Martin, I will come with a low loader and move it to my garden, looks great.
Ha ha yea, looks terrific. But Martin, how big is this bed?
TEn yards long by six feet deep, you can use these dimensions to plan your own. :-)
30ft? Jesus, Martin, that's nearly half the length of my whole garden. Ha ha. Ok Fran, I might be going with YOUR idea. Martin, you or Deborah are REALLY going to have to arrange a guided tour of your garden, with Garden.ie members getting VIP treatment.
Do I only invite my friends Jacinta? I only have five at present. All garden ,ie friends get in for free and get tea and stuff.
Am I one of your friends? When can we come down. I'm off next weekend. Ha ha.
You were the first to welcome me and ask to be my friend, thanks for that.
If Fran does not ask me soon then i will either explode or ask him
:) Ask him then, he is stubborn. Oops sorry Fran.
lol lol hehe on a serious note it looks the part there beautiful
Ha got there first, message sent.
Your garden is so bursting with spring. It looks fabulous.
Now that natural stone wall is what I need to retain my bank and lawn at my patio. I'll do it myself, but is the stone expensive. Looks great in the limestone. I love it.
Hi Ivor, the stone cost me nothing as I used local stone from old knocked cottages. I live in a lovely place called Dromin where we are old fashioned and helpful to each other and I was allowed to help myself. I believe stone can be expensive. I know some people who use stone that they dig from their own garden.
Sometimes the best results can be obtained from getting the materials for NOTHING. And I think it means more to whoever is performing the task. In more ways than one.
Yes Jacinta, it feels that there is love involved because it is a gift, and it always gives one a good feeling afterwards.
My sentiments exactly. :)
Looks wonderful and to reuse stone either from old buildings or from the ground is a real bonus.
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