Oh i love b&q lol

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SteveW
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Re: Oh i love b&q lol

Post by SteveW » Thu May 01, 2008 7:46 pm

Frank,
Its only about 15mins from Bluewater you know,you could allways suggest a shopping trip :wink:


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Re: Oh i love b&q lol

Post by Andrew In Bracknell » Fri May 02, 2008 1:32 pm

SteveW wrote:Frank,
Its only about 15mins from Bluewater you know,you could allways suggest a shopping trip :wink:
I would have to be really desparate for a plant to put myself through that! Mind you, thinking about it a couple of years ago when we were first getting into this I did exactly that. We went (to get her shoes!) to Festival place in Basingstoke and then dropped into Wolverton Plants on the way back and bought 2 Crinodendrons, a Pseudosasa Japonica and a Clematis Armandii.
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Re: Oh i love b&q lol

Post by Andrew In Bracknell » Fri May 02, 2008 1:38 pm

Going back to the original pho Daz, it look great! Are you going to plant some ordinary ferns aroud it for extra 'frondage' :?: I've put some (at the risk of getting shouted at I love ferns but I'm hardly a connaisseur, I just buy the ones that I like the look of) around my Dicksonia antarctica and it really adds to the effect.
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Re: Oh i love b&q lol

Post by daz » Sat May 03, 2008 6:12 am

Yea andrew.I already have 2 small ferns ther.Buy i do intend on adding to that .I like the look of the painted fern, also the shuttle cock fern, that nice also.


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