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hi, where you been?
been out into the garden this afternoon, cutting the grass, tidying up shifting this and that, having a cup of tea and all sorts of things that we tend to.
about 1630 i was coming to the end of my endeavours for the day when i noticed that the fast sinking sun was catching some of my plants. dashed indoors and grabbed my mobile and took the following pics. they are not great but better than none at all.

give it time and this mahonia will look look fab here.

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you have a lovely garden, the heoght variation looks brilliant along with some gorgeous colours

good to see you back
x x x

11 Oct, 2009


thnx x

11 Oct, 2009


lovely lighting. did a couple of photos this morning, the rest of my day..... housework again. also preping stuff for work.

11 Oct, 2009


Your garden looks lovely some nice sturtual plants you have that mahonia is that the one that has yellow flowers and then berries on it.

12 Oct, 2009


Were you standing next to a sunflower to take piccie 4?

13 Oct, 2009


last year i planted two flowering cherries which are now a little taller than me. obviously i am next to it lol

13 Oct, 2009


yes morgana it is, it has had a few homes, but quite like where she is now. the container is on the tilt a bit will have to correct that

13 Oct, 2009


Thank you I have seen this in a little town close to where I live its wonderful

13 Oct, 2009


since going on on the water tablets for her lung charlie has tended to wee a lot and has had a few accidents.

angie went to the vets today to purchase some more of her tablets and during a chat with the vet he said that some of her weeing may be due to stress.

so he gave us a plug in diffuser which he said would have a calming effect on the dog.
fellow dog owners thought you may like to know we await developments.

13 Oct, 2009

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