A Hodson Wax Bean plant, well-suited to Florida. It is nearly immune to rust and is a very heavy bearer.
A basket filled with several large beets.
A Charleston Wakefield cabbage, a pointed head cabbage popular among Florida growers.
A bushel of carrots.
Several ears of Country Gentleman Sweet Corn.
A good ear of dent corn.
Good ears of flint corn. Grown for grain in the northeast United States.
A plate of several ears of Kennerly's Extra-Early Sweet Corn.
An unfertilized ear of corn. Only a few kernals formed.
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Frame used to frame tables, this is a small type design featuring shape.
Biennial herb with long-stemmed heads of purple ray flowers and milky sap and long
A large pea plant.
A pod of Kennerly's First Early peas.
A Spaulding's Rose Potato, grown in Florida.
An extra early White Bush Squash.
An illustration of a tomato.
A plump beauty tomato.
An example of a Livingston's New Globe tomato.