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Camino LS6

A little landscape project

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Exquisite.

Singularly.

Have ya got hummingbirds?

Edited by longtooth

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Well, it's ok. It was a project I did for my Uncle (mostly with leftover materials).

Yes to the Hummingbirds.

Here's one from last year:

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Nice! What's the vine?

Full pergola not in the budget ?

A Concord grape that's older than dirt. :lol:

You nailed it on the pergola, definitely not in the budget.

It was a bucks-down job, I had the pavers and the flagstone on hand and they already had the pond (I moved it).

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You do great work, I hope my summer project landscaping with my son turns out 1/2 as good as what you do.

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While I can certainly appreciate & respect this kind of hard work,

esp. since I did landscaping throughout college as one of my

many part time jobs, I'm not motivated enough to ever do much

in this way for myself.

The only thing I plan on having in my my front yard once I own a

house is dandelions & a few scary Rat-Rods. The B-59 would be

the one to get garage space.

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Looks good, HGTV + Camino = awesome landscape and car television show.

Sounds like a fun gig, want to be my agent? 8)

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I want my future home to have nice landscaping like that. I don't want junk or weeds in it...I want it pretty.

I also want it to be set back away from the road with a line of trees obscuring the house and yard from street view. I've thought about this before :yes:

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When money flows green again in my river, I will definitely contact you about a patio job my wife is dying for. Well, that is if you want to drive over to NJ for however long it will take :lol:

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Thanks for the confidence, Roger.

Well, if I ever hit the lottery, I'm hiring you for both the patio job and a restoration job on a '55-'56-'57 GMC pickup too :AH-HA_wink:

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Camino, maybe you can answer this. I haven't really done yard work ina while, but I noticed today that in the garden where some flowers were there were hundreds of small winged insects f some kind on them. Is there some sort of pesticide I can use that's inexpensive?

Home Depot is closed so I can't check it out until tomorrow.

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