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I got Jill Brown, ASLA, LEED AP BD+C to do a plan
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Garden house?
From: www.domeconnectors.com
Priority: Can't live without it
Added: 2018-04-16 by another contributor

BCP Wooden Raised Vegetable Garden Bed Patio Backyard Grow Flowers Elevated Planter - Walmart.com
From: www.walmart.com
Price: $46.69
Added: 2017-08-12 by another contributor
Number wanted: 3
3 purchased
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Water harvesting
From: www.tijerasrainbarrels.com
Added: 2017-03-11 by another contributor
I have one rain barrel. I want a few more.

Fruit near branch
Added: 2017-02-18 by another contributor
Prune to encourage fruit near the weight bearing branch

Pruning peach tree
Added: 2017-02-18 by another contributor
Thin then head. Leave some outer so light filters. Make hole for picking. Thinning to reduce weight. Also look for little ones to replace bigger branches. Coarse to fine.

Felco sharpener
Added: 2017-02-18 by another contributor
Hida tools. Online

Pruning with Corva Rose
Added: 2017-02-18 by another contributor
Different plan for stone vs cherry

Orchard ladder
Added: 2017-02-18 by another contributor
Meares tools

Steps
Added: 2016-11-07 by another contributor
I am recommending that you replace all the existing grass in your backyard. This will allow your yard to be native, use less water to keep grass alive but still give you the look of a low tidy grass. I am recommending a stair stepped approach to the grasses. The lowest grass at 6" would be buffalo grass. The next at 12-18" would be blue grama grass and the highest grass area would be 24"-36". This would be a mix of foraging plants. I am listing them out below. Indian Ricegrass, Oryzopsis hymenoides Sideoats grama, Bouteloua curtipendula Sand Lovegrass, Eragrostis tricodes Goldenrod, Solidago canadensis White Aster, aster ericoides Ironweed, Veronia marginata Prairie Sage, Artemisia Purple coneflower, echinacea purpurea Milkweed, Asclepias syriaca

Pinterest board
Added: 2016-11-07 by another contributor
I don't feel like signing in today! Wahhhh!

WaterWise Landscapes
From: waterwiselandscapesnm.com
Added: 2016-11-07 by another contributor
Contact Jackie: 505.344.7508

Territorial Landscape Co.
From: www.territorial-landscape.com
Added: 2016-11-07 by another contributor
505.898.9199/ Contact Tom Rael