16 Jan

Robin Home & Garden Unveils New Deals

Robin Home & Garden has announced fantastic deals and savings offers on a whole range of Home & Garden products that can help consumers buy items of their choice at affordable prices during the upcoming holiday season.

It’s that time of the year when people want to bring about positive changes in their lives and homes. But with Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Black Friday, Cyber Monday fast approaching, they know how difficult it can be to buy garden and other indoor dcor related products from the stores. Robin Home & Garden offers them the convenience of shopping from wherever they are and make good savings for themselves too.

The dedicated store has an expansive range of options; from cleaning products to Furniture that users can now find in one place. All they have to do is go through different categories of products and pick the best options for themselves. Thus while they are saved a lot of time and hassle, they will also be pleased to find deals that let them make decent savings too.

Here are some of the offers they can find in the Furniture section of the store

South Shore Furniture 54- Lazer Captain Bed, full, black onyx is available at a substantially reduced price of $349.99.

Ameriwood Office L-Shaped Desk with 2 shelves in Dark Cherry color has $50 off and is now available at $89.

Shoe Rack Organizer Storage Bench that can store up to 20 pairs of shoes is on sale for $24.99.

Those looking for Patio Furniture can find Tommy Bahama 2015 Sand Anchor 7 feet Beach Umbrella with Tilt and Telescoping light for $42.98

Suncast SSW1200 Mocha Resin Wicker 22 Gallon Storage seat is another option for people’s gardens that’s available on discounts.

There are several other products with their unique features that users can shop for at Robin Home & Garden. The store also offers them useful information about these products so that they can make a smart decision. But above all, these holiday season offers make it the place to shop for people looking to add that extra something to their indoor and outdoor spaces.

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14 Jan

Why I Chose to Grow My Own Flower Garden

I live in Fargo, North Dakota with my wife and two children. And there’s a reason my wife’s been humming the melody from an old classic, “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers Anymore”, sung by Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond. It’s because I don’t bring her flowers anymore. She put a halt to it. She stated that with the high price of flowers these days, especially her favorite roses, we had to put our money on more practical things.

I know she misses seeing the flower delivery person’s smiling face, though, on Valentine’s Day or her birthday. I don’t want to brag, but I was a bit of a master when choosing just the right arrangement for her. And don’t think I’m talking about just when we were dating either. I continued to bring her flowers long after we said “I do”. The arrangements were always vibrant with her favorite color yellow and had such a lovely fragrance that I know it was difficult for her to give them up.

Then one day I woke up. Even though we live in a climate where we have spring and summer for only about five or six months out of the year, I figured I could still give her a “gift of flowers”, but it would just look a bit different than what she had become accustomed to. I would plant a lovely garden with her favorite flowers in it.

Now, how to get such a project started? I knew that unless I could make it affordable, my wife would still be singing that same old tune when it came to how much it cost.

To this point in my life, I had never grown anything. I was determined I could learn. I started out by planting one of her favorites, Shasta Daisies. I found out the particulars on it this past summer, took a deep breath, and started my garden. Here are the specifics on the flower seed I decided to plant, you need to find out the same information on whatever you decide to plant: *She has a yellow center (maybe only important to my wife, I admit).

*She grows from early spring through September and is known as a perennial (meaning this flower grows back on its own from year to year). Wow; I’m picking up some new vocabulary words already.

*She doesn’t need a lot of water just in case, as a novice, you forget to water her.

*She takes only two weeks to start growing.

*She will stay fresh after you’ve picked her for a big, beautiful bouquet for at least two weeks.

I know it seems silly that I am talking about this plant as if it was a human being but this garden was becoming “my baby”.

And, one more thing; I forgot there were some garden tools I would need, like a hoe and rake. Don’t get your “grubby” clothes on and then remember a trip to the hardware store is needed before you can “break ground”.

It was great fun that first summer watching all my hard work paying off with those beautiful flowers growing in my garden. I presented my wife with a beautiful bouquet for her birthday in July. That felt great! I definitely plan to continue this new hobby of mine. It sure is odd how some of the more negative events in each of our lives end up bringing us the most fun and rewarding experiences.

5 Jan

Different Styles Of Garden Lighting

Gardens offer benefits to a home. They are one of the best ways to increase the beauty of any home, and to add a touch of nature, and tranquility. Not only that, but they can serve many purposes and can be used as an extension of your living space.

It is important to put some effort and thought into decorating your garden. One of the important aspects of garden decor is the garden lighting. Lighting is something that can really transform a garden. It not only serves a functional purpose, but also helps improve the ambiance, and atmosphere of your garden. The right lighting can really make all the difference.

There are many styles of garden lighting. If you have a walking path in your garden, you can go for path lighting. These can be small lights, which illuminate the path as it goes along. These can be placed at regular intervals along the path. Path lights not only add beauty, but also help you see the path at night. Similarly, step lighting can be used to highlight the steps of any other unsafe areas in your garden.

If you have a pond or any other water feature in your garden, you can go for marine lighting. These can be around the water source or even under the water. These lights look beautiful, and add a very surreal beauty to the garden. In addition, they bring attention to your water feature, which is one of the most essential parts of your garden. Another type of lighting which is perfect for aesthetic use is shadow lighting. If you have large plants or flowers in your garden, you can use shadow lighting, which creates a very dramatic effect by projecting their shadows on the walls.

Another type of lighting is down lighting. In this type of lighting, objects are illuminated from above, which gives a very natural effect. Up lighting, on the other hand, includes lighting from below, which is mostly used for highlighting focal points in the garden. These can be placed at the foot of trees or plants to illuminate them.

Make sure that the type of lighting you are using is appropriate for your garden. Do not use too many different types of lightings, as these can have a negative effect on your garden’s beauty. Always remember that lighting should serve a functional and aesthetic purpose, so do not only focus on one aspect.

25 Dec

Garden Sheds May Be Used For More Than Just Storage

Many individuals consider their garden shed as just a repository, but have you ever considered unconventional uses for your garden shed? Garden sheds are popular for maintaining garden tools, lawnmowers, and equipment. But they really are versatile, and individuals are starting to notice them as useful for other purposes too.

In this day and age, people are out to get the utmost value from a shed, and are discovering its capability as a workshop, storage house, or even a greenhouse. Modern sheds are more than simply sheds, and are available in different sizes, and made from many different materials that make them extremely adaptable. A big plus is that it is not required to go out trying to find a shed at local suppliers. Its quite easy to utilize your home computer and check online for the best offers for garden sheds.

Besides merely using your garden shed for storage you might set it up as a greenhouse possibly. This is a remarkable opportunity that the latest types of small outdoor buildings enable you to do. A number of people choose to make their shed into a small workshop, instead of use their garage as an example. This way, your tools and projects can be set out in an ordered approach, and be kept safe between work sessions. So, as you can see, garden sheds and storage to go hand-in-hand but you will discover numerous other uses for them as well. Before committing to buy one though, it’s best to bear in mind what kind of shed you should go for.

You’ll soon see, after you are considering purchasing a garden shed that there are three primary sorts of material used in their making. Namely, wood, metal, and plastic, and most are produced largely from one or the other. Most individuals are familiar with the standard wood structures that you notice in the garden. These types of storage units appear nice, however they require continual maintenance to keep them looking good and also to keep them waterproofed.

The next type of shed for your garden is a metal one. You can’t deny the strength and resilience of sheds created from metal. These metal structures within your garden don’t come across as nice as the wooden ones, although they’ll last longer. Although, because there is the likelihood of corrosion, a little upkeep might be required.

Finally, there is the modern plastic kind of storage shed. Plastic garden storage sheds are becoming awfully trendy these days, and individuals are starting to recognize the numerous features of plastic garden sheds and storage. Nearly all are of quality construction, manufactured from heavily molded plastic like polyethylene or PVC. They need nearly no maintenance and are particularly durable. The very best thing is that they cost significantly less than metal or wood storage units.

19 Dec

Maintain your dream garden with your gardening skills

Spending hours of time with plants and flowers can easily warm up your mood and can bring positive vibes around you. Flowers and plants are the beautiful creation. We manage them in a selective way within our location and named them as dream garden. Having a garden of your dream at your own place can change your home to special and peaceful place like heaven. Every person has the dream of having garden on their front yard or back yard. But having a garden on your place is not an easy work. We have lots of things to care about like designing, cleaning and maintaining it.

Garden not only for the purpose of show of your home. It also maintain the freshness in your home environment. Whenever we feel some uneasiness and stress at ending of the day, you prefer to have a walk on your yard and garden. The flow of the cool air and fresh fragments from the fresh flowers of your own garden can easily made your day.

Generally gardening is preferred for the peace of a mind. But also taken as a fashion and competition now a days. Who have the beautiful garden in the society? How they maintain it? And many more questions arises and you always tries to make the best one among them.

To make the best garden among all, we uses lots of tools and designs to maintain and decorate our garden which could be the artificial as well as the natural resources also. But simply using some old stuffs also can make vast difference and make it the awesome one. We can use our old chairs, broken glasses, pots, stones, shoes, plastic bottles, boxes and many more stuff as the useful and decorative sources. Using the old stuffs can increase the attractive pattern on your garden, even you can create a fairy world on a corner of your garden. And can hang out there on any time and feel your fairy dream garden and enjoy.

Nowadays everybody has a busy and tired schedule. So having a dream garden and spending some time serving it may sound impossible. There are lots of service provider who serves for garden designing, garden cleaning, garden maintenance and gardeners to the particular area. Which makes us easier to maintain our garden with our expectations. And you can feel the peace and positive vibes all over the air.

18 Dec

Gardens through the Ages

As a pursuit built as much on our own foresight as it is on our creativity, it is important to reflect on the schools of thought that drove previous horticulturalists, because, as influential as the great painters and film makers are on our artistic heritage, so of course must be the gardeners that came before you and me. So well use this article to pay some gratitude to, and hopefully learn the motivations behind, the green spaces of the past and how these reflect on those of the future.

The genesis of artistic horticulture began with one of the oldest recorded civilizations, in the Persian Empire – at its height over 3000 years ago. Gardens emerged as an organic rebuttal to the harshness of the Iranian landscape and also as a testament to the ingenuity of contemporary engineering. It was the introduction of structures now referred to qanats which made the impossible ideal of Persian design a reality. These subterranean aqueducts were originally developed as a means to combat the hostility of the surrounding desert and make plausible the mass integration of agriculture, and also of water supply. The Persian garden is famous for its contrast with the landscapes it survived in – while the renaissance horticulturalists sought to form uniformity among that which nature already provided, the eastern garden is characterized by its ambition in the face of adversity, perhaps personified by the persistence of the legends of the garden of Babylon. So emotive was this school of design, that its thematic sensibility travelled as far west as the Iberian peninsula (modern day Spain and Portugal), where the gardens of the Alhambra are a good example, and as far east as the flat lands of India, where the gardens of the Taj Mahal were laid out in the Persian style. The horticulturalists of both these countries can, like the Persians, be considered geographical victim to, and conqueror of, the arid landscape.

Despite the predating Egyptian, Roman and Hellenic empires, none had before employed gardens with such frivolity and with so great a gulf between the priorities of art and state.

The next chronological milestone in horticulture comes from what is now the longest surviving empire of the ancient world, the Chinese principality, beginning with the Qin dynasty approximately 200 BC. These projects were usually state sponsored and were often established as a form of a homage to the current imperial patriarch, the Qin dynasty, however, they took a back seat in the progression of Chinese scholarly gardening to the Yin Yang philosophy that dominated the countries academia in later centuries. This impetus stemmed from a focus on the importance of harmony and balance within, and in relation to natural setting, hence the design ideal that spread to medieval Japan, which I have mentioned in a previous editorial. Thus began the idea of microcosmic recreations of the natural landscapes of both countries, the obsession with symbolism to evoke greater scope than would be possible in the dimensions of a conventional garden, and also the inclusion of panoramic perspective to give the illusion of size. These included the use of gravel pits to signify oceans or deserts, which themselves were identified by the deliberate inclusion of rock formations to represent land masses or landmarks within these miniature environments.

Following the fragmentation of the Roman Empire, two major powers emerged in Eurasia from the remains of the old imperial senate – the Western Roman Empire fell to ruin against the hordes of Attila, while the eastern remnant would later evolve into the Byzantine Empire. The vast majority of their horticultural heritage, however, was lost with the sack of Constantinople by the Ottoman Empire and, while contemporary novels provide romanticized accounts of the techniques employed, the only solid evidence we can rely on is the context around which they were constructed, which dictated all those that came before. Due to the relative youth of orthodox Christianity, the integration of animal sculpture to the Byzantine garden was not an unreasonable concept – having not fully established the accepted religion, pagan idolatry was still rife and thus nature, as opposed to divinity, was held in much higher regard – unlike the monastic gardens that were to follow.It is reasonable to accept that these motivations continued until the demise of the empire in 1453, which leads conveniently into the subject of renaissance gardening.

Despite the stimulus of its predecessors, and the relative contrast between countries and the respective art movements in other mediums, renaissance gardeners had one common ideal: uniformity. The beginning of the renaissance and the introduction of formalized aristocracy, following the bloody medieval period, led to a new focus on regality and aesthetic symmetry, and brought with it a boom in the popularity of topiary. Hedging had become a geometric means of maintaining the lines and shape of beds and gardens and also in promoting the favoured colour of the era, which was green. Many royal and state gardens were designed with a birds eye perspective, in that the formation and shaping of hedges and beds were intended to be seen from above, which meant that, while the garden was aesthetically pleasing, it was not an interactive experience, but one whose primary function was to be observed – and observed from a distance. Excellent examples of such gardens can still be seen at Versailles and Villandry in France.

With the introduction of the Romantic Movement in the 18th century, came a particularly English focus on the revival of the pastoral imagery that over the past few centuries had become so populist in continental art. The realization of an idyllic landscape, including lakes, trees and temples, became as much a part of the fabric of horticulture, as it had of contemporary literature and painting – hence the favoured integration of livestock such as sheep and horses to the garden grew exponentially! Lancelot Capability Brown was not the first designer to employ this style, but he was perhaps the most famous, designing 170 gardens including Petworth in West Sussex, Chatsworth in Derbyshire and Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.

By the end of the romantic era, however, the class division in the country had grown to dizzying heights due to the effect of the industrial revolution, which was only further exacerbated by the First World War breaking out. Due to the pressures that global conflict produced, gardens were forced to evolve once more to be used for more practical purposes and, by the time World War Two hit, the working class was fully indoctrinated with the grow your own mentality. It became not only a personal responsibility, but a national duty, to dig for victory to ensure that, should the worst occur, one would be ready to contribute to the cause of king and country, and thus vegetable gardens became the new standard.

Once the wars were over, however, and the economy benefitted from the rule of a new and industrious government, sustainable consumption was no longer a priority for the common man, and so English culture underwent a second renaissance and what emerged were the many and varied children of a hundred older gardening cultures that we see today – but no less beautiful for it.

Finally, we must address the garden design of tomorrow, which in the wake of the 19th century industrial boom can be summarized in one word: Ecology. As well be covering in another topic this week, it has become the primary focus of both government and leading designers to ensure that our domestic gardens, as well public green spaces, are as sustainable as possible so that they, at least, may shine brightly in the shadow of our uncertain future.

16 Dec

Expanding your Horizons – Tricks to Make your Garden Look Bigger!

While an experienced gardener will have a knack for best taking advantage of the space theyve got, for example with the correct balance of small to large plants or how their borders are positioned, there is one magic trick none of us can perform and that is expanding the space itself. Of course, if Harry Houdini were here hed tell you the key to a good illusion is the mirrors, not the elephant. So as youve probably guessed, todays article concerns means of giving the appearance of a larger garden than youre actually possessed of.

Starting at ground level, we have the lines and shapes of a garden – specifically sectioned areas like lawns or paving. Due to the rectangular shape of many suburban gardens and box like connotations that geometric shapes invoke, it is often best to use fluid shapes such as circles or ovals when shaping your lawn. They not only disguise the boundaries but can also make a garden appear much wider. This can also apply to the paving that surrounds said lawns, as too many straight lines make the spaces seem constricted and unnatural. On that note, if youve a small garden, try to avoid large paving slabs as these tend to overpower the more delicate elements of a garden and, by using smaller pieces, youll be able to implement a random paved technique that no doubt will be more pleasing to the eye.

Apart from your open spaces, careful planning concerning your planting scheme is also essential to enlarging the garden as a whole. Remember the basic principle of all interior designers: lighter equals larger, while darkness means confinement. As such, your deeper toned flowers should be centralized to your borders and surrounded by lighter flowers that will relieve their oppressive connotations. Whilst surrounding the back door with crimson blooms, for example, can present an image of warmth that will be associated with the building itself, it can confine the observer, with the brighter colours fighting for your attention. Aim for lighter colours in your beds to match the greatest space you can manipulate, the sky above them. Aside from colour you should also consider the textures of your plants, finely textured plants like Rosemary will reflect light differently than the heavy foliage of a Laurel, which means that careful layering can add depth to your garden, while heavy handedness can make it look flat. Finally, you have the size of your plants which will vary depending on the type of garden youre aiming for. Simply put, bigger is better, thousands of tiny shrubs and flower heads make a garden look cluttered, whereas a bold structural scheme can attest to the size of their environment. Then theres the vertical approach – as vertical stripes make a dress seem longer, so do tall trees add a height to your garden that, even if you cant touch it, you can imagine it.

While on the subject of vertical gardening, it is important to note the value of structures like archways and pergolas. Similarly to the telescopic effect of putting your eye to a pin hole, a long corridor like this can give the illusion of length particularly if entwined with vibrant hanging flowers. There are also various perspective arches on the market which have the same effect. A garden can also be made to look longer by constructing paths that narrow in width as they progress down the plot.

Finally we have the oldest trick in the book, and one that brings us back to Mr. Houdini – mirrors. Reflective glass has been used by designers since time immemorial to double or triple the size of a room and theres no reason not to apply this beyond the home, and into the garden. Most effective when placed facing an open space such as a lawn or a pretty planting scheme, but not so as to immediately reflect the viewer as they approach, they can give the illusion of another inviting garden beyond. Their illusion can be strengthened by the addition of a view of moving water that will lend the image fluidity.

16 Dec

Various Trends Of Garden Lighting

Gardening is a very relaxing and common hobby. This hobby allows the people to get touch with the nature. Thousands of people had been gardening more than decades, if you would ever ask them what is so special about gardening, you might get hundreds of answers, and all of them will be different from each other. The most common reasons that why people prefer gardening as their hobby is because it is a good exercise, is a metaphor, is good for soul, is healthy, is a labour of love, and a way of showing passion. You will always find more than one gardeners in a town.

Gardening is not as easy as task; it needs a responsible person that can take good care of the garden because it needs to be watered daily. Garden is the best area where you can walk, sit, or lie down in order to relax your mind and body. Now a day, the gardeners are spending much of their time in its decoration. They often visit a florist shop to buy different flowers that can add beauty in their garden, but what happens when the day turn into a night? The garden lights then play its role.

The garden lighting is a key factor that brings grace to the garden during nighttime. In the daytime, the garden will look fresh, and pleasant, but during night, it will turn into an artificial paradise. There are many varieties of garden light because it is one of the most essential elements of your garden. You can add floodlighting to your garden because it involves a bright and broad light beam that can glow a large area of the garden. These lights are normally fitted in the center of large gardens.

Spotlighting is another way, but it is very rare. These lights spot a particular tree or a plant. Moonlighting is more commonly used than any other lighting, because it gives a dramatic picture of the garden. It gives a moonlight effect. Accent lighting is fixed near the ground. Its purpose is to glow, or spot the surface of the garden. Cross lighting is used to highlight the elements of the gardens such as statutes, potteries, and others. The last but not the least is the silhouette garden lighting that spots the outlines of the garden such as trees, and archways, and creates an amazing view.

14 Dec

Design Your Landscape and Garden

Landscape and garden design are umbrella terms for a variety of disciplines that focus on the practical, aesthetic and horticultural aspects of an outdoor area of land, generally attached to a property. Whilst having shared purposes, the two activities can be defined separately – landscaping focuses on the relationship of the garden with its surroundings, the integration of nature with man-made elements such as pathways or the home architecture itself, and the practical side of garden maintenance and upkeep. Garden design is traditionally concerned with the choice and distribution of various plants, flowers and shrubbery around the lawn area, but depending on the desired garden, can involve the planning and design of water features, patios, decking and garden boundaries.

When landscape or garden planning, there are key elements to be considered in each case:

Landscape Planning

Practical considerations such as climate, topography, soil and irrigation, planning permission and construction.
View the landscape in terms of things that need to be retained, modified or replaced – with attention given to how original natural features can act as ‘borrowed scenery’ for a garden.
The overall ‘genius loci’ – this term refers to the ambience or atmosphere of the garden area.
Garden Planning

What will the garden space be used for – i.e. raising vegetation, sports, relaxation.
If you are growing plants or vegetables, they need to have a cohesive growth cycle and bloom-time, to enhance the aesthetic or practical function of the garden.
What man-made elements need to be introduced? This can cover water features, raised flower beds, greenhouses, decking, paved or gravel pathways.
Planning your Garden

Starting at the front of the property, it is important to remember that your front lawn provides the first impression of a property to any visitor. While a back garden is more secluded and normally has a number of utilitarian functions (clotheslines or tool sheds, for example), the front garden connects your home to the wider surroundings, and provides a platform for aesthetic display through flower and shrubbery arrangement. Decisions must also be made about human access from the street – will you need driveways or pathways? Do areas need to be covered by gravel, paved slabs, or tarmac?

Generally the backyard is planned more with your personal recreation in mind. If you plan on entertaining guests in the garden, you might want to think about dining areas, seating, lighting and heating, and cooking structure like outdoor kitchens and barbecues. Having children can have a big influence on garden design – areas for sports such as basketball or soccer need to be devised, and the safety and positioning of elements such as ponds or pools should be a consideration.

If you are a green-fingered gardener keen on raising flowers or vegetables, it’s important to outline their arrangement before planting, to ensure maximum aesthetic value or harvest yield. You will also need to decide how to house your vegetation, whether in raised flower beds, rock gardens or greenhouses. Using the Landscape and Garden solution for ConceptDraw PRO gives you full creative control of all these factors before you even have to pick up your tools and get your hands dirty.

A Landscape and Garden Solution

You don’t need to be a professional landscaper to design a garden, and you don’t need to a technical drawing expert to use the Landscape and Garden solution for ConceptDraw PRO. The hard work has been done for you – the solution collects various libraries full of professionally designed stencils and graphics, leaving you free to concentrate on the creative aspects of your garden plan. These libraries include graphic design elements such as bushes and trees, flower and grass, ponds and fountains, garden furniture and accessories, and paths, plots and patios. Using them in combination with the handy templates included with the solution is the quickest and simplest method of starting to plan your garden design.
All this makes the solution ideal for those with any form of residential garden, and a head full of landscape ideas. Knowing that a well-designed front and back yard can really boost the resell value of your property means that proper planning and design is imperative, before you start digging holes and ripping up trees around your house. With ConceptDraw PRO you can find exactly what works for you, and works for the garden – The Landscape and Garden solution allows you to experiment with your design, and find out what it is possible to achieve with the natural space you have available.

10 Dec

Pergola Why It’s A Must Have In The Garden

A pergola is a structure that you must put up to your garden now because aside from the fact that it’s an inexpensive to build, it offers you lots of rewards as well. That’s the justification why you want to assemble it to your garden as soon as possible. A pergola is after all a must have structure in a garden.

I’m certain that at this moment, you’re imagining of the rewards that you’ll be benefitting from a pergola. Exactly, what are the rewards that you’ll be gaining from it?

Well, first, it augments the elegance of your lawn. If your garden is lacking charm and beauty, bother no more because you can easily add charm and beauty to your lawn through setting up a pergola. There’s no wonder why you can’t wait setting it up to your lawn.

Second, adding a pergola to a lawn is a brainy idea because it doesn’t only enhances its elegance but as well, it increases the worth or value of your property. That’s I believe why you’re so interested adding it up to your garden now. It’s a structure that’s worth to be constructed in the midst of a lawn.

Third, it can be the focal point of your lawn. So if you want your garden to have a center of attraction that your entire family can be proud of should you be showing the garden to your beloved guests and friends anytime soon, putting up a pergola into it is the perfect thing that you can do now.

As you noticed, a pergola is no ordinary piece of structure that you can set up to your lawn. It has positive effects to your garden and to your entire property too. That’s the rationale why its popularity is rising up continuously.

You must therefore build a pergola to your lawn at this point if you want to conquer and enjoy those wonderful rewards. So why don’t you obtain a pergola plan now?

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