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07.17.2008

Vinography Images: The Tinsel Vineyard

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The Tinsel Vineyard
"As soon as the vines begin to bear fruit, they become targets for all manner of attacks from the natural world. From bears to boars to birds, the list of animals that consider wine grapes a tasty snack is long. Birds are often dealt with using strips of mylar that glint in the sun as the air moves them and which presumably scare off the airborne predators. They also happen to make the vineyards look festive for the rest of us." -- Alder Yarrow

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Comments (1)

11.20.14 at 8:25 AM

Just as holiday lights decorate a home so too can outdoor lights that
boost your home over a daily basis. Another positive that you may apply
could be the boldness in the landscape itself.
Concrete layouts may also be best done with granite, marble along with stones.
This occupies garden space, allowing focus to the plantings.
Landscape design continues to be around for hundreds of years, ancient
Egyptians have adorned temples and tombs with gardens some that symbolized
their gods others for anyone rich enough to it.

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