Saturday, March 13, 2010

Old chippy white windows

After two days of rain I was finally able to work out in the secret garden. Mr Trinket & youngest little trinket buried 2~4x4's pressure treated wood and hung up my two vintage windows. I need to white wash the 4x4's and maybe (not certain yet) plant my variegated chalice vine so that I can train it to make an arch.  My oldest trinket finally moved all the pavers out of the way and now they sit there for me to do some mosaic work.  I am going to Rennigers in Mt. Dora on the 20th to look for some rusty garden treasures, keep your fingers crossed  that I come home with something really cool for the garden.  I will be adding the mulch a bit later because I still NEED to add more plants.

Ohhh BTW...I have passion vine babies growing in my yard...anyone interested in them? They do produce passion fruit...which is REALLYYYYY good. LMK if you are interested. 

Enjoy your weekend....


alice said...

Those windows are fab! They look so good hanging to the secret garden!

Sylvia (at) Lily's Pad and Petals said...

WOW love the windows on the stakes. Your garden is really comming along.
Lots of rain here in Miami too but cool and windy (very windy) today.
Can't wait to see more pictures.

Judi said...

Oooo, rusty garden trinkets are perfect for the secret garden! We have a Renninger here in Lancaster County, PA which I adore visiting! Judi

Manuela@TPOH said...

I love the windows! I just love having stuff like that in a garden. Last year I found and old french door in my neighbors garbage and I'm just looking for the right place to put it!


Grace @ Ruby Moon Designs said...

Love those old windows. I did a post where I put up a vintage window over my mantel!

Blessings, Grace

The View From Here said...

I love those windows. I found some at a sale this past weekend, but didn't buy one. :-(