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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

SHOPPING IN LOUISVILLE

Is this an over the top planter or what? I was out and about in Louisville, Ms. last week and the Garden Club had placed these planters all over Main Street. Wonder what kind of fertilizer they use?
Nice antigue shop, with lot's of goodies.
What about a stuffed bobcat? How would you like to decorate around this thing?Another massive planter. If you are ever in East  Ms. stop in Louisville it is a nice little town and be sure and go out to the Lake-about 5 minutes from town-it is packed every day at lunch.

8 comments:

Karen said...

you were in my neck of the woods :)
I see the ladies watering the flowers some evenings when we go into town ~ They are beautiful! Love Becky's Antiques and Stephanie's Shenigans. Great weather for a visit.

Susie from Bienvenue said...

Thanks for sharing this sweet spot with us. If I'm ever in the area, a picnic will be a must! Oh and those planters...to die for! Hope you are enjoying your first taste of fall.

The Japanese Redneck said...

I'm going to have to do a mapquest and see where Louisville is. Haven't ever been there.

They use SUPER GIANT grow fertilizer on those planters.

melissa @ daisymaebelle.com said...

Those planters are amazing! I don't even think Miracle Grow could do that! Life to the full, Melissa

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Sweet Friend...
What a beautiful tour about the gorgeous town of Louisville. I would love to have lunch at this lake side view. How peaceful and gorgeous it truly is.

Those plants are exceptional. My gosh they are happy. Someone does a lot of singing to them, or like you said they have some special juice for food. If you find out what the magical combination is, please share with me.

Thank you for stopping by and sending some comfort in the loss of Rasha. I cannot believe she is gone. Such a wonderful and loyal companion. I will hear her bark forever.

Many hugs and much love, Sherry

heather @ new house, new home, new life said...

Looks like a great place to wander around. You're right, those planters are amazing!!! They must use Super Miracle Gro!!

Thanks for visiting my little blog project and leaving such a sweet comment.

Happy Gardening

Athena at Minerva's Garden said...

What gorgeous containers--that sweet potato vine is gigantic! So nice to hear from a fellow master gardener over at my blog the other day, and glad that you enjoyed my autumn mantel and thank you for the follow on facebook--I will do likewise for you! Have a super weekend!

Athena at Minerva's Garden said...

I tried following you on facebook but couldn't find you over there. If you send me a link to your facebook page I will follow you!