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advice for NOOBS! how to learn and grow

Posted by kiki_thinking (My Page) on
Thu, May 5, 11 at 9:03

I'm a newbie here, and something I learned might apply to anyone looking to change how they plan their surroundings.

KarinL mentioned to me that I should stop planting trees AT places in my yard, like next to the mailbox or next to the gas meter and instead make sure (in my case) that I was paying attention to their position relative to the house, not relative to the mailbox. And now I realize that I have done that all my life, plunked plants near objects - and sometimes I get a really pretty small area out of it, but never a lovely view. Simple yes, obvious to me until now, no.


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RE: advice for NOOBS! how to learn and grow

  • Posted by laag z6CapeCod (My Page) on
    Thu, May 5, 11 at 18:37

Always try to think from big to small, from concept to detail, from reason to selection.


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