The Feed And Seed Barn

I want to show you a jewel of a place that I have shown you a bit of before called The Feed Seed Barn. This is one of my very favorite places to shop for plants, garden supplies (both organic and non organic), seed, gifts and feed for some of my critters. The owner, James has started a new blog which will showcase this amazing business, the many things they sell, and some great planting jobs they do which will give you endless ideas to try in your own beds. The pictures below are all pictures that I took at The Feed Seed Barn today. I thought I would direct your attention one more time to this amazing place and their new blog.

James sells high quality plants and has a large inventory of perennials

The array of colors and textures in his greenhouse is dazzling.

It is the kind of place where you are always greeted with a smile and you just feel good when you are there. Many who have the time like to stay and visit awhile.

I am always amazed by the beautiful flowers and plants that James stocks

Keep in mind that the pictures I am showing you is only a tiny bit of the beautiful plants that he has available for sale.

I just had to give you a peek at his really low cost idea for a fence even though his beds are not planted yet. (You will be amazed at how these beds will change in the next few weeks. He will be posting pictures of them as they progress. He also has some amazing pictures of these beds from last year that he will soon be showing you on his blog. Have you guessed yet what this fence is made from. This is made out of wood shipping pallets. Can you believe how great it looks? James and his helper, Allison, used rebar which is pushed down into the ground to hold them in place.
This last picture is a picture of one of his other beds that will be transformed into a wonderful sight of color and texture that will amaze everyone. The coolest part is that it will be different every year and will bloom throughout all the seasons. So I encourage you to go visit James over at The Feed And Seed Barn and see what they have going on.

I hope you enjoyed this little peek at a really great place.
Until Next time
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Grace Peterson said...

Debbie, What a great place. I get positively giddy (to the point of annoying) when visiting and shopping cool places like this. Have fun.

Susie said...

What a great way to recycle wood pallets. That's a neat fence. Thanks for the link to their blog too.

June said...

Hi Debbie, Your pics are so lovely. My favorite thing in the whole world to do is go to a good greenhouse and be among the flowers. I wish, however, that I had a little self-control, because I always see plants that I have to have. I have been to Jame's blog and I enjoy it a lot. Have a great year in the garden.
Hugs from Idaho, June

Outside In said...

What a great place, I would be so tempted to buy everything. The fence is great especially being recycled I am all for recycling.

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

It really does look nice there, it seems like it has a very relaxing feel to it. I think the fence idea is great too. I will check out their blog for sure.

Elisangela Neves said...

Ola, esta tudo muito lindo! parabens!!

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

I just love the rustic look of his beds. The wagon wheel just adds the right touch. So many pretty must have blooms to tempt one :-)

Chandy said...

Lovely collection of blooms! Wonderful shots!

Bellamere Cottage said...

Yummy!!! Those flowers are delish!!

You are so dear to pray for my girl. I appreciate it so much. She is such a joy to me.
God blessed me so much with these online friendships! I'll tell my story one of these days!

Blessings and hugs from a grateful Mommy!


Darla said...

Love, love the feed seed barn!! Thank you for sharing his link.