Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 11
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February 21, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

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KITCHEN — Tall cabinet doors conceal a large pantry and broom closet in the Haynes apartment. Always clean clay pots thoroughly Do not reuse your clay pots without first cleaning them thoroughly. A solution of clorox or (he like in water — two or three tablespoons to the gallon will do — should be used. Check them for cracks. Replace doubtful or damaged ones at your C.A.N, nursery. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 New homes typical of Roosevelf Courts apts. j (Continued from Page 9) U shaped shelves and a large broom close!. A sliding glass door opens to the walled patio, j Off the hallway is the main I bath with ils long tiled pullman land matching tile is used on the Ishower. Storage cabinets arc lo- jcatecl in the hall. Large wardrobe closets arc in the bedrooms and extra storage space is above the clothes areas. 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Garbage disposals and slip-in gas ranges are used in the balanced power development. Give container plants character by pruning Plants growing in ornamental containers can be given renewed character by selective pruning and wiring. Begin by thinning out the con tcr of the plant, snipping out entire branches. Cut out weakest stems and those that crisscross or otherwise detract from t h c appearance of the plant. Step back occasionally as you work and size up the plant for appearance, like a barber, and then snip off lateral branches in the right places to open it up even more. When you can sec the structure of the plant clearly, you can then go to work to create a "bonsai" effect by twisting wire spirally around the stems. | like the stripes on a barber I pole, and gradually bending the | stems and wire to the desired shape. To drastically change , the position of a branch, tic Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 21, 1964- 1 1 ! Special pellets i halt snails Unless you are fortunate indeed, snails and slugs are having a romp during the wet spells. To end their happy hunting, set out pellets especially prepared for them. Your C.A..V. nurseryman has the pellets, which not only give smails and slugs a lethal feast, but attracts them to it. Best place to put the pellets is under low-growing foliage where the soil is moist. Simply scattering the pellets around will do little good, while putting them in small piles will solve your problems — if you !;ccp the pellets out all the time. Theater vs. Church When Christianity became fashionable the customs of the theater were transferred to the churches and the congregation applauded preaching by waving linen cloths, according to the Encyclopaedia Brittanica. Tips on growing plants in containers Growing plants in containers requires no special skills. There arc a few common sense rules, however: —Match the plant size to th§ container size. —Use the best possible soil. ;A mixture of equal parts good soil, leaf mold or compost and peat is ideal. —Make certain container is well drained. Cover drainage holes with broken pot pieces to prevent clogging. —Don't allow container bottom to come in contact with the earth. Place it on gravel or on free wheeling casters. , —Develop and follow a strict watering schedule. Remember, plants in containers are almost totally dependent upon you for every need. I PI "2. &C£?CM- P.'. PLOT CONGRATULATIONS TO ROOSEVELT COURTS TONEON-TONE CONTINUOUS FILAMENT Nylon Carpet and Draperies Supplied and Installed By Clyde & Peggy Pugh Call 793-2911 Evening Appointments 526 Orange Street Closed Saturdays CONTROL GOPHERS A full grown barn owl will eat from four to six gophers a day. an additional wire or cord near the tip of the branch and grad ually guy it into the new post tion. Be careful not to make any bend s so sharp that breakage results. To permanently alter the ishape of a plant may take scv I oral months of pruning and I wire adjusting. And after it's ' finally in shape, you will need to give it frequent remedial : pruning on top, root pruning. I and occasional rewiring to keef it the way you want it. Flowering tree easy to grow Culture of deciduous flowering trees is perhaps the simplest in all horticulture. These trees flowering peach, plum, nectarine, crab, may be planted in any ordinary garden soil with no preparation except to loosen earth which may be too hard packed for roots to enter. Water them thoroughly two or three times a month while they are small, but when matured, once monthly is sufficient unless the soil is quite sandy. RCA RCA RCA COLOR TV COLOR TV COLOR TV REMEMBER! 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