Sunday, 28 May 2006

The People's Choice

Wormcast Cherub
Chris Beardshaw won the BBC People's Choice Award for his Wormcast garden with a traditional (upper class) design which used this revolting cherub as a centrepiece. The Jurassic Coast garden came second and The Garden of Dreams third. Chris is a personable and popular TV presenter as well as a garden designer, and Coxsoft Art wonders how many punters voted for Chris rather than for his garden. This year, the Best in Show with its backdrop of rusty wall fell by the wayside. Who needs rusty walls when you've got rusty buckets, rusty swings and rusty cars?

4 Comments:

At 29/5/06, Blogger Jacoblog said...

Oh, I hear lawsuit...what's nicer than a rusty cut?

 
At 30/5/06, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

Rusty cut? I had one of those once; it turned into a blister that covered my wrist.
I've had a couple of rusty cars in the front garden too, but I couldn't afford to keep them.

 
At 30/5/06, Blogger weggis said...

Maybe he was trying to get you to look at the plants?
Mrs Weggis has a statue of "Tommy" in the garden. The one that appears opposite Charlie Dimmock, I forget which programme they are on.

 
At 31/5/06, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

Space Invaders.

 

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