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  1. 1. Garden decor lightThe right place for garden decor lightLanternby HOS T M E I R on DECEMBER 10, 2011LanternImage by clogetteKenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa, Japan.One of Japan’s "three most beautiful landscape gardens".{ Comments on this entry are closed }Glass container highlighted by sun at McMayhill & Bakerhomeby HOS T M E I R on DECEMBER 9, 2011Glass container highlighted by sun at McMayhill & Baker homeImage by Gardening in a MinuteDuring this conference session, the Garden Writers visited the McMayhill & Baker garden andthe Vater garden in a charming residential neighborhood.For more information about this and other gardening topics, visit the UF/IFASwebsite Gardening Solutions.Question by sabrina has the ☆’s tonite: Zen garden bedroom…?But the thing is- I can’t paint my walls, I can’t get new furtinure, and my room is small.Bascilally, I’m looking for décor, décor light lantern. I printed this out:http://www.curatedobject.us/photos/uncategorized/2008/02/04/bamboo_postcard.jpgand this is my bedroom pics:http://flickr.com/photos/31529022@N05/light colors would be nice- I want a peaceful, cool room.
  2. 2. Best answer:Answer by tiny_lil_hottieyou have way too much stuff to be zen like. you would have to strip out everything you don’tabsolutely need. get some neat and clean looking storage totes or baskets for everything youhave cluttering up the room and then bring in some minimal flowers. actually you would havemore luck going for a country cottage look with your furniture.What do you think? Answer below!{ Comments on this entry are closed }flowers in bloomDECEMBER 8, 2011flowers in bloom Image by ▓▒░ TORLEY ░▒▓ Trees, low prim, sculpted, statue, seasonal, outdoor, plants,flowers, garden decor. acessories, forest, waterfall, household furniture, home, house, furnishings, victorian,gothic,rustic, outdoor, fountain, lanterns, lighting, seats, chairs, planters godray Posted by Second LifeResident Torley Olmstead. Visit Forest Floor. Question by grits: What are some ideas for [...]Read the full article →SoundTransit Central Link: Mt. Baker Station Octopus GardenDECEMBER 7, 2011SoundTransit Central Link: Mt. Baker Station Octopus Garden Image by orcmid Part of the decor is theoctopus-garden light fixtures. Every station appears to have its own themes and decor, with the major elevatedand subterranean stations having the maximum: Westlake, Mount Baker, and Tukwila are the most majestic inthis regard. Question by Cupcake: [...]Read the full article →DecorDECEMBER 6, 2011Decor Image by TerryJohnston Saturday at Frederik Meijer Gardens with Phil. Question by Adam Liauw: Haveyou ever wonder what kind of a mansion is waiting for us in heaven prepared by Christ? Is it condo? Is it acountry home? The design, the floor, the lighting, the wall, the furniture, the decor? Do we [...]Read the full article →Indirect Lighting Decor in Mitsui Garden Hotel, TokyoDECEMBER 6, 2011Indirect Lighting Decor in Mitsui Garden Hotel, Tokyo Image by scottmark Question by tehuskey513:European Garden Theme Wedding?? Need some advice? We finally decided on a theme for our wedding. Myfiance is wearing a kilt, so we wanted something Scottish or European to fit with the kilt. We finally settled ona European or [...]Read the full article →Lantern FestivalDECEMBER 4, 2011Lantern Festival Image by weegolo Lanterns from the Lantern Festival in Singapore, 2007. The festival is fullof lanterns shaped as animals, fish, heroes, cartoon characters, and so on – but I have to admit I prefer themore traditional (?) shapes such as these Question by chiyekosan: Trying to locate supplier of Japanese garden[...]
  3. 3. Read the full article →White Metal Garden Candle LanternDECEMBER 3, 2011White Metal Garden Candle Lantern Image by chrissatchwell A classic style garden metal candle holder. Nicecontrast to green plants. If you use this image on your own website/blog can you please try and give credit to:http://www.chrissatchwell.com/ Thanks. Question by Casper: I have found a plant in my garden that hassmall spiral like [...]Read the full article →Magic Water Fountain Light at Night GardenDECEMBER 2, 2011Magic Water Fountain Light at Night Garden Image by epSos.de This magic water fountain spreads it’sglowing light at the night garden in Puerto Cruz de Tenerife. The glow of the LED lightning made this gardenwater pond to be a perfect model for a long exposure photo. The glowing stream of magic light illuminated [...]Read the full article →Japanese Tea Garden LanternDECEMBER 1, 2011Japanese Tea Garden Lantern Image by grant_loy Lantern at the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate ParkQuestion by Mike S: I want to create a Japanese garden in my backyard can anyone help, provide details andideas? I am interested in creating a Japanese garden in my backyard, but I have really no idea [...]Read the full article →Garden edgingThe right place for garden edgingLiberating More Lawnby HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 10, 2011Liberating More LawnImage by Chiot’s RunA rare wide view of my garden and the new sweeping curves after liberating even morelawn. Each year I’ve been expanding the beds in hope of this final line. Now comeboxwood hedges and a huge asparagus bed behind them.chiotsrun.com/2011/06/02/liberating-even-more-front-lawn/
  4. 4. Question by rodrrigolatino: Can chicken fly? My garden is beside Abby’s andmy chickens always walk on the edging.?I’m afraid if they fall ?Best answer:Answer by Grease Monkeyhave you seen chicken run? no? well maybe you should its educational and hilarious. andit will answer your questionGive your answer to this question below!{ Comments on this entry are closed }Liberating More Lawnby HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 9, 2011Liberating More LawnImage by Chiot’s RunA rare wide view of my garden and the new sweeping curves after liberating even morelawn. Each year I’ve been expanding the beds in hope of this final line. Now comeboxwood hedges and a huge asparagus bed behind them.chiotsrun.com/2011/06/02/liberating-even-more-front-lawn/Question by The Only: Best flowers for the edge of my garden?Hi, I live in Ohio.. I think zone 5. I’d rather not have to dig anything up in the fall. irecently dug out a small round garden, and I have a brick retention wall up. Inside arehostas, catmint, hardy glads, red king crocosmia, dill, basil and parsley. I’d like to putsomething around the edges, to sort of fill it in a bit.. preferably low maintanance, thatisn’t expensive to plant a reasonable amount of. Any suggestions? Anything else thatwould look nice with the other plants is good too, doesn’t just have to be the edge.Also a suggestion for something to go in a big planter next to a swing in my backyard.. itwill be mostly shade.Best answer:Answer by soccerstar:)i say something red:)What do you think? Answer below!{ Comments on this entry are closed }Liberating More LawnDECEMBER 8, 2011
  5. 5. Liberating More Lawn Image by Chiot’s Run A rare wide view of my garden and the new sweepingcurves after liberating even more lawn. Each year I’ve been expanding the beds in hope of this final line.Now come boxwood hedges and a huge asparagus bed behind them.chiotsrun.com/2011/06/02/liberating-even-more-front-lawn/ Question by sweetie02151: can i make[...]Read the full article →Unique Garden EdgingDECEMBER 7, 2011Unique Garden Edging Image by ShootsNikon Question by janet b: HOW TO CUT AN EDGING FORGARDEN? I have put stone edgings in my garden which are 20″ long, at the end there is a gapapproximately 10″ left at one side and 5″ on another side of the path. Can I cut these 20″ [...]Read the full article →Garden pond edgingDECEMBER 6, 2011Garden pond edging Image by Crinklecrankle.com This garden image is in copyright but publishedunder a Creative Commons License with some rights reserved: you may use it on a website if you creditthe photograph with a hyperlink to www.crinklecrankle.com/ Question by James: How do I make anatural wood stain for garden edging? I’ve [...]Read the full article →Planting edging stoneworkDECEMBER 6, 2011Planting edging stonework Image by dulcie I am so taken with this. Question by Bryan: i want to do agarden should i use plastic edging or wood edging? what kind i use ? what one do u think is bet ter???Best answer: Answer by mentalbenWhat ever is less expensive, and attractive enough for [...]Read the full article →Salt glazed garden edging in barley patternDECEMBER 4, 2011Salt glazed garden edging in barley pattern Image by Crinklecrankle.com This garden image is incopyright but published under a Creative Commons License with some rights reserved: you may use iton a website if you credit the photograph with a hyperlink to www.crinklecrankle.com/ Question byChellebelle: I put in a very small garden area [...]Read the full article →Salt glazed garden edging in barley patternDECEMBER 4, 2011Salt glazed garden edging in barley pattern Image by Crinklecrankle.com This garden image is incopyright but published under a Creative Commons License with some rights reserved: you may use iton a website if you credit the photograph with a hyperlink to www.crinklecrankle.com/ Question bybabydevilz612: the length of a rectangular garden is 3/2 [...]Read the full article →Salt glazed garden edging in barley patternDECEMBER 2, 2011
  6. 6. Salt glazed garden edging in barley pattern Image by Crinklecrankle.com This garden image is incopyright but published under a Creative Commons License with some rights reserved: you may use iton a website if you credit the photograph with a hyperlink to www.crinklecrankle.com/ Question byjane: Garden edging question? I’ve seen people’s gardens edged [...]Read the full article →Edging the FlowerbedsDECEMBER 1, 2011Edging the Flowerbeds Image by Chiot’s Run Edging the flowerbeds always makes them look neat andtidy! I fill the trench with mulch for extra neatness. www.ChiotsRun.com Question by Bryan: what kindof edging should i use for my edging in my garden. tell me in detail.? Best answer: Answer bykokochin01I used stones that [...]Read the full article →Garden FencingThe right place for garden fencingsan francisco garden fenceby HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 10, 2011san francisco garden fenceImage by pb3131San Francisco Garden FenceQuestion by Mac C: Hi can anyone suggest the best way to demolish aconcrete garden fence?The fence is in sections and held up by posts (which I would also like to remove.Additionally the fence has what looks like a wire frame/support will this cause me toomany problems? Many thanks in advanceMichaelThe fence is only waist height and about 20ft long (incase this makes a difference toanyones answers) thanks very much for the feedback so far.Best answer:
  7. 7. Answer by StevRent a jackhammer from your local Hardware store… Lowes, Home Depot, etc.Add your own answer in the comments!{ Comments on this entry are closed }Back Garden Fenceby HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 9, 2011Back Garden FenceImage by Dave Cross– Taken at 7:29 AM on June 18, 2007 – cameraphone upload by ShoZuNot what you want to see first thing in the morning. When I went to bed last night therewas a rather nice tree stump there and the fence didn’t have a massive hole in it.Investigations are under way.For more information see here.To clarify, that’s the eastern fence of our garden (our house faces approximately north)and that’s our neighbour’s garden you can see through the gap.Question by KJean: Garden fence posts – treated round or square 4×4′s?And fencing?I’m putting up a 24′ by 70′ garden fence. I have a choice between round 10 foot posts orsquare 4×4′s. Which is better? Or is there something else to look at?Also fencing, I am thinking 5 foot field fencing with 1″x2″ spaces and then single wireabove that every 10 inches with blue marking tape tied to it. We have lots of deer, rabbitsand other critters. What spacing between posts can I get away with for this type offencing? I am thinking 15 feet for fence.ThanksBest answer:Answer by Controlfreak38Most round posts are peeler cores which tend to warp a little more than 4X4′s. They bothwork pretty well. I am not certain about spacing from your description of the type offence, but it seems a little far. Unless you get a lot of tension on the wires it seems theywill sag. Most fence post spacing is more like 8 to 10 ft.Give your answer to this question below!
  8. 8. { Comments on this entry are closed }UF Lake Alice Gardens Tree Fence WatercolorDECEMBER 8, 2011UF Lake Alice Gardens Tree Fence Watercolor Image by cdsessums Question by jasmine: A small gardenis divided by a fence into two square halves as shown. The perimeter of the garden is also fenc? A smallgarden is divided by a fence into two square halves as shown. The perimeter of the garden is [...]Read the full article →Forest garden fence 2DECEMBER 7, 2011Forest garden fence 2 Image by Fluffymuppet The newly replanted forest garden, complete with newlittle fence Question by gonalendusafiva: how can i stop my 1year old white boxer from barking ateverybody passing my garden fence? hes a very loving dog,this is the only problem i have with him, assoon as anyone leans [...]Read the full article →My cat on the fence!DECEMBER 6, 2011My cat on the fence! Image by Supernan I tried to get Walshy as best I could with just his shadow whileon the garden fence. Question by gonalendusafiva: how can i stop my 1year old white boxer from barkingat everybody passing my garden fence? hes a very loving dog,this is the only problem [...]Read the full article →Fireworks over the garden fence 027DECEMBER 6, 2011Fireworks over the garden fence 027 Image by tomylees I love fireworks and I love to try to photographthem. I never have my own fireworks, we’ve always looked out of the window at the ones in the othergardens. This does have it’s dissadvantages, especially the ones that sail up high in the sky [...]Read the full article →One dove on the garden fence P1420252DECEMBER 5, 2011One dove on the garden fence P1420252 Image by tomylees One collared dove sitting on the gardenfence. Question by hoag99ie: Welded wire garden fence? Considering installing green 2″x3″ – 48″ highwelded wire garden fence. Envision using 4×4 posts (in concrete) on corners and at gate, with t-posts forsupport between that. It is [...]Read the full article →Over the Garden Fence (boy style)DECEMBER 4, 2011Over the Garden Fence (boy style) Image by OakleyOriginals This is how an 11-yr-old boy crosses overthe garden fence. Question by boyrivermn: I am looking for ideas on the best way to landscape avegetable garden fence that can be tilled up to? I don’t want to mow grass inside the fence but grass [...]Read the full article →Garden fenceDECEMBER 2, 2011
  9. 9. Garden fence Image by Steve-h A garden fence in the sunshine in Dublin. Question by Andrew O: whatare these little snail things with pincers on my garden fence? they are about 1-2cm long and have thingrey shells, when you pick one up by its shell it pops its head out and has two [...]Read the full article →garden fenceDECEMBER 1, 2011garden fence Image by pb3131 garden fence instalaltion Question by SUSAN F: Are there any health andsafety issues about how close a garden fence should be to the floor ? i have recently spent alot of moneyon a good structural fence between myself and my neighbour, but she is claiming there is an [...]Read the full article →Garden fertilizerThe right place for garden fertilizershorse manureby HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 10, 2011horse manureImage by CakesPixage raises phosphorus relative to nitrogen but also increases salts. adding 1/3 to raw soilworks good.Question by carlos g: What is the best fertilizer for potted plants and alsowhat is the best fertilizer for garden plants?Also where could I find these products at the best priceBest answer:Answer by missy39180Ostomocote indoor /outdoor, sold at walmartWhat do you think? Answer below!{ Comments on this entry are closed }Healthy spinach in a school garden (urine fertilised)by HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 9, 2011
  10. 10. Healthy spinach in a school garden (urine fertilised)Image by Sustainable sanitationChisungu School. Healthy spinach growing in a school garden using urine as fertiliser.Photo by: Peter Morgan in May 2009, Epworth-Zimbabwe.Question by Meadows Momma: Vegetable garden question about fertilizervs. planting soil??My question would be this. I am staring my vegetable garden this weekend. However Idon’t know which I should be using fertilizer or planting soil?? When I till the groundwhich of the two do I use to mix with the dirt? I am new to this whole idea and could useany helpful tips or advice.Also should I use manure??Best answer:Answer by MustangerIf by “planting soil” you mean the “potting soil” sold at nurseries and grocery stores, youdon’t want to use it in the garden. Also don’t use chemical fertilizers. Look for fish orseaweed liquid fertilizers as they are organic, contain no chemicals and are great for usein the garden. Vegetable scraps and peels, egg shells and coffee & tea grounds are greatsoil conditioners, if you run them through a blender to chop them up and then compostthem.Give your answer to this question below!{ Comments on this entry are closed }GödselDECEMBER 8, 2011Gödsel Image by hepp Me, singing in the rain… Question by bent: Is adding spent charcoal benificial asplant or garden fertilizer? Best answer: Answer by sew lawst itz knot fun-eONLY if it’s from wood, mixedin well and in small amounts. Charcoal from grill brickettes and firestarters are toxic to garden soils, anysoil [...]Read the full article →Manure1.JPGDECEMBER 7, 2011Manure1.JPG Image by Stephen Cochran Don & me loading manure into the back of the pick-up truck.Question by gguenther13: I live in Phx,AZ and I just planted red corn in a small garden what type offertilizer do i need? I have miracle grow garden soil and want to use a some what organic [...]Read the full article →Tilling7.JPGDECEMBER 6, 2011
  11. 11. Tilling7.JPG Image by Stephen Cochran Question by jasmine888: Does 10-10-10 garden fertilizer workto melt ice? I did an online search for a product to melt ice on roofs & sidewalks. Some sites said 10-10-10 worked good without the damage that rock salt does. Has anyone tried this? Best answer: Answer byJust guessingIt will [...]Read the full article →Manure3.JPGDECEMBER 5, 2011Manure3.JPG Image by Stephen Cochran Question by Sweet!: What is the best kind of fertilizer for avegitable garden. The greener the better.? I am going to plan a small vegetable garden for the first timethis year. There are so many types of fertilizer i don’t even know how to start to narrow down [...]Read the full article →Tilling8.JPGDECEMBER 4, 2011Tilling8.JPG Image by Stephen Cochran Question by Brent W: are liquified vegetable and fruit peals andrinds good garden fertilizer? Best answer: Answer by diva botanicaYes, but they need to be compostedfirst. If you put them directly on your plants before they compost, you could “burn” them from all themicrobial activity as they [...]Read the full article →Tilling4.JPGDECEMBER 3, 2011Tilling4.JPG Image by Stephen Cochran Question by ladydaisy: Did I hear somewhere that fireplaceashes are good for garden fertilizer? Best answer: Answer by Wizard’s Living GrimoireIt sure is as longas it is used correctly. http://www.emmitsburg.net/gardens/articles/frederick/2004/ashes.htm Knowbetter? Leave your own answer in the comments!Read the full article →Manure2.JPGDECEMBER 3, 2011Manure2.JPG Image by Stephen Cochran Question by pwhyte888: Can fertilizer in garden make yousick? I put 19-19-19 fertilizer on my garden and then put weed preventer on, planted on my knees andthe next day got very ill. Slept for 2 days, was nausas, dizzy, feverish and had diahrea. Figured it was theflu, [...]Read the full article →Tilling6.JPGDECEMBER 1, 2011Tilling6.JPG Image by Stephen Cochran Question by JamesHowlett: how do i use Urea in my garden asa fertilizer? I’m a garden noob and I know you can use Urea as a fertilizer but I don’t know how to goabout it. Do I sprinkle it on top, dilute it in water in a specific [...]Read the full article →
  12. 12. Garden fountainThe right fountain for gardengarden hoseby HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 10, 2011garden hoseImage by peterkeepitrealQuestion by Noel B: How to loosen a rusted garden hose?My garden hose is stuck in the faucet and won’t unscrew. I tried CLR Lime remover but itdid not work? AnY SUGGESTIONS?Best answer:Answer by Ginny HPour boiling water on it and use a wrench.Add your own answer in the comments!{ Comments on this entry are closed }Garden Hoseby HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 9, 2011Garden HoseImage by Thomas HawkQuestion by fishbone: How do I calculate my garden hose PSI?I want to purchase a pond vacuum which requires about 40 PSI. I don’t need an EXACTmeasurement, just something to go by. The garden hose is a standard type, half an inchdiameter, about 50 feet long on a slight incline and I’ve measured the water flow to beabout 10 to 12 gallons per minute.Best answer:
  13. 13. Answer by RayIf you are really looking a 40 psig of positive pressure in a 1/2″ -3/4″ garden hose, Ibelieve you will be well within the design working range. There is no way to calculate sucha working pressure from the information at hand. In general smaller diameter pipe andtubing ace will handle much higher pressures than larger tubing of the sameconstruction.About the vacuum, you can only achieve about 15 psig of vacuum with any system (onEarth). Just as with positive pressure, small diameters are less likely to collapse undervacuum than larger. Even a 5/8 -3/4″ hose would probably be fine for the maximumattainable vacuum of ( -) 15 psig.Give your answer to this question below!{ Comments on this entry are closed }Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain: toward the northDECEMBER 8, 2011Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain: toward the north Image by Penn State Libraries PicturesCollection Title: Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain Other title: Dumbarton Oaks Gardens(Washington, D.C.) Creator: Farrand, Beatrix, 1872-1959; Hopkins, Alden, 1905-1961 Creator role:Landscape Architect Date: 1932 (constructed) 1958 (redesigned by Hopkins) Current location:Washington, District of Columbia, United States Description [...]Read the full article →Garden HoseDECEMBER 7, 2011Garden Hose Image by sirwiseowl Question by Teri: Are the garden hose quick connects universal or doI have to buy all the same brand? I recently bought a couple garden hose quick connect setups and now Iwould like to add a couple more but the store it out for the season? Are they [...]Read the full article →Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain: detailDECEMBER 6, 2011Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain: detail Image by Penn State Libraries Pictures CollectionTitle: Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain hose. Other title: Dumbarton Oaks Gardens(Washington, D.C.) Creator: Farrand, Beatrix, 1872-1959; Hopkins, Alden, 1905-1961 Creator role:Landscape Architect Date: 1932 (constructed) 1958 (redesigned by Hopkins) circa 1965 (plannedmodification by Farrand) Current location: Washington, District of [...]Read the full article →garden hose coversDECEMBER 5, 2011garden hose covers Image by _cheryl garden shed, alma de mujeres center for social change, austin, txQuestion by somsone: How does a garden hose hold water pressure when it’s turned on? Say you have agarden hose and it’s turned on but it has a hand sprayer nozzle on the one end on the [...]
  14. 14. Read the full article →Garden HoseDECEMBER 5, 2011Garden Hose Image by MoHotta18 A Photo a Day – June 30, 2010. We’ve got one of those curly no kinkgarden hoses. I wondered what it would look like shot from inside. Then I wondered what it would looklike in black and white. Meh. Question by Tom: Where can I get a garden [...]Read the full article →Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain: detailDECEMBER 4, 2011Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain: detail Image by Penn State Libraries Pictures CollectionTitle: Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain Other title: Dumbarton Oaks Gardens (Washington,D.C.) Creator: Farrand, Beatrix, 1872-1959 Creator role: Landscape Architect Date: 1932 (constructed)1958 (redesigned by Hopkins) circa 1965 (planned modification by Farrand) Current location:Washington, District of Columbia, United States [...]Read the full article →Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain: detailDECEMBER 2, 2011Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain: detail Image by Penn State Libraries Pictures CollectionTitle: Dumbarton Oaks Gardens: Ellipse: Fountain Other title: Dumbarton Oaks Gardens (Washington,D.C.) Creator: Farrand, Beatrix, 1872-1959; Hopkins, Alden, 1905-1961 Creator role: LandscapeArchitect Date: 1932 (constructed) 1958 (redesigned by Hopkins) circa 1965 (planned modification byFarrand) Current location: Washington, District of [...]Read the full article →B&W Garden HosesDECEMBER 1, 2011B&W Garden Hoses Image by amaidment1980 A closeup of our garden hoses in B&W Question by Aish:How to increase pressure when splitting garden hose? I would like to water my front and backyard at thesame time. I have to garden hoses and would to connect them to one spigot. I tried it with [...]Read the full article →
  15. 15. Garden furnitureThe right place for garden furnitureRetro garden chairs at Vancouver Specialby HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 10, 2011Retro garden chairs at Vancouver SpecialImage by Christine RondeauQuestion by NEIL P: Do I need to cover my teak garden furniture when notbeing used?Best answer:Answer by idontknonoGive your answer to this question below!{ Comments on this entry are closed }Refurbed Garden Furnitureby HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 9, 2011Refurbed Garden FurnitureImage by amandabhslaterWith extreme bargain parasol!Question by lynn: Does anybody remember the name of that guy who built acastle and garden furniture entirely out of stone?with no visible means of lifting the stone? Nobody ever saw him working, but the workwas completed. I believed he lived in the 20′s or 30′s. I don’t know what state he lived in.ThanksBest answer:Answer by ThoughtEdward Leedskalnin was the one who built the Coral Castle and did so, to the best hecould, without others observing him. Though there are some who say that he DID havevisable means of lifting the stone.Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!
  16. 16. { Comments on this entry are closed }Garden table, two chairs and stool setDECEMBER 8, 2011Garden table, two chairs and stool set Image by Helen Nock 80 cm dia table and seating in Delaboleslate, Orsoni Smalti. stained glass and glass cabs on traditionally forged iron furniture bases: table base,Spiral backed dining chairs and stool. Wrought iron work hot dipped in Zinc , stained and lacquered.www.helen-nock.co.uk Question by [...]Read the full article →Garden sun loungerDECEMBER 7, 2011Garden sun lounger Image by Crinklecrankle.com This garden sun lounger image is in copyright butpublished under a Creative Commons License with some rights reserved: you may use it on a website ifyou credit the photograph with a hyperlink to www.crinklecrankle.com/ Question by lloyd w: Is it betterto buy teak garden furniture rather [...]Read the full article →Garden furnitureDECEMBER 6, 2011Garden furniture Image by angies – Taken at 7:04 PM on June 19, 2007 – cameraphone upload byShoZu Question by buddy-luv: Where does the Hilton Garden Inn get their furniture and bathroomcounters and shower and floor tiles.? I stayed at the Hilton Garden Inn in Manhatten, and i really likedtheir furniture and [...]Read the full article →GARDEN WORLDDECEMBER 5, 2011GARDEN WORLD Image by Liqueur Felix Liqueur explore ancient world … photograg taken atGARDEN WORLD, garden furniture and plants shop. Posted by Second Life Resident Liqueur Felix.Visit GARDEN WORLD. Question by Rebecca: How can I keep my new teak garden furniture looking itsbest? Best answer: Answer by outdoorexpert1The only maintenance your furniture [...]Read the full article →Garden Furniture in StoneDECEMBER 4, 2011Garden Furniture in Stone Image by Stirling StoneWorks International Stirling cast stone fireplaces,columns, window, door and sculptural elements can easily be aged and glazed to match any decor, orwall finish in your residence. Garden landscape elements, poolside pergolas, arbors, benches andfountains are shipped to our clients nationwide everyday. Stirlingstoneworks.com Question by Jazz: [...]Read the full article →Bench in Double-walled GardenDECEMBER 3, 2011Bench in Double-walled Garden Image by Charles Stirton National Botanic Garden of Wales 23 June2003 Question by bridezilla: What can I use to clean white garden furniture? Best answer: Answer byel.tucopressure washer Add your own answer in the comments!
  17. 17. Read the full article →Glass garden furnitureDECEMBER 3, 2011Glass garden furniture Image by Crinklecrankle.com This garden design image is in copyright butpublished under a Creative Commons License with some rights reserved: you may use it on a website ifyou credit the photograph with a hyperlink to www.crinklecrankle.com/ Question by Joe: I’m want tobuy a garden furniture set, but I don’t [...]Read the full article →Waggon wheel garden benchDECEMBER 1, 2011Waggon wheel garden bench Image by Crinklecrankle.com This garden furniture image is in copyrightbut published under a Creative Commons License with some rights reserved: you may use it on a websiteif you credit the photograph with a hyperlink to www.crinklecrankle.com/ Question by didi: my Englishmastiff wont stop eating my new garden furniture [...]Read the full article →Outdoor GardenHelp to find the right equipment for gardenMorning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, top tier) 14by MEI R RI VLI N on DECEMBER 11, 2011[ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, top tier) 14Image by Nic’s eventsTrillium and Bloodroot in bloom at Morning Sky GreeneryThis is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally called to say thatthe Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spentabout an hour shooting in the early morning. I then went back that evening to try to catchsome outdoor shots, but some clouds had come in and the light was really flat. I did get alot of equipment shots in the second greenhouse, however, with an emphasis on emptypots. I probably spent half an hour on those.After removing the obviously broken photos, I’ve divided them into two groups: The"better" shots (in my opinion) (this set) and the rest.
  18. 18. Sally, et al, should go through these and identify photos that they like/think they can use.Please also tell me when there are gaps or styles that you need and which are missing. Itend to shoot a very particular way when left to my own devices (lots of close-ups, forexample), and if you need something else definitely speak up!I’ve spent most of two hours moving today’s photos to the computer, filtering out theobviously broken shots, and uploading the rest to Flickr for Sally to look at.South Hadley to hire contractors to speed tree debris clean-upSOUTH HADLEY – The Department of Public Works has been cleaning up tree debrissince the October snowstorm, and on Tuesday the Selectboard gave DPW director JimReidy the go-ahead to hire additional manpower and equipment to continue the job aswinter …Read more on MassLive.com{ Comments on this entry are closed }Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, top tier) 13by MEI R RI VLI N on DECEMBER 10, 2011[ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, top tier) 13Image by Nic’s eventsTrillium and Bloodroot in bloom at Morning Sky GreeneryThis is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally called to say thatthe Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spentabout an hour shooting in the early morning. I then went back that evening to try to catchsome outdoor garden shots, but some clouds had come in and the light was really flat. Idid get a lot of equipment shots in the second greenhouse, however, with an emphasis onempty pots. I probably spent half an hour on those.After removing the obviously broken photos, I’ve divided them into two groups: The"better" shots (in my opinion) (this set) and the rest.Sally, et al, should go through these and identify photos that they like/think they can use.Please also tell me when there are gaps or styles that you need and which are missing. I
  19. 19. tend to shoot a very particular way when left to my own devices (lots of close-ups, forexample), and if you need something else definitely speak up!I’ve spent most of two hours moving today’s photos to the computer, filtering out theobviously broken shots, and uploading the rest to Flickr for Sally to look at.{ Comments on this entry are closed }Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, top tier) 43DECEMBER 9, 2011 [ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, top tier) 43 Image by Nic’s events Trillium and Bloodroot in bloomat Morning Sky Greenery This is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally calledto say that the Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spent about[...]Read the full article →Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 37DECEMBER 8, 2011 [ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 37 Image by Nic’s events Trillium and Bloodroot in bloom atMorning Sky Greenery This is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally called tosay that the Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spent aboutan [...]Read the full article →Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 34DECEMBER 6, 2011 [ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 34 Image by Nic’s events Trillium and Bloodroot in bloom atMorning Sky Greenery This is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally called tosay that the Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spent aboutan [...]Read the full article →Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 27DECEMBER 6, 2011 [ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 27 Image by Nic’s events Trillium and Bloodroot in bloom atMorning Sky Greenery This is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally called tosay that the Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spent aboutan [...]Read the full article →Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 29DECEMBER 5, 2011 [ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 29 Image by Nic’s events Trillium and Bloodroot in bloom atMorning Sky Greenery This is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally called to
  20. 20. say that the Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spent aboutan [...]Read the full article →Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 32DECEMBER 4, 2011 [ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 32 Image by Nic’s events Trillium and Bloodroot in bloom atMorning Sky Greenery This is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally called tosay that the Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spent aboutan [...]Read the full article →Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 25DECEMBER 3, 2011 [ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 25 Image by Nic’s events Trillium and Bloodroot in bloom atMorning Sky Greenery This is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally called tosay that the Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spent aboutan [...]Read the full article →Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 24DECEMBER 3, 2011 [ EDI T]Morning Sky Greenery (2009-04-15, rest) 24 Image by Nic’s events Trillium and Bloodroot in bloom atMorning Sky Greenery This is my first batch of 2009 photos from Morning Sky Greenery. Sally called tosay that the Trillium and Bloodroot were in bloom and wouldn’t last long, so I ran out and spent aboutan [...]Read the full article →

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