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15 Apr 2007

Garden Art – Lizard

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Garden Art – Lizard

This was given me a few years ago by my nephew. It still occassionally makes me take a second look.

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  5. […] This was given me a few years ago by my nephew. It still occassionally makes me take a second look. Given the cold weather we’ve had lately, I didn’t think I’d have much to show for this month’s edition of Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day. I was happy to discover each little … Otherwise I would not have noticed the … cdavies 2007. But the spring flowers in my garden are coming along just fine. You can see from the water on the leaves that the weather was not all that great for walking around the garden to see what was blooming, but I’m glad I “toughed it out” and went out there anyway. Garden Art – Lizard. While some commenters did point out that permaculture can be utilized way beyond food production systems (it is a big influence on the … Photo – Korean Garden Detail – International Peace Garden Salt Lake City. When we covered the concept of Permaculture here, Warren described it as biomimicry for food . rest of article… […]

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  7. […] This was given me a few years ago by my nephew. Given the cold weather we’ve had lately, I didn’t think I’d have much to show for this month’s edition of Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day. But the spring flowers in my garden are coming along just fine. You can see from the water on the leaves that the weather was not all that great for walking around the garden to see what was blooming, but I’m glad I “toughed it out” and went out there anyway. While some commenters did point out that permaculture can be utilized way beyond food production systems (it is a big influence on the … I was happy to discover each little … Garden Art – Lizard. When we covered the concept of Permaculture here, Warren described it as biomimicry for food . cdavies 2007. It still occassionally makes me take a second look. Otherwise I would not have noticed the … Photo – Korean Garden Detail – International Peace Garden Salt Lake City. continue here… […]

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  8. […] This was given me a few years ago by my nephew. Given the cold weather we’ve had lately, I didn’t think I’d have much to show for this month’s edition of Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day. But the spring flowers in my garden are coming along just fine. You can see from the water on the leaves that the weather was not all that great for walking around the garden to see what was blooming, but I’m glad I “toughed it out” and went out there anyway. While some commenters did point out that permaculture can be utilized way beyond food production systems (it is a big influence on the … I was happy to discover each little … Garden Art – Lizard. When we covered the concept of Permaculture here, Warren described it as biomimicry for food . cdavies 2007. It still occassionally makes me take a second look. Otherwise I would not have noticed the … Photo – Korean Garden Detail – International Peace Garden Salt Lake City. read on… […]

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  9. Someone hung a rubber snake in the orchid room of the local greenhouse. I still jump every time, too.

    Comment by Jenny F. — 16 Apr 2007 @ 11:51 am


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