Rare Seeds in Common Receptacles
Rare seeds and common ones receive the same careful attention in Mr. Burbank's greenhouse. Every seed has potentialities that give it the aspect of a Pandora box in the eyes of the imaginative plant developer. But simple kitchen utensils serve as useful a purpose in assorting the seeds as would be served by the most costly and elaborate receptacles. Even tin cans may be pressed into the service in Mr. Burbank's greenhouse, as the picture suggests.
This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 12 Chapter 1