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Garden Transformation 4


So. A few plants and the finished feature…… well I will obviously add colour and texture as it comes around… For the first time I have grown muy own bedding, Busy Lizzie, Petunias, Lobelia, Allysum, Pinks, Alguigegia ect.. we will see how this all come up. My window sills are stuffed to bursting lol.
My Dad grows Fushias and is a real passion for him which I must say has rubbed off. There are so many stunning varieties. I have 3 standards in progress and lots of cutting and baby plants… I will keep you informed ..
I get so excited when i see a little green shoot coming…. I have peppers that i have grown from a pepper itself and infact pricked them out today and potted them on…

I would LOVE apuzzle monkey tree but they are so expensive but so very stunning and so individual…. maybe one day
SOOOOO the garden feature in situ and I love it… (please please give me any feed back or ways to improve on my colour and choice of plants)

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That's lovely the way you've transformed the corner. You asked for suggestions. How about planting (if there's soil, or plunging a pot if there isn't) a trailing white plant under the water feature, which would look like the water was continuing to flow down over the edge?

5 Mar, 2011


what a lot of work you have both put into this Pammie. its lovely:-)

5 Mar, 2011


You have made a lovely feature in this corner of your garden and it's a fitting memory of your late husband too, Pammie.

Is your water feature solar or electric? We are just beginning with a fairly blank canvas in our back garden so I'm fishing for lots of ideas.

5 Mar, 2011


What a lovely lot of plants.
Bikerbob grows lots of fuchsias. Is he your dad ? He lives in Devon like you.( just a thought that crossed my mind lol)
I grow lots aswell. They would look nice around your water feature inj the summer

6 Mar, 2011


that looks really pretty now, i was thinking perhaps you could add something that trails and has a tiny leaf ~ it would just be a different texture?
i like the way you have put your garden developments into different blogs ~ interesting to wait for next chapter!!

6 Mar, 2011

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