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By alextb


Here is a complete list taken on the morning after the garden was attacked:

Frog motion detection garden ornamant ( croaks if someone or a car goes past, it is a real favourite with the small children)

Part of green edging fence pulled from ground

Light yellow lily pulled up

Light pink lily pulled up, and stalks sepearated

Bright pink lily pulled out of ground

3 solar lights knocked down

Hanging basket on floor, with soil all over ground, and fuschias falling out.

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WHAT! how upsetting I really feel for you.

23 Jun, 2010


OMG Alex ... that's awful! What mindless vandalism. You poor thing ... you must be pretty mad. So sorry for you. Anything we can do? Send you anything? :o)

23 Jun, 2010


thats awful so sorry

23 Jun, 2010


So sorry for you, thats awful :0((

23 Jun, 2010


Oh dear, hope it gets sorted out soon,things like that can be very upsetting......

23 Jun, 2010


It is going to cost me approx £50, to replace the plants had were too damaged to survive.

24 Jun, 2010


This person obviously has a mental problem. He needs to see a psychiatrist. And needs help to get back on the right track.

24 Jun, 2010


I would stick to plants with spines at the front of your display so he will get a nasty shock if he tries grabbing one of them.

27 Jun, 2010


Brilliant idea Scotsgran ... mahonia & berberis for example? Plus holly?!

27 Jun, 2010

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