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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IFTHBRIDC-E HERAID 56, 1971 Your garden HOME OF THE WEEK By Iscibelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. NOl'SK IM.ANT TUII.MS HCOP1J5 have at least one or two house plants n I heir home. To know how to me for thi'in properly, there ,.t certain terms used in de- sti iptions of house plant culture vou should know about. SIMPLE TO GROW INDOORS Marianne and her cats, Punch and Judy happily ole, no, colorful tulips they helped grow. Spring-flowering bulbs such as hya- cln.hl d.Hod.U nnd .ulips are easy and simple io grow in most homes ,f planted now ond kcp; ,na rool. dork basemen, fa, ,bou, "l like to'pass the has proven a prize winner m answers on to vou. One lady many community contests a'ked me w-hv'hcr Split-leaf! Since the pattern for Cho.r Philorlendron didn't produce Boys is full size, s split leaves. It had a consider- neck of the most dependable storage place tor the three, months is any prrl "f a Iw.senwnt that can he between 4f> and .v> decrees F well ventilated and dark. Water the bulbs regularly. alternative is a trench in the "ardcn ifi to 21 inches drcn. Tiie rots can be placed lightly ioeefhor and covered with a laver of leaves and sand 10 inches deep, and secured In- soft-tufted branches or tho when the rooting period has. ended the developing (lowers ready to be brought inside. are side in. Tiic five-room unit that p-ew dramatically from the drawing hoard can retail for about nev. avl complete- ly furnished or ST.non to used, but with new furnishings. Average for a 12-foot corches contrast with cubes' sharp angles. A little girl's bedroom-play- room departs from modern j French provincial chests topped with slackin ivory and gold. An adult den-hobby room has a valet chest for convenient corner storage. Indian design sPnms rug. oak-finish furniture and a When brought indoors pots should lie placed in a darS hutches in storage area (a warm dark- closet will dol between 60-70 i for one or two weeks ler to get good stem are 5" to B'1 high, they can be force wide. furnished home pine beamed ceiling. bnShl window ts Three firms involved jimv many mobile homes does The rest one see with beamed ceilings? bright-eyed wi Such stabs at decorating mo- lure doing s( bile homes with a flair show work in your it can be done within a budget and no one needs live in a unit with cheap vinyl-covered fumi sp able number of new shoots and leaves but they were just ordin- ary. The reason for this is. the young leaves will not develop the split until they have grown and reached maturity. Some people wonder why they can- not get their Cineraria Io bloom again. If you arc thinking of growing one of these plants, don't plan on keeping it from A, B, C to transfer cutting and painting outlines to inex- pensive panclboard. By sawing out each figure to exact size of patfrn, the decoration can be made in very little time. The pattern prov ides outlines so even the lettering can be traced and painted. Each color is specified on pattern to fur- ther insure professional results. Personalize your display by the s.or vear to year Thev are best painting your name across hot- rcatri as an annual, if you torn. Pattern telIs wtat ma er- want plants to bloom at Easter, lals are needed, when and. sow the seed in September; if where each is used. in the upgrading of mobile homes cle.-iffii '.'ere Kemp Fur- niture Industries. Masonitc Corp. and Monarch Industries (mobile home brilderst. The basic ploy was to follow the thrce-C rule to fit a busy and diversified life-style. In this, furniture must be the family helped in the pro- ject. Besides, you'll have an ture squared com- waits. around the early inside when the. still deep outdoors. spring vou will get have beautiful foliage but no flowers. Lack of flowers in a house plant is usually caused by insufficient light, too high a nitrogen fertilizer or ovcr-pot- Send Si. ffl in cheque 'cash or Toronto. Editor's Note The Her- ald does not handle these blueprints and it is necessary to send renuests for them to i Some home builders prefer he look of a ranch-type house m the outside, with the con- -enienccs of a split level in- erior. The side split featured his week, achieves a happy medium. It is built low with graceful lines. Protected from the weather, the gracious front entrance has double wcod panelled doors, eading to a large tiled foyer. It has a planter partially screening it from the living room. The living-dining area itself faces the rear garden and forms an "L" round the kitch- en on two sides. Off the kitchen at the front of the house is a bright 10' x 9'' "Kaffee Klatch' room. Three bedrooms, two bath- rooms and a walk-in closet off the master bedroom complete the plans for the upper floor. Only a few steps away from the front door, the lower level is given over to more lively ac- tivities. There is a 20' x 21' fam- ily room with fireplace and stone hearth stretching the full length of the room. Next to it is a den for quieter pleasures. The mud and laundry room has direct access to the garden and near by a convenient washroom serves the whole lower floor. The gable roof, shuttered win- dows and cantilever upper floor add up to a particularly attrac- tive exterior. We Can Arrange Convenient TERMS GMAC To Suit Your Budget Guardian M aintenance KM IY- CHECK AT BENY'S MAY PAY TOO MUCH! We're putting you FIRST in a _ BIG way to keep us FIRST We try harder at MAIN GARAGE AND SHOWROOM 2nd AVE. AND 8th STREET S. PHONE 327-3147 CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE OK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT 2nd AVE. AND 9th STREET 5. PHONE 327-3148 MOTORS INSURANCE CORPORATION -------SCT ;