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Anonymous 11/02/20 (Mon) 13:49:22295315 (2)No.11410565

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Anonymous 11/02/20 (Mon) 14:16:09 295315 (2) No.11410999 >>11411019 >>11411027 >>11411043 >>11411102 >>11411116 >>11411152 >>11411161 >>11411204 >>11411206 >>11411207 >>11411232

>>11410914 "Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for him; do not fret when people succeed in their ways, when they carry out their wicked schemes. Refrain from anger and turn from wrath; do not fret—it leads only to evil. For those who are evil will be destroyed, but those who hope in the Lord will inherit the land. A little while, and the wicked will be no more; though you look for them, they will not be found. But the meek will inherit the land and enjoy peace and prosperity. The wicked plot against the righteous and gnash their teeth at them; but the Lord laughs at the wicked, for he knows their day is coming. The wicked draw the sword and bend the bow to bring down the poor and needy, to slay those whose ways are upright. But their swords will pierce their own hearts, and their bows will be broken." Psalm 37:-15


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Anonymous 11/02/20 (Mon) 14:18:53 9762b8 (8) No.11411043 >>11411103


>>11410999 >>11410565 >295315 The Full Story Behind the Controversial Rose Garden Redesign From a dearth of crab apple trees to the very issue of roses, the newly unveiled garden has sparked reactions far and wide By Mitchell Owens August 27, 2020 The Rose Garden photographed in spring 1963 while in full bloom. The Rose Garden, photographed in spring 1963 while in full bloom. Photo: Getty Images Who knew that 10 crab apple trees gone AWOL could spark nationwide outrage? But such was the case on Saturday, when first lady Melania Trump’s under-wraps renovation of the White House’s world-famous Rose Gardecreated for President John F. Kennedy in 1962by the philanthropist and garden designer Rachel “Bunny” Lambert Mellowas unveiled to the press, and the ethereal, pink-flowering ornamentals were nowhere to be seen. The boxwood-delineated north and south parterres of the West Wing area had also been revised: Sweeps of largely white roses trucked in, and expanses of limestone, looking raw in the bright August sunshine, framed the central lawn.


Per Eric Groft of Oehme, van Sweden, Mrs. Trump prefers pastel flowers, hence the current abundance of John F. Kennedy and Pope John Paul II white roses, relieved here and there by Peace roses in pink and cream. (Seasonal bulbs and annuals will populate the zigzag borders that front the parterres’ triangular compartments.) Gardeners across America were startled by the roses seen blooming at Saturday’s opening, because the aforementioned varieties do poorly in Washington’s hellish summer heat and humidity. Never fear: They are merely pretty placeholders and likely won’t be around long. As Groft explains, the garden team’s decision-making took longer than expected, meaning that climate-appropriate roses of sufficient size could not be found in time for the early August groundbreaking. Guillot saved the day by gathering large blooming bushes from a Long Island nursery and which would look suitably lush during Saturday’s unveiling if handled with care.

https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/the-full-story-behind-the-controversial-rose-garden-redesign

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