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  1. eisman

    The 2021 Garden, Landscape, and Other Stuff Thread...

    The rhododendron are blooming here, as are the azaleas.
  2. eisman

    Traditional Knives (Customs Only)

    Charlie that Norfolk is exceptional. I never commissioned a knife with him; picked most up "used", but I'd like to think I would have ordered a neat little package like that. What I like about Ken's work is he never seemed to have a problem with multi blade patterns. Most guys are content to...
  3. eisman

    Traditional Knives (Customs Only)

    I can't find one, and frankly I'm not real sure I know where the knife is. I know there's at least one more Ken did in this pattern somewhere. I've got/had 5-6 of his knives over the past 10+ years.
  4. eisman

    Traditional Knives (Customs Only)

    That's a knife I've suggested it would be nice to have as the forum knife. I believe GEC could do this without any major redesigns.
  5. eisman

    The unofficial, non binding, carries no weight, 2021 forum knife possibility discussion thread

    This is why, as I said when we started down this path, we need to come up with a number and then take that to the manufacturer. To just agree to an open ended production or the funding of such, is not good business. People who rarely have anything to do with this forum are ruining a good thing...
  6. eisman

    The 2021 Garden, Landscape, and Other Stuff Thread...

    That's a good deal! I paid $120 for a 6' Arborvitae to fill in for one that wasn't taking in my yard just a month ago. I don't remember exactly what I paid for the last Japanese Maple I bought but it had to be over $100. I have to pull up cypress every year as I get seedlings from all the...
  7. eisman

    The 2021 Garden, Landscape, and Other Stuff Thread...

    Lavender. I stuck some around my Arborvitea and they look good there too. You can drive down our roads and see just how high the deer will graze on Arborvitea and they trim the plants into a concave shape up to about the 4' mark.
  8. eisman

    The 2021 Garden, Landscape, and Other Stuff Thread...

    A couple things that do well for me, if you want a bushy type plant are Lavender and Catmint. The Catmint dries out and needs to be trimmed to the ground in the winter, but comes back in the spring and makes a really nice green mound with purple flowers the bees love for 2+ months late summer...
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