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Posted: 24/05/2014 at 12:03

Pouring here too Lily.


Posted: 24/05/2014 at 11:46

ooops, that was meant as a new thread.

togyenko at chelsea - moss balls and 'art grage' lighting

Posted: 24/05/2014 at 11:45


What are these balls of moss? Liked the idea last year too, but no amount of googling has helped.

(While i'm here does anyone know about Ishikara Kazuyuki 'art grage' ? )




Posted: 24/05/2014 at 11:37

What are these balls of moss? Liked the idea last year too, but no amount of googling has helped.



Posted: 24/05/2014 at 09:07
Happy birthday p.doc, only woken up so I could be the first to wish you happy birthday but...failed, think im about the third.
OH sneaking about yesterday evening, fiddling with stuff n wires, now been in to tell me there will be some banging (now now!). Apparently we are having new telly stuff, sky type stuff, and a new Ariel. Better go supervise, but dont think the man will need to go near any plants!
Doesn't sound like its raining (curtains still closed) so may get out there. Hope kef gets a start on Gh. Lily and others with rain will have go read GW Macs and watch reruns of Chelsea.


Posted: 23/05/2014 at 21:39
Verdun, when will you learn... Yellow is so, well, ugghhh is the word... and then

Posted: 23/05/2014 at 21:36
Sorry typos... and then

Posted: 23/05/2014 at 21:35
also have to admit BL, I'm missing the 'punchey' planting. Love the wild romantic loom but the only 'punch' is in the unliving structures, which have their place but seem to ouwiegh the softness of the planting. We can try to emulate the planting but structures are beyond many of our means. Love the bits of unliving stuff in my garden but like it as a surprise amongst the plants. Maybe a bit on the traditional side? Can't remember which garden but did like frothey white flowers then square stones with grasses and taller blue flowers just behind, not too difficult to reproduc, the squares could be cheap 'anythings'. But what to xo once that display finishes, hmmm, planning....


Posted: 23/05/2014 at 21:25
Aww BL he sowed them himself, just right in my motherly opinion. Will thin out later.
Lesley, hi, will also be doing whatever magician stuff is required!
Thank goodness he eventually brought it to me (with lid on) otherwise I'd have been emptying bins, fridges, nooks and crannies all weekend! poooooh! and then

Posted: 23/05/2014 at 21:05
Ok Phillips, I'll be there in the new amateur gardener slot! Think the lady made it quite clear though, its talented not amateur gardeners they want...

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2 Plant IDs please

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advice please 
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Tree ID and transplanting advice please

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camomile lawn didnt flower

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Help - my rhododendron's poorly

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Bamboo or tree screening? Suitable bamboos?

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pronunciation please.

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