Monday, July 13, 2009

Tennessee Art…

 

Flowers and Garden Art at the University of Tennessee…

 

 

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18 comments:

  1. Wow, the colors of the flowers are so vivid and beautiful. The garden center at the University of Tennessee looks like an amazing place!

    Happy Mosaic Monday, I hope you enjoy yours week!

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  2. becky you are mosaic extrordinarie...I love them all but my absolute favorite are the "kitchen" shots1 you make Mondays happy for me!...ELK

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  3. The photos of the flowers and sculptures are great. I think my favorites are the kitchen items used as planters. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Wow, what an amazing garden! I love those teacups filled with herbs -- beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing your visit at Mosaic Monday. :)

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  5. Thanks for coming by to see my Mosaic Monday! Your mosaics are gorgeous! The flowers are absolutely beautiful, and I love the potting table/area.

    Roban

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  6. Your photos are great! Thanks so much for sharing.
    Glenda

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  7. Wow, how gorgeous! I bet you took away alot of inspiration from there. Lots of ideas just in those pictures you have shared!

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  8. Thanks for visiting and becoming a follower of my blog. I love your beautiful pics!

    Tyler

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  9. Hi Becky, I guess it's just my computer--but I have a terrible time getting all of your pictures to come up in a timely manner. Does anyone else have this problem or is it just me????

    Great pictures from UT's Flowers and Garden Art... Love that white butterfly...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  10. Hi Becky! What pretty mnosaics! I especially love the kitchen utensils as planters! Have a great week!...Debbie

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  11. I love your header - the deer is sharing the neatest grin.

    And yes, that squirrel is just a plump and well-fed little fellow. I think he must be permanent stationed there from morning to night collecting food contributions throughout the day. Fluffy too but definitely PLUMP.

    This garden is so lovely. I would love to stroll through here on many visits throughout the year. I especially like the small kitchen containers used to grow the various cacti.

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  12. Hi Becky! Your mosaics along with the flowers are truly beautiful!
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  13. I get so excited when I see garden art like these. This post and the one before it are just so cool. Makes me want to head outside and pot something.
    Thanks so much for sharing,
    Candy

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  14. Vivid, bold colors...love'em! I also enjoyed seeing the succulent plantings in kitchen items...muffin tins and graters...wonderfully whimsical!

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  15. Hi Becky! Love the beautiful garden! Looks like you had a great visit there! Love the topairies and those little plantings in the tea cups is too adorable!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Tina

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  16. Hi Becky...

    Just read the sweet note that you left for me on my Corpus Christi mosaics...I'm so glad that you came by and took a peek at them and thank you so much for the sweet comments!!!

    My friend, I loved all...ALL of your beautiful mosaics!!! What a beautiful place the University of Tennessee must be! I also scrolled down and to take a peek at your "research day" photos...WOW!!! I just love all of the different things that they used in their gardens! Bed springs??? Who would have thought to use them as a trellis...love that idea!!! Gorgeous!!! Thank you so much for sharing your tour/trip with us...I thoroughly enjoyed it!!!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari

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  17. What a beautiful looking place. Your mosaics made me feel like I was there. Oh and love your header!

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  18. Your flowers pictures are so sunny & bright! love those little planted teapots!

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