Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 92
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 92

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? II- --Photo Courtesy California Assn. of Nurserymen Golden Slippers, a I96Z All-America Rose Selections choice,' achieves a color break among {toribundas in Hs unique petals of fluorescent orange and gold that begin in bright gold buds that are f l u s h e d with red. By Dorothy Jonson No one insect does more damage to lawns today than the lawn moth or sod webworm. I 'no longer think of them as being a spring, summer or autumn problem. 1 do not think of them as being seasonal at all because from early spring until late fall, new cycles of lawn moths will appear in various sections of the country with their subsequent hatch of sod webworms c r e a t i n g brown patches in lawns. Proper liming of the application of control measures for this pest is very important. Do not apply control measures when the moths are "on the wing," nor immediately afterward. Wait at least a week or 10 days. Then, whatever material is used will be applied as the young worms are starting to hatch and will be many times more effective. There are several products effective against sod webworms, but many of these materials are poisonous to the birds that eat the worms. For that reason 1 like to use a combination of copper and ether. It will kill the sod webworms and yet is not poisonous to the birds. (Continue^ from Page 32) dividual and the blooms perform well as cut flowers. The familiar coreopsis is an exceedingly vigorous per- e n n i a 1. The golden-yellow flowers are light and airy in effect; they also serve well as indoor decorations, lasting for days in water. . P E L A R G O N I U M S very likely produce more and ask for less than almost any other comparable garden subject. The flowers appear intermittently throughout the year. The plants are at their peak during summer and fall. Not too much water is recommended and the soil definitely must not be on the rich side. During the winter season the plants tend to go dormant and water should be withheld. A sunny exposure will prove ideal. Other plants that do well in poor soils include: diosma, lavendula, ivy salvia, splen- dens, aloe, agave, dianthus, chrysanthemum frute s c e n s, gazania, vinca, statice, hem- erocallis, euphorbia, gaillardia and mesembryanthemum. TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE LAWN PRINCE Reel Mower · 18" CUTTING WIDTH · FULL BALL BEARING · 2-H.P. BR1GGS STRATTON ENGINE · ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION D O W N E N ' S 11655 E. CARSON 1 BOc. West If Pioneer Blvd. OPEN SUN. --HA 1-1655 LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT 1127 E. 10th Sf., L.B. Closed Sunday HE 6-1747 IF YOU NEED A LARGE SHADE TREE and Cannot Afford to Pay Full Retail Price . . . Come to Porter's Nursery! We Have 4 ACRES OF TREES That Wo Are Selling at WHOLESALE PRICES W« alio jtock ciiruis* avocado*, IropTcat planls. oalm and landscape thrubt, alt available at wholesale prices to the public. _^^··· -- ..TM..^^^TM««M^»«^^«^TM«*«"i"»«^TM^TM"^"'^^TM^"TM"^^^^TM -- TM·"^~TM^^^^^*TM 1 "" THIS WEEK I -Gallon TAMS IUNIPER u w Grower-Large 12" Spread CK- »««· PORTER NURSERY TOrrey 7-4841 16215 Chicago Ave.-- OPEN 'TIL DARK Blocks E. ol WoodiuM. turn at Trabuco FUCHSIAS BASKET and UPRIGHT "PurpJe Heart," "Seventeen," "San Pablo," We Grow Them! REDWOOD BASKETS (LARGE SIZE) ea. 79c ea PEAT 2- -159 MOSS cu 1 LARGE BALE Mm *ff\ "CANADIAN J /*f SUNSHINE" (£.45 VALUE PFITZER JUNIPERS .......................... GAL. 49c BOTTLEBRUSH ................................. GAL 49c FAM PALMS ...................................... GAL. 49c OLEANDERS RE0 . ,,,,. «»,,, ................... GAL. 49c BIRD OF PARADISE CAMELLIAS .COL HEM, HYDRANGEAS (French Dwf.) KHT GAL 89c MEYER LEMOH (Everbearing) ........ GAL 89c GARDEHIAS, "Mystery or Veitchi," GAL. 89c GAL. 1.00 DEBUTA.V ETC ..... GAL. 1.00 ROSE FOOD CAMELLIA FOOD, 25 Ibs. 1 49 DEGHONDRA FOOD, 50 in. 2 29 Wilh lane- tletrff ROSES (Reg. 2.95) 5 GAL. LOO LIOUID FERTILIZER Vi" 1 .TM)!". 11 .'.TM""" "L, 1-19 AMMONIUM SULPHATE 25 Ibs. 1.49 PHILODENDRON SELLOUM Special! Gal. 59c BOUGAINVII.LEfl (Dark Red) Gal. 69c DIGHONDRA in FLATS Sffffir Each 59c STEER MANMRE C«IDI«. FKH...'... 2-cii.-ft. 39c ZINNIAS (Giant Flowering) Doz. 39c DOUBLE ASTERS MARIGOLDS.... Doz. 29c ZINNIAS (Giant Flowering) Doz. I9c RUFFLED PETUNIAS Doz. 39c AZALEA, MARBLE QUEEN OR 5 IBS. HITROHUMUS To Each Cmlorner wilh Ad Closed Saturday -- Open Sunday -- Good July CAMERON'S NURSERY 16910 WOODRUFF AVE.. BELLFLOWER TO 7-2439 Follow Southland's Garden Pages SOLUTION TO TODAY'S PUZZLE 1S«e DICHONDRA FOOD . . . ALL ORGANIC . . . Assure the healthy growth of your dichondra . . . Stimulating, even feeding, long lasting, and more . . . Complete with insecticide. Covers 1500 sq. ft. with ease. Retail Value 2.98 Sad Sack's Low Price BLUE DAISY Redi-mix Concrete · Full 90-lb. sack · Use for walkways, clothes poEes, fence posis, etc. · Just odd wafer stir Retail Price SI.05 Sad Sack's Low Price S A-D VEITCHI GARDENIAS · Fully budded and blooming plants o f g l o s s y green foliage. · Add color ond fragrance a r o u n d your poHo o n d garden. Gallon Size Containers Grown to Retail for 11,25 WOODRUFF AT SOUTH ST. Dutch Village Shopping Center Lakewood . TO 6-3125

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