Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Low Prim Landscaping Ideas & Mr. X

My pavilion is surrounded by 6 prim maple trees that come in two distinct shapes, regular and gnarled in shades of orange, pink, spring green and cherry blossom pink fastidiously created by Cube Republic.  You can copy and modify the size of these realistic trees with their hand drawn bark and intricately detailed leaves to compliment any landscape design. 

I see a lovely gift box on my tea table with a note from Mr. X –“My Darling Sita inside this box you will find something you have searched for – it is exceptional and only 2 prims.”

A Bonsai Tree!  I have always wanted a low prim bonsai tree for my home.  This meticulously accurate bonsai tree also designed by Cube Republic comes in two versions, a regular maple tree and a gnarled maple tree and best of all both are just an amazing two prims. As with everything that Cube makes, the detail is remarkable and his eye for accuracy is astounding.

The Bonsai Tree will be available at Acid Lily Gallery October 2.  The Acid Lily Gallery features new, exclusive and discounted items that range from home furnishings to make up and apparel from some of SL’s top designers.  While many people understand that bonsai is something to do with growing little trees, they perhaps do not appreciate that the most important thing is to grow a majestic small tree. And, this tree is majestic and comes in shades of crimson, autumn orange, cherry pink and spring green.

For other items created by Cube Republic visit https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/24072
All models and textures are original art work created by Cube Republic. 
Acid Lily Gallery http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ai%20Atoll/104/52/23

Dress: Japanese Print - Acedia Albion https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/44

Necklace: Finesmith Sept. Gift - - https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/35528


Boots: Schmidt - Eshi Otawara- https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/7386

Hair - DrLife - https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/39843

Zen Garden - Frankx Lefavre

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