Musing on life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
I'm trying to picture my back garden completely turfed in pink fake grass. It's oh so tempting.
I have a strangely unexpected liking for the purple version CJ, but did you spot the price! :o
Why not? Light blue and the pink one looks good...
I can imagine you using something like this in your new shed ;)
Oh dear that's nearly as bad as those dreadful dyed flowers. The reason we keep,our lawn is because the green sets off the flowery bits!
Sue, I'm gradually converting our lawn to moss - it's much easier to care for ;)
Nooooo don't buy it, that is just as bad as spray painted heathers.
Nothing's as bad as those spray painted heathers David ;)
Aaaaaaaaagh - the stuff of nightmares!
I couldn't believe my eyes Anna!
Really enjoyed reading this blog, it's very educational, especially when you're running your own gardening services company. Keep up the good work :)
Thank you Martin. I'm keeping your comment despite it really being an advert (so it should really be composted) because you c*cked it up!
Hmmm….not really for me…perhaps for a more groovy person than me?!
Hi Helene, I did toy with the idea of adding a question mark to this post's title!
I might buy some! We used to have a lawn. Leather jackets ate it. Every year we re-sowed. Then I gave up. I created a mini-lawn a couple of years ago. Somewhere one person could sit and read a book. Leather jackets ate it. Now I can't even get seed to germinate there. (Haven't worked out why it won't.) So . . . a small, bright pink patch of grass where one could sit and feels summery - that could be just right.
Which colour would you choose Esther?
I love hearing from you and welcome thoughtful conversations :) Comments aiming to link back and give credence to commercial websites will be composted!