Friday, July 5, 2013

Digging For The Garden

I made a vow that I would work on my garden this weekend.  This morning I spent about thirty minutes in my actual garden looking at weeds and spritzing them with white vinegar.  I hope by morning to just be able to cover them up with new mulch.  Then as I was already worn out from the effort I went thrift shopping.

My dining table covered again!

I found some adorable garden containers. I love the little California Pottery snail.  I think my garden might become a miniature container garden.  Some sweet little succulents would look good poking out of that snail. 
I need to go to the plant store.
Plants I am thinking about

I will let you know how this turns out!
If you wanted some instant gorgeous gardening done for you check out this creative etsy shop.

 Williams Grove @ Etsy Williams Grove They have really lovely containers and plants all set to go.

At ElmPlace on Etsy there is a great cast iron plant container. I love how rustic and traditional it looks. 

ElmPlace located here @ ElmPlace

For more whimsy take a look at these britches!
 Aren't they fun? You can find them in ThriftCore @ ThriftCore
Last but not least for more magic and fun look at these little miniature fairy garden whimsy's...

they come in lots of colors and variety's from Ozarkmountainmagic @Ozarkmountainmagic

I can't wait to explore more of these shops and to start my own magical little snail garden. I will keep you posted.
Anne / WeeLambieVintage


Marieken Hoefnagel said...

You seem to have quite a lot. I am hoping to find something at the thriftshop tomorrow. I like the snail!

Araignee said...

I love container gardening. Pots are so much easier to keep weed free. I am even doing more veggies in pots these days.

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

You are ambitious! By this time in the summer I am over doing things in my garden....but then you have summer most of the year! I still can't resist a great vintage buy for the garden though!!

Pat said...

What a neat collection and such great finds.
It's certainly more fun to go thrifting than weed pulling.

kathy b said...

I love seeing all your garden posts. You give me some ideas. LOVE your family's scultping talent