Good Quality Wood Plastic Composite Outdoor DIY Decking

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WPC series

**WPC outdoor decking
**WPC exterior wall panel
**WPC DIY flooring
**garden box
WPC(woodplastic composite) part one
Decking
Type: hollow and solid
Length: 2200mm, 2900mm, 4000mm,5800mm
Specification:150*25mm,135*25mm,140*26mm,  150*21mm, 150*30mm, 145*30mm, 250*21mm,250*25mm etc.
Color: ivory white, wood, cherry red, reddishbrown,  black etc.

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Q:If you have The Better homes and garden cookbook, you could literally save my life right now!!!!?
Where does you becoming dead enter into it? I think you lied when you said ...you could literally save my life...
Q:What is the best magazine for home improvement to increase the value of your house?
I always love better home and garden magazine. I got the subscription for the magazine two years ago when I planned to sell my house. Got couple of ideas for house reno spent 5K got back 18K when I sold my house. Very interesting articles I guess budgted house reno.
Q:what are the easiest things to grow in your FIRST home garden?
Res berries and straw berries are pretty simple. You can buy a few plants and they will pretty much take care of themselves. Give them plenty of space as they will spread if allowed. I've never done blueberries but I think they are the same pretty much. Tomato and peppers are easy as well. Buy the baby plants in the spring and water when dry. Most seeded vegetables are relatively simple. Follow the directions on the seed package. Also put a shot or 2 of miracle grow on you plants every week or so. Hope this helps. Growing a garden can be very rewarding.
Q:im planninga small home garden( or a plants space??) in front of my home.?
Well, the first thing you will have to do is to determine which zone you live in. There are, in the US, 11 zones. Each zone has its plants that will do well or are hardy to that zone. Some zones and plants can fare well in a relatively broad number of zones and there are other plants that do well in a limited number of zones. To ensure success grow those plants specific to your zone. A good source to find the plants suitable to your area is the local nursery. The experts there will know which plants wil work best for your area.Another possibility is to take a look around your nighborhood to determine which plants your neighbors enjoy successfully.
Q:Better Homes and Garden?
You should go to the better homes and garden magazine site. This is a question and answer forum for us general people with nothing better to do. Just kidding. Get a hold of better homes and gardens magazine.
Q:Did Better Homes & Garden publish a yearbook in 92 (contains recipes from 91 issues?)?
LOL, wow sorry i have no idea. I wish I could help ya. I didnt even know they published a yearbook. I do hope you find what youre looking for though. Take care.
Q:Does anyone remember a show on one of the home and garden channels about making a cement planter box?
these okorder.com/ which has a video showing it. good luck and have fun
Q:A fun little survey for teens =]?
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Q:differences in greenhouse (florist's) flowers and garden (home gardeners) flowers.?
I once had a job that involved, in part, developing new cut flowers for the florist trade. The specifications were that the plant needed to have flower stems that could be cut 3 feet long; that the flowers could be shipped without dying in the process; and that the flowers should last at least 3 weeks in a vase. Ideally flowering of the plant could be controlled so that flowers could be produced at any time of year, in a variety of climates, that the plant would be resistant to insects and diseases that could damage the flowers, and would be available in an assortment of colors. If you were developing flowers for home gardeners, your selection criteria would be somewhat different. You would also want insect and disease resistance, but your emphasis would be much more for variety of colors, and fragrances, compact growth, flowering in one season, and things like tolerance of different soil types, drought tolerance, etc.. Things like long stems, shipping tolerance, and long vase life would not be nearly as important for a home gardener, as they would be for a florist. On the other hand, most home gardeners would want a variety of flowers, not just dozens of red roses for valentines day. A rose by any other name smells as sweet (probably not an exact quote from Shakespeare), but the flowers a florist uses have a different purpose than flowers a home gardener uses. I hope this helps.
Q:need help from home party consultants like Tupperware, cookie lee, pampered chef etc?
Offer host only benefits, such as a discount, and a precentage of the sales (to go towards their own purchase). For instance, if the party earns $200, and you offer a 10% bonus, then the hostess gets $20 to use towards her own purchase. Offer benefits such as a discount for bringing a friend, a further discount to the hostess if she has 2 more people book parties, etc. You might want to get a catalouge printed up professionally, though, and allow outside sales, or book parties.

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