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Old 06-07-2012, 07:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hi guys! Here some pictures of my garden that i changed a lot this year.


Here the start in february 2012, what a mess



My coldiest bananas ready to be planted out, the other ones stayed inside because it was to cold this spring.



My Ensete ventricosum 'Maurelli', starting his 4th year



Big deal to plant them all



Situation in april 2012



Here the situation in may 2012, not that good, because the bad wetter



My Canna's border



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My Gunnera manicata, i finally found him, the real one



The tropical species are also planted now and i will update them later.
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Old 06-07-2012, 09:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Boy seeing that makes me realize im so lucky living in a tropical area where I can keep stuff in the ground year round.. You do a great job of it! Some one should buy you a beer or something
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Truly incredible! Well done!
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From mess to magnificent. Wonderful job, did you have any time to stop and eat. Large amount of work to get things back into order and then the pleasure of it brings that feeling of joy to your heart. Thanks for the post and more photos. I will have to shoot a lot of photos soon but now am also busy planting. One trip to Kat's nursery and am still repotting and I thought I was done. Good growing and good weather.
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That's one impressive RED you have there, did you need a crane for that one?
How is your back holding up?

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Hi thanks guys for the good response

I did the ensete by myself, but i think that will be the last time because its not normal

It's my firs time that i planted that much. But it's the garden of my parents because i'm only 23 and still live at home, when ihave the chance to live on my own, i hope i can do the same but also with palms, treeferns and bamboo.

And thanks for the beer, i will enjoy it

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I think olie has a super heavy duty hand cart like I have.. I know I ain't breaking my back.. He does have some impressive banana's now.. :^)
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