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Garden erection

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Just up, with much digging help from Rich, a new post* in the garden. Strapped to the side is a habitat I did make which should attract and provide homes for the slightly rare Red Mason Bee.. Several other Exclusive Invertebrate Living Places are planned for this Exclusive high-rise Hedgeside development... watch this space.

They've turned the field next to our house into a car park, so we're trying to provide as many habitats as possible for the displaced nature. The fact that the bees will pollinate our plants and de-aphid our vegetable patch is by the by...

* you can see the older garden post in the background - it has a nice shiny piece of aluminium hanging from it, to function as moving shiny thing at the bottom of the garden and sometime air-rifle target. I like posts.
25th Mar 2005, 17:07   | tags:

Joe says:

Nice!....if I had any type of garden, I'd do something similar!

25th Mar 2005, 20:03

Rich says:

We've got considerably more garden now than we had this time last week - in the top image, the thin brown line where the lawn meets the bushes translates to about 2 metres wide in real terms, and was cut back last weekend. Quite a large landgrab, really. Next in the pipeline: flowers, veg, pond, sweatlodge. Oh yes.

25th Mar 2005, 21:58

El Passivo says:

Calling a photo garden erection is just asking for visits from people looking for photos of other kinds of outdoor pursuits though.

25th Mar 2005, 22:28

Joe says:

I imagine that's kind of the point of the title!

25th Mar 2005, 22:32

Euphro says:

Good idea. Bees need more living space. Planning something similar myself...

25th Mar 2005, 23:33

terra says:

BEES!?! are you crazy? are you out of your mind? i'm shit scared of those fuckers LOL. as long as they stay in YOUR garden... hehe

30th Mar 2005, 02:11

Euphro says:

As far as I know, these bees don't sting

30th Mar 2005, 07:23