Day: May 12, 2020

Design definition and texture in new landscape garden bed

I’m on a roll.  Gardening is good for the soul, and for the exercise and creative outlet it provides during this stressful time.  My free time is often spent surfing the web for the perfect plant since I’ve been avoiding nurseries.  As fast as they arrive in the mail, I’m expanding garden beds to contain them!

Since the move last summer, I’ve been lonely without my recommended daily allowance of blooms.

There were a handful of hastily pre-sale planted impatiens in the front of the house, but nary a flower anywhere else.  I couldn’t even make a tiny posey for my desk.

It was sad.

Having filled the new beds that I created along the dry creek, I decided I needed some more plants.

I turned to my winter sources, searching for my favorite plants online.  I’ve slowly been planting in front of the creek above of the sidewalk.  I’ve

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Gardening BC – home

GardeningBC

Gardening B.C. is here as a resource for all those that are interested in every aspect of gardening in B.C. We also have links to other gardening areas on the Internet to research gardening  topics more fully. Also if you are thinking about trying hydroponics see our HydroponicsBC website for all sorts of great info on hydroponics.

To help you find what you need we also have listings under Garden Clubs, Garden Supplies, Landscaping, Nurseries & Stores. Looking for a Garden setting to hold an activity  or event visit our Gardens & Facilities section.

It is that time of year again to get your gardening event posted on GardeningBC.com, we already have some up but I know there is a lot more coming so the earlier you get your event posted the better. Just send an email to dig@gardeningbc.com with your event and we will post it for you.

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definition of kitchen by The Free Dictionary

noun cookhouse, galley, kitchenette, scullery eating a snack in the kitchen

Kitchen equipment

Aga (trademark), bain-marie, baking tray, barbecue or (Austral. slang) barbie, batterie de cuisine, blender, bottle opener, bread knife, cafetiere, cake tin, carving knife, casserole, chip pan, chopping board, chopsticks, coffee grinder, coffeepot, colander, cooker, cooling rack, corkscrew, deep fat fryer, dessertspoon, double saucepan or (U.S. & Canad.) double boiler, egg beater or egg whisk, fan-assisted oven, fish slice, flan tin, food processor, fork, frying pan, grater, gravy boat or sauce boat, griddle or (Scot.) girdle, grill, ice-cream maker, icing bag, jelly bag, juicer or juice extractor, kettle, knife, masher, mould, ladle, lemon squeezer, liquidizer, loaf tin, mandoline, measuring jug, mezzaluna, microwave or microwave oven, mixing bowl, mortar and pestle, nutcracker, olla, oven, pastry cutter, peeler, pepper mill, percolator, poacher, pot, pot-au-feu, ramekin, ricer (U.S. & Canad.), rolling pin, rotisserie, saucepan, scales, sieve, skillet,

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