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If thats the purpose, I bet it works! They have to be over a ton each with soil and plants, not counting water. They sure make a bold statement, too.I'm glad you like it Maria!Me too, Shirley. I like the design cast into the planters. A good choice by the city planners.
Oh I love the planter as well as the plants, superb, Thanks, Dave.
WOW that is all I have to say Thanks Dave
I wonder if the size of the planters is to deter errant Iowa State students from "borrowing" them for the front of their dorms?
Thanks Plum, there were 6-8 along each block on each side of the street and every one looked good. I was also impressed. ThanksWhoever was in charge did well, Laura. From design to maintenance. It was a pleasure to see them everywhere and made me happier to be on Main Street and think about buying things. ThanksWe'll have a close up of one pretty soon, Robyn!Good eye, Floyd. I didn't notice-that could have been 3-4 photos if I had noticed and stopped in. Thanks.Now thats a classic Cathy comment, making me smile already! Thanks Cathy.
That's not a planter! That's a community garden!! : )))) Wonderful picture Dave.
Great flowers and picture Dave. Did you notice the 'Brewing Company' accros the street???
Wow! I've only ever seen pink or blue Hydrangeas Dave!! I love these white ones!!
The white hydrangeas do look fabulous with the orange flowers. Very nice, Warbler!
Nice. I see so many planters that have been neglected and are now eyesores.
I remember the planters being about 6 feet across, Beekay. Thanks.
They do look healthy. I've never seen hydrangea in a planter before so they must be large.
Thanks Sandy. There are lots of these planters along both sides of the street. We'll see more of them along the way here and there.
What a gorgeous hydrangea! It looks very happy in that planter.