She was so calm because she was a little dingy from her fall that you could pick her up and pet her and she would just look at you with the cutest, sweetest big eyes ever! She didn't even try to fly or flap her wings so I am concerned she is hurt from the fall.There was 3 eggs in her nest and only one didn't break during the fall. I had the tree trimmers remove her nest and part of the trunk before they put the trunk into the chipper machine! I carefully put it all in a box along with Mrs Owl and cut out a hole on the side of box. I put the box out in my garden. Hopefully Mrs Owl doesn't smell the hands of the trim trimmers that picked up her egg and she likes where she has been relocated! I will check on her later to make sure she is OK.Be sure to visit Susan at Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday!
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
This is a lavender Hibiscus tree bush I have growing by the Koi Pond
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Monday, April 26, 2010
I also love this blue sign I have hanging in our bedroom.
I love vintage hankies too. I am always picking them up at thrift stores, eBay and Etsy. Here are a few I just bought that have blue in them
I used vintage hankies for a valance in my laundry room. I put a clothes line across the top of the french doors and hung vintage hankies using vintage clothes pins. Look how cute this blue hankie looks!
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Saturday, April 24, 2010
This rose is called Betty Boop. It is a beautiful color pink with dark pink edges. Here is the bush after I picked my bouquet of roses! There are so many beautiful blooms!
Here is a close up of a cluster of the roses on the bush. I love the two tone colors!
And Tea cup Bird feeders for my etsy store!
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Tuesday, April 20, 2010
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Friday, April 16, 2010
I also purchased this pretty pink lady planter this week. She will look great with my collection of vintage lady planters.
I also picked up some vintage linens with pink flowers for .50 cents each!
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Tuesday, April 13, 2010
This Rose Bush is called St Joseph's Coat. I have it growing on an old salvaged green rusty iron fence
This is a planter out by my husband's workshop that I have planted Gerbera Daisies 2 years ago and they are still going strong
I call this bush with these giant clusters of flowers my "Bee Magnet" Bush!
My Marigold Patch. These are the giant ones that get 2 feet tall when they are mature
There is just something about white daisy bushes that make me smile!
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Saturday, April 10, 2010
You get to ride around the 50 acres on a trailer being pulled by a tractor. Look at all those beautiful PINK Giant Tecolote Ranunculus.
This flower farm has been here for over 60 years. They also have a beautiful rose garden.
And then when you are finished walking around the Flower Fields, in order to get out of the farm, you have to walk through a beautiful huge Flower Nursery with every imaginable flower and garden decor for sale....I Love it there!
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Wednesday, April 7, 2010
A red home grown gourd bird house
A red watermelon bird house
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
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