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ATENÇÃO! ÚLTIMOS DIAS PARA FAZER SUA INSCRIÇÃO! Data: 28,29 e 30 de abril de 2011. Três dias – quinta a sábado – das 09:00 h às 12:30 h e das 14:00 h às 18:00 h Carga horária: 22 horas aula Local: Auditório do CREA-SC  Rod. Admar Gonzaga – Itacorubi – Florianópolis- SC. SUMÁRIO Primeira Parte: …

ATENÇÃO! ÚLTIMOS DIAS PARA FAZER SUA INSCRIÇÃO! Data: 28,29 e 30 de abril de 2011. Três dias – quinta a sábado – das 09:00 h às 12:30 h e das 14:00 h às 18:00 h Carga horária: 22 horas aula Local: Auditório do CREA-SC Rod. Admar Gonzaga – Itacorubi – Florianópolis- SC. SUMÁRIO Primeira Parte: …

Kristina Shevory writes in the New York Times that living walls are becoming increasingly popular in homes. "Avid and aspiring gardeners, frustrated with little outdoor space, are

Living Walls go Mainstream, Hit the Homes Sections

Kristina Shevory writes in the New York Times that living walls are becoming increasingly popular in homes. "Avid and aspiring gardeners, frustrated with little outdoor space, are

slate pavers with stone. Could be better with crushed shells in between for greater contrast. Would need a little leveling and weed guard.

slate pavers with stone. Could be better with crushed shells in between for greater contrast. Would need a little leveling and weed guard.

Spilled Wine® Weigela Wine & Roses® weigela has been a garden classic since we introduced it over 10 years ago. Have you tried its little sister, Spilled Wine®? Both have that luscious dark purple foliage that contrasts so beautifully with the pink flowers and are easy to grow, deer resistant shrubs that bloom in late spring. But Spilled Wine® is just 2-3 feet tall, making it ideally suited to perennial beds, the edge of foundation plantings, or any landscape need.

Spilled Wine® Weigela Wine & Roses® weigela has been a garden classic since we introduced it over 10 years ago. Have you tried its little sister, Spilled Wine®? Both have that luscious dark purple foliage that contrasts so beautifully with the pink flowers and are easy to grow, deer resistant shrubs that bloom in late spring. But Spilled Wine® is just 2-3 feet tall, making it ideally suited to perennial beds, the edge of foundation plantings, or any landscape need.

NINEBARK - LITTLE DEVIL In spring, apply a mulch of well rotted manure or compost to the base of the plant. After flowering, cut back the flowered shoots to a healthy pair of buds, unless seedheads are required for late season interest. Physocarpus opulifolius tolerates fairly hard pruning and may be cut back by half every few years to maintain a smaller size. On mature plants cut back about one quarter to one fifth of the oldest shoots to their base, to promote strong new growth.

NINEBARK - LITTLE DEVIL In spring, apply a mulch of well rotted manure or compost to the base of the plant. After flowering, cut back the flowered shoots to a healthy pair of buds, unless seedheads are required for late season interest. Physocarpus opulifolius tolerates fairly hard pruning and may be cut back by half every few years to maintain a smaller size. On mature plants cut back about one quarter to one fifth of the oldest shoots to their base, to promote strong new growth.

Prepare yourself for Saks Fifth Avenue’s deliciously wacky and totally indulgent holiday windows, which riff on the “The Nutcracker” ballet. Titled “Land of 1,000 Delights,” the various scenes reinvent characters from the classic story—though little Clara, clad in a pink tulle skirt and holding a frosted cake, looks more 'Marie Antoinette' than 'wonderstruck child'—and the crowned Mouse King bounds along in a sleigh with his red-eyed minions. The otherworldly landscapes are populated by…

The 10 Best Christmas Window Displays of 2016

Prepare yourself for Saks Fifth Avenue’s deliciously wacky and totally indulgent holiday windows, which riff on the “The Nutcracker” ballet. Titled “Land of 1,000 Delights,” the various scenes reinvent characters from the classic story—though little Clara, clad in a pink tulle skirt and holding a frosted cake, looks more 'Marie Antoinette' than 'wonderstruck child'—and the crowned Mouse King bounds along in a sleigh with his red-eyed minions. The otherworldly landscapes are populated by…

Little Hercules!    Massive power in a Small package!!  All the same amazing features as our full size Pull Wagon!     All aluminum welded, solid deck pull wagon with drain holes. Pivoting front wheels & axle provide "fifth wheel" steering for tight turns & easy maneuverability.  10.5” 4-ply pneumatic rubber tread tires easily roll over all terrains, even sandy beaches, weighs only 30lbs. with a  load capacity of 400lbs.  Perfect for fishing, the beach, docks and marinas the 20" by 36" x…

Little Hercules! Massive power in a Small package!! All the same amazing features as our full size Pull Wagon! All aluminum welded, solid deck pull wagon with drain holes. Pivoting front wheels & axle provide "fifth wheel" steering for tight turns & easy maneuverability. 10.5” 4-ply pneumatic rubber tread tires easily roll over all terrains, even sandy beaches, weighs only 30lbs. with a load capacity of 400lbs. Perfect for fishing, the beach, docks and marinas the 20" by 36" x…

Columnar. Narrow, columnar trees, such as these Alaskan cedars,zones 4-8, provide height where it is needed most, lifting the eye to fill out a garden vignette. Columnar trees generally take up little square footage, which is a bonus in small gardens. Columnar trees can also be used to mimic architectural columns to frame front entryways for added emphasis.Recommended: Alaskan cedars, (‘Van Den Akker’ is the narrowest); columnar Norway spruce , zones 2-8; & Degroot’s Spire arborvitae, zones…

Columnar. Narrow, columnar trees, such as these Alaskan cedars,zones 4-8, provide height where it is needed most, lifting the eye to fill out a garden vignette. Columnar trees generally take up little square footage, which is a bonus in small gardens. Columnar trees can also be used to mimic architectural columns to frame front entryways for added emphasis.Recommended: Alaskan cedars, (‘Van Den Akker’ is the narrowest); columnar Norway spruce , zones 2-8; & Degroot’s Spire arborvitae, zones…

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