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Upper Hutt Leader : August 31st 2011
4 UPPER HUTT LEADER, AUGUST 31, 2011 NEWS Black Passionfruit Enjoy the distinctive flavour of this popular fruiting plant. The First Name in Good Gardens Specials valid till 07/09/11 or while stocks last www.oderings.co.nz www.oderings.co.nz Not being members we cannot sell or redeem NGIA Gift Vouchers. Other Vouchers - Yes. Your Guarantee of quality is assured when you purchase plants grown and selected by Oderings. Darryn Odering Open 7 Days 8am - 5pm All our standard range of bedding plants in PACKS OF 9 - NOT 6 like most of our opposition - 50% more plants 1066 Fergusson Dr, Upper Hutt Ph: 939 1020 SAVE $4 OFF EACH Sheep Pellets Excellent soil conditioner for all gardens. 8kg. $12.99 $1099 BAG $5.29 $429 PACK OF 6 Osteospermum Passion Mixed Hardy Cape Daisy. Masses of long lasting flowers. Great in containers or the garden. Heucheras Marmalade, Obsidian, Lime Marmalade, Plum Royale. 4 new or recent introductions. Hardy, colourful perennial. $699 EACH $8.99 $12.99 $899 EACH Potted Colour Can be used to brighten pots, planters or the garden. $1.69 $129 EACH Evergreen Azaleas Over 15 popular varieties. A plant that has it all. Excellent in pots. $999 EACH Coreopsis Sunrise A hardy, long flowering perennial with masses of glistening bright golden yellow-orange blooms. $329 PACK OF 9 $4.29 Coleonema Compacta Dwarf 'Breath of heaven'. Lovely dainty pink flowers on a low shrub. $13.99 $899 EACH Tumbling Tom Baskets 1 red & 1 yellow fruiting, trailing tomato in a 35cm basket. $1699 EACH Bush, English Climbers, Patios Patio Standards Standards 29.99 $25.99ea 21.99 $17.99ea 36.99 $32.99ea 32.99 $28.99ea ROSES - MASSIVE RANGE Trentham Memorial Park 28 August, 25 September, 9 October BEGINNERS TO PROS KIDS AND ADULTS For more info visit: www.activation.org.nz WIN A BIKE from The Bike Hutt Attend two or more events to go in the draw Sporty Golders highlighted in heritage exhibition Hero worship: One of the prized photographs in the Golder Cottage exhibition for heritage month is this one of Quentin Golder with, left, Ivan Vadanovich and Don Clarke at an All Black training session at Hataitai Park before the tour of South Africa in 1960. Quentin is holding the eight-piece ball that was introduced for that tour. Photo: GOLDER FAMILY COLLECTION From champion divers, swimmers, netballers and softballers, down the years to Wellington Firebirds cricketer Scott Golder today, the Golder family has produced many sporting champions, and these will be celebrated at Golder Cot- tage Museum during September and October. The annual heritage month has this year been extended at the cot- tage to two months to allow any extra visitors experiencing our city to see what is on offer at Upper Hutt's only local pioneer homestead museum. The exhi- bition, called Sporty Golders and Upper Hutt at Play, also features Golder family members who were top ballet dancers and pianists. There will also be games on show that Golder children played more than a century ago. Golder Cottage, 707 Fergusson Dr, is open Saturdays from 1.30pm till 4pm or at other times by arrangement (528 9855). A small entry fee applies. BRIEFLY Holst book winners Winners of our Holst slow cooker books are P E Turner, Penny Birchall and Kartini Davis. Bridge results Upper Hutt Bridge Club results for week starting Monday, August 22, were Monday N/S E Pritchard, D Smith; E/W B Rush, S Smith; Wednesday N/S S W Downing, K Hudson; Thursday teams final result A and P Cushnie, S Pattison, B Pritchard; Friday N/S K Bajaj, J May; E/W R Lynn, J Durham. Chess play Monday evening was the final week of regular play prior to the 2011 club championships commencing at the Upper Hutt Chess Club. Players to have a win were Pat Cunningham, Tony Hughes, Bill Orr, and Bob List.
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