I have been wondering...
Can a gardener have too many pots?
I see so many pretty ones that it is really hard to choose.
I can think of so many places where some like these would be just right.
How gorgeous would a nice boxwood topiary look in one of these?
Wouldn't some pretty pink petunias look sweet overflowing out of these? I could also tuck in some white periwinkles with hot pink eyes and maybe some ivy with them too.
These would make a nice home for some bright red geraniums. I could add some white plumbago for height and some variegated ivy to trail down the sides and then it would be patriotic.
I can see some of these made into small water gardens or even used as a fountain. I can almost hear the splash of water sounds it would make...mmmmm...nice!
My garden wouldn't be complete unless I had at least one pot with a bright yellow esparanza growing out of it. Oh these blue pots would make a beautiful contrast to the yellow.
My driveway looks great with big terracotta pots filled with orange butterfly weed, hot pink portulaca, and some orange purslane and maybe even a few hot pink periwinkles.
These pots would do perfectly for that job
And while I am looking in that direction, I wonder...if I can talk my dear hubby into a windmill like that out behind the chicken coop? Wouldn't it look beautiful towering over a nice vegetable patch? And of course it would need a nice picket fence to keep the bunnies out.
Ooooooooooo these would look lovely with some sedums in them.
I have been thinking of planting a big pot of herbs. That big one would be perfect. I could put the little ones around it with even more herbs!
These come in such bright pretty colors. I think I need one of each color at least.
I am wondering if maybe I have too many choices. There are so many beautiful pots that it becomes hard to pick. I guess I will have to let my checkbook tell me which ones and how many...sigh...
"I have an idea," she says suddenly to her hubby," we can go without groceries this month! We can finally lose that extra weight. The chickens are laying now and...
Oh...you mean you don't want to eat eggs all month? Well, that isn't very considerate of you... after all, can a gardener have too many pots?"
Until Next Time