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Posted: 13/08/2014 at 20:36

Fairy  didn't watch the Fast show either 

Lesley, that's not a bad idea  Sure OH would love the idea of more things for the garden   Maybe a round tree trunk seat thingy to go round my soon to be bought silver birch tree (bday pressie from OH )


Posted: 13/08/2014 at 20:19

Don't fancy black KEF  


Posted: 13/08/2014 at 20:18

Didn't see goth tendencies for you Fairy    Other woodwork is a rather faded green - imagine it was painted about 10 years ago and fading/coming off! 


Posted: 13/08/2014 at 20:13

I do like the lilac, but I think I agree with you Dove, Lily and LilyP that the Bluey/greeny/grey one looks the best  Pa Panda will be pleased, that was his favourite, and as he has to paint it I guess it's best to keep him happy 

Thanks you all for your help 


Posted: 13/08/2014 at 19:56

KEF, will be painting bare wood. These are with two coats 

Dove, and any other artists, what do you think? Esp now they are seen with plants 


Posted: 13/08/2014 at 19:53

Thanks Frank 

The 'grey' one is actually almost the same colour as the arch currently is - a kind of faded greeny blue. Here you go:


Lilacy one:

 I am still not sure  


Posted: 13/08/2014 at 19:19

I would, but none of them are flowering at the moment 

Will attempt more pics 


Posted: 13/08/2014 at 19:17

I really can't chose, and btw all, they are photos of the same coloured sticks just from different angles, one with flash and one without!  There are only two colours to chose 


Posted: 13/08/2014 at 18:53

OL, congrats  How exciting! OH better not moan about the salt mines!!  What will the OL family business be? (Apologies if I have missed this)

So, another day done and was dry  OH was responsible for the washing today and it was out on the line all afternoon 

Now, I need some help . . . which of these colours would you pick to paint your arch? The flowers are predominately pink/dark pink.



Posted: 13/08/2014 at 09:20

Morning all  

Sneaky catch up from the Salt mine - these mine owners are very generous letting us miners have interweb access

I'm super dooper thanks Lily  Just struggling to get up in the morning and find the time to eat, survey the garden, get dressed and then get to work  I'll get back into the routine soon . . . . hopefully . . . .  


Discussions started by 4thPanda

Identity needed please

Saw this today and wondered what it was. . .  
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More help needed please . . . .

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Help please . . . .

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Calling all Caterpillar experts . . .

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What's this little bod gonna grow up to be?

Funky catapillar 
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New plant (to me) for an id please

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Any thoughts what type of plant this is?

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Tree Peony

Question for Nutcutlet as PMs not working 
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Yellow flower id

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Please can someone help? 
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Plant ids please

Need some help with these 'weeds' please 
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What's eating my clematis?

Surely not snails and slugs? 
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New plant to Id please

Found this today, not sure what it is. . .  
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Plant I'd please

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Sedum maintainance help required

It's got a bit out of control! 
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