[OSM-talk] Potted plants vs. garden beds

Jack Stringer jack.ixion at googlemail.com
Sun Jun 28 13:18:43 BST 2009

Are they a permient or are they used only during summer months? If they are
only summer things they they are not worth iincluding.

When the scale for the map changes so that you can put all the smaller
details in it will be good to put all the fine detail in. But I guess that
is a few years away.

Jack Stringer

On Jun 28, 2009 12:40 PM, "Chris Hill" <chillly809 at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

 I don't think they are garden beds.  This would usually bigger and usually
at ground level and part of a garden.  A potted plant tends to be a plant
grown indoors in a pot also known as a house plant. The containers with
plants in might be known as planters.

I'm not sure the rows of planters with big spaces between really are a
barrier.  They could be described as a hedge, which is just a row of plants
so barrier=hedge.

Cheers, Chris

Iván Sánchez Ortega wrote: > > Hi all, > > In the talk-es list, a question
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