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For the Best Gardeners in the Cardiff Area

   Oct 08

Your Questions About Gardening

Sharon asks… Rate my poem 1-10? Poem included! Easy 10 points? If love was a Rose, Then you’d own every Rose garden i planted. If Love was a Leaf, You’d own every tree i’ve sat in. If love was Paper, You’d own every copy i’ve made. If love was Every Minute, You’d own my every [...]

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   Oct 05

Your Questions About Gardening

Jenny asks… Why don’t the UK government invest in inproving the existing railway infrastructure in London? I’m sure it must be cheaper to improve the London railway network than build the new CrossRail. For example rebuilding a station where Park Royal West Station once stood, ie: where the Central and Piccadilly lines cross, to allow [...]

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   Jun 28

Your Questions About Gardening

Sandra asks… I need to make a windchime for a girlscout project. Easiest way? So my girl scout troop is doing a nature garden, and sensory plants and birshouses, and we need a windchime. So my job is to research how to make a windchime, home made. We were thinking Pcb (or whatever theyre called) [...]

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   Jun 22

Your Questions About Gardening

Betty asks… (10pts)you want easy perfect point, so answer this question now….? Below are pairs of sentence. Complete the sentences in each set with structures parallel to the ones provided. Each sentence suggests an idea for completing the other sentence of the set. Example A 1.Our mind, the greatest creation on earth, can generate for [...]

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   Mar 23

Your Questions About Gardening

Mary asks… good entrance essay? please be honest? easy 10 points? It’s some question about what personality traits i have that could positively contribute to the college’s environment? Caroline Zegatasky was born in Carbondale, Pennsylvania in 1948. She was a devoted wife, daughter, crossing guard, Roman Catholic, and homemaker. My parents met Caroline when they [...]

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