Cushions for sale. =D $10 each for the handmade ones, OR $5 the pair for the duck egg-green ones. =D
The auction on TradeMe - bid to buy:
Hand sewn from recycled fabric and stuffed by hand too, most of them, and the bigger ones (those in photos 3-5) have a size 20 Spotlight inner. =D They are made from recycled clothing and upholstery fabric. Those in photo 1 are 34cm x 34cm x 15cm thick, the size 18 floral print cushion (photo 2) is 45cm long x 30cm tall, and 15cm thick at the thickest point. The larger size 20 one (photo 3) is 43cm long x 45cm tall, and about 17cm thick at the thickest point. The big green and black side-panelled ones (photos 4 & 5) are a size 20 Spotlight cushion inner, that's 47cm by 46cm by about 22cm thick at the thickest part. Nice and big and comfortable to lean on in your favourite armchair. =D The two small duck-egg green ones are $5 for the pair, and are 34.5cm x 34.5cm x 10cm thick. Private message me if you want to buy any. =D
We have our big spring clearance sale. Running until Friday
Indoor and outdoor plants, starting at $4 a plant
"Kia ora - John Orr from New World Devonport here. Keen to discover a new top drop in time for summer?
My favourite wine from this year’s New World Wine Awards is Chalk Hill’s Grenache Tempranillo 2018. As a fan of Rhone Valley Grenache blends, I really enjoyed this Australian variation because it has the full flavour of dark berry fruits with a nice subtle spiciness making it a real pleasure to drink.” And Vaki Plakic from New World Remuera’s pick is Stoneleigh’s Rapaura Chardonnay. “I’m usually a Hawkes Bay Chardonnay fan, but this year I discovered the Rapaura Chardonnay from Marlborough, which is rich in fruit flavour and well balanced. Plus, it’s this year’s Award’s Champion Chardonnay, so you can’t go wrong with this wine!”
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I have 2 more plants that I need your excellent help in identifying please.
I saw these in a friend's garden and for the life of her, she couldn't remember what they were - we all have those blank moments.
1. The first one is a delicate one with beautiful tiny purple petals with grey like 'pods' on the long stem.
2. The second one is a bush type plant with larger leaves at the bottom and smaller leaves as it got taller. The flower sits on a very long stem.
Thank you all in advance.