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One thing I've noticed on my trips to England is how many gardens are over decorated. I mean, all countries have that sort of gardens, but the English seem overly fond of them.

In Sweden however, I've only seen very few.


22nd November 2012

Tagged in England Sweden

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3 months ago #9447524        
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the english decoration has at least style....germans just put an army of gnomes into their garden....



1 year ago #9303688        
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Back home I used to have Dutch neighbours that had a really trimmed and styled garden, with little roads and shaped bushes. One day, I blew in some dandylion seeds... but nothing happened.



Charowak

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4 months ago #9437173        
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*sssssss* BOOM



7 months ago #9411925        
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lol



9 months ago #9394470        
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In my house I have no garden :(



10 months ago #9381312        
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But Swedes build miniature copies of their own houses as allotment sheds, and then in summer hols go live on the allotments in these twee little houses they can't stand up in-- that's what the English would call "allotment abuse".



10 months ago #9375106        
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Yeah, us Swedes don't like a lot of graden decorations in our gardens. However, my mother, who part English decent loves that stuff. No wonder why my family's garden is so decorated!



1 year ago #9329362        
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It might just be the lady



KOakaKO

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1 year ago #9303618        
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@ireland123 I agree. I put too much garlic in most of what I cook, because I like it so much. :D



1 year ago #9302923        
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@KOakaKO i know that but garlic is tasty



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