A lot of stores would really like it to take off here. They also tried to get "Christmas in July" going here for all the imigrants that missed a...
I grow my Fuchsias in shade. You could try trimming it back, give it a good soaking, by leaving it in a bucket of water for an hour or so, then...
Don't prune very often, but they are only young plants at present. I shall trim them each year, hopefully they won't get too large.
[ATTACH] I don't have many photos of the ones Ihave in pots, but here is one.
Not sure what you could grow in your area. What about Azaleas and/or Fushias. They look great in large pots and flower well.
Climbing roses may be an option as you can cut them back quite easily, they are generally not fast growers.
I have a JD, have to stop the blades before reversing. Doesn't bother me too much as I don't have to do it often and I can't turn around to see...
Very pretty....all of them.
It is looking good. Once you have the "bones" of the garden done...paths, pergola, pond etc you will probably find the soft landscaping will come...
Beautiful and very welcoming. A lovely garden DrCase.
Love the Iris. They are putting on quite a show.
Very nice indeed. You have some lovely...what I call..ROT..Rusty Old Things...in your yard there, Sissy. I am very partial to them myself.
Probably no point in me replying to this thread as fencing is different here more often than not but........
You can do it in a hardwood, will last...
Shame they bulldozed the jail, but good luck for you. At least they have been used elsewhere and appreciated. They also look good...:)
Lovely garden. I see you also have a love of old farm equipment.
I have pulled out the summer veg...pumpkin still hanging in there, not quite ready to harvest yet.
Have planted the Snow Peas and some more...
Thank you. Not much perfume from all the flowers...the bees still enjoy them.
Your garden looks really nice. The autumn colours are stunning.
I have had no luck with Fuchsia cuttings, will try to strike them in kitty litter and see how they go.
Thanks for the tip.
I don't mind snakes out in the bush, even out in the paddock is fine...but I draw the line near the house.
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