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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:Is home grown tomatoes the same as organic?
organic refers to not using pesticides or chemicals to enhance the fruit or vegetable. This can be done on home grown farms or large-scale corporate farms Note to organic lovers - specifically beef: We are cattle farmers. And I advocate for each of my cows to receive injections and medicines as they need. Does this rule our the term organic? I would hope not as it would seem cruel and unusual punishment to let an animal suffer when sick if all it needs is penicilin. To be a farmer, one fertilizes the ground-albeit natural fertilizer- to grow a stronger, thicker pasture for hay. One sprays chemicals only on the thistles so they don't choke out the grass the cows eat. We give immunizations against Black Leg and other serious diseases. We treat snake bites, runny noses, and cuts. If we did not use any medicines the condition of its life would be harmed. Is this the intention of organics? I don't see the benefits. Where would the human race be if we stayed organic and weren't allowed medicines and were quickly put down when we had a medical disease that we couldn't receive medicine for? Why can't we just find (or create) pesticides that can be used without harming us?
Q:Common garden weeds, life cycle?
There okorder.com/(20 % costs over $10/gal but less than Scott’s Weed B Gon at $15/gal. Only the hardiest weeds need 20%, 10% does for most weeds. 2-Xpress, Matran or Alldown, but these are to be used on weeds less than 5 inches tall. 3- Pelargonic acid, found in many plants, is currently available in a commercial herbicide, Scythe, but is not yet approved as an organic herbicide.
Q:Christ making HOME in our hearts?
I really like your analogy of our heart like a home... (or garden even). Have you ever read, My heart, Christ's Home by Robert Boyd Munger? Without question one of the most remarkable Christian doctrines is that Jesus Christ Himself through the presence of the Holy Spirit will actually enter a heart, settle down and be at home there. Christ will make the human heart His abode. Robert Munger gives the examples of Christ coming into our hearts, room by room...The Library (study of the mind); The Dining Room (appetites and desires); The Living Room (intimate companionship); The Workroom (talents and skills); The Rec Room (activities and amusements); The Hall Closet (putrefying sins); Transferring the Title (surrendering the whole house!)
Q:Where can i find books about gardening? I've tried called around to local nurseries and they dont have any?
If you're in Salt Lake, try the Green Building Center, you can also go on-line - Rodal press has a great selection - but their books would be at any book store.
Q:I am stuck at home, rainy day. My brother has loads of friends around camping in the garden, what can I do?
you can read a book or invite some friends over or go to the library or watch tv or play a video game
Q:What do these gardening tools mean to You.?
A vegetable garden so I can feed myself. A levelling tool to sow grass and improve the value of my home. A gardening tool so as to improve the value of my home. A sanitation tool so as to dig a long drop toilet in emergencies. A fencing tool so as to put in fence posts so as to identify boundaries around your property. Tools that all decent, civilised societies used to develop their infrastructure and develop their nations. Those simple tools are the foundations of all decent societies. I salute the spade and hoe.
Q:is there a space heater out there that will help heat my home?
I would get a new portable gas heater, they are found in any hardware store. If you have fans you can put them on to blow the warm air down from the ceiling. One of the cheapest and economical types of electric heaters is those fireplaces because they produce heat and blow it. it will probably cost less to use one of those and turn off those baseboard heaters than to continue using the heaters alone. I suggest you look outside of your home to see if you can block any wind from getting to your doors and windows. Insulate around your hot water heater, put extra mats, carpets, even blankets on the floor. You can find a lot at Salvation Army and Thrift stores. Get foam spray insulation in a can and fill in your walls. For ten bucks you can plug the drafts. Wear warm clothing and have an electric mattress cover on your bed to heat up at night. Use last seasons clothes to package and place under your bed for a extra draft protection. Next year plant evergreen trees and consider solar panels.
Q:Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook?
I'm sure it's all the same. It's too bad that they're in plastic wrap in the stores. Look at one in a used book store that's not in plastic wrap and see if you like it then buy it there so you'll save money.
Q:can anyone give any solution to this problem? i have loads of flies in my garden, there is no animal waste or?
lf l had my way l would tax the hell out of owners and exterminate all unwanted dogs.Dogs may be dear to owners but to the rest of us it is a irritating nuesense.When you consider that there is nothing whatsoever to gain from pets for the public.They compete with man for food sheter and vet fees. Unlike cattle they produce zero benefit to the public.All we have to show is dog mess on our pavements, constant noise from barking, and constant fear from attacks.and all that for what?
Q:do you prefer a backyard/garden or a front garden..?
I like the back garden better !! Dusty more privacy ...

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