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WONDER WOOD Looking for real wood for decks and hardscaping? Perennial Wood is a new offering: natural wood that has been modified on the molecular level to resist the harmful effects of moisture, thanks to


a treatment called TruLast. Using heat, pressure and an organic compound, TruLast Technology permanently expands the wood’s cell walls to a fixed position, helping the wood minimize water absorption, which means it’s less likely to shrink and warp like regular wood. It comes factory finished in four colors and requires no special tools for installation. www.perennialwood.com


SOLAR PUMP The Instapark® GYP-0014 Solar-Powered Water Pump taps into solar energy to power


ponds or fountains. The 1.2 W unit doesn’t require a power cord, so there is no risk of electrical shock. The product requires little assembly. Three spray nozzles are included, and it is suitable for ponds with a maximum water flow of 52 gallons per hour. www.instapark.com


COMPOSITE BRIDGE Offer your home buyers a custom-look garden bridge that is made of a highly durable composite material made from a


combination of wood and plastic fibers from reclaimed or recycled sources. Redwood Garden Bridges offers this wood product in two colors—Red and Slate Gray. It is ready to use, with no need for sealers, paints or weather treatment. www.redwoodgardenbridges.com


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