The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 41
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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday,- October 3, 1971 9C INDOOR GARDENER'S GUIDE Some Episdos in Bloom All the Time MRS. JAY R. PETTINGILL NEW BRIDE Brigham City Miss Weds in Foil Rites By KATHERINE B. WALKER Episcias .. are. cousins of! African violets, grown.primarily j for their colorful foliage. Some varieties,. however, .are constantly in bloom, and when such plant finds an. environment that really suits it, it can be the growingest, bloomingest plant 'ou ever had. Episcias are usually grown as trailers. The plants send out stolons which form new plant- ,ets at their tips; these, in turn, send out more stolons, 'and almost before you know it, the ;lant has made • a curtain of lower-studded foliage.. Also before you know it, though, the slant may begin to drop long engths of stems, older leaves will turn brown and crisp, and the whole thing looks like a sickly mess. After having had this happen once or twice when I couldn't blame it 'on . the temperature falling below sixty or lack of proper watering, I decided to do something about it. Actually, episcias are classed as creepers, and in iny opinion they should be grown as such. As .an experiment I took two identical, newly-rooted plantlets a few months ago, potting one in a small hanging basket, the other in a wide, shallow pot. They got the same soft, light, temperature and so on. The basket-grown plant now is in constant bloom, the foliage is a good color, mature leaves are :our inches long, and stolons run four to five inches .before EPISCIAS are classed as creepers and should be grown as such. With proper lighting and moisture, the plant will make a curtain of flower-studded foliage. handsomer specimen than the Dasket-grown plant. We have a booklet on episcias; if you'd like a copy in order to learn the details of their care, do write to me,- Katherine B. Walker, in luxuriant growth, you can ex- imost of the.population had ever 'heard the word "ecology.". .QUESTION. I say .a plants's soil should be moist before plant food (the .soluble type) is ap- .plied; my neighbor says a dry plant will soak up the nutrients better. Who's, right? ANSWER. You both are. A dry plant will indeed soak up more moisture, and the nutrients in it, than a plant in moist soil. But it is also more susceptible to fertilizer burn. I believe prewatering before feeding is the safer method. QUESTION. How many plants can you call by their proper names, without having to look them up? ANSWER. I have no idea, but the number would be in the hundreds. I'm sure. Many, of course, I might know only by j their generic names, .while others I know by their specific names as well. And sometimes I know only what family a plant belongs to (which means I have I to look up the genus), andj sometimes, too, I just plain | don't have the slightest idea] what kind of a plant I'm looking I at! QUESTION. I dug several geraniums from the garden for winter bloom indoors but already they're beginning to pect your plant to live longer, h 00 k sickly. What should I do? and to provide better "starts"! ANSWER. Send 25 cents pli :are of this newspaper, and method of growing them. provide for new plants. Do try episciac as creepers, won't you?/ And let me know how you like this _B R I G H A M CITY—Miss Gizelle Yvonne Smith became the bride of Jay Reed Pettingill Friday in ceremonies performed at the Ivy House in Ogden. with Bishop Robert North officiating. The bride is a daughter of forming plantlets. On the. other hand, while the episcia in the wide pot is also in constant bloom and has well-colored leaves, its leaves measure over jfive inches in length, and stolons are only about two in-j plagues you now, do try plant- ches long before making new!ing y° u r episcia in a wide, enclose a self-addressed en- QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS velope plus 25 cents with your! QUESTION. Are you an South Willard. For her wedding and reception, the bride chose a white satin Spanish styled gown , t w i t h high lace neckline P iams highlighted by a lace neckline] HANDSOMER SPECIMEN Long full sleeves . werej Naturally, the larger, more request for it. If, after studying the booklet, you still have, trouble, with, crisping leaves, stringy growth, or whatever ecology nut or something? You plus a self-addressed envelope to me. Katherine B. Walker, in care of this newspaper, and ask for a copy of our booklet, Geraniums. It should enable you to keep your plants and probably have b 1 o s s-o m s before spring; although your city is covered . help purify the air, you often _ _, mention that working with j shallow container, with ample! plants is good therapy. How room all around .the parent I long have you been on this iVUIIl £tiL CUULUJU .Ul-C JJCUCilU JVllg plant for stolons to root.' In I kick? •Mrs. Genevie Smith of 651 E.I gathered to fitted cuffs accented .corn-pact growth on the pot- addition' to larger, more I ANSWER. Since long before under fluorescent lights. Mrs. Walker is always happy to hear from readers, and whenever possible she answers their questions on house plants 1 in her column, but she regrets that because of the vast volume of mail received.she cannot reply to individual letters. :)•' 5th N. by lace ruffle. The full length Parents of the bridegroom are skirt featured a short train. 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