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Old 7th July 2005, 22:21   #1 (permalink)
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i am going to altinkum in august as i have got a duplex appartment on golden park,
i would like to get some plants to put around my balcony , but dont know where to get the plants or pots. have any of you green fingered members any idea of a place local in altinkum where i can get these.
also what types are available.. gratefull for ideas
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There is a good place on the way to Temple of Apollo just after the big furniture place with columns on the left side of the road.

It's a nursery with plenty of plants and stuff.
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There are plenty of plants that you could put into pots and containers available from the saturday market at Didim,they are all priced very reasonable and the choice is good, please realise that they will need after care when you leave the apartment to come home or otherwise they will just die, maybe a neighbour would appreciate them until your next visit.
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dede is right you need someone to water them when you are not there i boght plants and trees when i came over in june ,my neighbour is going to water them, so when i go back in september i hope to have a nice surprise
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There's 2 more garden centres on The Apollon Temple road but a bit further on towards Mavisehir.
They 're both on the right.
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thanks for the all the advice. especially about watering them, have to think of a answer to that.maybe ill have to suffer, and go out more regulally to water them. oh how i will have to suffer!![8D]

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We were checking out the garden centres when we were in Alitnkum last week. Must say the centres up near the Apollo Temple had a good selection. I am a keen gardner and when i move in to my new apt i will be getting some of their nice plants, they also said they would pot them for me and deliver them free!
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There is also a man that comes round selling plants of the back of a lorry. My friend bought quite a few this way and was extremly pleased with them.

We are on Golden Park also David in a duplex, had thought of this watering problem, hence did not buy any plants however if you were out more often it would an idea to have a system of the aircon filtering through to the plants as there is a lot of water produced from the pipes. Have thought of fake [V] love to see plants, another homely touch.

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I wanted to do that with the excess water from my air con,Barbara but the man fitting said the water wasn't pure and the plants would die.
The fake plants are very good-almost as good as the real thing.
They're not cheap at 25 mill each but they do last forever.
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Re: plants

This is something that may help..

http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/st...clickfrom=name
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