Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - A Summer Wheelbarrow





12 comments:

JenningsJunk said...

AWESOME!!

Susie said...

Linda I love it! It looks so full and all the plants look so lush.

tina said...

It is SO full and lush-perfect!

Roses and Lilacs said...

Good morning. Your wheelbarrow is just overflowing with blooms. I love it!!! Is that a bunny half hidden in the flowers? You did a great job planting such variety.
Marnie

Meadowview Thymes said...

Thanks JJ!!

Susie, glad you like it! So far, the heat hasn't gotten to it!

Thanks Tina! I filled it with plants this year.

Marnie-- yes! The little bunny is hidden by the plants. He is rather shy though..so he likes hiding among the flowers! :)

Nola @ the Alamo said...

That wheelbarrow is just bursting with color; it's beautiful.
I love the new look of your paths, all freshly mulched, too.

Meadowview Thymes said...

Thanks Nola. The wheelbarrow has been really pretty in all this heat! Thanks for the comment on the path. Do you like it without the flagstone? I didn't think I would--but it really seems to work.

perennialgardener said...

No words or necessary, it's gorgeous! :)

Brenda@Cozy Little House said...

How darling! I must look for a wheelbarrow now!
Brenda

Lola said...

The wheelbarrow looks divine. I had one one yr. but it rusted out. How do you keep your from doing that?
I think the path does look best without the flagstone.

Meadowview Thymes said...

Thanks Racquel. This wheelbarrow belonged to my Dad who died 40 years ago. It's a real treasure.

Brenda, I ocassionally see old wheelbarrows at flea markets, and sometimes by the side of the road! :)

Lola-this is actually my second one. I used our old one until it rusted all the way through. Then Mother let me have Daddy's. It will rust too I am afraid...sigh...

Msrobin said...

Love that wheelbarrow! I always envy all the other garden bloggers who have wheelbarrows full of flowers. I better find one for myself.