|These garden tools from Louis Albert de Broglie, “Le Prince Jardinier” give new meaning to “puttering in the garden,”nest-ce pas?|
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|Versailles, with its magnificent gardens by André LeNôtre, is, after all, merely a Parisian suburb. . .|
“Excellent,” I reply. “Neither do I.”
Frankly, I would just as soon ignore all of it. Won’t it be autumn soon enough? Won’t the leaves fall and carpet the entire area? Is he really suggesting that he’ll do yard work, or is this one of those situations where I think he’s saying one thing, but he’s really talking about something else.
|Ed. Note: Here we have a photo of a similar machine to the one sitting in our garage which was “completely rebuilt, good-as-new” at the beginning of the summer, for 300 Euros I might add. Our gardener tried to use it today. It’s dead.|
|Another accessory from Le Prince Jardinier collection.|