Some 'tinkles' in the garden

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Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  Morea on Thu Jun 03, 2010 6:56 pm

Dear viewer

Would like to show a few accents from the south of
the Netherlands Laughing ( Hans You are spot on with the History !!! )

Enjoy

This is a indoorplant in winter,now outside in the garden showing
a lot of deep pink flowers.
In my "girl-ie" pot


A wild plant , here in seed , it has purple flowers.
this plant has a good combination in seed shape and dots on the pot.
Thats why they are together .
The pot is from a Japanese man , forgot his name , we made some pots together
in his special way to get the lines and dots on the pot.
They are made with salt-soaked sisal rope .


A double campanula in a beautiful bleu coloured pot from Andy ( Stonemonkey)

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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  Morea on Thu Jun 03, 2010 7:03 pm

A single campanula in a pot i made on a late evening
with some clay left , which ,aaaahh, became a accent pot.


Grass in the lovely little moonpot from John ( Pitt)
This is my little comet !!


Mini hosta from Wales , think its called "ceasar" .....Kev ??
In a small landscape pot from me.

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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  Morea on Thu Jun 03, 2010 7:07 pm

And now a special hosta called
"LITTLE LORNA"
In a one time special pot from me .
Specially for You Kev ! Very Happy
Kind regards
Morea



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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  Kev Bailey on Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:23 pm

Excellent Morea, thanks for the lovely photo's. I don't think that is Little Caesar, that is strongly variegated deep green and a broad white central stripe. I think this one may be Hydon Sunset?

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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  Dale Cochoy on Mon Jun 07, 2010 6:00 pm

Hi Morea,
Thanks for posting.
Very nice.
LITTLE LORNA pot sure has an interesting glaze effect!

Nice new avitar also.

Good health,
Dale

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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  AlainK on Mon Jun 07, 2010 11:43 pm

Really charming Wink

The second plant, "A wild plant , here in seed , it has purple flowers" is certainly a species of wild geranium, the shape of the seeds are quite typical of the family.

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Post  Guest on Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:15 pm

AlainK wrote:Really charming Wink

The second plant, "A wild plant , here in seed , it has purple flowers" is certainly a species of wild geranium, the shape of the seeds are quite typical of the family.
It's called Cranesbill over here.

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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  landerloos on Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:21 am

will baddeley wrote:
AlainK wrote:Really charming Wink

The second plant, "A wild plant , here in seed , it has purple flowers" is certainly a species of wild geranium, the shape of the seeds are quite typical of the family.
It's called Cranesbill over here.
Yeps in dutch its called ooievaarsbek its one of the wild Geraniums in Europe, not to be confused with pelargonium ( sold as Geranium in Belgium and Holland).

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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  JimLewis on Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:35 pm

The first one looks like Kalanchoe.

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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  AlainK on Thu Jun 10, 2010 4:03 pm

landerloos wrote:
will baddeley wrote:
AlainK wrote:Really charming Wink

The second plant, "A wild plant , here in seed , it has purple flowers" is certainly a species of wild geranium, the shape of the seeds are quite typical of the family.
It's called Cranesbill over here.
Yeps in dutch its called ooievaarsbek its one of the wild Geraniums in Europe, not to be confused with pelargonium ( sold as Geranium in Belgium and Holland).

Peter

Yeds, it does ressemble a crane's head, and I suspected that "bek" in Dutch could be "bec" in French (beek in English). Google translation has "bouche" (mouth) as a French translation, and "ooievaar" is "stork" in English. Funny, isn't it. Only in french it is called commonly "géranium sauvage" (wild geranium) , but it may have other vernacular, local names I don't know.

Sorry for this uitweiding / digression...

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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  Harleyrider on Mon Nov 08, 2010 4:08 pm

Are you in the habit of 'tinkling' in the garden, Morea?

Seeing these lovely pots reminds me of the one I nearly got from you at Burrs, *sigh*

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Re: Some 'tinkles' in the garden

Post  chris on Sat Nov 20, 2010 12:27 pm

Lovely accents Morea, great to see them

Regards Chris

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