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    Yes, you have a lovely garden Richard. I wish I can also do the same but time won't allow me to. One thing I love having a home garden is that, it was indeed a great stress buster.

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    Well, the furniture looks bright white again. I'm waiting for the other bench and chair to rub down and paint. Lawn is mown, pots repotted, nettles got rid of, dining room cleared of all the summer geraniums. Very tired but back to school today. I ache in every conceivable place

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    Wow Richard...
    The only things I seem to be able to grow without inadvertently killing are dandylions and jalapeños. The dandylions I'm not trying to grow, obviously, but I was very proud of my jalapeños for about three years; I'd make fresh pico de gayo for family and friends, etc. it was - and still is - very popular. But the balloon of my pride took a sharp needle the other day when when I was talking to a professional landscaper who told me that jalapeños are like dandylions; they grow anywhere and are very hardy; theyre very hard to kill.
    (unlike my pride.)

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    Lovely garden Richard. My style is more natural, kinda like yours I bet Hay. We did create a very lovely and magical fairy garden this year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ann72
    Yes, you have a lovely garden Richard. I wish I can also do the same but time won't allow me to. One thing I love having a home garden is that, it was indeed a great stress buster.
    Thanks Ann. My wife is chief gardener. We both have time to tend the garden, and it can be hard work at times, but worth it.

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    Lovely garden Richard. My style is more natural, kinda like yours I bet Hay. We did create a very lovely and magical fairy garden this year!
    Thanks Fleur. I'm hoping we can uncover the garden furniture and relax.
    Last edited by Richard Brown; 05-15-2012 at 12:33 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayles66
    Well, the furniture looks bright white again. I'm waiting for the other bench and chair to rub down and paint. Lawn is mown, pots repotted, nettles got rid of, dining room cleared of all the summer geraniums. Very tired but back to school today. I ache in every conceivable place

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    My sympathies Hayley. My back has cleared up this morning, after 2 days of agony. Pewees. (spellcheck! I just typed Owwww!)

    Looking forward to your photos.

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    Yes, I keep forgetting. Thanks Fleur. My garden has many 'rooms' with a meandering path. One minute a pond, the next a chicken coop

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    The garden and veg are looking mighty fine at the moment. Beans, radishes, peas are up and shooting. I haven't lost any of the repotted plants yet! Might be going onto patio today. Let's hope sun stays and warms things up otherwise I have to dress warmly.

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    Here are some of my flowers and also my garden. I planted a perennial flower called a columbine. It is the red/white flowering plant seen. I planted that flowering plant in memory of a friend's loved one who recently passed this month. He didn't have a garden-so I wanted to plant something in memory of her. It will come in bloom every year in May in honor of her.

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    You have a nice space for your garden Skimokey. We also like columbines / aquilegias. We gather the seeds and replant each year,as well as allowing natural regeneration. After 3 generations the hybrids revert to their native colour and small flower.

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