|Well-maintained rows of hearty evergreens attest to the quality and variety of the nursery business developed by the Flemers by 1924, when this shot was taken.|
|Lath houses like this one were developed by Flemer to protect certain kinds of trees and other plants from too much sun. Today's lath houses, built of aluminum, maintian a cooler temperature in Summer.|
William Flemer, Jr. and an unindentified nursery employee posed for photographer Royal Rose with a specimen tree.
|Flemer and Flora|
|By 1924, when Rose photographed the Princeton Nurseries, the firm's specialized facilities had already expanded to make possible the nurturing and processing of thousands of trees and other plants.|
|For at least a half century the dignified black trucks with the red Princeton Nurseries insignia have traveled local roads.|
|The care given plants in the early stages of growth is evidenced by the frames shown in the foreground.|