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  • AnniDAnniD Posts: 6,543
    This reminds me of the TV show "Catchphrase" where they revealed the picture a bit at a time.
    "Say what you see" - in my case, l haven't got a clue  :confused:
  • pincushionpincushion Posts: 54
    Been excavating today- still unsure
  • pincushionpincushion Posts: 54
    Removed a large dead tree today to the right. Still the other one left to go, Looks like part of a low wall in places, Back ache now, 
  • AnniDAnniD Posts: 6,543
    Take it steady @pincushion, don't do your back in. Have you invested in a pickaxe or mattock ?
  • pincushionpincushion Posts: 54
    Have got a Pickaxe now, Other plant is a toughie, but i shall win, its roots are all crossed over each other, Shall find the name of it, been there for years by the look of it
  • pincushionpincushion Posts: 54
    Monster of a plant, Not to my liking
  • pincushionpincushion Posts: 54
    Nearly finished but not quite
    Got the long piece out shown previously  plus some bricks nearby, No buried treasure , Just need a skip now
    Left to take out is 2 areas where wire netting is evident and buried deep
    This is because i want to plant up the area again, Hope my plants appreciate all my hard work
  • AnniDAnniD Posts: 6,543
    Do you have any idea what the long bit was ?
  • pincushionpincushion Posts: 54
    No markings on it to give any idea, Hopefully some one will recognise it to be something or off of something
  • BobTheGardenerBobTheGardener Leicestershire, UKPosts: 9,527
    Looks like it might be one of the long sides of an aluminium greenhouse base.
    A trowel in the hand is worth a thousand lost under a bush.
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