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Discussion in 'The Aqua Lounge' started by keithgh, Dec 1, 2013.
Some of my recently flowered Wine Helleborus.
The wifes pink garden Roses
This is the Pop Corn Hydrangea.
One of our good red roses I gave it a light misting to get this effect.
I planted this was to be Bonsai about 35 years ago.
I was just replanted into a wine barrel.
The tree is my favorite for sure. I just love the shape they have!
When I bought it as a Bonsai it had every thing going for it.
I managed to buy a huge pottery pot but in the end it had to be replanted and only one way to do it was to smash the old put to get it out.
I love gardening. Next year I am planning to do some container / dish gardening. I am planning to buy some Venus fly traps as well.
Great pictures @keithgh !
I tried a Carnivorous tank but it did not work out.
These are the plants I used.
Sorry no completed tank photos.
Thanks for the photos @keithgh , they are pretty sensitive plants, what do you think is the cause of their death?
Possibly lack of air movement and my knowledge I had them growing outside in a fernery for years in one old wire hanging basket.
I saw these pieces of DW on a small island in the Torris Straits Australia
Hi Keith, Wonderful flowers And like Lucasgg said the trees
You would need a hell of a large tank to put though's pieces of DW in
Hi Lucagg, When I win the lotto But you will have to come and help with the planting mate
It would have to be towed out to sea then lifted by cane onto a ship/s to bring home plus have a swimming pool as a tank.
Oh I forgot to mention that is if the local community would allow you to take it off the island.
This is a hobby of my wife, I thought it was just a hobby for men It is a unique 17th-century galleon San Giovanni Battista,It is also her first sailing,seems to have a talent for these thingsa lot of patience, love and energy invested in it and it is necessary a lot of time for something like this
Icethunder that is absolutely fantastic, there is so much detail in her work.
Any chance of your wife giving us more information about each photo please.
Very cool pictures, IceThunder!
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