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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by White Gardens, Apr 28, 2009.
Wow nick as again real nice work.it looks great.turned out real nice.
i woulda went a lil larger on plant material...looks tiny compared to the building
It was all a matter of budget.
Wow, first real rain we've had in almost 6 weeks. It's been pretty dry here this year, a far cry from the wet weather we've had for the past 3 years.
It's amazing how a little rain can make a huge difference in attitude.
Been a while since I've updated my thread.
Super busy with plowing and I'm already getting burned out. 3 storms in just under 2 weeks. The 3rd storm is set to come in tomorrow night into Thursday.
Here is the link to the Central Il thread in which I post.
Happy Holidays!, and Merry Christmas!
I will say its been a while too lol.thats good.yeah we had a few good troms already too.like u said.we got more snow i think tomorrow and thursday im pretty sure.and if i dont talk too you.happy holidays to you.
Looks great, but a little smoothing of the mulch with the back of a fork or plastic rake would help your job image a ton. Jump over to one of perfect earths posts and you will see what I mean. We have done it like that for years and it really helps.
Ya, I do that occasionally, but in all honesty, all it takes is one good rain, or one good watering and it settles down.
Call me weird too, but I kinda like the "texture" that is left if you don't smooth it out.