Category Archives: worst garden

Desert Flower 

Beautiful piece of lawn registration. When you need to make it clear to the neighbors that you haven’t simply dumped garbage on your own verge. Embleton.  

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Still the Wirren

Orbea went back to this site, 5 years after his original post. What a time it was. Legend 101 was right in his baffling identity theft mode then. But how wonderful that something so crappy and so ephemeral is still … Continue reading

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Outrage Sunday 241 The Kiss of the Sun

One of my associates had a fine time at the theatre. Tickets, cars, water features, private chef: they will all be mine thanks to this excellent ad on an early right-hand page in Teh West this week. This advice seems … Continue reading

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Register or Perish

A mighty lawn registry. By Slanderer. Leederville. As usual the quality of the registration is the inverse square of the reality of the lawn. None shall pass. True story.  

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The Fence of St. Paul

Bunbarian had a road to Damascus moment. He was all set to condemn a half arsed fence, a relentless blue sky and some crappy palms in Bunbury, when he fell to the ground sobbing. He loved it all, and wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Keep Off

You can take my cold dead shrub from my cold dad registered lawn. By NF#1. Embleton.    

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Outrage Sunday 196 karesansui Edgewater

Thanks to Snuff I have been boning up on the epic art of Japanese rock gardens, or karesansui. I went back to Edgewater – the very name hints at the art – to immerse myself in the verge masterpieces. There … Continue reading

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