Cordyman - Some September Garden pics (Cheer-us-up bump)

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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics............

Post by The Codfather » Wed Sep 12, 2012 7:04 am

What a transformation.......it looks so relaxing.
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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics............

Post by HarryandNess » Wed Sep 12, 2012 3:01 pm

Blimey! If you haven't done much garden work recently it certainly doesn't show. It looks wonderful and you're time has been well spent sinking a few beers and enjoying it icon_thumleft :D

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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics............

Post by shanks » Fri Sep 14, 2012 4:13 pm

lovely pictures and really nice place to sit and consume them beers :wink:
still think zinc planters on every other step would look nice and extra planting space, h :wink: re is a picture of my one with banana in, pretty cheap off ebay, :wink:
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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics............

Post by cordyman » Tue Mar 12, 2013 6:58 pm

I was nicking some pics from this post for the which direction does your garden face thread, and realised how good I felt after viewing the set, the blue sky backed tropicals really sooth the mind and remind us how warm its going to get this year, thought it deserved a BUMP to give you all some cheering up as we leave this final cold spell, and embark on the voyage to the HOTTEST SUMMER ON RECORD icon_sunny icon_sunny icon_sunny icon_sunny icon_sunny icon_sunny


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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics (Cheer-us-up bump)

Post by kata » Tue Mar 12, 2013 8:46 pm

what does the garden look like now Cordy?

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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics (Cheer-us-up bump)

Post by dorothy » Tue Mar 12, 2013 9:05 pm

Definately made me feel like I have something to look forward to this summer :D . Just a shame it seems is soo far away.Your garden looked great :D


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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics (Cheer-us-up bump)

Post by cordyman » Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:02 am

kata wrote:what does the garden look like now Cordy?

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Kata an absolute bomb site! LOL

The wrapped up strawer cage Musa Basjoo's and Dicksonia antarctica etc always detracts from the winter garden I think, chicken wire towers with bin bags over drag my eye to them so I can't appriciate the boo's and trachys :(


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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics (Cheer-us-up bump)

Post by kata » Sat Mar 16, 2013 7:36 pm

Your lawn looks like mine.... :lol:
chicken wire towers with bin bags over drag my eye to them
Soon be able to unwrap cordy.. icon_sunny icon_sunny
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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics (Cheer-us-up bump)

Post by tropicalwon » Sat Mar 16, 2013 7:48 pm

Cordy your garden looks good, for this time of year.... icon_salut The palms look great icon_thumleft

You'll have to get some camouflage netting to disguise what you don't like....... :lol:
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Re: Cordyman - Some September Garden pics (Cheer-us-up bump)

Post by Trudytropics » Sat Mar 16, 2013 8:37 pm

Cordy a few warm days in late spring/early summer and your garden will quickly transform once again into a green oasis. Most gardens look sad right now, we forget just how wonderful they are in the height of summer. Your pictures are great, can't wait for summertime icon_sunny icon_cheers
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