Reed Natural Gardening Fence for Decoration

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1. Structure of Reed Natural Gardening Fence for Decoration Description

 is a company specializing in bamboo and reed products, established in 2007, currently employing 50 people and possessed of bamboo and reed resources of 3,000 acres

Our main production includes bamboo skewers, bamboo poles, and the bamboo products for garden and agriculture, such as bamboo canes,

2.Main Features of the Reed Natural Gardening Fence for Decoration

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

Dia:19-21mm. good quality, cheap price.

3. Reed Natural Gardening Fence for Decoration Images

Reed Natural Gardening Fence for Decoration

Reed Natural Gardening Fence for Decoration

Reed Natural Gardening Fence for Decoration

4.Reed Natural Gardening Fence for Decoration 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 Reed Natural Gardening Fence for Decoration

How to do daily cleaning?

Only use the brush to clean dust from the gap, and then use a clean wet cloth wipe, if relatively dirty also available water directly wash, wash after timely to dry in the air.

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Q:what best philippine vegetables to plant in philippine garden at home?
Phillipine Pot Bellied Pigs.
Q:Home Espresso Machines?
It will save you money in the long run but just so ya know they are hard to keep clean its a pain in the butt to make the drinks. LOL But I have one I use it every now then. Go to walmart or target they will have them cheap
Q:Planters instead of garden this year...?
Swordlily gives some good ideas! Nice thing, or bad thing, about smaller planters is you change plants each year. In NW Penn, any perennial in the planter will probably freeze out......if not their root system is much larger than annuals. Larger plants, say at least 3 feet across can hold smaller perennials and their mass usually protects the plants over winter. Just as in a garden you have to account for sun/shade, but also prone to wind damage as they are a bit more exposed, insects and disease........watering will be greater as the confined root system in small planers doesn't allow for the roots to spread and take water from a larger area. So if you travel, forget flowers. You may be watering daily in hot/dry periods. You haven't said how big planters. Container growing needs to change soil often......ideal yearly, every other OK. The bigger planters can get by without but you need to recycle organic matter/compost, plant nutrients.......just as you did in the garden soil. Of course......drainage is critical. Whoever thought enclosed planters was a good idea? They can end up like mud bogs in heavy rains. As for plants......depends on size of planter. Annuals for smaller.....add some ornamental grasses for upright accents and some droppers over the planter edges. Larger planters may be able to hold miniature roses or floribundas, small flower shrubs.....whatever grows there, spring bulbs, annuals and perennials. Look in home and garden magazines for planter ideas, as mentioned above, sweet potato vine has been popular as accents, especially the dark leaf/black leaf variety. What's your favorite color? Start from there and mix in accent colors. Plan over winter and be ready when spring arrives!
Q:My mom loves to garden in our very small yard. what would be a good mothers day gift for her.?
As she gardens in a yard she would probably appreciate a nice pot or some plants to grow in pots. They would have loads of ideas in any nursery for mothers day. You could get her a voucher to choose herself something or take here there. Just google it to find the good nurseries near you.
Q:what are some jobs that i can do from home?
You could open a daycare! well if you like kids that is! :D hope this helps!
Q:what can i use to scare away stray cats from my garden. They have turned the grounds into a loo.?
A piece of fishing net suspended between pegs about 3 inches off the ground will protect any newly sewn vegetable beds. They don't like to go if they can't get comfy.
Q:Cookbooks for newlyweds?
I have used my Better Homes cookbook so much that the pages are falling out, and covered in all sorts of spatters from ingredients. I like it better than my Joy of Cooking for simple things. It gives you a good base to work from, and you can expand on most of the recipes to suit your own taste. I use The Joy of Cooking for reference (great info in the back) and when I want to try something more unusual. When I left my parents' house, I could bake up a storm but didn't even know how to make a casserole! Now, my friends love it when I decide to throw a dinner party!
Q:butterfly garden?
first you need a butterfly, then you need a garden....plant the butterfly in the garden, water generously then wait till spring!!!!
Q:what is your biggest garden pest and how do you get rid of it without using poison?
Squirrels.No I don't kill them but never feed around your home or garden.I have tried traps which only catches the neighborhood cats.So I gave that up.Have not found anything to keep them away for long.
Q:50 State Salute.. Better Homes & Gardens Christmas Cookie recipe from 1998?
Try this: Makes: about 72 buckeyes Prep: 45 minutes Chill: 4 hours 30 minutes Ingredients 3/4 cup butter (no substitutes) 3-1/4 to 3-3/4 cups sifted powdered sugar 1 cup peanut butter 1 tablespoon milk 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 16 ounces semisweet chocolate 1 tablespoon shortening Directions 1. Melt butter in a small saucepan over low heat. Or, microwave in a microwave-safe bowl on 100-percent power (high) for 1 to 2 minutes. 2. Combine melted butter and 2 cups of the powdered sugar in a medium mixing bowl. Beat until smooth. Add peanut butter, beating until combined. Stir in milk and vanilla. Beat in enough of the remaining powdered sugar to make a firm, crumbly-looking mixture. 3. Roll mixture into 1-inch balls. Arrange on a tray; chill for 30 minutes. 4. Meanwhile, melt chocolate and shortening in a heavy saucepan over low heat. Cool slightly. Using a fork, dip three-fourths of each ball into chocolate mixture so the ball resembles a buckeye. (If the chocolate mixture hardens, remelt over low heat.) 5. Place balls, undipped portion up, on a tray lined with waxed paper. Chill until firm. Store in refrigerator. Makes about 72 buckeyes. Nutrition Facts Servings Per Recipe about 72 buckeyes Calories 90, Total Fat (g) 6, Saturated Fat (g) 3, Cholesterol (mg) 5, Sodium (mg) 37, Carbohydrate (g) 9, Fiber (g) 1, Protein (g) 1, Vitamin C (DV%) 0, Calcium (DV%) 0, Iron (DV%) 2, Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet

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