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Thursday, July 3, 2014

2nd 2014 Container Parade 2

In June:
rose moss/dichondra/morning glory

In July:

7 comments:

  1. Hi There, Just stopping by to say "Happy 4th of July".... Hope you have an incredible weekend whether you are traveling, with family or friends --or like us, just enjoying being home! We hope to grill a couple of steaks tomorrow. Our weather here is awesome right now...God Bless American --and God Bless YOU.

    Wow---that container came alive this past month... Gorgeous!!!! Are you having more rain now?

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. What a difference one month can make.

    And if that container should "disappear", I know nothing.........
    ; )

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    1. I think the crew you would need to carry it off might be a giveaway. It is HEAVY! Ha!

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  3. GonSS, what a difference a month makes. I know my yard and garden looks allot different than it did a month ago. Ah, well, ahem, more weeds. (blushing) It's been tough to keep them under control this year. The weather here is now in a cool pattern with upper 50s at night and 70s and 80s during the day. It's very weird for this time of the year. It's great weather for working outside but I'm not sure the tomatoes or the sweet corn like it. The grass and weeds, however, love it. :-(

    Have a great 4th of July holiday.

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    1. My not carrying as much water time is being used pulling more weeds. Seem they like the rain too. We're getting warmer today. Maybe a tstorm chance.

      Happy Independence Day!

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  4. Everything is looking so good. I've gotten into container gardening myself this year as well, but with just a few plants.

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  5. I love it! I love repurposed containers and that vine is so lush. :o)

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