MyGardenSchool’s Community of Gardening Photographers is Sprouting!

We’re delighted that MyGardenSchool’s Flickr group is going from strength to strength – now featuring over 100 original gardening related photographs. Some beautiful and thoughtful garden photographs are being posted, and new members joining every day thanks to word of mouth from our thriving flickr community.

If you’re interested in joining our group every gardening enthusiast is welcome – we like to award photos that we think are special in some way with the MyGardenSchool photo award. We particularly value originality and humour, as well as classically good looking photos (personality does count!).

Here’s a selection of the latest photos from MyGardenSchool’s members:

Vodpod videos no longer available.

more about “MyGardenSchool group pool“, posted with vodpod

Happy Snapping and Gardening!

  1. A friend of mine discovered a simple way to get plants to grow faster, particularly under outdoor conditions. It is preposterously simple: Arrange the plants so that some roots are in soil and others are in plain water at the same time. It is that simple. The method is free for home and other non-commercial use.

    • Sounds like a good idea to me :o)

  2. I really loved the photo album you posted from Flickr. Some really great shots in there. I also like your Garden Photo Awards, really cool feature!

    All of your members seem to have a knack for taking some beautiful photos.

    I hope to see more and will certainly keep checking back!

  3. Thanks for your comment – very much appreciated! Look forward to seeing more of you

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