|Homes for sale in Annapolis, MD 21401 | Resource for Finding Native Plants|
I wanted to share some links that I found interesting and useful. One is a resource for finding native plants. I have found that a lot of people are interested in using more native plants to conserve water and for low maintenance landscaping. Many are delighted to find that native plants attract birds and butterflies. This site http://www.wildflower.org is Ladybird Johnson's project.
The National Wildlife Federation sponsors another Resource for Finding Native Plants, the site http://www.nwf.org/backyardwildlifehabitat/ can show how to attract butterflies and birds and even frogs to a backyard. What a fun project to share with a child or grandchild!
If you found any interesting web sites you would like to share? I am always looking for sites to share with my finds. Just e-mail them to Links@AH4Y.com. Homes for sale in Annapolis, MD 21401 | Resource for Finding Native Plants
Friday, December 7, 2012
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
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Anne Arundel County
Admiral Dr., 619, No. 103-Christine E. Ennis to Adam Howard, $200,000.
August Dr., 1120-Susan G. Larson to John F. Balaban, $396,000.
Boucher Ave., 915-John Ryan to Paul and Susanne Kneeland, $375,000
Monday, November 26, 2012
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How To Make a Tiered Serving Tray
Turn a few clay pots and saucers into something special. This tiered stand is inexpensive and easy-to-make. Use it to serve cupcakes, drinks, or quick finger foods.
Step 1: Wrap twine around pot just under the lip of the pot. Tie on a knot. Continue wrapping twine around pot until desired thickness is achieved. Tie end in a knot and cut off excess. Repeat on second pot.
Step 2: Spread glue across the bottom of one pot. Glue pot to center of 10” saucer. Make sure the pot is centered.
Step 3: Spread glue around the rim of the first pot and attach 8” saucer. Make sure saucer is centered.
Step 4: Spread glue across the bottom of second pot. Glue pot to center of 8” saucer. Make sure pot is centered.
Step 5: Spread glue around the rim of the second pot and attach 6” saucer. Make sure saucer is centered.
Step 6: Glue the bottom of finial to the center of the 6” saucer. Make sure finial is centered.
Step 7: Allow entire piece to dry until set, two hours or more.