Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Not sure what to call this.




I took lots of photos last week but somehow I  managed to lose them in the computer so Angus and I did a tour of the garden this morning to fill in the gap but there were a couple of the club that I managed to save.
This is some of the in garden area in the club.


The entrance to the chinese eating area.

Many many colourful fish.

They have a few waterfalls and a glass fronted lift.

In case Dr Who wants to drop in for a drink or whatever.




This was a picture I painted that I Never liked so I  cut it half  reversed the two pictures  and framed it and put a panel in the middle the same colour as the wall what do you think I like it better now.



Just a couple of paintings that I did a while back that I do like.





The garden tour.






Kidney came too.

The four oclocks  have gone mad.. ..



This is a choko I  planted the other day, it needs a lot of surport to start with because the cats will did it out if they get the chance.


A sweet little fern that just grew in the pot.



Many flowers on this hibiscus this year.



This is a flower on my elephants ears,  I  only got one other.  






End  of tour  time for a cuppa .

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures of your garden and I do like the fish pond as well!

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    1. Hi Michelle,
      I would like a fish pond in the back yard, I tried it when we had dogs they used it for their personal bath and it became a breeding ground for mozzies so no more.
      Merle.....

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  2. Hello Merle...What a lovely, lovely garden tour. Enjoyed all the greenery.

    Merle, I truly think you are a very TALENTED artist. Your paintings should be in a gallery somewhere. Truly, I think you are way too modest. You don't realize what amazing talent you have!

    Susan

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    1. Hi Susan,
      Thanks for the lovely comments about my paintings.
      Merle......

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  3. Merle,I am so impressed with your paintings. They are truly beautiful. I so love cottages and have a few pictures of them on the sitting room wall. Your garden is lovely and the Chinese garden is too. They are always so peaceful. xx

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    1. Hi Jeanette Ann,
      It's fun to do painting, I 've done it most of my life off and on but now I have time, I like houses and my family and friends bring real estate magazines from all over the world when they travel, it gives me ideas on different houses.
      Merle....

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  4. Thanks for stopping by. Great photos!

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  5. Hi: What a beautiful post. Thanks for sharing. Martha

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  6. I like what you did with the painting!
    But I think all your cottage paintings are wonderful anyway!
    The club has some amazing areas doesn't it?!
    It must inspire people to try some exotic gardening at home.
    We saw an old english police box in our local nursery but they wanted a couple of thousands for it!!
    We love Dr Who..but not THAT much :-p
    The hibiscus and elephant ears are beautiful and everything else looks so lush and green.
    Rain must be doing them good.
    love..Trish

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    1. Hi Trish
      I see you have been busy too, your garden it coming along nicely but the rain is needed to give it that extra, you have not got much lately. We have had a good supply not to much at once which helps.
      I really like the club, most of then are just full of poker machines but this one has many peaceful areas where we sit and play cards and Kevin reads.
      Was Dr Who's telephone box blue, thousands you say thats a bit much.
      Merle........
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  7. Hi Merle,
    Your garden is looking so lush ....it's beautiful..I love the flower on the elephant ears..I didn't know they flowered..
    Barb xx

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  8. Hi Barbara,
    I think most people grow them for food and harvest the tubas our has been it the ground for a couple of years so maybe thats why we got flowers
    Merle......

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    1. Hi Diana,
      Followed those directions, thanks for that should be ok now.
      Merle.....

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  10. Hey there! Just found your blog. Love the photos! Makes me crave spring! I'd love for you to visit my blog whenever you have time.
    Have a great evening :)

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    1. Hi Sherry,
      Glad you like the photos, just going over to check out your blog.
      Merle.........

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  12. Hi - you sure do have a like of photos on here today. I like your artwork - I have zero talent there. And I love your garden - you have so many wonderful things in it - I wish I had a garden like that too!

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A first tooth for our little lady and eating out.

We are off and playing more and more on the floor. No teeth yet for Wilbur but Clemmy has one on the bottom. But impossible...