Garden Pictures

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by breezer, 2 Jun 2007.

  1. anthonyUK

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    Hi,
    I purchased the fittings from various places such as screwfix but I can't see it coming in much less than £50.
    You need mounting points or poles, steel rope, cleats, turnbuckles and optionally quick release connectors.
     
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    Knocked up a small bench/storage unit for the seat cusions from left over decking. So easy to make I'll probably make a couple more of these as they are so useful.
    You only need 1 4"x2" or 2"x2" 2.4m joist and 6 2.4m planks + hinges if you want.
    Could also be used as a planter without the lid and some lining.

    My poor Acer is suffering in this weather :cry: I might have to reloate it.

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    All garden pics of build from start to finish can be found at www.daisypie.com
     
  3. JohnD

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    to the bonfire
     
  4. cannyfradock

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    More of a back yard than a garden, but here's my attempt on a bread/pizza oven.......

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    Terry (C.F)
     
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    Whoops.......sorry guys

    Terry
     
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    I was at granny and grandad roughcasters house last summer when he told me about his "pet blackbird" :LOL: there was a blackbird nest in his trellis with a few babys. that is the second year they have been and there nest was made out of grass and moss, and even small bits of my grandads plastering tape!!! hopefully we will get more birds in our trellis again
     
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    Anthony your garden looks great! The table and decking work really well together and those lights on the stairs give the whole thing a really nice stylish urban feel.
     
  9. youngroughcaster

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    Yes, the garden look really nice i like the tables and chairs looks like a nice place to relax!
     
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    this is my garden in the Spring

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    Sorry, I put the same photo on twice.
     
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    I love it when it snows and the way the snow lies on trees it looks really nice and it feels so like christmas time,, sadly its not so nice when the road goes icy (its a bit of a pain when that happens) :D
     
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    Nice one my boy,,,, ;)
     
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    I love it when it looks like that too youngRC...

    ...because it's the only time my garden looks as nice as everyone else's!! :LOL:
     
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    Nice photos casso, I'll add a couple when I get home, I love the contrast!

    If you've got any good photos and live in the UK you should consider submitting them to the notcutts garden photo competition.
     

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