We're having a wet snow flurry in our winter/spring
overlap now underway
Fri 20 Jul, 2012 10:18 am
I think I put a bit too much NPK into my planters, and so the contents have grown a bit green and sappy.
Maybe they'll flower more later in the summer, especially if we get more sun. But they look okay at the moment, and are growing strongly.
Hi dear am newbie hare and i want to share that i also have a garden in my house its size small but beautiful i really love it i sit in it at morning and evening in order to take some rest and get freshness of nature i also make a fence around it which secure it me from animals and other criminal activities.
Hi, chrisho2; can you show some pics?
Anyway, I have one for today:
Autumn color at the Nomads.
Wed 14 Nov, 2012 04:29 am
Hi dear gardens is most important for every society because it's a place where they go for recreation and get take exercises.Gardens well make by timber fencing and wire fencing its look great and increase greatness of garden' and also secure us from animals and other movements.
Mine looks better already - the neighbor (with my agreement) put in a relatively short block wall between our places, on her side of the division line (she is on one side of a duplex, me on the other). It might be illegal, but she didn't ask me re specifics (I've designed hundreds of walls, but she doesn't know that); I remember from the CC and R's when I bought here that walls can only be so high in front of the face of wall of the house - lower than I am used to as a landscape architect/designer. I guess I'll check the original papers. But I'm not going to complain, I like it fine. At least it's level (or mostly) and not sloping. I get sloping, just not in such a small neighborhood and space, when my own short walls are level.