3D Rose Rose-Breasted Grosbeak Male in Common Hackberry Tree-Marion-Il Porcelain Plate, 8"

by 3dRose
Price: $36.99
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Features:
  • Decorative use only
  • Good to give as a gift commemorating a special person or event
  • Made of porcelain

Product description

These Plates are made of white porcelain featuring two 24k gold rims. Good to give as a gift commemorating a special person or event. Stand included. Decorative use only. Manufactured in United States.



Silver Metal Holiday Charms - SWIRL CHRISTMAS TREE 14x23mm (20 Pieces)

by Hackberry Creek
Price: $3.49
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Features:
  • Size: 14mm x 23mm x 1.5mm thick; hanging loop hole is 2mm
  • Material: Zinc alloy metal
  • Shape: Flat Tree with Swirly Branches

Lisa's Painting and Drawing Journal: Painting in the Neighborhood



One late morning in March, on my way to get some brunch, I saw the sun brilliantly shining on the neighbor's house and trees: an ivy-covered hackberry tree, and a snowy white Bradford pear tree. Even the leafless, still-dormant shrubs were glowing in the sun. Time to paint! (Well, after eating my pancakes, of course…) This is about 90% plein air, with some touch up afterward. Can you spot the chair?
I have a yearly tradition that started in 2009: painting the neighbor's spring blossoms and ivy in the setting sun. I only have a small window of time to do this: for a few days in March, between 5:30 and 6:30 pm, and only if the sun is out (not blocked by clouds). So when that window comes around, I paint. There's almost always a white vehicle in the driveway, which adds a block of cool color to the flaming scene. This year there was also a set of lawn furniture, which provided additional shiny surfaces to catch the golden light. There is another scene that I repeatedly paint in the neighborhood: a hilltop intersection that has one of the best vistas in the subdivision, especially at sundown. I painted the sunset and roughly blocked in the trees, etc., en plein air. I smoothed out the sunset a little and added detail from a photo.

Once I had finished painting the sunset sky, I had very little time left to paint the trees, houses, etc. As the light disappeared, I was soon painting completely by light/dark values, and just guessing at color, based on the location of the colors on my palette. When I found myself painting by the headlights of a passing car, I knew it was time to stop! There was already a crescent moon and stars in the sky. I took a photo of the painting on my easel, as the flashbulb going off was the only way I could tell what my painting looked like.

Painting in the neighborhood is great...I love the familiarity of the finished paintings, and the zero or negligible amount of gas used to get to the spot. I've...

D6C Caterpiller dozer versus hackberry tree

D6 caterpillar pushed downed hackberry tree D6C

Google news feed

  1. New street trees planned for Dan Hoey and Kensington in Dexter
    The contract includes about 15 street trees and 15 resident "cost-share participants" each year. Among the varieties that will be offered are sugar maple, thornless honeylocust, hackberry, Kwanzan cherry and Winter King hawthorn.
  2. Tree advice: Avoid harmful mistakes
    “It normally kills one half of the tree, so instead of a nice lollipop-shaped tree, you get half of a lollipop.” Aphids like hackberry trees. Stockton called hackberry a “bed-and-breakfast for the woolly aphid.” Leland cypresses suffer from Seiridium
  3. Post-Bulletin Let it Grow: What can you plant in heavy soils?
    Hackberry does produce a small fruit which can stain surfaces when it drops in the fall. I suggest this tree with some hesitation because maples are being over-planted. However, this cross between silver and red maple does grow well in urban soils.
  4. Fifty ash trees to be removed in South Elgin
    "To replace some of the lost trees, the district will plant EAB-resistant trees, including various oaks, hackberry and birch. Part of the cost of new trees will be covered under a unique Metropolitan Mayors Caucus Grant, the Illinois Urban Forest
  5. DNR grant provides ammo in Valpo's beetle battle
    He expects to have at least four different species to plant as replacements and hopes to give residents a chance to choose ones they would prefer in front of their homes. Species will include elm and hackberry that also will be sidewalk friendly,

Content from Twitter

  1. chainlink fence + hackberry growth. I'm basically facing a steel-reinforced tree stump. it's pretty awesome. #fb
  2. Beverly Turner Bird Photography - Robin in a Hackberry Tree - Tile Pen Holders-5 inch tile pen holder: Robin in ... http://t.co/t3C24lTF
  3. New trees added to the Lamb Levels Tree Service include the Giant Chinese Hackberry, Giant Dandelion, Giant Crown,... http://t.co/EQx9Fcz7
  4. If u hate the hackberry tree, why not hack it down?
  5. Wtf is a hackberry tree?? Old people confuse me with their confusion. Why is this even a conversation?

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  1. It is well adapted to all areas of the United States. Its deep rooting capabilities make the Hackberry tree very well suited to dry desert heat and alkaline soils.
  2. Located in Galena, KS Hackberry Tree Nursery is minutes away from Joplin, MO. If you are planting trees in Joplin here is where you can get burlapped trees and balled trees. Mention our special video deal. Call: 417-439-7539
  3. Check-out Hackberry Tree Farm
    Found in the furthest southeast corner of Kansas, Hackberry Tree Farm calls Galena, Kansas, home. The beautiful Midwest offers a great place for Hackberry. It’s pretty much 20 miles West of Joplin, MO.

Bing news feed

  1. OUTDOORS: Texas rattlers aren’t always snakes
    It took a few moments of squinting through a brightly sunlit tangle of mesquite and hackberry tree branches, but I finally spotted the buck moving downwind as he closed the distance between us. The buck was a young six-pointer and certainly not a ...
  2. Saturday afternoon at Hazel Bazemore
    On the way out of the park, cheerful bands of northern cardinals, composed primarily of males, worked their way through a row of hackberry trees and the small shrubs and grass below them. A solitary long-billed curlew passed overhead, and the identity of a ...
  3. Conservation trees available from K-State
    Bare-root deciduous trees: baldcypress, black cherry, black oak, black walnut, black walnut stratified seed, bur oak, cherrybark oak, chinkapin oak, cottonwood, hackberry, lacebark elm, northern red oak, pawpaw, pecan, pecan stratified seed, persimmon ...
tree cuttingdowntree hackberrytree
The largest Hackberry tree on our property. It looks pretty good from this side, but the side facing the house was rotten. You could stick your finger into the trunk! If it had fallen, it would have taken some of...
Photo by Ms Midnight Maniac on Flickr

tree cuttingdowntree hackberrytree
The largest Hackberry tree on our property. It looks pretty good from this side, but the side facing the house was rotten. You could stick your finger into the trunk! If it had fallen, it would have taken some of...
Photo by Ms Midnight Maniac on Flickr

tree cuttingdowntree hackberrytree
The largest Hackberry tree on our property. It looks pretty good from this side, but the side facing the house was rotten. You could stick your finger into the trunk! If it had fallen, it would have taken some of...
Photo by Ms Midnight Maniac on Flickr

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