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rising to the surface. This will thoroughly moisten the soil and help keep the plant from going into a dormant stage.Soil: Use rich, loose, organic compost; half potting mix and half peat moss. Avoid potting mix containing fertilizer, because it can dissolve too fast and burn the delicate fern roots.Feeding:
Alison Mountain Interior Design
Record albums. Likewise, these framed record albums on the wall make a cool compostion
8. Record albums. Likewise, these framed record albums on the wall make a cool compostion. I don't know about you, but I've never been able to throw out my albums, even though I haven't had a turntable in at least 20 years. Who could toss out Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, Rio, or Big
Bourdonnais Home Office
winter and never apply water to the center rosette, because it can cause rot. Yellow fronds are a sign of overwatering.Soil: Use loose, rich organic compost or peat-moss-based soil.Feeding: During spring and summer, fertilize weekly or biweekly with balanced liquid fertilizer diluted by half. Deformed leaves
Seattle Area Architect
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Your Advocates for Great Architecture Big or Small. Board and Vellum is a small and nimble Architecture firm focusing on custom residential, retail, commercial, and multi-family projects.
architectural design and use of recycled materials as well as green elements and functionalities. The home has a water harvesting system, a well, a composting system, a gray water recycling system, a pond, a pool and many custom design elements.
Tiny Houses, Inc.
Tiny House Studio
our custom built Studio House. It is approximately 300 square feet in size. It is 250.00 per sq. ft. This house includes a full bathroom with a composting toilet. It has a built in window bench with drawers. There is a wood floor, a wood stove, an on demand hot water heater, as well as built in shelves