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  1. 1. Garden LawnmowerGardening and Landscaping at Your Fingertips Home Privacy Policy Contact Garden Landscaping Design Video RSS Outdoor Lawn Ornaments Categories Posted on February 15, 2012 by Mr.Green 16 comments Leave a comment Best Ride on Lawn Mowers 2012 Best Zero Turn Mowers For 2012 Creat beautiful outdoor with Garden statues and ornaments To decorate your garden not a difficult task today using some Garden statues and English country garden sheds ornaments you can easily transform the looks of the garden. You can find the wide Garden range of garden statues and ornaments to choose from. To decorate your garden can be Gazebo the most exciting work for you. Garden is always the best place to relax and meditate. Gazebo Replacement Canopy So the looks and the feel of the garden really matters. There has got to be a space in Green House your outdoor dcor or the garden, you have been dying to do something the look and feel. Hemp Canopy Tents The versatility they bring to any lawn and garden makes them easy to use as Garden Lawn Mower statues and ornaments. With the many different sizes, colors and themes provided you Leathermen the idea for the gifts. Having a home and stunning garden is a dream for everyone. Shovel Once that becomes a reality how to transform the looks it becomes a concern, with all Recent Posts the different options available in the market to choose the perfect ornaments. Garden statues and ornaments Stones can do a whole lot to your lawn and garden. When planning a garden makeover, consider using Garden Trowel Garden statues and ornaments.They come in much different style, shapes, sizes and colors. Here you will Pop Up Gazebo Canopy learn of different kinds of Garden statues and ornaments to incorporate those and garden stones in your Patio Cushions garden or backyard to enhance your garden looks. There may at the most be some sitting arrangements in Replacement Canopy 10 X 20 your outdoor area.Some may think about adding garden ornaments and accessories such as a fountain or Patio Dining Sets statues but that is all. However, there is more to it than just that. Garden statues and ornaments are considered to be the most popular these days because these are the Recent Comments
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  3. 3. Categories: Garden | Tags: outdoor lawn ornaments Outdoor Patio Chairs Greenhouses To Buy16 Responses to “Outdoor Lawn Ornaments” JNT Reply February 20, 2012 at 2:04 am Where can I find this lawn ordament? http://www.lawnornamentsandfountains.com/browseproducts/Fishing-Boy-Poly-Resin-Outdoor-Lawn-Ornament—H– 15-.HTML
  4. 4. I want this lawn ordament but cannot find it as an african american. I saw one years ago so I know they make one. rscottx2 Reply February 25, 2012 at 10:50 am A black kid fishing might not be politically correct these days. Like the lawn jockey a few years back. Everyone was painting the face pink until the learned the history of Geo. Washington’s jockey. RScott Ms. M Mouse Reply February 21, 2012 at 10:52 amHow to keep neighbor away from Party?My next door neighbor, who is only 8 years old, is good at messing up things whenever my friends are over at myhouse. She has gained a bad reputation with me, my friends, and my parents. If or when I have my Alice InWonderland Outdoor Valentines Day party, she will probably ride over on her scooter, dressed up as Alice or theCheshire Cat, (If she is told that it’s a costume party) and she’ll want to come and join the party. I’ve had severalparties before, and most of them have been ruined by her. Countless sleepovers and friend visits have been ruinedby her. Here are some examples of what she’s done:She turned on our water hose and threw water balloons at us, and my friends ended up going home wet in clothesthey weren’t supposed to mess up.My friends have had their feelings hurt because she called them “Fat” or said something else ugly.My parents always tell me that she’s a little girl and doesn’t mean it, but she’s really upset us and my friends don’t likeher. I figured a few ways to get her away from the party:Don’t even tell her about the party.If she shows up during the party chase her away with Flamingo Lawn ornaments while we’re playing WonderlandCroquet.She will probably realize it’s a party when cars pull up to the house, but I’m still not sure how to keep her away! Pleasehelp.I’m not sure she’ll believe we’re sick, and I don’t have the money to bribe her. Anonymous Reply March 3, 2012 at 7:09 am So your friends actually care what an 8 year old says? I’d tell her to go home and that she isn’t welcome at your
  5. 5. house. Threaten to call the fuzz if she don’t go home with her Barbie scooter. Problem solved. Lizzie Reply February 21, 2012 at 4:06 pmHow to install/plug in outdoor Christmas lights without an outdoor outlet?This is the first year I’ll be decorating outdoors. I live in a townhouse style apartment but I’ll only be decorating the firstfloor. A few of my neighbors have already put lights up and their extension cords run through their doors or windows.Is this an okay method? I plan on buying a light socket adapter with two outlets for my porch light. I can plug two lightsets into that but I’ll still need an extension cord for the lawn lights and ornaments. There isn’t an outlet on theapartment exterior so how should I go about this? Any suggestions and/or tips are greatly appreciated. Thanks andhappy holidays.@thedonkey, Great and helpful answer. Thanks! Anonymous Reply March 11, 2012 at 9:16 am You can either run a power strip off the porch light outlet adapter or you can run the cord out of the window by using some insulation/weather stripping (which u can buy at home depot or something) or simply by laying an old towel down inside the sill so that the window can close most of the way and you aren’t losing heat. The downside to doing this is the lack of security, I would recommend that you unplug it and remove the cord each time u leave the house. LOVE is a GSD *account hacked* Reply February 23, 2012 at 2:13 amWhy do people keep their dogs outside?I am looking for some reasonable excuses. Because honestly, I have never understood this practice.Dogs, like their ancestors the wolves, are pack animals. In the wild, wolves are with their packs 24/7. Of course thereis the occasional lone wolf, but they are usually searching for new pack members. In captivity, dogs are just as eagerfor a pack as their cousins the wolf. Their pack, which is us, humans. It is mentally cruel, IMHO, to keep a dog awayfrom their pack. Especially if they are kept alone outside without even another dog. Sure, you MAY give your dog 1-2hours of attention a day, but compare that to the 12 hours your dog could spend laying next to you or under your feet,and that 2 hours is nothing.
  6. 6. If you are only going to keep your dog outside, why don’t you get a lawn ornament instead??So honestly, that is my opinion. I don’t understand why people keep their dogs outside. If you keep your dog outside,why? What is your valid excuse?BTW, working dogs, I’m a little more leniant on. Sure, a K9 officer may kennel his dog in outdoor runs at night, but thisis also an animal that goes to work with this officer every single day. Officers usually have 10-12 hour shifts. SO, thatlittle time spent kenneled outside is nothing.EDIT: Maybe people have excuses like “the dog is too big for the house” (I have a 90lb shepherd and a pup that will be100+lbs in a small 2 bedroom house that has a decent sized yard. We manage), “my parents don’t like dogs inside”,“Im allergic”, “the dog gets dirty, and we don’t want the house dirty”… If you have excuses like these, which in my mindaren’t really valid, why did you get a dog in the first place?? In my mind, dog’s don’t just need a couple hours of playand attention. They thrive on just being next to you. Laying in the same room, sleeping at the foot of your bed at night.Jack Shmitt, that is totally understandable. Our Husky was the same way. In the winter timer, you could not keep thatdog inside. He would sit at the door whining to go outside constantly Lorna W Reply March 2, 2012 at 11:12 am Outside dogs who insist on outside is one matter, but in places where weather gets down to -30 degrees, a shelter is not going to keep the dog from frostbite. I’m for companion dogs. I like my dogs with me and they seem to like it as well, When one has “pets”, they’re part of the family, and I wouldn’t leave my child out in 30 below weather, two-legged or four legged. Lizzie Reply February 23, 2012 at 5:08 pmHow to install/plug in outdoor Christmas lights without an outdoor outlet?This is the first year I’ll be decorating outdoors. I live in a townhouse style apartment but I’ll only be decorating the firstfloor. A few of my neighbors have already put lights up and their extension cords run through their doors or windows.Is this an okay method? I plan on buying a light socket adapter with two outlets for my porch light. I can plug two lightsets into that but I’ll still need an extension cord for the lawn lights and ornaments. There isn’t an outlet on theapartment exterior so how should I go about this? Any suggestions and/or tips are greatly appreciated. Thanks andhappy holidays.
  7. 7. @lime_dude, Yes, I know. Should I just have the extension cord run through my window? lime_dude Reply March 5, 2012 at 9:31 pm Extension cords Chickka Reply February 25, 2012 at 6:11 amHelp me with a business name!?Can anyone help me create a name for a business that sells.Lawnie: water fountains; lawn ornaments; wooden swings; benches; hammocks; bird bathsHome Decor’shelves; wine racks; candles; tables; lampsPersonallotions; gift baskets; makeup; est.Householdcoffee maker; pots and pans; blankets; est.We also have a variety of different camping and outdoor supplies.I am stuck….. I have been thinking for about 2 weeks now and I can’t come up with anything…We are selling to businesses so I would really like to come up with something catchy and professional. Thanks. BL Reply March 3, 2012 at 3:08 am Are you starting a business from a catalog? It sounds fairly eclectic. If you want your name to help sell, you need to specialize in a certain area. Something like want you have can be named after anything. …Monkey Business with
  8. 8. a logo of a monkey. Shortydeb Reply February 26, 2012 at 9:36 pmI have an outdoor santa lawn ornament..is it ok to use a regular light bulb in it? it does not have one..i hav?i have 40watt bulbs….reg onesit is an older ornament and all is says is to use type A lightbullbs Anonymous Reply March 9, 2012 at 5:11 am just use one the new flouresent bulbs they do not get hot and they give off a lot of light for with less useage of eleti=ricity than a standard bulb i have them all through my house i n a couple of places that we dont use much a reguluar bulb would last about a year then blow ….i dated them when i put them in they have been here for over three years and they are still good the ones we use a lot just went out they where over two years old they are great you pay a little more for them butthey are worth it i think sunnydays Reply March 2, 2012 at 11:11 pmWant to start my own Landscaping Business But not sure how to do that?I have been told by many that my work is very beautiful and that I should go into business for myself. I love to designyards and I feel I am very good at it. I have never had my own business before so I really don’t even know where tostart. Do I need a licence for this? When and If I did start do I pay for all the lawn design and then charge them for itafterwards? How much does ones usually charge for something like this? I know it cost me a pretty penny to do myown yard.LOL Plus all the time I had into it. I built my own ponds, bridges, flower pots, Large and small driftwooddecor, painted what ever needed to be painted, had several decor water pumps running, Large stumps of wood forsome of the water decor pumps to sit on. I halled in lava rocks, river rocks, large bolder rocks for design, many flowerplants, wind chimes, tie kie torches, indoor outdoor rope lights that swirled through the ground plants, groundornaments, ground lights, green viens through the back fencing,ect Supercell Reply March 7, 2012 at 7:47 am
  9. 9. Well, do you you want to design yards, or have a landscaping business?? A landscaping business needs quite a few pieces of machinery, to mow, take down old trees, trucks, etc. Maybe you could call some landscaping companies, and see if they have a “design” person, that would meet with the homeowners, and go over what needs to be planted where, etc. I do not know if they have a person, or if they are just designers in general. I am not in landscaping, just offering some ideas. Hope that helped, and good luck.Leave a Reply Name * Email* Website Post Comment (Ctrl + Enter)© Garden Lawnmower. Proudly Powered by WordPress | Nest Theme by YChong