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PRIME QUALITY WILLOW FENCE POSSIBLE FOR PALLET PACKING


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willow fence

made of natural osier with fine craft

artistic,durable and easy to erect

for home&garden deco to make privacy



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Willow fences and screens are made from vertical willow sticks tightly

woven together with galvanized steel wire. Willow fencing and screening

are suitable for an informal garden.Rapidly renewable natural bentwood

material like willow make wonderful fences for outdoor and indoor decoration,

our exclusive pre-build fences panels are designed to beautify your home garden

as well as practical well build fences with easy set up. Different styles and sizes

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Q:Does this seem like a wise investment?
A garden is a wise investment but a home garden posing as a market garden will end up costing you money as it costs money to set up at a farmers market not to mention you will need a vehicle that can haul the produce, coolers, tables, table cloths, a shelter, bags, etc., for selling the stuff at market. Not to mention that growing a market garden is very very different from growing a home garden and if you have never grown a garden before you will do best to start small-no more than 10' x 10' which will not leave you enough food to sell. But it also will not overwhelm you with all the work. A decent market garden at minimum will take around 4 hours daily plus the 5 or 6 hours you spend at market And despite what most people think, just because you have some produce at a farmers market people do not automatically flock to your stand and buy out all your stuff. It takes years to develop a customer base and most people unless they have studied how to grow far market, know how to put in and maintain a market garden (the first thing for a successful market garden is the fact you start planting in April and don't stop until July) and are great at marketing. And even these people will gross less than $300 a week (and net around $100 out of that $300). But most people are doing well to gross $50 a week at farmers market their first year. All that said it is fun to do markets, you will meet a lot of people, just don't expect much from them until you grow over an acre and can sell every week.
Q:Do you have some pointers on how to easily start an indoor garden for someone in a nursing home?
1. Bring him some new seed catalogs to page through. He would probably enjoy the pictures. 2. Get him a calendar somehow related to flowers, gardens, or gardening. 3. When you visit, bring along a piece of paper and draw out for him what your own garden will look like this summer. Ask for his advice. 4. Create a talking game: use photos of plants, trees, and flowers; use cuttings; stimulate as many of his senses as possible. 5. Take him on a little tour of the nursing home and talk about certain houseplants or cut flowers you pass by. 6. Are there trees and bushes outside his window? Can he easily see these? Talk to him about these plants and let him talk to you. 7. Does the nursing home staff already have some sort of program related to what you are doing with him individually? Perhaps the staff doesn't know he likes to garden. Tell someone at the nursing home about his past as an avid gardener. Can the nursing home staff then ask for his advice on gardening issues? 8. Bring along some picture books related to gardening. 9. Buy him a small framed picture of a garden scene. 10. Is there anyway the two of you can make a gardening scrapbook together, maybe even including a few photos of your friend in his younger days as a gardener? 11. Does the nursing home ever have fundraisers? The two of you could create a gardener's basket of garden seeds, etc. 12. If possible, bring seasonal plants in his room. 13. See if you can find a plum or cherry tree, cut a few short branches and see if you can force these in water in his room. 14. Surprise him with some colorful blooming houseplant. 15. Perhaps the most important thing you can do for him is to bring yourself -- a fellow gardener he can identify with. I hope this helps you and your friend.
Q:Anyone have a Better Homes & Garden cookbook with retro recipes?
I have a 1981 Better Homes and Gardens cookbook which has the following recipe for Swedish Meatballs 1/2 cup chopped onion 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 beaten egg 1 cup light cream 1 1/2 cups soft bread crumbs 1/4 cup finely snipped parsley 1 1/4 teaspoon salt Dash ground nutmeg Dash ground ginger Dash pepper 1 1/2 pounds ground beef * 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon instant beef bouillon granules 1/2 teaspoon instant coffee crystals Cook onion in 1 tablespoon of the butter or margarine till tender. In a mixing bowl combine egg and cream; stir in cooked onion, bread crumbs, parsley, salt, nutmeg, ginger, and pepper.Add ground beef or meats; mix well. Chill mixture. Shape chilled meat mixture into 3/4 to 1 inch balls. Brown meatballs, half at a time, in the remaining 2 tablespoons butter or margarine; remove from skillet. Stir in flour, bouillon granules, and coffee crystals into pan drippings; add 1 1/4 cups water. Cook and stir till thickened and bubbly. Add meatballs. Cover; simmer about 30 minutes, basting meatballs occasionally. Makes about 60 meatballs. * Or, use a mixture of 3/4 pound ground beef, 1/2 pound ground veal, and 1/4 pound ground pork for the meatballs.
Q:What I the best program for making floor plans for homes?
Better Homes and Gardens by Chief Architect is the best I have ever seen. Below is an amazon link but you might also want to look up Chief Architect for an even more comprehensive version.
Q:gardening club?
I'm guessing that hortchat is horticulture (all about growing plants) chat. Thanks for the info...looks cool...I'll check it out.
Q:Garden picked pumpkin, good source of protein?
Pumpkins don't contain very much protein, if any. The milk or dairy products you use for the soup will though. Vegetables are not by themselves good strong protein sources--you can combine vegetables to get proteins, but you still need more than what they provide. The highest sources are beans and legumes, combined with grains such as wheat or rice. There is only about 2 grams of protein in a cup of pumpkin puree.
Q:what can i grow in my garden to attract dragonflies?
It's not so much the plant that attracts them as it is the water. I grew up on a farm and we had a pond. They would always hang around the pond. So I'd put in a small pond then I'd plant some ornamental grass around it. Dragonflies like having something to land on after they fly over and sometimes lightly touch the water. You might also put a stump in the pond with a branch sticking out of the water. Maybe have the top of the stump come about 2-3 out of the water. I'll notice them normally landing on tall grass around the pond or on stumps or sticks that protrude out of the water.
Q:10-20% Home Depot coupons?
We move alot, and whenever we fill out the form to change our address at the post office, they automatically send you a 10% off coupon from Home Depot in the mail to your new home.
Q:Are you prepared to take care of yourself if/when the economy collapses?
Conservatives have a lot of meat on their bones.
Q:What's the name of a garden in the middle of a Spanish home?
Jardín Interior or Jardín Interno

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