Sunday, June 22, 2008

Planting in the community garden

by Daniel

We've planted in the community garden. We planted cauliflower and cabbage it was fun. They were kind and they showed us how to plant them. There were also ants. Biting ones. They hurt. Besides that we haven't really planted very much.

1 comment:

Michael said...

For a basic topiary design to add to your formal garden, try using techniques to coax smooth curves in your hedges, helping the shape of your garden to flow. Or, if you still have something that's got a lot of right angles and corners, start growing shapes at the corners to add decoration; think of the ornaments you see at the corners on fancy staircases and molding in structural Garden design.
By incorporating topiary into your formal garden design, you can take basic lines and create art, all adding up to a good-looking, green space in your home.
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1) The Bookstore - there are books on every topic, and they are typically more complete than the internet

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3) Local stores - employees at specialty stores can be very helpful