Gardening

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  1. Blue Mist

    Blue Mist

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    Ah yes, a sight to behold, tis indeed.
     
  2. Bigg Bigg Blue

    Bigg Bigg Blue

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    Well, it's a site alright
     
  3. stonerblue

    stonerblue

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    Turned mine into a Japanese inspired garden. Wooden deck and concrete patio with 2 trees, a big boulder, moss and a couple of raised beds which the breadknife grows flowers. Just needs the hosepipe now and again and is a peacefull oasis for dossing in.
     
  4. denislawsbackheel

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    It’s much easier using secateurs.
     
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  5. mancity2012_eamo

    mancity2012_eamo

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    Weeding is a pain in the hole......
    and the back.
     
  6. idahoblues

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    I like weeding, find it therapeutic
     
  7. mancity2012_eamo

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    I'll PM you my address.
     
  8. DiscoSteve

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    Bought this one on ebay for about fifty quid from an old boy in Wellingborough a few years ago back as a replacement for a 1959 model that had got a warped flywheel. Its a good un. But... I bought another one for fifty quid off ebay earlier this year as a donor of a new cylinder/cutting blade which was sold as a runner... I picked it up at a 'mobile home site' and found bits missing/cut off when I got it home - fortunately the bits I wanted were perfect so didnt bother complaining to ebay about a mis-sell. I'll keep it for spares.
     
  9. Millwallawayveteran1988

    Millwallawayveteran1988

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    Nope. The lad does it for me in exchange for his Season ticket getting paid for by me. I like watering the baskets. That’s it.
     
  10. Blue Til Death

    Blue Til Death

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    I mow the lawn and dig any holes Lady Death Instructs me to, I'm one of those people who hates gardening but loves a nice garden, I think my missus said there was a scientific name for people like me... Lazy Cunt or something??
     

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