WICKER NATURAL FENCING GARDEN DECORATION PANEL

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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

to suite your needs.


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Q:Do you enjoy gardening at home?
I have an extremely busy lifestyle. It is my garden that keeps me sane and get thru rough periods in life. Gardening is a great stress reliever. There are plants like daylillies, marigolds, iris, perennial geraniums, Shasta daisy, hibiscus, dusty miller that are no-nonsense, low maintenance plants that don't require much work. Watering and fertilizing is important.
Q:Is there any home remedies I can use to get rid of garden pests?
Go to a bookstore and get the book called Jerry Baker's Garden Secrets.* My Husband and I are avid gardeners and my Husband has been making some of Jerry's *recipes* for decades. This book is loaded with all kinds of concoctions for different issues, and many of the things are from normal household products.
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I have been eyeing this too, but I read some reviews of it (or a similar flower mat product) in the garden forum and most were negative. It is not very expensive though so it could be worth it to check it out.
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:Someone applied pesticides to my home garden is the veggies still safe to eat if I clean it?
You need to know exactly what was used!! Then call your Cooperative Extension Agent for your county as they have all the books and references on pesticides and safety issues. If they don't know they will contact the state entomologist or the state dept of ag (who licenses such applicators) It's not a matter of cleaning them.......some pesticides can not be removed with cleaning. Many have a waiting period before harvest. If you aren't in US......contact your agricultural agency.....whatever it is. But first you need to know WHAT was sprayed. The company is obligated to tell you.
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avoid carrots; they accumulate a lot of pesticides...same with melons, though you probably wont have room for them...most common garden crops, like tomatoes, beans and peppers, do an adequate job of filtering the intake of damaging chemicals..
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