Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 93
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 93

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 31, 1960
Page 93
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.1 95 EA. TREE ROSES (K5J CALIF. GROWN. BEAUTIFUL VARIETIES. DOUBLE GRAFTED I STANDARD HEIGHTS... __________ FRUIT TREES , EC T/ R f.' Ec , H VLUM 6 to 8 Ft. Ea. 1.59 ROSES, Beautiful Varieties , SJR 1 !,, Ea. 39c STRAWBERRIES KSMl''TM! ..;... ... Doz, 49c «. Gal- 1.00 Gal. 1.00 Gal. 1.00 Gal. 1.49 Gal. 89c ·· Ea. 2.89 2.29 . » , · AZALEAS ( XVw'K. ) PHILODENDRON SELLOUM M,, LIQ'JID FERTILIZER ,,,»».,«»,. JUNIPER TAMARISCIFOLIA ,,,,? AVOCADO TREES . mat ,» .*»,*,.. ..... *.«· DICMONDRA-GRO DAHLIAS (Beautifu! Cotors) . 3 Bulbs 1.00 GLADIOLUS BULBS ( K«!, 1 ) Doz. 59c PEAT 2^-^59 Large Bole S MOSS t.45 VALUE. PYRACANTHA (Large Red Berry) Gal. 49c DICHOHDRA SEED £,,"_» ^ Lb. 5.89 gfMELLIAS foPE , IUS , «.. (2 to 3 ft. tall) Ea. 1.59 BIRD OF PARADISE ,«,,«,... Gal. 1.00 OAK LEAF MOLD (Red Star) 2 Cu. Ft. 1.59 ?,T£, E « F IJ /I 51? URE «-·«"« 2 Cu. Ft. 39c JSSS T 9gULOSA.H^T....-mm.,... Gal. 1.00 CEMENT LAWN CURBING (Red) T Ft. 25c STOCKS, CALENDULAS Doz. 29c PANSIES (Roggli Jumbos) Doz. 39c I I I t?Cu to Each * [ Customer J · - -- --- ---» t^m · vd With Ad j Cloud I.turd.y--Op.n Sun'nr^.Thind"tB~~l7"j~"Tl lhriiitrr^b,~6"""' CAMERON'S NURSERY 16910 WOODRUFF AVE.. BELLFLOWER TO 7-2439 T O P (JIT.* L I - T V ' A N D ; Need No Soil, No Water, No Care VOODOO BULBS B L O O M L I K E M A G E C ! 39 COLORFUL MONARCH OF THE EAST FLOWER average flower 12 inches long, 5 inches broadl overall plan! up to 2 feel talll BLOOMS INDOORS IN ABOUT 4 WEEKS Exotic! Fascinating! Get Yours Today! O O L W O R T K T S LONG BEACH 4th and Pine LAKEWOOD 5260 Peppcrwood LOS ALTOS 2148 Bellflowcr BELLFLOWER NORWALK COMPTON DOWNEY 17322 S. Beialowtrl4035 Pioneer Blvd. 1M E. Campion 9116 stonewood DOROTHY DIGS 'Jt in the * ( garden By Dorothy Jonson I do not need to tell you how to prune your roses because you have every opportunity to visit pruning demonstrations at the municipal rose gardens and other public places, or to study pruning m e t h o d s from illustrated booklets. However, I do remind you that, immediately after you do your pruning, you should give your roses a clean-up spray with a lime- sulphur-oil emulsion. Spray the soil area surrounding each bush also. That is highly important. After you've sprayed, embed a little agricultural sulphur in your rose bed (about two pounds to every 100 square feet) and afterward use a little iron, scattering it on top of the soil . . . (!/$ pounds to 100 square feet). The next task is to give your roses humus. Whether you use steer manure or other organic material, spread it over your rose bed, not getting it too close to the base of the bushes. G r a p e v i n e s should b e pruned this time of year just the same as deciduous f r u i t trees . . . such as apricots, prunes, peaches, plums, nectarines . . . all except cherries . . . but you may not know that spraying your grapevines with a lime-sulphur-oil emulsion, just the same as you do your deciduous fruit trees is of tremendous value in preventing many d i s e a s e s t o which grapes are especially susceptible. Leaf curl is n great evil on peach trees. Spraying them just when .you begin to see the first flush of pink on the bud structure is important. Use the lime-sulphur-oil emulsion which 1 know to be the first decisive step in checking this even before it gets a start. Garden Club Slides of a trip down the Mississippi River by steamboat will be shown by Ellen Carver at a meeting of Bel- mom Heights Garden Club at 1 p. m. Tuesday in Wesley Hall, 3rd St. and Mira Mar Ave. Margaret S. Denison will preside. Hostesses will be Mary Lillibridge, chairman; Grace Tluke, June Moller, Victoria S. Zambrano, "Bernice Haller, Bessie Jones and Josephine Wood. SOLUTION TO TODAY'S PUZZLE (See Pane H) NEW. ...... JandeGraaff HUES as low as 2Q C each Just a fraction of Iheir regular value FINEST OREGON GROWN BULBS WITH IIVE R O O T S A T T A C H E D READY TO GROW AND BLOOM I N Y O U R G A R D E N T H I S Y E A R Those bright new lilies ore hnrcly everywhere nnrl iml ns rosy to grow ns the common Tiger Uily. Many »,,,,,,, 2 n dS.?v", S ,, 1 "V I !" Ilne «"· ORANGE, APRICOT. AMBER and CANARY. Pinnt in groupa for n niosl colorful dimihiv in June nml July. Height 2'/ 2 to 3 feet. " B I"»y S P E C I A L . O F F E R (Minimum Order $3.00) D 8 ^T' 1 n " wcri »B size bulbs, nil differ- «,, _ _ 0 enl. in above colors. , ____ posliinid for 2.00 Mid-Century Hybrids r y a n f ^ 20 Bulbs, I'usli'uiil ..................... *4.75 50 Bulbs (20cencn),iosljmid ......... *10.00 Don't FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT m/,, //,,', ,,,,,,,,,·,,,,,,/ ,,,,, ,f you won , 01I Box 38-LB BORING OREGON BEAUTIFUL FLOWiiRS oclly qordon (ooturos lull liow lo qrow Ilicm BARE ROOT SHADE TREES · Small, m e d i u m , large -- tiio more Jrooi * Choion from fineit selection of field grown Jreei · For color and shadn . . . contributei Jo beautiful landscaping · Chooic from selection of larger ihode or ornamental flowering f r c c t , luch at: · Idoho Pink Locuit, Sycamore, European While Birch, Silver Maple, Early Double Red Flowering Puach, Red Leaf Flowering Plum Hand Picked . . . Grade No TREE ROSES · Bring* the b e a u t y of exquisite form, color and fragrance Jo eye level · Chooie from selection of popular and patented varieties including · Sterling Silver, M o n t e - zuma, Mirandy, Peace, A z t e c , Helen Troubel, Mojavc, Chrysler Imperial among others BARE ROOT ROSE BUSHES · Tenderly cared for to produce s t r o n g e r , h e a l t h i e r plants · Many patented and- popular varieties to chooic: · Sarabande, Garden Party, Fire King. El Capitan, S t e r l i n g Silver, Kordet Pcrfccta · A muit in every garden 15600 ATLANTIC AVE. COMPTON

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