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13th September 2011 6:55am
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jonaswaltergm says...
Hi, Myself Jonas Walter. I love to decorate garden. ">http://www.silkplantsdirect.com/artificial-trees/view-all-products.html"> fake trees indoor are use to decorate garden.
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Grant says...
Can we eat them?
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13th September 2011 7:23am
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amanda says...
Argghhhh noooo!! It's blasphemy to post plastic trees here!? :-O
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13th September 2011 9:07am
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Violet_Cactus says...
Fake trees must look hilarious in gardens!
But I admit to being partial to fake blossoms and fake autumnal berries as home decoration in vases. Boganish and kitsch, I know, but for me it's the only way to preserve seasonal beauty throughout the year until the real thing comes around again!
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13th September 2011 9:51am
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Jimmy says...
I suppose they stay green through winter?
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amanda says...
I wonder if the birds would nest in them?
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snottiegobble says...
We might as well have fake dogs to pee against them!!
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Grant says...
Yes Jimmy, But they probably fade in summer :))
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Violet_Cactus says...
Or melt.
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J says...
I'm kinda laughing at the fact this thread exists on this forum. Blasphemy!!! :)
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amanda says...
Are they cyclone rated? :D
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