You don’t know what will happen if….

August 8, 2009

If this is annoying the snot out of you, clicking on these links will ruin the experiment. If you like me click the links anyways. Trust me.

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Intrested in snowplowing? Consider this.

November 22, 2008

did snowplowing last year for work. I learned a lot about work in snowplowing and snow shoveling, and wrote an article on the pros and cons of working in snowplowing and snow shoveling.
Is Snowplowing the Right Job for You? The Pros and Cons of Working in Snow Removal

Rating: 3.0 of 5 Are you thinking of snowplowing or shoveling snow for work this winter? Or have you ever wondered what it is like for those who work in snow removal? Here is a brief look at what working in snow removal is like. This article also examines the pros and cons of snow removal work….READ ENTIRE ARTICLE

November 17th 2008 article spotlight

November 16, 2008

The links to my articles I have published:

Make wreaths from scratch! http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1173128/how_to_make_a_homemade_christmas_wreath.html?cat=24

Christmas greens–their durability and liability http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1168062/the_things_you_need_to_know_about_christmas.html?cat=30

Ten garden chores for November http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1108002/ten_garden_projects_for_november.html?cat=32

Three perennials with great fall color http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1097188/three_perennials_that_provide_great.html?cat=32

Growing popcorn at home!http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/896791/how_to_grow_popcorn_in_the_home_garden.html?cat=32

Why buying perennials save the gardener money in the long run: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/802597/growing_perennials_can_reduce_longterm.html?cat=9

Culture of Pussy Willow in the landscape, as well as info on Contorted Pussy Willow: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/842935/pussy_willow_culture_and_uses_for_this.html?cat=32

How to cultivate wild raspberries and produce a delicious crop every year: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/854651/how_to_grow_and_cultivate_wild_raspberries.html?cat=32

Five proven perennials for drought tolerant areas: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/859107/five_proven_drought_tolerant_perennials.html?cat=32

Why Trumpet Creeper Honeysuckle is not a wise plant in the long run: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/859219/campsis_radicans_trumpet_creeper_honeysuckle.html?cat=32

And how to divide Irises and care for them afterwards. This includes the bare root Irises I sell at the market. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/859701/how_to_divide_your_irises.html?cat=32

I hope you find these links helpful. Thanks for visiting my site.

October 18th 2008 article spotlight.

October 17, 2008

The links to my articles I have published:

Growing popcorn at home!http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/896791/how_to_grow_popcorn_in_the_home_garden.html?cat=32

Why buying perennials save the gardener money in the long run: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/802597/growing_perennials_can_reduce_longterm.html?cat=9

Culture of Pussy Willow in the landscape, as well as info on Contorted Pussy Willow: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/842935/pussy_willow_culture_and_uses_for_this.html?cat=32

How to cultivate wild raspberries and produce a delicious crop every year: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/854651/how_to_grow_and_cultivate_wild_raspberries.html?cat=32

Five proven perennials for drought tolerant areas: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/859107/five_proven_drought_tolerant_perennials.html?cat=32

Why Trumpet Creeper Honeysuckle is not a wise plant in the long run: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/859219/campsis_radicans_trumpet_creeper_honeysuckle.html?cat=32

And how to divide Irises and care for them afterwards. This includes the bare root Irises I sell at the market. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/859701/how_to_divide_your_irises.html?cat=32

I hope you find these links helpful. Thanks for visiting my site.

Mr Dave

Landscaping can be key to selling a house.

September 13, 2008

In the latest AC article, Mr Dave lists ten ways to improve your chances of selling your house. Mr Dave lists outdoor landscaping as the first reason.

Imagine the prospective buyer showing up to see average or mediocre landscaping. Weeds in the flowerbed, lack of landscaping, etc. What does that say about what’s inside?

Read more http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/995608/ten_things_you_can_do_to_sell_your.html?cat=54

Link to how to divide and replant Iris

July 19, 2008

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/859701/how_to_divide_your_irises.html?cat=32

Pussy Willow article is published!

July 7, 2008

My article detailing the habits of contorted pussy willow, wild pussy willow, and french pink pussy willow has been published on Associated Content! The link is www.associatedcontent.com/article/842935/pussy_willow_culture_and_uses_for_this.html

Enjoy!

Unusual Pussy Willow

June 14, 2008

     Today, I saw the most unusual Pussy Willow since the Curly Pussy Willow. I had seen it while it was dormant last spring and wondered why the home owner was letting a scraggly, multi-trunked willow bush take over the flowerbed. And what’s worse, it wasn’t even a PUSSY willow, it was on of those pseudo-pussy willows that only put out leaves, then after a set of leaves, put out a flower that basically bypasses the entire silvery catkin stage.

     I happened to see the bush today, and my first impression was that the bush had underwent a severe attack and skeletonizing by Japanese beetles. After taking a closer look, I realised that the first six inches of the twig exhibited green leaves. After that, the leaves were pure white! Do the white leaves mature to green? That is a good question. I knew a blue spruce to do that, but a spruce is not as aggressive a grower as a Pussy Willow and couldn’t handle the disadvantage. This pussy willow has exhibited aggressive growth as evidenced by the last few years’ growth.

     I have never seen something like this and will keep you posted if I learn more n this variety of bush.

My first Associated Content article on perennials!

June 12, 2008

I have been a freelance writer for Associated content for a month now and am pleased to announce my first article on plants has been published. The link to it is www.associatedcontent.com/article/802597/perennials_are_a_solution_to_todays.html

Stay tuned to my content producer page and this blog for upcoming articles!

Introducing my perennial plant blog as a source of info

June 12, 2008

     This is Mr Dave here, introducing my new blog on plants.

     Growing perennials has been pretty much a life-long hobby for me. This will be my fourteenth year of growing perennials. What started out as a childhood backyard hobby has become a hobby that is on the brink of becoming a real business. I am currently growing at least a thousand perennial plants of upwards of 25 varieties in my backyard in nursery pots. Of these, the best ones will be put up for sale next month at a local gardener’s market.

     I have extensive knowledge of plants in general and perennials in particular from not only my backyard experience but also from seven seasons working in a garden center and two seasons working in landscaping.

     Projects I have participated in, supervised, and/or overseen include, but are not limited to:

         Assisting in planting the annuals in the city whiskey barrel planters,

         Positioning and balancing the designs given for planting at the state capitol, secretary of state building, and the flowerbeds in the park outside of the Legislative Office building.

          Assisting and supervising the opening crop for a new garden center, as well as being involved in the opening of the garden center.

          Been hired to design, lay out, and plant three gardens for a new day spa opening on the grounds of a house with renown German architecture.

          Have had famous people, including a Hollywood writer and a writer for a famous newspaper, seek my advice on horticultural topics.

          Have done general maintenance at the houses and estates of famous people.

          Have successfully propagated upwards of twenty different types of perennials.

          Plus several other lesser opportunities that have provided as much, if not more, knowledge and experience.

         Stay tuned as I blog about plants!