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  1. #51
    Also, I’ve never seen stripped tulip leaves, they’re
    beautiful...and what a gorgeous pattern and color
    combination with the pansies.

  2. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by TuesdayEve View Post
    Also, I’ve never seen stripped tulip leaves, they’re
    beautiful...and what a gorgeous pattern and color
    combination with the pansies.
    Those tulips are dwarf Red Riding Hood, l think the leaves are almost as beautiful as the flowers. It was pure chance the pansy flowers matched, they were from a tray of mixed ones which had not started to bud when l planted them. Gardening is full of ‘happy’ accidents! Helps to balance out the odd disaster (or as l tell my neighbour, a dead plant is an opportunity to grow something else)

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    Millstone Fountain, Old Shell, Slightly rusting Crystal Spinner

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  4. #54
    Nice shots but whats a millstone fountain?
    I’ve seen conch shells but not with an extended skirt
    like that... it looks really old.
    Nice faceted colors...you must have been wearing blue.

  5. #55
    I like that quote...a dead plant is an opportunity to
    grow something else...

  6. #56

    Millstone fountain

    Quote Originally Posted by TuesdayEve View Post
    Nice shots but whats a millstone fountain?
    I’ve seen conch shells but not with an extended skirt
    like that... it looks really old.
    Nice faceted colors...you must have been wearing blue.
    Here’s a picture of the whole fountain, not a real millstone as they have grooves to grind wheat, ours is concrete and about 2o years old so litchen has grown all over it.

    The shells are at least 80 years old to my knowledge, they are in photos taken of my Nans garden in the 1940s. They were beautifully white then with a pink inside.

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