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Japanese Garden - Rock Gardens - The Helpful Gardener
... stone grouping For our purposes we can break it down like this: Buddha stone (Mida buhtsu), the male stone Goddess stone (Kwannon), the female stone Child’s stone (Seishi). This is the most classical stone grouping ...
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Trees Tell A Story
... largest ponderosa pine is found on the university campus, in a grouping of Scot's pine, directly west of the Veterinary Medicine building ... that is characteristic of mature pines in their natural range. Swiss stone pine is another rarity. This attractive, slow growing, full-to ... . Salt Tree on 12th Mayday tree on campus at Little Stone Schoolhouse. Mugo pine on campus at Murry Building. © 1996 Brian ...
gardenline.usask.ca

California Backyard Orchard: Preparation & Planting
... Layout is influenced by tree cultural requirements and other characteristics. Consider grouping species requiring similar pest and disease management strategies - stone fruits together, pome fruits together, etc. Or, group by expected bloom ...
homeorchard.ucdavis.edu

PHALAENOPSIS CULTURE
... water. Mist the plants in dry climates, or during dry weather, in the morning only. Grouping plants together raises the humidity by conserving the water that plants transpire. In humid climates ... potted in a well-draining mix, such as fir bark, tree fern, various types of stone, sphagnum moss, or combinations of these. Potting is usually done every 1-3 years. Mature ...
retirees.uwaterloo.ca

Phalaenopsis
... water. Mist the plants in dry climates, or during dry weather, in the mornings only. Grouping plants together raises the humidity by conserving the water that plants transpire. In humid climates ... be potted a well-draining mix, such as fir bark tree-fern, various types of stone, sphagnum moss, or combinations of these. Potting is usually done every 1 to 3 years ...
www.btbarry.com

AOS Phalaenopsis Culture Sheet
... water. Mist the plants in dry climates, or during dry weather, in the mornings only. Grouping plants together raises the humidity by conserving the water that plants transpire. In humid climates ... must be potted a well-draining mix, such as fir bark treefern, various types of stone, sphagnum moss, or combinations of these. Potting is usually done every 1 to 3 years ...
www.chebucto.ns.ca

Kurimoto Japanese Garden at the Devonian Botanic Garden
... shapes, and foliage basic to Japanese Garden design. The artful arrangement of an ornamental gate, stone pagoda, arched bridge, bell tower, azumaya, tumbling waterfall, streams and pond is a feast for ... . Every rock is positioned to expose patterns of lichen and mosses to create a symbolic grouping or guide tumbling water. Background Information on the Kurimoto Japanese Garden (back to map) Ozawa ...
www.devonian.ualberta.ca

Get Growing -Tips on planning a Garden - Devonian Botanic Garden
... .For many perennials, particularly many herbaceous ones, these zones are far from being set in stone. Many are in error simply because ordinary people as well as professionals have yet to ... a bed or border to have any impact, and to create a layered, well-balanced grouping of plants is 1.5 metres. However, if this is not possible then smaller ones ...
www.devonian.ualberta.ca
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http://www dragongoose com /MiniatureRoseGarden
... , perennials, and the two climbing roses (shown right). In front of this row is a stone path, then the miniatures and polyanthas, then a row of antique small-flowered roses and ... diminutive neighbors in the front. Farther south in front of the Granary is a charming grouping (shown left). The modern groundcover miniature, 'Royal Edward', is in the foreground. Directly behind is ...
www.dragongoose.com

ECSONG: The Nuttery: 18(3) 1999
... no more than a metre tall. These should form a fine grouping some day. The seedlings came through the mail in good ... Lester McInnis continued developing the flower garden around the Bickford memorial stone and they developed another flower bed on the north side of ... excellent paper entitled "Propagation and production of Nut trees and Other Stone Fruit Trees". The prize's Poster is available on the ...
www.ecsong.org