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Largest, Most Amazing Zinnias You've Ever Seen —Up to 6]/2 in. Across YOU’LL grow the most interesting Zinnias ever, from these special Burpee Seeds! Imagine the spec tacular blooms, much larger than these pictures—some with curled petals like giant chrysanthemums. Think of sturdy, vigorous, fast-growing plants that do not mind summer heat—in fact love not weather, bloom ing abundantly. Their continuous display in your garden will be admired all summer and fall! Many Gorgeous Colors The thrilling array goes all the way from soft pastel tints to hues of striking brilliance. You’ll find scarlet, crimson, rose, pink, Peach, apricot, salmon, herff, orange, yellow, cream, lavender, and more; some have two or more tones in the same flower. They are wonderful for long-lasting bouquets. Easy to Grow Just sow the seeds outdoors in spring after the soil has become warm. The well-branched plants grow 3 ft. tall, bloom profusely. Developed on the famous Burpee Floradale Farms, where new flowers are created. Big 75c«Pkt. Seeds only 10c TO MT ACQUAINTED Thu is jmst erne if the mony ktrgohuyou will want to order Mow ■ CUT OUT AND MAIL TODAYI W. Atlee Burpee Co. 300 Burpee Bldg., Philadelphia 32, Pa. Order All You Wont of These Favorites! Every One of These 16 Packets A Special Value9Only 10cEach Send Postpaid by return mail the guaranteed Burpee Seeds ordered below: Burpee Gigantic Zinnias (3235) □ Special Burpee Blend developed on Burpee's Flora dale Farms to produce the giant blooms pictured and described at top of page. 75*-7fct far 10c American Beauty Asters (3290) □ Large double flowers, 4 in. and more across, 00 unusually long stems. Crimson, lavender, pink, purple, rose, and white, mixed. Special—10c Sensation Cosmos (1922) □ Extra large flowers, 4 to 6 in. across, with fluted petals. Strong, robust plants. Early-blooming. Rose, pink, and white, mixed. Special—10* Giant Annual Larkspur (2156) □ Each plant produces an enormous tall hyacinth-like spike of 'large double flowers. Dark blue, lilac, pink, rosy mauve, white, mixed. Special ’10* Burpee Big Marigolds (2343) Glorious big double blooms all summer and fall, very easy to grow. All colors—orange, gold, buff, primrose, and yellow, mixed. Special 10* Hash Marigold (2352) Dwarf French—Profuse x-in. single flowers, vanring from vivid ted through bronac and yellow, very early; plants grow iff in. tall. Special 10* Heavenly Blue Morning Glory (2987) The most popular of all annual climbers. Large, bright sky-blue flowers, 4 to 5 in. across, with white and yellow throat. Evly. Special-—10c Giant Bedding Pansies (2457) □ Large flowers in profusion. Glorious colors, in cluding beautiful blotched and variegated kinds. Compact plants, strong stents. Special—10* VMM Rorabunda Petunia* (2554) □ Extra choke Burpee special blend of large-flowered Petunias (single). Lovely shades of blue, rose, white, mahogany-red and crimson. Spatial—10* Finest Annual Phlox (2581) □ Tall, large flowered—makes a fine colorful display. Crimson, rose, pink, lilac, apricot, white, mixed— some with contrasting '‘eyes." Spatial"" 10a Par tula ca, or Rota Mass (2652) □ Perky flowers like little wild roses. 4 to 6 in. tall. The dainty foliage covers the ground. Red, pink, white,salmon,orange,yellow,mixed. Spatial lOt Lovely Scobioso (2650) □ Unique double ‘‘pincushion" flowers, on long stiff stems. Azure blue, white, and exquisite shades of deep to light pink, mixed. Spatial ■■ l>t Tall Giant Snapdragons (2265) □ Magnificent x- to j-ft. spikes, rust-resistant plants. Lovely crimson, copper, bronze, rose-pink, pink, yellow, and white, mixed. Spatial—tOa Sweat Alyssum (1521) □ Fragrant little border plant called Carpet of Soow, only 4 in. tall. Myriads of tiny white flowers. Should be in every garden! Spatial- -lOt LIHiput Zinnias (2815) □ Quaint, miniature, very double flowers, 1 to 1 Vi in. across. Scarlet, rose, pink, lavender, yellow, orange, and white, mixed. Spatial ■■ lOt Cut Flowor Mixturo (2872) □ Easy-to-grow flowers with long stems, many colors and kinds from Floradalc Farms, to give you fine bouquets all summer and fall. Spatial—10* All Easy to Grow, All Ideal for Your Garden Nmm. . EmUudut. St. m R.D.. Burpee Seed Catalog See the gorgeous New Flowers for 1949, latest achieve ments of the plant scientists. Outstanding are the tallest of all Snapdragons, Burpee's Skyscraper Giants. There are new Asters, Petunias, Marigolds, Sweet Peas—all your old favor ites coo. Also the Burpee Hybrid Vegetables everybody is talking about. All the latest garden news from the world's best-known seed farms—Burpee's Floradalc Farms in Cali fornia and Burpee’s Fordhook-Farms, in Pennsylvania. Packed with valuable planting information, accurate photographs, natural color pictures—all about the best seeds that grow. Be sure to get this book that is so helpful in planning your garden—it's free! Now, when you or der your choices of , the bargains on Order Blank at left, you'll also want to check in the square at bottom to get this leading American Seed Catalog. If you wish to send for just the catalog, a post card will do.