How To Make A Good Place
Okay, let's start with the fence. It requires poles and staples that can be purchased in specialized stores. Then we paint them in any color we like. The walls are concrete in the ground and may be bricked if they so wish, thus winning not only externally, but also by reminding the walls (especially if the fence is removed from the brick, with a height of 3-4m), the owner of the " strengthened " house is duly respected. As a general rule, in order to improve the site ' s improvement, the colour of the brick for the fence is coloured by the house or roof.
Not everyone can afford such a fundamental fencing, but many do not need it. In rural areas, wooden poles from eating or pine are still emplaced. The lower part of such poles is protected from rotting: cured, covered by a hot bituum, seduced by a creosote, surrounded by a polyethylene film or ruberoid.
Of course, such fences are not comparable to better improvements. Pretti section bone marrows, naturally unprocessed stone or living gardens. Unfortunately, the first roads are very expensive, and the living fence of the site makes the hosts' sleep unstable. However, it is possible to upgrade the site from the inside of a brick or wooden fence to put a living fence near it. At least, in such a “green environment”, there is a feeling that the house is “in the premises of the factory”, the yard is becoming more cozy.
What plants do you choose for a living garden and for a site improvement? It depends on the height of the planned fence and the size of the section. A warrior, eternal barbaris, Tuya, spudulous magic, ordinary turquine, eel, sis, merchandise, acquisition, siren, choice of ogroman. Usually, all handicraftsmen shall be cut after the flower ends, giving them the necessary shape, and this is an additional effect for the improvement of the site. The rapid growth of handicrafts is ensured by submerged mineral fertilizers, compost, regular ponds, soil bleaching. For each handicraft, a certain soil is needed, many plants poorly carry cold winters, which, of course, affects further site improvement.