"Adding to what has already been posted: far too many b&b plants are coming out of nurseries with poor root systems or having been planted too beep in nursery We must be able to get a look at the root ball at planting in order to correct any…"
"Interesting perspective. Starting small with a few fruits or veggies is good for urban dwellers in my opinion, but this scenario highlights the need for a thriving agricultural sector. I'm encouraged to see the spread of smaller…"
How r u? I havent log in on this site for a long while til prompted by your message. There were many landscape contractors involved with the huge gardens by the bay's proj. I will try get the list for you asap. You cld reach me at my direct email add; firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you! I'm also very exited about Leipzig. Have you been to Zurich, the Masoala hall (Vogt Landscape architects)? Thats the next place i wanna visit. Or the Eden project in Cornwall...There are so many places to go to...
I am still looking for a project for my thesis. The one i had got cancelled, it was perfect...designing a tropical greenhouse w/ mainly rare plants but also some animals. But it's hard to find another greenhouse project. So maybe it's gonna be something for Humbolt penguins. But you are right, every animal is special and needs something special and it's perfect to have been a zoo keeper before.
Thank you for that information. I already know zoolex, it's pretty good though. But i am still hoping to find a nice book about what is important when you are planning for animals. or an interesting zoo architecture book. I have a brochure from Dr. Salzert and a nice book from August Künzel and some books for zookeepers. but its not the same like looking for example for "small gardens".
Are you also interested in greenhouses? If you ever go to Europe, you should go in may and visit the Royal Greenhouses Laeken in Bruxelles. They are only open 3 weeks a year but they are amazing. I've just been there because of my thesis and was stunned. it's unbelievable beautiful!
i was looking through the forum because i was searching for literature or informations about zoo design, thats how i got to your page and your website. I must say, it really looks like a dreamjob, isn't it?
Have a nice day!
it's been a long while and hey it's great to see you here too. thanks for your monthly web updates which i'm still receiving in my zoo email address. congrats for running your own business and wish i had to guts to do the same. wishing you all the best .
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