Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 27, 1963 · Page 78
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SPRING BARGAINS GALORE DICHONDRA $149 LB1' 8 FLATS SEED ROSES 1 Gal 98« 2 Gat *1.25 5 Gal _._ $1.95 Bottle Brush In Full Bloom Gal. _,, $1.39 5 Gal. *4.95 FENCING PAINTED ALUMINUM 4 COLORS 16" X 4 ft. Long Reg. $2.79 :.. Painted Wood 12" High x 3 ft. Long £.Jc Reg. $1.49 ..O7 $1*8 KIIX THE BUGS MALATHION .'. 51.19 ISOTOX ...:... 51.19 SPECTRACiDE ........ $1.69 CHLORDANE . 79c BERMUDA SEED 891 THE VERY BEST NEW ODORLESS STEER MANURE Snail Vine, Purple Trum-1 60 LB. BAG I ea pef, Bougain- $ 4 l / [ Q j villea Passion Vine.... 1 Gal.\ HANDY ANDY NURSERYLAND 6237 E. 22nd St. OPEN SUN 296-3292 * Tucson Tested BEDDING PLANTS Petunias...Shasta Gloriosa Daisies...Periwinkle,,. Port u- laca,..Ageratum ... Red Salvia...Dianthus...Lobelia . . . Gazania . . . Molten Fire. BLOOMING African Violets Special Group Baby Plants 35c to $1.00 ·*· Choice Green Plants * Gift Plants EASTB URN'S (ANN LOGAN) 734 E. 8th St. MA 4-1372 [CLOSED SUN.I F R E E 1 WEEK ONLY $1.50 Value--Gal. Can PALM TREES with every Cu. Yd. FERTILIZER COMPOST GROUND Sfeear Manure Practically « ·· QO Odorless * ~ Delivered Darling's Nursery MA 4-7262 or MA 4-6760 WORRY WART Dennis The Menace in the CITIZEN 5-GAL VEITCKI GARDENIAS in Bud and Bloom While They Last $ 3 95 DRACENA 1.39 PALMS * To S-Ft. Tall . SILER'S NURSERY 1241 W. Prince Rd. MA 4-5860 WE ARE CLOSED SUNDAYS 0 We Urge You To Attend the Church of Yottr Choice TUCSON FERTILIZER COMPANY 3900 N. FAIRVIEW ROSES IN BLOOM! Plant roses now from 5-gallon size containers. AH our plants are No. 1 grade. AH are carefully potted, fed, pruned and handled, to give you the finest roses money can buy. 2.50 ·· 4.00 en. ·mm 4021 E. GRANT EA 6-2195 N U R S E R Y A AND NURSERY A 2950 N. Stone BEIHHWG Phone MA 4-8089 SPECIAL Many in Bloom, in Peat Pots NOW JUST -- SI. 50 per dozen "We have thousands of plants to choose from." Petunia-- Fl-- Hybrids, Single and Double-- Zinnia, Giants mixed and Thumbelina Cocks Comb, Red and Yellow. Portulaca (moss rose), Vinca (periwinkle), Dianthus Bravo in bloom, Gomphrena, Nierembergia -- Margaret -- daisy yellow, Phlox, and Verbena, and many others. PEAT MOSS -- STEER MANURE -- SOIL AID ·ClOSED SUNDAY* NEW ZINNIAS Thumbefina -- Seed and Plants Firecracker -- Seed Only Gardenias in bud, ready to bloom. · 5.65 r 1.45 - 3.45 TT* DESIGNERS CONTRACTS 3955 E. Broadway near Alvernon PLANTSMEN EA 6-6051 GARDENIAS 1 GAL. SIZE EACH PYRACANTHA GALLON AAC SIZE OT TSNY'S NURSERY HOTM e «« *, 4657 N. IROQUOIS MA 2-5133 Closed Sunday IDEAL GIFTS! BLOOMING PLANTS ARTISTIC PLANTERS To Bnghfen the Shut-ins' Spirit and Hours HUBBARD'S NURSERY 455 N. Grande Ph. $24-2214 Prices Range from $j50 to $500 Landscaping Is Important In Home Decor By Vivian Broivn AP Neuw/ttalures The exterior decoration of a home is just as important as the interior design. It is the frame, the garnish, the fillip that puts the finishing touch to a house, If a mistake is made in planting a tree or bush, it can't be moved easily as an out-of- place chair or sofa indoors. It is important to spend at least as much time plotting plants as home furnishings. The same things apply -- form, color and texture. Good landscraping can increase the value of your house. One can begin by photographing a home, placing the picture on a large background, and then filling it in with sketches of trees, bushes, vines or pictures cut from " nurserymen's folders. If these are in scale, one should find a suitable arrangement. Most nurserymen are willing to volunteer assistance in this respect. Some people prefer simple plantings, building their houses to take full advantage of nature's woodland growth or tropical foliage. But some people, forgetting, let the bulldozer rampage through to make a clearing for a new, house. Then they must replace the plants. The expense is important, but oftentimes the biggest mistake made is making the setting look unnatural. A house should look natural in its setting whether it is in a desert or in the mountains. Height, manner of growth, flower and foliage colors are important considerations. Still you don't want plantings too pat. There is monotony in symmetry, although many amateurs think that is the goal in planting. The look to achieve is "it just sort of grew here." Nurserymen can give you a hand in planning your landscape from the standpoint of appearance, privacy and even climate control. Neophytes forget details such as that fast-growing trees can screen out all the light in a few years and may need to be moved or chopped down Trees planted too near the house may beat against the shingles, disturbing sleep on windy nights. A long-range planting program is best if funds are limited, rather than spreading out the money. Trees are chosen first, so that they will serve as a windbreak in winter, keeping fuel costs down, and providing shade in warm weather. In general, tall evergreens should be used with ow-growing, slow-growing plants around the house broken up with spreading and ball-style plants. Low ' slow growers should be used under windows. Espalier trees and climbing roses help cool a house A pool of water near the house can serve as a heat trap' In windy spots where there is a pretty view, such as one overlooking water, combine hedges with an outdoor window arrangement to maintain the view and foil the wind. There are standard prices on good nursery stock and these should have a good root system. -Planting at the right time is important, too. b r u i t s As soon as pocketbpok and weather permits one's next step should be to plant an area that canTerve as a screen or cozy spot. Even in the country where one can enjoy wide open spaces, an intimate little area may be ^d ee r«1n ° W ff *"****' ^"i"*' trees of varying TM and color to offer privacy and contentment. ,,« TM i busl i es wil1 , attract birds - if that 's what y o u rh?n,,ahIL P »H ned ^^ ti y tre6s ma y fl °wer successively throughout the outdoor season. They may be placed strategically behind the hedge or in front of £ A gardJS door placed in the right spot can invite breezes Hills f " PAGE 80 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1963

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