Wednesday, November 28, 2012

A Garden at the Tram Stop

This was quite well done, with roots in the soil and the downpipe supplying water. But the plants are only plastic. Perhaps next time they could make a real ant farm.

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  1. Colin5:21 pm

    Andrew - you are having us all on?
    I will have to send Mme. "QLD FLAUNT" down
    to rectify this business. She could park her
    lovely car there - ha ha.

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    1. Please no Colin. We have enough of that type here.

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  2. Why have a pipe supplying water for plastic plants? Are you sure they are plastic? Some terrarium plants are so shiny they look plastic.

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    1. River, I suppose it is to make it look authentic. I did check carefully. A few days later, they have gone and posters are back up now.

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  3. ooh I love ant farms. They could get those huge bulldog ants, very entertaining!

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    1. I've not had an ant farm Fen, but I think they would be a lot of fun.

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  4. I love long stemmed flowers that stand proud from the vase. Especially those with bold colours that last. Spouse brings home a bouquet each Friday evening after work, for which I am very grateful, but yours look lovelier. Especially the gerberas.

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    1. That is sweet and kind of him Hels. Given our place is not brightly decorated, we like brighter flowers.

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