CaseFan Large 5 Poplar Trees Wall Stickers Art Mural Wallpaper for Kid Baby Nursery Livingroom Background Vinyl Removable DIY Decals 133.9x102.4",White

by CaseFan
Price: $54.99
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  • It can be suitable for any clean,dry,smooth surface.Easy peel and stick ,removable and waterproof
  • Self-adhesive tree wall sticker ,home decoration DIY item
  • Make you easy to decorate your home and have a new visual impact

Product description

Size:Recommend size:340x260cm/133.9x102.4",it comes on layout,finish on wall size all depend on your preference ;
Package Quantity: 1PCS/Set;
Material:Very eco-friendly vinyl from China;
Please note:They can be suitable for walls, mirrors, doors, windows, furniture and any dry smooth clean suface.Not suit for mixed wall or new brush with wet wall.
The product you received only on layout.This item is a DIY prodcut,it need some time and patiences to peel and stick together by yourself.

4' Artificial Topiary Spiral Boxwood Trees (Set of 2) by Seven Oaks | Highly Realistic Potted Decorative Buxus Shrubs | Fake Plastic Plants for Home / Garden | Indoor & Outdoor Use | UV Protected

Price: $174.74
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  • INSTALL EASILY: This set of fake decorative Buxus plants comes pre-potted in a plastic, 7" W / 5.9" H pot and is easy to use right out of the box. The shrubs can also be installed directly into the ground or in a decorative planter for an even more natural result. NOTE: Usually the leaves will need some re-shaping by hand after shipping, as they can get slightly deformed in some places during shipping.
  • SHAPE UP YOUR INDOOR & OUTDOOR SPACES: Keep your home décor, garden, office, reception area or business looking crisp and sharp, without spending time on gardening and maintenance. Our highly realistic, spiral topiary boxwood trees will introduce an irresistible sense of exclusivity and elegance to any setting and draw your guests' eyes with their unique charm and style.

Product description

Add Interest to Your Garden Entrance with a Set of Highly Artful, Artificial Topiary Boxwood Trees by Seven Oaks!

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Whether you're looking to achieve a casual or formal style of garden or home décor, these beautiful, artificial topiary boxwood shrubs are a great idea to freshen up your space and add vigor and style.

With approx. 1450, 4 layered, leathery, waxy leaves per tree and a lush, highly realistic, shade of green, these boxwood trees will not only look real, but they will feel real, as well!

You can use them in the plastic pot, transfer them to a decorative container of your choice or install them directly into the ground for the ultimate natural look!

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How To Eat A Beaver

I have never eaten a beaver. Well, that’s not entirely true but let’s just say I have never eaten the largest rodent in North America…Castor canadensis (which sounds like a vaginal infection to me). Anyway, we have many beavers on our farm in Maine that are flooding our fields and they have become a true nuisance, hence the farm’s name, Bad Beaver Farm. I decided I would like to trap these beavers and eat them.

Since my decision to be a beaver eater, I have received a fair amount of criticism. One (former) Facebook friend even called me “Satanic” for wanting to eat these adorable, smart rodents. Here’s my reasoning: I don’t want to eat meat from the supermarkets anymore. The genetically modified “chickens” are a scientific horror story. These “birds” are featherless and, by 12 weeks of age, their breasts are so heavy that they can’t walk and they have to crawl to their food. Big fat globs of featherless, wingless poultry meat crawling on the floor for food. Horrifying. And now, with the expose’ of the “pink slime” engineered meat in all the news, this just reinforces my determination to try to provide as much protein by our own means as possible.

I told my self-righteous, judgmental Facebook critics that unless they were total vegans and didn’t support the US meat industry and if they didn’t wear leather shoes, belts or man-purses—to back off and never give me shit about this.

A week after I brought my little mink to be skinned, I went back to my new friend, Harris, to pick it up. I walked into Harris’s big workspace and there he was sitting on a little stool almost lost amidst all the hanging coyote and fox pelts. He was working on a beaver that was hanging from a large hook from the ceiling. He was busy with his knife skillfully removing the pelt from the carcass. He still had on his little pork-pie hat and the pipe was firmly clamped in his mouth.

I said, “Hi, Harris! Did you miss me?”

He looked up from his dangling...

ZeaChem Poplar Tree Harvesting - narrated long version

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    Edmonton came up on Ogren's radar when he came across a website advising people in Edmonton not to plant female willow or poplar trees because of the mess. He began exchanging emails with Wheeler who says she looks forward to his visit and what the
  2. weku 200-Year-Old Tree Cut Down
    By Brenna Angel, Kentucky Public Radio Decay and vandalism have finally taken their toll on a 200-year-old yellow poplar in Woodland Park. The city hired Big Beaver Tree Service to cut it down this week. Owner Ian Hoffman estimates the poplar was about
  3. Fair Lakes Girl Honored at Ball
    By Bonnie Hobbs Fairfax — Skyler Hundley, a 9-and-a-half-year-old fourth-grader at Poplar Tree Elementary, lives with her parents, John and Stacey, twin sister Jordan and little brother Christian, 5, in Fair Lakes. An active girl, she likes riding her
  4. Yellow Advertiser Rare tree planted in park for jubilee
    A RARE tree has been planted in Harrow Lodge Park to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Havering mayor Melvin Wallace carried out the planting duties with the black poplar tree sapling, which was donated by Aylesbury Vale District Council.
  5. BBC News Beetle outbreak in Paddock Wood 'threatens trees'
    A beetle outbreak in Kent is threatening broad leaf trees and shrubs, according to the Food and Environmental Research Agency (Fera). Larvae of the Asian longhorn beetle have been found in a poplar tree by the Forestry Commission at Paddock Wood.

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  1. #news #about OSU’s Trysting Tree to be named a state Heritage Tree: The tree, a gray poplar which was plante... #uk
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  3. The construction on poplar tree is quite annoying
  4. Poplar Tree people are driven by love, and yet their love is very fragile; even the smallest things may cause them to fall apart. #Truth
  5. RT @GardenCentres: Brambledown/Poplar Tree Garden Centre have continued their sponsorship @Durhamcricket for 2012 & will be attending tomorrows Media Day.


  1. The genus Populus has about 35 different species. Poplar, aspens and cottonwoods belong to this genus.
  2. Poplar tree is commonly known as aspen and cottonwood. It belongs to a populus genus that is made of about 35 species of deciduous flowering plants which belong to the family Salicaceae.
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  1. China’s Poplar Trees: A Spring Nuisance That Snows White Fluff
    When spring arrives in China, few things are as loathed as the fuzzy, flamboyant poplar trees. They were planted by the millions in Chairman Mao’s day as a quick and cheap way to bring greenery to landscapes across China that were devastated by poverty ...
  2. Trees grown for shade, shelter and fodder on remote farm
    The work is part of a national trial of experimental poplars, populus maximowiczii x trichocarpa, bred at Plant & Food Research for the New Zealand Poplar and Willow Research Trust. The experimental trees are planted with several commercial poplar clones ...
  3. How to treat trees now to save them from 3 killers
    Sooty canker is caused by a fungus that attacks many different plants but seems to favor apple, poplar and cottonwood trees. It is also particularly devastating to the mulberry tree population in the St. George area. As one of the strongest trees ...
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