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  1. Beautiful Stone Fountain (Lizard Design) Size: Height: 80 cm Width: 60 cm info@bestplace.biz 6657-5555 Price: 150 USD
  2. Keith Woolford

    Plants and Pets Guide

    This illustrated guide lists common plants which are friendly to pets, and those which are not.
  3. Selling a beautiful large Fountain with pump system (never used) Price: 450 USD Measurement: H 1,50 meter L 1,31 meter W 0,60 meter Basin depth 36cm Email: claudia@bestplace.biz
  4. Bryant and Sharna are moving to the Boquete/Chiriqui area permanently February 1, 2018 and seek a mid to long term sit to get us started. We have local friends and references. As retired professionals, global travelers and fur baby parents, we are capable of providing many services for your home, pets and/or hospitality business. Capable B&B and property managers, we are comfortable with the many challenges serving a variety of cultures and lifestyles. And we speak a bit of Spanish, badly. Bryant was a commercial/residential general contractor and he can build, maintain or repair just about anything. His hobbies include fine woodworking, furniture refinishing and tinkering with how to live green. Sharna was a global technology consultant and also served as a non-profit board member providing service dogs to families and veterans, and as a pet photographer for the Humane Society. Hobbies include dog training and grooming, healthy lifestyle & gluten free cooking, home accent/interior design, home organization, travel blogging, gardening and photography. We have been property owners, landlords and renters and that experience gives us perspective with many property related challenges from all viewpoints. Responsible, trustworthy, friendly, fun and open minded, non smokers and adaptable to just about any situation. As parents and fosters to both cats and dogs we are comfortable with administering medicines, special foods and tender loving care. We have two of our own senior dogs that will be with us. Max is a Sheltie and Bear is a Pekingese. They get along with just about every four-footed being, including yours! Whatever your home or pets require, let us know and we will take care of it. Yes, we have references for our home sits and our character, as do our dogs. Note: we are currently engaged on a house sitting project until mid January 2018 in the U.S. Contact us now to arrange for sits beginning February 1, 2018! Viendo hacia adelante!
  5. Jaramillo Gardeners trip to Carla Black's amazing Garden and Heliconia Farm in Volcan Sunday July 2, 2017 9:00 am tour by Carla Black Meet at 7:30 am at San Francisco Plaza in Alto Boquete to carpool to Volcan Free event Please RSVP here so we can get a count of how many cars and rides are needed. This is Carla's 9th Annual Heliconia Plant Sale and Garden Open House. (Sat and Sun July 1 and 2) Special tour for the garden club on Sunday July 2 at 9 am. 55+ varieties of Heliconias for sale. (Carla, President of the Heliconia Society International, is a plant explorer and expert horticulturist with a huge collection of heliconias and tropicals displayed in her wonderful gardens. Also waterlilies, bromeliads and other plants will be for sale. Don't miss this annual event. Plant list: http://heliconiagardenpa.wixsite.com/heliconiagarden http://www.heliconia.org/
  6. Join the Jaramillo Gardeners this Monday, June 5th at 9:00 a.m. to tour the amazing......... Butterfly Garden and Laboratory at The Honey Farm in Boquete. Emily has generously offered this tour (regular price $10) for our group at $3.00 each. MUST RSVP - email me carefreecynthia@gmail.com Meet at the Yeny market (aka Milky Burger) at the Y intersection above Boquete. Wear closed shoes please. Bring cash for the wonderful honey and gift shop. We need a minimum of 15 people to get this price.
  7. Please join us on February 24, 2017 for a visit to Bobi and John McGann's amazing rock landscaping project in Montana Verde on Jaramillo. Under the supervision of Steven Walker their property is evolving into a maze of pathways and inviting seating and viewing areas. Nestled between two streams the views are stunning . The property creates a soothing eco-friendly atmosphere. Meet me at San Francisco Plaza at 8:30am4 wheel vehicles recommended. Please RSVP to Katnukesu@ aol.com Jaramillo Gardeners
  8. Calling all Birders! Jaramillo Gardeners Trip to Oasis Linda. January 30, 2017, Monday 8:15 am. Meet at San Francisco Plaza to follow our tour leader, Dr Peter Sterling to this private estate on the other side of Potrerillos. $5 donation (benefits the Library) per person. Three hour visit, short talk with Linda, and time on your own to bird watch or collect cuttings and seeds, swim, take photos, eat your lunch, enjoy the gardens and water features, etc. Originally a citrus farm, this property has been 'wildscaped' to provide habitat for birds, butterflies and wildlife. Linda Scott is a photographer and has captured many rarely-seen birds on the farm, with over 350 species identified. She has given a talk at BCP Tuesday Talks showcasing her amazing photographs. See the link below... You are welcome to collect seeds and plant cuttings of the many native plants. Absolutely must wear long pants, long sleeves, and closed shoes. Bring swimsuit, binoculars, camera, bug spray, garden shears, plastic bags or a box for cuttings and seeds that you collect. Bring lunch and drinks if you want to picnic. https://oasislinda.shutterfly.com/
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    Jaramillo Gardeners Trip to Finca Tangara, Palmira January 18, 2017, Wednesday 10 am. $5 donation (benefits the Library) per person for informative tour and consulting by Peter Sterling. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp Join us for a trip to Peter Sterling's beautiful farm - citrus, coffee, and native plant nursery, overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Palmira, Panama. The garden club went here a couple years ago and it remains one of our most popular trips ever! Plants - trees, shrubs, fruiting, flowers, etc will be for sale - all proceeds benefit the Boquete Library. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp. Bring small bills for the donation and to purchase plants. Wear long pants and closed shoes or you will be bug lunch! FYI - there is mud on farms...
  10. Jaramillo Gardeners Trip to Finca Tangara, Palmira January 18, 2017, Wednesday 10 am. $5 donation (benefits the Library) per person for informative tour and consulting by Peter Sterling. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp Join us for a trip to Peter Sterling's beautiful farm - citrus, coffee, and native plant nursery, overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Palmira, Panama. The garden club went here a couple years ago and it remains one of our most popular trips ever! Plants - trees, shrubs, fruiting, flowers, etc will be for sale - all proceeds benefit the Boquete Library. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp. Bring small bills for the donation and to purchase plants. Wear long pants and closed shoes or you will be bug lunch! FYI - there is mud on farms... Directions if not carpooling: Finca Tangara is about 6.5 kilometers from Alto Boquete, Plaza San Francisco. Turn right at Plaza San Francisco onto Palmira road; go straight and continue through Palmira Centro (past the Jungla). Keep going past the Hacienda Esmeralda dairy and beneficio (on the left). Our driveway is the first left after the beneficio. There is a small roofed bus stop just before our drive. The sign is before the bus stop but hard to see. Come down the drive past the caretaker’s house 200m to the main house.
  11. Jaramillo Gardeners Trip to Finca Tangara, Palmira January 18, 2017, Wednesday 10 am. $5 donation (benefits the Library) per person for informative tour and consulting by Peter Sterling. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp Join us for a trip to Peter Sterling's beautiful farm - citrus, coffee, and native plant nursery, overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Palmira, Panama. The garden club went here a couple years ago and it remains one of our most popular trips ever! Plants - trees, shrubs, fruiting, flowers, etc will be for sale - all proceeds benefit the Boquete Library. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp. Bring small bills for the donation and to purchase plants. Wear long pants and closed shoes or you will be bug lunch! FYI - there is mud on farms... Directions if not carpooling: Finca Tangara is about 6.5 kilometers from Alto Boquete, Plaza San Francisco. Turn right at Plaza San Francisco onto Palmira road; go straight and continue through Palmira Centro (past the Jungla). Keep going past the Hacienda Esmeralda dairy and beneficio (on the left). Our driveway is the first left after the beneficio. There is a small roofed bus stop just before our drive. The sign is before the bus stop but hard to see. Come down the drive past the caretaker’s house 200m to the main house.
  12. My employee is constructing a cover for my garden. There is not a peak in the middle. The water will drain to one side of the garden. On one side, the tubos set in concrete are 7 feet high. On the opposite side he set tubos 6 feet high. The space between the two sides is 12 feet. There will be carriolas welded every four feet from one side to the other for the 30-foot length of the garden to support a plastic cover. He just welded the first carriola today from the 7-foot side across to the 6-foot side. I called a halt to the procedure because it sure looks to me that a one-foot difference between 12 feet will not provide sufficient drainage of the rain. He may have to remove that first carriola and cut the 6-foot tubos to a shorter length. Can someone please give me the correct advice about how much shorter the one side should be in order to provide proper drainage of the rain? I looked on the internet and all the information about "ratios," etc. is beyond my comprehension. Thanks!
  13. Am looking for this bush I see around Boquete. When it blooms, it has all three colors at the same time--white, lavendar & purple. I would like several for my garden if anyone knows where to get them.
  14. Price has been reduced to $349,900. See website for details. http://www.boquetecasa.com/
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