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Title
Marigold - All-America Gold Medal Winner
Creator
W. Atlee Burpee Co.
Date
1937
Description

TRANSCRIPTION:

New!

Collarette Marigold Crown of Gold

The All-America Gold Medal Winner for the Best New Flower for 1937

The picture to the left is Burpee's new Collarette Marigold "Crown of Gold." It is an entirely new type of flower - the top or crown looks like a Chrysanthemum with beautiful in-curved petals which are surrounded by a collar of big broad petals of the same color, brilliant golden orange. The flowers are sweet scented and measure 2 1/2 inches across.

"Crown of Gold" is the only Marigold in cultivation with entirely odorless foliage. It is early flowering and blooms all summer long until killed by frost. Plants, 2 feet high, are almost smothered with flowers on long stems.

"Crown of Gold" originated on Burpee's Floradale Seed Farms. It is a development from a wild Chinese Marigold.

Read all about "Crown of Gold" and other flowers and vegetables in Burpee's Seed Catalog. Write for a free copy of Burpee's See Catalog tp

W. Atlee Burpee Co.

500 Burpee Bldg Philadelphia

Accession No.
AR.EP.PC.0289
Details
Work Types
postcard
Collection
Ephemera Collection
Repository
Dumbarton Oaks Archives, Rare Book Collection
Location
Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, DC