Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 122
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New Vegetables for 1959 NEW and best for the 1959 vegetable garden? Of the new vegetable varieties developed by plant breeders around the world, 1959 produces two outstanding new winners. They are the best of their kinds and for their purposes--All-America Selections. Jade Cross Brussels sprouts, a first generation hybrid ffom Japan, is by far the earliest, most uniform and heaviest producing of all Brussels sprouts. Gardengreen snapbean is the new garden bean with the most desirable, flavorful, stringless and fiberless, r o u n d and straight pods. Gardengreen snapbean is of the type of tendergreen; a previous winner and most popular By Walter Fmch snapbean in America. However, Gardengreen is quite distinctive. The plant and foliage are different, vigorous, of medium height, with small dark green leaves. GARDENGREEN averaged 5 to 5'A inch pods, which are round, quite straight, and hold smooth over a long period. Pod color is a bright dark green. It is of the most desirable stringless and fiberless type with excellent bean flavor and quality, a good snapper. Although intended for tender, brittle, home garden green snaps, most of the judges recommended it also for commer- BLOCK WALL N O D O W N P A Y M E N T UP TO 36 MO. TO PAY 1st Payment 45 Days Alter ' Fence Is Completed Block wall fence is exceptionally stable and permanent . . . offers absolute privacy. . . . no maintenance costs. \Veather- Proof . . . Fire-Proof . . . Rot-Proof . . . Vermin-Proof. HARRIS FENCE CO. 3150 CHANGE fiVE. '"°TM CAU. FOR FREE ESTIMATE GA 7-1487 ROSES (bare root) CiMTED * CALIFORNIA CROWN, BEAUTIFUL COLOBS MANT VARIETIES TO CHOOSE «OM..._ 39 STRAWBERRY PLANTS L.,.« E ,., k ..,, t ,,,. 49c B RD OF PARADISE (2 Yrs. Old) 1.00 JUNIPER PFITZER ,.,. 59c AUSTRALIAN TREL FERNS (1J , »*.,.-....,.,. 1.00 GARDENIAS (MYSTERY) ««,,«*,««.,, .... 79c OAK LEAF MOLD (Red Star) 2 Cu. Ft. 1.59 ALGERIAN IVY FLAT 2.79 CAMELLIAS (Beautiful Varieties) .... 98c CRASS SEED M I X i ^ r M , I b . 79c PEAT 2-159 MOSS cu FT. T LARGE BALE "CANADIAN SUNSHINE" 6.45 VALUE. 4" RUBBER PLANTS--SPECIAL! «.,. Me HIBISCUS SS-.J'SB 1 ' on ""· ,.,. 59c RANUNCULUS «.,,. fl TMTM.".:....'.. 50 BULBS 79c TULIP BULBS (Holland Imported) .... T9c GLADIOLUS (#1 Large Bufbsh VMIETUI. D «. 50c STEER MANURE «.«i,.. ( ,, . . , 2 Cu. Ft. 39c AZALEAS (Albert Elizabeth, etc.)...,,,. 1.00 BOTTLE BRUSH (1.00 Value) ,.,. 59c LIQUID FERTILIZER (Popular Brand) ,,,,. 1.49 PYRACANTHA AND OLEANDERS *,. 49c MEYER LEMONS (Everbearing) k 89c CALENDULAS, STOCKS, SNAPS ».,. 35c PANSIES, VIOLAS, POPPIES .,,. 39c . . rr . cSs" cMHER GRAB BAG j l_!J.S[p" WITH AD VaIue li?_ S i5? I Closed Saturday -- Ojicn Sunday--Tins ad nood only J:ui. l t h r u 0. CAMERON'S NURSERY .1*91 P .S. WOODRUFF AVE.i BEI-i.FLQYVE_R -. '.TO 74M39' cial uses. It is good for home canning and freezing. Jade Cross Brussels sprouts rated highest voted entry for seven years and merits a coveted silver medal award. JADE CROSS, as its name suggests, is a first generation hybrid or cross, with the richest ot blue-green sprouts. It also comes from Japan and the first hybrid Brussels sprouts. Being a crop to mature in cool weather, seed should be started early for a spring crop, late for a fall crop to be improved by frost. While it produces well in summer, flavor is strong and sprouts are not so crisp and tender as in cool weather. Only early orders will obtain seed this first year. The coldest weather in 50 years and 10 inches of heavy snow on plants of the eastern seed crop last March broke down jnany plants and caused very short deliveries on seedsmen's contract orders. There should be a plenty of seed for 1960. Fuchsia Society Motion pictures arid a lecture on "Mountain Climbing in the Himalayas" by Mrs. Guenter Dyhrenfurth, l a n g u a g e instructor and secretary of Chapman College, at a meeting of the California National Fuchsia Society Jan. 11 at Ilollydale School, w. Main St., Hollydale. Newly elected officers will be installed. Potluck dinner at noon will precede the lecture by Mrs. Dyhrenturlh, who accompanied her husband, a Swiss geologist, on two trips into the Nepal Himalayas and succeeded in climbing 24,500-foot Queen Mar Peak. Officers to be installed include Elmer Monson of Long Beach, president, succeeding William L. Taylor of Anaheim; Roy Joyce of Glendale, first vice president; S. G. Copeland of Venice, second vice president; Mrs. Helen Frank Rice of Bellflower, secretary; LJoyd Bargcr of Hollydale, treasurer; Mrs. Conrad Personne of Hawthorne, membership secretary; Miss Ernia Standlee of Newport Beach, publicity director, and Conrad Personne, public relations director. Loren' Paulson of Inglcwood, a past president of the so-, ciety, will he master of ceremonies and Joe Littlefield, garden lecturer and writer, will be installing officer. Begonia Fanciers Parent chapter .of American Begonia Society will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walker, 515 W. 20th St. Officers will De installed. A hamburger supper will be served. Visitors are invited. 'ION TO TODAY'S PUZZLE (Sre rne 26.) lade Cross Brussels sprouts, Gardengreen snapbeans are newest prize-winners in AAS vegetable fields. FUCHSIA-LA NURSERY Long Beach's Largest . and Most Cbmp/efe Nursery 3569 ATLANTIC - PHONE GA 4-322T Let Us Do Your LANDSCAPING Individually Styled to Suit Your Home FREE ESTIMATES · REASONABLE HATES 8-ss ~x BARE ROOT ROSES Old-Time Favorites -- 1959 Introductions fe^^g^rS^^'^-gg bare root complete selection including 1959 Ail- American Rose selections* and other I new varieties STAR FIRE* IVORY FASHION* KORDES PERFECTA LAVENDER GIRL ANGEL WING SUNLIGHT PINK PEACE RUBY LIPS GREEN FIRE HEAT WAVE plant now for spring flowers ICtllO ATI.AXTIC l.-«OI S. All.uili...

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