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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IFIHBRIDGE HERALD Friday. 26. 1973 YOUR GARDEN By Isabelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. on turf 'cause damage article this Is in a n 5 e 7 to re- ceived through :he -all. More be replied to troni urns? to dine, arc some I most stately of all perennials. and for or aocer: and ifireresT in the bonier [hey are ires celled. They an? hardy aid long lived, gro'.ving up ;o 5 feet with colon ranging from. :he palest pastels :o the rich, deeper shades. Delphbiums are essy to from seeds or they may be propagated by di- vision, cutiing a plant ir.ro four or five separate pieces, or by sheets. tak ea in the spr in 2 Then they are abou: 2 co I "-2 inches long. m ikir.g suns s. piece oi the crown is Attached. You can save yoirr own seed bir. they r.o: come trie to color. These beautiful are net too choosey as to soil, bu: it should be well du2. abort 13 inches deep, rrJ-ving in some well-rooted and peat iccss as a acid SOL! suits then bener. A: plan ting time, a harxiiul cf boGemeal worked isto the bor.om oi the hok? is bececiciaJ. Make cercsi- the planes are firmed in well after the earth is placed the roots. Spring seedling plants should be aliened to bloorn the firs; year. I' "s ai- herd io or, or! blooms, birc you. re- warded in years sturdier, healthier One year plants be lirrJred t? two or three spikes, ou: extra before they ?et ever i: inches In heighi Once esiablished, allcrr abou'. 5 to 7 spikes to Plants this v-'sy 're ETroncer. larger blcoms and ihe life spar, oi "r.e plun: N !ong- er. Some colors. the pir-k torses, are L-J-erer.tly v- e s. .v. ire vi r.c'-v you are: -.re :r.ey ssen :o die OL-: pucker. To p-rr- wincs they should ire serjjrely Lied to tall, strong spikes. To from ir. parts of loan and sand. Ger- 3 in a cool temDersnrre of 50 decrees. Some pcc- freeze the seed for 24 hours before plar.'ine. It takes up io three wcelts tor the seeds to come up. The most troublesome of Peir-hiniuius is the lit- tle green worm that eats out the centre oi the flo'.ver spike, or causes the leaves to curl up. These can either be band pick- ed, or you spray with mala- thion as soon the young shoots emerge in the early spring. may be treated the sor.ie spray. If plant- ing are followed. should be re- quired except perhaps a com- plete fertilizer applied in [he spring again in the sum- mer. Li the fall, cut all stems :o the ground ard put in the garbage to avoid harboring pests. Apply a straw mulch the first ear. but after that no pro- tection is r_ecessary as they are hardy. The perennial GaiHnrdjui 15 r.ot as '.veil Icown as some flow- ers, bu: i: is very lovely and showy. Tr.ese plants witn their blooms are easy to and are practically pest free, eivine a rrofision cf color summer 1 Tlwy uo in full >andy soil. Plani in the spring to flower the following Ii you would like blooms eiirlier, buy established plants ir.'tn a nur- sery. Set plants i? to 15 Inches span. deporAin-.g on va- riety. Some varieties are Goblin 12 inches, yellow bordered deep red: Tarch Up.i 30 inches, large yello1--- and red flowers: Burgundy -4 incher-. crie of the hriehtes: reds, and there is a mixture foliage o: Gaillardia is rather roush and haii-y. There -ir? several varieties that are very sbouy too NOTE: All quesiions shonld be sent M'iih self addressed- stamped, envelope in Mrs. I. R Young, 3S3rt Centre B. ijt, N.W., 43. Due io the number nf letters asking 1 more than OOP question if is requested in f'jmre enqniries thai only ONE question be submitted each tltae 35 it 15 impossible for Mrs. Yeung io reply to all correspondence and do lier practical garden- ins s? well- RICHMOND ItlLL. Oni. Christmas and New Year is [he time when we thank of our turis. and la UTS. However. is Lhe toie when possiblv great damage can io t'neso Hiri areas we1 carefully throughout the ir.g season. don't want :o disrupt >our family fun at time of year, however, felt rhst The enclosed dt-l- ivith home kv rmk? be of timely assistance in you" himds. In the November issi-.e of Weeds. Trees and Turf, wo tOito Pick and SoriS Seeiis Ltd.! picked up this article MiTitten by Dr. James Beard. Michigan State I'r.iversiiv, of (he iejdbg authorities on grass in North America. V.'iih the kind perniission c: Weeds. Trees sad Turf are copying the arucle herein ar.d trust Lhat you wiJl fine it of in- o! tirne curing Lhc nicij: -A 1-en air terp.peraiui-es a r e "Turfgrass Ice Rinks i jlow decrees F. The In discussions associated of water to a depth b lo tv consiruc'.ed should such that t ii c wster will ilvMn rapidly ironi ilic ai'en late winier or parly Tliii-ci it is preferable lo have :ii lei-i-st u uvo lo thi'ee inch l.iyc-r compacted snow estab- under Lhe ice sheet io omvide a insulKing for the turf. On smaller ice rirks, the use of a polyethy- lene cover tlist protecis against water in contact wiih -.r.e tiii-f will iTujiimize direct low [arnperaiure kill. The final consideration is to be sure that the appropriate sr.ow mold fungicide boon applied to the Uiri iirlor to Oi sr.ow cover ar.d ice shesi. ice should be formed by cpphcaiion of water at ver.- 1Jt lc-v rates over an extended per BR10HTSIDE MEX1CALI ROSE growth BIG DADDY Three new for 1973 PIECES OF SUMMER FURNITURE------- ice covers v.irter the question o: prcpnr uiillz3- rion ice rinks on areas is frsqueaily raised. Ice rinks LSH be on aress manim'jm permanent dam 2 z? prodding certain key consider- First of all. it is very desir- ;o hsvc a site where the f M turt is composed cf Lh-e EL re low temperature hardy iurisrass such, as Creeping Bentzrass or Blue- grasJ Second, ihe surface contours of the site on vhich the ice o: c-r.e EO tv.-o inches ic-lloued slow freezir.2 a lor.s u-ericxi of dme is not desirable to the increased likclir-ocd ci direct tempsrature kill io i he turi. T.ie finsl consideration is dur- L-.g the thawing period in the It is imponan: io check the ice rink frequently at the r.rce to enyjre that no ice dams c- problems develop that result in wster stacding on the turf for an extended period a time. All precautions should be excess water from the Repair summer furniture now By MR. FIX and after you have clear.- .i.-J..Z OT 3 CGU- a- of u.ajCi choice ea ?n an eriins. o. >o at (Xewspaper Enterprise Assn.l HOME OF THE WEEK heated garage, the items wiD be reedy to use by wairn Tccther time. Most of last funimer's furni- t-rre need? cleaning and some CiTeci over and then rackJt1 piece at a rime Dust it all and see which pieces are really soiled. Scrub tre dirr-' pieces with detercen: 2 t e r. and pieces car, be cleaned tvrJi a pieces ce: z- worst, pitted. Tine srcel wool brighter, them, are special c in paste form that s-.-clify Exarrine ever-' o' f-jr- carefully for Iocs? and can be tizhiened u-.uV o'j; much trouble T: you fir.d seme with siripped threads or badiy covered witn TJST. re- place them. Nuts and tola that are hadly rds' ed Trill %rcrk loose Der.etratins oil. These don't n-eed lubrics- Use a lieh: n-.achir.e ci] b'j: rhe jo_zts be: ore JEFFERSONYILLE. kdiana Threo i-.e-.v won the favcr for !97o All-America hosiers. When yc-u see Lhern in >tur uiucien you'l; understand The new vrjiner? are Big DarMv. Mexicnli and No-, only do they rate tier, :n bfautv appeal and ease of "niusts" ior every bu: all three hsve to every hcnie gardener wart To grow rhem. Big is unus'-si name for s aii is! U i? the ar.-7 of icxiay. fired tlac.s are r.ot k-.o'.vn for ihci" Ix-i Daddy is n notable to rule. It net only ha5 size but its color. ar.n fiir.g are no; :o mention its to hold ;hofe giear.'iic spiles s'.raisht ar.d of tr.e v.-eather. Dacidy1.-: cvlor, eladioius. 7 foot hier, spikes ot? tire fantastic benin to show color in about 90 cays frcni the time ihe bulbs are planted There is like this super giant, which makes it SOMETHING SPEC- I.-VL. It is an orieinaticn c; Georse M. Ruppel. Bridse- hanpton. New York. Mrxicali Rose i? a gracelu'. tall medium a Filvrr picotee on each petal adding io its color appeal. S-10 lightly ruf- fled f.oreis open at once in ex- cellent placement of a total o: maininj? buds in color. Tne inch spikes are amazingly LUI icrm. one 2? perfect a> the Tin's All-America vrin- ner has light attachment, hold? color ihe buds open, ar.d opens unusually well when cv.t A slrorg grower ar.d star performer. Mexicaii Hose is also a leading candidate for the niosl beautiful rose elsdio- Iu5 Mericali Rose is SOME- rrilNG SPECIAL becsuse i: nearly always i? the very Eiadiol'iis to bloorn. flowerire in tj'uw days. Mrs. George Mequon. Wisconsin, is the ErighLsidt is an extra fancy liuk; a clear, bright surrcunded by a prominent orange-red edging. 6-7 florets, lightly waved and of heavy lexiure. open at once of a to'a! cf IS buns. The vigor- ous, deep green plants are io -S feet tall. It is an early variety, blooming in about Tfl day.- Brigriside has a special that iUuminate yctir gsrrier5 and make flower arrangement an alluring con- ersation piece. this new All-America Miraaiure and you'll it's SOMETHING SPECIAL. It i? Ihe most novelr.' imaginable. Created by Carl Fischer, St. Charles. Ail-America gladiolus selec- tions of the past several years cv-iiLr.ue io be very popular and :he corms readily available. ThC tliads weXQ Cameo, csnary yellow- with rose edging, and >fiss .Ameri- ca. 3 pure deep pink with many flower? open st a rime, in 1971 were Anr.iversan' huge la vender C LI c a d e ciistenirjc white', CrJfion ''ntfiled orange) Linle T.grr fbrooM Minia- ture DESIGN NO. Here's a charmLi? core.-.v- orar-..- comblnstion of bncs arid I' vertical boards. A.-. I ing feature is the companrr.er.t- ed bathroom that r.'.os the cor- venience oi t-.vo sr.d one baths' It is accessilile frora the I kitchen, rear entrance and basement. as full bath for master hod room, and :s easily approached iron other and liviry room, i Huge hvint-dininj has a j corner picture plant- er tit. front ir-ng tinl.rnken I uall and tho dining portion is separated by a niiilMn. chin.i cabinet. h.'.vo cross ventilation Doi.tils. for an optional attached aro I included on -lie phir.v Toronto Stnr i Homagraf Home Planning Service O JARViS ST TORONTO. ONTARIO 25 c--'i d -ici c- b e. fsbr.c parv "ear ou: or rear. ar? able I arm. Yc'j sect> or b-acivs f'r bi-2. Sheet are usod to v-ebcir.e 'o frames ucks or on r.eacs or use >o that tnt-y r.o" puli tvc--5r.. fabrics on I.T Icol-: any wasn anjTay. Once clean, they can be rerior.e special co-itincs available ir, spray cans. 1: you ha-.'e to repaint or rr.f-al furr.it1-re. rernrrr.rxr the us'jal rules about advance prep- ars'.ion hold. Clean ar.y flilcr.s or r-Ary sr-i or! to T.r prime and ti'.e-n Ito r.-'-'; iirridc of oiudwr cnnmoi and apnly in Red wood, supposedly, r.oeris r.o iinisii but pe'. sorr.e of the spoca! rcriv-ood sc.ilerf ar.d ar- them The look '--tier and h.-> o; v.-ftor'on 'ii.it. iniirh the r.c-cd ex- of sonltr CT JoinLs that r.i'hor .ird hold roftl Alnminurr furnitnrr proriy 1 woath.orproof hut it rlop.s Finest Meat! CANADA GRADE A BEEF BLADE ROAST BIADE BONE REMOVED OR BONELESS SHOULDER ROAST SMOKED PORK CANADA SHOULDERS PACKERS RANCH STYLE Ib. MINCED BEEF 3 IBS. AND OVJR ECONOMY PACK Ib. 75' CUT UP FOWL TRAY PACK 29' TOMATOES IDEAL FOR SALADS RED RIPE Ib. 39' HEAD LETTUCE FSESH AND CRISP CANADA N3. 1 GIADE SUNKIST, SWEET JUICY ORANGES 10 :r 89' COFFEE PRIDE OF ARABIA Mb. net wi. bog PEANUT BUTTER JACK AND JILL FLOUR KITCHEN PRIDE LARD 4B-oi net wt. lin 20-lb net wi. bog TENDERFLAKE Mb. net wt. pkgi. FACIAL TISSUE d I WHITE SWAN 1 SO'i 5 nlv 2025 MAYOR MAORATH DRIVE "COUEGE MALL" 324 MAYOR MAORATH DRIVE 420 6th ST. S. "DOWNTOWN" VALUES EFFECTIVE 'til doling Sal, Jan. 17, 1973 Wt the right lo limit ;