Wednesday, March 21, 2012


I attended the big garden show in our area this weekend. Love these urns, but they are a little large for my garden.
A little touch of country for some who like that look.Nice gazebo.
These big jars would look wonderful tucked in the garden. Of course mine would have to be cemented in-because the first time one of my dogs chased a squirrel thru the garden.....This is too cute-I may have to do one of these for the corner of my porch.


The Cranky Queen said...

love the ideas! where was the event? planning to head to my mom's this weekend, passing thru Jackson. thanx for sharing! Tiff

The Japanese Redneck said...

I do like that chair too. I think I have a pan with a hole in it already.

The Japanese Redneck said...

I do like that chair too. I think I have a pan with a hole in it already.

c. Joy said...

Lucky you. Looks like you got to see lots of beautiful garden ideas. Do try the chair, my neighbor did one and she hid a pot inside the plants so she could easily change out seasonal plants. I am on the look out of a chair for my garden, I'll let you know when I find it. Happy Gardening.

Made In The South said...

What a fun show to attend. Love the little chair with the flowers. I bet you could make one of those.

Blondie's Journal said...

I just missed out garden show. All this inspiration is wonderful! I keep a few random chairs in my garden...I love that cottagy look!


Grandma Barb's This and That said...

What fun to attend a garden show and get some great ideas. I love the one with the old chair, the cream cans, the hat, and the movie reel. I have all those things so I might have to find a spot to put that together.

racheld said...

I passed up going to our show last weekend. The state of our yard is beyond decorating until it has a lot of man-hours invested in clean-up.

I love those plant chairs---we have three---pale, chipped yellow wrought iron, which came with no seats. I bought them for DD when she spotted them at a yard sale, for she wanted to concrete-and-mosaic the seats.

After ten years, I got them out of the potting shed, dropped in three BIG perfectly-sized pots, and planted herbs to hang over the sides.

Lady Di Tn said...

Last year on our way to the lake, I found a big milk can like the one in the photo. I had thought about painting it but now may have to rethink that. Is that an old enamel wash pan holding the daisies in the red chair. Peace

Marydon said...

They are all lovely but I love the chair best.

Have a beautiful eve ~