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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta imiBRIDGE HERALD Friduy, April 7, 1972 Gardening easy with Fleurobel Typically colnnijil, R style Ihnt never yrows old. this week's choice nf homo that nny would be. proud to n'.vn, frainr hron tastefully mclrfcrl lo accent the can ti levered second storey Measuring fimn frnnt to rear Hie livint; is over frn. Tf ha? v. nn MUTT and bircr brink firrplnrr Tfjlh r nn I ml in the firlp wall. A separate d 1 11 i u c mom Hip c1 nl i1 an re hull from Ihn. living rpnm OP urn- rioiis liviuc. Tvory room in (lie cnHre house has cross ventila-1 lion. Four Inrpc bedrooms all with generous closet space arc found on Ihn second floor. French doors In I he smi deck lead cff fl icnr hodrnnni. Nmp that p'umbinc. for ihp. kilclirn, powder r n n in ,imi upstairs ITOMOr.UAF CO, OF CANAMA in JAUV1S ST. at KING KAST TOHO.NTO O.NT.AHJO I'lcasG semi me further details about how lo obtain standard builder blueprints for Design T4-2fj6 Or enclosed plcasi find 51.00 (plus 25 cans hand- ling and mailing1 for which send me Hie new Design Hook entitled "Kaurlh and Country Homes De.sipnnd For Canadians." An additional p-iRc. book of duplex and multiple income borne des- igns is available at lax Irf. says that there is nolh-' ins new [or llic Canadian gar- dener'. MeKeime Seeds, who sell Garden Seeds from Const to Const through a network of selective dealers, huve recently introduced an exciting new producl. The product is known na nnd provides a combination of easy handling and planting wiiii a pad; age that protects the seeds from deterioration so lo provide (he gardener with "harvest fresh seeds." For ease of handling and planting, each seed has been ''pelleted." This means that rach seed has been coaled with a special mat- erial thai will disintegrate upon contact when the right soil moisture is provided. Each sped is built up so (hat it is the size of a small ball-bear- ing, so that there is no diffi- culty in planting your seeds just, exactly a.s you would like them spaced. Just imagine, no more thinning anrl no more misses in your planting pat- tern! A nol her tremendous advan- tage? of this new product is that each seed has been individual- ly packed under pnvironnicrit- controllcd conditions, so that it is protected against the ele- ments thai cause seed to deter- iorate. Sometimes seeds arc dislributed or displayed under pour 50 (bat quick deterioration could take place. thus causing poor results. IIow- c-vrr, with Ihc Fleurobel pock ape, deterioration of this na- ture can not take place so (hat the consumer can he assured thai the seed is "h a r v es t fresh." Another big advantage with Fleurobci is that eacli seed has been individually protected in the foil and plastic pouch so that i[ all seeds are not re- quired for (he initial planting, no deterioration on the remain- ing seeds will take place, as long as the foil protectant back of these seeds has not been broken. Flenrohcl pouches have been enclosed within colorful pic- lure cm ds, showing how each variety eventually per- form. Bacli card lias a circle cut out so that the moisture- proof pouch is exposed for view and each card provides full planting instructions. The varieties available for Spring 1972 arc: Ageratuni Florist Blue. Alyssum Carpet of Snow, Aster Princess Mixed, Dian- tluis Bravo, Marigold I Sparky Dwarf Double French Mixed. Marigold Dwarf Dou- ble French Petite Orange, J'ansv Swiss Giants Mixed, Petunia Hybrid Fl Mulli- flora Mixed, Petunia Red j Cascade. J'ortuJaca Simile j Mixed. Salvia Scarlet Mid- I get, Zinnia Dahlia Flow- eret] Mixed. Xinnin Thumb- el ina. Cauliflower Karly Snowball, Pepper Parly Cal- I ifornia Wonder. jNew home buyers ADDRESS (Lelh.) bathroom nrn tin situated, in the j room ami the lower powder same general location, a con- j room, and a laundry receptacle venient arrangement where a in the basement, septic system is to bo used. An j A yarafjG could easily be ado1- added advantage lor Ihc home- I cc! on either ride without s makcr is a flolhcs chute with ing the exterior lines, or inter- access both in Ihe upper bath- fering with light to (lie interior. YOUR GARDEN By Isobelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. s von CUTTING ft' yon v.i, to sit down and write o'.it some of the flowers for miting you would probably conic up quite a They arc alway.s nice for decorating n room or two, and may also lie used in the "outdoor" living area, Sii'.mr si cms. good color and Ki-.liiiL: quality and alti'active foliuge are important, and il possible. Ihcy should have a scc-nt. Plan now lo have some of in your garden. First on my list are Hoses and Sweet Peas. You don't have to be nn export to ar- range these ;iiiil their beautiful colors and Mtmi make Ihcm MI enjoyable. Gladiolus arc most attractive anil the miniatures seem lo fit into any decor, being Ideal for a table, buffet, luilhvuy, etc. t-'or a large room. r IIMJK; a large vase, the regular glacis are very effective and they last for many days. Asters arc not only elegant, but they last for such a long lime. They come in nil sizes and colors, i tightly quilled, others j are iike large or small chrysanthemums. Another long lasting, evil flower are the an- nual Mums which come in yellows, rusts, red, etc. These i 1 arr also finite lovely in the yrirdun border. t'uMnos make a beautiful, airy houqucl. One of the nicest. I is Radiance with deep rose petal.s with wine blotches. The azalea like flowers of Godetia are excellent for cutting, whet- J her you use the deeper reds or paler pinks. Most of the ones I have mentioned so (ar are round type flowers, so for a Coat By DON.M.l) K. BIl.ANN Rood balance ivr should liavc i huycrs of identical some of the spiky kind. The j recently annual Larkspur are quite------------------------------ nice, even though Ilicy do nol Jast too long when cut. Bells of Ireland make a good addi- tion lo any bouquet and are especially nice if you want to make an arrangement be- cause ot their lovely curves. A vase of Clarkla, wilh their dainty blossoms, in shades o[ pink, rose and red. In mauve and white, is a favorite with) we arc now living in the "Age viewed to ascertain what fea- tures suayrd their decision to! inter- purchase, three out of fiveI mentioned "built nnd bookcases in particular. Re- i 1 garcllcss of a home's archilcc-' U'.ral style, most decorators I start planning a living i sludy, or den with a bookcase. I This nol only provides needed shelf space but also color, J u'armtli, character and conven-; i ience. Wall lo wall built-ins Perhaps il could be said thai I arc as popular today as they j 'Fa nc v seed more colorful AMERICAN MOTORS WllH THE GREATEST GUARANTEE IN THE INDUSTRY ALL 1972 MODELS CARRY A 1 Year, Mile Guarantee If onylhfng goes wrong in this lime and it's ihe factory's fault it will be fixed absolutely NOTICE TO ALL RAMBLER AMERICAN MOTOR CAR AND JEEP OWNERS On Now and Continuing Thru April ANNUAL FREE SPRING CAR CLINIC This w.ll allow you lo havt faciory T.nlnid methonid rhetk your tar eomplelcly wirh a 10 point ehitk ol no