double Babysbreath
Bodger Creeping Gypsophila
Rosy Creeping Gypsophila
Sticky Gypsophila, Bristolfairy
See Phyllitis.
See Erica.
See Calluna.


Ivy
Yellowedge Algerian Ivy
English Ivy
Manda
Pinoak
Maple Queen
Baltic Ivy
Bunchleaf English Ivy

Hahn English Ivy
Leopard English Ivy
See H. canariensis.


Number
tested

20



270
















20


10
50
800
500
1,500
1,250
1,250
11,010



300
25
250,020
10
3
20
10
6
25
160
10
12
20






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Plant


C.omon name


Helenium sp,




autumnale rubrum
tenuifolium

Helianthemum nummularium





Helianthus sp.


Heliconia bihai
spectabilis
Heliopsis sp.
scabra
inc omparabilis
Heliotropium sp.
Hell otrope
Hellebore
Helleborus niger
Helxine soleiroli
Hemerocallis sp.



















fulva kwanso
Hemigraphis colorata
Hemlock
Hen-and-Chi okens
Hepatica americana
Herniaria glabra
Heronbill


Sneezeweed, Baronin Linden
Chippersfield Orange
Crimson Beauty
Peregrinum
The Bishop
Red Common Sieezeweed
Bitterweed, Riverton Beauty
Riverton Gem
Sunrose, Buttercup
Double Orange
Fireball
Multiplex
Mutabile
Rhodanthe Carnea
Sunflower, Loddon Gold
Mrs. Fassel
Orgyalis
Carib Heliconia

Heliopsis, Golden Rays
Rough Heliopsis

Heliotrope
See Heliotropium.
See Helleborus.
Christmasrose
Babystears
Daylily, Amaryllis
Apricot
Baystate
Dora Wyman
Dr. Regel
Flavia
Florham
Gem
Goblin.See Goldeni.
Goldendream
Golden
Gypsy
Hyperion
To A. Crawford
Mrs. W. H. Wyman
Ophir
Patricia
Serenade
Thunbergi
Kwanso Tawny Daylily

See Tsuga.
See Sempervivum tectorum.
Roundlobe Hepatica
German Ivy, or Common Burstwort
See Erodium.


Number
tested

500
500
500
750
550
2,510
1,010
2,510
900
50
700
225
300
600
300
200
150
100
50
10
400
25
10


1,500
50
20
35
25
35
50
35
35
10

20
85
60
60
55
60
55
110
20
15
10
110


150
10








Plant


Heuchera brizoides
lithophila
rosemundi
sanguinea







Hibiscus rosa-sinensis cooper
Hoffmiannia ghiesbreghti
refulgens


Holly
Hollyfern
Hollyhock
Homalocla.
Homalomen.
Honeysuck;
Hordeum vi
Hosta sp.
cae:
forl
plain
und
Houseleek
Hoya carn<

Hydrangea


dium platycladum
a wallisi


Common name


See H. lithophila.
Pinkbells
Rosemund Alumroot
Coralbells
Cascade
Garnet
Oakcington Jewel
Perrys White
Pluie de Feu
Rosmond
Snowflake
Cooper Chinese Hibiscus


See Ilex.
See Polystichum.
See Althea.
Ribbonbush


le See Lonicera.
ulgare Barley
Plantainlily
rulea Blue Plantalnlily
tunei Fortunes Plantainlily
ataginea Fragrant Plantainlily
ulata Wavyleaf Plantainlily
See Sempervivum.
osa Common Waxplant
variegata Variegated Waxplant
sp. Hydrangea, Bobby Merritt
Caprice
Daphne
Dundalk
Engel' s 'White
Fort Schritt
JTean Merritt
Marveille
Merritt' s Beauty
Regula
Sonnengruss
Strafford
arborescens grandiflora Snowhill Smooth Hydrangea
macrophylla Bigleaf Hydrangea, Altoona
Ami Pasquaar
Europa
Gert Glahn
Goliath
Hamburg
Kunert
Louis Savage
Marechal Foch
M. Baardse
Merveille


Number
tested


410
65
30
200
400
200
810
700
1,150
100
5
20
20



25
15


10
200
200
2,200
200

40
10
3,525
10
1,500
2,075
4,525
2,000
3,100
10
1,400
6,750
1,410
36,275
456
10,350
6,300
10,075
20,850
7,200
18,100
10,150
30,050
1,350
4,425
56,700









Plant


Hydrangea macrophylla (continued)



paniculata grandiflora
Hypericum sp.
calycinum
Hypoestis sanguinolenta
Iberia sempervirens


Ilex cornuta
glabra
opaca
Impatiens sultani
variegata
Inkberry
Iris cristata
pumila


Isolepis gracilis
Ivy, Algerian
Baltic
English
German
Ivyarum
Ixora coccinea
stricta rubra
Jacobinia carnea
Jasmine
Jasminum mesnyi
officinale affine
grandiflorum
primulinum
sambac

Johnnyjumpup
Juniper
Juniperus chinensis
albovariegata
columnaris
glauca
japonica
albovariegata
mas
neaboriensis
pfitzeriana
pyramidalis
sargenti
communism columnaria
glauca
depressa
hibernica


Common name


Bigleaf Hydrangea, Mmne. E. Chautard
Mme. E. Moulliere
Niedersachen
Rosabell
Peegee Panicle Hydrangea
St. Johnswort, Sungold
Aaronsbeard St. Johnswort

Evergreen Candytuft
Little Gem
Snowflake
Chinese Holly
Inkberry
American Holly
Sultan Snapweed

See Ilex.
Crested Iris
Dwarf Iris, Atroviolacea
Cyanea
Mignonette
See Scirpus cernuus.
See Hedera.
See Hedera.
See Hedera.
See Herniaria.
See Scindapsus.
Jungleflame Ixora, Prince Albert


See Jasminum.
Primrose Jasmine


See J. mesnyi.
Arabian Jasmine
Maid of Orleans
See Viola.
See Juniperus.
Chinese Juniper
White Variegated Chinese Juniper
Columnar Chinese Juniper
Blue Columnar Chinese Juniper
Japanese Juniper
White Variegated Japanese Juniper

Conical Chinese Juniper
Pfitzer Chinese Juniper
Pyramidal Chinese Juniper
Sargent Chinese Juniper
Upright Common Juniper
Blue Upright Common Juniper
Oldfleld Common Juniper
Irish Juniper


Number
tested

6
1,700
7,850
5,850
90
100
200
10
11,170
1,735
11,935
110
20
20
40
20

110
200
500
100






30
50
10

25
10
15

10
30


2,228
138
3,607
6,694
283
217
238
300
19,482
1,928
2,640
3,125
1,885
479
5,404







-29-


Number
Plant Co;-ni.on name tested


Juniperus (continued)
excelsa
stricta
horizontalis
plumosa
sabina
tamariscifolia
scopulorum chandler
squamata meyeri
prostrata
virginiana
burki
canaerti
crebra
glauca
globosa
hill
keteleeri
schotti
wallichiana
Justicia magnifica
Kalanchoe blossfeldiana
globulifera coccinea
Kale
Kniphofia sp.








Laburnum anagyroides
Lacinaria pycnostachya
Lactuca sativa
longifolia
Ladyslipper
Larkspur
Lathyrus latifolius
albus
rosea
Laurocerasus
Lavandula officinalis

spica
vera
Lavender
Lavendercotton
Leafcroton
Lemon
Leontopodium alpinum
Leopardbane
Lettuce


Greek Juniper
Spiny Greek Juniper
Creeping Juniper, Bar Harbor
Andorra Creeping Juniper
Savin Juniper
Tamarix Savin Juniper
Chandler Rocky Mountain Juniper
Meyer Singleseed Juniper
Prostrate Singleseed Juniper
Eastern Redcedar
Burk Eastern Redcedar
Canaert Eastern Redcedar
North Eastern Redcedar
Silver Eastern Redcedar
Globe Eastern Redcedar
Hill Eastern Redcedar
Keterleer Eastern Redcedar
Schott Eastern Redcedar
Wallichs Juniper
See Jacobinia carnea.

See K. blossfeldiana.
See Brassica.
Torchlily
Golden Sceptre
Goldmine
Mt. Etna
Primrose Beauty
Robusta
Royal Standard
Vanilla
Goldenchain Laburnum
See Liatris pycnostachya.
Garden Lettuce, White Boston
Cos Lettuce, Paris White
See Cypripedium.
See Delphinium.
Perennial Peavine, Pink Beauty
Whitepearl Perennial Peavine
Rosy Perennial Peavine
See Prunus.
True Lavender
Munstead Dwarf
See L. officinalis.
See L. officinalis.
See Lavandula.
See Santolina.
See Codiaeum.
See Citrus.
Common Edelweiss
See Doronicum.
See Lactuca.


2,912
14,060
43
1,222
528
4
2,133
2,771
12
4,000
1,141
5,224
335
3,926
188
1,207
2,283
156
100

12


1,500
200
200
50
200
200
200
200
20

40
40


175
150
50

535
300






200









Number
tested


C(: nr.n name


Liatris pycnostachya
scariosa
alba
Ligularium kaernipferi
Lilac
Lilium longiflorum
Lily
Lilyofthevalley
Lilyturf
Linum flavum
perenne
sibiricum
Lionsheart
Liverbalsam
Lobelia cardinalis
siphilitica
Lolium perenne
Lonicera canadensis
henryi
ruprechtiana
tatarica
Loosestrife
LUgwort
Lychnis viscaria
splendens florepleno
Lysimachia nummularia
punmctata
Lythrum sp.
salicaria
roseum
Magnolia liliflora nigra
soulangeana
stellata
Mahonia aquifolium
Maidenhair Fern
Malanga
Maple
Maranta arundinacea
bicolor
calathea
leuconeura kerchoveana
makoyana
oppenheimi ana
ornata roseilineata
vandenheckl
Marcgravia paradoxa
Marica
Marjoram
Matricaria tchihatchewi


Mayweed


Kansas Gayfeather 1
Tall G(..-feather, September Glory
White Tall Gayfeather
Kaempfer Goldenray
See Syringa.
Easter Lily 2
See Lilium.
See Convallaria.
See Mondo.
Golden Flax
Perennial Flax 2
See L. perenne.
See Physostegia.
See Erinus.
Cardinalflower
Bigblue Lobelia
Perennial Ryegrass
American Fly Honeysuckle
Henry Honeysuckle
Manchurian Honeysuckle
Tatarian Honeysuckle
See Lysimachia.
See Pulmonaria.
Clammy Campion 2
Double Rosepink Clammy Campion
Moneywort
Spotted Loosestrife
Lythrum, Mardens Pink
Furple Lythrum, The Beacon
Rose Lythrum
Purple Lily Magnolia
Saucer Magnolia
Star Magnolia
Oregongrape
See Adiantum.
See Xanthosoma.
See Acer.
Bermuda Arrowroot

See M. bicolor.
Red spot Banded Arrowroot
See Calathea makoyana.
See Ctenanthe oppenheimiana.
See Calathea ornata roseilineata.
See Calathea vandenheckel.

See Neomarica.
See Origanum.
Turfingdaisy, or Feverfew, or Mayweed
Golden Ball
Silver Ball
See Matricaria.


Plant


,545
.710
500
20

000



440
,210



100
225

182
25
100
30


,000
10
300
400
50
400
250
5
127
6
20


150
225
125


-30.









Plant


Mazus japonicus
rugosus
Meadowrue
Meadowsweet
Medinilla magnifica
Mentha piperita
rotundifolia
Mertensia virginica
Milkweed
Mimosa pudica
Mint
Monarda didyma
fistulosa alba
Mondo Japonicum
Moneywort
Monkshood
Mother-of-Thyme
Mountainbluet
Muehlenbeckia axillaris
nana
platyclados
Musa cavendishi
nana
Muskmelon
Myosotis sp.
alpeatris

palustris
scorpioides
semperflorens
Nasturtium
Neomarica coerulea
northiana
Neoregelia carolinae
marcechali
marmnnorata
princeps
spectabilis
tristis
Nepenthes atrosanguinea
domini
intermedia
picturata
williamsi
Nepeta sp.
mussini
Nephrolepis exaltata bostoniensis
Nephthytis sp.
afzeli
liberica
triphylla


Common name


See M. japonicus.
See Thalictrum.
See Filtpendula.

Peppermint
Apple Mint
Virginia Bluebells
See Asolepias.
Sensitiveplant
See Mentha.
Oswego Beebalm
White Wildbergamot Beebalm
See Ophiopogon Japonlcus.
See lyimachia.
See Aconitum.
See Thymus.
See Centaurea.
Matbush Wirevine
See M. axillaris.
See coalocladium platycladum.
See M* nana.
Dwarf Banana
See Cucumis.
Forgetmenot
Alpine Forgetmenot
Blue Gem
See M. scorpioides.
True Forgetmenot
Dwarf Perpetual True Forgetmenot
See Tropaeolum.

North Falseflag


Redbottle Nepenthes
Domin Nepenthes
Midway Nepenthes
See Rhektophyllum mirabile.
Williams Nepenthes
Nepeta, Souvenir d'Andre Chaudron
Persian Nepeta
Boston Fern
Nephthytis, Emnerald Gem

See N. afzeli.


Number
tested

100

emo

30
250
250
200

10

1,000
75




200



10

i0,200
200



5O

6O00
110
10





5
10
10
sx.






10200
25






10
5







5
800






110






5
emme
10





5
10
310
610
25
18
5
5
10
5

5
100
3,310
6
25
18

25






-JK)


Plant


Common name


Nidularium amazonicum
fulgens
inaocenti
purpureum
striatum
Nierembergia rivularis
Norfolkislandpine
Oats
Obedientplant
Oenothera fruticosa
young
glauca fraseri
fyrverkeri
missouriensis
Olea fragrant
Ophiopogon Japonicus
Opuntia humilis
tuna
Orange
Oregongrape
Origanum vulgare
Osmanthus aquifolia
fortune
fragrans
ilicifolius
Pachysandra procumbens
terminalis
Pakchoi
Pandanus baptisti
sanderi
veitchi
Panicum sp.
Pansy, Garden
Papaver oriental


White Cupflower
See Araucaria
See Avena.
See Physostegia.
Common Sundrops
Youngs Common Sundrops
Fraser Blueleaf Sundrops
Fyrverker Blueleaf Sundrops
Ozark Sundrops
See Osmanthus fragrans.
Lilyturf
See 0. tuna.
Tuna Pricklypear
See Citrus.
See Mahonia.
Common Marjaram
See 0. ilicifolius.
Fortunes Osmanthus
Sweet Osmanthus
Holly Osmanthus
Allegany Pachysandra
Tapanese Pachysandra
See Brassica.
Screwpine
Timor Screwpine
Veitch Screwpine
Witchgrass
See Viola tricolor hortensis.
Oriental Poppy
Australia
Barrs White
Beauty of Livermere
Betty Ann
Cavalier
Crimson Pompon
Curtis Giant Mulberry
Enchantress
Fairy
Fireball
Gold of Ophir
Grand Duke
Helen Elizabeth
Henri Oayeux
Indian Chief
Teannie Mawson
Joyce
Lula Ae Neeley
May Sadler
Mrs. G, Pott


m o I


Number
tested

15
11
20
510
10
1,210



100
550
50
300
100

35

100


150

10
5
15
200
20,050
15
5
56
25

1,500
75
304
125
265
150
75
75
75
110
100
879
100
125
415
75
125
75
25
127
100









Plant


Papaver oriental (cont.,




















Parsnip
Parthenocissus tricuspldai-%,
J*i
Pasqueflower
Passiflora alatocaerulea
maculifolia
pfordti
racemosa
Passionflower
Pastinaca sativa
Pea, Garden
Pearlwort
Peavine
Pelargonium sp.

















Pellaea viridis
Pellionia daveauana
pulchra


Common namiE


S-1ental


Poppy, Mrs, Perry
Mrs. (E.G.)Stobart
Olympia
Orange Perfection
Oriental King
Perrys White
Peter Pan
Phenomenal
Pink Radiance
Pixie
Proserpine
Purity
Red Flame
Salmon Glow
Snowflame
Toreador
Trilby
Watteau
Wunderkind


See Pastinaca.
Japanese Creeper
. Lowes Japanese Creeper
see Anemone.
Ahite Passionflower

See Po alatocaerulea.

-- Passiflora.
rien Parsnip, Guernsey
"- ,' Pisum.
-s Sagina.
J3e Lathyrus.
Cirdrien Geranium
Daybreak
Easter Greeting
M. Sprague
Mme,. Buchner
Mne, Landry
Mrs* Lawrence
Olympic
Palmer Salmon
Pink Fiat
Portevine
Radio Red
Red Fiat
Ricard
Springtime
Zolia
Green Cliffbrake


tLea
teai-9..T



i








120
200
350
175
7
75
100
150
75
9 -
r'l .'
10


"T --

15










2.,9
=r
-5'3








10
2,510
2teBS*







8,303
3,010
1,000
15,310

10
w~lO









50 0 -
110l






-34-


Number
Plant Common name tested


Penstemon sp.
barbatus torreyi
digitalis
garretti
laevigatus
torreyi
Peperomia clusiaefolia
crassifolia
obtusifolia
variega; 3
rotundifolia
sandersi
Pepper
Peppermint
Periwinkle
Petrea volubilis
Petunia sp.
Philodendron acuminatissimum
andreanum
auritum
cordatum
corsinianum
dubium
erubescens
hastatum
mandaianum
imbe
lacerum
mamei
radiatum
scandens
selloum
sodiroi
verrucosum
Phlox sp.
decussata


Penstemon, Firebird
See P. torreyi.
Mintleaf Penstemon
Garretts Penstemon
See P. digitalis.
Torrey Penstemon


Ovalleaf Peperomia
Variegated Ovalleaf Peperomis
Coinleaf Peperomia
Sanders Peperomia
See Piper.
See Mentha.
See Vinca.
Purplewreath Petrea
Petunia
Tapertip Philodendron


Heartleaf Philodendron
Redrim Philodendron



Manda Philodendron


1,010

500
425

1,000
10
20
21
115
10
41


- 10
Warty Philodendron 10
Phlox 14,560
Decussata Phlox, Albert Leo Schlogeter 700
B. Comte 700
Caroline Vandenberg 700
Charles Curtis 700
Count Zeppelin 700
Daily Sketch 700
Enchantress 710
Eva Foerster 700
Fiancee 700
Flash 700
H. B. May 700
Margaret Gavin Jores 700
Mary Louise 700
Mia Ruys 700
Royal Purple 700
Snowball 700
Spitfire 700









Plant


Phlox divaricata
canadewid
laphami
frondosa
glaberrima


nivalis
sylvestris
ovata
pulchra
paniculata


subulata


alba
hentzi
lilacina
rose
Phyllaurea
Phyllitis scolopendrium
c3
Phyllotaenium
Physalis alkekengi
bunyardi
Physostegia virginiana


all
Picea abies
excelsa
glauca albertiana
conica
pungens glauca
kosteriana
moerheimi
Pick-a-Baek Plant
Pieris japonica
Pilea muscosa
spruceana
Pine
Pineapple
Pink


'istatum







Oa


Conmrn name


Sweetwilliam Phlox
Canada Sweetwilliam Phlox
Lapham Sweetwilliam Phlox
Phlox Vivid
Smooth Phlox, Miss Lingard
Miss Verboom
Trailing Phlox, Camla
Dixie
Mountain Phlox
Pastel Mountain Phlox
Summer Phlox, Blue Boy
Border Queen
Count Zeppelin
Daily Sketch
E.I .arrington
Enchantress
George Stipp
Hauptmann Kohl
Leo Schlageter
Mary Louise
P.D.Williams
Rheinlander
Moss Phlox, Atropurpurea
Blue Hills
Fairy
White Moss Phlox
See P. nivalis.
Lilac Moss Phlox
Rosemoss Phlox
See Codiaeum.
Harts tongue Fern

See Xanthosoma.
Strawberry Groundcherry
See P. alkekengl.
Virginia Lionsheart, Rosy Spire
(Obedientplant) Summer Glow
Vivid
White Virginia Lionsheart
Norway Spruce
See P. abies.
Alberta White Spruce
Dwarf White Spruce
Blue Colorado Spruce
Koster Colorado Spruce
Moerheim Colorado Spruce
See Tolmiea.
Japanese Pieris
Clearweed

See Pinus.
See Ananas.
See Dianthus.


Number
tested

700
210
510
1,200
3,210
700
10
340
700
700
400
750
300
500
1,500
3,000
1,200
2,200
850
1,000
900
3,000
1,410
700
700
735

700
700

10
10

300

1,260
300
1,000
1,200
5,500

20
156
77
163
50

4,005
25









Common name


Pink, Grass
Pinkbells
Pinus mugo
mnughus
Piper magnificum
nigrum
ornatum
Pisum sativum
Plantainlily
platycerium alciorna
angolense
bifurcatum
majus
grande
hilli
vassei
willincki
Platycodon grandiflorum


See Dianthus.
See Heuchera lithophila,
Swiss Mountain Pine
Mugho Swiss Mountain Pine

Black Pepper
Celebes Pepper
Garden Pea, Radio
See Hosta.
See P. bifurcatum.
Angola Staghornfern
Common Staghornfern

Giant Staghornfern
Green Staghornfern

Java Staghornfern
Balloonflower
Praecox Giganteum


album White Balloonflower
azureum Azure Balloonflower
caeruleum Skyblue Balloonflower
mariesi Maries Balloonflower
Plectranthus certendahlia - -
Plumbago coccinea See Plumbago rosea coccinea.
larpentiae See Ceratostigmna plumbaginoides.
rosea coccinea Scarlet Plumbago
Poa compressa Canada Bluegrass
pratensis Kentucky Bluegrass
trivialis Rough-stalked Bluegrass
Poinsettia See Euphorbia.
Polemonium sp. Polemonium, Blue Pearl
humile See P. pulcherrimum.
pulcherrimum Skunkleaf Polemonium
reptans Creeping Polemonium
Polygonatum multiflorum Eurasian Solonomseal
Polypodium aureum mandianum Manda Golden Polypody
subauriculatum knightiae Knight Jointed Polypody
Polyscias balfouriana Balfour Polyscias
Polystichum sp. Hollyfern
acrostichoides Christmasfern
tsussimense Tsussima Hollyfern
Poppy See Papaver.
Potato See Solanum.
Potentilla sp. Potentilla, Gold Drop
andicola Colombian Cinquefoil
fruticosa purdomi Purdom Bush Cinquefoil
tridentata Wineleaf Cinquefoil
verna nana Dwarf Spring Cinquefoil
Pothos argyraeus See Scindapsus pictus.
aureus See Scindapsus aureus.
wilcoxi See Scindapsus aureus wilcoxi.
Pricklypear See Opuntia.
Primrose See Primula.


825
201


5
5
410
600
1,300
1,500
200
550
20


30




1,035

100
985
200
50
5
10
6
3,240
50,000


75
50
23
500
200


Plant


-36-


Number
tested





-37-


Plant


Primula acaulis
auwicula
cashmiriana
denticulata cachemiriana
florindae
japonica
juliae

officinalis
polyantha
sieboldi
veris






vulgaris
Prunus sp.
nipponica
Pseudotsuga douglasi
taxi folia
Pteris adiantoides
cretica rivertoniana
wilsoni
ensiformis victoria
flabellata
quadriaurita argyraea
tremula
Pulmonaria angustitolia azurea
saccharata
Pulsatilla vulgaris
Puya alpestris
Pyracantha cocoinea lalandi
Pyrethrum
Radish
Raintree
Raphanus sativus

Redcedar, Eastern
Redpepper
Retinospora
Rhaphidophora decursiva
Rhektophyllum mirabile
Rhododendron sp.

catawbiense
maximum
ponticum
roseum
Rhoeo discolor
Rhyncho spermum


Gqaii name


See P. rrlgaris.
Auricula Primrose
See P. denticulata cachemiriana.
Kashmir Primrose
Tibetan Primrose
Japanese Primrose
Julia Primrose, Helen
Wanda
See P. veris.
Polyantha Primrose
Siebold Primrose
Cowslip Primrose
Blue
Giant Munstead
Goldlace
Lutea
Red
Yellow
English Primrose

Takane Cherry
See P. taxifolia.
Douglasfir
See Pellaea viridis.
Riverton Brake
Wilson Brake
Victoria Brake

Striped Brake
Australian Brake
Azure Cowslip Lungwort
Bethlehem Lungwort
See Anemone pulsatilla.

Laland Firethorn
See Chrysanthemum.
See Raphanus.
See Brunfelsia.
Garden Radish, Red Giant
Scarlet Globe
See Juniperus.
See Capsicum.
See Chamaecyparis.


Rhododendron
Dr. H.C. Dresselhuys
Catawba Rhododendron
Rosebay Rhododendron
Ponticum Rhododendron
Pink Ponticum Rhododendron
Oyster Rhoeo
See Trachelospermnu.


Number
tested


700

260
200
400
600
5300

2,000
100
310
725
1,250O
50
175
485
150
300
10
225

26

50,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
75,025
1,525
375

10
20



40
40



10
5
82,356
179
1,265
134
18,800
104
25








Common nsee


Ribbonbush
Rockoress
Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum
Rosa sp.






































Rose
Rosemallow
Rosemary
Rosmarinus office inalis
Rubus reflexus pictus
Rudbeckia laciniata florepleno
purpurea
Rye
Sage
Sagebrush
Sagina glabra
Saintpaulia sp.


See Homalocladium. -
See Arabia. -
Watercress 75
Rose 36
Tesendorf 750
Polyantha, Betty Prior 53
Deagmar Spaeth 78
Ellen Poulsen 78
Kirsten Poulsen 78
Lafayette 103
Pinocchio 50
Tea Rose, Ami Quinard 53
Better Times 12
Betty Uprichard 103
Caledonia 100
Crimson Glory 3
Duchess of Wellington 100
Etoile de Holland 100
General MacArthur 100
Golden Dawn 100
Imperial Potentate 100
Kaiserin Auguste Vikoria 50
Margaret McGredy 50
Miss Rowena Thorn 100
Mie. Tules Bouche 75
Pink Dawn 100
Poinsettia 50
President Herbert Hoover 75
Radiance 203
Red Radiance 103
Talisman 103
Triomphe de 1' Exposition 750
Large-flowered Climber, American Pillar 53
Dr. Huey 53
Dr. W. Van Fleet 53
Ille de France 50
Mary Wallace 53
Paul's Scarlet 53
Silver Moon 53
See Rosa. -


See Hibiscus.
See Rosmarinus.
Rosemary


550


- - iou
Cutleaf Cone flower, Goldenglow 150
See Echinacea ururea --
See Secale. -
See Salvia. --
See Artemisia .
Smooth Pearlwort 300
Africanviolet, Fischer's Double Blue 1,000
Pink Beauty 1,000
White Lady 1,000


Kew Africanviolet, Blue Boy


Plant


-36-


Number
tested


kewensis


2,000







-39-
nujmber
Plant Common Iam.e tested


Salisburia adiantifolia
Salvia sp.

nemorosa
officinalisa
pitcher
pratensis
alba
virgata
Sandwort
Sansevieria zeylanica
Santolina chamaecyparissus
incana
virens
viridls
Saxifraga sarmentosa
Scabiosa caucasica
fischeri
Scabious
Schismatoglottis marantifolium
neo-guineensis
roebelini
Scindapsus aureus
wilcoxi
pictus
argyraeus
Scirpus cernuus
Screwpine
Secale cereale
Bedurm acre
hybridum
kamtschaticum
reflexum
selskianum
sieboldi
spectabile
spurium
stoloniferum coccineum
Selaginella caulescens
denticulata
emmeliana'
uncinata
willdenovi
Sempervivum arachnoideun
arenarium
globiferum
ruthenicum
tectorum
Senecio cruentus
pulcher
Senna
Sensitiveplant
Serissa foetida variegata.


See Ginkgo biloba.
Sage
Harbinger's Dwarf Sage
Violet Sa.e
Garden Sage
Pitchers Sai-e
Meadow Sage
White Meadow Sage
See S. nemorosa.
See Arenaria.
Ceylon Sansevieria
Cypress Lavendercotton
See S. chamaecyparissua.
Green Lavendercctton
See S. virens.
Strawberry Saxifrage
Caucasian Scabious, Isaac House
Fischers Scabious
See Scabiosa.
See Aglaonena comutatum.
New Guinea Droptongue

Solomonislands Ivyarum
Wilcox Solomonislands Ivyarum
Painted Ivyarun
Silver Painte. Ivyarum
Weeping Bulrush
See Pandanus.
Rye
Goldmoss Stonecrop
Evergreen. Stonecrop
Orange Stonecrop
Jenny Storlecrop

Slebold Stonecron
Showy Stonecrop
Tworow Stonriecrop
Scarlet Running Stonecrop
Erect Selaginella
Mediterranean Selaginella
Emmel Selaginella
Blue Selaginella

Spiderweb 7Houzeleek
Sand Houseleek
See S. ruthenicum.

Hen-and-Chickens
Common Cineraria
Uruguay Groundsel
See Cassia.
See Mimosa.
Yellowrim ierissa


60
3
1,150
50
500
50
50


3
900

150

6
300
50


10
10
56
50
10
50
60


100
100
1,260
100
50
410
200
1'-0
I 13
50


10
10
1,000
50

100
2, ':'0

150









Common name


Shastard- isy
Silene schafta
Snapdragon
Snapweed
Sneezeweed
Snow-in-Summer
Solanum melongena
tuberosum
Solomonseal
Sonerila margaritacea
Sparmannia africana
Spathyphyllum sp.
floribundum
Speedwell
Spiderwort
Spiraea sp.
astilboides
filipendula
palmata
venusta
Spleenwort
Spruce
Squash
Staghornfern
Starjasmine
Statice latifolia
Stenanthium robustum
Stenotaphrum secundatum
Stephanotis floribunda
St. Augustinegrass
St. Johnswort
Stokesid cyanea
laevis
Stonecrop
Strelitzia reginae
Sundrops
Sunflower
Sunrose
Sweetflag
Sweetwilliam
Syringa sp.
Tacsonia
Taro
Tarragon
Taxus sp.
baccata adpressa
fastigiata
hibernica
repandens
stricta
tardiva


See Chry inthemum maximum.
Schafta Silene
See Antirrhinum.
See Impatiens.
See Helenium.
See Cerastium.
Garden Eggplant, Black Beauty
Potato, Cobbler
See Polygonatum.

African Sparmannia
Spathyphyllum, Cleveland

See Veronica.
See Tradescantia.
Spirea
See Astilbe astilboides.
See Filipendula hexapetala.
See Filipendula purpurea.
See Filipendula rubra venusta.
See Asplenium.
See Picea.
See Cucurbita.
See Platycerlum.
See Trachelospermum.
See Armeria pseudoarmeria.
Featherfleece Stenanthium
St. Augustinegrass
Madagascar Stephanotis
See Stenotaphrum.
See Hypericum.
See S. laevis.
Stokesia
See SediLn.
Queen Bird-of-Paradise Flower
See Oenothara.
See Helianthus.
See Helianthemum.
See Acorus.
See Dianthus barbatus.
Lilac
See Passiflora.
See Colocasia.
See Artemisia dracunculus.
Yew
Shortleaf English Yew
Irish Yew
See T. baccata fastigiata.
Spread in, english Yew
See T. baccata fastigiata.
See T. baccata adpressa.


Plant


-40-


Number
tested


300


100
35.
100



2,108

10





100



856
120
4,224

2,113




F-


-41--


Plant


TaxuB (continued)
brevifolia
canadensis
cuspidata
capitata
columnaris
densa
ezpansa
nana
nigra
thayerae
vaurieki
hunnewelli ana
media
brown
hatfieldi
hicksi
Tetrastigma voinieranum
Teucrium chamaedrys
Thalictrum aquilegifolium album
atropurpureum
dipterocarpum
album
glaucum
Thermopsis caroliniana
Thrift
Thuja caucasica
occidentalis
compact
conic a
densa
douglasi aurea
elegantias ima
filiformis
globosa
hoveyi
lutescens
magnifica
nigra
pearsoni
pyramidalis
reidi
robusta
rosenthali
sibirica
umbraculifera
ve rvaeneana
ware ana
woodwardi


Nit'sber
tested


Pacific Yew 9,271
Canada Yew 12
Japane3e Yew 57,897
Upright Japane-se ew 68,677
Columnar Japanese Yew 58
Cushion Japanese Yew 32,945
Spreading JYer.e&e Yew 3,204
Dwarf Japanese Yew 31,972
- - 5,935
Thayer Japanese Yew 7,212
Vauriek Japanese Yew 2,356
Hunnewell Yew 4,321
Anglojap Yew 1,694
Browns Anglojap Yew 2,492
Hatfield Anglojap Yew 76,146
Hicks Arngiojap Yew 6,833
- -- -10
Ghamaedrys 09r mand3r 1,350
White l-u.bii ais.-e0
Purple olumioina8 MAeadDwru.3 200
Yunnan Meadowru-a 550
White Yuvaix&n .saiovwue 250
Dusty Meadowrue 350
Carolina The riop is 160
See Armeria. -
See T. occident&lij sibirica. -
Eastern Arborvitas 6,019
Parsons Eastern Arbo.r-.tae 695
Cone Eastern A-Yorvitae 1,159
See T, occi,"italts eia.lr=a. -
Douglas Cr-,lda*2 aL3trn Arborvi uae 166
George Pe.abjj; la3t3ra Arborvitae 342
Threadleaf Eas-.-,i Arb.nrvitae 2
Tom Thujnb Eatj3ra A-.bor-.,itae 25,268
Hovey Eastara .rbi',itae 152
Ware Gold Eastern .A-borvLtae 7--0
Theodon EeZatarn ..bcrxitae 67
Wintergreen Pratdal Eastern Arborvitae 5,042
Pearson Eastorn ArhorvitL, 245
Pyramidal Eastern Arborvitae 18,074
Reid Eastern Axrbor,'-tie 10I
See T. occidentalis sibitica. -
Rosenthal Eastmrn Arborvitae 1,157
Ware Eastern Arborvitae 2,240
Umbrella Eastern Arborvitae 151
Vervaene Eastern Arborv tae 2:'
See T. occidentalis sibirica.
Woodward Eastern Arborvitae 2,119









Common name


'huja orientalis
area nana
bakeri
elegantissima
newarki
pyramidalis
-j.,cata elegantissima
Thyme
Thymus serpyllum albus
coceineus
lanuginosus
splendens
vulgaris
Tiarella cordifolia
Tibouchina semidecandra
Tillandsia lindeniana
Tolrna ea menziesii
Tror ."!l Il-.. -;-7
Tra jholospermum jasminoides
Tradescantia sp.


fluminensi s
fuscata
reginae
set creasea
somaliense
warscewi cziana
rreabiue
rr3efern
Tri 'cho s bigma peruvianum
Trichosporum pulchrum
Trifolium reopens
Trillium erectum
grandiflorum
luteum
sessile luteum
undulatum
Triticum sp.
Tritoma
Trollius europaeus
ledebouri
Tropaeolum sp.
Tsuga canadensis
Tuftroot
Turfingdai sy
Turnip
Turtlehead


Oriental Arborvitae
Berckmanns Oriental Arborvitae
Baker Oriental Arborvitae
Yellow Column Oriental Arborvitae
Newark Eastern Arborvitae
Pyramidal Oriental Arborvitae
Yellow Giant Arborvitae
See Thymus.
White Mother-of-Thyme
Crimson Mother-of-Thyme
Woolly Mother-of-Thyme
Firefly Mother-of-Thyme
Common Thyme
Allegany Foamflower
Brazilian Glorybush
Lindens Tillandsia
Menzies Tolmiea, or Pick-a-Back Plant
See Kniphofia.
Chinese Starjasmine
Spiderwort, James Weguelln
Pauline
Purple Dome
Wandering ew

Queens Spiderwort


See Cissus.
See Alsophila.

See Aeschynanthus pulcher.
White Clover
Purple Trillium
Snow Trillium
See T. sessile luteum.
. Yellow Toad Trillium
Painted Trillium
Wheat
See Kniphofia.
Common Globeflower
Ledebour Globeflower
Nasturtium, Apricot
Canada Hemlock
See Dieffenbachia.
See Matricaria.
See Brassica.
See Chelone.


Plant


-42-


Number
tested


185
2,476
4,424
1,750
6,280
170
257

105
240
60
160
100
350
15
20
6

25
50
60
50
46
20
10
20
10
5


10


100
100

100
100


500
1,000
20
18,134








Number
Commonit name tested


Vaccinium sp.
















Valerian
Valeriana coccinea
officinalis
Vegetables, Beet
Cabbage
Carrot
Corn
Cucumber
Eggplant
Kale
Lettuce
Muskmelon
Pakchoi
Parsnip
Pea
Potato
Radish
Squash
Turnip
Veronica sp.
amethystina
incana
rosea
latifolia
subsessilis
lyalli
maritima subsessilis
rupestris
spicata erica
spuria
Viburnum b1urkwoodi
carlesi
dilatatum
opulus
setigerum
theiferum
tomentosum


Blueberry,


Atlantic
Burli ngton
Cabot
Concord
Dixie
G.N. 87
Jersey
June
Pemberton
Pioneer
Rancocas
Rubel
Scamell
Stanley
Wareham
Weymouth


See Valeriana.
See Centranthus ruber.
Common Valerian
See Beta.
See Brassica.
See Daucus.
See Zea.
See Cucumis.
See Solanum.
See Brassica.
See Latuca.
See Cucumis.
See Brassica.
See Pastinaca.
See Pisum.
See Solanum.
See Raphanus.
See Cucurbita.
See Brassica.
Speedwell, Blue Spires
See Vo spuria.
Woolly Speedwell
Pink Woolly Speedwell
Hungarian Speedwell
See V. maritima subsessilis.
See Hebe lyalli.
Clump Speedwell
See V. latifolia.
Heath Spike Speedwvell
Bastard Speedwell
Burkwood Viburnum
Koreanspice Viburnum
Linden Viburnum
European Viburnum
Tea Viburnum
See V. setigerum.
Double file Viburnum


-43-


Plant


34,458
65,573
78,656
130,992
34,630
24,100
434,676
98,903
68,147
30,454
267,381
161,854
19,329
129,593
950
111,933


260







a-.



-mn






1,920

530
300
360


200

300
310
492
11
10
75
20

65








Common name


Viburnum tomentosum plenum
plicatum
sterile
Vinca minor

alba
aureo-variegata
Viola sp.
calcarata
canadensis
cornuta












kitaibeliana rafinesquji
odorata













pedata
tricolor hortensis



Violet
Vitis sp,

discolor
rhombifolia
striata
voinieriana


See V. tomentosum sterile.
See V. tomentosum sterile.
Japanese Snowball Viburnum
Common Periwinkle
Bowles
White Common Periwinkle
Yellowblotch Common Periwinkle

Swiss Violet, Roggle Yellow
Canada Violet, Maple Leaf
Horned Violet
Admiration
Arkwright Ruby
Blue Perfection
Catherine Sharp
Chantreyland
King Henry
Maggie Mott
Purple Glory
Purple Heart
Velvet Beauty
White Perfection
Johnnyjumpup
Sweet Violet
California
Double Russian
Frey's fragrant
Gov*. Herrick
La France
Pilkington
Prince of Wales
Rosina
Royal Robe
Russian
Snow Queen
The Czar
Birdsfoot Violet
Garden Pansy
Alpen Glow
Blue Boy
Giant Bronze
See Viola.
Grape, Delaware
Fredonia
See Cissus discolor.
See Oissus rhombifolia.
See Cissus striata.
See Tetrastigma voinierianum.


130
10,000
6,000
300
200
96,000
3,000
19600
15,000
10,000
15,000
27,500
50
10,000
7,500
60
50
10
200
15,000
27,000
75
200
700
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
400
3,676,020
3,000
5,000
3,000

20
20


Plant


-44-


Number
tested






-45-


Plant


Vriesia bromeloides
cardinalis
erecta
favorite
guttata
hieroglyphic
incurvata
magnifica
poelmani
splendens
Wandering ew
Watercress
Waxplant
;;eigela sp.
Wheat
Wildindigo
Wirevine
Witchgrass
Woodruff
Wormwood
Xanthosoma lindeni
Yarrow
Yellowrim
Yew
Yucca filamentosa
variegata
Zea mays
Zebrina pendula
Zinnia sp.


CCar inal' ., .ein' A


Cardinal 7riesaia
Poelrex -i.sia


Hierogl:rphic 7riesia


Poelman Vriesia


See Tradescantia.
See Rorippa.
See Hoya.
Weigela, Bristol Fairy
See Triticum.
See Baptisia.
See Muelenbeckia.
See Panicum,
See Ase:' e- --
See Arte ri isIa.
Linden I!alangi
See Achillea.
See Serissa.
See Taxus.
Adamsneedle Yucca
Stripeleafi d'Ansneedle Yucca
Corn, &:. .en 3antam
Wandering 1i-, Zebrina
Zinnia, Rose Q'ueen


Ul
141







30



200
50
40
25
40


A few vegetables were definitely retarded when the seed was sown in
soil treated with the authorized amount of technical DDT; young strawberry
plants were retarded in development. The few plants which were definitely
retarded appear in the following tabulation:
Number
Plant 6onmon none tested


Allium flavum
Fragaria sp.
Lycopersicon esculentum

Phaseolus lunatus
vulgaris humilis


Spinacia oleracea


Yellow onion, Danver's Yellow Globe
Strawberry, Aberdeen
Common Tomato, Marglobe
Stokesdale
Lima Bean, King of the Garden
Bush Bean, Bountiful
Stringless Wax
Spinach, Nobel


.Tumb er
tested


10
55
30
312
25
40
10






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