My garden

dellzeqq

pre-talced and mighty
Location
SW2
you got your solar lights from B&Q and ICMFP!

(weren't they about three quid each?)
 

mangaman

Guest
ianrauk said:
Cheers guys.. though I do confess to a little cheating.
These pics are from last year... but it's not far off from looking the same this season
And it's next door's garden...:smile:
 

rich p

ridiculous old lush
Location
Brighton
My garden is more like Ian's. I like them busy and shrubby and interesting like that.
Postie's is a bit boring although it has potential!
 

snakehips

Well-Known Member
A bit of next door's garden ......................




It's nicer than mine. Can anybody identify the pink trees ?

Snake

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I used to like the garden - haven't seen this since last September but I guess it is doing ok.
For me, the idea of a garden is that it looks different from wherever one sits / stands - not everything is on show at once. (Unless it is a herd of prize winning horses grazing...of course :laugh:)
 

mangaman

Guest
Aperitif said:
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I used to like the garden - haven't seen this since last September but I guess it is doing ok.
For me, the idea of a garden is that it looks different from wherever one sits / stands - not everything is on show at once. (Unless it is a herd of prize winning horses grazing...of course :laugh:)
Now that is a nice garden Aperirtif. Dare I say mine is similar (but smaller)

As you say lots of interest from all angles - have you got a nice sunny seating area? That's my other essential requirement.
 

snakehips

Well-Known Member
Speicher said:
Tamarix tetandra?
Are they sort of fluffy plumes of very small flowers, that are at their best about now?
Yes thanks , that looks like it. I took that photo about two weeks ago and it was already past its best , though it had looked fantastic for several weeks before that.

Snake
 
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