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Xmas tree on Courtenay Place
Sue shown professionalism and terrific knowledge of her craft, as did the diligent group of personalized guys who put in terrific effort to finish the job in a timely way provided the rainy days we frequently have here in FL. Everything remained in location, working effectively (repaired sprinklers), and tidied up by the end of service.
I originally located this family-owned service through the BBB with an A+ score and EXTREMELY RECOMMEND to anybody in need of a 'Pristine' landscape.
What are people saying about tree services services in Pembroke Pines, FL? This is an evaluation for a tree services company in Pembroke Pines, FL:" I have an tree that is being there for thirty years. The hurricane damaged it a lot that I don't know if it will endure. I called Derek and he did a wonderful task, 5.
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Thanks Derek, ideally will see you in 2 years to do a selective cutting.".
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What are people stating about tree services services in Pembroke Pines, FL? This is a review for a tree services service in Pembroke Pines, FL:" I have an tree that is being there for thirty years. The hurricane damaged it so much that I don't know if it will survive. I called Derek and he did a terrific task, 5.
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Thanks Derek, hopefully will see you in 2 years to do a selective cutting.".
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On the other hand, they also use palm tree trimming, which is a crucial service for forming the tree when the palms have thick foliage. There may be hanging dead fronds, which are fire dangers. These dead and dry leaves can likewise ruin the appearance of the home and its curb appeal. The best season for cutting palm trees is during the spring due to the reasonably serene weather condition.
@allvalley100 this is another response to the Baker's Dozen prompt and a different POV of the same events from my previous drabble in the The Baker and the Dancer AU, this time Shannon Keene's. I'm so excited to finally write her! :D
As Shannon Keene heard the director rant thirteen days before opening night about how they’d better cut back on the sweets or else (as if they weren’t rehearsing for hours on end already), one thought crossed her mind.
Funny how this new rule seemed to single out the ballerina with the baker husband… the kindest ballerina she had worked with in years.
She grabbed her secret piece of Bonsai Bakery’s chocolate cake from her bag, took it out of the box... and promptly shoved it onto her middle finger, glaring at the director.
“Is this balanced to your satisfaction, sir?”
Youngblood gives Roman an impromptu singing lesson.
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And without further ado:
“Oh. What’s singing?”
Youngblood froze on the middle of the well-worn path the duo was traveling on, not knowing how to respond. What was singing?
“It’s, uh, like when you move your vocal cords really fast- and uh, you know how people do, like, yoga to release stress? That’s like singing for me,” He stumbled through an explanation.
“Oh. Can you show me?”
“Show… you? Uh, sure. Give me a second,” he took a deep breath. He never really sang in front of people before- not since his father told him he shouldn’t, for everyone’s safety. But his father wasn’t here right now! And besides, he didn’t really care what happened to Roman- there was nothing to lose if he accidentally set Roman on fire like he did the tree!
Youngblood closed his eyes and began to sing a soft melody his grandfather had taught him, momentarily forgetting how Roman was staring at him with wide puppy-dog eyes…
He let out a small shriek as a bolt of lighting scorched the ground in front of them.
He had let his voice get out of control again.
His father called it a curse, his grandfather called it a gift. He was more inclined to believe his father now. Something terrible happened every time he opened his mouth. Well, not always terrible. One time he accidentally turned a mouse into a frog.
“I’m sorry, I didn’t- that’s not-“ Youngblood stuttered out.
“Woah!” Roman began to clap excitedly. “Can you teach me? Do you think something like that’ll happen if I sing?”
“I hope not,” he whispered.
“What’d you say? I didn’t catch that.”
“I said- uh, yeah. I can try to teach you. Just… start humming.”
“Humming?” Roman repeated.
Youngblood sighed and looked over the seemingly endless wheat field, debating just running off into the grain instead of enduring this… overly-trusting wanna-be adventurer.
This was going to be a long walk back to town.
“Just… copy me best you can.”
He began to hum, not even a melody. It took a few squeaked and hiccups, but eventually Roman joined in, a note or so higher than the elf.
“Did I do good?” Roman asked, bouncing up and down on his toes.
“Yeah. Yeah, that was pretty good. You know, for a beginner.”
“Yay!” Roman did a quick applause for himself.
“Now, just, open your mouth when you hum.”
The duo continued walking accompanied by Roman’s attempts at singing, his voice warbling up and down, unable to hold a steady note, but Youngblood found himself impressed with how quickly Roman went from not even knowing what singing was to… well, certainly having a large range. He was now where near being able to perform, but maybe the lessons wouldn’t totally be in vain.
Roman kept singing all the way into town to the bakery.
I feel like I'm the only one that doesn't like Under the Oak Tree that much. Maybe it's just me, but I was really turned off in the beginning because Riftan kept making passive aggressive remarks about Maxi having him, yet somehow he still felt comfortable enough to want to have sex with her. Like... did I miss something?
“Mother...” with the sacred tree revived, he regained all his memories.
my partner made the mistake of jokingly bringing up the idea of marriage because holy fuck now i’m thinking about the idea of marriage,,
When you have a real christmas tree, never forget to water it. Also, if you have a super groovy tree-watering-funnel thing, make sure you tilt it up at a high enough angle that you don’t just pour water onto the floor. If you heed my warnings and make use of my vast wisdom, you can avoid my idiotic mistakes. This message has been brought to you by the letter: splash.
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Champion Dawn Redwood - November 27th 2021
Night in the Forest
[ID: Nine images.
The first three are abstract swirls of color. The first is dark blue, black, and purple, with some red. The second is pink, magenta, blue, and black. The third is red and cyan.
The next six images are photographs. First of flat white clouds stretched across a blue sky over a river, then two sunsets with a deep orange sky silhoetted by black trees, a photo of a large oak tree covered in hanging moss, a large tree limb covered in moss, and a pine branch with a pinecone, with fallen pine needles in the background.
" Cherry Hill Whites" ...oil on 12 x 16" linen MDF panel. Plein air start, finished in studio. Cherry Hill Park in Falls Church VA has some really nice looking old white pines. More info and other works in the gallery.
I get annoyed by posts like this:
In what context? What plant? What season? What climate? What goal?
'Cause you have roses that are in bloom, and if you're dead heading them, you generally cut back to the first true leaf (one that has 5 leaflets). If it's fall, you shouldn't be out there whacking at roses- it should wait until they're fully dormant- and then it depends on what kind of rose is it, and how healthy it is. If it's a standard, you can cut the whole thing back to about 18 inches, if it's healthy. But you wouldn't do that to a climbing rose and there's little point in pruning a rugosa.
In pruning there are very few legitimate blanket statements. You can always remove deadwood. When you look to prune, you should first assess the weather, the season, your goals, and the plant's health and vigor. You should start by removing dead, diseased, or damaged branches. You should avoid working in the rain or when it's likely to rain. You should look up your specific plant and pruning methods before you start. If you're working with a tree, don't remove more than a third of it's canopy.
Saturday, 11/27/21. It’s beginning to look a lot like…
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