When island hopping last night, Baker Bloch came across a one prim tree creation he so liked that he decided to search the creator’s profile, one Jubjub Forder, to see if there was a place where he could buy some like this. Turns out there was, called GARDEN WORLD. Amazingly he found a considerable number of 1 prim plants and trees, will full permissions except transfer, for *20* lindens apiece. That’s two big advantages for these plants: low price *and* low prim count, as low as you can get. And it’s not a bad looking product at all, either. So Blochs sort of went crazy buying stuff right and left, then teleporting over to the gallery Sky Forest to see how much of the new stuff would fit in there.
This two prim palm tree (cost: 25 lindens), the only non-1 prim plant Baker Bloch bought at GARDEN WORLD last night, seemed to slot in nicely into a couple of spots within the Sky Forest, but ultimately Blochs decided to put it in one of those formerly empty front spaces of the temple. Above it, in another formerly empty balcony area (name?) is a, hmmm, “Giant Sequoia”? Seems to be a naming mistake for the product’s description.
A “Mediterranean Fan Palm” and “Common Hawthorne” seemed to fit in here…
…some bamboo and a quite shaggy but still pretty “Weeping Willow” here…
…and a “Montpelier Maple” here.
Just wanted to give a promotion for this guy. Apparently you *can* be a non-Linden and make pretty nice looking trees and plants using only a single prim. The Lindens shouldn’t be the only ones dolling out such useful products like this.
Another recent addition to the temple is this framed map of Otherland Island #1 that Baker Bloch’s been so enamored of lately. Since it is also his home, I can’t help but think the relationship is all for the good. Baker’s already given a lot but the island always gives back in spades. So beautiful and interesting.
After adding the new plants to the Sky Forest and gallery/temple, Blochs heads back down to the fishing shack, but he knows he can’t touch the plants here… yet. It just doesn’t seem the right thing to do.
Don’t you agree?