Tuesday, July 13, 2010

A “Covered” Wagon…

On the recent Memorial Day Holiday we went to Wisconsin and saw this cute little wagon somewhere along the way…imageIt had to have been recently planted because the plants were beautiful…

 

image I don’t know what this plant was but I’m pretty sure it wouldn’t survive in the hot TN. sun…

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The geraniums and petunias in the back of the wagon were perfect…

image I think this is a Black eyed Susan Vine…

imageThis little covered wagon was covered in blooms!!!

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12 comments:

  1. That wagon filled with the flowers is just beautiful. Thanks for sharing these wonderful shots with us.

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  2. That is a gorgeous wagon. I love the whole garden on wheels look. Do you think those blue flowers might be forget-me-nots?

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  3. What a beautiful photograph of a lovely wagon.
    Karen

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  4. Love little wagons.. they offer up such a feeling of nostalgia. The new background is sooo fun! Summery and bubbly looking. Great choice!

    Di

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  5. What a gorgeous wagon and the flowers are so beautiful!

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  6. This wagon is absolutely beautiful. One of the golf courses up here used to decorate an old wagon is a similar fashion, but it has not put in an appearance this year.

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  7. Oh wow, that is one beautiful wagon. I would like to assemble one myself. Very artistic.

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  8. Beautiful flowers, Becky... Love that wagon... SO pretty.. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. Your new header is gorgeous! I love the flowered wagon.

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  10. They may have a full time professional gardener, that's my excuse for not having flowers that look like that! I love the roses on your header, too. Thanks for becoming a follower!

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  11. Love the wagon...so colorful! We call the purple flower "fan flower"...not sure if that's its real name. I have two pots of it on my very sunny patio...one doing well, one nearly dead. Not sure why! Have a great weekend!...hugs...Debbie

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