Wooden Kitchen

And here the designers are trying to connect the fantasy of a simple device to do this work of art. Depending on in which room will be used clock, choose the material for the dial. This can be wood, plastic, metal, ceramics, glass, Plexiglas or even a combination of them. Hours Kitchen should be water-resistant and heat resistant: the cooking temperature in the kitchen is much higher than in other areas of the house. In the manufacture of the watch designed for conference rooms, living rooms, bedrooms, can be used more "whimsical" materials (wood, cloth) and embossed surface. Because in such premises on the dial does not get fat deposit, their purification can be performed dry, ie, the dust just wiped with a soft cloth. One of the universal material for the clock dial was MDF – boards made of wood fibers by dry pressing under high pressure and temperature. It gives the possibility implement a variety of fancy interior designers, therefore, widely used for walls, facades, furniture, interior doors.

Like wood, it perfectly processed and produces beautiful embossed surface. However, the MDF panels have several advantages: they are fairly resistant to changes in temperature and humidity in the room, and thus can be used as a "dry" rooms, and kitchens, in bathrooms, halls with fountains and mini-pools. Additionally, the decorative finish such surfaces is infinitely large: the plates can be coated with enamel, lacquer, wood veneer, PVC film, run smooth or volume, with 3D-effect. All these advantages decorative MDF panels made them an attractive material used for manufacturing various accessories for the interior, including the original clocks.

Garden Pavilions

Pavilions is set in gardens for the past many centuries, and with each generation, these designs are becoming increasingly popular. Arbour is the most popular among garden buildings. The tradition of building a pergola ancient and dates back to the earliest gardens in the world. Pergola is defined as any building in the park or garden, created for relaxation and decoration of the garden. Gazebo can be a stone or wood, with doors and glazed windows, or consisting only the light arrays placed in plain sight or hidden in the undergrowth. In any case, the gazebo, as well as for any architectural structure, we must have three basic rules: strength, beauty and functionality. Pavilions may be closed and open.

Enclosed gazebos are small buildings of various shapes and sizes, covered with a roof. Walls gazebos can be solid and latticed, the walls can not be four, but only three or two. The advantage of this type arbors is that they can be in any weather, and not just in summer but in late spring or early fall. Open pavilions are open-work dome-shaped structure, consisting of metal rods or wooden slats. Along the perimeter of this gazebo are planted in fast-growing climbing plants over a short period of Entangling gazebo, which resembles a large bush. On sunny days inside a gazebo is cozy and cool Pergolas were common even in the gardens of Egypt 5000 years ago. First of all, gazebos photos were members of the royal family. At that time it was thought that the garden – a paradise on earth, people believed that will be able to pick up your garden in the afterlife.

In this case, the frescoes painted in the tomb house plan and scheme of the garden, including the gazebo. Found frescoes date from 1400 BC In ancient Rome and Pompeii, such as construction of gazebos, were also very popular. As the population became aware erect gazebos and pavilions of summer on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Arbour with their hands is also a reality

Rock Layer

If the rock garden is located on a slope permeable soil, the drainage is not required. Otherwise, after the clearing of land for a rock garden it is covered with a layer of rubble or gravel layer of 10 cm, it poured a layer of coarse sand 5 cm, and the top layer soil without fertilizers (a mixture of bog land with the addition of sand, peat and humus). Pre-mark the paths and steps of the smaller flat stones for the care of the rock garden, plan for different lighting zones (open sun, partial shade, shadow) by the device 'valleys', 'tops', 'breaks', 'Plateau', 'terraces', 'rocks', 'Gorges' to meet the requirements of various plants. After planning to start placing stones (following the precaution, in leather gloves and sturdy shoes, rolling stones on the board along the path of the round sticks). Starting with the foot and going to the top of the gangway of planks, digging a hole (above the surface to be located half or less of the stone) and put a stone at her with a crowbar (placing layers of flat stones), pour a foundation of stone rubble and soil. Tightly rams log ground – a stone should not wobble, carefully fall asleep clay-soil turf all the voids. When laying the stones avoid geometric harmony, put them randomly, simulates mountain landscape. Planting can begin when the ground settles, after zaravnivaniya empty seats and grooves formed after the deposition. Placing plants in the alpine in rockeries can be placed not only Alpine plants, and prairie, desert, forest, meadow – if only to harmonize with gorkasozdanny alpine landscape, complementing and emphasizing the beauty of each other, making rockeries elegant year round.

Structure Of Orchids

Each orchid, exactly like all other plants have roots, leaves and stems. By the nature of the growth of orchids are divided into two groups. Some of them, with monopodial growth form, during the lifetime of developing a single main shoot, infinitely increasing its height, usually vertical. In the growing area there are fresh leaves are placed bilaterally, whereas in the old lower lobe of the stem gradually disappear. Flowers, or edenichnye collected in the inflorescence, are all the time from the side, in the leaf axils, and in any case – at the top of the shoot.

Monopodial orchids roots of the most frequently occur at the base of the stem or in the lower zone. Group monopodial Orchid relatively small. Typical representatives are the Phalaenopsis (Phalaenopsis), aerangisy (Aerangis), Vanda (Vanda) and some others. The second, much larger group of orchids with sympodial growth overlooking the main axis grows mainly in the horizontal direction and a bizarre system of annual stems from a slight increase, in which any fresh shoot reaches its maximum velechin for a season, and thereafter ceases to increase as a result of either the apical inflorescence, or death of apical buds, and the resumption of the kidney, which is near its base, the next year developing a fresh one-year escape. Annual shoots many sympodial orchids greatly thickened, even swollen and look like green onions or tubers. They are called pseudobulbs, or, more simply, bulb, not often – tuberidiyami. Bulbs are storage organs, they stored reserves of nutrients and water, allowing orchid survive long periods of drought.