Building a herb garden

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Ziegenhirte
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We like herbs for cooking and our pets love them too

Some herbs grow excessively, some not

Solveing the problem was a hard job, but a funny job

The herb sculpture is bulid from sand, pit, bims, cement and some fantasy

Here a picture story

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AnitaBier
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Wow, your herb garden is beautiful. LOVE LOVE LOVE the pictures and thank you for sharing. I love herbs as well
Bootsie
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Really artistic and original, love it.
Granny
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OMG What a awesome incredible herb garden!! Thank you so much for sharing!
AussieAl
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That's really good, Georg. Very resourceful!
Kezza
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Wow neat herb garden, I can see why your birds have lots to eat!! Well done! :good:
Ziegenhirte
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Oh - yes the neat new edge , we do show to you lol

... And for (10) kakariki you'll never have enough vegies to eat - never :shout:

we do not perfer a neat kulture, we try to look for a ecological weight and do accept a ballanced neat as a primary way to prove the chaos theory :crazy: :crazy: :crazy:
Ziegenhirte
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And now it looks this way

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Granny
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Wonderful!! :clapping: I am jealous of your green thumb. Thank you so much for the pictures.
AussieAl
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What a beautiful and functional garden! It has changed so much in a little over a month. :good:
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