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Snidely Whiplash
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Post by Snidely Whiplash »

I was taking pictures this afternoon in the back yard, and thought some might enjoy seeing my garden and pond. It's nice living in a sub tropical growing area! :)

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RedGlitter
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Wow, that must be nice to have a yard like that.

Very pretty, Snidely! And welcome to FG! :)

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wow that is so beautiful and peaceful :D
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cars
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Post by cars »

Magnificent! Thanks for sharing. Welcome to FG, nice to meet you! :)
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Snidely Whiplash
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fuzzy butt;836352 wrote: Is it an on going project or are you finished with it? (extending the setting I mean)


Haha, well most gardeners will tell you that their garden is never finished, and I guess I feel that way too.. It seems like when I get to the last part of the yard, then I go back where I started and do something different. :wah:

Thanks for the kind words everyone..! :)
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Post by chrisb84uk »

What a lovely garden you have Snidely! :-6
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Post by qsducks »

I wish my garden looked like that. You're hired, can you start tomorrow?:wah:
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Chezzie
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Post by Chezzie »

Welcome to the garden and thanks for showing us your beautiful garden, seems theirs just about a bit of everything there....Love it!:-6
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along-for-the-ride
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Post by along-for-the-ride »

Welcome to our Garden and thanks for sharing the photos. Lovely!:)



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Snidely Whiplash
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Post by Snidely Whiplash »

:wah: Thanks for the attachment, that was cool...

Thanks very much all... Thats was nice... :)
Coconut
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Post by Coconut »

That's a beautiful backyard... I have always wanted to have a fish pond!... someday.
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buttercup
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Post by buttercup »

Oh thats so pretty.

I have three large breed dogs with a good measure of husky in them which means i have concrete only. Its very dull and grey and not unlike colditz, we just need a tower with a sniper in it to set the scene properly.
leehydro007
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Post by leehydro007 »

Snidely Whiplash;836350 wrote: I was taking pictures this afternoon in the back yard, and thought some might enjoy seeing my garden and pond. It's nice living in a sub tropical growing area! :)


i am totally stunned at watching your garden pics...they are simply awesome...i cant believe how you people turn out to be so creative..i get sad that y my mind has no new idea...anyways you have done awesome work man...thumbs up for you....
aikenjones
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Post by aikenjones »

I realy enjoy these pics and you have done great job.
hydro5
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Post by hydro5 »

I liked your water gardening and ideas too.Keep sharing photos.
daredevils
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Post by daredevils »

Hi,

You have such a beautiful garden. I also have a garden but it is not as beautiful as yours.
WadeRochelle
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Post by WadeRochelle »

Everyone loves to plant the new plants in the garden in the spring season. It is also the best season for the plants.
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WadeRochelle;1522065 wrote: Everyone loves to plant the new plants in the garden in the spring season. It is also the best season for the plants.


Some of us are gardeners, but this site is not primarily about gardening.

Of course, you are welcomed here, explore the site.
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Post by LarsMac »

tude dog;1522070 wrote: Some of us are gardeners, but this site is not primarily about gardening.

Of course, you are welcomed here, explore the site.


Got that right. Gardening is not one of my strong points. Though we do have a cluster of Shamrocks that have been with us for about 30 years. Mostly because we tend to ignore them until they start to droop and look thirsty.
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Post by thietkesanvuon »

invites you to see

Our rooftop garden is designed to relax for family members

they are combined from plants, plastic flooring, water ...

My web: https://sanvuondinhviet.com/vuon-tren-san-thuong

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spot
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Post by spot »

thietkesanvuon;1528161 wrote: invites you to see

Our rooftop garden is designed to relax for family members

they are combined from plants, plastic flooring, water ...

My web: https://sanvuondinhviet.com/vuon-tren-san-thuong




They are very attractive designs, a lot of skill and thought has gone into those roof gardens - you have a lot of sunshine available too by the look of it.

I've seen similar roof gardens in the old centre of Marrakesh, space is a premium there too.
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