They grew all along the fence in my grandmother's back yard. It was a highlight every year.So...it's spring in the Northern Hemisphere and I'm curious who here have tasted honeysuckle nectar as a kid?
For reference, these are honeysuckles.
While your strategy was effective for reaching your goal, I advise you to take a different approach in the future.I didn't have any problem staying awake as it turned out. Seems I ate something that didn't agree with me, so I spent a good portion of my waiting time in the bathroom wishing for death.
After some back and forth, he decided he wanted to keep the toolbox after all.My neighbor has a nice Matco tool box that he's selling, he's not working as a professional mechanic any more and doesn't want to deal with it as a renter and OTR truck driver.
He offered it to me for "$1,000 - $2,000". We have not settled on a price, but I'm going to go take a look at what he has and how much would actually work for what I work on. He even offered to work on a payment plan, so it's less of a pinch on the budget.
Had to look that one up. I could see that being a good thing for areas with little to no rain fall.I would like to xeriscape
^ FUCK YOU! THIS IS THE HEATED FLOORS THING ALL OVER AGAIN! Im going to buy some perennials.
It's combination privacy and just neat looking to see rocks like that. I first saw it in southern Germany surrounding a Cemetery.Explain? I think they’re one of the squarest things you can have on your property, on the same level as armies of garden gnomes and herds of little clay animals.