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Yesterday at 22:48
Lots of love to you Joyce and your dearest hubby. Thinking of you both xxx
2 days ago at 12:35
Hmmm might be over kill? Or maybe hanging orchids or such like that you have in Malaysia?
2 days ago at 06:12
If you look up Mr. Ishihara garden designs I'm sure you will get some excellent ideas as he is fantastic with moss
2 days ago at 06:10
As the trays are so shallow for the plants I think maybe you have two choices, moss or succulents.
however for either you would need to drill drainage holes in the trays.
3 days ago at 07:43
Thank you x
3 days ago at 07:36
* a union
3 days ago at 07:35
Sorry Hosta I'm being a div what is. Union?
3 days ago at 06:58
please can someone advise with roses when a sucker is a sucker or a new branch forming?
20 Jun 2017 23:05
Thank you again for more fantastic pics and insights to your world
really enjoy reading your posts. Thank you especially for sharing the pic of your dear brother Eric xx
20 Jun 2017 19:08
20 Jun 2017 13:17
Puts me to shame all these wonderful pictures Beau's Mum, does Amistad overwinter for you in Bucks?See original post
it didn't Mark last year but I'm trying a different bed this year and will try and mulch it nice and snug for the winter
Thank you everyone for your nice comments x
20 Jun 2017 11:55
Grrrrr lost my post. Anyway I said doghouse I feel your pain. I cried once when I had to paint the staircase ballistrade at my previous home.. Yours does look great though so well worth the effort
20 Jun 2017 11:51
I made this pergola thirty years ago after building our our koi pool.
Over time, like us, it deteriorated and was struggling to support the weight of the wisteria. So getting on for ten years ago I rebuilt it but managed to save the decorative panels. Then a couple of years ago they were looking a bit tatty, so I re-made them.
Unfortunately the plywood I used turned out to be rubbish, so despite preparing them properly, they started to de-laminate, early this year with the effects of temperature changes and constantly being in a damp environment.
So overa the last couple of days I've re-made them again! With hopefully better quality plywood.
20 Jun 2017 11:48
I don't like doing that either. I keep getting the number of A's wrongSee original post
20 Jun 2017 11:03
20 Jun 2017 10:45
Had a wonderful catch up this morning on this thread beautiful pictures everyone xx
here is a little catch up on mine
20 Jun 2017 00:49
just checking how Joyce's hubby is, love to you both x
Oh BL you sound like your body has been in the wars! Have you tried bashing yourself with nettles! Sounds crazy but def helps my hands!
glad you have been scanned again Hosta and I have everything crossed for you x
Pat hope you are warming up now and all snuggly
'lovely pics garden girl of woodys garden and glad you had a lovely time on the garden visit
mind gone blank now!
been so busy in the garden! Why on earth did I create so many flower beds! Really pleased with it though
'in this heat I'm trying new sleeping pattern! Sleep in afternoon and then garden after six till dark and up crack of dawn in the morning
love to you all x
20 Jun 2017 00:37
Hi sweet eye
i think the third pic are the corn flower seedlings, the ones with the long narrow leaves
18 Jun 2017 09:02
Hi wakeshine. I would make sure that the neighbour who informed you got the facts straight first as they may be wrong. Also it was the neighbours gardener allegedly not the neighbour and they be totally unaware and may be horrified once they know x
17 Jun 2017 00:51
Molly was beautiful and how lovely she had such a wonderful mom and dad in her final years xxx
all your pets are wonderful and you can tell you all have such a happy home. You obviously work very hard looking after your amazing garden and pets 😊😊😊
thank you for sharing 😊