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Hello, Jinal here
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Travelling or gardening?
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My hobbies
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  My favorite parks
Posted by: Jinal - 03-21-2018, 05:44 AM - Forum: General Chat. - Replies (3)

Here, I am going to share the names of my favorite parks with all of you which I love to explore such as
Yosemite National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Central National Park
Grand Canyon National Park
Glacier National Park
Smoky Mountains National Park
Banff National Park

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  Forestiere Underground Gardens
Posted by: Jinal - 03-21-2018, 05:43 AM - Forum: General Chat. - Replies (6)

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Well, This is an appealing view of the Forestiere Underground Gardens which my brother has shared with me last night and asked me that should I go with him to explore this place with him. I said yes because this is an underground garden and  Hopefully, I will see many exciting views there and will be back with stunning time.

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  Garden
Posted by: Jinal - 03-21-2018, 05:40 AM - Forum: General Chat. - Replies (2)

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Here I am going to share the picture of the garden with all of you which is in front of my house and close to my heart. I have arranged my garden in such a decent way as I like to give water to my plants daily and keep them neat and clean as well. The beautiful smell of flowers and colors of flowers are something appealing for me always.

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  Hello, Jinal here
Posted by: Jinal - 03-21-2018, 05:32 AM - Forum: General Chat. - Replies (5)

Hello, Everybody, Its me
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a newbie on the board. I have just joined the board and thought to introduce myself with all. I am a  new member here. I have completed me studies and now enjoying my life while doing things of my choice. Hopefully, will have a good time on this board as well.

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  Travelling or gardening?
Posted by: Mia - 03-21-2018, 05:31 AM - Forum: General Chat. - Replies (5)

Do let me know which activity you prefer from Traveling ad Gardening in your free time. I am keen to know about this from you guys and so sure you will share with me positive view regarding both. However, if you will ask me about myself then my vote for the first traveling if will have no money Tongue then definitely Gardening. Big Grin Big Grin What's about you?

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  My hobbies
Posted by: Mia - 03-21-2018, 05:29 AM - Forum: General Chat. - Replies (4)

I love to enjoy lots of things in my free time like 
Traveling 
Photography 
Fgardening 
Reading 
Music 
Enjoying Movies and 
playing guitar as well.So do let me know what's aboyt you guys? I am looking for your reply.

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  Its me
Posted by: Mia - 03-21-2018, 05:17 AM - Forum: General Chat. - Replies (4)

Hi all It's me
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I am a newbie to this board and will tell you that have a great interest to increase my friend list always. I a from USA and wanna know from you all are you new here?

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  My little patch
Posted by: jones - 03-19-2018, 09:38 PM - Forum: Pictures. - Replies (2)

Nothing as grand as a house in the country I'm afraid. Just a small front garden in the centre of town.
Taken last summer from opposite corners.
Veg beds in front. I created all the borders myself. It was just all grass when I got it except for the shrubs and trees in the right hand photo, which were cut back by at least a third. Thanks to my neighbour as well Smile
The main border by the hedge needs a lot more colour. Ive replanted some of it in the last few days. Fingers crossed it will all work out.

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  My Garden 2018 (January) part 3 of 4
Posted by: MaxMayhem - 03-15-2018, 08:19 AM - Forum: Pictures. - Replies (7)

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The wisteria flowered for the first time spring 2016 (Thats Oct-Nov here) wasn't much, about 3-5 tendrils, but this spring in 2017, it was over half covered, so I'm hoping for a beautiful sight spring 2018.  I will post some pics if it goes as planned.
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Ahhh, my first attempt at trained apples.  Now this was a great success.  Not many as you can see and I did dig this up and move it twice before deciding this was the right spot.  It was bought at a garden centre as just a main stem about a metre above the soil level, with very short off shoots and would have been 1-2 years old then.
This has now been in the ground (in various spots) for 2 more years, with this year being the 3rd year.
9 flowers, all turning to fruit, 2 came off while very small, 1 probably through spring winds while young, 1 I pulled off that was of a bunch of 3 to allow the other 2 more room to grow.  Over summer I have picked 2 at various stages to taste the fruit.  Wife and kids loved them.  Last 5 are quite red and almost ready to fall off naturally.  side shoots are a bit longer now with good size spurs coming up vertically off of most, so should get 2-3 times the crop next summer.
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  My Garden 2018 (January) part 4 of 4
Posted by: MaxMayhem - 03-15-2018, 08:16 AM - Forum: Pictures. - Replies (2)

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I experimented with our 2 Feijoa trees this spring, and pruned them into squares to mimick the hedging around them.
They seem to have responded well, thickened up and blended almost together.  Will trim again this year after fruiting in winter.
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Some of you may remember the veg garden I planted in this part of the garden.
Well that has now been moved around the back of the house (the wifes side, near the back door where the kitchen and laundry are) to make picking fresh veg for dinners easier.  I will take some shots another time of that side.
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*sigh* I built this deck to put a proper potting shed/glass house on.
I still don't have the money to buy the materials to to the main structure yet, so moved the cheap garden shed onto it.
This idea lasted 2 weeks before the wind totally destroyed it.  I upcycled the framing to move the 2 roses you see almost falling over in the next shot around to the back door of the house.  The frame they are on in the next shot was the victim of my learning to use my fathers new ride-on lawnmower and not quite remembering which pedal was the brake and which the gas Sad
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Strawberries are also now around the back of the house.
The golden guava bush and raspberry bush are still there for now.  Wife wants an edible hedge around the back, so they will eventually go around there in winter, once they go dormant.
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There is grass there now.
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