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Pictures of your garden and area around your home...

Discussion in 'Gardening in Thailand' started by Makaveli, 4 Mar 2011.

  1. Makaveli

    Makaveli Thread Starter aka 2Pac Staff Member

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    Let's have a look around your garden..
    These were took a few years back but all looks the same today, apart from I cut the grass...
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  2. Stamp

    Stamp Administrator Staff Member

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    Nice quiet area, Makaveli. Thanks for sharing. :thumbsup2:
     
  3. po3try

    po3try Guest

    bloody hope you cut it more than once since then!
     
  4. Makaveli

    Makaveli Thread Starter aka 2Pac Staff Member

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    Yep, the wife keeps it under control now, I bought her a petrol strimmer.... :wink2:
     
  5. Makaveli

    Makaveli Thread Starter aka 2Pac Staff Member

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    She was out cutting the grass again this morning, woke me bloody up too//.....
     
  6. Tonyja

    Tonyja Well-Known Member

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    Looks nice Maka.

    How far from town.? :drinking:

    I really like a place where i could build a fish pond.

    I love fish. I'd put a huge catfish in there.

    No garden picks for me, Ive just got a covered thing. Big though. And tiled.
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  7. Makaveli

    Makaveli Thread Starter aka 2Pac Staff Member

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    From the new school maybe 10 mins by car...
     
  8. Stamp

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    Four pictures of our garden. Four as that's all what's needed to cover the whole garden in detail. :hilarious:

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  9. Gor Blimey Guvnur!

    Gor Blimey Guvnur! What the duck ! Staff Member

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    Just snapped some pics around my small garden. Have a frontage and 2 sides of so called garden....

    Area in front of house ... mango trees offer great shade on a sunny day like today:thumbsup2:
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    Down the right side of house.
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    ... with a table and one chair tucked away for those TCT study moments:smile:
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    Today, wifey was so pleased to see this bloom ... have a hard time with the orchids here.
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    Down the left side of my house and a nice green view from my office dowstairs.:happy1:
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    2X Mango trees in serious need of cutting back ... long job coming soon.
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    :smile: GBG

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  10. Stamp

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    ................and for a smoke. :smoke:

    Cheers and thanks for sharing. :happy1:
     
  11. Tonyja

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    Nice place GBG. That's a helluva tree out front.
     
  12. stewpidmach1

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    she's onta ya, mate.


    saw some sheep out mowing a vacant paddock for the first time ever the other day. looked real scruffy and it was like 40 degrees, some of em with near full coats in the hot sun voluntarily as they weren't chained or constricted in any way. anyhow, one or two for you to do the job?
     
  13. kiwidrew

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    Am wanting to add some greenery inside my apartment, what sort of plants can I get that don't necessarily require much, if any sunlight?
     
  14. Mister T

    Mister T Retired, fat and happy

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    As a general rule, anything with a broad leaf is okay for indoors. The Ficus family is are a good indoor potting plant and tough as old boots.
     

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