Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 91
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 91

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PICTURE FRAMING STOCK FRAMES CUSTOM FRAMING PICTURE. FllAMK MART In Bixby Kmlts Adlac-ml to Town* Thcatro HOURS: Monday and Friday '«il 9 -- Other Dayj 9:30 fo 5:30 6 days only! Special low price on watch 4*I»itiiiiig Regular 6.75 4 If your watch is running slow, fast or not it all, it may need cleaning. Bring it in and we will clean, o i l , regulate and check worn or broken pacts . . . all for the above low price! Automatics, chronograph':, some special makes and niiiy watches not included. Tradition Walcli and Jewelry K c p u i r Service IVow! 5-day Kejiair vSorvu-o! on most repairs! Unless |.uts must be ordered. Downtown Long Beach ADDITIONS our 21st year serving LONG BEACH -- LAKEWOOD FOR YOUR PROTECTION! We furnish notarized !i» waiver* from all suppliers and workmen, This is your guarantee cf performance and protects you against "Paying double." No Salesmen - No Commissions Your [ob IE planned and priced by on* of tht owners, which enables U! to buiid to, yolj . . . ^- TM- -.-·» FOR ONLY, FAMILY ROOMS ,,,.,,,37?? We will finance any part or all ai 5% tor les*J and givo you up to 5 years io pay. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPESJEWCE WE WILL DO THE COMPLETE JOB OR ANY PART AND YOU DO THE REST over 3,000 satisfied customers E C O N O M Y K I T C H E N S , INC. B U I L D E R S IGA 3-0.955 · HE 7-50.04 2119 EAST CURRY LONG BEACH YOUR GARDEN Drought Needn't Be Murderous By Joe Litflefield TkROUGHT resistance is an important factor in many garden plantings. Where irrigation may be d i f f i c u l t , as on slopes, or where frequency of watering may be i r r e g u l a r or prolonged, certain plants display a hardiness not shared by others. Among drought - resistant plants are the compact English myrtle, bottle bush, Tam- arix, A r b u t u s Unedo, Spanish broom, rosemary, Cassis art- emisioides, rock roses, Breath of Heaven, California holly, lemonade berry, Catalina and Carolina cherry. There are many others, names of which can be supplied by nurserymen. Drought - resistance means more than just setting out a plant, watering it once and forgetting it. Any plant must be watered u n t i l it is established, then frequency of watering may be reduced. MANY PLANTS need more frequent waterings. To prevent water from evaporating fast from soil, and save on watering, spread an inch layer or so of compost soil, moistened peat moss mixed with manure, bean straw, leaf mold, or one of the prepared spread mulch materials. By giving plants slow deep soak ings you won't need to water them as often as you will when bare soil a r o u n d plants, bakes and cracks. Alyssym, once sfarfeJ, can iolerafe neglect wifhin a limit. This is Royal Carpet. 'Pals' of the Lazy Gardener By Bob Giltnore W»OOR SOILS need not prevent your having an at tractive landscape. As a m a t ter of fact, certain plants actually thrive on relatively infertile ground. Many of our m o s t popular ornamentals will prosper on a very thin diet. Godetias are not at all particular about the soil in which they grow. This colorful annual is splendid for cut flower arrangements as well as for general g a r d e n decoration. Several varieties are natives of California and all are very much at home in this area. The plants thrive in the sun and certainly make few demands of the caretaker. A relatively light soil will prove best. ANOTHER highly colorful plant for growing conditions is the common iris. Like the godctia, iris is extremely easy to grow; once established you can practically forget it. Botanically this is referred to as iris germanica and another one of its name is "fleur-de- lis." You should keep this in mind as several iris types exist, the others being somewhat more temperamental. Iris germanica certainly belongs in the lazy man's garden. The colors, which include all the shades of the rainbow, will certainly tone up your summer garden. The flowers range through yellow, lavender, blue, red and brown. ANNUAL PHLOX is native to the wide open spaces of Texas and as might be expected thrives in full sun. The phlox is another highly colorful annual that does well in relatively poor soil. On the other hand, a fertile soil will cause no harm. The annual phlox is a. free-flowering, jn-. (Continued ou Next Page) Centaurea is a hardy member of trie floral family, demanding no! foo much in the way of soil or attention. ARMSTRONG JUNIPERS 1 GAL. CANS Reg. 1.20 HIBISCUS Double Pink Single Red Double Orange Double Scarlet 15600 S. Atlantic Ave.

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