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Sunday, July 17, 2011

SINGING THE BLUES

As I was walking around my yard I noticed how many blue items I have. I love cobalt blue and haint blue as we call it in the South.

Blue trimmed bird houses and bottle trees to catch evil spirits.


Blue gazing balls and a haint blue table for the bird to sit on.Repainted Jackson and Perkins wall vaseshold variegated St. Augustine grass and yellow moss. I am joining http://www.smilingsally.blogspot.com for Blue Monday and http://www.fishtailcottage.blogspot.com  for Cottage Flora Thursday.

7 comments:

Sunray Gardens said...

Great items. I am a birdhouse lover so really like that.
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The Japanese Redneck said...

Lots of good blue.

lol...you know I luv me some bottle trees...but I was at the my barber one time. She and another customer were talking about the tacky bobble tree in the front yard nearby.

I stood up and said well, you wouldn't want to come to my yard...I have 6 or 7 of them.

Lady Di Tn said...

Wow the blues are fun when you have them. Peace

Laura Wilkerson said...

I love the blues too but i've been really interested in the barn yard red color. I'm gonna have to paint something red SOON! lol

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Honey at 2805 said...

Great little birdhouse and really admire the bottle. Oh, I like it!

Gail said...

I went to winery opening last weekend (New Kent County, VA Saude Creek Winery) and we were admiring their bottles (wine was good too) and kicked around the idea of a bottle tree. I don't tend to like them because the structure of the tree make them look kinda barren. But yours is amid a live plant and only the pretty cobalt blue bottles are showing - nice. I'm going to do something like this next spring.