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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by PerfectEarth, May 9, 2010.
Thanks a lot!!
A long term job/property in progress... House is from 1825!! A very large property. Neatening up after a driveway add-on and new parking area.
The new design looks great! I am curious though, do you shape your boxwoods before you plant them? The boxwoods you plant always seem to be shaped nicely. I am working with a local business doing something similar. Few winter gem boxwoods and a gyokuro crypto on either side of the sign. BTW your work is looking great like always!
Thanks. Most of the boxwoods I planted this Fall were dug by me from a friend's field. He started growing 4 or 5 years ago and now he has some great plants. When i go out there, I trim them and then dig. Makes it easier to decide on matching sizes- and it looks better when I put them in. If I trim some to see their exact size and I don't dig them, no harm!
I have trimmed some from nurseries before... just depends on how leggy and bad they are when purchased.
The sign looks great! Awesome work as usual.
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Very nice work
You do really great work.
A seeding from this Fall-
A lot happened this Fall- I got engaged on September 30, we sold my house and I bought a new one (new to me), and during all of this- while working and moving- I had Mononucleosis.
Didn't know for a long time, but knew I felt terrible. Still have a bit of it I think.
Here's the new home office! Massive improvement over the old one, which was like working in a closet.
Glad to hear your getting better, You do such great work.