Title: California Garden, Vol. 2, No. 6, December 1910
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: San Diego Floral Association
Subjects: gardening San Diego California Horticulture
Publisher: San Diego Floral Association
Contributing Library: San Diego Floral Association
Digitizing Sponsor: Balboa Park Online Collaborative
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ave theirnames and addresses in The Garden, sopeople who want their services will knowwhere to find them. A. The same query has occurred to usand we are now arranging for a columnfor such names, which will be inserted forthree months for $1.50, payable in ad-vance. Q. In preparing new ground for flowersI find it plentifully populated with a large,black worm, as well as numerous smallerones. Are these the natural enemies ofplants and flowers? If so I see troubleahead. A. Soil probably soggy and sour. Limewater will kill the worms and also sweetenthe soil. These particular worms wouldprobably not destroy plant life, but wouldindicate a condition of the ;soil whichwould be fatal to plants. Cut worms, cat-erpillars, etc., are destructive. Nearly allof the troublesome ones are green orgreenish brown. Remember The Garden when making outyour list of Christmas presents. Fiftycents makes a present which will be use-ful all the year. Noiseless falls the foot of time that o?ilytreads on flowers.
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PoultrySupplies Thoroughbred Fowls, IncubatorsEggs for Hatching ««« Garden and Field Seeds Nursery Stock and Supplies Wire Fence, Stock Food ««« San Diego County PoultryAssociation INCORPORATED 1905 Home Phone, 3321Sunset, Main 1440 926 Sixth St., San Diego, Cal. J. W. Sampsell, Manager. SecurityFor Your Savings A Bank with Assets of Over$2,500,000.00, that Pays Interest on the Accountsof Over 6300 Depositors San Diego SavingsBank Keating Block, Fifth and F Sts. The Oldest and largest Savings Bank in SouthernCalifornia, Outside of L,os Angreles. M. T. Gilmore, Pres. J. W. Sefton, Vice-Pres. K- M. Barber, Cashier 12 The California Garden A Walk Through Lifes Garden % The dawn is breaking. In the easta light struggles to dissipate the dark-ness, forerunner of that bright orb ofday. The sky is rosy. We look be-hind trying to pierce the haze that stillhangs over the scene, but we cannotlook into the infinite, we can but askourselves, Whence? We start onward with buoyant step.All is
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