Steeled knights of the Conquest, bearded statesmen of Queen Elizabeth, and high-ruffled ladies of her court, were mingled with characters of comedy, such as a party-colored Merry Andrew, jingling his cap and bells; a Falstaff, almost as provocative of laughter as his prototype; and a Don Quixote, with a bean pole
for a lance, and a pot lid for a shield.
A selection of bamboo bean poles
, old sheets and clothes pegs are all you need - okay, it may not weather a storm but it'll definitely provide a few hours of fun.
They also clamber up dangling string and bamboo bean poles
in the vegetable beds.
When gardening, the Transom Knot can be used to tie poles together for fruit canes and bean poles
. The perpendicular poles will allow the plants to spread out as they grow, for easier picking.
We grow most of them up the two sets of bean poles
that run along the back of our two raised veggie beds.
The beans put nitrogen into the soil, cornstalks provide bean poles
and the squash leaves protect the soil and keep it moist.
Another is bean poles
might be left up over winter and spoil the view.
We all have seen bamboo used in the garden as decorative features such as fences, arbors and bean poles
. Even though the varieties that grow in this area will not reach large diameters, you will be able get a pole as large as two inches in a few short years.
to the obesity police who are currently running amok, this scarcity of dental care is clearly part of a government ploy to turn the nation into bean poles
and anorexic stick insects.
Dad, John Bellinger and Ralph Weaver, who had been doing the work, quickly got some cow blankets from the barn and laid them over the new cement, supporting them with fishing and bean poles
"After all, he's spent years poking bean poles
down into it without setting it off so it's only right he should do it now," he said.
Sustainable local bean poles
had been harvested from hazel coppice on the Trust's nature reserves.
would give their right arm to look like you.
'They even nicked 20 bean poles
.' Club member Ben Davies, 10, who helps work on the garden both in and out of school hours, said: 'I felt sad when I heard the tools had been stolen because we were short of tools anyway.'
The Londoners also boast enough bean poles
to ensure they are not suspectible from set-pieces -but last night that counted for nothing.