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Trinity Gardens – Open Hearts & Dirty Fingernails

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 BILLY GOODNICK helpful negative off topic

2011-10-30 06:48 AM

Flicka: Thanks for noting my article in Sunset. Just to be clear, the garden was designed by Rob Steiner; I provided the observations and critique. Just happy to be on Sunset's radar.


 FLICKA helpful negative off topic

2011-10-30 06:31 AM

Wonderful, thanks for the report. Also, I was excited when reading my new Sunset Magazine, a beautiful garden that interested me was done by, "Santa Barbara-based landscape architect Billy Goodnick". Great Job, Billy! (P. 46-48 in November Sunset)


 BILLY GOODNICK helpful negative off topic

2011-10-29 03:45 PM

Comment 227667: Good questions, and I regret to say that my interview and research didn't dig that deep. Your best bet is to connect with Judy or Adam to find out more detail. Adam is a landscape contractor, and I know he and his crews have been very involved in the initial work so far.


 COMMENT 227667 helpful negative off topic

2011-10-29 10:27 AM

The whole project looks really wonderful, so well planned. That barren land will be beautiful when they finish.

How long do they anticipate the project will take before the planting begins and do they have a professional to do the digging for the gopher mesh and the fencing or is it all being done by volunteers? One more question.....what type of irrigation will be available for the watering of the plants and trees?


 COMMENT 227666 helpful negative off topic

2011-10-29 10:25 AM

Very cool!


 COMMENT 227633P helpful negative off topic

2011-10-29 09:11 AM

California pepper tree = Peruvian pepper tree, Schinus molle, a dicot, is a tree that is not native to California; it was introduced from elsewhere and naturalized in the wild.

In the United States, either S. molle or its close relative Schinus terebinthifolius is particularly invasive in Florida and Hawaii, and can also be found in southern Arizona, southern California, Texas, Louisiana and Puerto Rico.[6]


 COMMENT 227631 helpful negative off topic

2011-10-29 09:07 AM

What a wonderful project, I live in the neighborhood... can't wait to see it come to fruition.


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