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Tuesday, 6 May 2014

PLANTING

Greetings Prim Folk,  is a rather cool cloudy morning here, rain is on the way.  Yesterday I did get out and start planting containers of the Pansies and Johnny Jump Ups I bought, yay!!!!!  felt so good to be out in the sunshine getting my hands dirty. Well, I did wear garden gloves but still felt wonderful.  It was a nice sunny day, a beautiful Spring day, so I was out as much as I could be and  was a great chance to plant, loved it.  Warm Blessings Francine.
PANSIES IN A OLD COLANDER 


PANSIES IN RUSTY HEART

JOHNNY IN  ENAMEL CUP

PLANTS IN OLD ENAMEL PAIL

OLD ENAMEL DISH OF PANSIES

20 comments:

  1. I love flowers planted in old pots and unusual items!

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  2. Love the prim planters Francine!

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  3. Love the pansies and the containers. I don't have anything planted yet.

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  4. I enjoy Pansies!! They are one of my most favorite flowers - and you got some nice "flower pots" for them!

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  5. Really enjoy seeing your "Prim" flower planters. You have so many neat things!!

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  6. I plant Pansies every year, they were my mom's favorite.

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  7. Johnny Jump Ups are my all time favorite!
    Haven't planted anything here yet ~ it's been a little chilly and we've had snow in May in past years. Enjoy your blooms there Beautiful!
    Prim Blessings
    Robin

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  8. Love all your flowers and their "pots"!! A green thumb I do NOT have, LOL

    xoxo

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  9. What a great idea to use enamelware for your pansies. I love this! Janice

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  10. I also have an old enamel dish that I plant flowers in....great minds think alike!

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  11. Love them all!!!!!!!!!
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  12. I love your choice of prim pots. The flowers are beautiful. I don't wear garden gloves unless what I am working on is going to hurt my hands. I like to be able to feel the dirt plants. I don't ever have my nails done, so no chance of ruinging them:)

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  13. Pansies can take some cold temperatures...I am certain there are still some of those coming our way. It hasn't started raining here yet:)

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  14. Oh I LOVE the colander idea! I have a spare one I can use......

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  15. I've planted a few things too. But mostly I've been pulling weeds...Mimi

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  16. Morning Francine! Been cool, rainy and dreary here for days.. Maybe i should plant up some sunshine! Love yours! Enjoy!

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  17. How pretty! Isn't springtime wonderful. It's also a great time for you to start on your own drystone wall. ;-) Glad you liked the Yorkshire fences.

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  18. Hi Francine! Catching up (yet again) and I love everything that you've found to put Pansies into -- It reminds me of when I lived in Alaska, I'd do the same thing, and loved having them tucked in all those small little containers and places.

    I hope you've had a good day and are doing well!!

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