Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening

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1.       Structure of Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening Description

reed fencing
made of natural water reed with fine craft
artistic, durable and easy to erect
for home or garden deco privacy

2.  Main Features of the Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening

reed fencing  is made of natural reed with fine crafts man ship, used for adorning the

garden and home. use this natural fence for your indoor or outdoor decor while

providing privacy, cover up an unsightly chain-link fence or create a privacy screen

on your patio with this natural reed fence. it is really great product with many uses.

1. made of peeled reed
2. woven with iron wire, black nylon coated wire or nylon thread
3. sight screen for terrace, balcony, garden etc

4. normal size: 1*5m, 1.5*5m, 2*5m

size can do as your requirement.

3. Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening Images


Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening

Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening

Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening

Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening


4. Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening Specification

Products Name


Reed fence, Reed screen




A lot of, can be customized




Natural and color Reed




Tonkin Reed


Use of places


Plant support , gardening, farm ,home decrotion




wash clean, high temperature, high temperature drying, roasted straight, mothproof mold processing, sorting, cutting, packing, fumigation, container


Payment Terms


TT,30%deposit,70%balance against B/L




1x40’HQ 10-20days after get the deposit




woven bag or carton




Invoice, Packing, Form A, CO, BILL, Fumigation/Disinfection Certificate, Phytosanitary Certificate


5.FAQ of Gardening Reed Decorating Screen Gardening

How to do daily cleaning?

 If relatively dirty also available water directly wash, wash after timely to dry in the air.

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Q:what's the best thing to use to kill a big rat inside a home?
I would firstly recommend a live trap, as I believe the killing of wild rodents is inhumane. These can be found at farm supply stores and some pet stores, and also rented sometimes from your local SPCA or animal shelter. If you are intent on killing it, use an edible rat poison and do not allow your other animals or children to handle or eat it. Rat poison works very well on rats since they cannot vomit. The only problem is they usually crawl back to their holes to die so it may die in your walls or another place you wouldn't like. Try removing any food that the rat can get into so he has no choice but to eat the poison, or leave to find food elsewhere. Please do not use glue traps or mousetraps, as they are very inhumane and often do not actually kill the rat, just make it suffer until it starves to death.
Q:How to make a home made rat cage?
Q:need help from home party consultants like Tupperware, cookie lee, pampered chef etc?
Have you considered setting up a booth at a County Fair or Home Garden Show? At least check out the other vendors there and ask what kind of incentives they offer if people sign up to book shows. Some have a drawing for a free gift basket, and at the bottom of the card people can check boxes indicating that they want more information about booking a party. (Have your planner handy; it is even better if you can book them on the spot.)
Q:any one hear of or want to do a home and garden party?
No thanks! I'm a Purse party consultant though so I understsand what you mean. Go to all your local beauty shops and advertise yourself. Also try advertising in your local paper.
Q:Best Microwave for home use .?
I would suggest Sharp.Work great durable.
Q:Olive garden bread sticks recipe?
I brushed the bread with butter and sprinkled with garlic salt and came very close to it.
Q:i want to plant a home garden to donate to a childrens home.. what are the best things to grow?
I think that is such a beautiful thing to do!! With the beautiful weather in your area, you can grow quite a variety. First, kids are more likely to eat veggies if they are involved with the growing. If the kids are old enough and the home staff are willing to allow it, involve the kids. Start with what they like to eat. In general, kids I know love peas, green beans, cherry tomatoes, zucchini and yellow squash, cucumbers. Watermelon, especially the personal: size kind are always a big hit with the kids. As to time, it depends on variety. Peas could be producing is less than 2 months. Tomatoes and cucumbers, from plants, less than 1 month, Beans and the squashes -about 2 months. Watermelon could be 2-3 months, but the big leaves are wonderful and kids can measure the growth and record the size -they will see changes from one week to the next. Carrots are easy if the soil is not rocky. You can eat the tiny carrots that you thin out. You can plant any of the lettuces- kids do enjoy salad if they get to do a buffet. Give them a basket or little pail and let them pick a leaf or two from different plants. Can you taste the difference? Which one is the best? are great games to play to get them involved. For the plants that like cool: peas and lettuce, plant them where there is shade. I can grow them in the middle of the summer on the north side of my house in the shade of a tall tree as long as I give them proper watering. I would also plant some herbs: mint- in a pot, chives, basil, Please, consider keeping the garden free of chemicals. That way the kids can pick and eat the veggies right from the garden, and the home staff will be ok with not having to wash off chemicals.
Q:If you have The Better homes and garden cookbook, you could literally save my life right now!!!!?
From the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook: Our Best Basic Chocolate Chip Cookies Yield: about 60 cookies 1/2 cup shortening 1/2 cup butter 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 12 ounce package (2 cups) semisweet chocolate pieces 1 1/2 cups chopped walnuts, pecans, or hazelnuts (filberts) (optional) 1. In a large mixing bowl beat the shortening and butter with an electric mixer on medium to high speed for 30 seconds. Add the brown sugar, granulated sugar, and baking soda. Beat mixture until combined, scraping sides of bowl occasionally. Beat in the eggs and vanilla until combined. Beat in as much of the flour as you can with the mixer. Stir in remaining flour. Stir in chocolate pieces and, if desired, nuts. 2. Drop dough by rounded teaspoons 2 inches apart on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake in a 375 degree F oven 8 to 10 minutes or until edges are lightly browned. Transfer cookies to a wire rack and let cool. Makes about 60 cookies.
Q:I have little flies around my indoor organic garden soil that is expensive, in a big pot, how can I kill them?
Q:What's a good book to learn the basics of gardening? I have never done any gardening before.?
Bulbs in Containers By Rod Leeds Container Gardening 4-Thrillers! Fillers! Spillers! by Fine Gardening editoers A Movable Garden by Sydney Eddison Sink Container Gardening: Using Dwarf Hardy Plants by Chris Wheeler Container Gardening for All Seasons by Brenda Houghton, Richard Day The Contained Garden by Kenneth A. Beckett, David Carr, David Stevens

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