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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

Product Description:

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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Composted manure is best as it will not burn your plants. But you can use raw manure as long as you put it on the garden several months before you plant-late fall is best for this. Over winter it will break down and feed the soil. You should start a compost pile ASAP using raw manure, kitchen scraps (no meat!), garden waste, leaves, straw, etc.. It takes about 6 to 12 months for compost to mature. Google compost and you can find all kinds of information on how to make a proper pile.
Q:Growing flax seed at home?
If you have a small greenhouse you could grow them indoors. It is best to start the plants indoors and when they are ready you can transplant them to your garden. Choose a seed. After much testing, the following varieties were proved to provide the best yields: Omega, Linton and Rahab. Linton and Rahab are brown colored and Omega is golden in color. Prepare Soil. Flax seed grows best in soil that is well drained and contains a large amount of organic matter Plant the flax seed. Sow the seeds in early spring. Specific planting times will vary based on where you live, so check with your local seed supplier. Once planted, cover lightly with approximately 1/8-inch of soil. These plants will bloom the following season. If you plant them in the fall, they will bloom in the spring. Again, check with your local grower about best planting times. The ideal spacing is about 10 to 12 inches apart Grow Flax. Flax likes full sun. You will also need a general fertilizer when initially planting and then continue to add each month until harvest. Keep the soil moist, but not wet. Make sure to prune the plants to keep them healthy. Prevent Disease. Flax is prone to fungal disease and other blights. There are many organic and non-organic fungicides to choose from. Recommended for insects are Sevin or Telone; for fungicide: Busam or Captan. Harvest Flax. Flax is ready to harvest when 90 percent of the seed capsules have turned brown. You simply mow it and then rake it up into sections and let it dry. Hope this helps and happy gardening.
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In most of the places I've rented, the yard was the responsibility of the renter. It seems as if your lease spells this out all the more clearly.
Q:is it ok to put a tarp over your garden and cut holes out for the plant to come threw?
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You can use the map on the right side to find rentals in a specific area, and you can get the owners' contact info through that web site. Hope this helps...good luck!
Q:How should I control Japanese Knotweed in a home garden? How about a rural lot? (2 separate locations.)?
I assume you mean Polygonum cuspidatum.This is a really obnoxious weed. I don't know other than to keep at it..destroying every piece of it constantly. Maybe chemicals may be the only way to get it under control..you might get some leads at this site www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/plant...
Q:is there an all natural way (that i can make at home ) to keep bugs out of my garden?
I do my dishes by hand, then dump the dirty soapy water on the garden to keep insects at bay. Generally tho, if you have a specific problem, you will need to identify the bug (or it could also be a fungus or other bacterial organism). Each pest has it's own specific remedy.
Q:Which type of statues are better? stone statues or metal statues.?
The only way to answer which is better is to respond with other questions. But first let me say that for longevity sake, natural stone lasts a lot longer and polished granite lasts pretty much the longest (Rock of Ages). The questions are simple, what kind of statue would you like to see in the garden? Animals, figures, abstract forms, structures. Metal can be easier to create into intricate designs and depending on the finish could easily last 5 years in your garden without much noticeable changes (powder coating would be recommended). Simple concrete forms are fairly reasonable price wise, but they do weather and stain. Other materials are also available such as clay pots (glazed is best). So it is up to you and your budget. Check out some typical garden shops that have statues available. Major chain stores may also have some items. You may also find items available online. Peter

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