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Garden sculpture

Posted: 09/07/2013 at 15:46

Thank you all again for such wonderful feedback much appreciated and hopefully download speed will improve..

SwissSue we are happy to post abroad too..

Right off up to the allotment with our enthuastic young gardener lol????????????????


Garden sculpture

Posted: 09/07/2013 at 08:09

Hello everyone

As Cody is only 12, we have his forum set so that we recieve emails so that we can monitor his blogs etc, just for our own peace if mind.Myself  and Codys father apologise if for any reason members feel that Codys thread was to deem business.. That was not the case at all, Cody kindly put up a link for a previous post which people enquired for him to do so...thats all!! Thankyou for kind words and will look into the downloading issue..

Have a great day in sun everyone its going to be hot one????

Julie(codys mum)

Ps thanks to everyone that replies to Cody questions he is learning so much and teaching a thing or two too lol xx

Garden sculpture

Posted: 08/07/2013 at 21:09

hi, a fewpeople asked me to let them know when my dads website was ready..

it is now so pleasetake a look and let me know what you think. Ivy sculptures look amazing in the garden.


From Ivy to Sculpture

Posted: 08/07/2013 at 20:57


my dads website is now running so you can see his Ivy Sculptures and please like his facebook page Vine Sculptures too



allium bulbs...should I split them

Posted: 31/05/2013 at 22:22


yes you can split them but better of doing it , i done it last year and theyhave given a wonderfull display but can be split now but be carefull not to snap the flowerstem


storing dahlias

Posted: 26/05/2013 at 16:10

thanks for that it is very good info


From Ivy to Sculpture

Posted: 23/05/2013 at 20:38

Codys Mum here)..Your garden sounds fantastic lucky3 and after all those years of getting it just right understandbly your sculpture feature has to be right too..

Craft and Garden shows are the next port of call once the website is up and running and lots of admin to get our heads around..Busy busy busy and inbetween doing this,full time work and two allotments( which are Codys) my own garden needs me!!..Bank Holiday weekend gardening is a definate..

Daffygardener Cody is my inspiration..His passion for gardening and his allotment is truely fantastic,and his knowledge for a 12 yr old is very rewarding..Dahlias are his fortay at the moment and he volunteers at Levens Hall Gardens which he loves..

Thankyou on behalf of Rob for all your very encouraging comments on his Sculptures,makes all the time and hardwork worth it..

storing dahlias

Posted: 21/05/2013 at 21:40

how do i store dahlias over winter




dahlias for cut flowers

Posted: 21/05/2013 at 21:31

thanks for that


From Ivy to Sculpture

Posted: 21/05/2013 at 15:14

Hi there,(this is Cody's Mum),Cody still at school at the momemt...Thankyou all for your wonderful comments..My husband Robert has been Ivy Sculpting for about two years now an has a obsessive passion for it to say the least,whittling away as I speak!!.We are very fortunate to live in the Lake District therefore lucky enough to be associated with AONB organisations where the Ivy can be sustainbly sourced from fallen trees hence the maturity..They really are stunning and very unusual and each sculpture is totally unique...Take a look at his Facebook Page Vine Sculptures or google RobertSmithVines and YouTube too not that Im trying to plug him haha...His website is currently being designed too. Ivy is simply a plant that you love or hate..We love it now,puts a whole new dimension on how beautiful something can become

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