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Thread: Our ever changing back garden

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    Hmm, it looks like you may already have one.

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    Yeah we have to metal frame hammocks but are looking to get a couple we could attach to the tree.

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    Very nice indeed! The grass looks beautiful! Will you plant flowers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkfan, post: 251296
    Very nice indeed! The grass looks beautiful! Will you plant flowers?

    You can't really see on the photos but if you look at the second shot we have flowers under the window and at the right out of shot we have lots of flowers, also at the bottom near the new fencing we have got three climbing plants.
    Its a hard garden to work ut the because place to put flower etc as it's so big.

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    lovely size garden laura, wish mine was that big :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 251364
    lovely size garden laura, wish mine was that big :)
    After living in a flat for 13 years we were really pleased to finally get a house with a garden, but sometimes we wish it wasn't so big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lozzy, post: 251365
    After living in a flat for 13 years we were really pleased to finally get a house with a garden, but sometimes we wish it wasn't so big.
    i guess it will be hard work to keep
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    Quote Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 251367
    i guess it will be hard work to keep
    It sure is, cutting the grass takes for ever.

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    Very nice area! I like the hill.

    Perhaps you can make some flower beds (or other plants) and that would cut down on your grass cutting needs? (Of course then you'd have all those flowers)!

    Thank you for sharing with us Lozzy!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 251397
    Very nice area! I like the hill.

    Perhaps you can make some flower beds (or other plants) and that would cut down on your grass cutting needs? (Of course then you'd have all those flowers)!

    Thank you for sharing with us Lozzy!
    The garden is on a slope, which is a pain sometimes, once we get our decking sorted I will look at making flat and raised flower beds.

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