CGI 3D Animated Short “The Gardener” – by Elana Lederman



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Enjoy this heartwarming CGI 3D animated short called “The Gardener”, as mysterious old woman at the end of her life uses all of her skills – gardening, tinkering, and a little bit of magic – in one last desperate attempt to save herself, with extraordinary results. For more information, please see the details and links below:

Created by Elana Lederman
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Vimeo: www.vimeo.com/elanalederman

CREDITS:
Concept Art: Ashley Domondon, Tara Holland, Courtney Scriven
Modeling: Krista Albert, Arnaldo Andujar, Elana Lederman, Michael Rootare
Rigging: Elana Lederman
Animation: Alejandra Alvarez, Jenna Howard, Cat McDonnell, Jessica Nalbach, Meg Pangiochi, Brandon Tabone
Effects: Elana Lederman
Lighting: Elana Lederman, Janice Lee, Kasia Nowak, Meg Pangiochi
Texturing: Anna Anakhasyan, Alice Gavish, Elana Lederman, Amanda Tolentino
Color Grading: Meg Pangiochi
Compositing: Elana Lederman
Music: Phill Boucher
Sound Design: Yasaman Kazerooni (Website: yasaman-kazerooni.squarespace.com)
Voiceover: Claudia Elmore

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Vegetable Gardening : Organic Pesticides for Vegetable Garden Pests



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Sometimes you can use organic pesticides such as the Spinosad bacteria instead of toxic chemicals to eliminate pests from your vegetable garden. Learn how organic pesticides can work for you in this free video on vegetable gardening.

Expert: Rose Keppler
Contact: www.rosekeppler.com
Bio: Rose Keppler is an artist and horticulturist who provides careful, detailed garden maintenance based on the principle that gardens should serve both functional and aesthetic purposes.

Series Description: Vegetable gardening allows you to grow your own food, get acquainted with nature and generally have a lot of fun, and now your green thumb will get even greener with these vegetable gardening tips. A professional horticulturist shares her knowledge in this free video series.

Let’s Play | Doom II | Hanging Gardens



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Right here, in the description below, you will find the three things that you will need in order to play this map. Please note that one of these items (the Doom II WAD file) is NOT free – you must buy it.

GZDoom:
Doom II:
Hanging Gardens:

Instructions on how to play:
Extract all of the files out of the “gzdoom zip folder” and place them in your own created folder (you can name this created folder anything you wish). Then, copy your Doom 2 WAD file into this here created folder (note that this WAD is NOT free, you must purchase it – you can get Doom II on Steam for around $5). Then, extract the “hgarden pk3 file” out of the “hgarden zip folder” and then place that pk3 file into that created folder. Finally, all that’s left to be done, is to drag and drop the “hgarden pk3 file” onto the “gzdoom exe file”, and you’re all good to play the map.

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The first sequel to Doom. Featuring 32 levels in a single linear episode, Doom II continues Doom’s story, seeing the player returning to Earth to single-handedly fight off an invasion of the planet by demons.

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A science fiction first-person shooter developed and published by Valve. The player takes the perspective of scientist Gordon Freeman. After an experiment that goes horribly awry when an unexpected Resonance Cascade rips dimensional seams that devastate the facility, Gordon must fight to escape the now alien-infested facility.

Opposing Force:
The player returns to Black Mesa as Corporal Adrian Shephard, one of the soldiers sent in to eliminate the civilians from the original game. On an undisclosed mission to Black Mesa, things don’t quite go as planned, and Shephard gets separated from his unit at the beginning of the game.

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The player returns to the setting and timeline of the original story, but with a different player character: the ubiquitous Black Mesa Research Facility security guard Barney Calhoun. As Barney, the player attempts to escape the alien invasion caused by the resonance cascade and the ensuing military cover-up.

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Growstones: Sustainable Perlite Alternative from Recycled Glass (Product Overview)



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In a quest to find as many options for gardening as possible, I’ve come upon Growstones. Growstones are a replacement for perlite. Perlite is a mined volcanic rock which is super heated and then expanded by 10 to 20 times the original volume. In horticulture, perlite is very commonly used, especially in soilless potting mixes.

But is perlite “sustainable”? Is the use of perlite good for the environment? Many gardeners have asked that question. Some have decided they want to avoid perlite. Being sustainable is a lot easier to do when we are given more eco-friendly alternatives. Fortunately, we have options… like Growstones!

Growstones are made from 100% recycled glass. So these are a renewable resource. They are better for the environment because they keep glass out of land fills. Growstones won’t crush into powder light perlite. And they are structurally resilient, allowing them to be reused again and again!

But Growstones aren’t just good for the environment. They’re good for your plants too! The water retention and capillary properties keep your plants moist. But the excellent aeration factor provides oxygen for healthy roots, preventing root rot. And as a nice bonus, they even slowly release soluble silicon (Si) over time. Silicon reinforces cell walls in plants, resulting in more resilient plants.

I contacted Growstone and asked if they would send me a sample for testing and review. Well they went above and beyond, sending FOUR samples from their product line up! These samples will allow me to test them with seedlings in self-watering, sub-irrigated planters. Plus I’ll be able to use them in a Kratky hydroponics test. I’ll even use them outdoors in my oldest large scale SIP!

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GS-2 Mix This! Soil Aerator (smaller stone size)

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GS-4 Moisture Coco Mix (1 feeding per day)

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Wansapanataym Recap: Jasmin’s Flower Power Episode 3



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Best EPCOT Festival | Flower and Garden 2018 | Frozen Ever After | Best Epcot Food



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Click here to subscribe: ~ Hello guys, in today’s vlog we are back at Disney’s EPCOT but this time for the 2018 Flower and Garden Festival.

Gardeners should turn green with envy when they catch sight of the magic the Walt Disney World Resort has planted for the 25th Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. It opened Feb. 28 and runs through May 28. Greeting them at Epcot’s entrance is Mickey, Minnie and Goofy in proper topiary version amidst a kaleidoscope of color that sets the scene for the milestone anniversary of this flower-intensive experience at Disney. Not only is 2018 the quarter-century milestone for the Flower Festival, but it also marks the 35th anniversary of Epcot. The scale of the event, flower-wise, is awe-inspiring. More than 70,000 bedding plants colorfully encircle both Future World pavilions, and on the ponds that border the walkway between Future World and World Showcase, more than 100 petite floating gardens glow. Topiaries are a big deal at the event, with approximately 100 different Disney characters, each tied to a specific locale, making their appearance as shrubs-of-art throughout the park.
Fun is blooming at an annual event bursting with brilliant gardens, fresh flavors, interactive playgrounds and rocking entertainment—February 28 through May 28, 2018!
See What’s Budding in 2018
Welcome spring’s arrival by treating your senses to an array of vibrant displays and captivating experiences! Blossoming once again in 2018, the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival is a fun-filled destination for Guests of every age—and the perfect place for nearly every member of the family to dig up their sense of curiosity and discovery. Highlights may include:
Outdoor kitchens offering delectable bites and libations
Dozens of world-renowned, Disney-themed topiaries
Breathtaking garden spaces and wildlife habitats
Inspirational exhibits, a “How-To” Garden, and engaging Tours
An outdoor concert series featuring fan-favorite bands
And much, much more
With so much to see and do, you can return to the Festival again and again—and uncover something new each and every time!
Topiaries, Gardens and Exhibits at the 2018 Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival Stroll through a creative collection of interactive gardens and gaze upon an array of living sculptures shaped like beloved Disney characters—only at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival!
Topiary Magic Awaits
Snap one-of-a-kind photos of sublime shrubs-of-art—each carefully pruned by a talented crew of Disney horticulturists.Anna and Elsa from Frozen
Located at the Norway Pavilion Bambi & Friends
Featuring Flower, Bambi and Thumper Located at Showcase Plaza – West Towers Beauty and the Beast Located at the France Pavilion Bromeliad Dragon Located at the China Pavilion Butterflies Located near Showcase Plaza Buzz Lightyear from the Disney•Pixar Toy Storyfilms Located at Future World East near Mission: SPACE Daisy Duck, Chip and Dale Located at Future World West near Imagination Donald Duck with Huey, Dewey and Louie Located behind Spaceship Earth Figment Located between Future World and World Showcase Lady and the Tramp Located at the Italy Pavilion Lighting and Cruz from the Disney•Pixar Cars Films Located at Future World East near Test Track Pandas Located at the China Pavilion Simba and Friends
Featuring Pumbaa, Timon, Rafiki, Simba, Mufasa and Sarabi Located at The Outpost Shop Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Located at the Germany Pavilion Stitch Located on the fountain side of MouseGear The Three Caballeros Featuring Jose, Donald and Panchito Located at the Mexico Pavilion Tinker Bell Located at the United Kingdom Pavilion Troll
Presented by Adventures by Disney® Located at the Norway Pavilion Welcome to the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival – NEW!
Featuring Mickey, Minnie and Goofy Located at Main Entrance Winnie-the-Pooh & Friends
Located at the United Kingdom Pavilion Woody from the Disney•Pixar Toy Story films
Located at The American Adventure
Discover creative cuisine featuring spring’s freshest flavors—at this year’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival! Let Your Epicurean Adventure Begin!
Embark on a mouthwatering mission to taste your way around a healthy, wholesome smorgasbord… bon appétit!
With over a dozen delectable stops, the World Showcase at Epcot plays host to the Festival-exclusive Outdoor Kitchens, each offering a specialty menu of creative cuisine and libations. Savor, sip and stroll while satisfying appetites large and small!

Life in the Pink Lane | Pink Panther and Pals



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Pink Panther and Big Nose compete in a serious game of bowling.

The Pink Panther is the sly, lanky animated cat created by Friz Freleng and David DePatie. The iconic feline was first created in 1964.

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19w03a IS HERE! 1.14! COMPOST! Minecraft Update



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19w03a IS HERE! 1.14! COMPOST! Minecraft Update
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Rare Plant Index #1 | Uncommon to Extremely Rare Plants! | Philodendron



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So I decided to make this a series! Please feel free to leave requests in the comments on what type of plants you’d like to see me break down!

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Science Behind Green Thumb |Joe Hanson |Central Texas Gardener



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Biologist and science writer Joe Hanson of PBS Digital Studios’ innovative online-first programs It’s Okay to Be Smart and Hot Mess (climate changes) explores how curiosity opens new adventures of knowledge. Host: Tom Spencer.

My Dream Garden Celebrating 2019 as gardening Year.



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Celebrate Life with Dream Garden. My Dream Garden Celebrating 2019 as Gardening Year and encouraging all of you to start your own garden and bring back garden city back by giving huge offers on Gardening essentials like Potting Mix, Vermicompost Seeweed Extract and Stands to keep your garden clean and nice. Avail your Offer from below link

My Dream garden is a leading urban farming company in India. Which is exclusive in facilitating and guiding people to grow their own chemical free foods on the terrace. After many years of research and experiment with different materials and proportion, My Dream Garden come up with an extraordinary potting mix which is unique and need very less maintenance.

Helping for those who want a fresh environment with decorating balconies, front space, indoor and terrace to grow fresh organic vegetables on empty space.

Mission
To create an awareness on nature, pollution, health hazards and mental stress, and to recreating the nature in a small way on every terrace and balcony.

How is Our Hoop House Holding Up After 3 Winters?



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We just had our largest snowfall of the winter, so I thought today would be a good day to answer a question many of you have asked me lately. “How is the hoop house holding up?”

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Highlights:

0:16 Overview of hoop house
1:07 Do PVC pipes get brittle and break?
1:45 Does PVC degrade greenhouse plastic
2:19 How well does the hoop house handle the snow load?
2:59 Hoop house shedding the snow in the middle of the video
3:42 Importance of keeping plastic tight
4:02 How much maintenance does the hoop house require?
4:44 Would I do anything differently?
5:11 Same points apply to hinged low tunnels

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I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, and works with nature to achieve amazing results. My videos will help you grow more healthy organic fruits and vegetables, while working less and saving money. I don’t push gardening products. I don’t hype bogus “garden secrets”. I provide evidence based strategies to help you grow a lot of food on a little land without spending much or working harder than you have to!

Singing Plants on The One Show with Julie Andrews



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On 21 May 2014, the “Music of the Plants” appeared alongside Dame Julie Andrews and Ian McKellen on The One Show on BBC. Christine Walkden presented Edelweiss, Pinapple and Fern, three plant musicians which performed before a live audience. Here are the clips of their various interactions.

If you would like more information about the “Music of the Plants”, check out our website www.musicoftheplants.com.

How To Grow Marigold From Seeds | How to care of marigold plant |



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How To Grow Marigold From Seeds | How to care of marigold plant |

Marigolds are one of the most popular annual bedding plants. Available virtually everywhere garden plants are sold, they’re one of the most-grown annuals in America.

Two different types of marigolds are commonly grown in gardens and container gardens: French and African. French marigolds, Tagetes patula, grow 6 to 12 inches high with small flowers which bloom until killed by frost. African marigolds, Tagetes erecta, grow to about 3 feet high with larger flowers than the French type. African marigolds have a shorter blooming season than French; they stop producing in the cooler temperatures of fall.

There are dozens of varieties available as bedding plants and even more varieties available as seeds. You can direct-seed marigolds, but they will bloom earlier if you start seeds indoors and transplant when danger of frost is past.

Marigolds come in a wide variety of sizes so consult the seed package or info tag to determine correct spacing. Marigolds like full sun, but will still produce a few flowers in part-shade.

Grow marigolds in rich soil, similar to other blooming annuals. Remember to dead-head your marigolds (remove faded flowers). If you do, they will reward you with many, many blooms per plant right up until they are killed by frost. You can prolong their season by covering them when frost threatens, just as you do the tomatoes you want to ripen on the vine at the end of the growing season. With protection from nighttime frosts, as long as the days are warm marigolds will continue to bloom.

Marigolds have a place in the vegetable garden, as well as the flower beds. Both the flowers and leaves of marigolds have an unusual fragrance. Planted at the perimeter of the garden, they can deter small animals from invading your crops. The scent also repels insects that may attack your vegetables.

Marigolds have so many sizes and varieties available, my yard has featured an entire bed of different sizes and colors of marigolds more years than it has not. They have rewarded me with bouquets of blooms from spring through the first hard, killing frost of fall. Marigolds will always have a place in my garden.
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Homes.com DIY Experts: Planter Irrigation



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Matt, from theDIYvillage.com, brings us another Homes.com DIY tutorial. Today, he’s going to show us how to make a planter irrigation system for your planters! It’s a quick and easy way to deliver water to the planters, and it doesn’t require too much work!