Gardening Volunteers Of South Texas

Gardening Volunteers Of South Texas
Home Improvement Ideas Candide is an app for gardeners to find inspiration and data. Jen Murray, DipWSET graduated from The Cambridge Faculty of Culinary Arts in 2002. Her passion for meals and wine solely deepened as she traveled to numerous nations strengthening her skills and information. She went again to highschool for wine in 2006 and accomplished the Elizabeth Bishop Wine Program at BU. In 2012, she completed the 2 year diploma program via Wine & Spirit Eduction Belief. Jen is the owner of The City Chef Inc. and continues to teach food and wine courses at the CSCA and The Kitchen. Take word from this area designed by Leanne Ford Interiors and paint your kitchen a subtly sunny hue, like buttercream yellow. Then lay down an space rug with pops of coral for a recent, daring anchor. The massive drum pendant in white and gold speaks to the gorgeous... Read More

A Home-Grown Alternative – GardenRant

A Home-Grown Alternative – GardenRant
I’ve recently been contributing the text for a book about high-end landscapes in the Hamptons, that playground of the wealthy at the eastern tip of New York’s Long Island.  A couple of features unite almost all of these retreats.  There has to be a huge “resort-style” swimming pool, of course, and beside that a large arbor for lounging made of ipé wood. Ipé is a tropical hardwood from Amazonia.  Aside from its handsome appearance – its rich, dark color has earned it the nickname “Brazilian walnut” – ipé is valued for its durability.  There are claims that even when exposed to the weather ipé will last as long as 50-75 years.  That sounds extravagant.   I do know, though,, though, that a boardwalk made of ipé on Coney Island, NY lasted 25 years in that difficult seaside, high-traffic environment before it had to be replaced. So when I recently confronted a... Read More