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Show us your.......

.... piccies

With some suffering from withdrawal symptoms, thought it would be invigorating to show us your favourite garden pictures - either your own or ones you've seen that has impressed you.

For me; I'm a great lawn fan and I absolutely love intricate grass patterns.

I saw this and now wonder which site I can go do this at ;)


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    Not exactly intricate but a PIA to do and wished I'd never started mowing it like this


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      Oooh ..nice grass....love it..... :thumbsup:


    • Wow. I remember when you were asking for pattern ideas for this 

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      Wow that looks great!


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    I've tried doing as your picture once Gary . Didn't turn out brilliantly 😂 it's ok on the long stretches but the start is difficult with a decent sized mower!

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      I've made some real b**ls-up in my time trying out patterns - luckily always had 'understanding' customers ;)


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        I have never had a great number of  large high quality lawns to create patterns on though I do like a nice lawn. One thing I did do last year was to take 3 pics from different points in a garden at the same point again every single month throughout the year, looking at these pictures over the winter was an interesting record of how the garden changes seeing the changes side by side, capturing the cold, the colours and the heat

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