More Flowers In Our Back Garden

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Comments (10)

Steve Paxton on July 10, 2009

yep nice and green if you map it i will come get some next time i am down there. steve

sugarbag1 on July 11, 2009

Hello Vladimir.Yes we do have a good flower, although this photo was taken around Oct-Nov 2008, but at the moment we have a lot Stocks at the moment and by Oct 2009, they should be looking good.Thanks for looking however I never got email to say you sent message.Poka,David

sugarbag1 on July 11, 2009

Hi Steve. I didn't map this because I didn't want people knowing exactly where I live, but if you want some flowers to take home with you when down this way I have plenty in pots to give away.If you exchange email with me, then I will give you another email we can use all the time. See you later,David

krokkas on July 20, 2009

Lovely,you are a bravo gardener,sei un bravo giardiniere!!!ciaoooo

sugarbag1 on July 20, 2009

Hello Krokkas. This is our garden.The flower bed closest, has just been replaced with my wife favorite flowers.I didn't that they were until she came home today and told me so.Yesterday I plant out near 70 new seedlings, and the rain we are having at the moment is ideal for them.Soon we will have more colour in our garden.I get alot of pleasure working in this garden.I wish it was bigger.I often grow a few potatoes in amongst the flowers at time.Best Regards,David

krokkas on July 20, 2009

bravo david,my hausband too,he help to me in the garden,ciao

Zygmunt Borowski on March 21, 2010

Beautiful garden. Congratulations your wife and to you. Best regards!

sugarbag1 on March 21, 2010

**This is what our garden looked like in Nov 2008.Since then the garden has inproved greatly with the soil getting much better.The old rotten hay or straw is fantastic for any garden, as it add humus to the soil and there are plenty of garden worms to airate the soil too. This is all very inportant in garden as I guess you already know.I think garden in Poland, Belarus, Ukraine and Russia and other countrys around have magnificent garden, well from what I have seen in anyway.Best Regards,David

Zygmunt Borowski on March 23, 2010

Thanks David for such extensive information. Maintain such a beautiful flower garden that need a lot of work. At our place began the spring so it is waiting for me lot work. My garden is not large. I plant only a few bushes, tomatoes, cucumbers, beans and lettuce. It is also one apple tree, plum and three cherries. Green will be in May. I send greetings to you and your wife, Zygmunt!

sugarbag1 on April 4, 2010

Hello Zygmunt. Sorry for the delay in answering. Your garden sound just great and you have more fruit trees that we do.You also plant vegys. We don't because we don't enough room, and its mostly cheaper to buy them, but flowers are our speaciality. I was in the kitchen washing the dishes and was looking out the kitchen window and all I could see was a mass colour coming from the garden.I look around inside our house and and my wife has flowers everywhere in vases, which I change every few days.Lost count of the amount of punets of flowers (8 per punet)I have planted, we are again having some lovely rain today. It marveloius. Thanks again. KInd Regards, David

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    by sugarbag1
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