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It is a cool looking store, Suzy. I almost couldn't stop looking!Thanks Ami, the rose lover!They appear to take great care of them lajuin, to keep them looking good in containers. THanks Gracie, thats the 6th one for the Ames, Iowa series, I believe.
Congrats for the 10 stars Dave!!
Our backyard neighbor has something that looks just like this in pot on the deck. I have been admiring it through our kitchen window.. . so thanks for showing.The bench is great, too.
Awesome looking planter and plants!
What a grand place , roseheather!!! Thanks for the link!
SO far, I'm pretty impressed, marmar4. I'll do a summary at the end in a couple of nights. Thanks for the commment.Thanks for the website, roseheather. I want to go in there!!!Thats interesting Shirley-this is a family owned childrens store, too. Thanks.
That's a magnificent picture Dave, love the bench, planter and gorgeous flowers, We have a children's clothing store The Pumpkin Patch here in Australia, very popular.
That business is really an interesting one, and nicely named for PKH who has worked with students: http://www.thepumpkinpatchames.com/
The perfect place to sit and eat chocolate!! Beautiful picture Dave. Thank you!
Another beauty. I just may have to visit Ames, Iowa.
The next photo is for you, Robyn. Thanks.They do go well together, Floyd. Thanks for pointing that out.
Great picture Dave. I like the way the colors in the bench and the flowers in the large pot are color co-ordinadated. Looking forward to further adventurers.
That's a really nice place to sit - beautiful flowers and an interesting seat!! Thanks Dave.
Perfect comment, Suzy!I hadn't thought of the bench design as a puzzle, roseheather-it coulda been done.If it was photo-shopped, Beekay, it would have said pumpkinhead patch. :)) There might be something we could do with that with Halloween coming up....
Well, all I can say is the photo Gods were smiling on you that day....or you photo-shopped somehow ;-)
Oh, my. What a delightful design on this bench. It could be a puzzle in itself. ; ) Someone else who posts frequently, Schutkleur, has many potted plants on her balconies. She lives in the Netherlands. She has trees and shrubs. She posted pictures of her plum, pear, and apple tree earlier in August. This shows her plum tree: http://www.jigidi.com/puzzle.php?id=D7SQMBK8At Michigan State University, there are a number of plants in tubs that the horticulture students roll outside in the summer then into a conservatory of sorts for the winter. I was amazed to see a tree that was lantana. I should say were, I saw these at least 6 years ago.
Perfect bench. Perfect pot of flowers. Perfect sign. And perfect trails in Maine. :)
I wondered if it might be that, too, Sandy. I think were right unless its some new cultivar.Yes mountain, a rainbow, corn on the right, ....
There it was lyndee and I snapped. Thanks.Your welcome grandmalucy, good to see you.I'm glas you like it Texas, so did I!And they're all over smllpkg, lots of them. And somebody actually taking good care of them.Your welcome, Joanne, I'm glad you liked it!I didn't even see it till I got home, Beekay. Lucky is right!
Besides the flowers being beautiful the bench has quite the decor on it as well
I just can't believe how beautiful that hydrangea is IN A POT no less! It sure looks like it could be 'Lime Light'.
How can you be so lucky to have a pumpkin patch sign? Love the photo too :-)
Love that bench. And an impressive display of flowers, too!! Thanks for sharing, Dave.
Those planters are HUGE. Nice art work on the bench. University students, maybe?
Colorful puzzle and I like that.
love this photo, thanks
Now that is just a photo opportunity that was just waiting for you Warbler.