Vintage Sewing Collage in Vintage Window

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Texas' Garden Walk

Texas' Garden
@ my daughter Kathy's
Ranch Home is near the Crossroads of Texas
Kathy, likes to plant in old vintage pots,
old tubs, teakettles, and she uses an old wagan cart,
old chairs to make a fun place to garden her flowers
The old washpot now holds lovely flowers
The Ranch Swing where sitting is always a
welcome spot to view the cows as they pass by



SweetAnnee said...

Oh I love your daughter's garden
so neat & tidy
with awesome plants in such cool
thanks for sharing..Deena

Mary said...

Your daughter's garden is fabulous. I love the way she plants flowers in and around vintage items. The tea kettle is precious. I have two iron kettles that I like to plant flowers in. They are about 10 inches across, but haven't had time to fill them this year with all the renovations going on.

Thanks for visiting my Writing Nook. I may otherwise have missed this beautiful garden.


Debra said...

I love the garden! It's my cup of tea! Thank you!!Debra

NeereAnDear said...

What a lovely garden! Your daughter has a magical touch... and what I love most aboutt this tour is all the wonderful ideas and its all for such a fabulous cause

Thank you for allowing me to visit and do stop by when you can to say hello


Jan Parrish said...

Beautiful. I love the sunflowers!Stop by and see mine. :)

Lynn said...

I love your garden. Thank you for the beautiful tour. I'm am slowly but surely making my way around all the gardens!


Jann said...

Your daughter's garden is beautiful! Loved visiting your blog--thank you so very much for visiting me and leaving such a lovely comment! Smiles, Jann

Gail McCormack said...

Goodness but I loved visiting your daughter's garden. Hasn't this Tour been fantastic in so many ways!

Amy at Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Oh my gosh! What a fabulous garden!!!! LOVE everything!


Denise said...

Your pictures are beautiful and I love old pots with flowers... I did enjoy walking through yours....''Mom is good tonight so I think she will be just fine.. Thanks for stopping by and the encouragement you gave.........

Sue Mitchell said...

Judy, I've looked at this a few times before...and every time, I am so at peace in your daughter's garden. Tell her, I have lots of junk...can't wait for spring to start a small garden area of my own that will be patterned after hers. Thank you so much for sharing...Sue