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sunnyporter

09:08AM | 07/02/10
Member Since: 06/02/09
9 lifetime posts
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I've always wanted to be able to sit on a rooftop terrace, enjoy a beautiful sunset, drink a glass of wine, and have a small garden to pass the time and add beauty. Is there anyone out there that has one, or has helped to create one who might be able to offer me some insight to the first steps to take to make this happen? Some sort of a checklist I could go by as a reference. Just wanted to make sure all the plants and flowers will survive in their pots and plant beds since they will be on the roof and not rooted in the ground!

Appreciate any help!!

Rusdianto

09:37PM | 12/22/10
Member Since: 12/22/10
3 lifetime posts
web site is very nice, thank you I can share the experience, I really like to repair homes and the like. I have some articles about it please visit the url below

http://www.home-improvement-financing.net/home-improvement-financing.htm

Rusdianto

09:37PM | 12/22/10
Member Since: 12/22/10
3 lifetime posts
web site is very nice, thank you I can share the experience, I really like to repair homes and the like. I have some articles about it please visit the url below

http://www.home-improvement-financing.net/home-improvement-financing.htm
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