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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 23, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba B4 BRANDON June Thats Life Lowly marigold is lowly no more Two recent gardening trends suit one of my favourite Gardening gurus tell us that hot colours are back in fashion after a peri od of time when and pas tels were in The second trend is that gardeners are choosing to plant more and more so versatile plants that flour ish both in containers and in the ground are todays flowers of Marigolds are well suited to both of these as they are equally at home in containers and in the flower and their hot colours and oranges cannot be How can marigolds be used in the landscape In they will perform well if given a sunny location and are fertilized regularly marigolds are heavy They should be kept moderate ly and it doesnt hurt to spray the foliage when you as occasionally marigolds will attacked by spider Marigolds come in a myriad of sizes and so an attractive container can be created by using taller plants in the centre and shorter ones around the Good candi dates for the centre would be members of the Inca or Jubilee the first getting 35 cen timetres in and the latter about 50 Although there are many varieties of dwarf French marigolds that could be used around the outside of the con a member of the Gem with its lacy foliage and tiny single blooms would be These plants will cascade over the edge of a contain er to create an attractive Marigold colours are all compatible because they come from the same side of the colour so containers can be a single such as or they can have a mixture of Some of the dwarf French type marigolds have single blooms that are quite both in the border and in Members of the Sophia with their 7 cm single are Queen Sophia is a red variety GARDENING By Albert Parsons breeders have devel oped several red marigolds and the results are very strik ing Most marigolds sold today are so they have that extra vigour and superiority that hybridisers have bred into the One other characteristic of these hybrid marigolds is that they are very uniform in growth This uniformity makes marigolds good choices for edging flower or for use as short hedges along walks or The plants will maintain a uniformity all season long that is amaz Marigolds combine well with other hot such as reds and I have some yellow Incas combined with red annual phlox and with red I also like to combine marigolds with the colours that are contrasting those colours that are on the opposite side of the colour wheel from the yellows and oranges namely the blues and I like yellow or orange marigolds planted next to dark purple or pale blue petunias Victoria salvia also looks good combined with its dark blue spikes contrasting with the yellow or orange blooms of the the spike form of the salvia flowers makes a good foil for the large round marigold Another use for marigolds comes from their reputation of repelling insect Im sure this is because of their rather pungent A few marigold plants scattered throughout an area of the garden or planted at its perimeter will help to keep pests away from other The lowly because of cur rent gardening has come back into From the metrehigh giants of the Coin series to the 15 cm there is surely a marigold suited to your particular Albert Parsons is a garden design and landscape consultant living in 81 years of age 80 concerts a year DBIBDII CANADIAN PRESS Dave Brubeck performs during the second day of the Newport Jazz Festival at Fort Adams State Park in last Jazz legend Brubeck has been on the road for 50 playing his biggest hit Take Five at each stop for the last 40 or so BY MARK MILLER Globe and Mail TORONTO Dave Brubeck has been on the road for more than 50 He has been play ing his biggest Take at each stop for at least Hell be playing it five more times for Canadian audiences this The Dave Brubeck completed by saxophonist Bobby bassist Michael Moore and drummer Randy will be performing at jazz festivals in Toronto June Edmonton June Victoria June Vancouver June 29 and Montreal July Youd think Brubeck would find all this travelling a tough go at the age of But The distinguished pianist and composer still does about 80 con certs a I love to he explains in a telephone interview from his home in and my group loves to Thats half the battle right Matters of health naturally always an issue at Brubecks point in life on recent he has had to deal with pneumonia and the effects of Lyme But music apparently has restorative If youre at the point where youre I feel you get put on that the adrenaline gets going and pretty quick you feel As far as the obligation to play Take Five every night is hes san The tune written by the Brubeck quartets alto saxophonist of the Paul in what was then the unusual time signature of broke the Top 30 on Billboard mag azines singles chart in It has been the pianists signature piece ever Youd figure he and the band would have tired of the tune after so apparently We approach it with great antici Brubeck Its different every night were not playing the same tune every were playing a dif ferent tune every The same surely Where it starts and he The rest is But always in right he counters with a mischievous There are all kinds of counter rhythms against the Sometimes we dont know where its going to He could retire at any time with plenty of achievements under his He started making the cover of Time in Theres even a new Brubeck Institute of Jazz Studies at the University of the Pacific in Its the jazz equivalent of a presidential with Brubecks per sonal archives as its core Its an impressive collec between his recordings and his the latter ranging from his most popular jazz themes notably In Your Own Sweet Way and Blue Rondo a la Turk to his And what would the young who attended what was then the College of the Pacific in have thought had someone told him of all the things that he would accom plish Id hate to tell you how much con fidence I had in he sounding rather sheepish at the memo ry A lot or a little I had a lot with no good reason except the estimation of older musi cians when I was a If they were really good musicians a Duke Ellington or a Stan like They heard Arid that made me think that maybe I had a lot to The French composer Darius with whom Brubeck studied in in thought I couldnt even read music when I studied with He Youve got to be a but its too late for you to have a European that classical like most of my Youve got your own background and youre going to have your own He was Brubecks thing has been a little of many things jazz of classi cal music and even a remarkably pre scient smattering of whats currently known as world You can find it on his most popular Time Out Columbia from and you can still hear it on his latest The Crossing In an interview in 1949 in Down Beat I said that jazz was like a sponge and it was going to pick up every culture that it was exposed to and bring it into the jazz The critics didnt know what I was talking Now they CALENDAR Volunteer as a Campground Host in selected Manitobas provincial parks and receive free Contact Manitoba Conservation toll free at 1 Seniors for Seniors Mystery Bus Tour is on June Call 5712050 for more Summer dancing to Old Time Music by the Rhythmaires is featured at Seniors for Seniors on June 26 from Cost of includes Prairie Oasis birthday dinner is on June If you birthday is in call 7276641 to register for a free Ethnic Dessert Tea is on July 3 from at Seniors for 311 Park Cost is Seniors for Seniors bus tour to is on July Call 571 Freshly picked SASKATOONS are for sale at Seniors for To place your order call Prairie Oasis Senior 241 Eighth programs are as follows Mondays public bingo at and 6 Tuesdays floor shuffleboard Wednesdays bridge at Thursdays Cribbage 1 Fridays Scrabble 1 bean bag toss Prairie Oasis Senior 241 Eighth offers a hot meal Mondays at and Tuesday to Friday each week at Cost is Canada Games Sportsplex features swim Monday and Friday Tuesday and Thursday and Wednesday Brandon New Horizons meet at the South End Community 1140 Ninth every Wednesday and Friday at for Contact the Community Centre at 728 5720 after YMCA Senior Aquatic Fitness classes are Wednesday and Friday from Cost is Call Strictly Seniors Morning Club meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Town Centre at 9 Westman Shuffleboard Club offers 12 regulation sized courts located in Riverview Curling Club each Tuesday and Thursday from 9 to 4 all summer until New mem bers Call John Brownridge 7288382 or Irene Clermont Central Happy Haven Seniors Club meets every Tuesday and Thursday at at 529 Fourth for cards 500 and handbell For handbell choir call Mary 7280933 and for cards call Doug At the Valleyview Leisure Club cribbage is played each Tuesday at Contact Charlie Dougall 727 Seniors for Seniors hosts Afternoon Games every Wednesday and Friday at Call 5712050 for more Shoppers Mall Seniors Coffee Club meets the third Wednesday of each month from to Coffee and refreshments Seniors Pool League meets Thursdays at 1 at the Velvet 20 Seventh Call Jim Bridge is played at Valleyview Leisure Club every Friday at Contact Gillian Harries 7284107 or Greta Stromberg Meet every Friday at at Seniors for 311 Park for snooker and Meals on Wheels provide nutritious meals five days a week to persons recovering from ill disabled clients or post operative surgical Call Prairie Oasis Drivers are also required for this Remembering Richard Rogers BY MICHAEL KUCHWARA Associated Press MW YORK For a year lary Rodgers has been what she ills a roving attending exhi bitions and talking about what it was like growing up as the daughter of a demanding composer more than anyone helped define American musical theatre in the 20th The up to what would have been his 100th birthday June 28 have made her aware of how much she loves the music of Richard the man she charmingly refers to as I get to know it so much better when I hear it so she So I am con stantly and constantly frustrated by the feet that when he was alive I was never able to tell him how much I loved what he We didnt have that kind of But I also dont thipk any body was ever able to communicate that U These her younger sis ter and hundreds of performers and other theatre people are doing jm that honouring a man who wrote some of the most glorious songs ever beard on a Any recitation of what he created threatens to become a laundry With lyricist Larry there were such classic shows as Babes in On Your The Boys From Syracuse and Pal With Oscar he created even bigjer hits South The Ring and The Sound of Oklahoma among I love the like calling ASSOCIATED PRESS Mary and sister Linda pose with a portrait of their father Richard Rodgers in New in June that music Rodgers says from London where she and her sister are doing a whirlwind series of Of the Rodgers centenary has and will its most noticeable cel ebrations on A Trevor Nunn directed revival of Oklahoma has settled in for what looks like a lengthy run at the Gershwin The Boys From a bawdy bit of fluff adapted from Shakespeare and blessed with such Rodgers and Hart stan dards as This Cant Be Love and Falling in Love With gets a Roundabout Theatre Company production starting in An 18 opening is In New York will see a revised version of Rodgers and Hammersteins Flower Drum which scored a major triumph last fall in Los And for folks out of a new edition of South starring Robert is currently on Not bad for a composer who died in As a Rodgers says she always knew what her father did for a I just wasnt aware of how many other people knew she But he did it at So we knew that he just wasnt at the piano for Rodgers says you cant talk about her father without talking about her an intelligent woman who supported her husband throughout his long It was a very satisfactory and I dont mean it to sound like a busi ness Rodgers It was certainly a lot more than It for the most extremely She pro vided a lot of things mat meant a great deal to him the charm and the beauty and the All the stuff that he never would have had the time or the interest to On the other she was extreme ly 1 think from the moment she met there just wasnt anybody else in the world she cared my sister and I felt our intense depriva It was one of those marriages that was so tight that you felt as though you couldnt get Asked what she missts most about not having her father around Rodgers quite simply The wonderful thing about him was what he left she In in some ways I miss him less now than I did when he was and I could nt get at He was not an easy person for his children to communicate The communication he had and stiU has with his public is primarily the heart breaking and wonderful sounds that came out of Thats the way he communi cated commitment and certainly ON THE NET ;